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_________________________ ,Phyllis Rippee _________________________
1850 Annotated Census by Gloria Bogart Carter: 1. Family 300/300
John R. Holt
2. James McMahan
1860 Annotated Census by Gloria Bogart Carter: 1. Family 186
2. Family 187 A. H. Hyde
3. Additional Information Family 126 Hiram Young, 132 Samuel Young, 305 John Young
In the 1860 Census and Annotations by Gloria Bogart, Hiram Young (#126-123)
is the father of Samuel Young (#132-129) and John Young (#305-301). John
Young was accidentally killed at the Wright County courthouse in September,
1862. In late 1862 or early 1863, Hiram and Samuel relocated their familes
to Bourbon County, Kansas and then moved to McDonald County, Missouri about
1868. Hiram was a Baptist minister and in 1860 he was the minister of the
Pleasant Hill Church. His wife's maiden name is (Anna) Davis.