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Margaret Galbraith

Margaret Galbraith {1198}, daughter of Arthur Galbraith {1195} and Mary Sharp (1196} born 23 November 1770, died 25 July 1853, married John Young {1215}, 8 February 1788. He was born 16 July 1763 and died 29 February 1844. Both are buried in New Providence Cemetery. John Young was the son of William Young born in 1741 in Virginia and Caroline Walker who was also born in Virginia in 1743 and died in 1790. They were married in Virginia in 1762.
1. Robert Young {1245}, born 1 January 1789
2. William Young {1246}, born 24 December 1791, emigrated to Boone Co., IN
3. +Mary (Polly) Young {1247}, born 19 November 1792, married William Armstrong IV 1259}, her first cousin. William Armstrong IV was the son of William Armstong III and Elizabeth Galbraith. Mary died 17 March 1868. William Armstrong was born 10 June 1791 and died 26 August 1860. Both are buried in New Providence Cemetery.
4. Arthur Galbraith Young {1248}, 26 September 1794
5. Betsy Young {1249}, 10 November 1796
6. John Young {1250}, born 27 October 1798, died 5 March 1871, buried New Provi- dence Cemetery. Married Eliza Jane Hicks, 31 January 1834.
7. Claiborne Young{1251}, born 29 October 1800, emigrated to Boone Co. IN
8. George W. Young {1252}, 30 July 1803
9. Hoard Young {1253}, born 10 September 1804
10. Peggy Harriet Young {1254}, born 16 December 1806, married Frederick S. DeWolfe, 4 January 1838. She was his 2nd wife.
11. George B. Young {1255}, born 5 November 1808
12. Julia L. Young {1256}, born 14 January 1811, was the second wife of Cornelius Miller {2858}. Both are buried in the Miller Family Cemetery at Yellow Store, Hawkins County, TN
13. Caroline Young {1257} , born 1 June 1813, married Nathaniel J. Carter.

Information on this family came from the papers of William Galbraith, grandson of Arthur Galbraith, and from the will of Margaret Young, Will Book 1, Hawkins County, Tennessee pages 510 & 511 and from the marriage records of Hawkins County. Information on John Young from Mara Harris a direct desendant.


This info was contributed by: W.W. Watkins