Youngblood-Armstrong and Allied Families
Thomas Youngblood (ca. 1772-1863) and his wife, Jane Head, migrated from South Carolina in 1834 to Bullock County, Alabama. Their descendant, William Youngblood (1839-1924), married Fannie Armstrong in 1882. Armstrong ancestry is traced to Martin Armstrong who was in Tryon County, South Carolina and later moved to Hancock County, Georgia. He died ca. 1810. Descendants lived in Alabama and elsewhere.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
acres Adeline Alexander McDade Battle Birmingham brother Buckalew Bullock Bullock County buried Capt Cemetery Chambers County Charles McDade child Church Clark Cobb Confederate cousin Creek daughter death deceased deed Dorn Edgefield District Edward Waters Eliza Elizabeth Emma father Five children Floelle Four children Frank George Georgia Gettysburg Gray heirs Henry horse House Hubbard husband James McDade Jane Head John Miles John Waters Johnson Joseph land later Lide lived Longstreet Margaret married 1st married 2nd Martha Martin Armstrong Mary McMorries Meigs Miss Montgomery Montgy Nancy Office Pickett Pike County plantation President records Robert Johns Sallie Sarah Sarah Waters served sister Sleepy Creek soldier South Carolina Texas Thomas and Jane Thomas Youngblood Three children Tucker Union Springs Unmarried Virginia Wanamaker Washington widow wife William Youngblood Woodyerd Youngblood was born youngest