Howard Young

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ID: I269
Last: Young
First: Howard
Birth: 16 Nov 1926 at Buffalo Township, Kershaw Co, South Carolina 1 2
Death: 24 Mar 2003 at Columbia, Richland Co., South Carolina
Burial: 26 Mar 2003 Columbia, Richland Co., South Carolina
Sex: M
L.T. Gregory on Birth Certificate was probably Lorenzo Theophilus "Op" Gregory (1870-1953), a well-known doctor in Kershaw, SC - - from e-mail msg by Miles Gardner 31 May 2002.
Sources: 3
Mother: Minnie Estelle Jordan b: 9 Oct 1892 d: 16 Jul 1976
Father: Chalmers Landy Young b: 6 Apr 1894 d: 4 Jan 1974
Marriage 1   Ermie Wicker b: UNKNOWN d: 24 Mar 2005
Wedding: Harold J. Saine
1 Living Young b: withheld
2 Mary Kay Young b: 17 Oct 1949
3 Living Young b: withheld
Marriage 2   Emmie Wolling Cato b: 25 Aug 1928 d: 13 Jul 2010
1 Living Young b: withheld
Marriage 3   Mrs Howard Young b: UNKNOWN d: UNKNOWN
1 Living Young b: withheld
Marriage 4   Minnie Crouch b: UNKNOWN d: 17 Mar 2008
1 Title: Hand written list of birth dates of children of Chalmers and Minnie Jordan Young.
Author: Minnie Jordan Young
2 Title: Birth Certificate
Note: Buffalo Township, Kershaw Co., SC. Born at 7:30 a.m., assisted by L. T. Gregory; Father: Chalmers Young, Westville, SC, age 28, born in SC, farmer; Mother: Minnie Jordan, Westville, SC, age 32, born in SC, housewife. This is 6th surviving child born to this mother, of a total of 6 children born to her.
3 Title: Obituary of Howard Young
Publication: The State, Columbia, South Carolina. March 25, 2003
Text: COLUMBIA- A memorial service for Howard Young, 77, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Dunbar Funeral Home, Devine Street Chapel. The family will receive friends following the service at the residence, Magnolias of Columbia. Memorials may be made to Living Springs Lutheran Church.

Mr. Young died Monday, March 24, 2003. Born in Kershaw County, he was a son of the late Chalmers Young and Minnie Jordan Young. A navy veteran of World War II, he served on the staff of Admiral Chester O. Nimitz. He was an educator with Richland School District 1, a real estate broker and the co-owner of Magnolias of Columbia. He was a 30 year member of the Dutch Fork Masonic Lodge and a member of Living Springs Lutheran Church.

Surviving are his wife, Minnie Crouch Young; sons, John Howard Young, Richard Young and Jimmie Pinson; daughter, Elizabeth Ann Christmus; brothers, Dick Young of Rembert and Sinway Young of Columbia; sister, Loree Young Wrenn of Chapin; grandchildren, Sarah Christmus and Nathan Christmus. He was predeceased by a daughter, Mary Kay Young.

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