William Joseph Young
|Birth:||10 May 1833 at South Carolina|
|Death:||1 Jul 1921 at Kershaw, Lancaster County, South Carolina 1 2|
|Burial:||2 Jul 1921 Hanging Rock Methodist Church Cemetery, Lancaster Co., South Carolina 3|
|Notes:||In 1840 US Census, Kershaw Co. SC, Roll M704_512 - p. 369 - William Joseph Young is probably the eldest male child age 5-10 listed in household of Fleming Young head of houseold. He is son of a previous wife. Neighbors: Abraham Young, Archabald Young, John Young and others.
Documentation of his wife's name comes from Death Certificate #9067-Kershaw Co. for his son William Henry Young (1857-1921, bur. at Hanging Rock UMC). Certificate gives maiden name of Mother: Angeline Hammond.
|Sources:||4 5 6 7 8 9 10|
|Father:||Fleming Young b: ABT 1812 d: AFT 1880|
|Marriage 1||Sarah Angeline Hammond b: 4 Jan 1832 d: 5 Jun 1901|
|Wedding: BEF 1854 11|
|1 Archibald Franklin Young b: ABT 1854 Flat Rock, Kershaw County, South Carolina|
|2 William Henry Young b: 1 May 1857 Flat Rock, Kershaw Co., South Carolina|
|3 James Thomas Young b: 1 Mar 1858 Flat Rock, Kershaw County, South Carolina|
|4 Landy George Young b: 6 Nov 1859 Flat Rock, Kershaw County, South Carolina|
|5 Lewis L. Young b: ABT 1861 Flat Rock, Kershaw County, South Carolina|
|6 John W. Young b: 6 Mar 1867 Flat Rock, Kershaw Co., South Carolina|
|7 Mary Elizabeth Young b: ABT 1869 Flat Rock, Kershaw County, South Carolina|
|8 Katherine C. Young b: 30 Jul 1871 Flat Rock, Kershaw Co., South Carolina|
|9 Joseph V. Young b: ABT 1874 Flat Rock, Kershaw County, South Carolina|
|10 Sallie Young b: Aug 1876 Flat Rock, Kershaw County, South Carolina|
|1||Title: Death Certificate
Note>> Brights Disease was a generic term for kidney ailments. Kidney inflammation may be due to: (1) Glomerulo-nephritis, a kidney disorder that causes protein (albumin), cells, and blood to appear in the urine. When chronic, it may cause kidney failure or uraemia, and only hemo-dialysis can sustain life; or (2) Infection, which may be treated with antibiotics. Neither dialysis nor antibiotics were available in the 1920's.
Text: Death Certificate # 10824
Township: Flat Rock [Buford was crossed out]
Registration District No. 2302
Registered no.: 17 (For use of Local Registrar)
Full Name: W. J. Young
Color or Race: White
Single, Married, Widowed, or Divorced: Widowed
Date of Birth: May 10, 1833
Age: 88 yrs, 1 mos, 1 dys
Occupation a) Trade... : Farmer b) General nature of industry... : Employer
Birthplace: Kershaw County
Name of Father: Flemmin Young
Birthplace of Father: Charleston, SC
Maiden name of Mother: Dont know
Birthplace of Mother: ? [looks like W.S.]
Informant: ?n Young [first name blotchy, looks like Ln, possibly Lan]
Address: Kershaw, SC
Filed Date, Registrar: 8/10 1921, ?JH? Barfield
Date of Death: July 1, 1921
I hereby certify that I attended the deceased from: 1913 [struck out] 1913 to July 1, 1921, that I last saw him alive on July 1, 1921,
and that death occurred on the date stated above at 12:10 p.m.
Cause of Death: Brights disease, chronic
Duration: Don't know
Did an operation precede death? No
Was there an autopsy? No
Signed: E.C. Brasinglass ??, July 5, 1921, Kershaw, S.C.
Place of burial or Removal: Hanging Rock
Date of Burial: 7-2-1921
Note: Obituary of William Joseph Young available online thanks to Catawba-Wateree Genealogical Society http://members.aol.com/confederateh/CObitsXYZ.html. See Confederate Corner and link to Confederate Obits.
Text: William J. Young. Kershaw Era. July 8, 1921. Mr W. J. Young Dead -- Was a Well Known Citizen of the Hanging Rock Section.
William J. Young, one of Kershaw county's most aged and highly respected citizens died at his home about four miles south of Kershaw on last Friday morning following an illness of several weeks and was buried at Hanging Rock graveyard Sat. afternoon after funeral services were conducted from Hanging Rock church by Rev. R. R. Doyle, pastor of the Kershaw Methodist church. The burial was with masonic honorsof which fraternity Mr Young had been a member for many years. Mr. Young was born May 10, 1833 and was therefore in his 80th year. He was a Confederate soldier and served during the whole four years of the War Between the States, with distinction-He was kept the first two years on guard duty in the city of Charleston and the remaining two on the field of battle in North Carolina and Virginia and was once wounded . He was an active member of Hanging Rock Methodist church and served as superintendent of Sunday school for twenty five or more years and up to the time he became incapacitataed by the infirmities of old age. Prior to the war, Mr Young acted as overseer for some of the largest slaveholders in Kershaw county and his services was marked by his humane treatment of those placed under his charge. Since the war his life was devoted to farming and this pursuit he followed until his death. He was of firm and unyielding character, kind, courteous to all and was highly respected and well beloved by all who knew him. Mr Young is survived by five sons, A. F., L. G., L.L. , J. W. and J. V. Young and three daughters, Mrs J. T. Gay, and Mrs W. P. Barfield of near Kershaw and Mrs N. A. Barfield of Hartsville . Also one half brother J. Z. Young of Camden; and one half sister Mrs Rebecca Gay of the Providence neighborhood, about fifty grandchildren and sixty great-grand children also survive him.
Note: Single, beautifully carved tombstone of William Joseph Young and wife Sarah A. E. (Hammond) is located close to church wall. Masonic emblem and ivy garland decorate William's side of tombstone. Footstones: Father, Mother. Have photo, June 2002.
Text: William J. / Young / May 10, 1833 / June 30, 1921// Sarah A. E. / Young / Jan. 4, 1832 / June 5, 1901 // In labor and in love allied / in death they here sleep side by side // Resting in peace the aged twain / Til Christ shall call them up again.
|4||Title: Photo of Tombstone
Text: Available at http://sc-families.org
--Name: Camden Archives & Museum
--Address: 1314 Broad St.
Camden, SC 29020-3535
Title: 1850 U.S. Census, Kershaw Co., South Carolina
Publication: Roll M432_854
Date: 20 Sep 1850
Page: p. 102-b
Note: Wm Young age 16 in household HN/FN484 of Fleming Young age 38, step-mother Angeline Young age 26, and 6 younger children. Details in entry for Fleming Young.
Neighbors: HN483 Archy Young age 75 and family; HN 485 Wm. Gardner and family.
|6||Title: 1860 U.S. Census, Kershaw Co., South Carolina
Publication: Roll M653_1221
Date: 11 Jul 1860
Page: p. 96-a
Wm. Young age 29, Planter, value 800,400, SC, and wife A. (Angeline Hammond) Young age 29, NC, in HN/FN 332. Children A.F., H.W., J.T., and G.L. listed in HN/FN 333 of W. (G.W.?) Young belong to Wm. Young.
Location: Second Division, Flat Rock Post Office. Neighbors include: parents of Angeline, W.F. Hammond and wife M. (Bruce), in HN 331, J. Young in HN 330, H. West in HN 329, Wm Gaines in HN 334, EA Gaskins in HN 335, A. Young in HN 336, Eli West in HN 337, Levi West in HN 338, and B. West in HN 339.
Note: Father of W.J.Young, Fleming Young, is in HN 379 of Kershaw Co.-Second Division, Camden P.O., with second wife and 5 children, half-siblings of W.J.Young.
Name Age Sex Occup Value Born
Wm Young 29 M Planter 800, 400 SC
A. Young 29 F NC
Name Age Sex Occup Value Born
W. Young 24 M Laborer -- , 120 SC
A.F. 6 M
H.W. 4 M
J. T. 3 M
G. L. 9/12 M
|7||Title: 1870 U.S. Census, Kershaw Co., South Carolina
Publication: Roll M593_1499
Date: 3 Aug 1870
Page: p. 292-A
Note: Wm. J. Young, age 37, farmer, in HN/FN65 in Flat Rock Twp., with wife Sarah age 33 and 7 children.
Neighbors: Daniel Peach, W.A. Barefield, Jno. Z. Wright, Abram Young, Brewington, Thompson (image 88 of 95); and Durin Peach, Gardner, Henry C. West, Bruce, Dixon, Meeky Hammond and family [mother-in-law of W.J.Young], Elizabeth Bruce [mother of Meeky Hammond] , Kentchum, Robinson, Jones (image 87 of 95)
Name Age Sex Col Occup Values
Wm. J. Young 37 M w Farmer $90 $50
Sarah " 33 F w Keeping house
Archy " 16 M w Farm laborer
Henry " 14 M w
Jas. Thos. " 12 M w
Sandy* " 10 M w
Lewis " 9 M w
Jno. W " 4 M w
Elizabeth " 1 F w
*should be Landy
All individuals indicated as born in SC.
|8||Title: 1880 U.S. Census, Kershaw Co., South Carolina
Publication: Roll T9_1232
Date: 3 Jun 1880
Page: p. 151-a
William J. Young, age 47, Farmer, head of household HN45/FN46 in Flat Rock Twp. ED#74, east of Camden Rd. Neighbors include his mother-in-law Meeky Hammond age 68 and sister-iin-law Laura (Hammond) Bruce age 37 in HN 44; and son James T. Young age 22 HN 46. Others are Nathaniel Gay (HN41) and Wm Barfield (HN60) whose children married into Young family. Elder sons Archibald F. Young and Wm. Henry Young are no longer at home.
Name Col Sex Age Reln Mar Occup Born:Fa:Mo
Young, William J. w M 47 Md Farmer SC SC SC
" Sarah A. w F 48 wife Md Keep hs. NC NC NC
" Landy G. w M 20 son sgl SC SC NC
" Lewis L. w M 19 son sgl SC SC NC
" John W. w M 13 son sgl SC SC NC
" Mary E. w F 11 dau sgl SC SC NC
" Katharine M. w F 10 dau sgl SC SC NC
" Joseph V. w M 6 son sgl SC SC NC
" Sallie w F 3 dau sgl SC SC NC
|9||Title: 1900 U.S. Census, Kershaw Co., South Carolina
Publication: Roll T623_1532
Date: 13 Jun 1900
Page: p. 158-b
William J. Young, age 67, born May 1833, married 46 years, head of HN/FN 212, with wife Sarah A. (Angeline Hammond), 3 children and a grandchild. See Farm Schedule #162. Location: Flat Rock Twp., E.D. #49.
Neighbors: HN 210 Wm Lowry, HN 211 John J. Morrison, HN 213 Johnson, HN 214 Peay, HN 215 Gardner + sister-in-law Peach, HN 215 Wm. Barfield (sons married daughters of W.J.and Angeline Young), HN 218 Thos Roe, HN 219 Fred Johnson, HN 220 Wm. Peach, HN 223 John and Jacob Crow.
Name Rel Col Sex Born Age Mar Born
Young, William J. Head w M May 1833 67 Md SC-NC-SC
__Occup: Farmer (Farm Schedule #162), owns home.
__Married 46 years [to this wife]
Young, Sarah A. Wife w F Jan 1832 68 Md NC-NC-NC
__Had 10 children, all 10 alive in 1900.
Young, John W. Son w M Mar 1866 34 Sgl SC-SC-NC
Young, Katie C. Dau w F Jul 1871 29 Sgl SC-SC-NC
Young, Sallie Dau w F Aug 1876 23 Sgl SC-SC-NC
Young, Nanie? H. Gdau w F Oct 1895 4 Sgl SC-SC-SC
|10||Title: 1920 U.S. Census, Kershaw Co., South Carolina
Date: 29 Mar 1920
Page: p. 16-b (229-b)
William J. Young, widowed, age 86, living alone in HN/FN 294, Flat Rock Twp., ED 79. Farm Schedule #259. This was his last census. He died in 1921.
HN 295 John W. Young, son
HN 297 J. Thomas Gay and Mary E. (Young) Gay, daughter
HN 299 William P. Barfield and Kate M. (Young) Barfield, daughter
HN 291 Joseph V. Young, son, and his wife Margaret E. (Gay) Young
|11||Title: 1860 U.S. Census, Kershaw Co., South Carolina
Publication: Roll M653_1221
Note: Date of marriage estimated from birth of eldest son.
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