Thomas Beckett Family, Newfield House, Upper Ballinderry, Barony of Upper Massereene, Co., Antrim, Northern Ireland, 1690-2014

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Thomas Beckett Family, Newfield House, Upper Ballinderry, Barony of Upper Massereene, County Antrim, Ireland April 5, 2014

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  • ID: I17741
  • Name: John Young
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1795 in Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
  • Death: 10 DEC 1864 in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
  • Burial: DEC 1864 Alleghenny Cemetery, Butler St., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • Immigration: APR 1817 Arrived in America
  • Note:
    Both John Young and John Henry Breidenthal came from Darmstadt, Hesse, Ger many.
    Have you ever found the Citizenship records for John Henry Breidenthal? Jo hn Young came to America in
    April of 1817.
    In 1850, my great grandfather, "Franklin" (Benjamin Franklin) Young and h is brother-in-law, John Ramsey were listed as operating an omnibus busine ss in Pittsburg. John Ramsey was listed as an omnibus proprietor and "Fran klin" was listed as a Driver. Also living with John Ramsey in 1850 was Wil liam Elder, also listed as an omnibus driver.
    I do not have Ancestry, so I have no census record for Matthew Breidenth al in Pittsburgh. A friend who has Ancestry has tried to locate this fami ly there in 1850 (they went to Minnesota in 1855), but apparently the cens us taker spelled the name wrong and thus Matthew Breidenthal was not fou nd .
    From: "MaryLu" McClure mmcclure@arvig.net
    To: Rjbeckett@aol.com

    1850 United States Federal Census
    Wilkins, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
    Family Number: 117
    John Ramsey, age 26
    Mary J. Ramsey 19
    Mary Ramsey, age 2
    Joseph Ramsey, age 0
    Franklin Young, age 20
    William Elder, age 20
    Mary Kuhns, age 62


    Jacob Young operated inns and taverns in the Borough of Bedford, Bedford C o., Pennsylvania.
    By 1846, John had disposed of his properties in Bedford County, and mov ed to Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania.
    John Young's 1823 Citizenship records note that on August 6, 1818, he decl ared his intention to become a citizen of the United States of America(unr eadable word) all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign premier, potentat e, State of Sovereignty whatever and particularly to the Duke of Hepe Darm stadt and Emperor of Germany.





    Marriage 1 Eleanor Smith b: 2 FEB 1802 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania
      Children
      1. Has No Children Joseph S. M. Young b: BET 1821 AND 1827 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania
      2. Has Children Henrietta Eleanor Young b: 30 APR 1823 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
      3. Has Children John Quincy Adams Young b: ABT 1825 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania
      4. Has Children Benjamin Franklin Young b: 31 AUG 1829 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania
      5. Has Children Mary Jane Young b: 4 JAN 1831 in Maryland
      6. Has Children Anna Barbara Young b: 7 NOV 1833 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania
      7. Has No Children Esther Louise Young b: 2 NOV 1836 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania
      8. Has No Children Samuel M. Barclay Young b: 14 APR 1839 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania
      9. Has No Children William Young b: BET 1840 AND 1841 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania
      10. Has No Children Frederick William Young b: 16 APR 1842 in Bedford Co., Pennsylvania

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