William Young papers  1765-1900
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Young Family Genealogy

  • 1. William Young (died before 1754)
    • 2. John Young (1730-1802) of Mickelwood, Kilmarnock Parish, Scotland. Married 1754 Agnes Wallace (1729-1761), daughter of William Wallace of Rewallen Muir, Timinack Parish.
    • Married second, Elizabeth Wallace (1730-1786), and married a third time after her decease.
      • 3. William Young (1755-1829) Married ca.1779 Agnes McLaws (1754-1793).
      • Married second at Philadelphia or Rockland, Del., Rachel Anderson (1770-1836).
        • 4. John Young, died a child in Philadelphia, 1787.
        • 4. Agnes Young (1785-1866) married 1802 Robert Craig (1773-1835), a native of Scotland. They moved to Scotland where their children were born, and returned to America in 1808. Lived at Indiana, Pa.
          • 5. Robert Craig (b. 1803) married twice.
          • 5. Agnes Craig (b. 1804) married Peter Kinter
          • 5. Helen Craig (b. 1806) married Hans Robinson.
        • 4. Margaretta Marshall Young (1786-1827) married at Rockland, 1807, Rev. Thomas Hamilton (1776-1818), an Associate Presbyterian minister from New York.
          • 5. Eliza Young Hamilton (1809-1834) died unmarried.
          • 5. William Young Hamilton (1811-1860) became a clergyman and died unmarried.
          • 5. Thomas Fenton Hamilton (1814-1837) was in optical business in Baltimore; died on board ship and was buried at sea.
          • 5. Agnes Hamilton (1816-1817)
          • 5. John Hamilton (1818-1820)
        • 4. William Young, died a boy in 1789.
        • 4. Eliza Melville Young (1790-1853) married 1811 John McAllister, Jr. (1786-1877). See list of children in McAllister Family Tree.
        • 4. William Wallace Young (1792-1863) married 1815 Julia E. Anderson (1794-1877).
          • 5. Rachel Sophia Young (1816-1857) died at Memphis, Tenn., unmarried.
          • 5. William Wallace Young (b. 1818)
          • 5. Agnes Alecia Young (b. 1820)
          • 5. Julia Young, died in infancy
          • 5. John McAllister Young (b. 1824)
          • 5. Irenee Dupont Young (b. 1827) became a physician at Bordentown, NJ, married Bethia Allen.
          • 5. Julia Mary Young (b. 1830) married Oliver Miller of Ripley, Mississippi.
            • 6. W. Wallace Miller (d. 1884)
            • 6. Lilie Miller (b. 1857), married 1882 S. Hardie Carter of Dardanelles, Ark.
            • 6. Sarah Etter Miller (b. 1861)
          • 5. Joseph Evans Young (1835-1866) married Elizabeth Bergen who married second Enoch Taylor, and died 1884.
            • 6. Joseph Evans Young Jr., married Katherine Spencer Scovel, 1891.
        • 4. Mary Isabella Young (1803-1833), twin, married 1826 John Steward of New York. She was buried in the Steward lot at Goshen, New York.
          • 5. Daughter, married Mr. Van Allen
        • 4. Jean Stroud Young (1803-1871), twin, married Joseph T. Warner (1799-1877) of Wilmington, Del. No children.
        • 4. Euena Hannah Young (1805-1829)
        • 4. Williamina (b. 1806) married Edward Warner
        • 4. Rachel Young (1808-1815), twin.
        • 4. Craig Hamilton Young (1808-1809), twin
        • 4. Evans John Young (1811-1850)
        • 4. Alexander Stephen Young (1812-1823)
      • 3. John Young (1757-1787) was in medical school at the time of his death. Buried at Paisley, Scotland.
      • 3. Alexander Young (1759-1806) married and left a wife and children at his death. One daughter was born in 1795.
      • 3. James Young (b. 1761) apparently died before his half-brother James was born in 1764.
      • 3. James Young (b. 1764) married and by 1795 had daughters:
        • 4. Mary Young
        • 4. Elizabeth Young
        • 3. Stephen Young (1766-1829/30) married 1806 Jane Loree
        • 4. Janet Young (b. 1807)
        • 4. Elizabeth Young (b. 1809)
      • 3. Agnes Young (1768-1812)
      • 3. Andrew Young (1770-1831)
      • 3. Robert Young (1773-ca. 1855)
      • 3. Anne Young married James Wilson and was living in Fenwick, Ayrshire, Scotland, in 1860.

McLaws Family Genealogy

  • 1. John McLaws (ca.1705-1768) of Arngibbon, near Stirling, Scotland.
  • Married twice and fathered seventeen children. Only one daughter by his first wife survived childhood. He married second, 1748/49, Elizabeth McCulloch (ca.1728-ca.1770).
    • 2. Daughter by first wife, married Michael McCulloch, brother of John McLaw's second wife, Elizabeth.
    • 2. Mary McLaws (1750-1827) married, 1780, James Risk
      • 3. John Risk (1780-1857), lived in Glasgow; did not marry.
      • 3. Elizabeth Risk (d. 1827) married 1814 John Gray
        • 4. John risk Gray (1815-1835)
        • 4. Mary, died in infancy
        • 4. Marion
        • 4. James Gray (1821-1857), married, two daughters; lived at Liverpool, England.
      • 3. James Risk died in infancy.
      • 3. Margery Risk did not marry; lived with brother John in Glasgow.
      • 3. Charles Risk married, 1835, Helen Dun
    • 2. Janet McLaws (b. 1752) married, 1776, Charles Stewart
      • 3. Sandy Stewart died of smallpox?, 1783
      • 3. Jacky Stewart died of smallpox?, 1783
      • 3. Charles Stewart (b. 1781) did not marry
      • 3. At least one other child died in infancy
    • 2. Agnes McLaws (1754-1793) married William Young (1755-1829). See Young Family Tree, above, for list of descendants.
    • 2. John McLaws (1756-1792)
    • 2. Margaret McLaws (1758/59-1832) married, 1786, William Wilson
      • 3. Elizabeth Wilson did not marry
      • 3. Janet Wilson (d. 1832)
      • 3. Mary Wilson (d. 1832)
      • 3. Margaret Wilson (d. 1837) married 1826 George Henderson. No children.
    • 2. Isabella McLaws (1762-1794) married, 1793, her cousin Joseph Morrison.
      • 3. Son (1794-1826) died unmarried
    • 2. William McLaws (1764-1830) married. Went to Philadelphia, 1794 and later returned to Scotland where he died.
      • 3. Euphemia McLaws
      • 3. Robert McLaws
      • 3. Arthur McLaws
      • 3. Eliza McLaws
      • 3. William McLaws
      • 3. Beatrix McLaws
      • 3. Colin Sharp McLaws

McAllister Family Genealogy

  • 1. John McAllister Sr. (1753-1830), son of John and Isabel (McAllister) McAllister, first cousins, born in Scotland; moved to New York, 1775.
  • Married, 1778, Elizabeth Duncan (1759-1782) by whom he had two children who died in infancy.
  • Married second, 1783, Frances Wardale Lieber (1746-1814), widow of John Henry Lieber who drowned in the Delaware River, 1782. He married third, 1816, Elizabeth Douglas (d. 1838), a widow.
    • 2. Frances McAllister (1784-1823), twin, married 1817 William Stevenson (d. 1844) of Cambridge, New York, son of William and Jane Stevenson. Both were reared in the Associate Presbyterian Church.
      • 3. John Stevenson (b. 1818)
      • 3. James Stevenson
      • 3. William Stevenson, married
      • 3. Anna Maria Stevenson married and had children; was dying in 1851.
      • 3. Frances W. Stevenson lost a leg after an illness in the 1840s.
      • 3. Jane Stevenson?
    • 2. Sarah McAllister (1784-1806), twin, was engaged in 1806 to James Kelso but died before the wedding could take place.
    • 2. John McAllister Jr. (1786-1877) married 1811 Eliza Melville Young (1790-1853). Lived at Philadelphia. Left the Associate Presbyterian Church and became Episcopalians.
      • 3. William Young McAllister (1812-after 1892) married 1842 Ann Jane Mitchell (b. 1816), daughter of William and Margaret (Conchy) Mitchell.
        • 4. William Mitchell McAllister (b. 1843) m. 1866 Emily Turner
        • 4. Eliza Young McAllister (b. 1845)
        • 4. John McAllister (1846-1863)
        • 4. Anna Mitchell McAllister (b. 1849) became an M.D.
        • 4. Frances Wardale McAllister (b. 1853)
        • 4. James Cook McAllister (b. 1856)
        • 4. Harry McAllister (b. 1858)
        • 4. Oswald McAllister (b. 1860)
      • 3. Frances Wardale McAllister (1815-1892) married George D. Bruce M.D. (d. 1891), son of Robert Bruce (1776-1846) who was an Associate Presbyterian minister. They had no children but adopted a nephew of his.
      • 3. Agnes Young McAllister (1817-1879) was the family genealogist. She left her estate exclusively to several nieces, but no nephews.
      • 3. Sarah Allister McAllister (1819-1870) married 1840 William Robertson Grant, M.D. (d. 1852), son of _____ and Mary (Bobertson) Grant. All their children were dead by 1892.
        • 4. Allister M. Grant (b. 1842?)
        • 4. Mary Robertson Grant (1844-1845)
        • 4. Elizette Melville Grant, living in 1880
        • 4. Jessie Margaret Grant, living in 1880
      • 3. John Allister McAllister (b. 1822) married Ann Mc. Steinbruner
      • 3. Thomas Hamilton McAllister (b. 1824) married Mrs. Warren and adopted her son, who took the name:
        • 4. Caldwell McAllister. Married and had children.
      • 3. Rachel Jane McAllister (1826-1826)
      • 3. Eliza Euena McAllister (1827-1853) died unmarried
      • 3. Wardale Gaskill McAllister (1829-1874) married Henrietta Phillips
      • 4. Estelle Henrietta McAllister
      • 4. Adele Wardale McAllister married James W. Vogdes
      • 3. Julius Wallace McAllister, died in infancy
Alternate Locations

The following items are housed in the Book Division:

The following items are housed in the Map Division:

The following items are housed in the Graphics Division:

  • Gilpin, T. & Co. Advertisement from U. S. directory, 1822.
  • Gilpin, Thomas. Silhouette.
  • Poulson, Zachariah. Engraving, 1843.
  • Richards, F. deBourg. Lightly alb. salt print of bookstore of William Young, ca.1859. F.11.17.4
  • Richards, F. deBourg. Lightly alb. salt print of Rockland on the Brandywine, home of William Young, ca.1859. F.8.17.5
  • Richards, F. deBourg. Lightly alb. salt prints of mansion of William Young, 1859 November. F.11.17.2-3
  • Rush, Benjamin. Engraving, 1813, with printed biographical sketch.
  • Unknown. Alb. print of family tomb of John McAllister, n.d. F.8.17.1
  • Unknown. Carte de visite copy of daguerreotype. View of Chestnut Street, Philad., with John McAllister's (48 Chestnut) and home of William Young, 1854 Dec. 8 (publ. ca.1862). C.3.Views Pa. Phil. 2
  • Unknown. D.o.p. of log cabin, ca.1900. F.8.17.4
  • Unknown. Lightly alb. salt print of John McAllister. 1858 Dec. F.11.17.1
  • Unknown. P.o.p. of painting of John McAllister, ca.1895? F.8.17.2
  • Unknown. Salt print portr. of John McAllister, ca.1855. F.8.17.3
  • Webster, Noah. Engraving.

The following items are housed in Oversize Manuscripts:

  • McAllister, Agnes Y. ALS to Mrs. William McAllister, August 1, 1841.
  • Young, William. Estate settlement.
Related Materials

John McAllister (collector). Library Company of Philadelphia. 15,000 items, 1683-1881 (N.U.C.M.C. 61-2754)

William Young Business Papers. Historical Society of Pennsylvania 1054 items (N.U.C.M.C. 61-553)

William Young Business and Personal Papers. Eleutherian Mills Historical Society (Greenville, Del.) 67 items (N.U.C.M.C. 71-1735)

William Young Business Papers. 25 items, 1792-1835 Houghton Library (Harvard University) (N.U.C.M.C. 83-1014)

Young-McAllister Family Papers. Historical Society of Pennsylvania 150 items, 1730-1891 (N.U.C.M.C. 61-685)

Partial Subject Index (not representative of every manuscript in the collection)
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
  • 7:79
Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848
  • 5:67
Aging
  • 4:8
Agriculture--Scotland
  • 4:46
Aitken, Robert, 1734-1802
  • 1:39
American Gazetteer
  • 3:27
American Museum
  • 2:13
Apprentices
  • 1:42
Arsenic
  • 5:67
Associate Presbyterian Church
  • 1:1, 16-22, 29, 35, 37, 40, 44
  • 2:43
  • 3:6, 42, 43, 73
  • 4:4, 8, 10
  • 5:2, 10, 22
  • 6:60, 74
  • 7:26, 90
  • 8:37
Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church
  • 2:63
Autopsy
  • 7:6
Balloons
  • 6:48
Balls (Parties)
  • 5:28
Bank of the United States
  • 2:40
Bankruptcy
  • 4:44
Bayard, James Asheton, 1767-1815
  • 4:45
Betrothal
  • 3:77, 78, 79
Beveridge, Thomas Jr.
  • 5:39
Beveridge, Thomas, 1749-1798
  • 1:28, 35, 40
Bigamy
  • 1:39
Birds
  • 5:87
Birthdays
  • 4:70
Books
  • 1:24, 33, 34, 64
  • 2:7, 8, 18, 24, 63
  • 4:29
  • 5:25
Books--Want lists
  • 1:23, 25, 39, 65
  • 2:10, 17, 41
  • 3:45
  • 4:24
  • 7:92
Booksellers and bookselling
  • 1:16
  • 2:19
  • 3:6, 13, 45, 70, 72, 80
  • 4:12, 14, 28, 39, 43, 46, 49, 63, 74a
  • 5:5, 11, 41
  • 8:24, 26-29, 31
Bruce, Robert, 1776-1846
  • 5:71
Building
  • 6:66
Business--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • 2:52
  • 6:33
Campbell, Thomas, 1763-1854
  • 4:8
Canes
  • 6:5
Carey, Matthew, 1760-1839
  • 3:27
Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Queen, Consort of George IV, King of Great Britain, 1768-1821
  • 4:69
Catholic church
  • 7:95
Centennial Exhibition (1876 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
  • 7:60
Charitable societies
  • 6:50
Cholera
  • 5:69, 70, 71, 92
Clay, Henry, 1777-1852
  • 5:85
Clergy
  • 4:59
  • 5:39
Clothing and dress
  • 4:41, 54
  • 5:83
  • 6:13, 85
Collective settlements
  • 4:77
Columbian Magazine
  • 2:31
Construction--New York (City)
  • 5:23
Copyright
  • 2:53
  • 3:10
Corn
  • 3:48, 53
Craig, Robert, 1773-1835
  • 4:44, 55
  • 5:4
Cuba
  • 6:7
Deaf
  • 7:9
Death
  • 2:2, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 23, 59, 61
  • 3:2
  • 4:64
  • 5:14, 16, 23, 24, 36
  • 5:51, 93
Debt, Imprisonment for
  • 3:1, 24
Deism
  • 3:48
Delaware Mills (Wilmington, Del.)
  • 4:60
Dentistry
  • 4:27
  • 5:28
Depressions--1837
  • 6:40
Depressions--1873
  • 7:54, 55, 59
Dictionaries
  • 2:32
Diseases
  • 6:87 See also names of individual diseases
Domestics
  • 7:82
Emigration and immigration
  • 1:27, 30, 31, 32, 35, 37, 40, 48, 62
  • 2:3, 14, 15, 57, 62, 64
Epidemics
  • 5:69, 70, 71, 92
Episcopal Church
  • 7:16, 17, 18, 20, 39
Estates (Law)
  • 2:37, 38
  • 3:68
  • 4:42
  • 5:48, 78
  • 6:17, 19, 62, 83, 84
  • 8:2, 15, 21, 23, 30
Executions and executioners
  • 1:37
  • 2:22
  • 4:69
Eye--Diseases and defects
  • 1:25
Eyeglasses
  • 5:3, 81, 92
  • 6:56
  • 7:28
Fairs
  • 6:87
  • 7:60
Farms
  • 1:63
  • 6:37
Finance, Personal
  • 1:50
Firearms
  • 5:14, 15
Fishing
  • 6:46
France--History--Revolution, 1789-1799
  • 2:58
  • 3:3
Friendship
  • 1:28
  • 4:2
Frogs
  • 7:93
Funerals
  • 2:35
  • 5:28
Furniture
  • 7:76, 78
Galloway, Robert, d. 1791
  • 2:47, 50
Ghosts
  • 7:68
Gill, John, 1697-1771
  • 4:23, 25
Gilpin, Henry Dilworth, 1801-1860
  • 7:50
Ginseng
  • 2:36
Graham, George
  • 3:74
Grand Federal Procession, 1788
  • 2:28
Grandmothers
  • 5:9
Great Britain. Parliament
  • 2:62
  • 3:2
Great Britain. Sovereigns. George IV, 1762-1830
  • 4:74
Hamilton, Eliza, 1809-1834
  • 5:85, 90
Hamilton, Margaret Young, 1786-1827
  • 4:65, 66
  • 5:14, 16
Hamilton, Thomas, 1776-1818
  • 4:4, 64, 65, 66
Hicksites
  • 5:32
Home economics
  • 3:54
  • 4:52, 58
  • 5:45
Horses
  • 4:15
Hospitals
  • 4:19
Household linens
  • 2:30
Hymns
  • 7:70
Idioms
  • 4:15
Immigrants--Scotland
  • See letters to and from William Young, 1784
Imports
  • 4:36, 37
Indentured servants
  • 3:17, 63
Indiana County (Pa.)
  • 4:35, 56
  • 5:37, 44
Indigo
  • 1:50
Infants
  • 4:65
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845
  • 5:80, 85
  • 6:2
Landlord and tenant
  • 7:46
Landscape gardening
  • 3:17
Library Company of Philadelphia
  • 2:39, 65
  • 3:62
  • 7:21
Lighting
  • 4:47
Literature--Societies, etc.
  • 1:51
Louisiana
  • 4:29
Love
  • 4:15, 19, 22
Lyon, Matthew, 1746-1833
  • 3:25
Maps
  • 7:66
  • 8:19
Marriage
  • 4:11, 21, 27, 32, 34, 71
  • 5:34
  • 6:53, 54, 55, 67, 68, 76
Mason-Dixon Line
  • 7:29, 42
McAllister, Ann Jane Mitchell, b. 1816
  • 4:51
McAllister, John Jr., 1786-1877
  • 7:62, 63, 64
McAllister, John Sr., 1753-1820
  • 5:52, 60
McAllister, William Young, b. 1812
  • 5:9, 57
  • 6:1, 4, 8
McIlvaine, Charles Pettit, 1799-1873
  • 7:20
McLaws, John, 1756-1792
  • 2:50
McLeod, Alexander, 1774-1833
  • 4:10
Measles
  • 7:88
Medicine
  • 3:41, 65
  • 4:59
  • 5:9, 10, 31, 42, 64, 72, 84
  • 6:30, 73
Midwives
  • 3:64
Mines and mining
  • 5:13, 64, 85, 87
Money
  • 6:69
Morris, Charles, 1777-1809
  • 4:21
Morris, Robert, 1734-1806
  • 4:21
Mothers-in-law
  • 4:58
Music
  • 6:71
Neef, Francis Joseph, 1770-1854
  • 4:15
New York (State)--Description and travel
  • 4:58
  • 7:83
Newspapers
  • 7:24, 25
Nova Scotia
  • 3:6
Paper
  • 2:1, 18
  • 3:8, 11, 21, 23, 26a, 30, 44, 55, 58, 61, 69
  • 4:6, 14, 57
  • 5:76
  • 7:92; 8:33, 34, 35
Parade floats
  • 2:28
Parades
  • 2:28
Parent and child
  • 4:33
  • 5:29
  • 7:54, 56, 59
Patents
  • 4:53
Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane
  • 7:36
Pennsylvania Medical College
  • 7:3
Pennsylvania Packet
  • 7:24
Pennsylvania--Description and travel
  • 4:1, 21, 33
Pestalozzi, Johann Heinrich, 1746-1827
  • 4:15
Philadelphia (Pa.)
  • passim
Philadelphia (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 7:37, 48, 50
Philadelphia (Pa.)--Social life and customs
  • 4:30
Piano
  • 5:49
Pittsburgh (Pa.)
  • 1:56
  • 5:67, 75, 85, 92, 94
  • 6:48, 74
Postal service
  • 3:60, 61
  • 7:85
Presbyterian Church
  • 2:24, 54
Presidents--United States--Election--1832
  • 5:71
Presidents--United States--Election--1840
  • 6:52
Printing
  • 1:62
  • 3:19, 20, 32, 33, 34, 38, 46, 48
  • 4:9, 10, 69
  • 8:36
Printing-press
  • 1:47, 57, 64
  • 3:39, 53
Prostheses
  • 5:31, 43
  • 6:88
Psalters
  • 2:50
  • 7:72
Publishers and publishing
  • 1:16, 27
  • 2:49
  • 3:18, 53
Race relations--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • 5:9
  • 6:11
Railroad accidents
  • 6:48, 70
Reformed Presbyterian Church
  • 4:10
Religion
  • 1:49, 51, 56
  • 2:12, 17, 22, 26, 36, 62
  • 3:45
  • 4:40, 74
  • 5:88
Religious literature
  • 3:48, 70
  • 4:23, 25, 26
Rent
  • 1:58
Rockland Mansion (Rockland, Del.)
  • 1:4
Rockland Manufacturing Company (Rockland, Del.)
  • 5:50
  • 6:85
  • 8:22
Rockland Mills (Rockland, Del.)
  • 1:5
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813
  • 2:61; 7:37
Rush, James, 1786-1869
  • 5:36
Sabbath
  • 1:54
Saddles
  • 2:5, 7, 8
Sarsaparilla
  • 2:36
Schools
  • 1:23
  • 3:50, 59
  • 4:7, 15, 72
  • 5:84:
  • 6:10, 27
  • 7:19, 75
Scotland--Description and travel
  • 1:21, 54
  • 3:5
Scotland--Economic conditions
  • 4:10
Scotland--Politics and government
  • 2:62
  • 3:2
  • 4:69
Scots--United States
  • passim
Scott, Winfield, 1786-1866
  • 5:28
Seals (Numismatics)
  • 6:6
Sexual ethics
  • 1:39, 40
  • 4:10
Shaw, Joseph, 1778-1824
  • 4:8
Shipping
  • 1:38, 41, 55, 57, 60
  • 2:5
Silver
  • 6:9
Slavery
  • 2:37
Sleighing
  • 4:58
Smallpox
  • 1:10, 13
  • 2:54
Snobs and snobbishness
  • 4:66
Sunday schools
  • 2:46, 51
  • 4:72
  • 7:1, 13
Symmes, John Cleves, 1780-1829
  • 5:15
Taxation
  • 1:43
Taxation--Great Britain
  • 1:40
Textile design
  • 2:56
Thanksgiving
  • 4:21
Theater
  • 3:21
Theological seminaries
  • 1:9-40 passim
Thompson, Robert, d. 1827
  • 5:23, 24
Traffic accidents
  • 6:42
Traffic--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • 4:68
Travel
  • 6:2, 7
Treaty of Paris, 1783
  • 1:39
Tyng, Stephen Higginson, 1800-1885
  • 5:88
United States--Foreign relations--Great Britain
  • 2:58
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Humor
  • 7:40
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Regimental histories
  • 7:80
United States--History--Tripolitan War, 1801-1805
  • 2:64
United States--History--War of 1812
  • 4:11, 17
Vacations--Great Britain
  • 6:58, 59, 61, 64, 65
Washington County (Pa.)
  • 1:36
West (U.S.)--Description and travel
  • 6:45
Wiley, Samuel
  • see Wylie, Samuel Brown
Winchester, Elhanan, 1751-1797
  • 7:30
Winter
  • 3:53
Women
  • 6:71
Women--Germany
  • 6:69
Wylie, Samuel Brown, 1773-1852
  • 3:68
Yellow fever
  • 2:59-63
  • 3:66
  • 5:55
Young, Agnes McLaws, 1754-1793
  • 2:59, 61
  • 3:57
Young, Alexander Stephen, 1812-1823
  • 4:79
Young, John, 1730-1802
  • 3:68
Young, John, 1757-1787
  • 2:14, 15, 16, 20k, 21, 23
Young, Rachel Anderson, 1770-1836
  • 6:32
Young, Rachel Sophia, 1816-1857
  • 7:22
Young, William & Company
  • 1:7, 66
  • 4:74a
Young, William, 1755-1829
  • 4:70
  • 5:32, 48
  • 6:62, 83