11/3/2018 I expect to receive the 2nd Printing of The Colonial Youngblood YDNA Project Book by Monday, November 13. You may now also use Paypal by clicking the following Linkhttps://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9Q63XZM6YCALY
10/12/2018 The Colonial Youngblood YDNA Project Book - Is Sold Out . It will now take 3-4 weeks to get more copies. Please order soon to have yours by Christmas.
Send $85 - includes mailing etc Check to: Larry Youngblood PO Box 262 Flynn, Texas 77855 .
I will present at the Dallas Genealogy Society DNA Interest Group Thursday September 20 from 6 pm to 7:30 pm
“ Colonial Ancestors – Knocking down brick walls with YDNA”
The meeting is in the Stone Room located on the 7th Floor of the Downtown Central Library,1515 Young Street, Dallas TX 75201.
Here is a link to directions, etc for the library should you need it for yourself or others you invite. https://dallaslibrary2.org/hours.php
Here is the website http://dallasgenealogy.com/dgs/meetings-events/special-interest-groups/dna/
April 14, 2018
Youngblood Reunionand Genealogy Seminar in Texas July 27-28, 2018
Call for presentations... Email me if you wish to present your family....!
Are you looking for more information about your earlyColonial Youngblood Ancestors?
Mark your calendar... Youngblood Reunion and Genealogy Seminar July 27-28,2018 Hilltop Lakes, Texas. The event will be held at the HilltopLodge in the newly refurbished Tonkawa Room overlooking the lakes.
This seminar will mark the culmination of over 40 years ofColonial Youngblood research and new results and family connections based onYDNA results….and some new FamilyTree Family Finder results. Please sendthis email to all your Youngblood researchers, relatives and contacts.
When my father began this quest, he had nothing but his recalling that hisgrandfather said his family had some land in Alabama. Then my dad found an oldBible in an old trunk in the attic of his deceased aunt's daughter. Though mydad passed before YDNA proved our lineage, this was his accomplishment. I hopeand know we can help most everyone as our research went in many directionsacross many branches from New York to PA to NC to Mississippi and Texas tryingto confirm our lineage.
The anxiously awaited new YDNA results concerning the fatherof Thomas YB c1745 wife Amy Hopkins YB are in…Henry c1730 appears not to be thefather of Thomas YB c1745-22 of Edgefield…but now I am searching again. We made significant advances on the family of Samuel Cad Youngbloodc1850…always looking to prove up more sons and find new descendants.
Please email me if you can / would like to attend and contact all researcherrelatives as well. More detail later. We have made many unknown connections ofour Texas Youngbloods back to GA, AL, SC and NC as well as TN, OH, IN, IL, MOand Arkansas. Prepare a small document and prepare to discuss yourlineage with the attendees. There will be plenty of answers in the group.
Bring your notes, your photographs, wills, deeds and email questions ahead oftime to make this the best time you have ever invested in a vacation. Golf,fishing, putt putt, Texas size swimming pool, airport, camp grounds, motel andrestaurant and much more. And a little Texas music... or we can get away lateSaturday or early Sunday
Hilltop Lakes is located about halfway between Dallas andHouston west of I-45 about 20 miles…about a 2 hr drive
Also, about 45 minutes NE of Bryan/College Station… there isan airport with connecting flights. Houston Intercontinental Airport isabout a 2 hour drive.
For many of the important questions that we set forth whenwe began the YDNA project, we have answers. John MilesYBc1708 line and relationto Thomas YB c1745 of Edgefield line with the James c1740 and Peters c1725 and1732 and the Peterc1730 in Charleston along with Benjamin YBc1773 w/Susannah.See our website below. Please contact me with your interest.
Please let me know if you would like to make apresentation of your branch and research…and I will send more details.
www.familytreedna.com/public/YoungbloodsOfEdgefieldSC and Orange County, NC and Johnston Co, NC.
Click, then click DNA Results, click on Colorized.
See the lines and branches in the headings. See also About
Celebrating our Successful Twelfth year of the Youngblood DNA Project...Happyhunting !
Looking for more Youngblood Researchers and Male Youngbloods to participate inthe Youngblood DNA project.
December 5, 2017
Youngblood Reunion/Genealogy Seminar in Texas July 27-28, 2018
Second Annual Get Together to share Research on Family at Hilltop Lakes in Leon County Texas
I will soon post a call for presentations and topics. Be thinking about what you would like to see covered.
Mark your calendar.
July 28, 2017 Youngblood Reunion ... Descendants of Thomas Youngblood c1745 and wife Amy Hopkins of of Orange Co, NC and Edgefield South Carolina.
The 115th annual Youngblood Reunion will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 11:00 am at Park Memorial Methodist church, 750 Hwy 87 (Elba hwy), Troy, AL.
Bring a covered dish to share and family pictures and information. Larry Youngblood will bring an update of his DNA and other finds. Bring your "red" YB book as he has additions/corrections.
Please share with family!
NOTE CHANGE OF LOCATION....! Hope to see you there. My YBs lived in Youngblood AL from about 1840-1878...Robertson S, William L, Richard, Elijah....with Sarah, Ellendor and mother Nancy MNU wife of Jacob YB JR c1795 of Edgefield SC.
October 16, 2016 - Announcing National Youngblood Reunion and Genealogy Seminar
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Youngblood Reunion and Genealogy Seminar in Texas June 23-25, 2017
For over forty years, my dad and I were convinced of a connection to the SC/GA/Pike County Youngblood group (The Youngblood-Armstrong and Allied families known around Union Springs, Farriorville and Troy AL) but there was no hard proof in the paper trail. Yes, our ancestors too were born in SC&GA, settled around Farriorville area before 1840, moved to the Youngblood Community around 1850
near Troy, attended Old Lebanon Church, were founding members of Good Hope Baptist Church, shared such non standard first names as Robertson, Basil, Green...but alas no named connection written in this, the most detailed of our line, or any other book.
My dad had communicated with Ms Eckardt and Dorothy Quaife (and others) about their ancestors…but no connections. Later thee connections were proven. Alas, there were too many Youngbloods using too few Biblical first names in about the same time frames to make things easy. Then along comes the technology of DNA….See Y-DNA Results on the Menu Line for more detail and the Project event timing below.
DNA has provided this "proof" for us of family group connections...we are in the GRAY group of Youngbloods that has been now tied to all the sons of Thomas and Amy Hopkins Youngblood 1745 of Orange County, NC and now we can go on to researching bigger and better things...and indeed more controversial thinks like ....
Why do some members not match what their paperwork says
What is the connection of the Youngbloods of NC – Orange and Johnson Counties who arrived there before the 1760’s.?
What is the connection of all the Youngbloods who were in Edgefield District in 1760-1820 before moving out to Abbeville, GA, TN, AL and elsewhere.
(Grouping “GRAY” - YDNA close link to Thomas/Jacob B YB) Grouping "BLUE" James/Jeremiah appears to be closely related to GRAY as Thomas was a witness to James LWT. Grouping PURPLE of Peter 1732 - living close by for many years).
Similarly, what about the Youngbloods of GA before becoming a state? Some were GREEN and some were NOT GREEN. They both lived in the Augusta area(Richmond, Columbia and Burke Counties) which sits on both sides of the Savannah river, is near to Edgefield and Barnwell and often went to court in one state or the other.
Who is Jacob Jr - 1810 - 1830 Edgefield SC??? Does anyone have any information on him.......? This is personally important to me as I feel Floelle and Francis made, I feel, a serious mistake on this Jacob in the Youngblood-Armstrong and Allied Families book. This book has been my research bible and though many little things have been found to be wrong in the book, calling Jacob 1812 the son of Jacob B YB as “Jr” , has cost me enormously in wasted time. The book remains the best available until we finish this DNA project and issue updates.
Group B YB's (“GREEN”) were mostly in NC in 1790 or in York County, SC about the same time/later...why are they totally unrelated?? Are they unrelated? How are they related to the Augusta, GA Youngbloods?
**** Note: GREEN has been YDNA Linked to John Miles YB 1708 ******
Is there a link between the Edgefield Group and the Charleston, Barnwell, Colleton Abbeville Groups?...how...where's the paper confirmation? By YDNA?
Who really is the father of Thomas Youngblood who married Amy Hopkins father of Jacob B YB and James YB (bd 1809)?
Henry ? Which Henry?
John Miles YB had a son Thomas...but we see no proof it was Amy's Thomas...much proof he is not.
There are two Peter Youngbloods born circa 1730…different wives, Edgefield and Augusta area. Are they related? (This is our “PURPLE” Group in the DNA displays)
Is Jeremiah of James related to Thomas (of Amy Hopkins) and how close is the relationship? Which James? (This is our “BLUE” Group in the DNA displays)
There are at least two distinct lines of Youngbloods coming out of NY/PA/MD/NC/SC/GA. To which group does one belong and where did they come from? How do we prove it?
How much data and how many participants will we need to assist anyone in linking to our groupings of ancestors….. which will help focus research into specific areas.
Which of these Youngblood lines ties to John Miles Youngblood ????
Are the Youngbloods who arrived before 1700 related to those arriving after 1700? It seems for the most part...NO.
There is demographics evidence that needs to be confirmed by DNA and other specific paperwork. Do any of the "later" arriving Youngbloods have genealogy information that will definitively take us back to Germany and The Netherlands prior to 1700?
Curious quote: My great grandfather referred to himself as a "Dutchman"….but we are certain our line is German. Probably a reference to Wm Penn's "Pennsylvania Dutch"..."Deutch" meaning German
Special recognition to Dorothy Quaife for her encouragement in beginning this project and who in her communications with my dad over 30 years ago started this obsession. Whenever my enthusiasm gets the best of me, she's always there with one more question....or an answer/fact I was really trying to look past to keep.
With DNA and a mass of circumstantial evidence, I have concluded my connection to the Youngblood line of Thomas and Amy Hopkins Youngblood with the help of YDNA and dedicated Youngblood researchers.
The book Youngblood-Armstrong and Allied Families is the most complete history of the Thomas and Amy Hopkins Youngblood NC/SC/GA/AL line of Youngbloods.
The matriarch of my family lived among the YB-A YBs in South Carolina 1795-1830 and Georgia 1830-1840 then Alabama from the 1840's until she past away about 1873.
She lived between two sons of Jacob B/Sarah Still YB son of Thomas/Amy YB - David 1813 and James 1809.
My family was not included in this history...this definitive book of our YBs...DID NOT HAVE MY MALE ANCESTOR...HUSBAND OF Nancy Unknown YB or any of the kids (except for a deposition in a law suit that went unnoticed).
Of course, My dad and I were certain we were related but did not know how. 6 Years ago...DNA provided the additional proof of lineage/relationship when my DNA matched that of 1 known, well documented descendent of Thomas and Amy YB through Jacob B/Sarah > James 1809 who still lived in Youngblood AL just up the road from the YB mill and lake.
In this book was listed a Jacob YB 1812 who was said to be a brother of David and James above. I felt from early on that this Jacob was wrong and that my ancestor- unknown male was Jacob B Jr `1793 or so...who should be in the place of Jacob 1812.
Evidence early on...Jacob 1812 birthday - November 1812, David 1813 birthday March ....5 months apart. I felt this was enough proof for me to make my case. Nyet by others as dates on the graves "could be wrong"...could be, but they weren't....not Floelle/Francis were wrong.
Two other YBs joined the DNA group and we matched to them very well...descendents of Thomas and Amy YB son's James 1772 and David 1775. These two new project members worked very diligently to track their lines as they too were virtually left out of the book....we are all now tracked to today. A few years later, a descendent of the remaining known son of Thomas and Amy YB - Thomas Still YB - joined and once again we had a YDNA match. So descendents of all 4 sons of Thomas and Amy YB were a match to me. (Only one is enough to include...4 is better. The 5th son Wm R YB had no children).
One of these traced his line in the utmost detail and ultimately proved that Jacob 1812 was a descendent of James/Nancy Barlow YB-his line...thus removing my road block of proving the authors of the "YB Bible" wrong. With Jacob 1812 out of the way, then my previously gathered preponderance of evidence of Census data, wills, jury duty, children's names, locations, church memberships and foundings, birth and death dates, Mason records...and other tidbits became generally accepted evidence by the major researchers...like Dorothy Quaife and the other YBs looking for my line...N Davis, Elsie, Jon...
I do not yet have the smoking gun...marriage license Jacob Jr marrying Nancy ???. Obit describing widow and family. It probably exists but it may never be found.
DNA got me back to the right line for research-I quit looking at John Miles YB 1708 or James 1840 or Peter 1732 focusing on the Thomas line to rule out all possibilities or find the right man ...
A man with my common ancestor claimed the Jacob 1812 ( and proves it) as James's son not Jacob B SR's son....Complete...who now was Thomas's (of Amy Hopkins) father? Are James 1740, Peter 1732 cousins or brothers?
Even reading this I expect you will find tracking the names and generations very difficult...which is exactly what happened to the authors - Francis and Floelle.
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