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From: J & S Mills <>
Subject: RE: [BRE] Yount and Younce
Date: Sat, 04 May 2002 19:08:13 -0500
References: <5.1.0.14.0.20020503201204.00a06010@reliable-net.net>
In-Reply-To: <FJEJKFKHEIMLGFIHGLBMOELECIAA.jdm@knology.net>


Derald,

Donna sent a direct descendancy, so I have no information about Alexander Macy.

I have made a copy of your request for the letter, which I will also post.

Sharon


At 10:25 PM 5/3/02, you wrote:
>I have Alexander Macy who's mother was a Yount married to a Younce. I assume
>this is the correct Alexander. Can I answer a specific issue.
>
>Thanks for looking for the letter. I would love to have a copy.
>
>Derald Morgan
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: J & S Mills [mailto:]
>Sent: Friday, May 03, 2002 8:37 PM
>To:
>Subject: RE: [BRE] Yount and Younce
>
>
>
>Derald,
>
>Donna is my correspondent. She is related to many Miami Co families,
>including several Brethren lines. Donna is descended from the Younce line
>by Andrew Younce who married Catherine Friend. Their daughter Sarah Ann,
>m. Alexander Macy Alexander Macy is descended from Randolph Co NC George
>Yount, which piqued Donna's interest in discovering if there was a
>connection between the two groups.
>
>You're going to have to give me a bit of time to locate that letter. I am
>pretty backed up with finding/copying tasks. Here is this, though, that
>was in a Younce folder. John Scott Davenport wrote this bit on November
>05, 1982, which is not the one I wanted to find, but it will do for now. I
>will extract the bits on the relevant families:
>
>JSD: " ....The John Younce who married Margarey Tesch is an identified
>Moravian Pacifist during the Revolution. Leonard Younce, his brother...was
>a Dunker by inclination, would not take the Oath.... The Younts, to a man,
>are also recorded as pacifists in Raldolph Co---they appear to have been
>Mennonites who largely converted Quaker in the mid to late 1780's. Philip
>Younce was not a scout for Mad Anthony Wayne, because he was less than ten
>years old at the time, and further, he became a Dunker before he reached
>maturity, meaning that he would not take oaths, (etc.)...."
>
>I know that's not what you want, but it will have to do till the real thing
>comes out of hiding. I can remember that JSD said plainly: 'Younce is
>not Yount." At least in that area of NC and for those relevant small
>family groups.
>
>Sharon
>
>At 07:20 PM 5/3/02, you wrote:
> >Rob:
> >
> >I have connection to both the Yount and the Macy family. Who is Donna Macy
> >Sand? Would you share a copy of her letter with me. My great-grandmother
>was
> >Anna Macy.
> >
> >Derald
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: J & S Mills [mailto:]
> >Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 9:13 PM
> >To:
> >Subject: [BRE] Yount and Younce
> >
> >
> >
> >We may need to be more specific about which Younts and Younces are related,
> >and also to take into consideration various spelling differences within the
> >same family.
> >
> >I think it reasonable to say that, in regard to Philip Younce's known NC
> >forebears and relatives, they are separate from the Yount families in the
> >same area of NC. John Scott Davenport, who studied the relevant families,
> >made that statement. I have his letter to that effect with supporting
> >evidence, written to Donna Macy Sand some years ago.
> >
> >In a broader perspective, we could hardly deny the relationship that might
> >exist between _some_ Yount and Younce families. Rob, if you have evidence
> >of a connection in our line, please explain.
> >
> >Rob,
> >
> >At 11:11 PM 5/2/02, you wrote:
> > >Gale:
> > >I disagree. Go to this website: www.nii.net/~yonts/
> > >I have more proof of the connection, if you'd like to see it.
> > >
> > >Also I have info on Samuel Younce's (4) children if anyone is
> > >interested. They were: Laura;Inez;Julia and Lucius. They are all buried
> > >in the Dunkard Cemetery in Clarion MI., a few miles from my home. Their
> > >spouses are there as well. I have photos of Samuels grave.
> > >Rob Younce
> > >
> > >gale honeyman wrote:
> > >
> > > > The YOUNT and YOUNCE families have no ancestral connection.
> > > >
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