(Thomas1) received from her fathers estate: Slave: Doll,
worth $380, and owed the estate $55.62 ½
She married James Youngblood, of Edgefield Co South
James Youngblood is enumerated in the 1790 census of Edgefield Co South
Carolina, but my copy is illegible
James Youngblood is enumerated in the 1810 census of Edgefield South
Carolina on the same page with Thomas and Richard Barlow:
1 - - 1- / 1 - 1 - - -
James Youngblood is enumerated in the 1820 census of Edgefield, South
Carolina, next door to Thomas Youngblood and Thomas Youngblood Jr.
3 1 - - 1 - /4 - - 1- / - 3 2 - - - / 1 2 - -
In 1830, there are also a James Youngblood Sr and Jr. located in Hancock
Perhaps the following will give serious researchers a starting place
in researching this family:
Rootsweb has two separate databases for this family, one showing that
daughter's name is Nancy, and that they
have 3 children:
Thomas, Elizabeth, and Lucretia.
shows her as unknown, but shows a son, Thomas
Barlow Youngblood, born
February 12, 1808 in Mississippi, and died March 21, 1860. He
Elizabeth Hammons and had 7 children, born
in Mississippi, and Pike Co Alabama. The only resource
shown is from LDS Records.
If either of these are true, then perhaps the census
records above are a different James Youngblood. However, a search
of census records shows no Youngblood's in Mississippi or Alabama for
1800 and 1810.
Update: May 2005 from Karrie Youngblood: In James
Youngblood's estate settlement in Edgefield, SC, Nancy Youngblood receives
(1 of many things) a woman named DOLL, a child Rebecca, and a boy. This
woman Doll gives me evidence enough to name this daughter of Thomas Barlow,
Nancy - Doll, having been given to Nancy by her father in his estate.