|Birth: ||Sep. 20, 1886|
|Death: ||Apr. 18, 1911|
She was the daughter of Jessie and Lou Everett, thus a sister of Osward and Foster Everett.
She and Leonard Thomas Youngblood were married in Nolan County on 12/20/1906.
Most folks are unaware that L.T. Youngblood had this first marriage. On the 1910 census, L.T. and Myrtle were living in Blackwell: he was a barber. Myrtle died in 1911 [I think she died in childbirth and the baby is buried with her] and L.T. married Alma Virginia Mahaffey.
According to her DC, Alma Mahaffey was the daughter of MM Maffey and Martha Carolina Bolin. There was a Bolin Family who lived in Blackwell. In 1910 her mother is widowed and they are living in Franklin County, TX.
L.T. had inherited Myrtle's part of the Everett land. He and Alma appear in Blackwell on the 1920 census: he is a bank cashier and Alma's brother Charles is living with them, working as a druggist. L.T. became a partner with John Harmon (Tommy White's maternal grandfather) in the Blackwell Bank and then they opened another bank in Bronte----and, as they say, the rest is history. The Blackwell Bank eventually closed. Leonard ran the Bronte Bank forever, and eventually his son-in-law, Earl "Tuny" Glenn, became its president. L.T. and Alma Youngblood are buried in Bronte at Fairview Cemetery. He bought the Van Zandt farm at Ft. Chadbourne after Grandma Eliza Jane VZ died in 1933.
And in 1930, Charles Mahaffey is married and owns Mahaffey's Drug Store in Blackwell.
According to the Nolan County Book, Lou Everett built the house in Blackwell where L.B. and Mary Elizabeth Harmon White lived---Tommy White's parents.
Bio courtesy of Glenda VanZandt Stroud
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Wife of L. T. Youngblood
Created by: Janie Healer Davis
Record added: Nov 06, 2006
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