|Birth: ||Aug. 20, 1919|
|Death: ||Feb. 9, 2003|
Mr. Youngblood was the son of Perry Duncan Youngblood and Linnie Minerva Rackley-Youngblood. He was a resident of Wilcox County, GA until he moved to Columbus, GA in 1944.
As with many others of his generation, he enlisted with the U.S. Army in 1940 to fight in World War II. Compelled to serve, he enlisted again in 1942. He was a Special Forces soldier and he was wounded during the war, suffering several gunshot and shrapnel wounds.
After the war, he worked at Fort Benning, GA in the machine shop and later retired from Civil Service.
His favorite past time was fishing. He along with his wife spent most weekends fishing the on the Chattahoochee River, Lake Oliver, Lake Eufaula, and sometimes Florence Marina in Omaha GA. Some of his fishing buddies were Dr. W.R. Snellings and one of his neighbors Mr. Ellerbie.
He was close with his family members and enjoyed visiting them. He enjoyed talking to people and telling stories of his experiences in the war and other aspects of this life.
Mr. Youngblood and his wife had four children, seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren.
(Names of living family members are not listed)
Perry Duncan Youngblood (1877 - 1941)
Linnie Minerva Rackley Youngblood (1879 - 1957)
Perry Carroll Youngblood (1903 - 1936)*
Thomas Bayne Youngblood (1905 - 1963)*
Bertha Louise Youngblood Rycroft (1907 - 1980)*
Baby Youngblood (1909 - 1909)*
Berta Lee Youngblood Williams (1911 - 1994)*
Catherine A. Youngblood Patterson (1915 - 2001)*
Samuel Lawrence Youngblood (1917 - 1993)*
Louis Franklin Youngblood (1919 - 2003)
Clarence Everitt Youngblood (1921 - 1993)*
Louis Franklin Youngblood
Union Baptist Church Cemetery
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Record added: Jan 16, 2013
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