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|Grace Younglove Hudson||RE: Younglove, Wm Lester|
No, I am sorry I don't. They did live in Michigan, but I don't kow if they still do. I was in contact with them in the late 1990 -2002.
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Younglove, Wm Lester|
Hello Jennifer this is the information that I have on William Lester Younglove.
According to his daughter- in- law Betty, William Lester, is an adopted son of William and Mary Younglove. He had a twin brother who drown along with his father in the flood in Youngstown Ohio. She said that William Orval pulled him from the flood waters and saved his life. Willam Lester's names is Leasier or Leiger or Leizure. He is a full blooded Cherokee Indian according to Betty. I talked to her by phone severl years ago and that is the story she told. I did look up the flood it happened March of 1913. William Orville had remarried for the 3rd time to Mary Braumbren in 29 Aug 1904. They did not have any children of their union so William Lester Younglove became their son. I don't know of any other children.
Death Certificate #63198 dod is 24 Nov 1982
Younglove Saturday funerald held
William Lester Younglove, 74, a resident of the Bad Axe area for the past 69
years, died Wednesday, Nov. 24, at Huron Memorial Hospital, Bad Axe, after a long illness.
He was born William Leasure Sept. 5, 1908, in Youngstown, Ohio, and was
the adopted son of William and Mary Younglove. William Lester Younglove and Alice Rifenbark were married May 12, 1931, in Bad Axe.
He was an employee of the Brinker Lumber Co. for 35 years and a member of the Huron County Historical
Society. He is survived by his wife; one son, William D. Younglove Jr., Cass City; three daughters, Mrs. Milton
(Donna) Kinney, Caro, Mrs. Mik (Marilyn) Stec, Cass City, and Mrs. Casimer (Jo Ann) Michalsk, Kinde; 16
grandchildren; 13 greatgrandchildren ; one sister, Mrs. Edna Williams Gibbard, Bad Axe, and several
nieces and nephews. One daughter, Winifred, preceded him in death. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at
the MacAlpine Funeral Home, Bad Axe, Rev, Gary Butterfield of the Bad Axe Missionary Church officiating.
Burial was in Colfax
Cemetery, near Bad Axe
|Grace Younglove Hudson||RE: Family?|
You need to tell the name me of who we are looking for before I can help you.