Transcribed from the book "History of Warrick County" by Goodspeed, Chicago: Goodspeed Bros., 1885, p. 185-86, submitted by Judy. firstfamilies-s-z
Thomas B. Youngblood was born in Anderson Township, this county, June
13, 1827, one in a family of eleven children born to John W. and Anna
(Musgrave) Youngblood, and grandson of Samuel and Jane Youngblood. His
paternal grandfather was a soldier of the Revolutionary war. John W.
Youngblood was a minister of the Methodist Episcopal faith, and one of
the pioneers of Warrick County. He came to Indiana Territory about the
year 1812, and settled in Anderson Township , this county, where he was
married September 21, 1815 . He was one of the best men ever in the
county. The subject of this sketch was raised a farmer, and when twenty
years old married Rachel E. Hinman. He was constantly engaged in farming
and stock-raising from that time until 1882, when he moved to Boonville,
where he now resides, retired from active business pursuits. January 11,
1853, his wife died of quick consumption, leaving three sons: John E.,
James J. and Charles Pl. May 26, 1854, he was married to Mary A. Osborn,
a native of Spencer County, this State, and three of the six children
born to this marriage are now living, named Emma A. (Mrs. Jonah
Barnett), Minerva (Mrs. James A. Bullock) and Flora A. At the age of
eighteen Mr. Youngblood joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, and has
since been an earnest worker in that denomination. In 1872 he was
licensed an exhorter of his faith, and in 1875 was regularly ordained a
minister of that denomination. He is a Christian gentleman and a man
respected and esteemed by a large circle of acquaintances.
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