Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Finding Faulkner: The Progeny | Angeline Bruster {Gen 5}

It started, as good quests always do, with a family tale.

Angeline Bruster  (Mary Boak, Achsah, William Bull, James, William) was born in Orange Co, New York, February 1st, 1828, to parents Mary Boak and John Everett Bruster.

Angeline married Eli Horton Young (1829-1876) about 1852, most likely in Orange Co, New York.

The couple had at least three children: all born Lamoine, McDonough Co, Illinois

  • Mary C Young b. Abt 1854 d. UNK
  • Moses Everett Young b. 9 Apr 1856 d. 12 Mar 1948 m. (1)Mary Belle Gilles (2)Luna Gilbert
  • Lewis Bruster Young b. 10 Dec 1860 d. 11 Sep 1947 m. (1)Nettie Fitzgerald (2)Marie C Baker

Eli was born in Orange Co, New York and was a farmer and a merchant in Lamoine, Illinois.

Eli Horton Young died July 20th 1876, he was only 47 years old. Eli is buried in Rosemont Cemetery, Plymouth, Hancock Co, Illinois. 

Angeline appears to have remained a widow, residing in the family home for a time, then removing to Reno Co, Kansas with her son Lewis. Angeline disappeared before 1900, perhaps she remarried?

Angeline Bruster Young died January 6th 1910, location unknown, she was 81 years old. Angeline is buried in Rosemont Cemetery, Plymouth, Hancock Co, Illinois alongside her husband. 

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