Shelby  County  Indiana
Newspaper  Articles

Young


The  Kokomo  Tribune
May 1, 1930
Page 5
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          George Dunn  and  Miss Helen Young  of Shelbyville spent Sunday with  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunn.
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin


The  Shelby  Democrat
September 13, 1917
Page 2
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          Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Young,  of Brandywine township, are caring for a ten-pound boy who arrived at their home Thursday night via the Dr. C. A. Tindall stork route.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Republican
Thursday, December 25, 1913
Page 1
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          Mrs. B. B. Early  and  Mrs. Charles Young, of this city, who have been visiting Mrs. Early's mother, Mrs. C. C. Studely, of Lapel, Ind., for several days, have returned home.  They were accompanied by Mrs. Studely, who will spend Christmas here with her daughter.
Contributed by Phyllis Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Wednesday, June 12, 1912
Page 1
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"HAPPY"  MIGHT  AS  WELL  'FESS  UP
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Popular Young Newspaper Collector Takes Unto Himself a Bride
and Then Announces His Engagement.
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MARRIED  BY  REV. MR. SPEAR
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Ceremony Was Performed Two or Three Weeks Ago
and County Clerk Hid Papers.
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          "Secrets will out" sooner or later, and it is now up to Mr. Martin Griffin and his bride, who was formerly  Miss Della Young, to announce their marriage, which occurred between two and three weeks ago, the ceremony being quietly performed early in the evening at the home of the Rev. H. N. Spear, pastor of the First Baptist church, the Rev. Spear performing the ceremony, after which he was pledged to secrecy.
          Two weeks ago Mr. Griffin and his bride announced their engagement through the Democrat, Mr. Griffin being employed during the past year as a collector on that paper.  At the time of the announcement the statement was made that their marriage would occur the latter part of August.  They were at that time, married, or were making final preparations for their wedding.  When they first applied for a marriage license, they wished the matter kept a secret until November.  When the evening came to secure the license, the groom-to-be did not appear at the clerk's office but called there a few days later, secured the license and the marriage took place shortly afterwards.  Both the marriage blanks and marriage return are locked securely in the big iron safe in the county clerk's office and they will probably remain there until Mr. Griffin asks that it be made public.
          Mrs. Griffin is the beautiful and accomplished young daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Matthias Young, west of the city, and has endeared herself to a legion of friends by her accomplishments.  Mr. Girffin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Griffin, of 465 West Mechanic street, and by his integrity, honesty and sobriety numbers his friends by his acquaintances.
          Congratulations are now in order.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming


A  Shelbyville  Newspaper
August 13, 1908
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          Mrs. Dora Young  and duaghters,  Ruth  and  Gladys, have returned home to Lewis Creek after a week here.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, November 16, 1905
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           Mrs. Jacob Stahl  and  Mrs. Will Young  are spending today at Indianapolis.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, November 21, 1895
Page 3, column 2
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          Elizabeth A. Young was Thursday granted a divorce from James C. Young, and given possession of all real estate owned by them.  Young was given the sum of $75.  He is known as "Dynamite Jim" Young, and is in a frightful condition from the wreckless use of that explosive about two years ago.
Submitted by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
July 28, 1894
Page 4   column 2
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          Mr. and Mrs. William Young  entertained ten or twelve couple of young folks at their home on Elm st. last evening.  A delightful time was had by those present and refreshments in the way of ice cream, cake, etc., were served.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming



The  Shelby  Democrat
January 8, 1891
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          George W. McCue and  Belinda Young vs. Jane Phillips et al., petition for partition and sale of real estate, has been filed in the Clerk's office.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Daily  Republican
Friday,  August 10, 1888
Page 1,  column 4
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          James H. Young, a former resident of this county, and a brother of  William Young, of Washington township, has been here visiting his father and other relatives for the past few days.  Before leaving today for his home in Marion county, Iowa, his father, Mr. John Young, presented him with an old silver watch as a keep-sake, which had crossed the ocean three times.  The watch had not been wound for thirty years but it still runs all right.
Contributed by Barb Huff

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