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Young, Philip G.

Born: 1805-05-03 Virginia

Died: 1857-04-02

In 1834, Young was working as a minister in Christian Churches in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and New York City. He married Sophia Lobingier in Pennsylvania. After moving to Illinois, Young organized and worked as minister for Christian Churches in Peoria, Putnam, Bureau, and McLean counties. In 1850, Young was living with his family in Bloomington.

Gravestone, Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Bloomington, IL; H. C. Bradsby, ed., History of Bureau County, Illinois (Chicago: World, 1885), 184; U.S. Census Office, Seventh Census of the United States (1850), McLean County, IL, 3; Nathaniel S. Haynes, History of the Disciples of Christ in Illinois, 1819-1914 (Cincinnati: Standard, 1915), 352, 571; George Dallas Albert, ed., History of the County of Westmoreland, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: L. H. Everts, 1882), 547; Alexander Campbell, The Millennial Harbinger (Bethany, VA: Alexander Campbell, 1834), 5:334, 469.