The Mount Ayr Record-News, 1926
OBITUARY - ALBERT L. YOUNG
Albert L. YOUNG, son of James and Patsy YOUNG, was born in Wayne county, Kentucky, November 25, 1859, and passed away at the
Methodist hospital in Des Mones on September 1, 1926, from a stroke of apeplexy, after which he only lived a few hours. He was
united in marriage July 19, 1878, to Miss Emaline (sic) PARMLEY and soon after moved to Grinnell, Iowa, at which place they made
their home with the exception of four years of which they lived in Ringgold county and farming being his occupation until
recently. To this union were bron fourteen children, six daughters and eight sons, all living except one daughter, Lorene, and one
He leaves to mourn his departure a wife and children: Mrs. Carla SCHNEIFF of Briggsdale, Colo.; Mrs. Cora GOSSIN of
Sioux City, Iowa; Mrs. Clarence BLAIR and Mrs. Lawrence RICE of Kellerton, Iowa; Mrs. Martin MESSICK of Storm Lake, Iowa;
Porter of Newton, Iowa; Park of North Dakota; Oney of Minnesota; Clifford of Wisconsin; Lester of Nebraska; and Denver of Tennessee;
and Roscoe of Newton, Iowa; also there are thirty-six grandchildren and other relatives. No one can fill the vacant place of this life.
The funeral was held at High Point, Rev. K. E. NESBIT delivering the sermon. Interment was at the Oliver cemetery south of Ellston.
NOTE: Emerine (PARMLEY) YOUNG was born in 1860 and died in 1932. Harold YOUNG, son of Emerine and Albert, was born April 28, 1904 and
died October 28, 1925. Emerine and Harold were also interred at Oliver Cemetery near Ellston, Ringgold County, Iowa.
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