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Youngblood (aka Isaac Youngblood) Cemetery
Panola County,

Youngblood Cemetery near Beckville, Panola County

Historic Marker Information
Isaac R Youngblood
Panola County Pioneer Isaac R Youngblood Was
Born About 1793. He And His Wife Elizabeth, Moved To Texas From Washington, County, Georgia, Before 1846. The County Commissioners Named Him Overseer Of Grand Bluff Road and Part Of A Team To Lay Out A New Road. In 1858 He Deeded Two Acres Of Lane At This Site For A School And Church Use Of A Nearby Spring Was Also Granted In The Deed. According To Tradition, Youngblood Died When He Fell Into His 90-Foot Well. He was Not Buried In Youngblood Cemetery, But IN an Unmarked Grave In A Family Plot 1/4 Mile Away.

Photo Courtesy of Danny Grizzle

Contributed on 8/15/17

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Record #: 131472

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Submitted: 8/15/17 • Approved: 8/17/17 • Last Updated: 3/25/18 • R131472-G0-S3

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