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1601 William K. Young, enlisted in the newly formed Enrolled Missouri Militia, 4th Military District, Company F in July, 1862. The Enrolled Missouri Militia was Missouri's own emergency state army created in a hurry in the summer of 1862 when parts of Missouri were overrun by southern guerrillas and Confederate recruiters. As a result, some of the unit organizations were thrown together haphazardly and many did not have good records. He enlisted soon after his brother, Uriah Smith Young Jr., was murdered in May 1862. Young, William K. (I11872)
 
1602 William L. Adams is enumerated as William Patton on the 1850 Monroe County, Indiana census. He is living with his step father and his mother. Adams, Squire William L. (I13256)
 
1603 William Lawrence "Bill" Hughey enlisted in the Navy on 21 Jan 1951. He served on the Battleship New Jersey. He was then transferred to the Panama Canal, where he manned the torpedo nets that were protecting the lock chambers. He mustered out of the Navy in Nov 1955. Hughey, William Lawrence (Bill) (I1854)
 
1604 William M. Raines and Mary Odie Neeley were not married. He was her step father, and for some unknown reason he and Mary adopted John Lawrence Raines. John's parents were both born in Minnesota, and it is not know who they were. Raines, William M. (I11758)
 
1605 William M. Raines and Mary Odie Neeley were not married. He was her step father, and for some unknown reason he and Mary adopted John Lawrence Raines. John's parents were both born in Minnesota, and it is not know who they were. Neeley, Mary Odie (I11740)
 
1606 William Marion Bredrick fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War. He enlisted in Bell's Battalion, Blake's Scouts CSA, Burrough's Battalion, Partisan Rangers and Clarkson's Battalion, Confederate Cavalry, Independent Rangers, A-K Bredrick, William Marion (I8187)
 
1607 William Max Barnhart was killed while erecting a dam for the Western States Oil Company. Barnhart, William Max (I16421)
 
1608 William Middleton, Jr. owned and operated the Halfway Tavern. It is still standing and is located 8.5 miles east of Salem, Marion, Illinois in a turnout on the north side of US 50. Middleton, William Jr. (I12251)
 
1609 William Privett died from consumption. Privett, William (I2017)
 
1610 William S. Shelton never married. Shelton, William S. (I9227)
 
1611 William S. Shelton was living at The Old Mason's Home when he died. Shelton, William S. (I9227)
 
1612 William Shaw was a captain in the War of 1812. Shaw, Capt. William (I15304)
 
1613 William Spottswood Head's headstone states that he died on 26 Apr 1919, and his death certificate states that he died on 27 Apr 1919. Head, William Spottswood (I10366)
 
1614 William Sylvester "Vestor" Chambers and Arkidelphia Serelda "Delphia" Ford had no children. Ford, Arkidelphia Serelda "Delphia" (I11507)
 
1615 William Sylvester "Vestor" Chambers and Arkidelphia Serelda "Delphia" Ford had no children. Chambers, William Sylvester "Vestor" (I11518)
 
1616 William Tubbs is not included in the will of Moses Tubbs. More than likely he is already dead. Tubbs, William (I5636)
 
1617 William W. Brown died from heart disease while serving in the Civil War. Brown, William W. (I11223)
 
1618 William W. Brown, Joseph M. Brown, James F. Brown, and Robert Lafayette Brown all fought in the Civil War with the Company B, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry. Brown, William W. (I11223)
 
1619 William W. Brown, Joseph M. Brown, James F. Brown, and Robert Lafayette Brown all fought in the Civil War with the Company B, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry. Brown, Joseph M. (I10484)
 
1620 William W. Brown, Joseph M. Brown, James F. Brown, and Robert Lafayette Brown all fought in the Civil War with the Company B, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry. Brown, James F. (I11221)
 
1621 William W. Brown, Joseph M. Brown, James F. Brown, and Robert Lafayette Brown all fought in the Civil War with the Company B, 3rd Regiment, Tennessee Infantry. Brown, Robert Lafayette (I11222)
 
1622 William Walton Chunn and Mariah (Mattie) Eva Dulaney Chunn had no children live to adulthood. Chunn, William Walton (I4253)
 
1623 William Walton Chunn and Mariah (Mattie) Eva Dulaney Chunn had no children live to adulthood. Dulaney, Mariah (Mattie) Eva (I3349)
 
1624 William Wiley Weatherford was shot and killed by E. S. Watson. Weatherford, William Wiley (I14656)
 
1625 William Wilkins never married. On his death record it states that he was single. Wilkins, William (I0948)
 
1626 William Wilson Baker and Mary Helen Shipley Baker had 3 children that all died young. Baker, William Wilson (I10424)
 
1627 William Wilson Baker and Mary Helen Shipley Baker had 3 children that all died young. Shepherd, Mary Helen (I10434)
 
1628 Willie Brown Scivally's death record and headstone states that she was born on 12 Jan 1889, and the Social Security Index states that she was born on 12 Jan 1892. Brown, Willie (I10333)
 
1629 Willis C. Carpenter is living in Township 6, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory with his second wife, Margaret Richardson Carpenter, and his son, William W. Carpenter on the 1900 census. Carpenter, Willis C. (I5763)
 
1630 Willis Carpenter and Maston Ross enlisted in the War of 1812, at Rutledge, Grainger, Tennessee on 14 Oct 1813. They served in the 2nd Regiment East Tennessee Volunteer Militia in Captain Thomas Sharps Company commanded by Col Lillard during the Creek Indian War.  Carpenter, Willis O. (I5630)
 
1631 Willis Lester Ross had no children. Ross, Willis Lester (I8906)
 
1632 Wilma Faye Wilkins and Mack Brookshere Brandewiede had no children. Brandewiede, Mack Brookshere (I0146)
 
1633 Wilma Faye Wilkins and Mack Brookshere Brandewiede had no children. Wilkins, Wilma Faye (I0145)
 
1634 Wilma Faye Wilkins graduated in 1940 with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education, from the University of Oklahoma.  Wilkins, Wilma Faye (I0145)
 
1635 Wilson Adams is enumerated as Wilson Patton on the 1850 Monroe County, Indiana census. He is living with his step father and mother. Adams, Wilson (I13330)
 
1636 Winnie Grace Luter never married. Luter, Winnie Grace (I15825)
 
1637 Yandell Young Miller, MD was known as "Uncle Doc" by the family. He lived in Dukedom, Graves, Kentucky. He owned the first Model T car that was ever seen in that part of the country. He practiced medicine and his office was a small building in the front yard of his home. His home was located about 100 yards from the train depot. He had a little white dog that he took with him quite a bit. The dog was shot and killed by 2 young men from Wingo, Graves, Kentucky while they were passing in their car the night before Yandell Young Miller, MD left for World War I. He served as a surgeon during the war.  Miller, Yandell Young MD (I1457)
 
1638 Young Ferrell and Sally Adaline Cummings Ferrell had no children on any of the census records. Cummings, Sally Adaline (I5696)
 
1639 Zachariah Deminieu "Demmie" and "Zeddie" Blackistone, Jr. was a validated American supercentenarian. He was born as one of nine children on a farm in St. Mary's County, Maryland. In around 1890, he travelled to Washington DC by steamboat. He and his siblings had been encouraged by their mother to get government jobs there due to their father's death. Instead, he became a florist apprentice in 1891.
Blackistone started a company called Blackistone Florists in November 1898. Some of his customers were President Theodore Roosevelt and his daughter Alice. A big fan of golf, Blackistone entered the Sea Island Seniors Golf Tournament for the first time when he was 89 years old. He continued competing in this tournament for well over 10 years. Aside from that, he was also an active driver as a centenarian. When he was 100 years old, he renewed his drivers? license for another 4 years by passing the test. He scored 95% on the written test, which comprises of 20 questions. For the road test, he just about met the minimum score criteria of 75. His weak points were forgetting to signal when changing lanes. His strong points were parking lots and not being nervous when taking the test.
It was mentioned that Blackistone was 5'8" tall at the age of 100. He started every morning by making his own breakfast and then running 200 yards outside his apartment house. In an interview when he was 103, he claimed that his occupation as a florist might've contributed to his longevity due to the different tasks he's faced; thus it's a versatile job. His other secrets to his long life was a "clean conscience" and faith in God. All three of his children were alive at the time. He used to take a nap twice a day, 15 minutes each.
At the age of 109, he resided in a nursing home. He still smoked and drank at this high age (although this contradicts another article saying that he quit smoking in the 1920s to protect his health) and could eat anything. The only medicine he used to take was the flower digitalis. When asked what the 21st century would be like, compared to the 20th, he replied "the same".
Blackistone died on 18 April 1982 at the age of 111 years, 61 days. He was the fifth-oldest known living person in the world at the time of his death. Nellie Spencer, Emma Wilson, Mary Phil Cota and Mathew Beard were older. He was also the second-oldest living man in the world, behind Beard.
 
Blackistone, Zachariah Deminieu "Demmie" and "Zeddie" Jr. (I6787)
 
1640 Zilpha Davis and John Lawrence were married by Asaph Jetton. Family F845
 
1641 Zilphia Davis Lawrence and her son, Alexander Elias Lawrence, are living with George W. Lawrence on the 1870 Obion County, Tennessee census record. Davis, Zilpha (I1894)
 

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