Isaac Young Iii (1760 - 1842)

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Father: Isaac Young

Children: Isaac Young Iv

Wife: Elizabeth Yarnell

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1804 - He was 44 years old when on May 14th, Lewis and Clark started out from St. Louis, Missouri on an expedition to explore the West and to find a route to the Pacific Ocean. President Thomas Jefferson commissioned the trip shortly after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. He wanted the new territory mapped and wanted to establish an American presence in the West before Great Britain or other European powers could claim it.

1818 - When he was 58 years old, on March 22nd, Easter Day fell on the earliest possible date in western Christianity. This won't happen again until 2285.

1829 - At the age of 69 years old, Isaac was alive when on May 6th, the patent for an instrument called an "accordion" was applied for by German citizen Cyrill Demian. The patent described the accordion this way: "Its appearance essentially consists of a little box with feathers of metal plates and bellows fixed to it, in such a way that it can easily be carried, and therefore traveling visitors to the country will appreciate the instrument."

1837 - When he was 77 years old, on June 20th, 18-year-old Queen Victoria became the Queen of the United Kingdom upon the death of her uncle William IV - who had died without legitimate heirs. She would reign for more than 63 years, the longest reign of an English monarch until Queen Elizabeth II. Thus began what would be called the "Victorian Era."

1842 - In the year of Isaac Young Iii's passing, on August 14th, General William J. Worth declared that the Florida War - also called the Second Seminole War - was over. It was the "the longest and most costly of the Indian conflicts of the United States", lasting from 1835 to 1842. By the end of the war, it was costing $93,300 per month - plus the pay of the regular soldiers. An agreement allowed the Seminole either to move west or to move to a reservation in southwest Florida.

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Isaac Young Iii, father to 1 child, passed away around 1842 at 82 years old. There is no listed cause of death for Isaac. Isaac was born around 1760. He was born to Isaac Young, and we currently have no other siblings in his family tree. He was the parent of Isaac Young Iv with an unlisted spouse.He married Elizabeth Yarnell.

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