Philip R Young (1835 - 1853)

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Philip R Young
1835 - 1853
updated February 06, 2019
Philip R Young was born in 1835. He died in 1853 in Flem, Australia at 18 years old.

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Death

Philip Young died in in Flem, Melbourne & Geelong Parish County, Australia

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Presbyterian, Melbourne & Geelong Parish

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Flem, Melbourne & Geelong Parish County, Australia

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Philip R Young passed away in 1853 in Flem, Australia at 18 years of age. He was born in 1835. We are unaware of information about Philip's immediate family.
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1835 - 1853 World Events

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In 1835, in the year that Philip R Young was born, on June 2nd, P. T. Barnum and his "circus" began their first tour of the U.S. He had paid $1,000 for an elderly slave named Joice Heth, who he claimed was 161 years old and a former nurse for George Washington. Touring the northeast of the U.S., he made more than $1,000 per week. Joice died the next year - at about 80 years old.

In 1840, when he was just 5 years old, on May 7th, the Great Natchez Tornado hit Mississippi. Around 2p, the second deadliest tornado in U.S. history hit Natchez and the surrounding area. It has been estimated to be a F4 or F5 storm and over 317 people were killed - 109 were injured.

In 1848, by the time he was merely 13 years old, on February 21st, The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels - German philosophers - was published in London. The pamphlet said that "The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles".

In 1853, in the year of Philip R Young's passing, in October, the Crimean War began. Allies the Ottoman Empire, France, Britain and Sardinia fought the Russian Empire in a war that began as a religious conflict but ended up being an effort to curb the expansion of the Russian Empire. The war ended in 1856.

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Philip B Young
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Philip C Young
Born: around 1920
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Born: around 1922
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Philip E Young
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James Mclaurin Young
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Australia
John Young
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Richard Young
Died: 1854
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James Young
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Marian Young
1853 - 1854
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Alexander Young
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William Young
Died: 1854
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James Young
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