|Young, John|| ||Easton||Pennsylvania||1759||1788|
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|United Colonies on February 17, 1776||1000 muskets|
|Pennsylvania Council of Safety in April, 1776||130 rifles|
Brother of Henry Young. In tax list of 1780 he was stated as armourer with
£ 232 assessed value of property. In 1763 one gunsmith is recorded for Easten.
On April 17, 1777 he informed the Board of War having sent 700 firelocks to Virginia and has 130 more on hand.
Kentucky Rifles, U.S. Military
Engraved guns of his brother Henry.