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Youngblood Genealogy & History

Youngblood genealogy is typically Swedish, though it may also be Dutch. It was originally a locational name referring to someone who lived near a forest or a group of leafy trees. Blad, or leaf, is a common Swedish surname suffix. The name may also derive from the medieval German name Jungbluth or Jungblut. Alternate spellings include Yungblud, Jongerbloed, and Jungbluth. A Youngblood family crest depicts a white sheep with one foreleg extended, standing on a green hillock under a deep blue sky. Youngblood family history includes former all-star baseball player Joel Youngblood and American-born German singer Sydney Youngblood.

Youngblood Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Berniece Youngblood-- --, 1917April 11,2005IN
Barbara Youngblood-- --, 1925June 21,2007GA
Caddie Youngblood-- --, 1901June ,1976GA
Daisey Youngblood-- --, 1903August ,1981NC

Youngblood Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Youngblood-- --, 1893May ,1982Elkhart,IN
Fairis Youngblood-- --, 1917September ,1982Monroe,LA
G Orville Youngblood-- --, 1918September 9,1996Pickwick Dam,TN
Halies Youngblood-- --, 1910May 24,1998Woodbury,TN

Youngblood Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Ernest YoungbloodJennifer EvansMay 18,2000Wake, NC
Harold YoungbloodJane WoodJune 24,1972Wake, NC
Robert YoungbloodLee AccongioMarch 4,1978Wake, NC
Matthew YoungbloodHeather WillcoxApril 14,2007Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Youngblood

1815th: Skaggs1816th: Goddard
1817th: Reagan1818th: Rider
1819th: Shook1820th: Stallings
1821st: Barth1822nd: Douglass
1823rd: St. John1824th: Lovett

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