About 1745 the family moved from Maryland to North Carolina [see deed from George Cole to John Miles Youngblood, 1745]. Thomas ( who also appears in records as Thomas Y'blood or Wyblood and 'Young' Youngblood), Jacob, Edith, and Ichabod. Thomas Sr. owned land near what is now Raleigh, N.C. and can be found in the 1790, and 1800 U.S. Censuses. His brother, Henry Miles Youngblood, named him as executor of his will in 1773. 
According to his records with the Daughters of the American Revolution, Thomas married Amy Hopkins and made his home in the ninety-six district in the state of South Carolina. He was a cattle drover, a person who moves animals over long distances. Although he did not serve as a soldier during the American Revolutionary War, he is listed for his Patriotic Service, in that he drove cattle to General Greene's Army. 
Thomas' Will was written on March 28, 1816, and recorded in the South Carolina Wills Book C, page 86. From this, we know that his date of death is after that date. His Will was not proved until February 22, 1822, in Edgefield, South Carolina 
DAR Ancestor #: A130303,indicates that Thomas was born circa 1740, in North Carolina, however, birth records indicate that his family did not move to NC until after his birth and christening.
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On 27 Aug 2017 at 00:51 GMT Larry Youngblood wrote:
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On 10 Feb 2016 at 04:37 GMT Hugh Barnes wrote:
http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/document/csr07-0289 He may have fled to SC as a refugee from Alamance
On 29 May 2015 at 17:05 GMT Kathie (Parks) Forbes wrote:
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