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LARRY YARBROUGH

Larry Yarbrough is a native of Franklin, Tennessee. He graduated from Samford University (B. A.), Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (M. Div.), and Columbia Theological Seminary (D. Min.). He served as pastor of First Baptist Church, Gallatin, Tennessee (2005-2015) for ten years and became pastor of Deermeadows Baptist Church, Jacksonville, in 2015. He and his wife Diana have three children.

Source:
Florida Baptist Witness, July 16, 2015, p. 6.

PHILIP M. YEARGAN

Yeargan,Philip

Phillip M. Yeargan (March 30, 1883-May 30, 1954) was born in Alabama. He married
Eula Wilkinson on December 26, 1909, and they had three boys; Omer, Philip,
and Julian. The family moved to Altoona, Florida, in 1923 or 1924. He was a
bivocational pastor and had a rolling store and portable saw mill to make a
living.
Yeargan served as pastor at Altoona, Serrento, and Lindale in Lake County. He
served as pastor of Elecha, Ocklawaha Bridge, Eureka, Oak-Griner, Deland Grove,
Citra, Anthony, and Fairfield in Marion County. He was pastor at Fairfield when
he died.

Secondary Source:
James Leland Luffman, A History of Oak-Griner Baptist Church, 1915-1975, pp.
33-34.

ALFRED G. YOUMAN

Alfred G. Youman was pastor of South Miami Baptist Church in 1931.

Source: 1931 Miami Baptist Association Minutes, p. 4.

ALLEN E. YOUNG

Young,Allen

Allen E. Young (1907-1988) served as a Florida Baptist pastor for more than
50 years. He was ordained by Ballast Point Baptist Church in Tampa to serve
as pastor of Drexell mission which later became First Baptist Church of Land
O Lakes. He served as pastor of First Baptist Church in Elfers, New Zion near
Wauchula, and Calvary in Dade City. He was also pastor of First Baptist Church
in Boynton Beach, Ozoma, Alachua, and Lake Butler. He served at Westside in
Lake Wales and Hopewell in Madison. He and his wife, Ruth Olive Burton Young,
had four children, Betty, Ellen, Mazie, and Paul.

Secondary Source: Florida Baptist Witness, December 22, 1988, p. 10.

CARL YOUNG

Carl Young died March 29, 2000, at his home in Ponce de Leon. He had served
for 31 years as the bivocational pastor of four churches in Holmes, Walton,
and Washington counties. He and his wife, Florence Chambers Young, had five
children.

Secondary Source: Florida Baptist Witness, May 11, 2000.

H. B. YOUNG

H. B. Young was pastor of West Flaglar Park Baptist Church in 1933.

Source: 1933 Miami Baptist Association Minutes, p. 4.

WILLIAM YOUNG

William Young (1821-1894) died in 1894. He was a helper in the organization of the Bushnell Church. Young was born in Laurens County, South Carolina on February 11, 1821. He was baptized on April 3, 1842, and ordained to the ministry in 1844. Young died on June 22, 1894.

Secondary Source: Alachua Baptist Association Minutes, 1894.