Estate sale in 1784.
Noted events in his life were:
1. Appearance in Document, 30 Nov 1784, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. Account of sales of estate of Younger Neal. Buyers include Sarah Neal and Stephen Neal. Sarah buys most large items, such as furniture. (Chat Co Deeds, Bills, Sales, Inventories and Wills, p88).
2. Appearance in Document, 28 Oct 1797, Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. William Neale, James Neale, Younger Neale as guardians of Thrashley Neale, Stephen Neale and Elizabeth Neale heirs of Younger Neale deceased to George Dismukes their right to land on SW side of Haw River whereon John Fooshee and William Neale now live. 230 acres. (Chat Co Deed Book K, p290).
3. Story. 2488 Younger Neal died before July 1794 [should be 1784 based on date of estate sale]. He married Sarah (died about 1803). Some think Sarah was a Petty, but no proof so far. Inventory of the estate of Younger Neal lists a tract of land 230 acres and one of 100 acres. Sarah was one of the purchasers. Children of Younger and Sarah were William, Younger, Thackley, Stephen, Emsley (female), James, and Elizabeth.
Younger married Sarah UNKNOWN. (Sarah UNKNOWN died circa 1803.)