Your info matches mine. Here's the upstream data I have.
Starting at the far end, we have the original American settler in the line, Christopher Youmans (b.approx 1638, d. after 1721) and his wife, Hanna(h?) (b. about 1638)
Their son is Solomon (I) Youmans (b.1667 or 1670, d.after 1720, m.Susanna _??_)
Solomon (I) and Susanna had at least two sons, Solomon (II) Youmans b.1707 d.1997, and Samuel b.1700 d.1797
Here's where we branch. Solomon (II) is your line. Samuel is mine.
Your Solomon (II) then starts three consecutive Samuel's of his own:
Samuel (I) Youmans b.about 1735
Samuel (II) Youmans b.about 1758 d.1827
Samuel Youmans b.Mar.11, 1795 d.1839
And then your Daniel Dusineberre(sp?) Youmans b.Sep.26,1829 d.Apr.4,1896
Hope this is helpful!
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