Young County is another part of Texas that is named after a notable person. William Cocke Young was born in Tennessee but grew up in Red River County. He had 6 children from his first wife, 2 from the second and another 2 from the third. He turned out to be the first sheriff and was later selected as the attorney of the 7th Judicial District of Texas. He was one of the soldiers who formed the 11th Texas Cavalry and fought against the Indians. He got killed at the age of 50 while looking for a comrade.
To know more about the dwellers of Young County, you can do a background check by asking for court records. You can visit the district court at 516 Fourth Street in Graham or call them at 940-549-0091. You can fax them at 940-549-4874. The constitutional court can also be found at the same location. You can contact them by phone at 940-549-2030 or fax at 940-521-9482.
The justice court of Young County has two precincts. Precinct 1 is located at the same address as the district court and constitutional court. Call them at 940-549-3636 or fax to 940-549-7426. Precinct 3 is at 117 S Grand in Olney. They can be reached by phone at 940-564-5001 or fax at 940-564-3536.
Young County has also a municipal court located at 456 Oak Street in Graham. They can be reached by fax at 940-521-9463. Another municipal court can be reached by phone at 940-564-5770.