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  1. Jan 6, 2018 · Astronaut John Young, who walked on the Moon during Apollo 16 and commanded the first space shuttle mission, died Friday, Jan. 5, 2018, at the age of 87 from complications of pneumonia. Young began his impressive career at NASA in 1962, when he was selected from among hundreds of young pilots to join NASA's second astronaut class, known as the ...

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    • 2016
  2. Young lived to age 91, outliving Kamehameha the Great, who died in 1819, and served under two of the king’s sons. When American missionaries arrived in 1820, Young advised King Kamehameha II to allow them to stay.

  3. John W. Young, in full John Watts Young, (born September 24, 1930, San Francisco, California, U.S.—died January 5, 2018, Houston, Texas), U.S. astronaut who participated in the Gemini, Apollo, and space shuttle programs. He was the first astronaut to make five—and later the first to make six—spaceflights.

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  4. Nov 27, 2021 · John Young (Twitter) A Black man who once lived on Buffalo, New York’s East Side spent the last few years of his life fighting to be credited as the creator of the world-famous buffalo wings.

  5. Four children were born to John Young's second marriage. Fanny Kekelaokalani, his eldest daughter married George Naʻea and gave birth to a daughter, Emma, who would later marry King Kamehameha IV. Grace Kamaʻikuʻi Young married Thomas Charles Byde Rooke and adopted her niece Emma.

  6. Feb 27, 2023 · John has a complicated relationship with his children, the now-deceased Lee, Jamie, Beth, and Kacey, but dotes on his grandson, Tate. Evelyn Dutton Perhaps the great love of John Dutton’s...