Previously, he had been a lieutenant in one of the garrison companies and was quartered in the Albany house of merchant, Anthony Lispenard. Although considered one of the more able young officers, this European-born veteran of the "Irish War" was sued for child support by Ariantie Vanderheyden in 1695. The following year, he acknowledged paternity and sought custody of the child. With another women, he fathered a daughter in 1696.
Waiting for discharge, instead he was recommissioned as a lieutenant in the company of Captain James Weems. He seems to have left the area before 1700.
The life of Simeon Young is CAP biography number 6901. His background and fate remained to be uncovered.