I'm sure glad you found them for me in 1860.Appreciate receiving a copy of the census record, and I'll do the same for you.
I have them on the 1850 Pickens, Eastern Div, SC census which also shows first son, Labon Beach Young (after mother Elizabeth Beach), and Elizabeth's mother, Anna Beach.I notice your 1860 has the addition of Emeline, James H., and Martha A.N. (what does that stand for). (There are other Young, Beachs, and Conleys on this census who may prove to be brothers (Youngs) of Phillip, since I've picked up more info on him.
I have them on the 1870 Illinois census, Walkerville Precinct, Greene County, along with some other Youngs.
It is Philip, I am sure, on the 1900 Illinois census, Walkerville Township, along with Elkanah H. (Elkanah Harrison) and his family.
I have Labon, the first son (my great-grandfather)and his family on the 1870 Illinois census, Kane Precinct, Greene County, the 1880 Illinois census, Athensville Twp., Greene County, on the 1900 Oregon census, Springfield Precinct, Lane County, and on the 1905 Military Census of Lane County.
I have more on the Youngs.
I hope you'll check into the forum site and I'll hear from you.