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William Green was born in Coshocton, Ohio, on 3rd March, 1873. He became a miner and eventually became secretary of the United Mine Workers of America. A member of the Democratic Party he was elected to the Ohio Senate in 1910.

In 1914 Green joined the Executive Council of the American Federation of Labour. In 1921 John L. Lewis, leader of the United Mine Workers of America, failed in his attempt to challenge Samuel Gompers for the presidency of the AFL. When Gompers died in 1924 he was replaced by William Green.

In 1935 John L. Lewis joined with the heads of seven other unions to form the Congress for Industrial Organization (CIO). Lewis became president of this new organization and over the next few years attempted to organize workers in the new mass production industries. This strategy was successful and by 1937 the CIO had more members than the American Federation of Labour.

William Green died on 21st November, 1952.


Green, William T. 1860 - 1911

African-American attorney and civil rights activist. Born in Canada in May, 1860, Green came to the U.S. in 1884 and within a few years was a leader of Milwaukee&aposs black community. In 1889, after an instance of blatant discrimination, he was among those who organized a civil rights convention that created the Union League of Wisconsin and started the lawsuit Howell vs. Litt, which ruled that discrimination by race was illegal. Green is thought to have drafted the state&aposs first civil rights law in 1891 (it passed in 1895, and became the foundation for modern civil rights legislation in Wisconsin).

Green was the first black graduate of the Univ. of Wisconsin Law School (1892), and until his death was the only black lawyer in Milwaukee and the only African-American member of the Wisconsin Bar Association. He was the first black attorney to argue a case before the Wisconsin Supreme Court. His legal work involved everything from murder and assault to worker&aposs compensation and constitutional issues.

In 1912, the Wisconsin Bar Association Proceedings published this short note: "Wm. T. Green died December 3, 1911, aged 48 years [sic]. He graduated from the Law School of the University of Wisconsin in 1892, and practiced is profession at Milwaukee. He was the only negro [sic] lawyer in our ranks. He represented practically all of his race in their trials and tribulations both in the criminal and civil courts and was a worker for the betterment of conditions among his people. He was a Republican and a frequent delegate to the conventions of his party." View more information in Fishel, Leslie H. "The Genesis of the First Wisconsin Civil Rights Act." Wisconsin Magazine of History vol. 49 no. 4 (Summer 1966): 324-333.


Bill Green received his B.A. in History from Gustavus Adolphus College, and his M.A., Ph.D. and J.D. from the University of Minnesota. He has published articles, op-ed pieces, and book chapters on history, law, and education, and he has published two books on race and civil rights in Minnesota history-A Peculiar Imbalance in Early Minnesota: 1837-1869, and Degrees of Freedom: The Origin of Civil Rights in Minnesota, 1865-1914, which won the 2015 Minnesota Book Award-Hognander Prize. He is presently working a history of Minnesota during the period of the Civil war and Reconstruction.

Bill has spoken widely at such places as the Ramsey County Bar Association Bethel Lutheran Church, the Friends of the Ramsey County Library Unity Unitarian Universalist Church in St. Paul, and William Mitchell Law School. He has also lectured at Peabody College-Vanderbilt University, St. John’s University, and Lincoln College-Oxford University. While serving as Superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools, he studied school reform at Harvard University.

He presently serves as vice president of the Minnesota Historical Society.


Augsburg prof William Green wins Minnesota book history award

William D. Green, professor of history at Augsburg University, is winner of the 2020 Hognander Minnesota History Award for his book “The Children of Lincoln: White Paternalism and the Limits of Black Opportunity in Minnesota, 1860-1876” (University of Minnesota Press). This is the second time Green, former superintendent of the Minneapolis Public Schools, has won this award. He was honored in 2016 for his book “Degrees of Freedom: The Origins of Civil Rights in Minnesota, 1865-1912.”

William D. Green is a professor at Augsburg. augsburg.edu)

This biennial award, announced by Friends of the St. Paul Public Library and supported by the Hognander Family Foundation, recognizes and celebrates the most outstanding scholarly work about Minnesota history published in the previous two years. It is presented as part of the 32nd annual Minnesota Book Awards.

Hognander Award judges said Green’s book was chosen “based on its significance to Minnesota’s history, and its contribution to the broader panorama of race relations and the context of Reconstruction in American history.”

“The Children of Lincoln” reveals a pattern of racial paternalism in Minnesota after Emancipation, describing how even “enlightened” white Northerners, fatigued with the “Negro Problem,” came to embrace policies that reinforced a notion of black inferiority.

Frederick Douglass, in an 1876 speech, said white people were “the children of Lincoln” while black people were “at best his stepchildren.”

Through four of these white “children of Lincoln” in Minnesota, Green’s book brings to light a little known but critical chapter in the state’s history as it intersects with the broader account of race in America. In a narrative spanning the years of the Civil War and Reconstruction, readers learn of Minnesotans Morton Wilkinson, the state’s first Republican senator Daniel Merrill, a St. Paul business leader who helped launch Pilgrim Baptist Church, Minnesota’s first African American place of worship Sarah Burger Stearns, founder and first president of the Minnesota Woman Suffragist Association and Thomas Montgomery, an immigrant farmer who served in the Colored Regiments in the Civil War. Each played a part in securing the rights of African Americans and each abandoned the fight as the forces of hatred and prejudice increasingly threatened those rights.

Green is also the author of “A Peculiar Imbalance: The Fall and Rise of Racial Equality in Minnesota, 1837-1869.” He has written pieces on history and law for local publications.


Cabrini Green Housing Project, Chicago, Illinois (1942 -2009)

The Cabrini-Green Housing Project was a Chicago (Illinois) Housing Authority (CHA) managed housing project located on the city’s Near North Side neighborhood. The project was authorized by the Housing Act of 1937 which called for the construction of public housing as part of the effort to eliminate slums in major U.S. cities. The Frances Cabrini Homes, completed in 1942, was the first major public housing project in Chicago and the first section of what would eventually be called the Cabrini-Green Project. Its 586 units provided residence for soldiers temporarily stationed in Chicago during World War II and replacement housing for those who had formerly lived in the “Little Hell” neighborhood, the community demolished to allow construction of this project.

Initially the Frances Cabrini Homes had a “quota” of African American residents. That quota was abandoned as the African American population in Chicago nearly doubled in size between 1940 and 1950 and because white Chicagoans remained adamantly opposed to integrated housing in their neighborhoods. With the passage of the 1949 Housing Act which approved another wave of slum clearance and new public housing construction, the Cabrini Extension, a high rise of 1,921 units was authorized. That project was completed in 1958, followed by the nearby William Green Homes, another high rise building (1,099 units) which was opened in 1962. All three projects became known as Cabrini-Green, and were the first example of high-rise public housing primarily for the African American poor in Chicago.

By 1968 public housing through the city of Chicago was predominantly African American. With high crime and unemployment Cabrini Green, along with other housing projects in the city, came to symbolize the failure of city government in Chicago (and across the nation) to resolve the problems of the concentrated and isolated urban African American poor.

Beginning in the 1980s Chicago political leaders and downtown business interests focused on the redevelopment of Cabrini Green and the surrounding neighborhood. Ironically because of its close proximity to downtown and the expanding Near North Side, an affluent area along Lake Michigan known locally as the Gold Coast, Chicago officials now viewed Cabrini Green as an area that could be “gentrified.” They created the North Town Redevelopment Advisory Council which proposed building mixed-income housing to replace Cabrini Green. The Council also sought to improve public transportation and encourage businesses to locate in the area. These redevelopment efforts were accelerated in 1994 when the Federal Government allocated $50 million to demolish the public housing high rises throughout Chicago.

Three years later in 1997, Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley proposed the demolition of 1,324 units in Green Homes and Cabrini Extension. This plan, however, met resistance from Cabrini Green residents who feared they would be displaced by middle class newcomers as part of the gentrification of the area. The residents formed the Coalition to Protect Public Housing which demanded that housing in the area remain affordable. The Coalition, however, was not successful. By 2009 most of the Cabrini Green units had already fallen to the wrecking ball to make way for the construction of condominiums and town homes in the new North Town Village.


William Green - History


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The photos above are my maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Eliza Jane Green McMahan. She was the second wife of General Gates McMahan. The photo on the left was taken in either 1935 or 1955 in central Florida, probably Seminole County or Brevard County, and is courtesy of cousin Mrs. Mary Buchanan Coffey. The photo on the right was taken shortly before her passing 1964 and is courtsey of my first cousin Mr. Benjamin Harrison McMahan, Jr. I am deeply indebted to these wonderful cousins for their generosity and kindness! Thanks dear ones!


William Green (1753-1832), son of Joseph and Mary McEntire (McIntire) Green, and husband of Drucilla McBrayer (or McBrier, McBriar). My William Thomas Green (1820-1862 CSA - photo above) was his grandnephew. I am William Green's (1753-1832) 5th great grandniece.

William Green (1753-1832) of Rutherford County, NC, became very active in building the new nation. In 1798 he served in the North Carolina House of Commons. He then was elected to serve fourteen terms in the North Carolina State Senate between 1800 and 1824. This photo is from the North Carolina Archives.

If you believe that there is a connection or have corrections / additions to my Green(e) family, please e-mail me directly and put "Green Genealogy" in the subject line. I am learning more about them as time progresses, so, information is subject to change without notice. :o) I have found a terrific western North Carolina genealogy web site at: http://rfci.net/wdfloyd/index.html, W. D. "Bill" Floyd's (SADLY NOW OFF-LINE). It was very well done web site. God bless that wonderful man. I've found many, many answers there.

I have posted much, much more about the GREEN family at my Worldconnect at Rootsweb web site (ID "irisheyes"). Some of them may be 'unlinked' GREEN and GREENE that I found interesting living in and around Rutherford County, NC, and thought others could use in their research.

Thank you for stopping by. May you find all your genealogy questions soon .. and .
Happy Researching Y'all! Pamela 8o>

Some Descendants of Joseph Nathaniel Green
and Margaret Graham

There are more details about these interesting folks at this link. Most of my ancestors were still spelling their name thusly "de Grene", then "Grene", so, I have also spelled the surnames as they did. As I understand it, my direct lineage is as follows:
1) Frodaldus de Bretagne ("of Brittany") (c800-unk married [--?--])
2) Nominoe, Roi de Bretagne ("King of Brittany") (c826 France-c850 France m. Argantael Queen de Bretagne)
3) Gurvand, Comte de Rennes ("Count of Rennes") (c844 France-c877 France m. [--?--] de Bretagne)
4) Pepin III Berenguer de Bayeaux (unk m. [--?--] de Rennes)
5) Judicael, Comte de Rennes (c931 France-c971 France m. Gerberge de Bretagne)
6) Conan I, Comte de Rennes (927/950 France-992 killed in battle, m. Ermangarde D'Anjou)
7) Guethenoc, Viscount de Chateautro-en-Porhoet (c1006 France-1037 France m. [--?--])
8) Josselin I, Viscount de Porhoet, Comte de Rennes (1024 France-1087 France m. [--?--])
9) Alan de la Zouche, Viscount de Porhoet (1066 France-unk m. Princess of Brittany Constance, de Cornwall, granddaughter of William The Conqueror, King of England)
10) Geoffrey de la Zouche, Viscount de Porhoet (1126 France-1187 France or England m. Hawise de Fergant of Cornwell)
11) 1st Lord of Boketon, Sir Alexander De Boketon (1181 England-1236 England m. Lady Isabelle De Cantilupe)
12) 2nd Lord of Boketon, Sir Walter de Boketon (1202-1275 m. [--?--])
13) 3rd Lord of Boketon, Sir John Grene de Boketon (1232-1271 m. [--?--])
14) 4th Lord of Boketon, Sir Thomas Grene de Boketon (1270-1319 m. Lady Alice Bottisham)
15) 5th Lord of Boketon, Sir Thomas de Grene (1288-1352 m. Lady Lucy De La Zouche of Royal Lineage, a cousin)
16) 6th Lord of Boketon, Sir Henry de Grene (1310-1370 m. Lady Katherine De Drayton)
17) Lord of Drayton, Sir Henry de Grene (1352-1399 beheaded m. Lady Matilda De Mauduit)
18) Lord of Isham, Sir Thomas de Grene (1373-1417 2nd m. Lady Ela Malorie 1370-. d/o Ankatil Malorie)
19) Lord of Drayton, Sir John Grene (1408-1486 m. Lady Mary Margaret Grene, d/o Walter de Grene and Elizabeth Warner)
20) Lord of Bowridge Hall, Sir Robert Grene (1421/42-. m. possibly Elizabeth [--?--])
21) Lord of Bowridge Hall, Sir Robert Greene (1500-1558 m. Elizabeth Worgg b:c1503-d:[--?--])
22) Richard "of Stanfford Ryvera" Greene "the Elder" (1527-1608 m. Joan Converse, d/o William)
23) Richard Greene "the Younger" (1550-1660 m. Mary Hooker)
24) John "the Surgeon" Greene (1597 England -1659 Rhode Island 1st wife Joanne Tattershall: 1st of my GREENE in America)
25) James "of Potowomut" Greene (1626 Rhode Island -1698 Rhode Island 2nd m. Elizabeth Anthony)
26) John "of Sussex" Greene (1685 Rhode Island -1757 Virginia m. Mary Increase Allen)
27) Capt. Joseph Greene (1726 Rhode Island -c1771 North Carolina m. Mary McEntire)
28) Jacob Greene (1767 North/South Carolina -1797 South Carolina m. Frances Sara "Fanny" Eaker, d/o Hans Peter Eaker & Anna Barbara)

Generation No. 29

1. Joseph Nathaniel Green (Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born January 04, 1791 in York (fka Tryon, nka Cherokee) County, South Carolina, and died Bet. 1840 - 1850 in possibly Rutherford County, North Carolina. He married Margaret Graham July 22, 1812 in Old Tryon (nka Rutherford) County, North Carolina. She was born Abt. 1797 in Old Tryon (nka Rutherford) County, North Carolina, and died Bet. 1860 - 1895 in possibly Burleston County, Texas.

More About Joseph Nathaniel Green and Margaret Graham:
My biological maternal 4th great grandparents.

Children of Joseph Nathaniel Green and Margaret Graham are:
2 i. Ulysess Caroline Green, (female) born May 03, 1813 in Rutherford County, North Carolina. I have been unable to learn anything further about this young lady to date.
3 ii. Arthur Graham Green, born June 30, 1814 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died in USA.
4 iii. John Graham Green, born September 06, 1815 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died in USA. He married Nancy Permelia Parks September 28, 1847 in Calhoun County, AL daughter of Nathaniel Parks and Mary Meador. She was born January 22, 1827 in Laurens County, South Carolina died January 05, 1871 possibly in Alabama.
5 iv. Mary Green, born February 16, 1817 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died in USA.
6 v. Francis "Fannie" Green, born October 04, 1818 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died in USA.
+7 vi. William Thomas Green, born May 25, 1820 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died February 28, 1862 in Strawberry Plains, Jefferson County, Tennessee (CSA). ** Direct Lineage **
8 vii. Elizabeth Elvira "Alma" Green, born February 16, 1822 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died in USA.
9 viii. Nancy Dills Green, born February 07, 1824 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died in USA.
10 ix. Jacob Ross Green, born February 12, 1827 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died August 27, 1892 in Llano County, Texas. Burial: Garden of Memories, Llano, Llano County, Texas.
11 x. Joseph Pinkney Green, born December 25, 1827 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died August 17, 1900 in Roby, Fisher County, Texas. He married Mary Phoebe Green December 30, 1854 in Calhoun County, Alabama daughter of William Greene (s/o Capt. Isaac Greene & Phoebe West) and Nancy Ann Bates. She was born April 04, 1839 in Benton County, Alabama, and died November 30, 1911 in Oklahoma. She was a cousin. Burial: Roby Cemetery, Roby, Fisher County, Texas.
12 xi. Margaret Sara Catherine Green, born April 16, 1831 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died May 06, 1880 in Bosque County, Texas. She married James Hamilton Parks October 12, 1852 in Calhoun County, AL son of Nathaniel Parks and Mary Meador. He was born March 09, 1834 in Benton (nka Calhoun) County, AL died December 30, 1893 Bosque County, TX. Burial: Meridian Cemetery, Meridian, Bosque County, Texas.
13 xii. Christopher Columbus Green, born October 30, 1834 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died 1896 in Quitman, Brooks County, Georgia. He married Elizabeth Scott January 10, 1858 in Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida daughter of John E. Scott and Hester M. "Hetty" Gray. She was born May 04, 1838 in Jefferson County, Florida, and died April 1923 in Quitman, Brooks County, Georgia.
14 xiii. Samuel Graham Green, born October 30, 1834 in Rutherford County, North Carolina died 1900 in Rutherford County, North Carolina. He married Sisley Padgett October 01, 1857 in Rutherford County, North Carolina. She was born November 19, 1829 in Rutherford County, North Carolina, and died January 14, 1885 in Rutherford County, North Carolina. Samuel Graham Green is buried at Wall's Baptist Church Cemetery, Washburn Community, Rutherford County, North Carolina. Mrs. Sisley Padgett Green is buried at Concord Baptist Church Cemetery, Forest City, Rutherford County, North Carolina.

Generation No. 30

7. William Thomas Green (Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born May 25, 1820 in Rutherford County, North Carolina, and died Abt. March 1862 in Strawberry Plains, Jefferson County, Tennessee (CSA). He married Catherine "Kate" Rogers November 07, 1841 in Rutherford County, North Carolina, daughter of Isaac Rogers (b:c1802 NC d:unk) and Elizabeth Burns (b:c1800 NC d:unk). She was born Abt. 1825 in Rutherford County, North Carolina, and died Aft. January 12, 1880 in Bryson City (fka Charleston Township), Swain County, North Carolina.

Notes for William Green:
WILLIAM THOMAS GREEN and CATHERINE "Kate" ROGERS / RODGERS are my maternal 3rd great-grandparents.

Mrs. Mary Coffey's Grandmother says WILLIAM GREEN died at Strawberry Plains, Jefferson County, TN during The War Of Northern Aggression ('Civil War'). Also that middle initial was T, and she thought Thomas. He possibly fought with the same CSA unit as son Jesse A. Green (note on CSA records says Jesse N. Green). My family history was that he joined the service but came home sick and died there. SOURCE: Another GREEN family researcher.

MY NOTES: Our WILLIAM GREEN was the right age and born in the right place to be Joseph and Margaret's proven son "William (Graham? or Thomas?) Green". His middle name of "Graham" or "Thomas" has not be proven yet either. I believe that either our WILLIAM GREEN had no middle name, or it is the 'GRAHAM' or perhaps 'THOMAS' as stated by others. Verbal history should always be taken with a grain of salt anyway, and the letters 'G' and 'T' can sound a great deal alike after so many decades. :o)

1850 Federal Census - Rutherford County, NC,
GREEN William 30 Male NC shoemaker
GREEN Catherine 27 Female NC
GREEN Jesse 8 Male NC
GREEN Jane 5 Female NC ** My direct line (Marietta Jane GREEN, never married)
GREEN Pinkney 3 Male NC
GREEN Zachariah 1 Male NC.

1860 Federal Census, Webster, Jackson County, NC, pg 16 dwlg 104 fam 104
William GREEN 41 Male NC (occupation not listed)
C GREEN 37 Female NC (Mrs. Catherine Rogers Green)
J N GREEN 16 Male NC (Jesse Nathaniel Green)
M J GREEN 13 Female NC ** My direct line (Marietta Jane GREEN, never married)
P L GREEN 14 Male NC (Pinkney L. Green)
Z T GREEN 10 Male NC (Zachary Taylor Green)

Source: North Carolina Troops: 1861-1865 Page 13
Company A, 16th REG INF NC
William Green, 3rd Lieutenant
Resided in Jackson County where he enlisted at age 43.
Appointed 3rd LT to rank 4-27-1861. Present and accounted for until he resigned on February 27, 1862, by reason of "general prostration of the system from Typhoid Fever and chronic brochitis".

His son Jesse appears in Confederate Rolls for Jackson County, NC (16th Regiment).

The following are listed for Jackson County, NC: William Green, 3rd Lieutenant, Jackson County, NC. Enlisted age 43. Resigned Feb 27, 1862, of "general prostration of the system from typhoid and chronic Bronchitis". The age puts this William as our possible ancestor. Did he possibly re-enlist? or did he die from illness contacted in the war?? I think it is possible he did not die in Tennessee, but returned home and died. (The age here is correct for our William).

We have William Green, 16th Regiment, Company N, enlisted in Jackson County, NC from Rutherford County, NC. Place and date of enlistment not reported. Paroled at Greensboro, NC on May 19, 1865. "Family History" says William Green was killed in the Civil War around Strawberry Plains, TN. So far I have found no verification. The 16th Regiment, which possibly William served in, did see action at Strawberry Plains, Tennessee.

Rutherford County Marriage Bonds: William Green and Catherine Rodgers, Nov 7, 1841. Bondsman: John Freeman. Witness: George W. Logan, CLK. Bond #: 000133761.
MY NOTE: Even though the Marriage Bonds show her maiden name as RODGERS (with a "D") I believe that her name was actually ROGERS (no "D"). It seems that all the families in that area at that time were ROGERS (per documents). This is just my opinion. I am still searching for Mrs. CATHERINE ROGERS GREEN SHERRILL's burial place which, I assume, is in Swain or Jackson County, North Carolina.

Other GREEN Family of Rutherford Co, NC Researchers:
Carol Middleton -- URL: http://homepages.rootsweb.com/

cmddlton/grnrscs.html#anchor986469
NC Volunteers Participating in the Indian Removal, April 7, 1838 -- URL: http://www.ls.net/

More About William Green:
Burial: 1862 to 1865, Strawberry Plains Cemetery, Strawberry Plains, Jefferson County, Tennessee
Census 1: 1850, Rutherfordton, Rutherford County, NC Federal Census
Census 2: 1860, Webster, Jackson Co NC Fed Census Dwelling 104, Family 104 Page 16
Military service: Bet. 1860 - 1862, Company N, 16th NC Regiment, Jackson County (CSA)
Note 1: 1850, Age 30 years, born NC, married, h/h, white, male WILLIAM GREEN
Note 2: 1860, Age 41 years, born NC, married, h/h, white, male WILLIAM GREEN
Occupation: 1850, Shoemaker
Occupation: 1860, unknown, possibly still Shoemaker and/or Farmer
Property: 1853, Grantor: William GREEN, Grantee: Jacob MAGNESS Deed Book 45, Page 1137 (Rutherford Co, NC)
Source: Cemetery Info: http://www.findagrave.com/ Someone posted there he "died 1865" in Strawberry Plains, TN. There is no tombstone photo so this is not proven yet.

More About Catherine "Kate" Rogers:
Burial: Bet. 1880 - 1925, western North Carolina, possibly Swain County
Census 1: 1850, Rutherfordton, Rutherford Co NC Federal Census
Census 2: 1860, Webster, Jackson Co NC Fed Census Dwelling 104, Family 104 Page 16
Census 3: 1880, Charleston Township, Swain County, NC Federal Census NA Film # T9-0983 Page 167C
Note 1: 1850, Age 27 years, born NC, married, wife, white, female CATHERINE GREEN.
Note 2: 1860, Age 37 years, born NC, married, wife, white, female C. GREEN.
Note 3: 1880, Age 55 years old, born NC, married, wife, white, female CATHERN SHERRILL (sic).
Note 4: 1889, Charleston, NC officially became Bryson City, NC (Swain County).
Occupation: 1850, Keeping House
Occupation: 1860, Keeping House
Occupation: 1880, Keeping House
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: NC Mother b: NC

Children of William Thomas Green and Catherine Rogers are:
+ 15 i. Jesse Nathaniel Green, born December 16, 1842 in Rutherford (nka Jackson) County, North Carolina died October 24, 1927 in Ephesus, Lincoln County, Kentucky.
+ 16 ii. Mary Jane Green , born 1845 in Rutherford (nka Jackson) County, North Carolina died Bet. 1914 - 1920 in possibly Swain or Jackson County, North Carolina. ** Direct Lineage **
+ 17 iii. Pinkney D. Green, born Jan 1846 in Rutherford (nka Jackson) County, North Carolina died November 27, 1921 in Banks County, Georgia.
+ 18 iv. Zachary Taylor Green, born March 03, 1849 in Rutherford (nka Jackson) County, North Carolina died July 13, 1926 in Fannin County, Georgia.

Generation No. 31

15. Jesse Nathaniel Green (William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born December 16, 1842 in Rutherford (now Jackson) County, North Carolina, and died October 24, 1927 in Ephesus, Lincoln County, Kentucky. He married Louisiana Hall March 21, 1867 in Pulaski County, Kentucky. She was born September 23, 1844 in Kentucky, and died Aft. October 1927 in Ephesus, Lincoln County, Kentucky.

Notes for Jesse Nathaniel Green:
Jesse N. Green was in Highland, Lincoln County, Kentucky in May 1905.

Here is letter he wrote to George Green:
Dear Nephew,
I rec your kind letter some time ago, but have never taken the time to answer it untill now . I am always glad to get a letter from any of my relatives or friends in my old native land and I would be well pleased to make avisit to that country and spend a month or two if I had the time and money to share, but it don't look now like I'll ever have a chance to come. You wanted to know how many of my children were married. I will give you their names and ages and when those that are married were married.
The oldest ones name is Pinkney Thelman Green age 37 years, and has been married about 17 or 18 years and has 4 living children and 2 dead. He lives in Caboal, Missouri.
The second ones name is Tresa Alice Green, age 35 still at home.
The third ones name was Gilbert Finley Green, he died Jan the 8, 1893 aged 20 years and 7 months.
The fourth ones name is Pedro Dutche Green, age 31 years, has been married about 12 years has 2 children and is now at Fort Lupton, Colorado.
The fifth ones name is Egbert Austin age 29 years and has been married about 9 or 10 years and has 3 children and lives here in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
The youngest ones names is Oscar Moody Green age 22 years and is now in Denver, Colorado and has been for over a year he has nasal catarrh very bad and he went to Colorado to try to improve his health, but he got worse instead of better and is thinking about going to Los Angeles, California.
When you write again tell me if there is any of the Hyde family in that country yet or not or andy of Lequires or Welches. So that is about all that I now to write now so no more at present from your uncle.
(signed) J. N. Green

P.S. I got a letter from your Uncle Taylor sometime ago his PO is Hurst, Georgia. (NOTE: I do not have this letter.)

Reference: Jefferson County, KY death certificates
Kentucky Marriage records: Jesse Green and Louis Ann Hall, married on Marach 21, 1867 Pulaski County, KY.

More About Jesse Nathaniel Green:
Burial: October 26, 1927, Ephesus Baptist Church Cemetery, Lincoln County, KY
Census: 1880, ED 69, Lincoln Co, KY Federal Census NA Film # T9-0428 Page 247B
Occupation: 1880, Farmer
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: NC Mother b: NC

More About Louisiana Hall:
Burial: Bet. 1927 - 1947, Ephesus Baptist Church Cemetery, Lincoln County, KY
Census: 1880, ED 69, Lincoln Co, KY Federal Census NA Film # T9-0428 Page 247B
Occupation: 1880, Keeping House
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: KY Mother b: KY

Children of Jesse Nathaniel Green and Louisiana Hall are:
+ 41 i. Pinkney Thelman Green, born January 04, 1869 in Lincoln County, Kentucky died May 08, 1934 in Louisville, Jefferson County, KY.
42 ii. Theresa Alice Green, born April 15, 1870 in Lincoln County, Kentucky died March 18, 1952 in Lincoln County, KY. Burial: Ephesus Baptist Church and Cemetery, Ephesus, Lincoln County, KY.
43 iii. Gilbert Finley Green, born June 08, 1872 in Lincoln County, Kentucky died January 08, 1893 in North Carolina or Kentucky.
44 iv. Pedro Dutche Green, born June 22, 1874 in Lincoln County, Kentucky died May 22, 1920 in Lincoln County, KY. Burial: Ephesus Baptist Church and Cemetery, Ephesus, Lincoln County, KY.
45 v. Egbert Austin Green, born October 03, 1876 in Lincoln County, Kentucky died October 20, 1940 in Lincoln County, Kentucky. He married Mary Susan "Susie" Anderson in Kentucky, daughter of Steven D. Anderson and Mahala C. Delaney born October 03, 1876 died October 23, 1958 in Lincoln County, Kentucky. Burial: Ephesus Baptist Church and Cemetery, Ephesus, Lincoln County, KY.
46 vi. Oscar Moody Green, born April 30, 1883 in Lincoln County, Kentucky died May 23, 1963 in Los Angeles County, California. He married Mary B. Gleichwe Bet. 1902 - 1918 in California born January 04, 1889 in California died February 10, 1964 in Los Angeles County, California. Burial: unknown.

16. Mary Jane "Marthy" Green (William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born 1845 in Rutherford (now Jackson) County, North Carolina, and died Bet. 1914 - 1934 in possibly Swain County, North Carolina. She met (1) William Pendleton "Penn" Hyde Abt. 1865 in never married, illegimate son of William Holland Thomas and Catherine "Peggy" Hyde. He was born February 01, 1843 in Jackson County, North Carolina, and died July 13, 1929 in Jackson County, North Carolina. She met (2) Andrew Calvert "Andy" Wiggins Abt. 1869 in never married. He was born April 25, 1844 in Macon County, North Carolina, and died March 20, 1896 in Swain County, North Carolina. She met (3) Joseph M. Jones 1875 in Swain County, North Carolina. He was born Abt. 1842 in North Carolina, and died Bet. 1920-1945 in Henderson County, North Carolina. She met (4) Andrew "Andy" Watkins Abt. 1876 never married. He was born October 1842 in Alamance County, North Carolina, and died September 07, 1918 in Swain County, North Carolina. She met (5) [--?--].

Notes for Mary Jane Green:
MARY JANE GREEN is my maternal great great grandmother. The birthfather of my Eliza Jane GREEN is still in question. Regrettably, those records were destroyed in a courthouse fire and lost to history.

Mary Jane Green never married. "Family History" says Jane was sent to help move family belongings with two men, ANDREW WATKINS AND JOHN PARRISH. One of these two is the father of George Green but is not necessarily the father of her other children.

Mrs. Mary Buchanan Coffey, a direct descendant of her son GEORGE GREEN, has a postcard to George dated January 1914. It stated to "come at once" and that his mother was very sick with a cancer of the breast. This postcard was sent from Swain County, NC. SOURCE: Mary B. Coffey

GEORGE GREEN lived with the WATKINS some as he was growing up. He was living with them at the age of 3 years in 1880 Charlestown, Swain Co, NC Federal Census with his mother as "Servant".

The Watkins had two other children that we know of:
Andrew WATKINS who later lived in California
Elvira WATKINS who married Will MONTEITH - issue: May Monteith, Pearl Monteith

ANDREW WATKINS b. Oct. 1842, d. Sept 7, 1918, his wife SARAH MELVINA "Sally" WIGGINS WATKINS b. June 03, 1840 Macon Co, NC, d. May 22, 1914, are buried in the Randall Cemetery, Swain County, NC. Listed in the Fontana Dam Project. From Bryson City, take S.R. 1333 (Toot Hollow Rd.) two and 1/10 miles. The cemetery is on the left of the road. Easy to find, it is right beside the road.

JOHN PARRISH lived on Conley's Creek, Swain County, NC.

"Family History" says Jane was 14 when she had George, but the dates do not agree. Jane was born in 1845, George Green was born in 1879. Also Jane had other children before George.

Jane is supposed to be buried in Swain County, NC. But I have not found a death certificate or tombstone. Delayed birth certificate for George Green in Swain County, NC gives Jane as mother, born in Rutherford County, NC in 1845.

Mary Jane Green is listed on the 1900 Census for Haywood County, North Carolina with J. T. KILBY and wife LAURA (GREEN) KILBY. Lists her incorrectly born in 1854. Interestingly it gives Jane as a widow, with 11 living children. We only know of 5 for sure. The Kilby's are living next door to William Taylor Wilson and Martha Rachel Wilson, brother and sister. Martha Rachel Ann Wilson married George Zachery Taylor Green, son of Jane Green, and brother of Laura Green Kilby. This is our 'Marietta Jane Green'.

JANE GREEN was forced to name the father(s) of her children in court!
Jackson County, NC -- April 1866 -- Bastardy Bonds
Jane Green vs. W. P. Hyde **
URL: www.shahall.com

Swain County, NC -- October 16, 1871 -- Bastardy Bonds
Marthy Jane Green vs. A. C. Wiggins (Andrew Calvert Wiggins b:25 APR 1844 Macon Co), Andrew Watkins
SOURCE: Swain County Bastardy Bonds 1871-1880 County Record 091.102.1

More About Mary Jane Green:
Bastardy Bonds 1: April 1866, Jackson County, North Carolina JANE GREEN vs. W. P. HYDE
Bastardy Bonds 2: October 16, 1871, Swain County, North Carolina Marthy Jane GREEN and Andrew WIGGINS
Burial: Bet. 1914 - 1934, North Carolina
Census 1: 1850, Rutherford County, NC Federal Census
Census 2: 1880, Charleston Township, Swain County, North Carolina NA Film # T9-0983 Page 166B
Census 2: 1900, Haywood Co NC Fed Census living with KILBY family
Medical (Facts Pg): Died from Breast Cancer
Note 1: 1880, Living next door to mother & step-father, ISAAC SHERRILL
Occupation: 1880, Servant
Occupation: 1900, None listed
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: NC Mother b: NC

Notes for William Pendleton "Penn" Hyde:
William Pendleton "Penn" HYDE was the illegitimate son of CATHERINE "Peggy" HYDE (b:30 Sep 1819 Burke Co NC d: 20 Apr 1896 NC) and WILLIAM HOLLAND "Little Will" THOMAS (b:05 Feb 1805 Haywood Co NC d: 17 May 1893 NC). Mr. Thomas and Miss Hyde had at least 5 children together (per Worldconnect submitter ID "Church Grove").

W. P. HYDE 1st married SUSANNAH EMILY BATTLE (b:c1842 NC d:08 May 1896 Swain Co NC) on 03 November 1875 in Whittier, Jackson Co, NC, d/o Walker Battle(s) and Mary Jenkins
W. P. HYDE 2nd married PARSEY ANN LOVINA CAGLE (b:04 Jul 1865 Haywood Co NC d: 24 Apr 1963 Swain Co NC) on 28 August 1896 in Oconoalufty, Swain Co, NC, d/o Jacob Cagle and Martha L. J. Caldwell.

Since my Jane Green and William Pendleton Hyde seemed to follow one another about in the Census' records there's a chance that he also fathered some of her other children? Or perhaps he just wanted to be near his first born child. At any rate, I do have a strong reason to believe that he may be the birth father of my ELIZA JANE GREEN also.

Notes About Andrew Calvert "Andy" Wiggins:
Andy was the son of James Holland "Newt" Wiggins and Mary Elvira "Polly" Sherrill. He and Sarah Melvina "Sally" Wiggins (married Andrew Watkins) are siblings. Andy married Mary C. Johnson February 29, 1872 in Swain County, North Carolina. She was born August 1846 in Macon County, North Carolina, and died September 23, 1886 in Swain County, North Carolina. Mary and Andy are buried in the Randall Cemetery, Swain County, North Carolina.

More About Andrew Calvert "Andy" Wiggins:
Age at Death (Facts Pg): 1880, Age 36 years, born NC, married (to Mary C.), h/h, white, male ANDREW WIGGINS
Bastardy Bonds: October 16, 1871, Swain County Bastardy Bonds 1871-1880 County Record 091.102.1
Burial: March 22, 1896, Randall Cemetery, Swain County, North Carolina
Census: 1880, Charleston, Swain Co NC Fed Census NA Film # T9-0983 Page 168B
Occupation: 1880, Farmer
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: NC Mother b: NC
Source: 1880, FamilySearch.org 1880 Census On-Line

More About William Pendleton "Penn" Hyde:
Bastardy Bonds: April 1866, Jackson County, North Carolina JANE GREEN vs. W. P. HYDE
Burial: 1929, Campground Cemetery, Indian Hills, Jackson County, North Carolina
Census: 1880, Ocona Lufty, Swain Co NC Fed Census NA Film # T9-0983 Page 207A
Note: 1880, Age 37 years, born NC, married, h/h, white, male W. P. HYDE
Occupation: 1880, Farmer
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: NC Mother b: NC

More About Andrew "Andy" Watkins:
Bastardy Bonds: October 16, 1871, Swain County, North Carolina Marthy Jane GREEN and Andrew WADKINS
Burial: September 09, 1918, Randall Cemetery, Bryson City, S.R. 1333 (Toot Hollow Rd), Swain County, North Carolina
Census 1: 1850, Alamance Co NC Federal Census (son of Joseph WATKINS)
Census 2: 1880, Charleston (now Bryson City), Swain Co NC Fed Census NA Film # T9-0983 Page 166B
Note 1: 1850, Age 6 years old, born NC, single, white, male, at home (son of JOSEPH) ANDREW WATKINS
Note 2: 1880, Age 36 years, born NC, married, h/h, white, male ANDREW WADKINS
Occupation: 1880, Farmer
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: NC Mother b: NC
Source 1: Fontana Dam Project
Source 2: "Swain County Bastardy Bonds 1871-1880 County Record 091.102.1"
Source 3: Cemetery URL :: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/swain/cemeteries/randall.txt
Source 4: 1850, FamilySearch.Org 1850 Census On-Line
Source 5: 1880, FamilySearch.Org 1880 Census On-Line
Tombstone Inscription: "Andrew Watkins, b. October, 1842, d. September 7, 1918" bur. next to spouse & WIGGINS

ANDREW WATKINS b. Oct. 1842, d. Sept 7, 1918, his legal wife SARAH MELVINA "Sally" WIGGINS WATKINS b. June 03, 1840 Macon Co, NC, d. May 22, 1914, are buried in the Randall Cemetery, Swain County, NC. Listed in the Fontana Dam Project. From Bryson City, take S.R. 1333 (Toot Hollow Rd.) two and 1/10 miles. The cemetery is on the left of the road. Easy to find, it is right beside the road. Their known children were: Elvira Watkins, born May 13, 1870 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina died November 15, 1936 in Swain County, North Carolina. Burial: November 17, 1936, Randall Cemetery, Bryson City, S.R. 1333 (Toot Hollow Rd), Swain County, North Carolina and James A. Watkins, born July 04, 1872 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina died June 17, 1923 in California but buried in Swain County, North Carolina. Burial: June 19, 1923, Randall Cemetery, Bryson City, S.R. 1333 (Toot Hollow Rd), Swain County, North Carolina.

Children of Mary Jane Green and William Pendleton Hyde is:
47 i. William Thomas Green, born July 15, 1865 in Jackson County, North Carolina died May 11, 1956 in Union, Union County, SC. He married Donia Mariah Gibbs 1892 in Swain County, NC daughter of William S. M. "Captain" Gibbs and Cynthia Aveline Battle. She was born May 1866 in Quallatown, Jackson County, NC died February 28, 1944 in Union, Union County, SC.

More About William Thomas Green:
Burial: Rosemont Cemetery, Union, Union County, South Carolina.
Census 1: 1900, Swain Co NC Fed Census, Charleston Twnsp, Supv. Dist. 9, ED 104, Lines 17-21, Enum. 12 Jun 1900, Sheet 13, Pg. 239A
Census 2: 1920, Union County, SC Federal Census Page 240
Census 3: 1940, East Flat Rock, Henderson Co, North Carolina Roll: T627_2928 Page: 7A Enumeration District: 45-9

More About Donia Mariah Gibbs:
Burial: Rosemont Cemetery, Union, Union County, South Carolina.
Census 1: 1900, Swain Co NC Fed Census, Charleston Twnsp, Supv. Dist. 9, ED 104, Lines 17-21, Enum. 12 Jun 1900, Sheet 13, Pg. 239A
Census 2: 1920, Union County, SC Federal Census Page 240
Census 3: 1940, East Flat Rock, Henderson Co, North Carolina Roll: T627_2928 Page: 7A Enumeration District: 45-9

Children of William Thomas Green and Donia Mariah Gibbs are:
i. Annie L. Green, born August 1887 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina
ii. Robert Andrew Green, born November 04, 1893 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina died March 19, 1963 in Durham, Durham County, North Carolina buried Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina. He married Cleo Penland, born April 28, 1899 in Buncombe County, North Carolina died April 09, 1980 in Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina. Burials: Memorial Park Cemetery, Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina.
iii. Mary Ivy Green, born April 1896 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina.
iv. Donia Mariah Green, born December 29, 1899 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina died February 14, 1986 in Swain County, North Carolina. Burial: February 16, 1986, Swain Memorial Park, Section A, near Bryson City, Old Deep Creek Road (SR 1344), Swain County, North Carolina
v. Jessie Marie Green, born September 28, 1901 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina died May 15, 1988 in Flat Rock, Henderson County, North Carolina. She married James Arthur Stepp, born April 13, 1892 Henderson County, North Carolina died October 04, 1960 Flat Rock, Henderson County, North Carolina. Burials: Shepherd Memorial Park, Canaan Section, Hendersonville, Henderson County, North Carolina.
vi. Algeria Dillie Green, (female/twin) born June 24, 1905 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina died April 24, 1966 in Broward County, Florida buried Hickory, Catawba County, North Carolina. She married Ellis William Cochran son of Levi Cochran and Jennie Baines, born March 09, 1903 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina died March 14, 1978 in Hickory, Catawba County, North Carolina.
vii. Willie Green, (female/twin) born June 24, 1905 in Charleston (nka Bryson City), Swain County, North Carolina died April 28, 1995 Union, Union County, South Carolina. She married (1) William Jesse "Possum" Jolly, abt. 1925, son of W. R. Jolly and Minnie Mitchell born 23 Jan 1902 Union County, South Carolina died February 13, 1952 in Union, Union County, South Carolina. She (2) [--?--] Cromer. Willie & William burials: Rosemont Cemetery, Union, Union County, South Carolina.

Child of Mary Jane Green and Andrew Calvert Wiggins is:
+48 i. Mary Green, born May 16, 1870 in Jackson County, North Carolina died December 20, 1918 in Jackson County, North Carolina.

Child of Mary Jane Green and Andrew Watkins is:
+49 ii. George Zachary Taylor Green, born July 10, 1877 in Swain County, North Carolina died September 10, 1964 in Ocala, Marion County, Florida but buried in Haywood Co, North Carolina.

Child of Mary Jane Green and Joseph M. Jones is:
50 i. Laura Green, born March 1876 in Jackson County, North Carolina died Aft. 1900 in possibly Henderson County, North Carolina. She married James T. Allen "Jim" Kilby March 27, 1891 in Jackson County, North Carolina born January 1866 in Union, Wilkes County, North Carolina died Aft. 1900 in possibly Hendersonville, Henderson County, North Carolina.

More About Laura Green:
Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery, Henderson County, NC
Census 1: 1880, Ocona Lufty, Swain County, NC Federal Census NA Film # T9-0983 Page 207 B
Census 2: 1900, Haywood County, NC Federal Census living with Mother MARIETTA JANE GREEN
Note: 1880, Age 5 years, listed as "other", living with H. P. CHILDERS (age 73), wife SARAH (age 79), ARLINDA WILSON and JOHN WILSON (age 21) "step-children".
Occupation: Keeping House

More About James T. Allen "Jim" Kilby:
Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery, Henderson County, NC
Census 1: 1880, Union, Wilkes County, NC Federal Census NA Film # T9-0987 Page 85A
Census 2: 1900, Haywood County, NC Federal Census living with Mother-In-Law MARIETTA JANE GREEN
Occupation: 1880, Works on Farm
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: NC Mother b: NC

Child of Mary Jane Green and [--?--] is: ** Direct Lineage **
+51 iii. Eliza Jane "Liza" Green, born August 04, 1879 in Oconaluftee (Oconee Lufty Township), Swain County, North Carolina died January 01, 1965 in Winter Park Hospital, Winter Park, Orange County, Florida at 1:40 am but living at Vine Road, Oviedo, Seminole County, FL. ** Direct Lineage **

17. Pinkney D. "Pink" Green (William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born Jan 1846 in Rutherford (nka Jackson) County, North Carolina, and died November 27, 1921 in Banks County, Georgia. He married Mary Lettie Youngblood 03 May 1869 in Blount County,​ Tennessee. She was born July 03, 1848 in Swain County, North Carolina, and died November 16, 1922 in Banks County, Georgia.

More About Pinkney D. Green:
Burial: Riley-Bolton Cemetery, Greene Family Plots, Banks Crossing, Banks County, Georgia
Census: 1880, Nantahala, Swain County, NC Federal Census NA Film # T9-0983 Page 189C
Census: 1900, Habersham Co GA Fed Census, Clarkesville, GM 409, ED 61, Series T623-202, Sheet 6A, Page 24
Census: 1910, Franklin Co GA Fed Census, Ashland, GM 1686, ED 46, Series T624-189, Sheet 5B, Page 134
Occupation: 1880, Laborer
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: NC Mother b: NC

More About Mary Lettie Youngblood:
Burial: Riley-Bolton Cemetery, Greene Family Plots, Banks Crossing, Banks County, Georgia
Census: 1880, Nantahala, Swain County, NC Federal Census NA Film # T9-0983 Page 189C
Census: 1900, Habersham Co GA Fed Census, Clarkesville, GM 409, ED 61, Series T623-202, Sheet 6A, Page 24
Census: 1910, Franklin Co GA Fed Census, Ashland, GM 1686, ED 46, Series T624-189, Sheet 5B, Page 134
Occupation: 1880, Keeping House
Parents Information: 1880, Father b: NC Mother b: NC

Children of Pinkney D. Green and Mary Lettie Youngblood are:
52 i. Thomas C. Green, born 1874 in Georgia died unknown.
53 ii. William J. Green, born 1879 in Nantahala, Swain County, North Carolina died unknown.
54 iii. James Rufus Green, born January 28, 1881 in Nantahala, Swain County, North Carolina died July 26, 1961 in Jackson County, Georgia. He married Fannie Daisy Payne January 5, 1905 in Banks County, Georgia. She was born March 1889 in Cornelia, Habersham County, Georgia died April 01, 1965 in Jackson County, Georgia.
55 iv. Edd Frank Green, born October 17, 1887 in Clarkesville, Habersham County, Georgia died March 20, 1965 in DeKalb County, Georgia. He married (1) Tulie A. Chitwood. She was born September 12, 1885 in Gunnell, Franklin County, Georgia died July 24, 1925 in Banks County, Georgia. He married (2) Mattie Lou Reed. She was born Abt. 1904 in Franklin County, Georgia died Bet. 1940-2005 USA. Edd & Tulie are buried: Riley-Bolton Cemetery, Banks Crossing, Banks County, Georgia.
56 v. Lam James Green, (male) born November 30, 1892 in Clarkesville, Habersham County, Georgia died May 26, 1960 in Athens, Clarke County, Georgia. He married Bessie E. Smith. She was born November 14, 1897 in Byruns, Franklin County, Georgia died January 10, 1969 in Athens, Clarke County, Georgia.

18. Zachary Taylor Green (William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1 De Boketon) was born March 03, 1849 in Rutherford (now Jackson) County, North Carolina, and died July 13, 1926 in Fannin County, Georgia. He married Arminda Angeline Davis January 21, 1877 in Swain County, North Carolina, daughter of Phillip Pinkney Davis and Elizabeth P. "Betsy" Barnett. She was born May 20, 1856 in Bryson City, Swain County, North Carolina, and died March 26, 1921 in Fannin County, Georgia.

Notes for Zachary Taylor Green:
ZACHARY TAYLOR "Taylor" GREEN moved to Fannin County, Georgia about 1900. That's probably why his brother, GEORGE GREEN, also moved to Georgia.

There were Bastardy charges filed against ZACHARY TAYLOR GREEN 1871-1880 by Nancy LeQUIRE in Swain County, NC. I do not know which child was involved yet or even if the child survived to adulthood. Nancy LeQuire was born Abt. 1843 in Rutherford Co, NC and is the daughter of Minor LeQUIRE and Irene (or Arrena) WOMACK. SOURCE: Swain County Minute Docket Superior Court 1871-1883 C.R.091.311.1 .

Nancy LeQuire moved to Fannin County, Georgia, and had more children by Joseph L. Bailey (b: 19 Dec 1847 Rutherford Co, NC d: May 1938 Cherokee Co, SC). They officially married on October 17, 1884 in Fannin County, GA. They are found in the 1880 Hot House, Fannin Co, GA Federal Census.

An agreement made on April 6, 1891 between E. P. Womack, W. H. Davis, D. R. Davis and wife Mary J. Davis, T. J. Davis and wife Isabell Davis, J. A. Davis and wife Mira A. Davis, J. L. Thomasson and Nancy C. Thomasson, Z. T. GREEN and wife ARMINDA A. (DAVIS) GREEN, all of Swain County and parties of the scond part for an option to test for Kaolin minerals on a property willed to them by A. Womack.

A deed made on Feb. 21, 1902, by Elizabeth Womack, widow of A. Womack, and her heirs, viz., T. J. Davis of Fannin County, GA., the heirs of Nancy Thomasson, deceased, J. A. Davis of Polk County, D. R. Davis of Swain County, NC, ARMINDA (DAVIS) GREEN AND HER HUSBAND, Z. T. GREEN, of Cherokee County, NC, D. R. Davis of Swain County, NC and W. H. Davis of Fannin County, GA, for the sale of this same property. (These were Arminda's sisters and brothers).

More About Zachary Taylor Green:
Burial: July 15, 1926, Concord Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Fannin County, GA
Census: 1880, Swain County, NC Federal Census

More About Arminda Angeline Davis:
Burial: March 28, 1921, Concord Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Fannin County, GA

Children of Zachary Taylor Green and Arminda Davis are:
+57 i. William Thomas Green, born June 27, 1877 in Bryson City, Swain County, North Carolina died November 09, 1953 in Gastonia, Gaston County, North Carolina.
58 ii. Blon Green, (female) born Bet. 1878 - 1918 in Cherokee County, North Carolina died Bet. 1878 - 1918 in Cherokee County, North Carolina. Died in infancy. Burial: Peachtree Cemetery, Cherokee County, North Carolina.
59 iii. Nancy Green, born Bet. 1878 - 1918 in Cherokee County, North Carolina died Bet. 1878 - 1908 in Cherokee County, North Carolina. Died in infancy. Burial: Peachtree Cemetery, Cherokee County, North Carolina.
+60 iv. Caroline Elizabeth "Callie" Green, born May 07, 1881 in North Carolina died June 30, 1924 in Mineral Bluff, Fannin County, Georgia.
61 v. Sarah Ann Green, born 1886 in Bryson City, Swain County, North Carolina died 1964 in Fannin County, Georgia. She married James Veneable "Jim" Kincaid Bet. 1902 - 1909 in Fannin County, Georgia born May 03, 1883 in Fannin County, Georgia died October 03, 1965 in DeKalb County, Georgia.
+62 vi. Jesse Phillip Green, born March 17, 1889 in Bryson City, Swain County, North Carolina died April 01, 1956 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia from a house fire.
63 vii. Dena Melinda "Hattie" Mae Green, born February 26, 1893 in Bryson City, Swain County, North Carolina died April 19, 1979 in Fannin County, Georgia. She married Thomas Avery Warren, Sr. 1914 in Fannin County, Georgia son of Andrew Jackson Warren and Candis Elizabeth Daves. He was born September 04, 1893 in Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia died July 31, 1980 in Fannin County, Georgia. Burials: Upper Wilscot Cemetery, Hurst, Fannin County, Georgia.
64 viii. John Gilbert Green, born August 18, 1894 in Bryson City, Swain County, North Carolina died November 26, 1917 while training for World War I in Camp Wheeler, near Macon, located in both Bibb County and Twiggs County, Georgia. Notes for John Gilbert Green: Military service: World War I (mustered up), died while in training. A Little About Camp Wheeler: MACON -- . More than half a century later, residents near the old military camp in Bibb and Twiggs counties said they want the mortar shells and other ordnance removed from the area before someone else gets hurt. . Camp Wheeler was established in 1917 and was a temporary training camp for 29,000 officers and enlisted men in the National Guard. The camp officially closed two years later, but reopened in 1940 as an Infantry Replacement Training Center. It closed in 1946. . SOURCE: Georgia Times-Union newspaper, July 10, 2003, Page B-1 "Georgia" Section article from Associated Press.
65 ix. Bessie Green, born September 09, 1896 in North Carolina died October 09, 1958 in Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia. She married Roy A. Adams Bet. 1914 - 1921 in NC or GA born December 09, 1896 in North Carolina died September 09, 1939 in Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia. Burial: Concord Baptist Church Cemetery, Morganton, Fannin County, Georgia.
66 x. Arnold Lee Green, born July 27, 1898 in Cherokee County, North Carolina died April 19, 1966 in Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia. He married Velma Elsie Farmer May 07, 1922 in Wiscott, Fannin County, Georgia born May 05, 1903 in Wiscott, Fannin County, Georgia died April 11, 1997 in Smyrna, Cobb County, Georgia. Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia.

Generation No. 32

41. Pinkney Thelman Green (Jesse Nathaniel21, William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born January 04, 1869 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, and died May 08, 1934 in Louisville, Jefferson County, KY. He married (1) Sarah C. DeLaney Bet. 1873 - 1893 in Kentucky. She was born February 19, 1873 in Kentucky, and died March 07, 1914 in Colfax Township, Harrison County, KY. He married (2) Hester G. Weaver May 07, 1916 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. She was born May 14, 1898 in Pulaski County, KY, and died February 06, 1980 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.

Notes for Pinkney Thelman Green:
PINKNEY THELMAN GREEN moved back to Kentucky after SARAH's death and married HESTER WEAVER.

According to Grant Baldwin @ quantum-info.com: "Pinkney was a circuit preacher and at one time the family lived on a houseboat". (Must have been in the Cobaol, Missouri, area.) Grant Baldwin's grandmother, daughter of PINKNEY GREEN, did not talk about her family, so, none of his aunts knew much. There were also stories that PINKNEY drank too much. Grant's grandmother was BESSIE MAE GREEN b: 30 Aug 1896 Cabaol, MO. She had two sisters BERTHA and MAUDE.

More About Pinkney Thelman Green:
Burial: May 10, 1934, Coral Ridge Cemetery, Fairdale, Jefferson County, KY
Census: 1880, ED 69, Lincoln Co, KY Federal Census NA Film # T9-0428 Page 247B
Census: 1900, Randolph Co AR Fed Census, DeMun Twnsp, Pocahonta city PO, ED 106, Series T623-74, Sht 9A, Pg 62A
Census: 1910, unknown
Census: 1920, Texas Co MO Fed Census, Burdine Twnsp, ED 103, Series T625-965, Sht 11A, Pg 18A
Note: 1880, Age 12 years, born Kentucky, At Home

More About Sarah C. DeLaney:
Burial: March 09, 1914, Coral Ridge Cemetery, Fairdale, Jefferson County, KY

More About Hester G. Weaver:
Burial: Evergreen Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
Marriage 2: Mr. Mobley
Parents: Basil M. Weaver and Armintha Reynolds. They are buried in Wheeldon Cemetery, Hwy 328, Eubank, Pulaski County, Kentucky.

Children of Pinkney Thelman Green and Sarah C. DeLaney are:
i. Virgil Lee Green, born 11 Apr 1889 in Lincoln County, Kentucky died October 26, 1967 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri. He married (1) Mary Ethel Doss. He married (2) Pearl Trusty.
ii. Bertha A. Green, born Jan 1891 in Lincoln County, Kentucky died Bet. 1940-1990 possibly in Arkansas. She married John Henry Holden November 22, 1908 in Texas County, Missouri. Divorced Bet. 1920-1930 probably in Missouri He was born December 25, 1878 in Anderson County, Kansas died December 26, 1936 in Cabool, Texas County, Missouri. His burial: Cabool Cemetery, Cabool, Texas County, Missouri.
iii William A. Green, born Apr 1892 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri died Bet. 1900-1910 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri.
iv. Bessie Mae Green, born August 30, 1896 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri died February 03, 1974 in Miami, Ottawa County, Oklahoma. She married David Franklin Darter born June 01, 1892 in unknown died October 03 in Miami, Ottawa County, Oklahoma.
v. Jesse Nathaniel Green, born August 17, 1899 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri died September 16, 1900 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri. Burial: Cabool Cemetery, Cabool, Texas County, Missouri.
vi. Harvey Clarence Green, Sr., born March 15, 1903 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri died August 16, 1975 in Hardee County, Florida. He married Ruby Inez Corley in May 25, 1927 in Hardee County, Florida. She was born Abt. 1907 in Florida last seen in (1945) Hardee County, Florida.
vii. Claude Green, born August 12, 1906 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri, and died September 27, 1906 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri. Burial: Cabool Cemetery, Cabool, Texas County, Missouri.
viii. Maude Green Leeper, born August 12, 1906 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri died unknown. Adopted by James Christopher LEEPER and wife Addie Belle ALLEN.
iv. Roy N. Green Kopp, born September 05, 1908 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri died November 17, 2003 in DeCatur County, Iowa. Adopted: 1914 by Charles Amos KOPP and wife Ida May HUTTON. Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Lamoni, DeCatur County, Iowa.
v. Infant daughter Green, born April 6, 1910 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri, and died April 6, 1910 in Burdine, Texas County, Missouri. Burial: Cabool Cemetery, Cabool, Texas County, Missouri.

Children of Pinkney Thelman Green and Hester G. Weaver are:
i. Anna Mae Greene, born Abt. 1917 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana died February 03, 1988 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. She married Earl H. Zelesky, born October 09, 1918 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky died December 22, 1971 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.
ii. Margaret Alice Green, born December 16, 1920 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana died Mar 22, 2008 in Adairville, Logan County, Kentucky buried Lebanon, Marion County, Kentucky. She married Juitt Hood Abt. 1937 born December 31, 1902 in Nelson County, Kentucky, died March 17, 1966 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Burials: Lebanon National Cemetery, Lebanon, Marion County, Kentucky.
iii. Myrtle Ellen Green, born February 29, 1924 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky died April 11, 1981 in Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan. She married (1) Mr. Mink. She married (2) Mr. Harley.
iv. Harvey Edward Green, born November 22, 1930 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky died October 24, 1977 Los Angeles County, California.
v. Elmer Lee Green, born January 01, 1935 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky died August 04, 2006 in Greenwood, Johnson County, Indiana. Note: U.S. Marine Corp.

48. Mary Juletta Green (Mary Jane21, William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born May 16, 1870 in Jackson County, North Carolina, and died December 20, 1918 in Gastonia, Gaston County, North Carolina buried Jackson County, North Carolina. She married James A. "Jim" Buchanan December 20, 1888 in Jackson County, North Carolina, son of Joseph L. Buchanan and Martha A. Raby. He was born January 18, 1862 in Jackson County, North Carolina, and died September 07, 1933 in Jackson County, North Carolina.

More About Mary Juletta Green:
Burial: December 23, 1918, Old Savannah Baptist Church Cemetery, Sylva, Jackson County, NC
Census: 1880, Nantahala, Swain County, NC Federal Census NA Film # T9-0983 Page 181D
Note: 1880, Living with JOSEPH C. MELTON (age 54), wife CLARA (age 47)
Occupation: 1880, Apprentice
Note: This couple had nine(9) children: Manson Andrew Buchanan, Mary May Buchanan (m. John William Bryson), Theodosia Buchanan, Nellie C. Buchanan (m. F. H. Wyatt), Donelson Buchanan, Vinnie Juliet Buchanan (m. Frank Alfred Kohler), Walter Tillmon Buchanan, Magnetta Buchanan (female, died young) and James Lee Buchanan.

More About James A. "Jim" Buchanan:
Burial: September 10, 1933, Old Savannah Baptist Church Cemetery, Sylva, Jackson County, NC
Census: 1880, Savannah, Jackson County, NC Federal Census Page 289b

49. George Zachary Taylor Green (Mary Jane21, William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born July 10, 1877 in Swain County, North Carolina, and died September 10, 1964 in Ocala, Marion County, Florida but buried in Haywood Co, North Carolina. He married Rachel Martha Ann "Mattie" Wilson November 22, 1903 in Haywood County, North Carolina. She was born March 28, 1882 in Pigeon River Township, Haywood County, North Carolina, and died February 05, 1957 in Ocala, Marion County, Florida but buried in Haywood Co, North Carolina.

Notes for George Zachary Taylor Green:
Arthur Green died when he was 14 of pneumonia, which would be the year 1920. He is buried somewhere in Swain County, North Carolina.

George Z. T. Green married Racheal Martha Ann Thomas (Wilson) on 22 November 1903 in Haywood County, NC.

Ada GREEN was born in Union County, Georgia. George Green probably went to Georgia to live near his uncles. He returned to Swain County by 1920, where he appears on the 1920 Census. According to family history one of the above "fathers" wanted him to live with and take care of him. He would then leave him his property. However, upon his death his legal family refused to acknowledge this fact. (Ref. Ada Green).

George and Racheal are buried on Allen's Creek in Haywood County, NC, in the cemetery of the Allen's Creek Baptist Church Cemetery located at the end of the road. Their daughter Juvernia Green is buried beside them. She died at a nursing home in Bryson City. Prior to that she lived in Oviedo, Seminole County, Florida at the home of her parents (George and Racheal). She then moved back to Sylva, Jackson County, North Carolina to live with her sister Ada.

George and Racheal moved to Florida after their children were grown. George's sister Mrs. Eliza "Liza" Green McMahan lived in the same area. (Oviedo, Seminole County, FL, Silver Springs area) The property now belongs to a grandson Pete Hooper.)

More About George Zachary Taylor Green:
Burial: September 14, 1964, Rocky Branch Baptist Church Cemetery, Allen Creek, Haywood County, North Carolina
Census: 1880, Charleston Township, Swain County, North Carolina
Emigration: 1952, Lake City, Columbia County, FL to Ocala, Marion County, FL
Funeral Home: J. Miles Hiers Funeral Home, Ocala, Marion County, FL
Note 1: GEORGE GREEN has a Delayed Birth Certificate in Swain County, NC (per a direct descendant).
Note 2: 1880, Age 3 years old, born NC, listed as GEORGE WADKINS & living with ANDY WADKINS / WATKINS family.
Tombstone Inscription: "George Taylor Green" with dates, bur. next to wife & daughter

More About Rachel Martha Ann "Mattie" Wilson:
Burial: February 09, 1957, Rocky Branch Baptist Church Cemetery, Allen Creek, Haywood County, North Carolina
Tombstone Inscription: "Mattie Wilson Green" with dates, bur. next to husband & daughter

Children of George Green and Rachel Wilson are:
82 i. Juvernia Green, (female) born September 06, 1907 in Haywood County, North Carolina died December 09, 1983 in Haywood County, North Carolina. Burial: Rocky Branch Baptist Church Cemetery, Allen Creek, Haywood County, North Carolina.
83 ii. Ada Estelle Green, born September 16, 1914 in Young Cane Creek, Union County, Georgia died February 1988 in Sylva, Jackson County, North Carolina. She married Burnette Elbert Blanton Bet. 1928 - 1948 in Jackson County, North Carolina born October 25, 1913 in Tabor City, Columbus County, North Carolina died November 20, 1950 in Sylva, Jackson County, North Carolina.

Notes for Ada Estelle Green:
Ada's story as written by her (source a Direct Descendant - I do not have this letter!). Read part of the letter at my Worldconnect at Rootsweb "irisheyes" website. :o)

Notes for Burnette Elbert Blanton:
Burnette was a Watkins dealer. In the 1940's and 1950's Watkins dealers, drove the neighborhoods with their truck full of items dear to isolated house keeper. Watkins was a sort of a mobile grocery and dry goods store. Burnette died of kidney failure, due to hypertension.

His Cause of Death was: Uremic Comma due to Malignant Hypertension, Chr. Nephritis

More About Burnette Elbert Blanton:
Burial: November 22, 1950, somewhere in Jackson County, North Carolina

51. Eliza Jane "Liza" Green (Mary Jane21, William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born August 04, 1879 in Oconaluftee (Oconee Lufty Township), Swain County, North Carolina, and died January 01, 1965 in Winter Park Hospital, Winter Park, Orange County, Florida at 1:40 am but living at Vine Road, Oviedo, Seminole County, FL. She married General Gates McMahan March 13, 1902 in the Cherokee Indian Reservation in Oconaluftee, Swain County, NC, son of John McMahan and Rutha Martha Dillard. He was born May 24, 1869 in Barkers Creek, Jackson County, North Carolina, and died January 25, 1940 in his home in Oviedo, Seminole County, Florida at 8:15 pm.

Notes for Eliza Jane "Liza" Green:
ELIZA JANE "Liza" GREEN and GENERAL GATES McMAHAN are my biological maternal great grandparents.

General Gates McMahan and Eliza Jane Green McMahan had ten children. Their son George Baxter McMahan and his 1st wife Bessie Estelle Moore are my grandparents. More about my grandparents is at this link.

ELIZA JANE GREEN was mistakenly referred to as ELIZA JANE CANNE in one of her daughters Obituary's. I'm told the birth-father could have been JOHN PARRISH or ANDREW WATKINS / WATSON. My money is on ANDREW WATKINS because some the family lived with him for a period of time. What I need, though, are Swain County, NC Bastardy Bonds to prove it! I'm told that there were many men involved and each child had a different father, so, I currently do not know who her daddy was. Maybe even she didn't know.

On June 1st, 1900, ELIZA "Liza" GREEN was a Servant for THOMAS and LAURA JENKINS in the Oconaluftee "Oconee Lufty Township", Swain Co, NC Federal Census. Also living there as a Servant was DAVID F. EDWARDS (age 16, b: June 1883 NC). ELIZA GREEN was not too far from where GENERAL GATES McMAHAN and first batch of children lived.

ELIZA JANE "Liza" GREEN was not married before GENERAL GATES McMAHAN as was previously rumoured. North Carolina Marriage License :: "ELIZA GREEN, single, age 21, of Oconaluftee married G. G. McMAHAN, age 33" also of Oconaluftee, son of JOHN McMAHAN of Jackson County, on 13 March 1902 in Swain County, North Carolina. Swain County borders Jackson County and was actually formed from Jackson and Macon for political reasons involving the Cherokee Indians. Oconaluftee, sometimes spelled "Oconoluftee" or "Ocona Lufee" and referred to as "Luftee", was on the Jackson / Swain line and was where the present day Indian Reservation and entrance to the Great Smokies National Park lies today.

More About Eliza Jane "Liza" Green:
Age at Death (Facts Pg): 85 years, 4 months, and 27 days
Burial: January 02, 1965, Slavia Cemetery, Oviedo, Seminole County, FL
Census 1: June 01, 1900, Oconaluftee (Oconee Lufty Township), Swain Co NC Federal Census ED 109 Enum. by David M. McLaughlin Page 3b
Census 2: April 08, 1910, Sevier Co TN Federal Census, District 147 Page 10b
Census 3: 1920, Hall Co GA Federal Census
Census 4: 1930, Tift Co GA Federal Census, Chula PO, Magisterial Dist. 964, Pg 4/4
Death Certificate: State File # 65-003536, Registrar's # 65-12
Funeral Home: A. L. Grandtrow(?), 130 West Onora Road, Sanford, FL
Informant: January 01, 1965, Burgess McMahan, Lake Geneva, Seminole County, FL
Medical (Facts Pg): Cerebral hemorrage (72 hours), Arterionluotis hypertensive (30 years), Cardiovascular disease, and the "flu".
Note 1: 1910, "Married 8 years"
Occupation 1: 1900, Servant
Occupation 2: 1965, Homemaker

More About General Gates McMahan:
Read more about General Gates McMahan and their children here at my website or at Worldconnect.

57. William Thomas Green (Zachary Taylor21, William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born June 27, 1877 in Bryson City, Swain County, NC, and died November 09, 1953 in Gastonia, Gaston County, NC. He married Sarah Caroline "Callie" Thomasson November 11, 1900 in Murphy, Cherokee County, NC. She was born February 12, 1880 in Bryson City, Swain County, North Carolina, and died December 23, 1948 in Gastonia, Gaston County, North Carolina. Burials: Long Creek Memorial Baptist Cemetery, Dallas, Gaston County, North Carolina.

Children of William Thomas Green and Sarah Caroline "Callie" Thomasson are:
94 i. Desmer Green (female), born November 13, 1902 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina died May 20, 1984 Kings Mountain, Cleveland County, North Carolina. She married [--?--] Rogers.
95 ii. Bernice Jane "Bonnie" Green, born September 10, 1905 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina died September 13, 1992 in Gastonia, Gaston County, North Carolina. She married Hardy Edward Raxter.
96 iii. Margie Florence Green, born September 9, 1907 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina died October 13, 1996 in Cherryville, Gaston County, North Carolina. She married Max Leroy Davis. Burials: Cherryville City Cemetery, Pink St.-Middle Section, Cherryville, Gaston County, North Carolina.
97 iv. William Alvin Green, born September 8, 1910 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina died April 26, 1974 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Burial: Cherryville City Memorial Cemetery, Cherryville, Gaston County, North Carolina.
98 v. Glenn Tellor Green, born June 06, 1915 in Murphy, Cherokee County, North Carolina died January 22, 1987 in Gastonia, Gaston County, North Carolina.

60. Caroline Elizabeth "Callie" Green (Zachary Taylor21, William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born May 07, 1881 in North Carolina, and died June 30, 1924 in Mineral Bluff, Fannin County, Georgia. She married Alonzo Frank Barton Bet. 1895 - 1900 in North Carolina. He was born February 07, 1877 in Mineral Bluff, Fannin County, Georgia, and died July 15, 1970 in Mineral Bluff, Fannin County, Georgia. Burial: Mineral Bluff, Fannin County, Georgia

Child of Caroline Elizabeth Green and Alonzo Frank Barton is:
99 i. Frank Barton, born April 17, 1924 in Mineral Bluff, Fannin County, Georgia died April 17, 1924 in Mineral Bluff, Fannin County, Georgia. Burial: Mineral Bluff, Fannin County, Georgia.

62. Jesse Phillip Green, I (Zachary Taylor21, William20, Joseph Nathaniel19, Jacob18, Joseph17, John16, James "of Potowomut"15 Greene, John "the Surgeon"14, Richard13, Richard12, Robert11, Robert10 De Greene, John9, Thomas8, Henry7, Henry6, Thomas5, Thomas De Greene4 De Boketon, John De Greene3, Walter2, Alexander1) was born March 17, 1889 in Bryson City, Swain County, North Carolina, and died April 01, 1956 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia from a house fire. He married Ethel Ellen Keener October 15, 1911 in Judson, Swain County, NC, daughter of Ulrich Worley "Ully" Keener and Mary Louise Edwards. She was born September 13, 1890 in Haywood County, North Carolina, and died June 13, 1955 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia. West Hill Cemetery, Section 4, Dalton, Whitfield County, GA.

JESSE PHILLIP GREEN died in a fire at the home of their daughter Mrs. MARY ALICE GREEN CHEEK POWELL on easter sunday, April 1, 1956. She also died in this tragic fire.

Children of Jesse Phillip Green and Ethel Keener are:
100 i. Edna Imogene Green, born June 17, 1912 in East Ellijay, Gilmer County, Georgia died February 1982 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia. She married Homer Desmond Ellis December 26, 1932 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia born December 11, 1910 in Eton, Murray County, Georgia died July 1990 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia. Burial: West Hill Cemetery, Section 3, Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia.
ii. Mary Alice Green, born November 7, 1914 in East Ellijay, Gilmer County, Georgia died April 1, 1956 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia. She married (1) Cecil Ralph Cheek. She married (2) Fred Powell. Mary's burial: Whitfield Memorial Gardens, Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia.
101 iii. Jesse Phillip "Jay" Green, II, born October 16, 1918 in East Ellijay, Gilmer County, Georgia died September 29, 1995 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia. He married Margaret Louise "Maggie" Hall, born April 10, 1922 in Georgia died October 7, 2002 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia. Burials: Whitfield Memorial Gardens, Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia.
102 iv. Virginia Arminda Green, born January 22, 1921 in East Ellijay, Gilmer County, Georgia. Address (Facts Pg): 2004, Cleveland, Tennessee USA.
103 v. Margaret Jane "Muggie" Green, born January 25, 1923 in East Ellijay, Gilmer County, Georgia died November 02, 2002 in Gordon County, Georgia. She married Hugh G. Cantrell in Georgia born 1920 in Calhoun, Gordon County, Georgia died July 27, 1994 in Floyd County, Georgia. Burials: Fain Cemetery, Calhoun, Gordon County, Georgia.
104 vi. Ulrich Hal Green, born August 08, 1925 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia died January 31, 1995 in Pompano Beach, Broward County, Florida. He married Margaret Beckett March 16, 1951 in Bradley County, Tennessee died unknown in USA.
105 vii. Sara Nell Green, born October 22, 1928 in Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia died June 23, 1988 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. She married Joseph Telesphore Miller, Jr. February 15, 1958 in Bradley County, Tennessee born March 25, 1922 in Catawba County, North Carolina, died September 16, 2004 in Gaston County, North Carolina.

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Judge William Green

"I am Judge William Green , writing to you from the grave. I died in the year of our Lord 1722. I am buried in First Presbyterian Church of Ewing cemetery , near Scotch Road. I came from England, arriving in Philadelphia where I stayed a short time, then traveled to New York. There I met the Reeder family who had settled in the village of New Town, Long Island , and married Joanna Reeder. We came to Ewing about 1700 or a short time before.

"I purchased 350 acres of land from the Severns and Brearly families and we moved into the Severns wooden farmhouse. It has been family tradition that the first brick portion was constructed in 1717, but this was probably not so. My son William Jr. probably built the first brick portion. We later moved to Birmingham, known today as West Trenton, near the Delaware River. Joanna and I reared a family of seven sons and four daughters. I died 16 June 1722.

Judge William Green was a yeoman and an early Hunterdon County judge of New Jersey. His home is Ewing is on the list of historical places.

William Green left England, his native land, at the age of twenty, and landed at the port of Philadelphia. Soon after, wanting to return to England, and finding no vessel about to sail from Philadelphia, he went to New York. Not finding a ship immediately, he visited Long Island, where he met the family of John Reeder, recently arrived from England. William eventually married Joanna Reeder, who was either John Reeder’s sister or daughter, and moved to Ewing Township about 1700.

He and his wife, Joanna Reeder, came to Ewing from Newtown, NY around 1700. The offspring of their 11 children were prominent farmers and citizens in the Ewing, Trenton, and Lawrence area.

William purchased three hundred and forty-five acres from Col. Daniel Coxe, with a deed dated 1712, and on it built the first brick house in the township, which is still standing. (Eli Cooley, Early Settlers in Trenton and Ewing, p 78).

In fact, the land was purchased not from Coxe, but from Severns and Brearley, from the Daniel Coxe and Mahlon Stacey tracts respectively, the latter being the portion of the farm lying in what was then Maidenhead. This is the farm the Vernons later owned.

William Green was appointed to serve as a judge in Hunterdon County, and from the frequent mention of his name in public affairs and important business transactions, he was evidently a prominent and useful citizen.

He died in 1772 according to his tombstone in the Ewing church-yard.

William Green was a wealthy English colonist, son of a yeoman, who bought 345 acres in New Jersey and built the first brick house in the township. The home still stands, but in disrepair. There is an organization that has raised money to repair it.

Friends of the William Green Farmhouse:

We are a group of citizens who are deeply concerned about the current state of the William Green House, located on The College of New Jersey campus in Ewing, NJ. The house is listed on the state and national registers.

The William Green House, listed on the state and national Registers of historic places, is a significant example of colonial farmhouse architecture. This historic treasure, dating from ca. 1730, is located on the campus of The College of New Jersey in Ewing Township, NJ. An earlier house, to which the current house was attached, stood on the site circa 1700. Its roofline is preserved and visible from the 1830 portion of the house.

William Green I is one of Ewing’s earliest and most prominent settlers. Many Ewing citizens are familiar with his home, the William Green Farmhouse, listed on The National Registers of Historic Places, located on The College of New Jersey campus. Descendants of William Green are scattered throughout the United States. A recent question received by the Friends of the William Green Farmhouse inspired this article. A descendant of William Green I’s youngest son, Jeremiah, contacted the Friends and arranged a visit to his ancestor’s home. Jeremiah had moved to Tennessee in the 18th century and his descendant now lives in Alabama. When he visited, the Friends arranged a driving tour to view the outside of buildings associated with William Green and his descendants. Jeremiah’s descendant was impressed with how many historic treasures associated with his ancestors still survive. The Friends want to share with you information about sites related to the Green family still standing in Ewing. Enjoy a physical tour of these Ewing Township sites! None of the houses are open to the public but may be viewed from the exterior. If you or your friends have additional records about the Green family or their properties, please contact the author.

Judge William2 Green (11919) (Richard1) was born circa 1671 at Wiltshire, England.2 He immigrated, departing from England, arriving circa 1691 in Philadelphia, Province of Pennsylvania.3 He married Joanna Reeder (11920), daughter of John Reeder (11937) and Joanna Burroughs (11938), before 1696 at Newtown, Province of New York.4 He died on 16 June 1722 at Trenton, Province of New Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.4 He was buried in First Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Ewing, New Jersey, now Mercer County.2

The area where William Green settled was originally called Hopewell Township. It was originally Burlington County, then became part of Hunterdon County in 1713. 125 years later, it was made part of Mercer County. In 1834, Ewing Township was separated from Trenton.3

Joanna Reeder (11920) was born in 1669 at Newtown, Province of New York, now Suffolk County.5 She died in 1723.6 Children of Judge William2 Green (11919) and Joanna Reeder (11920) were as follows:

1. Richard 3 was born in 1696 at Trenton, Province of West Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 He married Mary Ely, b. c 1710.2 He died after 18 June 1741 at Trenton, Province of New Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2

2. Joseph was born in 1698 at Trenton, Province of West Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 He married Elizabeth Mershon (11924) circa 1735 estimated.2 He died on 12 March 1784.2 Elizabeth Mershon (11924) was born in 1714.2 She died on 12 March 1775.2

3. Sarah was born circa 1701 at Trenton, Province of West Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 She married as her first husband Benjamin Severns (11927) on 28 May 1730 at Province of New Jersey.2 She married as her second husband Thomas Smith (11926).2 Her death date has not been found. Benjamin Severns (11927) was born in 1704.2 His death date has not been found. Thomas Smith (11926). Thomas' (11926) birth date is unknown. Thomas (11926) was born in Province of New Jersey, now Hunterdon County.2 His death date has not been found.

4. Joanna was born in 1702 at Trenton, Province of West Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 Her death date has not been found.

5. William was born in 1702 at Trenton, Province of West Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 He married Lydia Armitage (11929) circa 1732.2 He died in February 1785 at Prince Edward County, Virginia.2 Lydia Armitage (11929) was born in 1706 at Trenton, Province of New Jersey, now Mercer County, daughter of Enoch Armitage.2 Her death date has not been found.

6. Benjamin was born in 1706 at Trenton, Province of New Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 He married Martha Deen.2 His death date has not been found.

7. John was born in 1708 at Trenton, Province of New Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 His death date has not been found.

8. Isaac was born circa 1709 at Trenton, Province of West Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 He married Margaret.2 His death date has not been found.

9. Jeremiah was born on 15 February 1710 at Trenton, Province of West Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County. He married Joanna Hunt (11900), daughter of John Hunt (11935) and Margaret Moore (11936), in 1738 at Province of New Jersey.

10. Esther was born in 1712 at Trenton, Province of New Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 Her death date has not been found.

11. Mary was born in 1714 at Trenton, Province of New Jersey, now Ewing, Mercer County.2 Her death date has not been found. WILL:

"I am Judge William Green , writing to you from the grave. I died in the year of our Lord 1722. I am buried in First Presbyterian Church of Ewing cemetery , near Scotch Road. I came from England, arriving in Philadelphia where I stayed a short time, then traveled to New York. There I met the Reeder family who had settled in the village of New Town, Long Island , and married Joanna Reeder. We came to Ewing about 1700 or a short time before.

"I purchased 350 acres of land from the Severns and Brearly families and we moved into the Severns wooden farmhouse. It has been family tradition that the first brick portion was constructed in 1717, but this was probably not so. My son William Jr. probably built the first brick portion. We later moved to Birmingham, known today as West Trenton, near the Delaware River. Joanna and I reared a family of seven sons and four daughters. I died 16 June 1722.

Judge William Green was a yeoman and an early Hunterdon County judge of New Jersey. His home is Ewing is on the list of historical places.

William Green left England, his native land, at the age of twenty, and landed at the port of Philadelphia. Soon after, wanting to return to England, and finding no vessel about to sail from Philadelphia, he went to New York. Not finding a ship immediately, he visited Long Island, where he met the family of John Reeder, recently arrived from England. William eventually married Joanna Reeder, who was either John Reeder’s sister or daughter, and moved to Ewing Township about 1700.

He and his wife, Joanna Reeder, came to Ewing from Newtown, NY around 1700. The offspring of their 11 children were prominent farmers and citizens in the Ewing, Trenton, and Lawrence area.

William purchased three hundred and forty-five acres from Col. Daniel Coxe, with a deed dated 1712, and on it built the first brick house in the township, which is still standing. (Eli Cooley, Early Settlers in Trenton and Ewing, p 78).

In fact, the land was purchased not from Coxe, but from Severns and Brearley, from the Daniel Coxe and Mahlon Stacey tracts respectively, the latter being the portion of the farm lying in what was then Maidenhead. This is the farm the Vernons later owned.

William Green was appointed to serve as a judge in Hunterdon County, and from the frequent mention of his name in public affairs and important business transactions, he was evidently a prominent and useful citizen.

He died in 1772 according to his tombstone in the Ewing church-yard.

William Green was a wealthy English colonist, son of a yeoman, who bought 345 acres in New Jersey and built the first brick house in the township. The home still stands, but in disrepair. There is an organization that has raised money to repair it. "I am Judge William Green , writing to you from the grave. I died in the year of our Lord 1722. I am buried in First Presbyterian Church of Ewing cemetery , near Scotch Road. I came from England, arriving in Philadelphia where I stayed a short time, then traveled to New York. There I met the Reeder family who had settled in the village of New Town, Long Island , and married Joanna Reeder. We came to Ewing about 1700 or a short time before.

"I purchased 350 acres of land from the Severns and Brearly families and we moved into the Severns wooden farmhouse. It has been family tradition that the first brick portion was constructed in 1717, but this was probably not so. My son William Jr. probably built the first brick portion. We later moved to Birmingham, known today as West Trenton, near the Delaware River. Joanna and I reared a family of seven sons and four daughters. I died 16 June 1722.

Christened 7/21/1672 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.

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Mount Columbia

Located in an isolated rural setting in King William County, is a two-story brick residence constructed in two stages. The original section has a two-story side hall and parlor plan, while the later portion, to which it is attached as an ell, has a center-passage, single pile plan. The house is constructed of brick, finely laid in Flemish bond. The house is remarkably intact and retains its open setting with views towards the Pamunkey River. Also located on the property are a brick kitchen dependency, a family cemetery, and the vestiges of a formal garden.


Settlement reached in death of man shot by Maryland cop while handcuffed in patrol car

LARGO, Md. – A legal settlement agreement has been reached in the death of a man who authorities say was fatally shot by a Maryland police officer while he was handcuffed in a patrol car.

The settlement for the January shooting of William Howard Green, 43, was announced Sunday in a statement by Gina Ford, a spokesperson for the Office of the County Executive in Prince George’s County.

The statement said Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks will announce details about the settlement agreement at a news conference Monday. She will be joined by Green family attorney Billy Murphy and members of the family.

Prince George’s County Police Cpl. Michael Owen Jr., the officer accused of shooting Green, was arrested in January on charges of second-degree murder, voluntary and involuntary manslaughter, first-degree assault and use of a firearm in the commission of a crime of violence.

A police report from January said the shooting happened after Owen handcuffed Green, of Washington, D.C., behind his back and placed him in his patrol car after responding to a traffic accident and finding him sleeping in his vehicle, apparently under the influence of an unknown substance.

Police initially said there were witness reports of a struggle inside the police cruiser but investigators didn’t find any evidence of a fight between Owen and Green before Green was shot in the front passenger seat.

A prosecutor, Renee Joy, said in January that Green posed “absolutely no threat.” Owen is Black. Police wouldn’t specify Green’s race in January, citing department policy.

Owen was denied bond in January by a judge who said he found convincing evidence that the officer posed a danger to the community. Defense attorney Jonathon Scruggs said in January that Owen is an ordained minister and doesn’t pose a danger.

The state’s attorney’s office confirmed to The Associated Press that jury selection in the case was scheduled to begin in March 2021.


1925-1928, 1961 and 1973

The Green Giant brand is born when the Minnesota Valley Canning Company begins marketing Green Giant peas. In 1928, the Giant first appears in advertising. The original mascot has very little in common with the familiar green figure of today. In 1935, a young copywriter, Leo Burnett, revises the face of the brand by trading the bearskin for a leafy suit, gives the Giant a smile and puts the word 'Jolly' in front of the Giant’s name. The Giant makes his first television appearances in 1954. In 1961, the booming “Ho, Ho, Ho,” becomes the Giant’s signature tagline and he is given a song called “Good Things from the Garden.” In 1973, he acquires a young apprentice, the Little Green Sprout.

To make up for declining sales in other product lines, B&M in the 1920s begins to experiment with baked beans, which until that time had not been canned successfully. Using the traditional New England brick oven method, B&M introduces its Brick Oven Baked Beans in 1927 and soon begins advertising on a national basis. As the company discontinues its fish packing and chowder products following World War II, baked beans becomes B&M’s main product.

Mrs. Dash ® is introduced as the original brand in salt-free seasonings. Today, Mrs. Dash’s brand essence, “Salt-Free, Flavor-Full,” continues to resonate with consumers and underscores the brand’s commitment to provide better-for-you products that fulfill consumers’ expectations for taste.

In 1986, under the leadership of Leonard Polaner, grandson of Max and Lena, Polaner introduces the newest innovation in the preserve category—Polaner ® All Fruit ® . Sweetened only with fruit and fruit juice, Polaner All Fruit exists as a naturally sweetened, quality product and becomes a staple in America’s homes. Fueled by the popularity of its famous, “Don't DARE Call It Jelly!" ® TV advertising campaign, Polaner is truly one of America’s favorite fruit spreads.

New York investors, led by the firm Bruckman, Rosser, Sherrill & Co. and aided by Len Polaner, Dave Wenner and Bob Cantwell, form B&G Foods to acquire Bloch & Guggenheimer, Inc. and Burns & Ricker, Inc. (whose bagel chip business has since combined with and is now known as New York Style).

B&G Foods completes its initial public offering of Enhanced Income Securities, a hybrid security that consisted of both common stock and a bond rolled into one instrument. The EISs traded on the American Stock Exchange and then the New York Stock Exchange until 2009.

B&G Foods’ common stock begins trading as a separate security on the New York Stock Exchange.


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