William Green

"Windows Into Our Past A Genealogy of Lewis Green & Associated Families, Volume 6", compiled by Judy Parsons Smith © 2005

William Green

William Green , m. Amey Unknown .

According to Mrs. Ward , there was an Amey Clay , b. 1713, sister to Henry Clay , b. 1711, who m. Lucy Green .  Amey Clay m 1st to William Green ; m 2nd to Benjamin Williamson .  There were early Clays on Ward’s Creek, Charles City/Prince George Counties and later on a Nathaniel Clay  m. Mary Ann Kilgore , daughter of William Kilgore Sr. , whose will was probated 8 Aug 1791, Greene Co., Georgia.

3 Aug 1731 – At a vestry meeting at Ferry Chapple (sic), Abraham  and William Green  were among those appointed as Processioners of land for the purpose of dividing Bristol Parish into precincts.  Wm. & Abraham were to be processioners ‘from the mouth of the sweat house (?) up the north side the sweat house and the south side the main Deep Creek to the Extent – (?).

Ferry Chapel was one of the two early churches of Bristol Parish and was located on the north side of the Appomattox River across the river from the area of City Creek and the early settlement of Broadway.  Old Blandford Church , now within the city limits of Petersburg , was not built until 1734.

On 9 Oct 1733 William  and Abraham Green  each buys 400 acres of land on Deep Creek from John Tally , all parties of Prince George County .

Also, Mol, female slave of William Green , b. 18 Mar 1733
        
Fanny, female slave of William Green , b. 4 Jan 1731

William  & Amey (Unknown) Green  had a daughter:

·             Martha Green , b. 8 May 1734; Bapt 4 Jul 1734, in the Bristol Parish Register[i].


[i] Births from the Bristol Parish Register, Boddie, p. 309.