William Green Family

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

NOTE:  I have just come across some information from a Lake Compton  which makes it clear that it was a James who was descended from a Robert Green  of Culpepper.  That is a good, aristocratic line but it is not the line of Lewis Green .  Now in my own mind I am sure that there was only one James Green  in Washington Co.”  - Ardath Jo Green  8/31/01

This line is given mainly for reference to show, why the Green’s of Prince George & Southwest VA are not related to this family. – AJG/JPS

Thomas Green

Thomas Green [i], b. 1490/1529[ii]; d. 1532/1610[iii].

Thomas Green  had two (2) children:

Arthur Green

Arthur Green [vi], son of Thomas Green , b. 1590/1641[vii]; d. 1629/1719[viii].

Arthur Green had a son:

Thomas Green

Thomas Green [xi], son of Arthur Green , b. ca. 1600[xii], St. Albans, Hartfort, England[xiii]; d. 16 Apr 1674[xiv]; m. Elizabeth Newman [xv], d. 22 Aug 1658[xvi], Middlesex, MA[xvii]

Thomas  & Elizabeth (Newman) Green  had ten (10) children:

William Green [xxviii]

William Green [xxix], son of Thomas  & Elizabeth ( Newman ) Green , b. 1633/1687[xxx], Northampton , England [xxxi]; d. 1673/1765[xxxii], Northampton , England [xxxiii]; m. to Eleanor Duff .  

William Green  was a member of the Body Guard of William, Prince of Orange[xxxiv].  Since his son came to VA with his Uncle William Duff , a Quaker[xxxv], it is safe to assume that his wife’s maiden name would have been Duff.

William & Eleanor[xxxvi] (Duff) Green  had a son:

  1. Robert Duff[xxxvii] Green  b. 1695, England , d. will dated 2 Feb 1747, Orange Co., VA; m. Eleanor Dunn [xxxviii]  of Scotland .

Robert Duff[xxxix] Green [xl], emigrant

1.  Robert Duff[xli] Green , emigrant, son of William  & Miss (Duff) Green , an Englishman[xlii], b. 1695[xliii], North Hampton, England, d. 1748, will dated 2 Feb 1747, Orange Co., VA; m. Eleanor Duff [xliv]/Dunn [xlv] of Scotland, d. will 1748, Orange Co., VA[xlvi].

Robert Green  emigrated from Ireland [xlvii] to VA in 1717 with his uncle, William Duff , a Quaker[xlviii], and settled in what is now King George Co., VA[xlix].  He soon left his uncle & settled in what is now Culpeper Co., near Brandy Station on the Southern Railway.  He built his home near a large spring, which is on the road leading from Brandy Station to Rixeyville, & took up large tracts of land in what was, in 1712 Essex in 1721 Spotsylvania, in 1735 Orange , and in 1749 Culpeper.  His father was an officer in the bodyguard of William, Prince of Orange[l].   He was a member of the VA House of Burgesses in 1736, and was one of the first vestrymen of St. Mark’s Parish[li].  Robert was the heir of his uncle and settled in Culpepper Co., VA[lii].

Robert McCoy , Jost Hite , Robert Green .  Robert Green being executor of William Duff , deceased vs. William Linwell , Thos. Linwell  and Morgan Bryan .  Debt on bond dated 18 June 1746.  Writ dated 24th Aug 1747.  Return not found as to Wm . And Thos. Linwell[liii]

Robert Green  patents on 20 Aug 1740; and then again on 25 Jun 1747 he patents 660 acres.

Will of Robert Green  of St. Marks Parish, Orange Co., VA dated 2 Feb 1747[liv]:

Bequests:        

·         To my wife Eleanor Green  equal share of property
·        
Son William , part of the tract of land I sold to nell adjoining land patented in son’s name, one tract at foot of Ragged Mtn.   400 a, 1 lot in town of Falmouth . One-half tract in Augusta Co. 400 a. 1 tract on which “Mr. Church ” stands commonly called “Tennants Old Field and Tennants Old Houses” and my silver hilted small sword.
·        
Son, Robert , land on which I live, 1200 a. another tract 300 a. and all my lands unsold at my death on Linnel’s Creek in Augusta Co. and one-half lot or one fourth a. near Fredericksburg.
·        
Son, Duff Green , one tract of 400 a. 1 tract of 1026 a lying on Little Fork
·        
Son, John Green , Plantation on Muddy Run, with Mill and 2  tracts land.  One-half land on Negro Run and Hedgman’s River.  1 tract of 70 or 80 a on Crocked Run.
·        
Son, Nicholas , tract near Red Oak Ft. 300 a. one-half land on Br. Of Muddy Creek, 1700 a. at foot of North Mtn. In Augusta Co. 300 a.
·        
Sons, James  and Moses , 1 tract 400 a. 1 tract 400 a All my land patented on Br. Of Potomac River, one-half tract of 2000 a. in Augusta Co. between Shenandoah and Peaked Mt. [Duff provided for my uncle, Wm. Duff .]
·        
Till John , Nicholas  and James  are 21 they are to remain under my wife’s tuition, to be schooled at their discretion.  My Uncle, Wm. Duff  of Va. John Duff  of Ireland and to “Friends of Monthly Meeting” at West River in Md.

Robert & Eleanor (Duff/Dunn) Green  had seven (7) sons in his will[lv]:

  1. Col. William Green [lvi]; m. to Anne Coleman  – 8 children.
  2. Col. Robert Thomas[lvii] Green [lviii], 10 Apr 1722[lix]/1732[lx]; m.  Mary[lxi] ‘Patty’ Ball  of Northumberland[lxiii] - 5 children
  3. Duff Green , m 1st Miss Thomas[lxiv]/Barber[lxv] ; m 2nd Anne Willis , daughter of Col John[lxvi] Willis  of Fredericksburg [lxvii].
  4. Col. John  ‘the Orator[lxviii]’ Green , b. 1730[lxx]-1738[lxxi], Culpepper Co., VA[lxxii]; d. 1793[lxxiii]; m. Susannah[lxxiv] Blackwell .  He served in the Rev. War[lxxv].
  5. Nicholas Green , b. under 21 in 1747; m. Eliz Price [lxxvi].  Children moved to Kentucky [lxxvii].
  6. James Green , b. under 21 in 1747; d. inventory of estate 1766, Culpepper Co., VA[lxxviii]; m. Eliz Jones [lxxix].
  7. Moses Green , b. under 21 in 1747; d. will – 1770, Culpepper Co., VA inventory recorded 1779[lxxx]; possibly m. 13 Feb 1764, Rapphannock Co., VA to Mary Blackwell [lxxxi]\
  8. possibly Shadrick Green [lxxxii]

Col. William Green

I.  Col. William Green , son of Robert  & Eleanor (Duff) Green , b. 1725[lxxxiii], Essex Co., VA[lxxxiv]; d. will dated 1770[lxxxv] or one dated 1791, Culpepper Co., VA[lxxxvi]; m. 1750[lxxxvii] to Anne Coleman [lxxxviii] of Caroline Co. [lxxxix], d. will dated 20 Sept 1804[xc], proved 15 Oct 1804[xci].

He was vestryman of St. Mark’s Parish from 1749 to his death in Culpeper Co., in 1770.  He was called Colonel Green, probably from military service against the Indians.[xcii]

Overwharton Parish Register

Will of Ann Green          dated 20 Sept 1804       proved 15 Oct 1804

Children:        Ann  married Poindexter
                      Eleanor
 married Marye
                      Elizabeth  married Camp
                      Mary
 married Thomas
                      Milly  married Stringer
                      Lucy Coleman  married Pinkard
                      Fannie Whilhoite Green

Sister:           Speaks of Sister, Elizabeth Triplett

Col. William  & Anne (Coleman) Green  had eight (8) children[xciii]:

1.1. William Green  of Culpepper, d. Culpeper Co[xciv]; m. Elizabeth ‘Eliza’ Green , daughter of Duff Green  & his 1st wife[xcv].    His widow moved to Kentucky , near Covington .[xcvi]
1.2.
Eleanor ‘Ellen” Green [xcvii], m. Peter Marye [xcviii]
1.3.
Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ Green [xcix], m. H. Camp [c]
1.4.
Mary Green [ci], m. George Thomas [cii]
1.5.
Milly Green [ciii], m. Mr. Stringer [civ]
1.6.
Lucy Green [cv], m 1st to Mr Coleman  (or her name was Lucy Coleman Green ); m 2nd to Mr. Pinckard [cvi]
1.7.
Ann Green [cvii], m. Jno. Poindexter[cviii]
1.8.
Francis ‘Fannie’ Whilhoite[cix]/Wyatt Green [cx], m. Lucy Strother [cxi], daughter of Jos. Strother .  They lived near Louisville , KY , but died in Breckenridge Co. of that state[cxii].

In the Overwharton Parish Register there are the following entries made with regard to a William Green [cxiii]:

 Overwharton Parish Register

William Green , m. 18 Dec 1743 to Ann Robinson .  William  & Ann (Robinson) Green  had:

1.9.       Sarah Green , b. 24 Sept 1744[cxiv]
1.10.   
Dorcas Green , b. 30 Dec 1746[cxv]
1.11.   
Anna Green , b. 18 Mar 1749[cxvi]
1.12.   
Mary Green , b. 21 Jul 1751[cxvii] shown as daughter of William only, mother’s name not given[cxviii].
1.13.   
Jael Green , b. 12 Nov 1753[cxix], shown as daughter of William only, mother’s name not given[cxx].
1.14.   
William Green , b. 28 Apr 1756[cxxi]

Robert Green  of Culpepper

2.  Col. Robert Green [cxxii] of Culpepper, son of Robert  & Eleanor (Duff) Green , b. 10 Apr 1722[cxxiii]/1732[cxxiv], Culpepper Co., VA[cxxv]; d. his will listed in 1789, Culpepper Co., VA[cxxvi]; m. 1750[cxxvii], Loudoun Co., VA[cxxviii] to Mary[cxxix] ‘Patty’ Ball  of Northumberland[cxxxiv]

Information on Robert Green  taken from Prince George County, VA Records 1733-1792, Abstracted and Compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger, III .  I do not know if this is the Robert Green that these records belong at this time they are included here for informational purposes. – JPS 10/2001

ť      9 Aug 1738 – Robert Green , a witness for Edward Birchett Jr.  having traveled 25 miles out of Surry County , to be paid for 2 days 125 lbs tobacco.
ť     
8 Apr 1739[cxxxv] – The account of Francis Poythress  vs. Robert Green  certified to the court.

15 May 1772, Robert Green  surviving executor of Robert Green, Mary Wood , widow of and executor of Col. James Wood  of Frederick – conveying[cxxxvi].

Robert Green  of Culpeper , had five (5) children:

2.1.    James Green ; d. ca. 1779[cxxxvii], Washington Co., VA.
2.2.   
William Green [cxxxviii], m. Miss Blackwell[cxxxix].  They moved to Woodford Co., KY[cxl]
2.3.   
Armistead Green [cxli], m. Frances Pendleton [cxlii], daughter of Capt. Henry Pendleton , of Culpeper Co.[cxliii]
2.4.   
Samuel B. Green [cxliv], m. Miss Blair [cxlv] of Fort Royal , VA [cxlvi]
2.5.   
Ellen Green [cxlvii], m. Aaron Lane [cxlviii] of Culpeper Co., VA[cxlix]
2.6.   
Anne Green [cl], m. Dr. Joel Gustin [cli] of Pennsylvania [clii]

Duff Green [cliii]

3.  Duff Green , son of Robert  & Eleanor (Duff) Green , b. 1728[cliv], Essex Co., VA[clv]; d. inventory of estate – 1766[clvi], Fauquier Co., VA[clvii]  - ca. May 6, 1774; m 1st Miss Thomas [clviii]; m 2nd 1756[clix] to Sarah[clx] Anne[clxi] Willis , daughter of Col. Henry & Mildred (Washington) Willis [clxii], She is a 1st cousin of George Washington [clxiii].  This Duff Green was a nephew of James Green  and a cousin of James Green who married Rawley Stallard ’s daughter.

His father-in-law Henry Willis  was the founder of Fredericksburg [clxiv].

Duff  & Miss Thomas  or Barbour  Green  had two children:

3.1.  John Green , of famous memory[clxv], “My Lord John” [clxvi], b. 1752[clxvii]; d. 1849[clxviii], Culpepper Co., VA a bachelor[clxix].  He was possessed of much wealth[clxx].  He served as a Captain in the Revolution, and was badly wounded[clxxi]. 
3.2.
Elizabeth ‘Betsy[clxxii]’ Green , m.  William Green [clxxvii], son of first William Green[clxxviii].

Duff & Anne (Willis) Green  had:

3.3. Willis Green [clxxix], b. Shenandoah Valley, VA; m. 1783[clxxx], Danville, Boyle Co., KY[clxxxi] to Sarah Reed [clxxxii], daughter of John  & Sarah (Wilcox) Reed [clxxxiii].  Moved to Kentucky [clxxxiv], near Danville [clxxxv].  He settled on a farm called “Waveland”, which is still owned by his descendants[clxxxvi].
3.4.
William Green [clxxxvii], m. Miss Marshall [clxxxviii].  Moved to Lincoln Co., KY[clxxxix]
3.5.
Henry Green , d. will dated 6 Sept 1782[cxc], proved 19 Sept 1785[cxci], Fauquier Co., VA[cxcii].  He was single[cxciii]. Will of Henry Green , Fauquier Co. , VA dated 6 Sept 1782, proved 19 Sept 1785.  Names brothers Willis  & William ; sister Eleanor Duff Green .  His mother Ann [cxciv].
3.6.
Eleanor Duff Green [cxcv], m. Jno. Smith [cxcvi].  They moved to Kentucky [cxcvii].

There is a 2nd source that gives the following:[cxcviii]  

Duff Green  of Fauquier Co., Va. , d. before 1776 – md 1) Miss Barbour , 2) Ann Waller , dau of Benjamin Waller  of Williamsburg , and 3) Ann Willis . 

 

Duff  & Miss (Barbour) Green  had:

a)       John Green , d. unmd.

b)       Elizabeth Green , md William Green  of Culpepper, son of William  and Miss (Coleman) Green  of Culpepper Co. and had issue. (not given);

Duff  & Ann (Willis) Green  had:

c)       Willis Green

d)       Henry Green  (of KY-untraced line)

e)       William Green , of Wane Co., KY, md Miss Marshall  of Fauquier Co. later of Lincoln Co., KY

Col. John Green

4.  Col. John Green , son of Robert  & Eleanor (Duff) Green , b. 1730[cxcix], Essex[cc] or Culpeper Co., VA[cci]; d. 1793[ccii]; m. 1st to Susannah[cciii]  Blackwell ; m 2nd possibly ca. 1758 to Elsa Unknown [cciv].

Nov. 1755 John Green  vs. Green.  John Green of Orange , gent. orator complains:  Sometime in 1746, orator’s late father Robert Green  of Orange , purchased of Robert McCoy , late of Augusta , land on Linville’s Creek which Robert intended for John and his two brothers.  James  & Moses Green , (they as well as orator infants)[ccv]. In Feb 1746 (1747) McCoy conveyed the land to John, James and Moses.  Robert also owned other tracts of land jointly with Jost Hite  and Robert McCoy.  Orator has long since come of age, and is in want of part of the lands, but James and Moses are not of age.  Bill for partition filed, 1754.  Ans. Of James and Moses by Eleanor Green , their guardian –[ccvi].

Elsa Green  wife of John Green , Mach 1758[ccvii], she is most likely a 2nd wife.

29 May 1761 – Mary Wood  of Frederick, Jas  and Moses Green  of Culpepper to Joseph Skidmore Jr.  – F on N fork of So. Br. Of Potomac 203 a part of 660 acres patented to Robert Green , 25th June 1747 – and similar on p. 374 – p. 380 John , James , and Moses Green of Culpepper convey[ccviii].

He was chosen Collector of St. Mark’s Parish; made church warden, with his brother, Robert in 1764[ccix].

In 1776, Richard Yancey  was chosen vestryman “in the place of John Green , in Continental service.[ccx]

Revolutionary War Service[ccxi]:

Capt. Green  entered the military service of VA as a Captain 1st Va. Bat. On 4 Sept 1775.  When his command was mustered into the Continental Line, he was re-elected Captain on 20 Jan1 7776, at which time he was under the command of Gen. Andrew Lewis  at Williamsburg .  In the Fall of that year, he served under Washington in New York ; was engaged with his troops at Mamaroneck in the attack on Maj. Roberts , of the British Army.  On 21 Oct 1776, when he was wounded in the shoulder.[ccxii]

Va Troops in Contential Line:  Col John Green , Maj. Benj. Porter , John Willis , Capt Geo Berry , Wm. Johnson , Thos. Porter , Henry Willis , Lts: Wm. Sunbury , Wm. Porter , Thos Berry , Willis Green , Surgeion:  Chas Green . Subaltern: Wm Porter, Ensign Wm. Berry .

Col. John  & Susannah (Blackwell) Green  had nine (9) children:

4.1.       James Green , b. 22 Jan 1748[ccxiii], m. Betsy Jones .
4.2.      
Nancy Green , b. 19 Jul 1753[ccxiv]
4.3.      
William Green , b. 18 Jan 1757[ccxv]; m. Lucy Clayton Williams [ccxvi].
4.4.      
John Green [ccxvii], d. killed in a duel at Valley Forge , age 18[ccxviii].
4.5.      
Duff Green [ccxix], d. age 17[ccxx]
4.6.      
Robert Green [ccxxi], d. 1789[ccxxii]; m. Frances Edmonds [ccxxiii].
4.7.      
Moses Green [ccxxiv], d. 1859[ccxxv]; m. Fanny Richards [ccxxvi]
4.8.      
George Green [ccxxvii], d. unmarried[ccxxviii]
4.9.      
Thomas Green [ccxxix], m 1st to Miss Miller [ccxxx]; m 2nd to Lucy Peyton [ccxxxi]

Nicholas Green

5.  Nicholas Green , son of Robert  & Eleanor (Duff) Green , b. ca. 1732[ccxxxii], Essex Co., VA[ccxxxiii] - under 21 in 1747; m. Elizabeth Price .

Nicholas  & Elizabeth (Price) Green  had nine (9) children[ccxxxiv]:

5.1. Robert Green [ccxxxv], d. single[ccxxxvi]
5.2.
Jno. Green [ccxxxvii], m. Jenny Hawkins [ccxxxviii]
5.3.
Nicholas Green [ccxxxix], left no children[ccxl].
5.4.
Mary Green [ccxli], m. Mr. Stevens [ccxlii].
5.5.
William Green [ccxliii], m. unknown[ccxliv].  They moved to Tennessee [ccxlv].
5.6.
Lucy Green [ccxlvi], d. single[ccxlvii].
5.7.
Eleanor Green [ccxlviii], m. Mr. Rankin [ccxlix].
5.8.
Joyce Green [ccl], m. Willis Ballance [ccli].  They moved to Kentucky [cclii].
5.9.
Charles Green [ccliii].  He had seven sons & two daughters[ccliv].  They lived in Westmoreland Co.

James Green

6.  James Green , son of Robert  & Eleanor (Duff) Green , b. ca. 1734[cclv], Culpepper or Spotsylvania Co., VA[cclvi] - under 21 in 1747; d. will 3 Dec 1807[cclvii]; m. Elizabeth “Betty[cclviii]” Jones [cclix].

Nov. 1755 John Green  vs. Green.  John Green of Orange , gent. orator complains:  Sometime in 1746, orator’s late father Robert Green  of Orange , purchased of Robert McCoy , late of Augusta , land on Linville’s Creek which Robert intended for John and his two brothers.  James & Moses Green , (they as well as orator infants)[cclx]. In Feb 1746 (1747) McCoy conveyed the land to John, James and Moses.  Robert also owned other tracts of land jointly with Jost Hite  and Robert McCoy.  Orator has long since come of age, and is in want of part of the lands, but James and Moses are not of age.  Bill for partition filed, 1754.  Ans. Of James and Moses by Eleanor Green , their guardian –[cclxi].

29 May 1761 – Mary Wood  of Frederick, Jas and Moses Green  of Culpepper to Joseph Skidmore Jr. – F on N fork of So. Br. Of Potomac 203 a part of 660 acres patented to Robert Green , 25th June 1747 – and similar on p. 374 – p. 380 John, James, and Moses Green of Culpepper convey[cclxii].

Will of James Green       3 Dec 1807[cclxiii]

   Wife:              Elizabeth
   Children:        Gabriel , Jas.; Dolly  m. Farrow ; Elizabeth  m. Peacocke ; Jones ; Robert ; Augustine ; John ; Lucy  married A. Brockenboroug

James  & Elizabeth (Jones) Green  had ten (10) children[cclxiv]:

6.1.       Gabriel Green [cclxv], m. Miss Grant [cclxvi].  They moved to Green River , Kentucky [cclxvii].
6.2.      
James Green  Jr.[cclxviii]
6.3.      
Jones Green [cclxix], m. Miss Nevill [cclxx].  They moved to Hardy Co., VA[cclxxi].s
6.4.      
Robert Green [cclxxii], m. Miss Edmunds [cclxxiii].
6.5.      
John Green [cclxxiv], m. Miss Catlett  of Fauquier[cclxxv].  They moved to Henderson , Kentucky [cclxxvi].
6.6.      
Dolly Green [cclxxvii], m. Nimrod Farrow [cclxxviii].
6.7.      
Elizabeth Green [cclxxix], d. England [cclxxx]; m. R. W. Peacock [cclxxxi].
6.8.      
Lucy Green [cclxxxii], m 1st to A. Brockenborough [cclxxxiii] (given in will[cclxxxiv]) m 2nd ???? to Nosh G. Classcock [cclxxxv].  They moved to Missouri [cclxxxvi].
6.9.      
Polly Green [cclxxxvii], m. Mr. Catlett [cclxxxviii]
6.10.   
Austin Green [cclxxxix], m. Miss Bell [ccxc].  They lived and died in Hardin Co., Kentucky [ccxci].
6.11.   
Augustine Green[ccxcii].  Named in will[ccxciii].

Moses Geen

7.  Moses Green , son of Robert  & Eleanor (Duff) Green , b. ca. 1736[ccxciv], Orange Co., VA[ccxcv] - under 21 in 1747; d. will – 1770, Culpepper Co., VA inventory recorded 1779[ccxcvi]; possibly m. 13 Feb 1764, Rapphannock Co., VA to Mary Blackwell [ccxcvii]

Nov. 1755 John Green  vs. Green.  John Green of Orange , gent. orator complains:  Sometime in 1746, orator’s late father Robert Green  of Orange , purchased of Robert McCoy , late of Augusta , land on Linville’s Creek which Robert intended for John and his two brothers.  James & Moses Green , (they as well s orator infants)[ccxcviii]. In Feb 1746 (1747) McCoy conveyed the land to John, James and Moses.  Robert also owned other tracts of land jointly with Jost Hite  and Robert McCoy.  Orator has long since come of age, and is in want of part of the lands, but James and Moses are not of age.  Bill for partition filed, 1754.  Ans. Of James and Moses by Eleanor Green , their guardian –[ccxcix].

29 May 1761 – Mary Wood  of Frederick, Jas and Moses Green  of Culpepper to Joseph Skidmore Jr. – F on N fork of So. Br. Of Potomac 203 a part of 660 acres patented to Robert Green , 25th June 1747 – and similar on p. 374 – p. 380 John, James, and Moses Green of Culpepper convey[ccc].

Moses  & Mary (Blackwell) Green  had two (2) daughters[ccci]:

7.1.   Sarah Green [cccii], d. single[ccciii]
7.2.
  Eleanor Green [ccciv], m. Gen. Jas. Williams [cccv]

James Green Sr.

2.1.  James Green Sr. , son of Robert Green  of Culpepper; d. ca. 1779[cccvi], Washington Co., VA.

He is shown on the list of those who took the oath of allegiance on or before Oct 1777, with his son, William, in Henry County [cccvii].

“…once made a trip to eastern VA to claim his share of his father’s estate but became disenchanted with his high and mighty relatives and vowed to have nothing more to do with them”.[cccviii]  James  had brothers, nephews, cousins, etc. who remained in the Prince George area and were moderately wealthy land and slave owners.  Their holdings on Citty Creek were still in the possession of the Green family in the late 1700’s[cccix].

James Sr. went back to Culpeper Co. when his father died to share in the estate, but it is said that he found his kinfolks and half-brothers “all stuck-up” and unfriendly to him so he took what he could carry away in the settlement and left the balance to them.[cccx]

James Green, Sr.  had four (4) children:

2.1.1.        William Green , b. 15 Jan 1758[cccxi].
2.1.2.       
James Green, m. Jane Porter .  Is shown as being of Washington Co., VA and brother of William Green  from Stafford County .

James Green  had [NOTE:  According to research done by Ardath Jo Green , some of the children listed as belonging to Lewis Green Sr.  may have actually belonged to this James Green {see Miscellaneous Green section}.  Jesse almost certainly did and probably Nancy as well[cccxii]]:

2.1.3.        Jesse Green [cccxiii], b. ca. 1747, Dinwiddie Co, VA.
2.1.4.       
Nancy Green [cccxiv], b. 1750-1763, VA; d. aft. 1820; She maybe the Nancy Green who m. Peter Hutchinson [cccxv]

John Green

3.1.  John Green , son of Duff & Miss Thomas  or Barbour Green , b. 1752[cccxvi]; d. 1849[cccxvii], Culpepper Co., VA; m. Nancy Obenchain[cccxviii]. 

Revolutionary War Service[cccxix]:

Pension of John Green  G37 960 Va. Application for pension 15 Sept 1818, age 66 yrs, Residence at Rockbridge Co at date of application.

Enlisted in Jan/Feb 1776 at Goochland Co., VA served under Captain Samuel Woodson  with VA Troops was discharged 14 Dec 1777; discharge certification from 9th Regiment is signed by P. Muhlenberg , B.G.[cccxx]

Willis Green

3.3.  Willis Green [cccxxi], son of Duff & Anne (Willis) Green , b. Shenandoah Valley, VA; m. 1783[cccxxii], Danville, Boyle Co., KY[cccxxiii] to Sarah Reed [cccxxiv], daughter of John & Sarah (Wilcox) Reed [cccxxv].

Revolutionary War Service[cccxxvi]:

Va Troops in Contential Line:  Col John Green , Maj. Benj. Porter , John Willis , Capt Geo Berry , Wm. Johnson , Thos. Porter , Henry Willis , Lts: Wm. Sunbury , Wm. Porter , Thos Berry , Willis Green , Surgeion:  Chas Green . Subaltern: Wm Porter, Ensign Wm. Berry .

Henry Green

3.5.  Henry Green , son of Duff & Anne (Willis) Green,  d. will dated 6 Sept 1782[cccxxvii], proved 19 Sept 1785[cccxxviii], Fauquier Co., VA[cccxxix].  He was single[cccxxx].

Will of Henry Green , Fauquier Co. , VA dated 6 Sept 1782, proved 19 Sept 1785.  Names brothers Willis & William ; sister Eleanor Duff Green .  His mother Ann [cccxxxi].

 

 

 

 

4

Robert Green,  of Culpepper

 

 

2.

James Green,  of Washington Co.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.

William  & James Green

 

 

 

 

James Green

4.1.  James Green , son of Col. John  & Susannah ( Blackwell ) Green , b. 22 Jan 1748[cccxxxii], m. Betsy Jones . 

James  & Betsy (Jones) Green  had ten (10) children:

4.1.1.        Eliza Green [cccxxxiii], m. William A. Lane [cccxxxiv]
4.1.2.       
J. Strother Green [cccxxxv], m 1st to Miss Jett [cccxxxvi]; m 2nd Mrs. Jones [cccxxxvii].
4.1.3.       
James Green [cccxxxviii],m. to Miss Shackleford [cccxxxix]
4.1.4.       
Fanny Green [cccxl], m. to George M. Parsons [cccxli]
4.1.5.       
Duffy Green [cccxlii], m. to Miss Payne [cccxliii]
4.1.6.       
Dolly Green [cccxliv], m. to Turner Ashby [cccxlv]
4.1.7.       
Jones Green [cccxlvi], m. to Miss Scott [cccxlvii] of Fredericksburg , VA [cccxlviii]
4.1.8.       
Charles Green [cccxlix], m. to Ann Herndon [cccl].
4.1.9.        Mary Green [cccli], m. to Sam Bailey [ccclii]
4.1.10.   
Austin Green [cccliii], m. to Miss Gordon [cccliv] of Stafford [ccclv].

William Green

4.3.  William Green , son of Col. John  & Susannah ( Blackwell ) Green , b. 18 Jan 1757[ccclvi]; m. Lucy Clayton Williams [ccclvii].  William was captain of brig Defiance – ship and crew disappeared ca. 1781[ccclviii]. 

William  & Lucy (Williams) Green  had a son: 

4.3.1.        John William Green [ccclix], b. posthumous ca. 1781[ccclx]; m 1st to Mary Brown [ccclxi]; m 2nd to Millian Cooke [ccclxii], granddaughter of George Mason , of Gunston Hall[ccclxiii].

William Greene

2.1.1.  William Greene , son of James Green , b. 15 Jan 1758[ccclxiv], Stafford Co., VA[ccclxv]; d. 29 Apr 1887, Graves Co., KY[ccclxvi]; m. 20/30 Aug 1785[ccclxvii], Stafford Co., VA[ccclxviii] to Elizabeth ‘Betsy’[ccclxix] Green [ccclxxiv], daughter of Robert Green   (clerk of Stafford Co., VA) b. 25 Jul 1760[ccclxxv]; d. 23 Dec 1851[ccclxxvi], Randolph Co., IL[ccclxxvii]. 

He is shown on the list of those who took the oath of allegiance on or before Oct 1777, with his father, James , in Henry County [ccclxxviii].  He went to Washington County , near Abington, to the home of his brother after his father’s second marriage, according to his pension application[ccclxxix].

William  Applied for his Pension in August of 1836.  At the time of the application he was 79 years 7 months.  He was residing in Hickman Co., KY, and gave Washington Co., VA as his residence at the time of his enlistment[ccclxxx].

Note:  Somewhere in other notes that states that he was a close friend of Gen. Andrew Jackson .

Revolutionary War Service[ccclxxxi]:

Migration of William Green [ccclxxxiii]:

            In 1784 he went to Sumner Co., Tennessee till
           
June 1785, where he returned to Stafford Co., VA.  Where he married Aug 1785, returned with his wife to Sumner Co., Tennessee [ccclxxxiv]. 
           
In 1786 he removed to Logan Co., KY;
           
In 1786 removed to Logan Co., KY
            In 1788 to Robinson Co., TN,
           
1789 to Sumner Co., TN to Logan Co., KY
           
In 1802 to Stewart Co., TN
           
In 1831 to Illinois ,
           
In 1834 to Indiana ,
           
In 1836 to Hickman Co., KY

On 3 Dec 1855, William Henry  (then 61 yrs old) served as Administrator of the estate of Betsey Green  swore that her surviving children were[ccclxxxv]:

§         Betsey Rusk , b. Apr 10, 1795, md. 15 Jan 1814 Joel Rusk . Lived in Randolph Co., Ill.
§        
Polly Haines , Jan 17, 1789 md John Haines ; lived in White Co., Ill.
§        
Sally Goff (Gough) , b Aug 5 1792, m.  Essy Goff , lived in New Madrid, MO
§        
Rachel Sills , b. Jan 24, 1803, md Willy Sims , lived in Steward Co., Tenn

Sara Gough  of Pt. Pleasant, Missouri testified on 15 Jan 1860 concerning Wm & Betsey Green .

William  & Elizabeth “Betsy” (Green) Green  had[ccclxxxvi]:

2.1.1.1.  Nancy Green , b. 14 Sept 1786[ccclxxxvii]; dec’d by 8 May 1855[ccclxxxviii]
2.1.1.2. 
Betsy Green , b. 10 Apr 1795[ccclxxxix]; m. Joel Rusk .  Living in Randolph Co. , IL on 8 May 1855[cccxc].
2.1.1.3. 
Polly/Molly Green , b. 17 Jan 1789[cccxci]; m. 1811 to Caleb Martin [cccxcii]; m 2nd (?) Mr. Haines [cccxciii]
2.1.1.4. 
Sally/Salley Green , b. 5 Aug 1792[cccxciv]; m. Mr. Goff [cccxcv]
2.1.1.5. 
Rachel Green , b. 24 Jan 1803[cccxcvi]; m. Mr. Sills [cccxcvii]

James Green Sr.

2.1.2.  James Green Sr. , son of James Green, b. 1750[cccxcviii] or 9 Sep 1761, Culpepper Co, VA; d. 31 Dec 1782, Pound, Wise Co, VA, scalped by Old Chief Benge ; m. ca. 1781 to Jane Porter , daughter of Patrick  & Ann (Walker[cccxcix]) Porter , b. 1761[cd], Guilford Co., NC[cdi]; d. 25 Sept 1842[cdii], Nickelsville, Scott Co., VA[cdiii]. 

James Sr.  settled in 1772-72 at Blackmore’s Fort, located at the Mouth of Stoney Creek (now Scott Co., VA)[cdiv].  He must have been 21 years of age to own land in his own name otherwise if he was not of legal age the records would have so stated.  In other words to be classified as a tithable one must be 21 or over[cdv].

Capt. John Blackmore , Jos. Blackmore Jr. , John Carter  and Andrew Davis , settling at Ft. Blackmore in 1773.  Another early pioneer to the area was Patrick Porter , who came to the Clinch as early as 1770-1772[cdvi].

According to “tradition” made the first settlement in the present territory of Scott Co., VA about 1775[cdvii].

Two years after James came to the Clinch area a Lewis Green  is found on 23 Mar 1774 having had 91 acres surveyed on Southside Clinch River[cdviii].

James ‘Jim’ Green Sr.  was killed one morning by the Indians while his wife was cooking breakfast.  He thought he heard turkeys gobbling and went out to kill them.  It was the Indians so one shot him thru the eye and a young boy, Robin Kilgore  lived with them in the fort.  Before he, Jim Green  died he asked Robin to take care of Jean.  Later Robin married Jim Green’s widow.  He was killed either at Dorton’s fort at Nickelsville or at Castlewood Fort[cdix]. 

Revolutionary Service:  James served with Josiah Payne  and Patrick Porter .  He is listed as a soldier of the American Revolution in the DAR Patriot Index, Volume 2[cdx].

From Indian Wars of Western Va, DeHass, p. 279 on a list of effects lost of sundry soldiers of Capt. Wm. Foreman ’s Co. of Hampshire Co. volunteers:  “James Green  – a rifle gun - Ł10, a blanket 37s 6d Sept 27, 1777.

From an old court record Abingdon , VA , dated 15 Jul 1783 indicates that he is dec’d by this time.  The entry reads “On motion from James Patrick Porter , administration is granted him of the estate of James Green , deceased, who made oath thereto and entered into and acknowledged his bond with Samuel Ritchie  and John Martin , his securities in the sum of 100 pounds for the faithful administration of the deceased estate.”

James & Jane (Porter) Green  Sr. had one son:

2.1.2.1.     James Green  Jr. b. 12 Feb 1783[cdxi], Washington Co., VA a few months after the death of his father; d. 6 Oct 1851[cdxii], Scott Co., VA[cdxiii]; m. 1802[cdxiv], Scott Co., VA[cdxv] to Delcena Stallard [cdxvi].

Nancy Green

2.1.4.  Nancy Green [cdxvii], daughter of James Green   Sr. [cdxviii], b. 1750-1763, VA; d. aft. 1820; She maybe the Nancy Green  who m. Peter Hutchinson [cdxix]

James Green  was in Washington Co. at this time (1770-1772) and not far from Abingdon.  From notes from a cousin (d. 1958) and correspondence with him – he thought that “Peter Hutchinson  was the brother of Elizabeth Hutchinson  who m. the father of Andrew Jackson .  We have Elizabeths and Andrew Jacksons all through this line of Hutchinsons and there is a tradition with some of these Hutchinsons that they are related to Andrew Jackson”.  James Green was a friend of Andrew Jackson, and Peter Hutchinson m. Nancy Green , who was (per this cousin) close relation to James Green, and positively, niece of Gen. John Green  of Revolution fame.  (I wonder if Col. John  instead of Gen. John???)

Charles Green

4.1.8.  Charles Green [cdxx], son of James  & Betsy (Jones) Green,  m. Ann Herndon [cdxxi]. 

Charles & Ann (Herndon) Green  had two (2) sons:

4.1.8.1.   Charles Green [cdxxii]
4.1.8.2. 
 James William Green [cdxxiii]

John William Green

4.3.1. John William Green [cdxxiv], son of William & Lucy (Williams) Green,  b. posthumous ca. 1781[cdxxv]; m 1st to Mary Brown [cdxxvi]; m 2nd to Millian Cooke [cdxxvii], granddaughter of George Mason , of Gunston Hall[cdxxviii].

He served as a Judge of the Virginia Court of Appeals[cdxxix].

Judge John W. & Mary (Brown) Green  had three (3) children[cdxxx]:

4.3.1.1.  William Green [cdxxxi], m. Columbia Slaughter [cdxxxii]. 
4.3.1.2. 
Raleigh B. Green [cdxxxiii], d. single[cdxxxiv]
4.3.1.3. 
D. Daniel S. Green [cdxxxv], m. VA Slaughter [cdxxxvi]. 

Judge John W . & Million (Cooke) Green  had five (5) children:

4.3.1.4.  John Cooke Green [cdxxxvii], m. Lucy Morton  of Culpeper, VA. 
4.3.1.5. 
Thomas Claiborne Green [cdxxxviii], Judge of the West VA Court of Appeals[cdxxxix].
4.3.1.5. 
George Green [cdxl], m. Bettie Ashby [cdxli]
4.3.1.6. 
James William Green [cdxlii], m. Anne Sanford McDonald [cdxliii]
4.3.1.7. 
Lucy Williams Green[cdxliv], d. single[cdxlv]

James Green Jr.

2.1.2.1.  James Green  Jr., son of James  & Jane (Porter) Green  Sr., b. 12 Feb 1783, Washington Co., VA, a few months after the death of his father; d. 6 Oct 1851, Harlan Co., KY; m. Sena[cdxlvi] ‘Ducena” Stallard , daughter of Samuel  & Jael (Duncan[cdxlvii]) Stallard , b. ca. 1781, Dungannon, VA. 

 1850 Scott Co., VA Census shows:

Green,   James   65, (b. 1785)                  Green, James               32, (b. 1818, VA)
           
Stacey   50, (b. 1800)                             Louisa               25, (b. 1825, TN)
Kilgore, William   20, (b. 1830)                            Martha             12, (b. 1838, TN)
Alley,     Elizabeth [cdxlviii]                                    Benj. F.            10, (b. 1840, VA)
                                                                          
Elisha W.           6, (b. 1844, VA)
                                                                          
Mary E.            2, (b. 1848, VA)

James  & Ducena (Stallard) Green  Jr. had ten (10) children[cdxlix]:

2.1.2.1.1.         Mary Ann “Polly” Green , b. 12 Dec 1807[cdl]; d. 18 Nov 1883[cdli]; m. 14 Apr 1831[cdlii], Scott Co., VA to William Dingus , son of Phillip  & Nancy (McConell) Dingus .
2.1.2.1.2.        
Robert ‘Bobby’ Kilgore[cdliii] Green , b. 10 Jun 1811[cdliv], Russell Co., VA; d. 2 Sept 1875, Elliott Co., KY; m. ca. 1832, VA to Marinda Thompson , daughter of Moses  & Elizabeth (Munsey) Workman , b. 1813[cdlv]/24 May 1819[cdlvi], VA[cdlvii]; d. 24  May 1899,  Elliott Co., KY.  Moved to Elliott Co., Kentucky[cdlviii]. 
2.1.2.1.3.        
Jael [cdlix]/Jailey Green , m. 18 Mar 1840[cdlx] to James Brickey .  Lived Ft. Blackmore.
2.1.2.1.4.        
William Wellington[cdlxi] Green , b. Mar 1817; m. 15 Oct 1832[cdlxii]/1837[cdlxiii], Scott Co., VA[cdlxiv] to Sarah[cdlxv] “Sallie” Hutchinson , b. 31 Mar 1822, Scott Co., VA; d. 23 May 1894, Elliott Co., KY.  They went to Kentucky[cdlxvi].
2.1.2.1.5.        
Susan Green , b. 26 Aug 1808[cdlxvii], Scott Co., VA; d. 9 Aug 1895[cdlxviii], Elliott Co., KY; m 1st bef. 1828 to James Claiborne White, son of Nelson & Abigail (Unknown) White, b. ca. 1802, VA; d. ca. 1836, Missouri ; m 2nd 9 Aug 1836, Morgan Co., KY to Thomas Jefferson[cdlxix] ‘Jeff’ Mason , son of Jesse  & Sally (Todd) Mason , b. 28 Jul 1808, VA; d. 18 Apr1 1861, Morgan Co., KY.  They went to Kentucky[cdlxx].
2.1.2.1.6.        
Martin Wood[cdlxxi] Green , b. 1825[cdlxxii], m. 5 Sept 1852[cdlxxiii] to Elizabeth Gillenwaters , b. 1830[cdlxxiv].  Moved to Elliott Co., KY[cdlxxv].  Poem
2.1.2.1.7.        
Eliza[cdlxxvi] Jane Green , m. 31 Dec 1829[cdlxxvii] to John Armstrong [cdlxxviii].  They went to Kentucky[cdlxxix].
2.1.2.1.8.        
Almeda Green , m. to Miss Sparks .
2.1.2.1.9.        
Marion Green [cdlxxx] seems to have been kind of the black-sheep of the family[cdlxxxi].
2.1.2.1.10.    
James Green , III[cdlxxxii], m. Nancy Gardiner [cdlxxxiii].  They went to Kentucky[cdlxxxiv].

William Green

4.3.1.1.  William Green [cdlxxxv], son of Judge John W. & Mary (Brown) Green,  m. Columbia Slaughter [cdlxxxvi]. 

William & Columbia (Slaughter) Green  had two (2) children:

4.3.1.1.1.         John Slaughter Green [cdlxxxvii], d. killed in battle[cdlxxxviii].
4.3.1.1.2.        
Bettie Slaughter Green [cdlxxxix], m. James Hause [cdxc] of Richmond[cdxci].

D. Daniel S. Green

4.3.1.2.  D. Daniel S. Green [cdxcii], son of Judge John W. & Mary (Brown) Green,  m. VA Slaughter [cdxciii].

D. Daniel S.  & VA (Slaughter) Green  had three (3) children:

4.3.1.2.1.         Dr. William Green [cdxciv], of Baltimore, Maryland[cdxcv]
4.3.1.2.2.        
Samuel S. Green [cdxcvi] of Charlestown, West VA[cdxcvii]
4.3.1.2.3.        
Mollie Green [cdxcviii], m. Richard Morton [cdxcix] of Baltimore, Maryland[d]

John Cooke Green

4.3.1.4.  John Cooke Green [di], son of Judge John W. & Mary (Brown) Green , m. Lucy Morton  of Culpeper, VA. 

John Cooke & Lucy (Morton) Green  had two (2) children[dii]:

4.3.1.4.1.         Bessie Green [diii], m. John Amble Brooke [div]
4.3.1.4.2.        
Cooke Green [dv], m. Edward Brooke [dvi]

Mary Ann ‘Polly’ Green

2.1.2.1.1.  Mary Ann “Polly” Green , daughter of James  & Ducena (Stallard) Green  Jr., b. 12 Dec 1807[dvii]; d. 18 Nov 1883[dviii]; m. 14 Apr 1831[dix] to William Dingus .

William  & Mary Ann ‘Polly’ (Green) Dingus  had ten (10) children[dx]:

2.1.2.1.1.1.         John Dingus , b. 23 Jun 1800, m 1st to Nancy Compton ; m 2nd to Mrs. Mahla Powers .
2.1.2.1.1.2.        
Catherine Dingus , b. 29 Jan 1802; d. never married.
2.1.2.1.1.3.        
Harry Schnee Dingus , b. 21 Aug 1803
2.1.2.1.1.4.        
William Dingus , b. 27 Mar 1805; m. Mary Ann ‘Polly’ Green
2.1.2.1.1.5.        
Susannah Dingus , b. 7 Mar 1807; m. David Duncan
2.1.2.1.1.6.        
Dara Elizabeth Dingus , b.  27 Mar 1809; m. George W. Thompson .
2.1.2.1.1.7.        
George Dingus , b. 11 Feb 1811; m. Margaret Addington .
2.1.2.1.1.8.        
Lucy Dingus , b. 15 Dec 1813; m. William Casteel
2.1.2.1.1.9.        
Samuel Dingus , b. 1815; m. Mahala Wells
2.1.2.1.1.10.     
Nancy Dingus , b. 1817; m. J. Calvin Flanary

Robert Kilgore Green

2.1.2.1.2.  Robert ‘Bobby’ Kilgore[dxi] Green , son of James  & Ducena (Stallard) Green  Jr., b. 1811[dxii], m. Marinda Thompson , b. 1813[dxiii].  Moved to Elliott Co., Kentucky[dxiv]. 

Moved to Elliott Co., Kentucky[dxv].  He was a schoolteacher/preacher[dxvi] and noted for his learning[dxvii].  Robert was noted for his religious views[dxviii].

It is noted that “Aunt Eliza Jane (Broadwater) Compton  said Bobby was peculiar in some of his beliefs and oractions, manners.  He wore wooden[dxix] sandals and white clothes in summer at least.  No hat, but in heat of sun wore leaves on his head[dxx].

1860 Scott Co., VA Census shows:

Green, Robert               49
           
Marinda             47
            Martin W .         19
            David                17
            Seany                14

Robert K & Marinda (Thompson) Green  had three (3) children:

2.1.2.1.2.1.   Martin W. Green [dxxi], b. 1841
2.1.2.1.2.2.  
David Green [dxxii], b. 1843
2.1.2.1.2.3.  
Seany Green [dxxiii], b. 1846

Martin W. Green

2.1.2.1.6.  Martin Wood[dxxiv] Green , son of James & Ducena (Stallard) Green  Jr., b. 1825[dxxv]; m. Elizabeth Gillenwaters , daughter of Shela  & Nancy (Cox) Gillenwater [dxxvi], b. 1830[dxxvii]. 

Moved to Elliott Co., KY[dxxviii].  He was a teacher and a composer of poetry[dxxix]. 

NOTE[dxxx]:  David Cox  m. Jemima Leach .  They had Nancy Cox  who m. Shela Gillenwater .

1860 Scott Co., VA Census shows:

Green,        Martin W.         35
                  Elizabeth           30
                  Nancy J.             6
                  Shelby G.           4
                  Robert K.           4
                  Samuel L.         6/12

Martin W.  & Elizabeth (Gillenwaters) Green  had four (4) children:

2.1.2.1.6.1.   Elizabeth Green [dxxxi], b. 1854
2.1.2.1.6.2.  
Shelby G. Green [dxxxii], twin of Robert K., b. 1856
2.1.2.1.6.3.  
Robert K. Green [dxxxiii], twin of Shelby G., b. 1856
2.1.2.1.6.4.   Samuel Logan[dxxxiv] Green [dxxxv], b. 1860 (6 months old at time of census); m. Mary Ellen Harper [dxxxvi]. 

William Dingus

2.1.2.1.1.4.  William Dingus [dxxxvii], son of William & Mary Ann (Green) Dingus , b. 27 Mar 1805; m. Mary Ann ‘Polly’ Green [dxxxviii].

William  & Mary Ann (Green) Dingus  had ten (10) children[dxxxix]:

2.1.2.1.1.4.1.          Sarah Jane Dingus [dxl], b. 27 Jan 1832; m. William Culbertson
2.1.2.1.1.4.2.         
James H. Dingus [dxli], b. 21 Sept 1833; m. Sarah B. Halbert
2.1.2.1.1.4.3.         
Samuel P. Dingus [dxlii], b. 21 Aug 1835; m. Frances Arty Flannery
2.1.2.1.1.4.4.         
David Crockett Dingus [dxliii], b. 10 Oct 1837; m. Victoria Jane Halbert
2.1.2.1.1.4.5.         
Susan Dingus [dxliv], b. 15 Nov 1839; m. Berry Compton .  These are the grandparents of Lake Compton .
2.1.2.1.1.4.6.         
Harry Martin Dingus [dxlv], b. 1 Jan 1841; m. Ellen Moore
2.1.2.1.1.4.7.         
Chas Wesley Dingus [dxlvi], b. 29 Oct 1843; m. Nancy Jane Flannery
2.1.2.1.1.4.8.         
Philip Marion Dingus [dxlvii], b. 1 Dec 1845; m. Mary Martha Banner
2.1.2.1.1.4.9.         
Phoebe Louisa Dingus [dxlviii], b. 5 Jan 1849; m. William Thos. Osborne
2.1.2.1.1.4.10.     
Deleena Isabell Dingus [dxlix], b. 17 Aug 1851; m. Henry Dean .

Samuel Logan Green

2.1.2.1.6.4.  Samuel Logan[dl] Green [dli], son of Martin W. & Elizabeth (Gillenwaters) Green, b. 1860 (6 months old at time of census); m. Mary Ellen Harper [dlii].

Samuel Logan  & Mary Ellen (Harper) Green  had a (1) daughter :

2.1.2.1.6.4.1.          Mona Green [dliii], m. Rev. Ora Pennington [dliv].

Mona Green

2.1.2.1.6.4.1.  Mona Green[dlv], daughter of Samuel Logan  & Mary Ellen (Harper) Green , m. Rev. Ora Pennington [dlvi].

Rev. Ora  & Mona (Green) Pennington  had a daughter:

2.1.2.1.6.4.1.1.    Mary Ellen Pennington , m. to Mr. Henson


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