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William Green, the patriot, and his descendants

Lawrence W. Maynard

William Green, the patriot, and his descendants

by Lawrence W. Maynard

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Published by L.W. Maynard in Fort Worth, Tex. (2821 West Boyce Ave., Fort Worth 76133) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Green family.,
  • Green, William, 1762-1873 -- Family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Lawrence W. Maynard and others.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.G8 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 264 p. :
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL841490M
    LC Control Number95118584

    "The purpose of this book is to give the record of the descendants of Timothy Greene through his son Levi. Elder Timothy Greene [ a Baptist minister] was born in West Greenwich, Rhode Island, J He was married to Mrs. Silence (Rowland) Burlingame of Scituate, Massachusetts, in West Greenwich, Rhode Island, on Septem Draper Information. The root of what we know about the four Logan brothers comes from information collected by Lyman Copeland Draper while performing research for his book Kings Mountain and Its Heroes. 12 During and , Draper corresponded with John Randolph Logan who was a grandson of the brother William Logan. John Randolph Logan wrote Draper .

    A bibliography of national newspaper articles dating from to , which deal in some way with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, show more ↓ Since its publication in , both Latter-day Saint and non-Latter-day Saint readers have cast the Book of Mormon in a variety of roles. This collection represents an effort to. You will recall that in my book "Some More Riddles of North Carolina", John W. Riddle, Sr. sold his land in Stokes County, North Carolina on October 9, , moved his family to what is now Yancey County, where they settled on the banks of the Cain River in

    William County was formed in Virginia. Book II is a history of their great-grandson William Foster b. , the Revolutionary War Hero, and his descendants. He was the son of George Foster and Margaret Grigsby, who was the son of William Foster “The Elder” b. mentioned above. Note. Descendants of Rev. William Thompson. Generation No. 1. Rev. William 1 Thompson was born Abt. in Lancashire, England, and died 10 December in Braintree, MA married (1) Abigail Collins about. in England, daughter of John Collins and Grace Wagger. She was born before 17 October in Bramford, Suffolk, England, and died 01 January /43 in .


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The book "Reminiscences & Memories of North Carolinans" by John H. Wheeler describes Rev. William Hill, Jr. as a Baptist Minister, a sterling patriot and a honest man. His break with his families Episcopalian background is said to have temporarily caused his father to disown : Hannah Elizabeth (Halbert) Hill.

THE MEACHAM GENEALOGY. Sketch of the Descendants of Joseph Meacham, a Revolutionary Patriot, Who Died in Christian County, Ky., About The first ancestor of the Meacham family of whom there is reliable information was William Meacham who lived in Chatham county, N.

C., prior to the Revolutionary War. 2 May –13 Feb. William Mercer Green, first Protestant Episcopal bishop of Mississippi, was born in Wilmington. His father was Lieutenant William Green, a patriot of the American Revolution, whose early death placed responsibility for.

This William Wilson of Sandy Run, Rutherford County is NOT the same as the William Wilson of Rowan County who married Nancy Green and whose descendants lived in Yancey and Mitchell County, NC. For that William and his family, see William Wilson, of Rowan Co, NC, DAR Patriot. William Hone (3 June – 8 November ) was an English writer, satirist and bookseller.

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Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass. FHL Book Gd. [Green] Adams, Edward Ewing.

Green Family Historical Collections, a History of James Green (or Greene) and His Descendants: A Resident of Old Tryon and Rutherford Counties, North Carolina; Knox County, Tennessee and Madison and Bond Counties, Illinois.

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She was born about She died in in Wilkes County, Georgia. Notes for William Barron: References to William Barron have not been located by researchers in any contemporary Size: 1MB. William Coram, Jr, Patriot and His Descendants; William Houston Dismukes and His Kin From ; William Pegues and His Wife Sarah Hicks; William Pentecost; William, Pickett, Harris; Williams Family of Wales-America; Williams and Collins; Wills and Bible Records; Wills of Sampson and Christopher Nation; Woolley Family.

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One of the founders of Vermont and later, a Loyalist, Marsh faced political challenges and strife, violence, a long 3/5.9. Peter Stephens (Ludwig Sr 2, Peter (Hans) 1) was born in in Frederick County, Virginia and died in in Frederick County, Virginia at age General Notes: Peter and Barbara were deeded acres on Opequon Creek by her father in and also acres from his father in September (Fred.

Co. Deed Book “11,” pp. ).Robert Green was the son of William Green and his wife, Eleanor Duff. It has been said that William Green was an officer in the body guard of William III Prince of Orange. A roster of that troop shows his name under title "Yeoman".

Robert Green /48 emigrated to Virginia in He is descended from Green's Norton in Northampton Co.