Green Family Genealogy

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Lewis Green . realted to Nancy E. Tabor . Lewis Green b 1710-1724 d. circa 1784 on "blue Spring Rd. on route to Nashville, Tn. “There is a book called the "Stallard Connection" with over 1000 pages that has a lot of "Green" family information in it”

2 Color-coded Genealogy Research Filing System and see if you have information about births, marriages and deaths of your ancestors. Using the information you

Bryan family history descendants of john and sarah bryan of rowan county, north carolina samuel and margaret bryan of davidson county, tennessee samuel and charlotte bryan

1 Family Group Sheet Husband: Thomas Green II Born: Abt. 22 Jan 1664/65 in: Elmdon, Warwick, England Married: Bef. 29 Dec 1689 in: Gloucester Co. NJ

9 70 GREEN COUNTY KENTUCKY LAND ENTRIES 1796-1834, COMPILED BY R. N. SMITH AND LAURA LEE BUTLER 10 79 GREEN COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS, Abstract Original Genealogy Sheet Line # Coffey Name Page Page Date Link Comments/Data About this Entry 35 1802 ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TAX LIST

Ancestry of Ansel Green 2 Descendants of JOHN Greene Generation No. 1 1. JOHN1 GREENE was born Abt. 1606 in England1, and died Bet. 1692 – 1696 in Kingstown, RI, USA1.

George Green 1803 321 George Sorrell 1803 322 Thomas Holloway 1788 325, 350 Malachi Stalling 1803 326 Shelldrake Brown 1803 328 George Harris 1803 329 James Blunt 1803 331 John Finley 1803 331 Jonathan Butt 1803 334 Margaret Watson 1803 336

Descendants of Green Lankford Generation No. 1 1. Green1 Lankford was born Bet. 1792 – 1798 in Warren County, North Household/Family #133, Line #35. He is listed as Green Lankford, White, Male, Age: 88, Married, Occuption: At Home.

ASSESSING DUNCAN FAMILY STORIES (Links to the background texts are shown in blue.) As an experiment I am applying the methods for assessing historical evidence to Mary Ann Dobson’s compilation Genealogy of James Franklin Duncan of Atlanta, Georgia.

THE WELLS FAMILY GENEALOGY By Ardean Wells July 20, 2015 Compiled by Ardean Wells and Carl Case Son of Thomas and Phebe Green Wells Wed: 1759 to Elizabeth Dartts Children: (3) Gardner Wells:(B) 1770 (D) 1839 Wed: 1792 to Wealthy Gallup Children: (4)

GREEN CHEROKEE DESCENDANTS READ THIS! X7140/1 Posted by: William Scott Anderson Date: November 12, 2000 at 23:37:23 of 19618 Please share with with your cousins.

The Barnet Green and Mary Jane Porter Family, Including their Descendants and Ancestors, as Well as The Porter, Roberts, and Gee Families by Donald E. Green, Ph.D.

Black Heritage in the Upper Piedmont of South Carolina Project Collection . A Register — 1982, 1989 – 1990 . Creator family ancestry, economic profiles, religious life, Anderson County (S.C.)—Genealogy . 4. Greenville County (S.C.)—Genealogy . Oconee County (S.C.)—Genealogy .

1 Descendants of William Wood Generation No. 1 1. SR. WILLIAM1 WOOD died Abt. 1813 in North Carolina. He married ELIZABETH. She died Aft. 1810 in North

SOME EARLY MARRIAGES, CHOCTAW COUNTY, ALABAMA Loose papers on the G.B. Chaney family DUNLAP, DAVID m. Law suits over the estate of Emanuel Chaney and his father Green Berry Chaney (Sr.) 1857 and following years- loose papers

CEMETERIES OF MCNAIRY COUNTY, TENNESSEE It is actually the Richards Cemetery, the family of John Richards. 3. Since this project took so long, some of the data was lost and a file on the computer was distorted which was never fully regained.

9 70 GREEN COUNTY KENTUCKY LAND ENTRIES 1796-1834, COMPILED BY R. N. SMITH AND LAURA LEE BUTLER 10 79 GREEN COUNTY MARRIAGE RECORDS, Abstract Original Genealogy Sheet Line # Coffey Name Page Page Date Link Comments/Data About this Entry 35 1802 ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TAX LIST

An academic genealogy is similar to a family genealogy, but differs in that rather than following generations from parent to child, a lineage is passed

Kentucky ancestors Vol. 41, No. 3 Spring 2006 Kentucky Ancestors (ISSN-0023-0103) is published quarterly by the Kentucky Historical Society and is distributed

Civil War Letters to the Greenberry Barron family of Chambers County, AL Letters and pictures shared by Don L. Clark from the collection of Cenus and Gladys Phillips of