Isaac Green of Huntingdon Co. PA

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  • ID: I1435
  • Name: Isaac GREEN
  • Given Name: Isaac
  • Surname: GREEN
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 28 AUG 2013
  • Note:
    Will of Isaac Green, dated July 10, 1820, West Township, Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania mentions his wife Elizabeth, sons Joshua and Aquilla and five sons and two daughters and grandson Robert Green.
    He served in the Rev. War, and was a Patriot of the 3rd. Rgt. of the Maryland Line. 2 Jun 1778 to 15 Jan 1783. Documented by State of Maryland, Hall of records, and verified 1 Aug 1970.
    County land records seem to indicate that he moved from Maryland to Pennsylvania between 1722 and 1788. Isaac lived on what has come to be known as the "Davis Farm" in West twp. He was buried on what is now Ayer's farm.
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  • Birth: 3 SEP 1742 in Maryland
  • Note: Some researchers say "Near Hagerstown" but no reference to this has been found.
  • _QUAL:
  • _INFO: S 8
  • Birth: 13 SEP 1742 in Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland
  • Note:
    Isaac Green, born 9/13/1742 - Baltimore, Maryland, where his family are mentioned in the Vols. of Bishop Francis Asbury. Revolutionary Patriot, settled in Huntingdon county, Pa. in 1784.
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    http://pages.123-reg.co.uk/horizonglen-236442/
    Francis Asbury left England in 1771 and rose to become North America's first Methodist Bishop. He played a key role in American and Methodist history

    "Coming soon - the index of Francis Asbury's Journal will be available on this site. A fantastic resource for family and local history researchers!" as of 6 Nov 2004.
    9 10
  • Event: Living BET 1767 AND 1780 Double Pipe Creek, Frederick co. (now Carroll co.), Maryland
  • Note:
    Dates estimated.
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    Monocacy River.
    The river rises in Carroll County, Maryland west of the unincorporated town of Harney, near the Maryland-Pennsylvania border. The river is formed by the confluence of Marsh Creek and Rock Creek, which flow out of Adams County, Pennsylvania. Maryland tributaries include Furnace Branch in Montgomery County, Double Pipe Creek in Carroll County, and Stony Creek in Frederick County; other Pennsylvania tributaries include Tom's Creek in Adams County and Franklin County.

    About 60% of the Monocacy Watershed is dedicated to agricultural use; about 33% of the watershed is forested. The city of Frederick and its suburbs is the largest urban area within the watershed.

    The village of Double Pipe Creek is no longer shown on Maryland state map. It is shown on the 1895 Atlas in Carroll County located northwest of Keymar, between Middleburg and Keysville the birthplace of Frances Scott Key.

    Carroll County named after Charles Carroll of Carrollton and created out of Baltimore and Frederick Counties was created in 1835 with the following boundaries Beginning at the Pennsylvania line at Rock Creek thence to the Monocacy River thence to the junction of the Monocacy and Double Pipe Creek thence with the course of Pipe Creek to the point of junction of Little Pipe Creek and Big Pipe Creek thence with Little Pipe Creek to its junction with Sam's Creek thence with Sam's Creek to W ar field's Mill thence with the Buffalo road to Parr's Spring thence with the western branch of the Pa tapsco Falls to the point of its junction with the northern branch of the Patapsco Falls thence with the northern branch of said falls to the bridge erected over said falls on the turnpike road leading from Reisterstown to Westminster thence in a straight course to the Pennsylvania line running north seventeen degrees east thence to the Pennsylvania line to the place of beginning.
    - "History of Baltimore City and County, from the earliest period to the
    ...", By John Thomas Scharf
    11
  • Event: Private, 3rd Regiment Military 2 JUN 1778 Montgomery or Frederick co., Maryland
  • Note:
    [It is not known if any of the following Isaac Greens is the one who migrated to Pennsylvania, Huntingdon county.]
    Isaac Green
    Private in the 3rd Regiment Maryland
    Enlisted June 2, 1778; Discharged November 1, 1780
    Reenlisted January 1, 1781; Discharged January 15, 1782
    Frederick Detachment, returns January 31, to March 2, 1778
    NSDAR 375-535

    References:
    Records of Maryland Troops in the Continental Service, Vol. 18, MUSTERS OF MARYLAND TROOPS, VOL. I., p. 114-470-536
    Vol. 1, p. 9 Revolutionary Records fo Maryland, by
    Gaius M. Brumbaugh and Margaret R. Hodges
    Baltimore, MD
    1924
    Montgomery County, Maryland, March Court, 1778
    Persons in Montgomery County Who Have Taken the Following Oath...
    Oneas Campbell's Returns.
    16. Green, Bendick
    28. Green, Philip
    71. Green, John
    74. Green, Isaac

    Maryland Hall of Records
    Annapolis, MD
    Revolutionary Records Dep Pay #1 Folio 26
    1783
    Nov'r 22 Isaac Green Priv't 43-2-7 (Note: It is not known at this time the meaning of the numbers)

    Maryland Hall of Records
    Annapolis, MD
    Revolutionary Papers Box 3, Folder 5
    Acct of Clothing 3rd Regiment continued
    No. 94 Isaac Green, 1 shirt, 1 shalloon coattee

    Maryland Hall of Records
    Annapolis, MD
    Baltimore Co. Court Minutes page 305
    "An Alphabetical List of Persons Not taken the Oath of Allegiance ...."
    Mino Run
    Green William
    Green Isaac
    Green Meshack
    Green Shadrack
    Green Abednago
    Gunpowder Upper
    Green Edward
    Green Clemont
    Green Thos
    Middle River Upper
    Green Isaac Son Geo
    Green Elisha
    Green Jno
    Green Greenbury
    Green Samuel
    Green Weeks
    Green Nathan

    [Note: Carroll County was formed in 1837 from Baltimore and Frederick Counties]

    The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War
    by E. Eugene Clements and F. Edward Wright
    Muster Rolls and Other Lists
    Montgomery County, Upper Battalion
    4th Co.
    Isaac Green
    6th Co.
    Joshua Green
    Reph Green
    8th Co.
    Thos. Green
    Bennet. Green
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  • Event: Removal ABT 1780 Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania
  • Note:
    `This is a copy of the 1890 letter written to Carrie Lulu Green Moyer by Dr. Wesley Johnson Green (or possible an excerpt of it ) as no date shown or any legible signature. Transcribed by Velda Moynier.
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    (Across top of first page is "letter to Mrs. Moyer, at her request, for a line of genealogy of the family from Isaac Green, her great grandfather" C. M. Moyer)

    1st Page
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    "About the middle of the seventeenth century century three Brothers the name of Green left England and settle in U.S.A. one in Maryland, one in Virginia, one in New England. We are the descendents of the Maryland Green lived near Baltimore ... all moved to Huntingdon County Pennsylvania about 1780. Isaac our Grandfather married Miss Elizabeth Ricketts had 7 children, 5 boys and 2 girls. Acquilla, Elijah, Nathaniel, John and Joshua -- Sarah and Amelia. Nathaniel married Ruth Johnson, Elijah married his cousin, Miss Green, John - Miss Campbell, Johsua - Miss Carmon, Amelia - Thomas Johnson and Sarah - Mr. Palmer."

    2nd Page
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    "Grandfather Johnson moved form the same state to Huntindon County about the same time. His name was Benjamin. Now to our Grandmother's side (?) ... ... were 8 children - Benjamin, Ephraim, Phillip, Thomas and Wesley - Elizabeth, Ruth and Hannah. Wesley married Elizabeth Alexander, Thomas - Amelia Green, and Elizabeth married David Porter - Hannah - Mr. Calderwood and Ruth married father."

    (the next 4 lines are in a very black area of the paper and I (Velda) can't distinguish enough of the writing to tell what it says.)

    "I never saw any of my grandparents & not all of my uncles & aunts."

    (There are 3 more lines on page in a darkened area & can't really tell if any further writing exists or a signature. It's possible there could be some writing there & done by a different person in lighter ink.)
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  • Event: Road Supervisor Elected BET 1809 AND 1812 West twp., Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania
  • _QUAL:
  • _INFO: S 15
  • Will: 10 JUL 1820 Huntingdon, Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania
  • Note: The only heirs mentioned in the will are: Elisabeth, his wife; Joshua Green, his son; Aquilla Green, his son; and Robert Green, his grandson. Elijah Greene and Christian Peightal were witnesses.
  • _QUAL:
  • _INFO: P 16
  • Death: 3 JAN 1821 in West twp., Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania
  • Burial: ABT 5 JAN 1821 Warriors Ridge, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
  • _QUAL:
  • _INFO: S 17 18
  • Probate: 8 OCT 1821 Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania
  • _QUAL:
  • _INFO: S 19
  • _QUAL:
  • _INFO: S 20
  • Occupation: Operated Saw Mill Warm Springs, Oneida twp., Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania
  • Event: Living Warriors Ridge, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
  • Ancestral File #: KXZX-0C
  • Event: A046956 DAR #
  • Event: 52866489 FindaGrave #



    Father: George (The Immigrant) GREEN b: CA 1720

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth RICKETTS b: 1 JAN 1747/8 in St John's Parish, Hartford co., Maryland
    • Note:
      Isaac Green served three years as private in the 3rd Reg Maryland.
      Isaac and Elizabeth came from Maryland to Oneida twp. and then to Miller twp. Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania after the war was over.

      Page AB
      Isaac's will, dated 10 July 1820, mentions 5 sons, 2 daughters, grandson Robert , Joshua took care of Aquilla who was handicapped.
    • Married: 2 JAN 1767 in Maryland 21 22
    • Event: Living-Fam 1800 in Barree twp., Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania 23
    • Event: Living-Fam 1820 in West twp., Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania 24
    Children
    1. Has No Children Aquilla GREEN b: 6 NOV 1769 in Maryland
    2. Has Children Elijah GREEN b: 23 APR 1772 in Maryland
    3. Has No Children Sarah GREEN b: 17 SEP 1774 in Maryland
    4. Has Children Nathaniel GREEN b: 25 DEC 1776 in Frederick co., Maryland
    5. Has No Children Thomas GREEN b: 28 JUL 1778 in Maryland
    6. Has No Children Elisha GREEN b: 21 DEC 1781 in Maryland
    7. Has No Children Robert GREEN b: 10 NOV 1783 in Pennsylvania
    8. Has No Children John GREEN b: 29 SEP 1784 in Pennsylvania
    9. Has Children Joshua GREEN b: 17 SEP 1787 in Pennsylvania
    10. Has No Children Marella (Pamelia) GREEN b: 2 AUG 1790

    Sources:
    1. Title: Neece, Marion D., Genealogical and Biographical Sketch of Many of Our Old Fine Families (Unpublished, Tarzana, California)
    2. Title: Africa, J. Simpson, History of Huntingdon and Blair Counties, Pennsylvania
      Part One, Huntingdon County
      (Louis H. Everts, 1883. Reprinted 1974.)
      Page: p. 239
      Text: The Greene Family. -- Thomas Greene, the ancestor of the family of that name in Hare's Valley and other parts of the southern end of the county, was born in Maryland about the year 1740. He and four brothers migrated to Huntingdon County. The brothers, Isaac, George, Elisha, and Clement, settled on the waters of Standing Stone Creek, some time between the years 1780 and 1785. George and Elisha brought some slaves with them. One, known as "Black Tom", lived in Huntingdon many years after he became free, and died there at an advanced age. George built a grist-mill on the creek, on or near the site of Cornpropst's mills. Thomas settled in the southern end of Hare's Valley, and on the 5th of May, 1796, obtained a warrant for two hundred and fifty-four acres, in the application for which it is stated that the improvement had been commenced in 1776. On this tract he built a grist-mill, about 1785, on the Mountain Branch of Three Springs Creek. A part of the original wall is under the present mill.
      ...
      More.
    3. Title: 1790 US Federal Census
      Page: Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania
    4. Title: Green, Samuel B. (1842 - 1903) and condensed by Charles Greer, September 1st, 1913, Biographical History of the "Green Family". Collected from Warrants, Wills, Letters and Papers at Hare's Valley Pa. (Unpublished, Cassville, Pennsylvania, September 1, 1900)
      Text: Condensed by Charles Greer, Mapleton, PA, September 18, 1913.
    5. Title: Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Application
      Page: #375535,
      Text: #375535 (Ethel Allender Bates), #388695 (Margaret Cochran), and #439991 (Verda Green Fligg)
      Descendants List
      Member: Ethel Allender Bates Nat'l #: 375535 Ancestor #: A046956
      1. William B M Allender born on 16 - Jul - 1862 at Jefferson Co IA died at Jefferson Co IA on 19 - Jul - 1938 and his ( 1st ) wife Ida May Larimore born on 1 - May - 1865 at New Cumberland OH died at Jefferson Co IA on 15 - Feb - 1947 married on 19 - Feb - 1890

      2.The Said William B M Allender was the child of Samuel Allender born on 7 - Apr - 1822 at Bedford Co PA died at Jefferson Co IA on 23 - Mar - 1904 and his ( 1st ) wife Eliza Jane Green born on 3 - Apr - 1824 at Bedford Co PA died at Jefferson Co IA on 10 - Mar - 1921 married on 18 - Oct - 1846

      3.The Said Eliza Jane Green was the child of Nathaniel Green born on 25 - Dec - 1776 at Frederick Co MD died at Jefferson Co IA on 3 - Dec - 1863 and his ( 1st ) wife Ruthy Johnson born on 4 - Mar - 1785 at Huntingdon Co PA died at Jefferson Co IA on 5 - Feb - 1880 married on - - 1806

      4.The Said Nathaniel Green was the child of Isaac Green born on - - 1742 at MD died at Huntingdon Co PA on (a) 8 - Oct - 1821 and his ( 1st ) wife Elizabeth Ricketts born on 1 - Jan - 1747 at _______________ died at _______________ on (p) - - 1821 married on - - 1765


      Associated Ancestor (Revolutionary) RecordGREEN, ISAAC Ancestor #: A046956 Service: MARYLAND Rank: PRIVATE Birth: 3 Sep 1744 MARYLAND Death: (ANTE) 18 Oct 1821 HUNTINGDON CO PENNSYLVANIA Service Description: 1) 3RD REGT
    6. Title: John W. Jordan, LL.D. , editor, History of the Juniata Valley and Its People (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1913)
      Page: pg 1246
    7. Title: Son or daughter of Matilda Green Stewart, compiler, The Greenes on Stone Creek (: Unpublished, manuscript in the Marion Neece Collection, p. A2,)
      Text: Included as page A2 in a package of material collected by Mrs. Marion Neece.
      Page: Marion Neece Collection, page A2.
      Text: "Four brothers of the Greenes came to Stone Creek valley. Charles Green settled at the Warm Springs. Elisha Greene, at about one half mile north on the Donation Schoolhouse, Isaac Greene up on the Warrior Ridge near what is now known as the Davis farm, and George Greene at the Cornpropst's Mills."

      "They were all natives of Maryland, and came from what is known as the Double Pipe Creek region, a stream which has head waters near the Pennsylvania line at Littlestown Pa. and flows south towards Frederick Md. and were no doubt among the earliest settlers on Stone valley."

      "They owned and operated a saw mill, undoubtedly the first [or second] on the creek, at a point above the Warm springs, and just where the creek makes the bend and strikes the hill below McDivitt's bridge. The saw mill stood below the Warm springs road, between it and the creek. A dam was constructed across the creek about a hundred yards below where the bridge now stands and a canal (or race) was cut across the flat down to where the mill stood. The remains of it can still be seen to this day."
      ...
      "George left no decendants, in this section, He possibly moved away before his death, but Elisha, Isaac , and Charles, all left children. Vienna says that there also was another brother who did not come to the creek. His name was Abram." [Note: this was probably Thomas who settled in Springfield twp. Abraham died?]
    8. Title: Family Bible
      Page: Green Family Bible, owned by Anna Miller, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
      Text: Pages copied by Joan Pressler Nov. 1, 1989; Notarized copy.
      BiIRTHS
      Isaac Greene was born Sept 3d 1744

      Does not give place of birth.
    9. Title: Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints, Entry Form for individual odnances
      Note: {I do not have a copy of this. rlg}
      Text: #7929690 22, Oct 22, 1979; by Diana L. Jenson, Lafayette, California. She references correspondence from the Donation Methodist Episcopal Church of Donation, Penn.
    10. Title: Church Records
      Text: Donation United Methodist Church, Donation, Pennsylvania.
    11. Title: Son or daughter of Matilda Green Stewart, compiler, The Greenes on Stone Creek (: Unpublished, manuscript in the Marion Neece Collection, p. A2,)
      Text: Included as page A2 in a package of material collected by Mrs. Marion Neece.
      Page: Marion Neece Collection, p. A2
      Text: "They were all natives of Maryland and came from what is known as the Double Pipe Creek region, a stream which has head waters near the Pennsylvania line at Littlestown Pa. and flows south towards Frederick Md. and were no doubt among the earliest settlers on Stone valley."
    12. Title: Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Application
      Text: #375535 (Ethel Allender Bates), #388695 (Margaret Cochran), and #439991 (Verda Green Fligg)
    13. Title: National Society of Daughter of the American Revolution NSDAR, Ancestor Database DAR Genealogical Research Database, (http://216.36.105.133/DAR_Research/search/?Tab_ID=1, accessed ), .
      Text: Ancestor Number: A046956; Isaac Green
    14. Title: Letter or card from family member
      Page: Letter from Dr. Wesley Johnson Green to Carrie Lulu Green, date unknown, poor copy transcribed by Velda Green Moynier.
      Note: Isaac Green folder.
      Text: "About the middle of the seventeenth century [sic] three brothers the name of Green left England and settled in U.S.A. One in Maryland, one in Virginia, one in New England. We are the descendants of the Maryland Green -- lived near Baltimore -- all moved to Huntingdon county, PA about 1780. Isaac our grandfather married Miss Elizabeth Ricketts -- had 7 children -- 5 boys & 2 girls.
      Aquilla, Elijah, Nathaniel, John, and Joshua -- Sarah and Amelia.
      Nathaniel married Ruth Johnson, Elijah married his cousin, Miss Green, John -- Miss Campbell, Joshua -- Miss Carmon, Amelia -- Thomas Johnson and Sarah -- Mr. Palmer."
    15. Title: Africa, J. Simpson, History of Huntingdon and Blair Counties, Pennsylvania
      Part One, Huntingdon County
      (Louis H. Everts, 1883. Reprinted 1974.)
      Page: p. 405
      Text: West Township, p. 405,
      Road supervisors
      ...
      1809 James Reed, Isaac Green; 1810 Edward Dorsey, Isaac Green; 1811-1812 Patrick McAteer, Isaac Green
    16. Title: County Court Records
      Text: Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, Wills book vol 2, p 326. Will dated July 10, 1820; probated October 18, 1821.
    17. Title: Letter or card from family member
      Page: Lawrence T. Green, Mt Lake, Minnesota to Raymond T. Green, December 24, 1983.
      Note: Green binder.
      Text: Lawrence visited the grave site on the Ayers farm.
      "I visited the grave site of Isaac and his wife (Elizabeth) and 2 children. They are buried in the corner of the farm about three or four blocks from the house. The site is in deplorable condition. If the elderly man in the house hadn't known about the site we would of never found it. I wonder if in a few short yrs if the site won't be lost forever if some one doesn't take an interest in keeping it up."
    18. Title: Telephone Call
      Page: from Marion Joan Pressler, Thursday, September 7, 1989 to Velda Mae Moynier
      Note: Moynier folder
      Text: Isaac Green is buried on family property and wife Elizabeth, too, in unmarked graves in a private little cemetery overgrown with trees -- there are no grave markers at all in this family cemetery -- may have been marked earier with a pile of field stones, but nothing engraved. (West twp. Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania)
    19. Title: Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Application
      Page: Ethel Allender Bates, #375535
    20. Title: Probate Court Record
      Text: Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, Wills book vol 2, p 326-327. Will dated July 10, 1820; probated October 18, 1821. In "Your Family Tree" Pennsylvania Genealogy and History, Spring1973.
    21. Title: Letter or card from family member
      Text: 1890 Letter of Dr. J. B. Green attesting to marriage of Isaac Green to Elizabeth Ricketts.
    22. Title: Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Application
      Page: Maryland Records of Dr. Gaius M. Brumbaugh.
    23. Title: 1800 US Census
      Page: Pennsylvania, Huntingdon co., Barree twp., p. 158
      Text: Isaac Green
      males 02301
      females 01011
      others 0
      slaves 0
    24. Title: 1820 US Census
      Page: Pennyslvania, Huntingdon co., West twp., p. 106,
      Text: Isaac Green 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 3
      meaning:
      Free White males: 1 age 16 and under 18; 1 age 16 and under 26; 1 of age 45 and upwards
      Free White females: 1 age 16 and under 26, 1 age 45 and upwards,
      no foreigners, 3 in agriculture;

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