Isaac Green of Huntingdon Co. PA

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  • ID: I1453
  • Name: Thomas GREEN
  • Given Name: Thomas
  • Surname: Green
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 8 AUG 2005
  • _QUAL:
  • _INFO: S 1
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  • _INFO: S 2 3
  • _QUAL:
  • _INFO: S 4 5 6
  • Birth: 1775 in Baltimore co., Maryland 7
  • Will: 4 APR 1848 Huntingdon co., Pennsylvania
  • Note: Transcription of the will in the Thomas Green folder.
  • Death: 4 JUN 1850 in Cass twp., Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
  • Event: Living 1850 Cass twp., Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
  • Note: Value of real estate $1300 7



    Father: Thomas GREEN b: JAN 1740 in Baltimore co., Maryland
    Mother: Helen WRIGHT b: ABT 1745 in Baltimore co., Maryland

    Marriage 1 Margaret CAMPBELL b: ABT 1776
    • Married: 1801 in Cass twp., Huntingdon, Pennsylvania 8 9
    Children
    1. Has Children Rebecca GREEN b: 9 FEB 1809
    2. Has Children Harriet GREEN b: ABT 1813 in Pennsylvania
    3. Has Children Thomas Campbell GREEN b: 1816 in Hare's Valley, Cass twp, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
    4. Has No Children Andrew L. GREEN b: ABT 1822 in Pennsylvania
    5. Has No Children Robert GREEN
    6. Has No Children Jane GREEN
    7. Has No Children Nancy GREEN
    8. Has No Children Margaret GREEN
    9. Has No Children Isabella GREEN

    Sources:
    1. Title: Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of Juniata Valley, Comprising the Counties of Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata and Perry, Pennsylvania . (Chambersburg, Pa: J. M. Runk & Co., 1897)
      Page: p. 258
      Text: "Thomas (2), grandfather of S. B. Greene, was born in Baltimore county, Md., in 1775, and moving to Huntingdon county, engaged in farming on a tract of 170 acres in Cass township. He erected a log house and barn, and made other improvements. He was very fond of hunting and killed many deer and bears. Mr. Greene was also extensively engaged in raising fruit. His marriage with Margaret, daughter of John Campbell, occurred in Cass township in 1801. Their children were: Robert; Jane; Rebecca; Harriet; Nancy; Thomas C.; Margaret; Andrew; and Isabella. The father-in-law, Mr. Campbell, was born near Belfast, Ireland, in 1738, and settled in Northumberland county, Pa., in 1770, where he farmed his land until driven away by the Indians. He then settled in Huntingdon county, and subsequently died on his farm in Licking county, Ohio. Mr. Greene was a Whig. He was a believer in the doctrines of the Methodist Episcopal church. His death occurred on the farm in 1850, and that of his wife in 1835."
    2. Title: Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Application
      Text: NSDAR application #224606 (Elizabeth Cahill Fenn of Lindsay, California)
    3. 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.
    4. Title: Will of Thomas Green
      Text: Huntingdon co. Pennsylvania, No. 48, dated 4 April 1848, filed 27 June 1850. Names sons Thomas C., Andrew, and daughters Rebecca Gehrett and Harriet.. Five other children named in the "Biographical Encyclopedia of Juniata Valley" are not named in the will.
    5. Title: Africa, J. Simpson, History of Huntingdon and Blair Counties, Pennsylvania
      Part One, Huntingdon County
      (Louis H. Everts, 1883. Reprinted 1974.)
      Page: p. 239, Cass twp.
      Text: Africa names only four children of Thomas: Thomas C., Andrew, Rebecca who married Jacob Gehrett, and Harriet who married James Hanawalt.
    6. Title: R. A. Orbison, History of Green Family (Unpublished
      Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania)
      Note:
      A collection of family stories of the origins of the Greens in America
      Page: P. 2
      Note: Green History Compilations folder.
      Text: "Thomas Green, grandson of George Green and a son of Thomas Green was born in Baltimore county, Pa. (sic), in 1775, and moved to that part of Huntingdon county, Pa., now Cass township in 1784 and engaged in farming on a tract of 170 acres. He married Margaret Campbell a daughter of Jonn Campbell in 1801. He died in 1850. His will was proved June 27, 1850 and his executors were his sons Thomas and Andrew. His wife Margaret died in 1835."
      Children of Thomas and Margaret Green are;
      Thomas C. Green, b, 1816 m, Frances Baker in 1841
      Andrew Green, b,
      Rebecca Green, b, m, _____ Gehrett
      Harriet Green, b, m, _____ Hanawalt
    7. Title: 1850 US Census
      Text: Pennsylvania, Huntingdon co., Cass twp., house 122
    8. Title: Commemorative Biographical Encyclopedia of Juniata Valley, Comprising the Counties of Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata and Perry, Pennsylvania . (Chambersburg, Pa: J. M. Runk & Co., 1897)
      Page: p. 257-258.
      Text: "His marriage with Margaret, daughter of John Campbell, occurred in Cass township in 1801. "
    9. Title: Africa, J. Simpson, History of Huntingdon and Blair Counties, Pennsylvania
      Part One, Huntingdon County
      (Louis H. Everts, 1883. Reprinted 1974.)
      Page: p. 239, Cass twp.

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