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  • ID: I8935
  • Name: Charles William GREEN 1
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 02 APR 2007
  • Note:
    AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF NORTH IDAHO EMBRACING
    NEZ PERCES, IDAHO, LATAH, KOOTENAI, AND SHOSHONE COUNTIES
    STATE OF IDAHO
    WESTERN HISTORICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1903

    CHARLES W. GREEN is one of the leading business men of Nez Perces county and is at present located at Lenore where he operates a fine warehouse. He has warehouses on both sides of the river and they are connected by an aerial tramway and his facilities for handling and storing grain are among the best in this section of the country.
    Charles W. Green was born in McLean county, Illinois, on June 26, 1867, being the son of Thomas S. and Nancy C. (Herdall) Green. The parents came to Idaho in the spring of 1901 and the father died August 18, of the same year, aged eighty-six. Our subject received a good education from the public schools and from Baker University, in Baldwin City, Kansas. The family had come to Kansas in 1880 and the father had purchased a farm of twelve hundred and eighty acres of land, the largest estate in that section. In addition to general farming the father was heavily interested in raising stock. Our subject remained with his parents until 1893, and then came west to look up a place for himself. He rented a farm for one year on Fix Ridge, in this county and then opened a store in Juliaetta, which he retired from one year later to take up mining in the Rogue river region. Since that time he has continued his ownership and interest in these promising mining properties. After three years of personal work in the mines he came to Kendrick and took up the grain business for one year and then made a move to Agatha for one year. Then Mr. Green came to Lenora, where he had erected various buildings and now is fully equipped to handle large quantities of all kinds of grain. He has a handsome and modern two-story residence which is presided over by his gracious and refined wife, who makes it a centre of real hospitality, being a lady of excellent qualities and many virtues.
    Mr. Green married Miss Eva, daughter of John and Charlotte (Mason) Taylor, on September 20, 1897, and to them have been born two children, Edra T., and Donavan, the former aged four years and the latter two years. Mrs. Green was born near Prescott in Walla Walla county, Washington, and her parents are now retired farmers. She has six brothers and three sisters, as follows: Richard, Ira, Ernest, Elmer, John, Roy, lona, Etta, Ina. Etta is the wife of Charles Bellmer, a well known merchant of Orofino. Mr. Green has two brothers and six sisters, Joseph M., Thomas, Sarah Gasaway, Martha Helmick, Melissa Lukins, Alice Hanlen, Clara Shields, Nancy Flora Willis. Mr. Green is a Republican in politics and has frequently been a delegate to the state conventions, always taking a leading part for the advancement of the measures that are for the general welfare. But Mr. Green never lets politics or social affairs interfere with his business interests. He is a member of the K. of P. at Kendrick.
  • Birth: 26 JUN 1867 in McLean, Illinois
  • Note:
    age 42 in 1910
    age 52 in 1920
    age 61 in 1930
    2 3 4
  • Event: Property 01 JAN 1920 1524 Eigthteenth Ave, Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho
  • Note: free of any mortgage 2
  • Occupation: a farmer 01 JAN 1920 2
  • Death: 28 JAN 1937 in Montana
  • Note: Name: Charles W Green Age: 69 Estimated birth year: 1868 Gender: Male Death Date: 28 Jan 1937 Index Number: Tl 721 Source: Montana Office of Vital Statistics
  • Census: 01 APR 1930 Shelby, Toole, Montana 3
  • Birth: JUL 1865 in Illinois
  • Note: age 42 in 1900
  • Occupation: a wheat farmer 01 APR 1930 3
  • Occupation: owner of a grain house 15 APR 1910 4
  • Event: Property 15 APR 1910 Lenore, Nez Perce, Idaho
  • Note: a farm free of mortgages 4



    Marriage 1 Bertha Escelia VINCE b: JAN 1881 in Brantford, Brant, Ontario, Canada
    • Married: 17 JUN 1908 in Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho
    • Note: married for 2 years in 1910 no children together at this time. 1 4
    • Census: 01 JAN 1920 in Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho
    • Census: 01 APR 1930 in Shelby, Toole, Montana
    • Note: living in a rented home. 3
    • Census: 15 APR 1910 in Lenore, Nez Perce, Idaho 4
    Children
    1. Has Children Edra E. GREEN b: 09 NOV 1898 in Big Eddy, Nez Perce, Idaho
    2. Has Children Donovan GREEN b: 1901 in Idaho
    3. Has No Children Charles W. GREEN Jr. b: 1901 in Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho
    4. Has No Children Claribelle V. GREEN

    Marriage 2 Spouse Unknown
    • Married: 20 SEP 1897 in Idaho
    • Note: previously married to Eva Taylor, who probable died before 1908. Eva is the mother of Edra and Donovan.

    Sources:
    1. Title: Idaho Marriages 1842-1996, Url: www.ancestry.com
      Abbrev: Idaho Marriages
      Page: Name: Bertha Escelia Vince Gender: Female Spouse: Charles Wm. Green Spouse Gender: Male Marriage Date: Jun 17, 1908 Marriage Location: Lewiston, Nez Perce CO., Idaho Source: This record can be found in the marriage book at the County Courthouse located in Nez Perce Co., ID in Volume 4 on Page 126.
    2. Title: 1920 Federal Census
      Abbrev: 1920 Federal Census
      Author: US Government
      Repository:
        Name: MyFamily.com, Inc.
        Note:
        parent company of Genealogy.com & Ancestry.com

      Page: Lewiston, Nez Perce, Idaho; Image 1126; Roll T625-293; Page 266; SD 1; ED 149; Sheet 14A; enumerated 21 Jan 1920; lines 20-25; Dwelling 307; Family 347; Household members: Charles W. Green, Bertha E., Edra T., Donovan, Charles W. Jr., Claribelle V.
    3. Title: 1930 Federal Census, Record Type: Census
      Abbrev: 1930 Federal Census
      Page: Shelby 2nd Ward, Toole, Montana; School District 14; Roll 1263; Image 742; SD 3; ED 17; Sheet 5B; enumerated 14 Apr 1930; lines 91-94; Dwelling 120; Family 130; Household members: Chas. W. Green, Bertha E., Chas. W., Claribel H.
    4. Title: 1910 Federal Census
      Abbrev: 1910 Federal Census
      Author: US Government
      Repository:
        Name: MyFamily.com, Inc.
        Note:
        parent company of Genealogy.com & Ancestry.com

      Page: Lenore, Nez Perce, Idaho; Roll T624-226; Image 1017; ED 223; Sheet 13B; enumerated 11/12 Aug 1910; lines 83-86; Family 86; Household members: Charles Green, Berthia E., Edra E., Lanoian.

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