Toliver GREEN Talitha GREEN Daniel David GREEN Mary GREEN Nora A GREEN Pink GREEN Walter Jacob GREEN Thomas Gilbert GREEN John GREEN Arthur Toliver GREEN Susan A BARNETT Jackson GREEN Winna GREEN Cynthia GREEN Elizabeth GREEN James Toliver GREEN Winney Ann BEARDEN Mini tree diagram
Jacob GREEN

Jacob GREEN10,7,6,9,2,5

also known as Jake Green

Nov 18489 - before 19178

Life History

Nov 1848

Born in Gilmer County, Georgia.1,2,3,4,5,5

(most likely)

1850

Born in Subdivision 33, Gilmer County, Georgia.9

(less likely)

1860

Resident in Gainesville, Cooke, Texas.6

12th Jul 1883

Married Susan A BARNETT in Cooke County, Texas.29

17th Sep 1884

Birth of daughter Nora A GREEN in Muskogee, Indian Territory.11,12,13,14,15

10th Dec 1886

Birth of son Pink GREEN in Marietta, Pickens County, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory.16,17,18,13,19

25th Dec 1888

Birth of son Walter Jacob GREEN in Henryetta, Creek Nation, Indian Territory.20,2,21,22

4th Apr 1891

Birth of son Thomas Gilbert GREEN in Marietta, Pickens County, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory.23,24,25,13,26,17

Jul 1893

Birth of son John GREEN in Indian Territory.2

17th Feb 1895

Birth of son Arthur Toliver GREEN in Ft Gibson, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.2,26,27,28

1900

Residence2 in Township 15, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory.2

before 1910

Death of son John GREEN in Oklahoma

1910

Residence3 in Nash, Muskogee, Oklahoma.7

before 1917

Died in Muskogee County, Oklahoma.8

Notes

  • Jacob was born in Gilmer County, Georgia, in 1848 or 1849.

    1850 Federal Census, Gilmer County, Georgia, page 397B (scan #100),Hse/Fam #691
    Toliver Green 33 M Farmer born SC
    Winney Green 28 F born GA
    Telitha Green 7 F born GA
    Daniel Green 6 M born GA
    Mary Green 4 F born GA
    Jacob Green 1 M born GA

    "Toliver Green b.1812 SC. Married Winnie Ann Bearden in Gilmer Co. GA.Had the following children all born in GA, Delitha b.1842, Daniel(David) b1844, Mary b.1846, Jacob b.1849, Jackson b.1850, Winnab.1852, Elizabeth b.1854 and Cynthia b.1857"
    --  Linda Hanks, RootsWeb Discussion Lists, 14 Aug 2004(http://www.rootsweb.com/~txcooke/cookequery04.htm

    Jacob's family moved to north Texas before the Civil War.

    1860 Federal Census, Cooke County, Texas, 21 July, Gainesville, page58, Hse #481, Fam #496
    Taiferro [Taliaferro or Toliver] Green  48 M Farmer [No real estatevalue] $250 Personal Estate  born SC
    Winna [Winney] Green  38 F Georgia
    Daniel Green  16 M born Georgia
    Mary Green  14 F born Georgia
    Jacob Green  12 M born Georgia
    Jackson Green  10 M born Georgia
    Winna Green  8 F born Georgia
    Elizabeth Green  6 F born Georgia
    Cyntha Green  3 F born Georgia

    Members of the Green and Jackson families moved from near Gainesville,Texas, over the Red River border into Indian Territory.

    I lose track of them in the 1870s to 1890s.  But we know they werefarther north.  Though details are few, we know they were in the northcentral area of what became Oklahoma, from law enforcement records inFort Smith, Arkansas.  Jacob and his brothers Daniel and Jack, as wellas what appears to be Talitha's husband Abe Jackson, were in somescrapes with the law in Fort Smith, which managed the justice forOklahoma and Indian Territory.

    I have not found details of their residence during the 1860s to 1890s. But in 1900 Abraham Jackson's widow Talitha (Telitha/Delitha) Greenis in Marietta in southern Chickasaw Nation, not far from the RedRiver.  Likewise in 1900 I find Talitha's brother Jacob and his wifeSusan with their children in Cherokee Nation.

    1900 Federal Census, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, 13 June,Township 15, District 40, Page 6B,  Hse/Fam #126:
    Green, Jacob Head  M W Nov 1848 51 2nd marriage  married 18 years  GANC GA Farmer
    Green, Susan Wife  F W Aug 1858 41 1st marriage,  married 18 years,  6children, 6 living MS MS GA
    Green, Norah  Dau F W  July 1885 14 Ind Terr GA MS
    Green, Pink  Son M W  Sept 1887 12  Ind Terr GA MS
    Green, Walter Son M W  Nov 1889 10  Ind Terr GA MS
    Green, Thomas Son M W  Aug 1891 8  Ind Terr GA MS
    Green, John Son M W  July 1893 6  Ind Terr GA MS
    Green, Arthur Son M W  Dec 1895 4  Ind Terr GA MS

    In 1910, Jacob Green and his nephew, Abe and Talitha's son Sam, are inNash Township of Muskogee County, in the west central area ofOklahoma.  In the 1870s, this was part of the Creek ation, just westof Cherokee Nation.  This was in the area administered by Judge Parkerfrom Fort Smith.  As we saw above, Jacob and his family are listed inthe Cherokee Nation census of 1900.  am Jackson and Stella Brewer arein the same township.

    1910 Federal Census, Nash Township, Muskogee, Oklahoma, 30 April,District 107, Page 13B,  Hse/Fam #104:
    Green, Jacob Head  M W 60 2nd marriage  married at age 27  GA NC SCFarmer
    Green, Susan Wife  F W 51 1st marriage  married at age 27  6 children,5 living  MS MS GA
    Green, Nora  Dau F W  25 OK GA MS
    Green, Pink  Son M W  23  OK GA MS Farm Laborer
    Green, Walter Son M W  20  OK GA MS Farm Laborer
    -- Page 14A --
    Green, Thomas Son M W  19  OK GA MS Farm Laborer
    Green, Arthur Son M W  16  OK GA MS Farm Laborer

    Note that John does not appear. Perhaps he died between 1900 and 1910. Note also that the birth place of Jacob's mother has changed fromGeorgia to South Carolina.

    Jacob died in 1917.  His wife Susan and sons Pink and Thomas werereported in the 1920 Muskogee City/County Directory.

Sources

  • 1. 1860 Federal Census, Cooke County, Texas
    • 21 July, Texas, post office Gainesville, page 5B, Hse #401, Fam #496
  • 2. 1900 Federal Census, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory
    • 13 June, Township 15, District 40, Page 6B, Hse/Fam #126
  • 3. Marion L Mixon, Bearden-Langston Genealogy
  • 4. 1850 Federal Census, Gilmer County, Georgia
    • 15 Oct, Subdivision 33, Hse/Fam #691
  • 5. RootsWeb Discussion Lists
  • 6. 1860 Federal Census, Cooke County, Texas
    • 21 July, Texas, PO Gainesville, page 5B, Hse #401, Fam #496
  • 7. 1910 Federal Census, Muskogee County, Oklahoma
    • 30 April, Nash Township, District 107, Page 13B,  Hse/Fam #104
  • 8. U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  • 9. 1850 Federal Census, Gilmer County, Georgia
    • 15 October, Subdivision 33, Hse/Fam #691
  • 10. Loretta Gregory Gay, personal communication
  • 11. 1900 Federal Census, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory
    • 13 June, Township 15, District 40, Page 6B,  Hse/Fam #126
  • 12. 1910 Federal Census, Muskogee County, Oklahoma
    • 30 April, Nash Tonwship, District 107, Page 13B, Hse/Fam #104
  • 13. California Death Index, 1940-1997
  • 14. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
  • 15. 1940 Federal Census, Fresno County, California
    • 2 April, Fresno, District 10-52, Page 1A, Hse #9, Rents $9
  • 16. 1940 Federal Census, Fresno County, California
    • 9 April, Judicial Township 11, District 132, page 2B, Belmont Ave, Hse
  • 17. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
  • 18. Social Security Death Index
  • 19. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
  • 20. U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
  • 21. 1920 Federal Census, Ottawa County, Oklahoma
    • 17 January, Quapaw Township, District 124, page 13B, Hse #254, Fam
  • 22. 1910 Federal Census, Muskogee County, Oklahoma
    • 30 April, Nash Township, District 107, Page 14A, Hse/Fam #107
  • 23. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  • 24. 1930 Federal Census, Fresno County, California
    • 14 April, Township 2, District 11, page 13A, Belmont Avenue, Hse/Fam
  • 25. 1940 Federal Census, Fresno County, California
    • 10 April, Township 11, District 1-30, page 2A, White Bridge Rd, Hse
  • 26. 1910 Federal Census, Muskogee County, Oklahoma
    • 30 April, Nash Township, District 107, Page 13B, Hse/Fam #104
  • 27. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  • 28. 1920 Federal Census, Cooke County, Texas
    • 2 January, Gainesville Ward 3, District 32, page 1A, Hse #8, Family #4
  • 29. Susan Ball, email to Orville Boyd Jenkins, December 2007

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