William D Marion GREEN Nann GREEN Henry GREEN Judith GREEN Joseph GREEN John Elias GREEN Or Thomas GREEN Isaac GREEN Mary GREEN James Monroe GREEN William Henry GREEN Thomas Elias GREEN Berryman GREEN Benjamin GREEN Thomas GREEN Nancy Elizabeth REEVES Charlotte GREEN Drucilla MCBRAYER Mini tree diagram

Henry GREEN1,3,5

17751,2 - 18343,4

Life History


Born in Buffalo Creek, Tryon, North Carolina.1,2

about 1790

Birth of daughter Nann GREEN

about 1790

Birth of son Henry GREEN in North Carolina.4,6,7


Birth of daughter Judith GREEN in North Carolina.4


Birth of son Joseph GREEN in North Carolina.4


Married Nancy Elizabeth REEVES in North Carolina.15,3

8th Nov 1793

Birth of son John Elias GREEN in Buffalo Creek, Tryon, North Carolina.8,1,9


Birth of son Or Thomas GREEN in Rutherford County, North Carolina.4

about 1800

Birth of son Isaac GREEN in North Carolina

16th Feb 1801

Birth of daughter Mary GREEN in Rutherford County, North Carolina.10,4

26th Dec 1802

Birth of son James Monroe GREEN in Rutherford County, North Carolina.11,1


Birth of son William Henry GREEN.3

5th Apr 1807

Birth of son Thomas Elias GREEN in Buffalo Creek, Rutherford, North Carolina.3,1,12,13


Birth of son Berryman GREEN in Buffalo Creek, Rutherford, North Carolina.3

about 1809

Birth of son Benjamin GREEN in North Carolina.14,4


Birth of son Thomas GREEN in North Carolina.3


Died in Rutherford County, North Carolina.3,4


  • Their names are reproted on their son Thomas Elias' marriage record.

    GREEN(E) Marriages In Western NC Counties
    GREEN, Elias m. HAMRICK, Rebecca - 22 Dec 1827
    Bondsman Richard Champion
    s/o Henry & Nancy Reeves GREEN
    --  http://www.redbirdacres.net/greenmarriagesNC.html

    I found two sources that had the same children of Henry and Nancy ,but each had some the other did not have.  I have some questions aboutthe children listed in this family, and suspect that some belong toother families.

    John Greene provides this tidbit:
    "According to an article written for the Boiling Springs HistoricalAwareness Committee by Virginia Green DePriest, Henry Green built theoldest home now standing in Boiling Springs, NC in about 1797.  Thelog home is currently owned by Forrest Hamrick and is on the east sideof North Main Street."
    --  http://home.att.net/~hdbridges/greene.htm

    Various sources attest to the participation of William in theRevolutionary War as a Tory.  Though a citizen of the State of NorthCarolina, he accepted a British commission.  When he was captured atthe famous Battle of Kings Mountain, along with the Britishcontingent, he was held and convicted to be shot as a traitor, sinceit was claimed he had sworn allegiance to the United States and theState of North Carolina.  He and his comrade escaped from captivity.
    --  Battle of King's Mountain,http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5690520/person/-1330594553/media/2?pgnum=1&pg=0&pgpl=pid%7cpgNum


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