Daniel John GREEN Isaac GREEN John GREEN John McAfee GREEN A F GREEN Daniel Thomas GREEN Eliza B GREEN Nancy Elvira GREEN Martha M GREEN James A GREEN Minor Brown GREEN Gilford Perry GREEN Edward Irvin GREEN Nathan Perry GREEN Mary Eliza JACKSON Frances GREEN Daniel GREEN Elizabeth GREEN Andrew Jackson GREEN Toliver GREEN Enoch GREEN Isona GREEN Mary UNKNOWN Mini tree diagram

Thomas Perry GREEN3,1,2,6,4

18063,2,4 - 18663,5

Life History

1806

Born in South Carolina.3,2,4

3rd Feb 1826

Married Mary Eliza JACKSON in Hall County, Georgia.1,2

12th Oct 1827

Birth of son John McAfee GREEN in Gainesville, Hall, Georgia.7,8,2,2,9,10

1829

Birth of son A F GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.7,4

1830

Birth of son Daniel Thomas GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.7,11

1831

Birth of daughter Eliza B GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.7,4

about 1833

Birth of daughter Nancy Elvira GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.6,7,4

about 1837

Birth of daughter Martha M GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.6,7,4

about 1838

Birth of son James A GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.6,7,4

about 1840

Birth of son Minor Brown GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.6,7,4

about 1843

Birth of son Gilford Perry GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.6,7,4

about 1846

Birth of son Edward Irvin GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.6,7,4

about 1848

Birth of son Nathan Perry GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.6,7,4

1866

Died in Saline County, Arkansas.1,2

(most likely)

1866

Died in Sheridan, Grant, Arkansas.3,5

(less likely)

1866

Buried in Carter Cemetery, Grant County, Arkansas.1,2

Notes

  • Thomas Green is enumerated along with neighboring households of hisfather, his brother Isaac in the 1830 census for Hall County, Georgia. He is there again in 1840 along with Isaac and Daniel and his sisterElizabeth (under the name of her husband J H Moss).  Unfortunately,the US census before 1850 gave the name only of the head of household.

    But Thomas appears next door to his father Daniel Green, and on theother side of Daniel is Thomas' brother Isaac.  This indicated theirfamily relationship, and the ages of the members of the householdsmatched birth dates from other sources for these three.

    1830 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia, page 125
    Thomas Green Males  1 age 20-30, 2 5-10
    Females  1 20-30

    1840 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia, District #507, page 65
    Thomas Green Males  1 age 30-40, 2 5-10, 2 under 5
    Females  1 30-40, 3 5-10, 1 under 5

    "I have my great grandmother's supplemental application.  Her name wasFannie Bryant Bruce.  Her father was Hardy Bryant.  Hardy's mom wasFannie Green, daughter of Daniel Green & Mary Green.  There was thename Mashack in the old Green Bible, said William Bryant, brother ofHardy Bryant.  They were rejected on their Cherokee blood, but I knowthey were Cherokee.  Fannie Green was born in 1808, had a brotherIsaac 1801, John 1804, Thomas 1806, Fannie 1808, Daniel 1810,Elizabeth 1812, Andrew Jackson 1815, Toliver 1817, Enoch 1820, Isona1823."
    --  Gary Cruce, message on profile for Mary Green, wife of Daniel JohnGreen, on OurFamily genealogy, 10 July 2015,http://www.ourfamtree.org/browse.php?pid=60396

    The anonymous Green pedigree I found in World Family Tree in earlyyears reported the place of death for Thomas Perry Green as GrantCounty, Arkansas.

    The genealogy research of Richard Bates was very helpful to fill outdetails for this lineage and Thomas Perry's family in particular.Bates, in research on the Bates and Jackson families, gives the placeof death of Thomas as Saline County, Arkansas, but the burial in GrantCounty.  Bates gives the name of the Cemetery, Carter Cemetery inGrant County.  This detail adds credibility.

    In addition, he is researching from within the family, since ThomasPerry Green was married to Mary Eliza Jackson.  Because of the moredetailed information I am following Bates.

    Bates' information led me to think that the family were resident inGrant County, though death occurred across the county line in Saline.Grant County is just south of Saline County.  From this I suspectedthat Thomas was sick and died in a hospital or clinic in Benton, thecounty seat of Saline County, which is just a few miles north of theSaline County border.

    It was less common in those days for a person to die away from home ina hospital, so perhaps he was in Benton on some business, and diedthere of an accident or some natural cause, like a heart attack.  Asource I found later states the place of residence as Saline County.So perhaps they lived on the Saline County side, but chose the burialspot in Grant County for reason of proximity, or for some familyreason unknown to us.

    I note that sources indicate his wife Mary Eliza Jackson also died inGrant County, Arkansas.  Sources cited by Glenda Pool in herunpublished Green family research gives the place of death for both asSheridan, Grant, Arkansas.  Both were buried in the Carter Cemetery inGrant County.

    Richard Bates gives the following list of children of Thomas PerryGreen and Mary Eliza Jackson:
    Children
    John McAfee GREEN b: 12 OCT 1827 in Gainesville, Hall Co., GA
    A. F. GREEN b: 1829 in Hall Co., GA
    Daniel Thomas GREEN b: 1830 in Hall Co.,GA
    Eliza B. GREEN b: 1831 in Hall Co., GA
    Nancy Elvira GREEN b: 1833 in Hall Co., GA
    Martha Mattie GREEN b: 1837 in Hall Co., GA
    James A. GREEN b: 1838 in Hall Co., GA
    Minor Brown GREEN b: 1840 in Hall Co., GA [appears to be the samechild as Minor, only 1 child between James & Gifford in the census]
    Union GREEN b: 1841 in Hall Co., GA [appears to be the same as childtranscribed by Ancestry in 1860 census as Union]
    Gilford Perry GREEN b: 1843 in Hall Co., GA
    Edward Irvin GREEN b: 1845 in Hall Co., GA
    Nathan Perry GREEN b: 1849 in Hall Co., GA
    --  Bates,http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rbbates1302004&id=I02824

    The list in the 1850 census matches the above list pretty well.

    1850 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia, 1 August, District 38, page334B, Hse/Fam #11
    Thomas Green 44 M Miller b SC
    Mary Green 38 F b SC
    A F Green 21 M Miller b Hall Co
    E B Green 19 F b Hall Co
    N E Green 16 M b Hall Co
    M M Green 13 F b Hall Co
    J A Green 12 M b Hall Co
    M B Green 10 M b Hall Co
    G P Green 7 M b Hall Co
    E I Green 5 M b Hall Co
    N P Green 1 M b Hall Co

    Next door is their oldest son John, in his own household as anewlywed.

    1850 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia, 1 August, District 38, page334B, Hse/Fam #10
    John M Green 22 M Clerke b Hall Co GA
    Elizabeth W Green 20 F b Jackson Co GA

    The list in the 1860 census matches except that the first fourchidlren are out of the home.  This one reports Thomas and Mary wereborn in North Carolina instead of South Carolina, as reported in the1850 census.  It also reports Nancy, the oldest child reproted in1860, as born in North Carolina.  But she was born in Hall County,Georgia, where Thomas and Mary got married and raised their family.

    Some pen strokes in the 1860 census are faded throughout the page,making some names difficult to discern, and some letters made oddly.Ancestry has the child after James transcribed as Union, but itmatches the child names in family sources as Minor, and strokes aresimilar to the correct letters matching this in other entries.

    1860 Federal Census, Saline County, Arkansas, 14 June, SalineTownship, page 28, Hse/Fam #177
    Thomas Green 46 Farmer $0 Real Estate $300 Personal born NorthCarolina [b abt 1814]
    Mary Green 44 F Farmer born North Carolina Cannot read or write [b abt1839]
    Nancy Green 24 F Farmer born North Carolina Cannot read or write [babt 1836]
    Martha Green 23 F Farmer born Georgia Cannot read or write [b abt1837]
    James Green 22 M Farmer born Georgia Cannot read or write [b abt 1838]
    Union [Minor] Green 19 M Farmer born Georgia [b abt 1841]
    Gifford Green 17 M Farmer born Georgia [b abt 1843]
    Irvin Green 14 M Farmer born Georgia [b abt 1846]
    Perry N Green 12 M Farmer born Georgia [b abt 1848]

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    Thomas Perry Green
    Birth 1806
    Death 1866

    Thomas Perry Green was born 1806 in North Carolina, USA [Some recordsand family information indicates he was born in S Carolina; They livedin Pendleton District.], and died 1866 in Saline County, Arkansas,USA. He was buried in Grant County in Carter Family Cemetery,Arkansas, USA. He was the son of Daniel Green and M. He married MaryEliza Jackson 3 Feb 1826 in Hall County, Georgia, USA, daughter ofThomas Jackson and Elizabeth Bates. She was born 1808 in SouthCarolina, USA, and died 1867 in Saline County, Arkansas, USA. She wasburied in Grant County in Carter Family Cemetery, Arkansas, USA.

    Spouse Mary Eliza Jackson Green (1808 - 1867)

    Burial Carter Cemetery, Grant County, Arkansas

    Created by Matt Aug 04, 2008
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #28769760,http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=28769760
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Sources

  • 1. Ancestry Trees
    • Richard Bates,
  • 2. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
  • 3. World Family Tree Vol. 4
    • Pedigree #1286
  • 4. 1850 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia
    • 1 August, District 38, page 334B, Hse/Fam #11
  • 5. Glenda Pool, William Green Genealogy
    • Name: private, received through Green-Bearden family channels;
  • 6. 1860 Federal Census, Saline County, Arkansas
    • 14 June, Saline Township, page 28, Hse/Fam #177
  • 7. Richard Bates Genealogy
  • 8. 1850 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia
    • 1 August, District 38, page 334B, Hse/Fam #10
  • 9. 1880 Federal Census, Saline County, Arkansas
    • 17 June, Hurricane Township, District 162, page 23 (scan 253C), Hse
  • 10. 1900 Federal Census, Saline County, Arkansas
    • 1 June, Hurricane Township, District 138, Page 1A, House/Family #2
  • 11. Arkansas Marriages, 1820-1949

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