Daniel John GREEN Isaac GREEN John GREEN Thomas Perry GREEN Frances GREEN Daniel GREEN Elizabeth GREEN Willis A GREEN Mary GREEN John Thomas GREEN Elizabeth OWNBY Julia Ann HAWKINS Toliver GREEN Enoch GREEN Isona GREEN Mary UNKNOWN Mini tree diagram
Andrew Jackson GREEN

Andrew Jackson GREEN7,8,1,2,3,4,5,9,6

18151,2,3,4,5,6 - about 18853

Life History


Born in Pendleton District, South Carolina.1,2,3,4,5,6

about 1838

Birth of son Willis A GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.10,4,2

about 1840

Birth of daughter Mary GREEN in Hall County, Georgia.2

11th Feb 1844

Birth of son John Thomas GREEN in Gainesville, Hall, Georgia.2,11,4,12,13,14,15,16

after 1870

Death of Elizabeth OWNBY.3,5

2nd Jan 1881

Married Julia Ann HAWKINS in Blount County, Alabama.9

about 1885

Died in Blount County, Alabama.3

about 1885

Buried in Nectar Cemetery, Nectar, Blount County, Alabama.3

Other facts


Married Elizabeth OWNBY


  • In 1840, Andrew Jackson Green is enumerated in the Hall County, Georgia, census on the same page with his father Daniel and other members of his family.

    1840 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia, District #507, page 65
    A J Green  Males  1 age 20-30, 1 under 5
    Females  1 20-30, 1 under 5

    "In the 1849 Tax Digest of Hall County, it lists A J Green as helping to manage three different local elections during this year: Feb 2, Apr 7, and Sept 17."
    --  L G, Guthrie Famiily Tree, Ancestry.com

    Elizabeth Ownby
    Birth 1820 in South Carolina
    Death after 1870 in Blount, Alabama
    Spouse Andrew Jackson Green 1815 - 1900
    --  Green-Lochamy, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/9622318/person/-703620496

    1850 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia, 17 August 1850, District 38, page (scan 351), Hse/Fam #264
    A J Green 35 M Farmer $150 Real Estate b SC
    E Green 29 F b SC
    W Green 12 M b Georgia
    - page 352 -
    Mary Green 10 F b Georgia
    J T Green 7 F b Georgia

    He received $77 from estate of Daniel Green according to Hall County, Georgia, court records dated 8 April 1859.

    1860 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia, 2 June, District 570, PO Gainesville, page 4, Hse #29, Fam #25
    Jackson Green 45 M Farmer $550 Real Estate $300 Personal born SC [b abt 1815]
    Elizabeth Green 40 F born Georgia Cannot read or write [b abt 1820]
    Willis Green 22 M $250 Personal born Georgia [b abt 1838]
    J T Green 16 M born Georgia [b abt 1844]

    1870 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia, 11 June, Whelchels District, PO Gainesville, page 34 (scan 344), Hse #277, Fam #243
    Green, Andrew J 53 M W Farmer $300 Real Estate $500 Personal SC
    Green, Elizabeth 50 F W Keeping House born SC Cannot read or write
    Dowdy, Mary J 19 F W Laboring on Farm born Georgia

    In the 1880 census Andrew is reported as a widower in Blount County, Alabama.  In his household is Ben Amasson, a single 20-year-old working on his farm.  About 7 months later, Andrew married Ben's mother, widow Julia Ann Hawkins Amason.

    1880 Federal Census, Blount County, Alabama, 15 June, Township 12, District 8, page 24, Hse #224Fam #231
    Green, Andrew J  W M 65 Widowed Head Farming SC NC NC [b abt 1815]
    Amasson, Ben H W M 20 Single [No relationship stated] Working on Farm AL -- -- [abt 1860]

    A transcription of A J and Julia's marriage record records her married name as Amerson.  The form Amason is found in the genealogies.

    Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
    A J Green
    Spouse Julia Ann Amerson
    Marriage 2 Jan 1881 Blount County, Alabama
    Ceremony Performed Isaac Standridge, Minister of Gospel
    Source information Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

    Andrew Jackson Green

    Andrew Jackson Green, was born about 1815 in South Carolina. Before coming to Alabama, he lived several years in Hall County, Georgia. His name was found on the voter list from militia elections in Hall County in 1849.

    In 1850, he was living in Hall County with his wife Elizabeth, son Willis (12), daughter Mary (10), and his son John (7). On the 1860 Hall County census, he is found with wife, Elizabeth (who is also from South Carolina), son Willis (22), son John (16); Mary is not living at home at this time - she would be 20 years old, so she is probably married.

    Ten years later, on the 1870 Hall County census, Andrew J. is 55 years old, and his wife, Elizabeth, is 50. There is also a 19 year old female, Mary J. Dowdy, living with them, laboring on farm.

    Sometime between 1870 and 1880, Andrew moves to Blount County, Alabama. I'm not sure if Elizabeth came to Alabama with him or died in Georgia. Andrew is the head of the household in 1880 in Blount County, Alabama; and Ben H. Amason (20 years old) is living with him, working on farm.

    On January 1, 1881, Andrew marries Julie Ann Amason* (Ben's mother). The date of Andrew's death is not certain, but it was before 1900.

    On the 1900 Blount County census, Julie Ann Green is living with her son Ben and his family, and she is fisted as a widow.

    *Julie Ann's Maiden name was Hawkins. Her father was Dennis Hawkins and her mother was Elizabeth Campbell. Julie Ann's first marriage was to William McDonald Amason. William and Julie Ann had 6 children;

    (1) Mary C., (2) Harvey P., (3) Sarah Eliza (married Melvin Staton - my great grandfather), (4) Lucinda T., (5) William, and (6) Benjamin Horton Amason (married Phebe Josephine Doty - Aquilla Duty's sister - Aquilla is Rod's grandfather).
    --  Story on Ancestry.com, courtesy of L G, Gurthrie Family Tree, acessed 11 July 2015

    Andrew Jackson Green, Born Abt  1815 in the (Pendleton District) South Carolina
    Some question about the date he died.  1882-1889, in Blount County is most likely correct and he is buried in Nectar Cem
    Spouse Elizabeth, Born in 1821 in South Carolina.  It is uncertain if Elizabeth died in Hall County Ga or in Blount County Ala.
    Andrew's second wife Julia Ann Hawkins Amason Green, (Nectar Cem. ?)
    --  Green Family Genealogy by Mark Green, portion posted on Guthrie Family Tree, Ancestry.com, accessed 11 July 2015


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  • 2. 1850 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia
    • 17 August, District 38, page (scan 351), Hse/Fam #264
  • 3. Ancestry Stories
  • 4. 1860 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia
    • June, District 570, PO Gainesville, page 4, Hse #29, Fam #25
  • 5. 1870 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia
    • 11 June, Whelchels District, PO Gainesville, page 34 (scan 344), Hse #277, Fam #243
  • 6. Ancestry Trees
  • 7. World Family Tree Vol. 4
    • Pedigree #1286
  • 8. Ancestry Trees
    • James Moss, http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1793372&id=I0061&ftm=1
  • 9. Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969
  • 10. 1870 Federal Census, Hall County, Georgia
    • 3 August, Roberts District, PO Hog Mountain, page 203, Hse #1653, Fam #1525
  • 11. Ancestry Stories
    • Mark Green Genealogy report on research for John Thomas Green
  • 12. Alabama, Census of Confederate Soldiers, 1907, 1921
  • 13. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
  • 14. 1900 Federal Census, Blount County, Alabama
    • 22 June, Nectar, District 2, Page 10A, House #169, Family #170
  • 15. 1870 Federal Census, Blount County, Alabama
    • 26 August, Township 12, PO Blountsville, page 1, Hse/Fam #1
  • 16. 1880 Federal Census, Blount County, Alabama
    • 15 June, Township 12, District 8, page 24, Hse #224, Fam #231

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