Person:Green Livsey (1)

Pvt. Green Henry Livsey
m. 1 Jan 1817
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Name Pvt. Green Henry Livsey
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1776 Prince George County, Virginia
Marriage 1 Jan 1817 Wilkes County, Georgiato Barbara Ann Boss
Death[1] 9 Apr 1872 Walton County, Georgia
Burial[1] 1872 Boss-Livsey Family Cemetery, Walton, Georgia, United States
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    Pvt Green Henry Livesey

    Birth: 1776
    Prince George County
    Virginia, USA
    Death: Apr. 9, 1872
    Walton County
    Georgia, USA

    Barbara Ann married Green H. Livsey on Jan. 7, 1817 in Wilkes Co., GA

    Birth date approximate (Between 1876 ad 1879)


    Katherine LIVSEY b: 7 NOV 1817 in Wilkes Co., GA
    Joseph Josiah LIVSEY b: 22 AUG 1819 in Wilkes Co., GA
    Charles H. W. LIVSEY b: 11 DEC 1820 in Wilkes Co., GA
    John A. LIVSEY b: 15 JAN 1823 in Wilkes Co., GA
    Savannah W. LIVSEY b: 16 OCT 1825 in Wilkes Co., GA
    Susan W. LIVSEY b: 23 DEC 1830 in Georgia
    Robert T. LIVSEY b: 29 SEP 1833 in Georgia
    Martha Ann LIVSEY b: 17 OCT 1837 in Georgia

    The Livsey family originally came from England where the town of Livesey in County Lancaster has been traced back as far as 1227. The name has been established strongly in England and America, spelled both Livsey and Livesey.
    Green H. Livsey (1776-GA-April 19, 1872), progenitor of the Livsey family in Gwinnett and other parts of Georgia, served in the War of 1812. He married in Wilkes Co., GA January 17, 1817, Barbara Ann Poss (Boss), daughter of Henry Poss (Boss), who was of Dutch descent.

    Green H. Livsey lived in Wilkes Co., twenty-five years before selling his plantation there in 1838. He served as overseer on the plantation of Robert Toombs, later a United States Senator and Civil War general, for two years until 1840 when he moved to the border of Gwinnett and Walton counties, where he farmed and served as an overseer for several plantations until his death. His grave near Bay Creek Baptist Church, Walton Co.,(Boss-Livsey Family Cemetery) has a government marker for his service as a private in the Georgia Militia. Children all born in Wilkes county.

    Family links:
    Barbara Ann Boss Livesey (1792 - 1860)

    Jane Katherine Livesy Stevens (1817 - 1899)*
    Joseph Josiah Livsey (1819 - 1897)*
    Charles H Livsey (1820 - 1891)*
    Robert Toombs Livsey (1833 - 1899)*
    Martha E. Livsey Carter (1837 - 1906)*