Person:William Green (211)

m. 27 Feb 1833
  1. William Green1838 - 1880
  2. Sophia Green1840 - 1906
m. 2 Apr 1859
  1. Ella Green1862 - 1941
Facts and Events
Name William Green
Gender Male
Birth[2] 13 Nov 1838 Watson, Lewis, New York, United States
Marriage 2 Apr 1859 Watson, Lewis, New York, United Statesto Elizabeth L. Williams
Military? Civil War
Death[1] 6 May 1880 North Loup, Valley, Nebraska, United States
  1. The Sabbath Recorder . (New York City, New York; later Plainfield, N. J.)
    36:21:3, May 20, 1880.

    At North Loup, Valley Co., Neb., May 6th, 1880, of congestion of the lungs, William Norton Green, son of Palmer W. and Freelove Green of Adams, N. Y., formerly of Watson, N. Y., aged 41 years.
    Bro. Green was born in Watson, and spent most of his time there, except one year and a half in the army of our country. In March, 1880, he came to Nebraska to seek a home among our people, and into our society only some two weeks before his death; and here, after a brief illness of some six days, died at the home of his cousin, Henry S. Davis, leaving a wife, a grown up daughter, and an infant child, in sorrow, but among relatives and dear friends. Some fifteen years since, Bro. Green professed faith in Christ, and was baptized by Eld. C. M. Lewis, during a revival in Watson, and has ever since been a firm believer in Christ and his religion. He expressed great anxiety for peace of mind in Christ, and found it, to the joy of his own soul, and the comfort of his friends. In song and prayer, and from the expressions of his lips, he left the comforting hope that he was ready to die. His funeral was attended at North Loup, on Sabbath, May 8th, by a large audience, the religious services for the occasion being led by Elders C. M. Lewis and Oscar Babcock. C. M. L.

  2. Greene, Frank Llewellyn. Descendants of Joseph Greene of Westerly, Rhode Island: also other branches of the Greenes of Quidnesset or Kingston, Rhode Island, and other lines of Greenes in America. (Albany, New York, United States: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1894)