Janet's Genealogy

GREEN FAMILY

For those who like to know this is my blood family. John born in 1851 is my 4th greatgrandfather. Making all below my family!

In 1936, at the age of 86 John Green sat down and told his family story to his grand-daughter Margaret Leolia Green. Leolia type her grandfather story and made copies. The copies have been passed among Green members.

Note from Janet: The names here are spelled like John Green said them and () is the way they should be spelled.

“ Green Family Story”

“John Green said "I was born 14 Feb 1851 Platte County, Missouri. My grandfather John Green SR, married a Tipton and moved from Georgia???, Settling near Lexington, Lafayette County. Missouri. (I (Janet) think they came from Eastern Tennessee. Maybe near Georgia area or maybe their parents came from Georgia.)

There were eleven (11) brothers and a sister, Sarah Green. John SR and a brother Elias (Elisha) Green settled in Platte Co. MO., not far from Fort Leavenworth. Elias (Elisha) Green married Lindy (Melinda) Green. (Lindy maiden was Green but they were not related.)

My father, Isaac (Tip) Green married Hiley (Mahalah nickname Hiley) Carter and their children were:

1 John, [my greatgrandfather]

2 William Franklin (Bill),

3 Martin D.,

4 Nicholas Riley,

5 Stonewall Jackson,

6 Mary Elizabeth.

Note from Janet: I own a copy of Isaac Tipton Green’s will.

It is said that Hiley Carter and Isaac Tipton Green JR. the girl was the baby of the family.

The grandmother of Hiley Carter, Isaac Tipton Green’s wife, was from Tennessee. Her mother maiden name was Limbaugh (Linebaugh). A sister married a Bomar (Bowman) and she married a Carter"

The Following is taken from family records:

“Isaac Tipton Green died about 1863 in Platte Co. MO. Hiley Carter Green the married Calvin (Collin) Stokes.

Their children

1 Allen Stokes;

2 Josephine Stokes m’d a Cannon;

3 Louise Stokes married a Grove;

4 Dannie Stokes never married

5 Susan Stokes m’d a Yates”

Back to John Green's story:

"John Green(son of Isaac) commenced working as a cowboy when he was 17 years of age. This included following the various cattle trails across the Indian Territory from Texas to the Redlands in Kansas. He came through Fort Sill, Pauls Valley (than one store and a Blacksmith shop) on the cattle drive and also up the famous Chisholm trail. He recalled knowing General George Custer of the 7th Cavalry. About 1877 he commenced frming and continued in this occupation the remainder of his life.”

John Green’s grandson Paul says “That his Grandpa (John Green) always said he was 11 years old when the Bushwhackers killed his father. His mother sent him and his brother in the morning to hunting for their dad. Their dad had not come home that night. The found their dad dead and he had been scalp. Paul said “That would have been about 1862 or 1863."

I decide to take John Green's story about his family and see I could find more or to see what was true or not.

Now note from Janet. My family moved to Missouri with in few weeks my Uncle Paul Green send his brother, John Edward Green (my dad) this Green family story. My Dad give me the story and decided to find out if I could prove this strange story.

The following is what I found.

JOHN GREEN SR born about 1799 in TN/GA/VA., married about 1822-25, where is unknown as is first wife. John Green was married twice 1st to unknown and 2nd to Susannah Linebaugh. It is unknown when or where the first Mrs. Green died. In the 1840 Census of Lafayette Co. MO., there was John Green with young two males + one male that was John and two young females + a female. Since in 1840 census the name that is listed is head of household and just marks for each person who living with him. I can not tell if his wife is living or could be his sister.

I know they were in Lexington, La Fayette Co. MO., for I have John and Elisha land records.

1840 census reads like this.

John and 1st wife/sister children

Elisha b 1822 in TN

Isaac Tipton b abt 1828 in MO.

Two females and their names unknown.

Their ages from 1840 census would look like this:

Elisha b 1822

a female b abt 1825

a female b abt 1826/7

Isaac b abt 1828

After moving to Platte County, Missouri, John Green married Susanna "Anna" Linebaugh on 23 Feb 1841 it was filed 28 Feb 1841. Susannah first name can found in records as: Susannah, Ann, Anna, or Susan.

Susanna Linebaugh father Daniel died 1842. John was living at this time for in Daniel‘s Will, Daniel mentions all children with their spouse. John and Ann Green are mention records until 10/18/1847 after this date only Ann is mention. This means that John must have died after 10/18/1847 and before 1850 Census.

In 1853 Susannah’s WILL states that she was leaving to her sister children: Martin, Daniel and Rebecca the land she living on. Her sister Berthsheba "Sparks" the right to live on the land as long as she never remarries. There is mention a Rebecca Limbaugh and Mary Limbaugh. As a witness to Susanah Green will is TIP GREEN. Rebecca Limbaugh, Mary Limbaugh was the sisters of Susannah and Barsheba sisters

In 1843 Susannah Green and her husband John Green sold the land that Susannah Linebaugh Green inherited from her father Daniel Linebaugh in 1841. This land was sold to Elisha Green. Elisha Green must have been John Green's brother for his son Elisha Green was to young at this time.

Now here is question: Was this land Susanah Green was leaving to her sister children her part of John Green's land? It have to be for she and her husband sold her land that she inherited from her father. I would love that land records for this.

(Barsheba was said to have married 2nd time to William Sparks in 1860s but when I find her again in 1880 she is Barsheba Carter. I have this marriage record too) Can anyone find her with William Sparks or where she was in 1870 census?

Can anyone find what happened to Rebecca Carter? If she married who was her husband? I think the boys died in Civil War. I found a Daniel and Martin Carter from Missouri in the Civil War record. The company listed that they lost a lot men in battle. So they could have died but I would love know for sure.

I also have marriage records of Mrs. Susan Green and Isaac Pearson m'd in 1847. My Susannah Linebaugh Green name was Ann or Susannah as far as I know never Susan. This not my Susannah Green but could be the wife of Benjamin Green found in 1840 Taxes list.

They are found in Lexington, La Fayette Co. MO., a John and Elisha land records.

When I first tried to prove this story "Of my grandmother Hiley Carter, Isaac Tipton Green’s wife was from Tennessee. Her maiden name was Limbaugh (Linebaugh). A sister married a Bomar (Bowman) and she married a Carter

I went to LDS Church site to see if anyone was tracing my family. There was a lady who had my John Green with 1st wife unknown and 2nd wife as Susannah Linebaugh. Looking under the Linebaugh family she had listed Elizabeth Linebaugh marry a Thomas Bowman and another Linebaugh named Barsheba married to a Carter. She said this family came from Greene Co. TN.

Well, here was Hiley, my greatgreatgrandmother and she was from TN. Her mother’s maiden name was Linebaugh. There was sister who married Bowman. But where was Hiley? I order the 1850 Census of Platte Co. MO. There was Isaac Green with wife name Mahalah. Living near or in same place was Barsheba with her children

John Green Sir must have died for he not mention in 1850 Census

In the Census of 1850 in Platte County, MO

Ann Green ( head of household) age 50 from Tennessee. This could be John Green sister or his 2nd wife..

Ann Greene Lee, Platte, MO abt 1800 Tennessee

Barsheba Carter Lee, Platte, MO abt 1808 Tennessee

Daniel Carter Lee, Platte, MO abt 1838 Missouri

Martin Carter Lee, Platte, MO abt 1836 Missouri

Rebecca Carter Lee, Platte, MO abt 1848 Missouri

next door

Isaac Greene Lee, Platte, MO abt 1828 Tennessee

Mahalah Greene Lee, Platte, MO abt 1834 Missouri

next door

Elisha Greene Lee, Platte, MO abt 1822 Tennessee

Elizabeth Greene Lee, Platte, MO abt 1828 Kentucky

John Greene Lee, Platte, MO abt 1849 Missouri

The Carter children does matches the children found in Susannah Green will and as does their mother.

Well that put the family together but were was Tip and Hiley I order the 1860 Census of Platte Co. MO. Look at their ages of them in the 1850 Census and 1860 Census. When were Isaac and Hillie born?

The 1860 Census of Platte County, Missouri

Basawa Carler(Carter) Lee, Platte, MO 45 1814 Pennsylvania Female

Mortimer Carler (Carter) Lee, Platte, MO 22 1837 Missouri Male

Daniel Carler (Carter)Lee, Platte, MO 18 1841 Missouri Male

Rebecca Carler (Carter) Lee, Platte, MO 12 1847 Missouri Female

Next door

Tip Green Lee, Platte, MO 25 1834 Missouri Male

Hilie Green Lee, Platte, MO 24 1835 Missouri Female

John Green Lee, Platte, MO 8 1851 Missouri Male

William Green Lee, Platte, MO 6 1853 Missouri Male

Notice the spelling of Barsheba and children and were they were born from 1850 to 1860. Check out the age of Isaac and Hiley. Isaac aged 3 years and Hilie aged 8. Look at all the Census for Hiley make note of her age. Janet

John Green said that his dad was Isaac Tipton Green (his nickname was Tip green) and he was killed by Bushwhackers in 1863 in Platte County. Missouri

This still did not prove Barsheba was Hiley mother.

I order the 1870 Census of Platte Co. MO. Remember Isaac was killed in 1863. His other Hillie Carter Green the married Calvin (Collin) Stokes. In the 1870 census, Hiley should be married to Collin Stokes.

Their children:

1 Allen Stokes;

2 Josephine Stokes m’d a Cannon;

3 Louise Stokes married a Grove;

4 Dannie Stokes never married

5 Susan Stokes m’d a Yates”

But I still have not proven that Barsheba was Hillie mother. So I order the 1870 Census but Barsheba is gone from Platte, Missouri. I can not find her anywhere in 1870 with or without her husband William Sparks. Their children David, Martin or Rebecca can found anywhere either. As I said before Rebecca could have married. Her brothers David and Martin could died in Civil War.

The 1870 Census of Platte County, Missouri

Stokes, Collin 35 farmer 2000 acres Virginia

Hila 30 TN

John 16 MO

William 15 MO

Mary 11 MO

Nicholas 12 MO

Martin 10 MO

Stonewall 8 MO

Stokes, Allen 5 MO

Stokes, Josephine 2 MO

Well the Census was right with first children are list here.

I am still trying to prove that Barsheba is Hillie’s mother. I found 1880 Census and look who is living Collin Stokes as his mother-in-law

Ok, now lets order The 1880 Census of Platte Co. MO

The 1880 Census of Platte County, Missouri

Stokes, Collin 45 VA

Hily 43 Tnn Tnn Tnn

James A 13 MO

Josephine 11 MO

Lousia 9 MO

Daniel 10? MO

Susan 4 MO

Bashaway Carter W F 72 m/Law at home Tenn Va, Va.

Well look here Bashaway Carter was the mother-in-law. Hillie’s children from her first marriage are not living with her but they still in county. Some are married and some are living with others. My greatgrandfather, John Green is gone and can be found in Bosque County, Texas with wife and children.

Now I know that Barsheba was Mahalah Hiley Carter Green Stokes mother. Remember I told you that a lady had done work on the Green/Linebaugh/Bowman family on the LDS Church site. This lady said that a Susannah and Barsheba’s parents were Daniel and Rebecca Bowman Linebaugh.

I order Daniel Linebaugh’s Will is 15 pages long. There I found that Barsheba (it was misspelled here too) husband was Caswell Carter. In his will he states that his daughter Elizabeth Linebaugh married Thomas Bowman, I now have proven the Linebaugh, Carter and Bowman link. Also mentioned in Daniel’s Will were John Green and his wife Ann. The finally settlement calls Ann, Susannah Green. I have copy of Barsheba Linebaugh and Caswell Carter marriage records in 1838 in Greene County, Tennessee.

So far John's Green family history is right on!!

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John Green Sr's brother Elisha married Malinda Green. Malinda was not related to them (the family call her Linda Green). (Look at bottom of my page for Elisha and his family history). Nickname "Lindy" . I found a book which mention them in it.

Isaac and Hiley/ Mahalah children were:

1 John (My greatgrandfather) b 14 Feb 1851 in Platte Co. MO., d 3 Apr 1937. buried in Mt Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma.

2 William Franklin (Bill) buried in Mt Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma.

3 Martin D buried in Mt Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma

4 Nicholas Riley (Nick)is buried Wynnewood, Oklahoma

5 Stonewall Jackson (Stoney) wife Florence; children were Hise (Hisey) H. Green and Margaret Green. Notes: He lived in Joplin, MO. What I know is that Stone 1900s was living in Jasper County, Missouri but in 1910 he missing from the Census. I am not sure when he died or where he died or where is he buried. . But there is tombstone for him in Mt Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma

6 Mary Elizabeth b Dec 23, 1854, d January 24, 1937 Platte County, Missouri, married James Cannon on 10 Aug 1871, Platte County, Missouri. Buried in Platte County, Missouri

Let’s go and see what else I can find out about my Green family.

Now can I prove this? John Green’s grandson Paul tells “That his Grandpa (John Green) always said he was 11 years old when the Bushwhackers killed his father. His mother sent him and his brother in the morning to hunt for their dad. Their dad had not come home that night. They found their dad dead and he had been scalp.

Paul said “That this would have been about 1862 or 1863.” As told above. Uncle Paul said “That it was his Papa that told him the story about his Grandpa, Isaac Tipton Green being killed in 1863. The story goes Bushwhackers killed that. John and his brother were sent out to find him. They found him dead and scalp.” It is my belief that Bloody Bill Anderson and his gang killed Isaac. Here what found about the killing of “Tip” Green

" Annals of Platte County, Missouri"

Page 350; THE HANGING OF GREEN AND RAPP

"On the night of that memorable 26 Sept. a company of cut-throats met at the house of Jacob Fulcher, and hung him until he was unconscious. After robbing his house, they went to the house of John Rapp, robbed him, and hung him on leaning tree. They them went to TIP GREEN'S and after robbing his house, brought him to Rapp's house and hung him beside the dead body of Rapp. Two days later I was ordered , as public administrator , to take charge of Rapp's estate. The only valuable I found in his house was $20.00 bill of Confederate money, lying on the floor. It was said that the possession of this money was the excuse for hanging him. I did not inventory the $20.00.

page 352: TIP GREEN

He was hung, as stated, September 26,1863. ch: 1 John; 2 William; 3 Mary m'd Jas Cannon; 4 Nicholas R; 5 Martin B; 6 Stonewall T. Tip was the nephew of ELISHA GREEN.

"HISTORY OF CLAY AND PLATTE COUNTIES MISSOURI"

KANSAS RED-LEGS---- HANGING AND ROBBIES-- From the issue of the SENTIEL of Oct 1, 1863, We take the following:

"On Friday night last a gang of five men visited the house of as old man by the name of Raff (Rapp) living near Farley. They took him from his house and hanged him until he was dead. Raff was a German, a widower, who had two of his children living with him.

The assassins then went to the house of Tipp Green, living near by, took him from beside his wife, marched him to the place where they had hung Raff (Rapp) and hanged him. Both men were left hanging until Saturday.

On Saturday, the same gang went to the house of Mr. Titter and swung him up, to make him reveal whether he had any property concealed. They took him down, however, before life was extract, robbed him if some of his goods and a horse.

They then went to the house of Mr. Shepherd, who was not at home. Fortunately they told his wife they would have hung him if he had been at home.

In the meantime, a squad of Col. Moss' men had started after them. They came upon them just as they were in the act of hanging and old man, eighty years of age. His wife of about the same age had secreted herself, but the old man was too feeble to make his escape. They were fired upon them and one of their own men was wound. They succeeded, however, in getting off, but fled so precipitately that they left two head of stolen horses and a lot of store goods, among the latter of which was a burial suit, which Mr. Timberlake had kept in his house for a number of years. There were no marble yards on their route, or doubtless each of them would have stolen himself a tombstone.

They escaped into Kansas, where they reported that they had been driven out of Platte County because they were good Union men. For more this email me. Now you know how Isaac was killed. I own a copy of his will.

I must state some thing here. The bushwhackers could be Quantrill's Raiders. Riding with them was Bloody Bill Anderson; it said that when he killed anyone, he would scalp them. The Raiders were in Platte Co. MO during the time that my great-great-grandfather was killed. The Raiders were known as Bushwhackers. At the time for killing, riding with the Raiders was Red Munkirs. Red was my mother 6th cousin. So I guess you could say that my mother side killed my dad side of the family. I made a story out this which I will add it later.

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District 95, Lee, Platte, Missouri, 1880 Census

James WALLACE Self M Male W 55 IRELAND Farming IRE IRE

Sarah E. WALLACE Wife M Female W 40 MO Keeping House KY KY

William WALLACE Son S Male W 20 MO Works On Farm IRE MO

Ella WALLACE Dau S Female W 10 MO At Home IRE MO

Emma WALLACE Dau S Female W 10 MO At Home IRE MO

Towney FORD Other S Male W 24 MO Works On Farm MO MO

Nick GREEN Other S Male W 22 MO Works On Farm MO MO

Nick is Isaac and Hily Carter Green son

James REED Other S Male W 36 IL Works On Farm IL IL

Mary HUGHES Other W Female W 60 IRE Retired IRE IRE

Collin STOKES Self M Male W 43 VA Farmer VA VA

Hily STOKES Wife M Female W 43 TN Keeping House TN TN

Hily is Isaac Tipton "Tip" Green" wife.

James A. STOKES Son S Male W 13 MO At Home VA TN

Josphine STOKES Dau S Female W 11 MO At Home VA TN

Louisa STOKES Dau S Female W 9 MO At Home VA TN

Daniel STOKES Son S Male W 7 MO At Home VA TN

Susan STOKES Dau S Female W 4 MO At Home VA TN

Carter BASHWAY MotherL W Female W 72 TN At Home VA VA

Hily Carter Green Stokes mother

James CANNON Self M Male W 52 TN Farmer VA TN

Mary CANNON Wife M Female W 26 MO Keeping House TN TN

Mary is the daughter of Isaac Tipton Green and Hily Carter

James L. CANNON Son S Male W 21 MO Laborer TN MO

William CANNON Son S Male W 19 MO Laborer TN MO

Hulda CANNON Dau S Female W 17 MO At Home TN MO

Mandy CANNON Dau S Female W 15 MO At Home TN MO

Mary CANNON Dau S Female W 13 MO At Home TN MO

Daniel CANNON Son S Male W 9 MO At Home TN MO

John CANNON Son S Male W 8 MO At Home TN MO

Lucy CANNON Dau S Female W 6 MO At Home TN MO

Thomas CANNON Son S Male W 4 MO At Home TN MO

Clemy CANNON Dau S Female W 8M MO At Home TN MO

William THEIS Self M Male W 45 GER Farming GER GER

Mary THEIS Wife M Female W 35 GER Keeping House GER GER

John THEIS Son S Male W 11 MO At Home GER GER

William THEIS Son S Male W 10 MO At Home GER GER

Henry THEIS Son S Male W 6 MO GER GER

Frederick THEIS Son S Male W 1 MO GER GER

Stone GREEN Other S Male W 19 MO Works On Farm IL IL

Stone is Isaac and Hily Carter Green son

The 1880 Census of Bosque Co., TX (E.D. 14, Bosque, Texas)

John GREEN Self M Male W 25 MO Farmer MO MO

Jane GREEN Wife M Female W 20 AR Keeping House MS MS

William E. GREEN Son S Male W 2 TX MO AR

The 1900 Census of Faulkner Co AR

Green John b Feb 1851 age 48 married 22 years Missouri, Missouri

Margaret b Nov 1858 age 41 married 22 years Missouri Tenn.

James Nov 1880 age 19 TX

Mytle Mary 1884 age 16 TX

Gertrude Jan 1887 age 13 MO

Allen May 1889 age 11 AR

Gracie May 1891 age 8

Arthur Jan 1894 age 6

Allen Sep 1898 age 1

Next Generation:

John Green II born 14 Feb 1851 Platte Co. MO d 3 Apr 1937. Pauls Valley, OK In Bosque Co.Texas on 23 Dec 1877 Margarete Jane Kilmer (Killmer) married John Green. I own a copy of their marriage record John Green died in Gravin Co. Oklahoma near Wynnewood, Ok. He buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley, Gravin County,Ok. In John Green Obit. "Mr. Green was true Christian for many years. He was respected by all who knew him.

Marguriet Jane Kilmer was born in Douglas Co. Missouri on 8 Nov 1858 and she died 19 Oct 1955 in Davis, Ok. They were both buried at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley,Ok. Some of their Children were born in Tx.The family left Tx move to Missouri live they’re for four (4) years and some of the children were born there. Then they move to Faulkner County, Ark., Some of the children could have been born in Ark. They left Ark in 1903 for Garvin County, Ok.

"DAILY OKLAHOMAN"

Area Pioneer's Funeral Today Davis

Sevices for Marguriet Jane Green, 96, (Note from Janet she was 97) will be at 2p.m. Friday in the first Baptist Church here. Burial is to be at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley, with Behner Funeral home in charge

She was born in Douglas County, MO, and came to this state in 1901, moving to Davis six years ago. (note from Janet: the land rush was 1906, so it should have said 1906 not 1901) Her childhood was spent in Texas.

Suvivors include four sons. JI, Davis, Fred,Hollywood,Ca., Arthur, Ponca City, Bert, Davis; two daughters, Mrs Mytle Ricks, Davis and Mrs Gracie Merchant, Rung, Texas. two half-brothers, Tom Kilmer, Hot Springs, NM and Jesse Kilmer 211 S. Nebraska, Oklahoma City, OK. 35 grandchildren, 67 greatgrandchildren and 11 greatgreatgrandchildren. She was member of the Primative Baptist Church

Rites Set in Davis for Mrs John Gree, "Mr and Mrs Arthur E Green, Rt 1 have ben called to Davis because of the death of former's mother, Mrs John Green, 97, late Wednesday afternoon.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Davis Baptist Church with the Bohner Funeral hom in charge. Burial will be in the Pauls Valley Cemetery.

Among the survivors are two granddaughters, Mrs Raymond Hankins, and Mrs George Hill. and 6 greatgrandchildrn. Mr and Mrs Hakins and Mrs Hill also are planning to attend the funeral.

John and Margariete Kilmer Green Children were:

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John and Margarete Kilmer Green children

1 Missouri Gertrude b 8 Jan 1877 d 1 Dec 1936 ( Aunt Gert)

2 William Early b 12 Sept.1878 in & d 1920 (Uncle Bill)m 19 Oct 1902. He is buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley.

3 *James Isaac b 6 Nov. 1880 in Eulogy,Texas,d 4 Apr 1958. (Jim). HE WAS MY GRANDFATHER. Eulogy, Texas is near Farmer Road 56. some nine miles NE of Walnut Springs and NW of Waco in N Bosque County, TX. I own their marriage record. [my greatfather]

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4 John Nicholas b 20 Dec 1882, d 8 Feb 1883 died in infancy in TX.

5 Lily Myrtle b.12 Mar 1884 d 16 Jun 1960 or 1964 in Davis, Ok (Aunt Myrtle) The family Bible is hard to read the date of death.

6 Allen Fredrick b 12 May 1890 in Faulkner Co. AK, d in Ca. (Uncle Fred)

7 Gracie May b 12 May 1891 in Faulkner Co AK. d in TX.( Aunt Gracie)

8 Arthur Eugene b 16 Jan 1894 in Faulkner Co AK d 9 JAN 1977, PONCA CITY, OK.

9 Almer Burt b 17 Sept 1898 d Dec 15,1980 in Davis, Ok. (Uncle Burt)m'd May Smith on 12 Oct 1918. He was 20 and she was 18 May died on 5 OCT 1997

10 Coy J b 1 Oct 1901 killed on 16 Aug 1920 in Garvin Co. Ok m'd Stella Belvin on 13 Aug 1920. He was 22 and she was 19( not true she was under age)

The birth dates and death dates of the children come from the Green family Bible. Bibles I have copy of John and James I Green’s bibles

Isaac Tipton "Tip" Green and Mahalah "Hily" Carter daughter and John Green's sister, Mary Elizabeth Green m’d James Cannon Jr. b 6 April 1828 TN d 26 March 1909. 1st wife on 4 Aug 1853 Nancy Ann Ratliff d 9 Jan 1869. Their children were: James Leonard III, William, Hula, Amanda and Mary. 2nd wife was Mary Elizabeth Green( daughter of Issac Green and Hila Carter) Their children were: Daniel, John Miller, Lucy Ann, Tom Tipton, Clemmie, Henry, Etta and Jettie, and Jessie.

On the death records for Mary’s estate she listed her Mahalah Carter was her mother and father as Isaac Tip Green

James Cannon will was filed 1909 and was written in 1906. It mentions his wife Mary E Cannon and her children. James; William; Hulda m'd Abner Wallace ; Amanda m'd Abner Wallace; Maude Susan m'd David Mills; Mary D decesed m’d Samuel Smith; John M.; Lucy m'd Alonzo Muleky; Thomas T; Clemmine; Charles; Henry; Etta; Jettie

William Cannon, son of James and Nancy Ratliff Cannon, m'd Josephine Stokes. Josephine was the daughter of Collin Stokes and Hila Carter Green Stokes. Their children were: Katherine Lee; Alice May; Jesse Dan; William John; Fred Allen; Herman Martin; Charles Elmer and Bessie Louise.

Katherine b 19 July 1889 d 28 Dec 1879 daughter of William and Josephine Stokes Cannon; Alice May b 19 Dec 1890 d 12 July 1891; Jesse Dan b 19 Feb 1892 and d 9 Feb 1891; William John b 21 Sept 1893; Fred b 19 Dec 1895; Herman b 23 Nov 1897; Charles b 29 Nov 1900; Bessie b 4 Mar 1902

Hulda Cannon24 Aug 1863 m'd A Wallace (Hulda Jane Cannon, b.8-24-1863, MO; m. Abner Wallace, 1-8-1884, in James Cannon's home)

Amanda Cannon b 13 Dec 1865 m'd Dave Mills; and Mary b 23 Sept 1867

Daniel Cannon b 1871 d 1919 m'd Nancy J Graham; John Miller b 18 Aug 1872 d 7 Dec 1994; Lucy b 12 Aug 1874 d Nov 13; Tom Tipton ("High Pockets") b 13 June 1876 d 20 Mar 1960; Clemmie 16 Oct 1879 d 1922 m'd Ive Andrews; Charles b 18 July 1884 d 6 Dec 1961 m'd Stella Fulcher and 2nd Eunc b Sewell. Stella Fulcher Cannon is buried in Green Cemetery; Henry b 8 oct 1886 d 1 Aug 1952 m'd 2st Daily and 2nd Alma Hettich nick'n 'Bush'; Etta b 6/13 Feb 1889 m'd Jerry Miller; Jettie b 28 Nov 1891 m'd Ed Miller and Jessie b 28 Nov 1891 d soon after birth. Jettie and Jesse were twins. Presented by Evelyne Kisker Miller.

Mary Davis Cannon was born September 23, 1867 in Platte Co, Missouri and died January 6, 1899 in Lamont, Grant Co., Oklahoma. She is buried in the Lamont Cemetery and I have seen the marker. She married Samuel Madison Smith, 12-24-1884, in Farley, Platte Co., Missouri. He was born 1-4-1864 in Prairie City, Davies Co., Missouri and died 12-16-1939 in Lamont, Grant Co., Oklahoma.

Mary Cannon Smith committed suicide when she found out Sam was running around with Ellen Jerman (who he married the next year). Sam also committed suicide.

Children of Mary Cannon and Samuel Smith are:

1 Eddie Samuel Smith, b.11-4-1885, Farley, Platte Co., MO; d. 4-24-1971, Enid, Garfield Co., OK.;

2 Albert Davis Smith, b 2-6-1887, Farley, Platte Co., MO; d. abt. 1969, Palos Verdes, Los Angeles Co., CA.;

3 Annie Belle Smith, b 4-2-1891, Farley, Platte Co., MO; d 3-26-1978, Enid, Garlfield Co., OK.;

4 Jessie Mae Smith, b. 4-12-1895, Lamont Grant co., Oklahoma; d. 12-13-1974, Enid, Garfield Co., OK;

5 Elmer Davis Smith, b. 6-12-1898, Lamont, Grant Co., Oklahoma; d. 6-5-1900, Lamont, Grant Co., Oklahoma.

Isaac Tipton "Tip" Green and Mahalah "Hily" Carter daughter and John Green's brother Nicholas Riley. This all that I know about his family

Tipton is the son of Nicholas Riley (Nick) is buried Wynnewood, Ok Nicholas is the son of Isaac Tipton Green and Mahalah Carter

Tipton Green b 18 Jan 1889 in TX. d 5 June 1975 in Pauls Valley, Gravin Co., Ok. m'd Dewey ?. The family is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley Gravin Co. Ok.

I found the marriage of Tipton Green age 26 to Dewey Roden age 18 on 6 Sept 1915. Tipton Green was married before at the age of 21 to Emma Rayburn age 19 23 Dec 1910.

I found 1920 Census for Tip Green. Green, Tipp age 30 b TX; Dewey age 20 wf NC children Cletta 3 b Ok and Oleta 1 b Ok

John Green born 14 Feb 1851 Platte Co. MO d 3 Apr 1937, Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. In Bosque County, Texas on 23 Dec 1877, Marguerite Jane Kilmer (Killmer) married John Green. John Green died in Garvin County, Oklahoma near Wynnewood, Oklahoma. He buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma. In John Green's Obit, states that "Mr. Green was true Christian for many years and he was respected by all who knew him.

Marguerite Jane Kilmer was born in Douglas County, Missouri on 8 Nov 1858 and she died 19 Oct 1955 in Davis, Murray County, Oklahoma. They were both buried at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley, Garvin County, Oklahoma. Some of their Children were born in Texas. The family left Texas move to Missouri live they’re for four (4) years and some of the children were born there. Then they move to Faulkner County, Arkansas, Some of the children could have been born in Arkansas They left Arkansas in 1903 McCurtain County, Oklahoma. Before 1920 they had move to Garvin County. Oklahoma.

"DAILY OKLAHOMAN"

Area Pioneer's Funeral Today Davis

"Services for Marguriet Jane Green, 96, (Note from Janet she was 97) will be at 2p.m. Friday in the first Baptist Church here. Burial is to be at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley, with Behner Funeral home in charge She was born in Douglas County, Missouri, and came to this state in 1901, moving to Davis six years ago. (Note from Janet: the land rush was 1906, so it should have said 1906 not 1901) Her childhood was spent in Texas. Survivors include four sons. JI, Davis, Fred, Hollywood, Ca., Arthur, Ponca City, Bert, Davis; two daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Ricks, Davis and Mrs. Gracie Merchant, Rung, Texas. two half-brothers, Tom Kilmer, Hot Springs, NM and Jesse Kilmer 211 S. Nebraska, Oklahoma City, OK. 35 grandchildren, 67 greatgrandchildren and 11 greatgreatgrandchildren. She was member of the Primitive Baptist Church

Rites Set in Davis for Mrs. John Green, "Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E Green, Rt 1 had been called to Davis because of the death of formers mother, Mrs. John Green, 97, late Wednesday afternoon.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Davis Baptist Church with the Bohner Funeral home in charge. Burial will be in the Pauls Valley Cemetery.

Among the survivors are two granddaughters, Mrs. Raymond Hankins, and Mrs. George Hill. and 6 greatgrandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Hakins and Mrs Hill also are planning to attend the funeral." Note from Janet “I am one of greatgrandchildren.”

John and Marguerite Kilmer Green Children

1 Missouri Gertrude b 8 Jan 1877 Texas, d 1 Dec 1936 (Aunt Gert)

2 William Early b 12 Sept.1878, Texas, d 1920 m 19 Oct 1902. He is buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Pauls Valley. (Uncle Bill)

3 James Isaac b 6 Nov. 1880 in Eulogy, Texas, d 4 Apr 1958. (Jim). (Eulogy, Texas is near Farmer Road 56. some nine miles NE of Walnut Springs and NW of Waco in N in Bosque County, Texas). (My grandfather)

4 John Nicholas b 20 Dec 1882, Texas d 8 Feb 1883 died in infancy in Texas. 5 Lily Myrtle b.12 Mar 1884 Missouri d 16 Jun 1960 or 1964 in Davis, Oklahoma (Aunt Myrtle)

6 Allen Fredrick b 12 May 1890 in Faulkner County, Arkansas d in Ca. (Uncle Fred)

7 Gracie May b 12 May 1891 in Faulkner County, Arkansas. d in TX.( Aunt Gracie)

8 Arthur Eugene b 16 Jan 1894 in Faulkner County, Arkansas d 9 JAN 1977, Ponca City, Oklahoma

9 Almer Burt b 17 Sept 1898, Arkansas d Dec 15, 1980 in Davis, Oklahoma (Uncle Burt)m'd May Smith on 12 Oct 1918. He was 20 and she was 18 May died on 5 OCT 1997

10 Coy J b 1 Oct 190 Arkansas killed on 16 Aug 1920 in Garvin Co. Ok m'd Stella Belvin on 13 Aug 1920. He was 22 and she was 19 (not true she was under age by the census I found her in. She was abt 13 years old)

John and Marguerite Kilmer son Coy Green was killed. Here is part of the story on the killing

I have copy of the Newspaper of the Killing of COY GREEN. The title of the Article is DOUBLE TRAGEDY ATTENDS SHOOTING. Coy was 18 at the time of his death. Coy had married a young girl on Sat. 14 Aug 1920. Her father, Charles Belvin, had Coy put in jail, because The young girl was under age. Coy made bond and return to the Belvin's farm for his wife and a gun fight between the two-man lead to both of their death. The young girl name was Stella Belvin. They were married on 14 Aug 1920. ANYONE SEES THIS AND KNOWS WHAT BECAME OF HER LET ME KNOW OR THE FAMILY.

The 1910 Census for Garvin Co. Ok.

Green. John age 54 Mo

Margaret J age 52 Mo

Missouri G age 23d Mo

Fredrick age 20s Ar

Arthur E age 16s Ar

Almer B age 11s Ar

Coy J age 5s Ar

Myrtle Rex age 26d Tx with 1 child John E.

The 1920 Census for Garvin Co. Ok

Green, Fredrick age 30 Ar

Myrtle age 28 Ar

Obed age 5s Ok

Inez age 3d Ok

Margreite age 9/12d CO.

Green John age 69 Mo

Magarete J 61 Mo

Gertrude 27d Mo

Coy J 18s Ar

Myrtle Ricks 30d TX

Green John E 11 g/s Ok This child is John E Ricks aka Ted.

Kilmer, Jim b 54 TN (Mo) Magarete Kilmer Green, the wife of John Green, brother

Nellie 34 wf b Ar ( she was James I Green (son of John and Margrete Jane Kilmer) wife Lillie Stewart sister.

Clarence 11 b OK

Howard 7 b OK

Let me tell a little story here: "James Byrum Kilmer aka Jim is a brother to Margaret Kilmer Green the wife of John Green. Nellie maiden name was Stewart the daughter of Thomas Alexander Stewart and Americus Armanda Suggs. Are you following me so far? Nellie's sister Lillie married James Isaac Green the son of John Green and Margaret Kilmer."

Next Generation:

5 Lily Myrtle b.12 Mar 1884 Missouri d 16 Jun 1960 or 1964 in Davis, Oklahoma (Aunt Myrtle)

"Aunt Myrtle" Lily Myrtle b.12 Mar 1884 d 16 Jun 1964 in Davis, Ok married Will Ricks. their son was Ted Ricks. His daughter was Susan never married (I was told she is living in Ca.)

7 Gracie May b 12 May 1891 in Faulkner County, Arkansas. d in TX.( Aunt Gracie) Aunt Gracie married Ples (Pleasant) Rankin: 1 Eula Mae Rankin married Raymond Badley Williams their children (A)Johnny,(B)Larry Raymond Williams and(C)Jane and 2 Dorothea (Dot) Rankin married a Talley: never had children

(6) Uncle Fred married Myrtle Carr Myrtle Died July 1960, in a Los Angles Hospital. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

Allen Fredrick Green 12 May 1889 Caucasian Arkansas;United States of America Not Stated, Garvin, OK

1 Imo died at 16

2 Obed Fredrick m'd Florence Rogers

Children;

Jerry Obed

Joyce Evelyn

Betty Jean

3 Margarette/Myrtle Margaret m'd Stanley Richerson Died @ 19 1939

4 Johnny/John Martin m'd Rose Haalstead

Children:

Twin girls: Jenny and Jane

2nd marriage. m'd Eleanor Smith

Children:

John

Paul Issac

David

Steven

Joe

5 Vian (Vivian)Vivian Lorraine m'd 5 times. Vivan, out 5 marriages, she had only one child by Dave Keiser. The child was named Janis

6 Velma Opa born 25 Mar 1923, Oklahoma d Mar 1983, Van Nuys, California Married John Jurel Blue "Bud" born in 25 Jul 1922, Oklahoma d 30 May 2002, Newhall, Los Angeles, California [I remember my cousins and I have many stories about them but never post them for it would hurt their children]

Children:

Donna Kay

Dorothy Lee

Linda Diane

John Jurel

7 Jerry Allen m'd Carol Stevenson

Children:

Michael Allen

Janet Raye

Glenn Thomas

Kelly Brian

8 Perry Noel m'd Peggy Price

Children:

Perry Lamar

Peggy Lavon

Ronald Allen

Noela Lee

Noel Robert

Kimberly

9 Berl Glen D'd @ 2 mos

10 Alpha m'd Wille (Bill ) Holder, We lost Bill in 2004

Children:

Billy Noel D'd @ birth

Carolyn Diane d'd 8/31/89

Mona lee (Still born)

Timothy Aaron ( Adopted)

11 Isam Coy..m'd Marie Burns

Children: ;

Patricia Ann

Shirley Jane

Harley Dow

(9) Almer Burt b 17 Sept 1898, Arkansas d Dec 15,1980 in Davis, Oklahoma (Uncle Burt)m'd Ella May Smith on 12 Oct 1918. He was 20 and she was 18. Aunt May died 5 Oct 1997. A (Ella May Smith was a Pottawatomie Indian)

a Nita

b Arthur L

c Burt

d Ralph

e Virginia Marie

f Betty Jo

g Helen Ruth

i Billy Wayne

j Shirley Jane

(7) Arthur Eugene b 16 Jan 1894 in Faulkner County, Arkansas d 9 JAN 1977, Ponca City, Oklahoma. Uncle Arthur was born 16-Jan-1894 in Faulkner Co. AK died 9 Jan 1977, Ponca City, Kay County, Oklahoma. He was raised in Garvin County Oklahoma, near Lindsay. He was in the employment of the Cities Service Oil Refineries in Gainsville, Texas and Okmulgee and Ponca City, Oklahoma for 20 years. He has engaged in automotive parts and Muffler business since 1947. Named AUTOMOTIVE EXCHANGE He married Alma Minnie Young ,she was born 30 June 1893 in Greer Co Texas (now Ok.) and died 22 Sept. 1978, Ponca City, Kay Co., OK. Both are buried in the Oddfellows Cemetery, Ponca City, Oklahoma. She is the daughter of Thomas F Young and Leolia Clela Floyd of Marysville, TX. They had two daughters

(A) Margaret Leolia Green married George A Hill ( This is the granddaughter that John Green told the his family history to.) [went by Lee or Leolia] GREEN, b. 20 Jun 1917, Pauls Valley, OK. d. 30 Mar 1998, Duncan, Stephens Co., OK. m. George Anderson Hill, 24 Aug. 1939, Tulsa, OK. He was born 26 May 1918, Okmulgee, OK. He died 28 Mar 1994, Ponca City, Kay Co., OK. They are buried in the Odd Fellow Cemetery, Ponca City, OK.

They were the parents of three children:

1. Mildred Lee Blanton, b. living m(1) First unknown but last name could have been Clanton for her first daughter was adopted by Millie during her marriage and was the daughter of her first husband. and 2nd Robert Dale Blanton, living

1. Billie Jo Clanton, b. living. m(1) Benjamin Durward McGowen, m(2) Steve Ames 1. Joshua Lynn McGowen, b. living, 2 Jil'Ann McGowen, b.living

2. De Forrest Hill III, b. living, Ponca City, OK. De married Ruby Mallernee Brooks. Ruby's two sons are: They are both living.

1. Jeffrey Allan Brooks

2. Stephen Kyle Brooks

3. George Anderson Hill, Jr. b. living, Ponca City, Kay County, OK. He m. Jane Morrow, b. living Perry, OK. Both are educators in Tulsa, OK. a. James Anderson Hill, b. living

(B) Kathryn Maureen Green, b. 31 Oct. 1925, Gainesville, TX. She m.22 Mar 1944,Ponca City, OK, Raymond Hankins. He was born 25 Sept 1921,Ripley, OK. They live in Ponca City, OK.

(a) Carol Jane Hankins m Bill Fiero. They have two boys

(b) Barbara Kay Hankins m Tom Gange. They have grown boys

(c) Betty Jo Hankins Weber

3 James (Jim)Isaac b 6 Nov. 1880 in Eulogy, Bosque, Texas, d 4 Apr 1958. (Eulogy, Texas is near Farmer Road 56. some nine miles NE of Walnut Springs and NW of Waco in N in Bosque County, Texas). James Isaac married Lillie Stewart in 1903 in Cato, Little River County, Arkansas. (My grandparents) Children:

(A) Brother b 11 Jan 1905 d 11 Jan 1905

(B) William Louis Thomas b 23 May 1906 in America, McCurtain County, Oklahoma. d in California. married Beulah Marie Haily. Beulah was born Oklahoma and died in California. Their children;

(a) Gordon Eugene born 17 May 1933, Los Angeles,California died Dec 1982 in Europe

(b) Coy living

(C) Essie Gertrude b 23 Dec 1907 d 8 Aug 1908

(E) James Carl b 3 Mar 1909 d in TX m Selena Avo Uptergrove both died in TX

(a) James Carl Jr.living

(b) Lilly Fern living

(c) Darline

(F) Ruby Mae Green b 12 Feb 1912 Bokcito, Mc Curtain County, OK d 7 June 2002 Davis, Murray County, Ok. She married 1st Robert Lee Fullerton 7 Nov 1932 ,he died 10 Sept 1957 and 2nd A. M. “Bose” Eddy d 27 Oct 1989

(a) Virginia b living married Delford Fox

(1) Wayne living

(2) Daniel living

(3) Marsha living

(b) Pauline b living married Jim Gist living

(1) Edward living

(E) John Edward b 24 June 1914 died 19 Sep 1995 married LaVena Watts b 8 May 1916 d 2 May 1996. They both died in Van Nuys, Ca. Both are buried in Oakwood Memorial Park 22601 Lassen St. Chatsworth, Ca. [my parents]

Click here for Watts

(a) Jimmie Lou b Mangum, Greer County, Oklahoma, Married 1st Billy Black Aug 16,1955 d in OK. 2nd Charles Lambright and 3rd John Palesano.

(1) Darla Kay b a live and well married Kevin Morris Divorced. Child Caitlin Maria b a live and well

(b) *Janet b a live and well married James Ariciu. James b a live and well in Romania* [me]

Janet is the Author of this page. You can email me at the bottom of this page. Therefore I can tell all the wonder stories about Green family that been send me or I found.

(1) Jason b a live and well

(2) Gabriel (Gabe) b a live and well

Click here to meet my husband JAMES DUMITRU ARICIU.

Click here for Ariciu

(F) Paul Isaac b Living m’d Edith Hilder b 26 Jul 1920 Californ. She died 10 Oct 1994 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California

(a) Harold Lee (Ninie) living

(b) Darrell living

(G) Raymond "Alfred" b 24 Sep 1919 d 10-24-95 in Davis, Murray County, Oklahoma m Mildred Marie Martin living

(a) Raymond Earl (Ronnie)living Twin of Lydia Pearl

(b) Lydia Pearl twin of Raymond Earl (died young)

(c) Jeraldine "Jeral" living

(d) Janet M living

(G) David Odis b 12 Jul 1923 m Lylah Bonnel Davis. She d Sep 1994 and he d 30 or 31 Dec 1998

(a) Richard living

(b) Laura Jean (sis) living

1910 GREER CO., OKLAHOMA, Index of census Images, Surnames T-U-V-W-Y Note: XXXX denotes black servant, no surname listed Note: * denotes my best guess

Teacher - A.J. Hinkle, of Royal Year Beginning Oct 13, 1924 and Ending April 24, 1925 White school, Number of months taught - 7, Number of days school was taught - 140, Number of visit by superintendent - 1, Grade and kind of certificate held by teacher - 2nd, Salary of teacher per month - $230.00, Number of 8th grade applicants for diplomas - 0, Number of acres in school site - 3, Kind of school building - model, Condition of school building - good, Estimated value of building and ground - $3500.00, Total number of books in library - 10

Eddie Green 10 M 36: my dad

Paul Green 5 M 38 His brother

Ruby Green 13 F 31 His sister

Green Hill Cemetery in Davis, Murray County, Oklahoma

Green, Billy Wayne "Tode"; Aug 22,1937- Dec 11, 1965 (Son of Burt and Mae Smith Green.

Green, Burt; Sep 17,1898- Dec 15,1980 m Oct 12, 1918

Green, Ella Mae; Jul 30 1900- 1998or 1999. w/o Burt

Green, Jim; Nov 6, 1880- Apr 4, 1958; m Mar 8, 1903; h/o Lillie

Green, Lillie' Dec 7.1883-June 30, 1964, w/o Jim

James Isaac "Jim" and Lillie Stewart Green were my grandparents

Fullerton, Robert L; Nov 6, 1911 h/o Ruby( son-in-law of Jim and Lillie Green)

Fullerton, Ruby; Feb 12, 1912- living w/o Robert( daughter of Jim and Lillie Stewart Green)

Fullerton, Venus; Mar 26, 1910-Nov 5, 1968. Brother to Robert.

Now for John Green’s brother Elisha Green family. How I know that this man is John Green brother? The book " Annals of Platte County, Missouri" mention when Tip Green was killed the article mention his children and the Elisha Green was his uncle.

The " Annals of Platte County, Missouri" mention the following about Elisha Green.

Elisha Green b East Tennessee on May 15, 1801; died Jan 9,1855. Malinda m'd Elisha before 1821. I was told be John(2) that they were married in GA. Malinda could have be born in Henrico Co. Va.( not proven) In the Spring of 1826, he moved with his family to Lexington, M. and thence to Platte in 1837.He purchased a wigwam of a Pottawatomie Indian and settled in the Missouri bottoms, near Farley.. In 1844 he move to Platte City, and erected the hotel still known as GREEN HOUSE. In 1860 the Green House in Platte Co., MO sold by sheriff as the property of Beauchamp, Moore and Clifford... bought by Jonathan Tipton for $2,0031.

"HISTORY OF CLAY AND PLATTE COUNTIES MISSOURI"

"Elisha Green came to Platte county about 1838 and settled in the Missouri bottom above Farley, and opened a large farm. About 1845 he came to Platte City and became one of its most enterprising citizens. He erected the Green Hotel and the fine residence opposite; entered into every scheme of public improvement, and labored for the advancement of the town until his death in 1855.

Note from Janet: I think I have found their marriage but not know for sure

Alabama Marriages before 1825

GROOM - BRIDE - DATE - COUNTY

Greene, Elisha m'd Greene, Malinda 13 Sep 1823 Morgan

Elisha Green will was dated 28 Mar. 1854 Son Reuben Franklin Green to inherit by special entailment slaves belonging to Mary Frances, his grandmother, which she holds under converyance by me for life. Son, Frederick Marshall Green, is disabled and is to receive $5,000 more then other children. Does not name other children. Exrs. Frederick Marshall Green and Nicholas C. Green. Wit: John H. Stingfellow and Richard R. Rees. Recorded 19 Jan 1855. (Will B-163)

Elisha and Malinda Green Children:

Reubin Franklin b 1821;went to Santa Fe in 1849, married a Mexican lady, had several children and d Dec 18,1878.

Missouri A. b? m'd Dr Frederick Marshall. For more them email me.

Nicholas R. Green m May 30,1854. Matilda Morin. for information email me

*William A b March 21,1835. d Sep 6, 1881. m Annie C. Nichol on 19 May 1864

Fred m b June 5,1847 d single June 5, 1883. never married

From the The " Annals of Platte County, Missouri" and census I thought this all for children that Elisha and Malinda Green had but I was wrong for I found more

Elisha Green and Malinda Green Children:

1 Mary Green born in Tennessee died at the age 1 year and 3 mos The date is hard to read

2 Missouri A. b Abt 1824 in Missouri m'd Dr Frederick Marshall.

3 Reubin Franklin b 1821/1825; went to Santa Fe in 1849, married a Mexican lady, had several children and d Dec 18, 1878.

4 Thomas Green b: 1828 in Tennessee d 1833 in Missouri

5 Virginia Green she died but date of death can found

6 Nicholas C. Green b 1831 Missouri m May 30, 1854. Matilda Morin.

7 Malinda Green br 1833 Missouri Apr 1840 in Platte City, Platte, Missouri

8 William A b March 21, 1835, d Sep 6, 1881, married Annie C. Nichol on 19 May 1864

9 Frederick "Fred" M. b June 5, 1847 d single June 5, 1883. never married

Platte City Cemetery (Marshall)

Green

Elisha, 1801-1855

F. M., 1817-1883

Malinda F., d: 1819

Malinda F., 1800-1873

Mary, d: 1812

Mary Frances, d: 2/6/1856

Maria S., b&d. 1821

Thomas A., d: 1813

Virginia b&d. 1816

Zerelda V., d: 1855

Next Generation for Elisha and Malinda Green family:

Missouri Ann Green Birth: Abt 1824 in , , Missouri Death: 1919 in Platte City, Platte, Missouri Burial: City Cemetery, Platte City, Platte, Missouri Missouri in early life was handsome, spirited and independent. She labored effectively in every good cause; was ever generous and kind to the poor and zealous for the Church. For years she hovered on the borderland of death, but is now in health.

"Platte County Missouri Historical & Genealogical Society Bulletin" Vol. 38 Summer 1985 Number 3

"Started World's Greatest Gold Rush" by George Remsburg

Found in the Trunk of Missouri Green Marshall Norton and donated to the Platte County Historical Society by Celelia Miller Fitch.

The 75th anniversary edition of the Placerville, Calif. Mountain Democrat contains the following letter written by A. St. Clair Denver of Chicago, regarding James W Marshall, the discoverer of gold in California, who was an early settler of Platte County, Missouri.

"It was not the spirit of adventure or enterprise which took James W, Marshall to the Pacific Coast. Strange as it may seem to those who knew him in California, and his awkward, uncouth ways, it was a serious love affair, as related to me in Missouri, 1848. Mrs Green, who employed Marshall in Missouri, had a handsome birth, intelligent daughter, Miss Tennessee with whom Marshall was desperately smitten. She did not reciprocate, but subsequently married another man of the same name from New York, a young doctor, genteel and polished. James Marshall became disgusted with the world at large and women in particular. He determined to place himself outside of the world of civilized women, and the next spring left for Pacific Coast. That is what took him there."

"Mr Denver is mistaken as to regards to the given name Miss Green. It was Missouri not Tennessee. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Green, who operated the historic old GREEN HOUSE in Platte City. This hotel was the home of Senator David R. Atchison, while he lived in Platte city. He was staying there at the time that the city of Atchinson was founded and name in his honor, and during his operations as a leader in the pro-slavery movement at the time of the Missouri-Kansas border war. This pioneer hostelry was the rendezvous of democratic politicians and professional and literary men of that day.

Note from Janet, I look up more information about James W Marshall this is what I found

”James Wilson Marshall was born on October 8, 1810 in Round Mountain, New Jersey. His father, Phillip Marshall was a wagon-maker and James first learned the trade from him as a youngster in his teens. James had a falling out with his father and left home to work in a variety of jobs including a sawmill and lumber company. In 1837 he owned a small farm in Western Missouri

He left New Jersey at age twenty-four (after the death of his father) and headed west. He settled in after the Platte Purchase, and began farming along the Missouri River . It was there that he contracted malaria a common affliction in the area. On the advice of his doctor, Marshall left Missouri in the hopes of improving his health. He joined an emigrant train heading west and arrived in Oregon's Willamette Valley in the spring of 1845. He left Oregon in June 1845 and headed south, eventually reaching Sutter's Fort California in mid-July. His great-grandfather had served as a signer of the Declaration of Independence

Although he never struck it rich, James Marshall is linked forever to the story of the California gold rush as the man who set the whole world heading westward with his discovery of gold along the American River in northern California.

Marshall was born in 1810 in New Jersey and took up his father's trade as a skilled carpenter and wheelwright. At age eighteen he decided to head west, settling as a farmer near Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, after briefly residing in Indiana and Illinois. After several unhealthy and unsuccessful years of famine, Marshall decided in 1844 to join a wagon train headed to California. In July of 1845, Marshall arrived at the Sacramento River settlement run by John Sutter , who quickly gave him employment as a carpenter. Marshall's economic prospects brightened considerably, and he soon owned livestock and several hundred acres of land in the Sacramento Valley. He was also among the up-and-coming settlers who joined forces with John C. Fremont early in 1846 to stage the Bear Flag Revolt, a premature bid to seize control of California that was snuffed out when American troops arrived to occupy the territory at the start of the Mexican-American war.

Marshall served in Fremont's California Battalion, the remnant of the revolt, for the next year, when he returned to the Sacramento Valley to find that his cattle had been stolen. Forced by financial necessity to sell his ranch, Marshall formed a partnership with John Sutter to construct a sawmill along the American River, agreeing to operate the mill in return for a portion of the lumber. On January 24, 1848, while checking to see that the tailrace of the mill had been flushed clean of silt and debris, Marshall looked down through the clear water and saw gold.

Ironically, the subsequent gold rush actually harmed the man who had begun it. Marshall was unsuccessful in securing legal or practical recognition of his own claims in the gold fields, and his sawmill quickly failed when all able-bodied men in the area turned all their efforts to the search for gold. Marshall bitterly resented his misfortune, but he was helpless to change a course of events he had himself set in motion. Through the rest of his life, he drifted from place to place in California, eventually settling in a Spartan homesteader's cabin where he raised a small subsistence garden. He died Aug. 10, 1885 in Coloma, El Dorado County, California, USA” James Marshall’s grave can found here

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6649

source: http://www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/people/i_r/marshall.htm

Now back to;

"Platte County Missouri Historical & Genealogical Society Bulletin" Vol. 38 Summer 1985 Number 3

"Started World's Greatest Gold Rush" by George Remsburg

"Miss Missouri Green, who spurned the attentions of James Marshall, eventually married Dr. Frederick Marshall, who was not related to the man who was to become, the discoverer of gold in California. This Doctor Marshall appears to have been somewhat of gold discover himself, however, for he became very wealthy in Platte County. On the other hand, the California gold discoverer died poor.

Doctor Marshall was a New Yorker by birth and came to Platte County with the opening of the Platte Purchase in 1837. He began his medical practice at the old town of Martinville, at the "Falls of the Platte", opposite to Ft. Leavenworth, his office having been a log cabin 10 feet square. He did not realize enough from his practice at first to meet his publications and found it necessary to go out on the prairie and work in the hay fields in order to make up the deficiency. But he became one the most successful and distinguished physicians in Platte County. He was just the opposite in appearance and manners from his rival in love, James Marshall. Paxton, the Platte historian, thus describes him "Handsome in person and cordial in his manners, he won the hearts of every household he entered. A pleasant smile upon his face invited confidence and inspired friendship" Dr. Marshall was treasurer of Platte County for many years. He died in 1861, and later is widow married Judge E. H. Norton, one of Platte County's most distinguished jurists, who became a Supreme Court Judge of Missouri and a member of Congress. William Jewell College conferred on him the degree of L.L.D.

But for the aforementioned disappointment in love, James W. Marshall might have become a permanent resident of Platte County, and the great gold rush in California might have a different origin. His was born at Marshall's corner, New Jersey, October 10, 1810. His father was a man of note in church and state. As a Young man James had a tendency to see visions and this is thought to account for his alleged belief in spiritualism."

Note from Janet as we know from James W Marshall bio is was born 8th of Oct and his father was wagner maker.

"Soon after his death of his father in 30's, he (James) came to Ft Leavenworth intending to take a claim in the newly opened Platte Purchase. He settled in Platte County, and there, between carpenter work, farming and trading, he was fairly prosperous until seized with the ague which was then prevalent in the new country, and which, to use his own words "reduced his to a shadow." Added to this were the pangs of "unrequited love," and driven to discouragement and melancholy, he decided to go to the far west. He drifted to Oregon and from there to California in the 40's. He found employment with CAPTAIN SUTTER at Sutter's Fort. For several months he made plows and spinning wheels and was quite handy about the place. He enlisted in the Bear Flag and also in the Mexican War in 1847, serving through the latter in California. He received his discharge in 1847, and resumed worth for Captain Sutter. Shortly afterward, while superintending the erection of a saw mill at Coloma, he made the discovery that started the entire civilized world and precipitated the greatest gold rush in history. In 1869/70 he made tow lecture tours. "MARSHALL," says one of his biographers, "Had all the distinctive qualities of the frontiersmen, warrior, explorer and discoverer and in some sense, their fragilities as well." He died August 19, 1885 at the age of almost 75 years. A fine monument marks his last resting place at Coloma, among scenes of his California labors and his famous discovery.

Elisha Green, the father of the beautiful girl who unintentionally broke the heart of the future California Argonaut, was stalwart Tennessean who came to Platte County, in 1837. He brought a wigwam from the Pottawatomie Indian, in the river bottom, near Farley and settled there. In 1844, the year of the great flood in the Missouri river, he moved to Platte City and erected what became the town's most famous hostelry-- the Green House, Already mentioned. He was on the most enterprising of Platte County's early citizens, and made many valuable improvements. He was building a fine steam mill at Platte City when overtook by death in 1855. It was never completed. Judge Paxton, in his Annals' says of his: "He was the life to the town-- ever ready with a good story or a practical joke. (I wonder if was family trace, for my Green love practical jokes and good story too) His surviving friends often speak of his hospitality, enterprise and humor." Mrs Green was a Virginian. "She was a large, brisk, independent, and kind-hearted woman." She died in 1875. The daughter, Missouri, who figures so promently in this narrative, is thus spoken of by the Platte historian: " Missouri A. Green, early life was handsome, spirited and independent. She labored effectively in every good cause was ever generous and kind to the poor, and zealous for the Church" Atkinson Globe

Dr. and Mrs Marshall's 1841 Honeymoon Trunks Donated to Museum (the Ben Ferrell Museum in Platte City, Platte County, Missouri)

Celcelia D. Fitch nee Miller and Mary Marshall Pegues nee Miller have donated a small hand tooled leather hat trunk and large had tooled leather steamer trunk to the Ben Ferrel Platte County Museum, that was used by their great-grandparents, Frederick Marshall and his new bride Missouri Green Marshall, on their honeymoon in 1841. Mrs Fitch believes the honeymoon trip was a river cruise up the Mississippi River into Minnesota Territory. The lovely hat box contains a hat and shawl and number of doll clothes. The steamer trunk is empty and has sometimes during the years been lined with old newspapers.

Dr Marshall was native of New York and came to Platte, Mo in 1837. He died in 1861. His widow Missouri Green Marshall later married JUDGE ELIJAH HISE NORTON. She died in 1919 in her nineties.

Missouri and Frederick Marshall children

Missouri b 16 Nov 1844, Platte County, Misssouri

Amos b 9 feb 1848, Platte County, Missouri d aft 1870

Virginia b 28 jan 1854, Platte County, Missouri

Malinda b 1851, Platte County, Missouri

Reubin Franklin b 1821/1825 ;went to Santa Fe in 1849, married a Mexican lady, had several children and d Dec 18,1878. This statement about marry Mexican lady is not true

Reubin Franklin Green Birth: 1825 in , , Alabama Death: 18 Dec 1878 in Santa Fe, , New Mexico

After Rueben death, Mary took her children and move to Pennsylvania. I found them census living in PA. I have census for him New Mexico

Nicholas C. Green Birth: 1831 in Missouri Death: 23 Aug 1896 in , Platte, Missouri married May 30,1854. Matilda Morin/Morris. Nicholas middle name is sometimes listed as R and the C. I census this family

There marriage is recorded as

N. R. GREEN MATILDA MORRIS 30 May 1854 Platte MO

William A b March 21,1835. d Sep 6, 1881,Platte, Missouri married Annie C. Nichol on 19 May 1864. I have this census for this family WILLIAM A. GREEN m'd ANNA C. NICOL 19 May 1864 Platte MO

Fred Green Birth: 5 Jun 1847 in Missouri Death: 5 Jun 1883 in , Platte, Missouri never married but ran the local saloon

GREEN CEMEMTERY: in Platte Co., MO

The sale of public lands according to the provisions of the Act of Congress of April 24,1820, signed by President Polk, was the forerunner of the purchase of a tract of land by ELISHA GREEN., dated May 1.1846. In this sixty acre tract, a cemetery was marked aside for a burial ground which was never to be sold or traded.

Part of the Will of ELISHA GREEN dated March 28, 1854, read as follows:

" It is my will that the piece of ground enclosed with rock for burying ground on my land shall always remain as it is, and be used for a family burying ground. and after my death it is my will and I hereby declare that said enclosed piece of land shall be always reserved from sale and shall not pass by and deed of conveyance made by any or all my heirs or executors or administrators, and all and every such sale shall be null and void. signed ELISHA GREEN.

"Knopf Farm

Elisha Green received a patent from the United States in March 1846 for the Knopf Farm. Then a son Nicholas R Green and his wife e Matilda, sold it to Charles Knopf and Lewis Spinner in January 1865. It seems as though they made separate deeds in 1868 and 1872

In 1896, the estate of Charles Knopf and in 1917 the estate of Sophia Knopf and in Sept Albert Knopf bought it. He died in Dec 1931. That would make it the Knopf name 87 years. Presented by Marie Kisker, 1952(deceased" Found in the book " LOOKING BAQCK IN LEE TOWNSHIP, PLATTE COUNTY, MISSOURI" by Mrs. Leo L Dowling.

The family I found there is as follows:

ABASABA CARTER STOKES-NO DOB,DOD June 18, 1885 age 70 years.

HELEN STOKES: former wife of Elisha Green who gave land for cemetery DOB Oct 2 , 1835 DOD Jan 10, 1894. Elisha had only one wife her name was Melinda/Malinda Green, her maiden was Green too. The person who wrote this book made a mistake. I wonder who she was?

MRS TIP GREEN, wife of Tip Green who was killed by the bushwhackers, married Calvin Stokes. Children of this marriage were J.A. STOKES, JOSEPHINE, DANIEL, SUSAN,WYATT. Note from Janet: She must have died 1894. Her son John was there in after 1880 until 1899. He was said to be there when his mother died.

MRS SUSAN STOKES YATES no DOB< DOD Aug 19,1849 age 73 ( Susan is Hiley Carter Green Stokes and Calvin Stokes daughter)

WILLIAM CANNON DOB:1861, Dod 1948; Wife JOSEPHINE CANNON( maiden name, Jospehine Stokes) DOB 1868 Dod 1947.

JAMES CANNON DOB Apr 6,1828 DOD Mar 26,1909; wife Mary Elizabeth DOB Dec 23, 1854 DOD Jan 24, 1937 age 82 ( daughter of Tip Green and Hiley Carter Green)

John Rapp d 26 Sept 1863, killed at the same time as Isaac Tipton "Tip" Green was. John wife was Sarah Rapp d 11 Nov 1860 age 38 years.

The dates of the births of all the children (at this time) are unknown. From the Marriage Records in Basque Co. TX. Are as follows:

Vol. 1 (Book A-E: 1860-1890)

P 09: J. H. Humpheys wed Sarah Green 16 Jun 1872

P 13. Perry Green wed M. V. Benson 10 Oct 1894,A.N. Green wed Lizzie Teel 1 Feb 1875

P 20 T.G Benson wed F,E, Green unknown day in Sep 1878

P 36 B.F. Green wed Mrs. F. V. Boone 13 Sep 1885

P 44 Z. N. Petrie wed Lizzie B. Green 21 Dec. 1888 W.A. Davis wed Allie C Green 7 Feb 1889

P 46 Homer V. Greene wed Phoeba Winter 1 Jan 1890

P 47 R. L. Hill wed W.C. Green 3 Mar 1890 R. E Green wed M.C. Bibb 1 May 1890

Vol. 1 (Book f: 1891-1896 ) Groom Index

P 06 J.K Green wed Martha b Bankston 16 Jul 1893

J. W. Green wed C Taylor 11 Jan 1894

W. M. Green wed Adilla Ford 9 Mar 1893

Vol. 2 ( Book F: 1891-1896)Bride Index

P 06 Florence Virginia Green wed Wm. McKall Gibson 24 Apr 1895

L.E. Green wed W. K. Aber 22 Mar 1896

I would like to thank Mr. William N Greer for this information from Texas records.

This Green family could be related some where or not but I know Susannah list below is NOT my Susanah Green,

Mrs Susannah Green m'd 1847 to Isaac Peirson. The 1850 Census has her living with him. This mistake here is that Susannah Green should be Susan Green.

I know this not think this my John Green wife Susannah Linebaugh. Susannah was call Susannah or Ann never Susan. In the 1840 Census there was Benjamin Green who could have been Susan Green Husband. By 1847 Susan Green is list on the Tax list alone. My John Green is listed to meaning he was still living.

Children

1 Margaret GREEN b: 1841 in Platte city, Platte Co, Missouri

2 Lucretia F GREEN b: 30 SEP 1842 in Platte, Platte Co, Missouri

3 Joseph GREEN b: 9 MAR 1844 in Platte city, Platte Co, Missouri

4 Benjmina Frank GREEN b: 1845 in Platte city, Platte Co, Missouri

Susannah and Isaac Peirson children

1 Francis PEIRSON b: 1851 in Missouri

2 Hulahah PEIRSON b: 1852 in Missouri

3 Marceitte PEIRSON b: 1854 in Missouri

4 Margaret PEIRSON b: 1857 in Missouri

5 Sarah PEIRSON b: 1859 in Missouri

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