Here the Green(e) families from the book listed below.
Descendants of Joseph Greene This book contains the genealogy of the Greene family who left England and settled in Rhode Island. Bibliographic Information: Greene, Principal Frank L., "Descendants of Joseph Greene" Joel Munsell's Sons. Albany, NY. 1894, pp 454-462.
EBENEZER GREEN was born about 1730-5, probably in Sussex Co., N. J.; lived there until about 1775, then removed with his family to Muncy, Northumberland (now Lycoming) Co., Pa. He may have been a son of Isaac and grandson of William, who settled in Ewing, near Trenton, in 1685. Family names, however, suggest relationship with the descendants of Thomas Green, of Malden, Mass., who settled in Hanover, N. J. After removing to Muncy, he enlisted as a soldier in company with his sons Ebenezer Jr., Joseph, and probably also Benjamin.
I. Benjamin, b. June 11, 1756; killed by the Indians during the Revolution.
II. Hannah, b. Apr. 13, 1758.
III. Ebenezer Jr., b. Sept. 23, 1760; member of a company of rangers commanded by Capt. Thos. Robinson, in the regiment of Col. Hunter. He was killed by Tories and Indians Apr. 16, 1782.
IV. Ezra, b. Oct. 16, 1762.
V. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 29, 1765.
VI. Joseph, b. Feb. 26, 1767.
VII. Samuel, b. March 9, 1769.
VIII. Rachel, b. Apr. 26, 1770.
IX. Sarah, b. May 30, 1772.
X. Anna, b. (???); d. near Chemung, N. Y., ‘t. about 80 yrs.; unm.
Joseph Green (of Ebenezer), b. in Sussex Co., N. J., Feb.26, 1767; d. in Madison, Lake Co., Ohio, in 1852; m. (1) in 1786, Rebecca (???), who d. 1795; (2) in Chemung, N. Y., 1797 Lucy Miller, who d. 1811; (3) (???). He volunteered in Muncy, Pa., Aug., 1779, at the age of 12 yrs., under Capt. Brady. In May, 1782, he re-enlisted for the war in the rangers of Capt. Thos. Robinson, the same company to which his brother Ebenezer Jr. killed the previous month, had belonged; was engaged in garrison duty at Forts Minegan and Borlier, and with occasional scouting parties till hostilities ceased. He was the youngest soldier of the war. June 2, 1788, he removed to Chemung, N. Y., and May 30, 1817, settled in Madison, Lake Co., Ohio. He was a man of large physique and of marked ability.
Children by (1):
I. Benjamin, b. March 16, 1787; married
young and removed to Va. Nothing more known of him.
II. Susanna, b. May 13, 1793; prob. d. young.
III. David, b. May 13, 1793; m. and settled in Ohio, whence he removed later to Ill. By (2):
IV. Keziah, b. Nov. 26, 1798; m. a Kingsbury, and had sons and dau.
V. Hannah, b. March 18, 1800; m. Elijah Owen; lived and died in Steuben Co., Ind., leaving sons and dau.
VI. Ebenezer, b. Sept. 25, 1801; settled near Columbus, O., and left a family.
VII. Jesse Miller, b. Oct. 23, 1803.
VIII. William, b. Oct., 1807; d. in Geauga Co., O., ‘t. about 60, leaving one dau.
IX. Amos, b. Oct. 15, 1809; m. Sarah Lockwood, settled in Eaton Co., Mich., and left the following children:
c. Philip L., a successful physician at Vermontville, Mich.
f. Abbie.Jesse Miller Green (of Joseph, of Ebenezer), b. in Chemung, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1803; m. in 1827 Zilpha Lovell, b. 1809, Plainfield, Mass. They lived and died at Madison, Lake Co., O. Children:
The following extracts from the records of Preston, Conn., may be of interest.
John Green's children: (There is nothing to show who John Green was or where he came from.)
David Green and Molly Withy (or Wethy) married Oct. 7, 1751 (?) (probably 1761; see his birth above and children below).
Beriah Jr., b. March 24, 1795, in Preston, Conn. (This is the Beriah Green referred to in Hollister's History of Pawlet, Vt., he having settled there in 1810.) Beriah Sen. was born in Norwich, Conn., Nov. 22, 1774; m. in Preston, Conn., Dec. 31, 1793, to Elizabeth Smith, b. in Preston March 3, 1771, dau. of Jonathan (b. Jan. 24, 1746) and Hannah (Witter) (b. May 26, 1750). He removed from Pawlet to Twinsburg, O., about 1830, and died there Jan. 21, 1867. She d. there March 27, 1846. Beriah Sen. had a brother, Russell, who died in Rochester, N. Y., June 9, 1861.
Children of Beriah and Elizabeth:
Rev. Beriah Green, Jr., graduated from Middlebury College, Vt., in 1819, and afterward attended the Andover Theological Seminary. He m. (1) Jan. 21, 1821, Marcia Deming, of Middlebury, who d. March 31, 1826; m. (2) Aug. 30, 1826, Daraxa Foote, of Middlebury. He was pastor at Brandon, Vt., and Kennebunk, Me.; held the chair of Sacred Literature in the Theo. Sem. of Western Reserve Col., Hudson, O., and in 1833 became President of Oneida Institute, Whitesboro, N. Y. He d. at Whitesboro May 4, 1874. Children by (1):
I. Samuel W., b. May 9, 1822; m. Cornelia S. Wilcox, dau. of Reuben, of Whitesboro, and has resided in Brooklyn, N. Y., for many years. Has a large family.
II. Ann Parker, b. Jan. 18, 1824; m. Stanley P. Hough, and d. in Whitesboro June 22, 1844.
III. Marcia Deming, b. June 21, 1827; m. J. Deloss Underwood.
IV. Eliza Merrill, b. Mar. 10, 1829.
V. Jonathan Smith, b. Apr. 2, 1831; m. Emily B. Hunt.
VI. Mary Clark, b. Feb. 23, 1833; m. John Seward Wright.
VII. Charles Stuart, b. Aug. 25, 1835; m. Celina A. Church.
VIII. Ruth Ann, b. Oct. 29, 1837; m. David Williams.
IX. Clara Foote, b. May 8, 1843; m. Wm. J. Weeks.
Children by (1):
I. Joseph Porter.
II. Mary E.
III. Frank, now in business in Providence.
IV. Laura, living in Sandwich Islands.
Joseph Greene and Jane Loveless were married in Preston,
Conn., Sept. 19, 1750. (This is the Joseph whose birth is recorded in Voluntown.
See below.) Children:
I. Mary, b. May 11, 1752.
II. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 30, 1754.
III. Keziah, b. Nov. 7, 1757.
(From records of Voluntown, Conn.)
Children of William and Elizabeth Green:
b. July 16, 1729 (in Preston).
II. William, Jr., b. Sept. 23, 1732.
III. Benjamin, b. March 15, 1735.
John Green and Mehitabel Tuckerman were married March 18, 1784, by Micaiah Foster. Their children:
b. Dec. 17, 1784.
II. Jonathan, b. Nov. 4, 1786.
III. Mary, b. Aug. 10, 1789.
The following two families are continued from p. 16. The Samuel and Jonathan here given were sons of Josiah.4 Samuel moved from Westerly, R. I., to Voluntown, Conn., between 1782 and 1785. Jonathan lived in Westerly, and seems not to have removed to Stephentown, N. Y., as stated on p. 16, certainly not till after the birth of his children.