|Birth: ||Apr. 28, 1851|
|Death: ||Apr. 11, 1924|
The Green family tree has many branches, beginning with William Given of "Green's Norton" in Northampton County, England. William Green married Eleanor Duff of the Scottish clan of Mac Duff. He was an important man, being an officer in the bodyguard of William, Prince of Orange. Catherine Parr, sixth wife of Henry VIII, was of the Duff family line.
One of their sons, Robert Green was the first Green family immigrant arriving with his uncle Sir William Duff in King George County about 1710. Robert soon left his uncle and found his way up the Rappahannock River where he built the first home of the Greens in Culpeper County and called it "Liberty Hall." He was a member of the House of Burgesses and one of the first vestrymen of St. Mark's Parish. Robert Green had married Eleanor Dunn of Scotland in his youth. Robert was James Jett's 3rd Great Grandfather.
James Jett Green was born in 1851 at "The Shade" in Rappahannock County, built in 1780 by his grandfather, Charles Green, who had retired back to his first home, "Bleak House," giving the newer home to his son and father of James Jett.
His parents were James William Green (1830-1878) of Rappahannock County, Virginia and Mary Francis Jett (1831-1895) of Culpeper, Virginia.
One account from "My Rappahannock Story Book" states that "James Jett went West."
Georgetta Elaine George Green (1861 - 1932)*
James Sidney Green (1875 - 1947)*
Fannie Julia Green VanTreese (1877 - 1918)*
Lottie Nannie Green (1880 - 1897)*
Nellie Jett Green Baugh (1882 - 1971)*
James William Green (1884 - 1971)*
Charles Edward Green (1886 - 1976)*
Myrtle Georgia Green Cross (1889 - 1959)*
Arthur Ashby Green (1891 - 1957)*
Cecil Calvert Green (1894 - 1974)*
Grace Green (1896 - ____)*
Lester Lane Green (1899 - 1952)*
Note: Memorial maintained by Amy Smith until 6/29/09."
City of Lubbock Cemetery
Plot: Block 15
Maintained by: William Green
Originally Created by: David Sifford
Record added: Sep 12, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7863772