|Birth: ||Mar. 12, 1811|
|Death: ||Feb. 8, 1896|
Obit. Sandusky Register Feb. 1896. She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clark Diggins of Perkins, Sat. afternoon Feb. 1, 1896 age 84 yrs. She was one of the oldest residents of the county coming from Connecticut when she was four yrs. old.
!Obituary Feb 12, 1846,
life and in declining yrs was a hope and comfort to her. Her life passed away quietly and peacefully at 12:45 pm on Saturday last. Many years of her family of little children were spent at her old home with her aged and widowed mother. For the past fifteen years she has been most kindly and lovingly cared for at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Diggins in this vicininity. Mother Greene was one of those of whom it may be said: "It were well if there were more like her." A loyal member of the church of her early adoption, a Christian wife and mother , a friend in whom there was no variableness nor shadow of turning. She possessed the spirt of charity in its broadest sense, not giving to criticism, but ever ready with kindly act and deed to assist both friend and stranger in the hour of affliction. A loveable character in that she was a dutiful daughter, a good wife and mother. a Christian through and through and sincere for three fourths of a century.
She has gone from us leaving a reflection of a life of loyalty and devotion to church, family and principle worthy of emulation. To her children she has left a blessed legacy, memory . Rest mother, until the immortal dawn.
Jesse Taylor (1783 - 1852)
Julia House Taylor (1786 - 1867)
John Greene (1805 - 1848)
Jesse Taylor Greene (1836 - 1894)*
John Fletcher Greene (1844 - 1903)*
Created by: Linda Greene
Record added: Oct 01, 2012
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