Begin New Search
Refine Last Search
Cemetery Lookup
Add Burial Records
Help with Find A Grave

Find all Greens in:
 • Lonesome Hill Cemetery
 • Phillipsburg
 • Laclede County
 • Missouri
 • Find A Grave

Top Contributors
Success Stories
Community Forums
Find A Grave Store

Log In
Sponsor This Memorial!
James Woodirt Green
Learn about removing the ads from this memorial...
Birth: Nov. 13, 1886
Death: May 19, 1958

James was born Nov. 13, 1886 and died May 19, 1958. He married Emmer Ellen Patton on Dec. 24, 1910. He is survived by his wife Emmer of the home, two sons, Lowelland Paul Green both of the state of Oklahoma; five grandchildren; three brothers, Russell Green of Tekamah, Nebraska; Geroge Green of Lebanon, Missouri; Fred Green of Kansas City; and five sisters, Mrs. Julia Griffin and Mrs. Dora Dodge both of Lebanon, Missouri, Mrs. Susie Ackerman of Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Mrs. Bessie Beck of Omaha, Nebraska. 
Family links: 
  Henry Forrest Green (1860 - 1934)
  Harriet Curlinda Lopeman Green (1860 - 1926)
  Emmer Ellen Patton Green (1892 - 1989)
  Lowell E Green (1911 - 1992)*
  Kenneth Green (1914 - 1936)*
  James Elwin Green (1916 - 1938)*
  Paul Eugene Green (1919 - 1997)*
  Julia Mae Green Griffin (1882 - 1975)*
  John Wilber Green (1884 - 1955)*
  Susan Olive Green Mills (1885 - 1969)*
  James Woodirt Green (1886 - 1958)
  Henry Kellard Green (1888 - 1913)*
  Dora A. Green Dodge (1895 - 1979)*
  Margaret Ackerman (1897 - 1985)*
  George McKinley Green (1902 - 1964)*
*Calculated relationship
Lonesome Hill Cemetery
Laclede County
Missouri, USA
Created by: Doris Mace Moore
Record added: Nov 12, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44257244
James Woodirt Green
Added by: Doris Mace Moore
James Woodirt Green
Added by: Doris Mace Moore
James Woodirt Green
Added by: Cindy Underwood
There is 1 more photo not showing...
Click here to view all images...
Photos may be scaled.
Click on image for full size.

- Mary Lambert
 Added: Feb. 9, 2011

- Doris Mace Moore
 Added: Nov. 12, 2009

Privacy Statement and Terms of Service