|Birth: ||Feb. 7, 1839|
|Death: ||Sep. 29, 1840, At Sea|
Mary died aboard the sailing vessel, North America, departed from Liverpool Port, England, en route to the port of New York.
She was an infant daughter of Mary and Thomas Green of Manchester.
Diary of William Clayton:
"Tuesday 29th. [September] This a.m. we have a perfect calm. The captain and some of the cabin passengers have been swimming and afterwards took a short voyage in a small boat. The weather is extremely hot today. Almost too much for us to bear. Brother Samuel Bateman caught a young shark during the calm near a yard long. The infant child [Mary] belonging to Brother and Sister [Thomas and Mary] Green of Manchester died this evening and was buried in the deep."
Source: Clayton, William. Manchester Mormons: The Journal of William Clayton 1840 to 1842.
Thomas Green (1802 - 1874)
Mary Ann Gibson Green (1805 - 1850)
Mary Green (1839 - 1840)
Hannah Green (1852 - 1853)**
Mahonri Moriancumer Green (1854 - 1880)**
Jared Green (1856 - 1920)**
Sarah Green Harris (1862 - 1932)**
Body buried at sea
Specifically: Atlantic Ocean
Created by: history4sure
Record added: Sep 03, 2013
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