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Clarence V. Green
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Birth: Jan. 3, 1883
Kansas, USA
Death: Jan. 30, 1943
Kansas City
Jackson County
Missouri, USA

Clarence was born somewhere in Kansas the son of Arthur H. Green and Serilda Scott Green. He had 5 siblings. At least 3 of these preceeded him in death. His sister Pearl I know not what happened with her. If she died before or after he did.
Clarence died at home (3041 Flora) KC. MO. of pulmonary cou???? cannot make out death cert. writing. chronic nyp???and pnumonia-lobar. Cert. indicated he had been ill for a week.
His father operated a saloon in the early 1900's. Eventually he worked as bartender in that saloon. Later he went to work as a sheet metal helper and finally became a sheet metal worker.
He, along with his family can be found in Carbondale, Osage County, Kanas state census of Mar. 1885. Sometime during that time frame to the 1900 census when the family moved to KC. MO. and will be found in the 1900 census on McGee Street.
Here he met the love of his life. Nora A. Young. She was living in the same apartment bldg. his family was in. Her sister Minnie Lee Young was head of household and worked as a shirt maker (garment factory).
He and wife Nora are buried side by side in the Memorial Park Cem. at 8251 Hillcrest Rd. KC. MO.
 
 
Burial:
Memorial Park Cemetery
Kansas City
Jackson County
Missouri, USA
Plot: Section 8 Lot 48 space 4
 
Created by: Judy Young
Record added: May 28, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27158243
Clarence V. Green
Added by: Jack Anthony
 
Clarence V. Green
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Added by: Bob Macoubrie
 
 
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This is one of the most beaufiful and serene cemeteries I have ever visited. There was no marker for Clarence's wife Nora although plots on either side of him could be her as they are both unmarked.
- Jack Anthony
 Added: May. 31, 2008
Taken so young from life, and hoped you was waiting for Nora when she got there. And you now walk and live in the garden of peace.
- Judy Young
 Added: May. 28, 2008
 
 
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