I'm guessing you probably aren't related unless a cousin X times removed.
The Greens in that generation didn't start until 1855: Alice Juliette (1855-1906) Willard Perry (1856-1934) (My husband's gr-grandfather) Horace E. (1859-1860) Elmer B. (1862-1940) Luther W. (1869-1887)
Their parents were Gerothman Green (1824-1901) and Maria Brokenshaw (1832-1902).
RE: Samuel Arnet Shields (1877-1954) obituary You're so welcome, Rodger. I like to include them when available as they can provide so much information when someone is trying to confirm that's the person from their family tree. And when their daughters get married, it helps provide their married name to trace their paths.
I was fortunate to marry into the Green family. :-) My husband's father is Donald Sanford Green (1922-2015). I have a virtual cemetery for the Greens if you'd like to check to see if there are any matches to your tree. There are also Sorensens (his mom's side) in there. The oldest great uncle, Glenn William Green (no F-A-G memorial) was born 5/8/1886 in Springfield, MI, and died 4/2/1961 in Los Angeles, CA. After that, the children were born in Manhattan, KS, and Shawnee, OK.
RE: Edward Ferdinand Kallgren (50591015) Thank you. I'm following similar spellings as the spelling of his name might have changed once he came to the U.S. A man named Edward Kallgren lived with Andrew's son Nels Kullgren and his wife in Denver for a while.
RE: Edward Ferdinand Kallgren (50591015) Wow, very nice! Thank you so much for posting it, and the photo, which is wonderful. I'm tracing my Kullgren roots in Sweden on ancestry.com and am trying to figure out where my great-grandfather Andrew (Anders) Kullgren came from. All we have is his birth date (sometime in Aug 1851), nothing else. He emigrated and married in Colorado. Have you traced the Kallgren/Kullgren family back farther than Anton? My email address is email@example.com.
RE: Edward Ferdinand Kallgren (50591015) Thank you, Rodger. If you have his mother's information I would appreciate it as I don't have the Swedish paid subscription. Or perhaps there is another way to find it.