|John Greene (#47431234)|
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|Deborah Jennings||Joseph Clark|
Thank you for the news article about Joseph Clark. I added it to his memorial and also updated his birth & death locations.
|Jenny Disque||Green Family|
My ancestor John Scott married for a second time the widow of Caleb W. Rembert. Her name was Jane Green Hudson Rembert. They married in Bibb County, Ga. Caleb and his sisters moved to Houston County, Ga to start an Asbury community. Do you have any information about her? Sorry to use this website to contact you. I was looking at the burials in St Luke's Cemetery and saw your name.
|Sherry||RE: wife of John Green Jr 1779-1855|
At this moment, I do not know where Mary Hannah Tillman-Green is buried either. She was the 2nd wife of Richard Green, Jr., who was first married to Frances Dunham. Richard and Frances were married for 4 years before her death. I show 7 children all born to Richard and Hannah. Hanna died before Richard, so it is possible she could be in an unmarked grave near him. Mary Hannah 1794-1850 was the daughter of Elisha Tillman (1754-1855) and Ann Green (1755-1825). Ann Green is daughter of William Green (1712-1778) and Jane Thompson (1732-1807). They lived in the Williamsburg area Prince Frederick Winyah Parish. Ann had a brother, Richard Green, Sr.(1757-1827)who married Anna White (1769-1834). Their son is the Richard Green, Jr. discussed here. His second wife, Mary H., and he are 1st cousins. Their common grandparents William and Jane T. Green are buried in Black River Cemetery, along with many other of the family. The location of Mary Hannah's parents graves has not yet been determined; however, I suspect they may be at Longwood. Mary's brother John M. Tillman owned the Ark Plantation (now Surfside) along with other brother Benjamin Alston Tillman. It has recently been determined that Benjamin is buried in an unmarked grave at Prince Creek Cemetry/Longwood Plantation (now Blackmoor Plantation) which was owned by their Great-Uncle John(Jack)Green. His (John) grave does have a marker. Benjamin A. had a son who is buried in an unmarked grave at Longwood. There are two other brothers of Mary Hannah's who died in childhood and are buried at Longwood. Hope this helps.
Added by Sherry on Aug 20, 2015 10:08 PM
|Sherry||wife of John Green Jr 1779-1855|
I have done extensive work on these lines for husband, Samuel J. Singleton. This John Green had a second wife whom gave birth to their many children. The ones named on your list are the children he had with 2nd wife, Mary Hannah Tillman. Her parents were Elisha Tillman and Ann Green. Her brother was John M Tillman, owner of the Ark Plantation. Some of their children and grandchildren are buried at Kingston Pres.(old church yard). The daughter Harriet Tillman Green married Francis Ichabod Sessions, Sr. Their names along with their children's names are on a plaque on a back wall of the church.
If you can, please add his second wife's name.
Added by Sherry on Aug 18, 2015 4:18 PM
|Hal||RE: John Green|
Check out Memorial #73632516. Read the death cert. It might answer your questions.
Added by Hal on Aug 29, 2014 5:00 PM