Express and Standard (Newport, Vermont)
17 Nov 1922, Fri, Page 1
Perkins A Green Buried Here
Funeral services for Perkins A Green was held at the home of his step-son, Frank O Hill, Spring St, Wednesday afternoon… Burial was in the family lot in the East Main Street cemetery. Mr Green was 79 years of age and his death came very suddenly at his late home on Union street, Morrisville, Sunday morning… Perkins A Green was the son of Mr and Mrs Sullivan Green. He was born at Newport, August 27, 1943, his parents then residing at Farrants Point. Several years following they lived at Barnston, P Q and later moved back to Newport. He was twice married, the first wife was Alice A Hill of Zumbrota, Minn. The wedding taking place at Newport, Nov 2, 1863, her death occurred Aug 1, 1913. His second marriage was eight years ago to Mrs Keziah Paul of Morrisville, where he has since resided, her death having occurred last January.
Prior to his second marriage he had been a resident of Newport being a successful farmer. About fourteen years ago he retired from active live and moved to 49 Bay St where he resided six year.
The only near relatives to mount his death are two daughters, Mrs Claude Patton of Tomifobia, P Q, Mrs Etta Heath of Manchester N H, and son Frank O Hill of Newport…
11 VT INF
There are 42 known Civil War-related burials at East Main Street Cemetery.
Listed in the Vermont CemeteryDatabase, Census for East Main Street Cemetery, Newport, VT
Records are found for him on fold3.com.
He was rank of Private.
Civil War Widows Pensions filing shows that
Perkins Green and Alice Hill married Nov 2, 1865,
He has two filing dates, one for Invalid, and one for Widow.
Age: 19, credited to Newport, VT
Unit(s): 11th VT INF
Service: enl 5/12/63, m/i 6/27/63, Pvt, Co. L, 11th VT INF, dsrtd 8/2/63
Note: The 11th Vermont Infantry was also known as the 1st Vermont Heavy Artillery; the names were used interchangably for most of its career
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