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Persevill Green of Cambridge Massachusetts and Some of his Descendants

  Last Updated 13 November, 2004

Generation No. 1

      @1.  Persevill1 Green died 25 December 1639 in Cambridge Massachusetts1.  He married Ellen --- Bef. 1635 in Cambridge Massachusetts2.  She was born about 16003, and died 27 May 1682 in Cambridge Massachusetts3.

Notes for Persevill Green:

Percival Green and his wife were passengers on the "Susan and Ellen" that sailed from London in the spring of 1635.  He was of Cambridge in 1636.  He owned a house on the north side of the Cambridge Common.

Children of Persevill Green and Ellen --- are:

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Jonathan2 Green, born June 1636 in Cambridge Massachusetts; died 03 March 1690/91 in Cambridge Massachusetts.

 

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Elisabeth Greene, born April 1639 in Cambridge Massachusetts6; died 14 February 1713/147.  She married John Hall 02 April 1656 in Medford Massachusetts8; born about 16278; died about 17018.

 

Generation No. 2

      @2.  Jonathan2 Green (Persevill1) was born June 1636 in Cambridge Massachusetts9, and died 03 March 1690/91 in Cambridge Massachusetts10.  He married Ruth Michelson 20 October 1656 in Cambridge Massachusetts11,12, daughter of Edward Michelson and Ruth ---.  She was born 09 November 1638 in Cambridge Massachusetts13.

More About Jonathan Green:

Name 2: John Green14

Children of Jonathan Green and Ruth Michelson are:

 

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Mary3 Greene.

Notes for Mary Greene:

Mary is mentioned in her brother Edward's will

 

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Jonathan Greene, born 24 July 1657 in Cambridge Massachusetts17.  He married Mary Bradish 22 November 1684 in Cambridge Massachusetts18.

Notes for Jonathan Greene:

Jonothan was named in his brother Edward's will.   He had the estate of Edward Mitchelson conveyed to him in 1693.

Samuel Green, in his genealogy of Percivall and Ellen Green,  indicates that there was a Jonothan born probably in 1671, and that this individual was named John.  The Vital Records of Cambridge confirm that this individual is listed as "Jno", and shows no record of a birth in 1671 to John and Ruth.

More About Jonathan Greene:

Occupation: Housewright

 

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Nathaniel Greene, born 25 September 1658 in Cambridge Massachusetts19.

 

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Percivall Green, born 29 March 1660 in Cambridge Massachusetts19; died 10 July 1684 in Cambridge Massachusetts20.

 

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Ruth Greene, born 25 November 1661 in Cambridge Massachusetts21; died Bef. 170422.  She married Zechariah Hicks 18 November 1685 in Cambridge Massachusetts23; born about 165724.

 

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Samuel Greene, born 04 May 1663 in Cambridge Massachusetts26; died Aft. 23 July 169227.  He married Elizabeth Sill 18 November 1685 in Cambridge Massachusetts28; born about 166828.

 

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Elizabeth Greene, born 22 April 1665 in Cambridge Massachusetts29.  She married Thomas Johnson 08 January 1682/83 in Cambridge Massachusetts30.

 

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Edward Greene, born 15 April 1667 in Cambridge Massachusetts31; died about 169631.

More About Edward Greene:

Date born 2: 15 April 1665, Cambridge Massachusetts32

Occupation: Shipmaster33

 

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Thomas Greene, born 07 May 1669 in Cambridge Massachusetts34.

 

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Bethia Green, born 20 January 1672/73 in Cambridge Massachusetts35; died 12 April 1708 in Cambridge Massachusetts36.  She married Joseph Hickes about 1693 in Cambridge Massachusetts37; born about 166237; died about 174637.

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Rev. Joseph Green, born 24 October 1674 in Cambridge Massachusetts; died 26 November 1715 in Salem Massachusetts.

 

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Benjamin Green, born 13 August 1677 in Cambridge Massachusetts38.  He married Elizabeth Lobdill 08 June 1699 in Cambridge Massachusetts39.

 

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Mitchelson Green, born 14 March 1680/81 in Cambridge Massachusetts40; died 21 October 1681 in Cambridge Massachusetts41.

 

Generation No. 3

      @14.  Rev. Joseph3 Green (Jonathan2, Persevill1) was born 24 October 1674 in Cambridge Massachusetts42, and died 26 November 1715 in Salem Massachusetts43.  He married Elizabeth Gerrish 16 March 1698/99 in Wenham, Massachusetts44, daughter of Joseph Gerrish and Anna Waldron.  She was born 18 December 1673 in Wenham Massachusetts45, and died 22 March 1746/47 in Medford Massachusetts46.

Notes for Rev. Joseph Green:

This is the Joseph Green born in Cambridge, son of Jonathan and Ruth Green, on 24 Oct 1674.  In his diary, he often mentions his links to that town.

Rev. Green was ordained as the minister of the Church at Salem Village, now Danvers Massachusetts on 10 November, 1698.  He was instrumental in reversing the judgements of the earlier Salem Village congregation towards the accused witches. 

He graduated from Cambridge College in 1695.  He is buried at the Wadsworth Burial Ground in Danvers.

Samuel Green indicates in his work that Joseph was born in 1675.  The Cambridge Vital Records contains the correct date47

More About Elizabeth Gerrish:

More About Joseph Green and Elizabeth Gerrish:

Intention: 18 February 1698/99, Wenham, Massachusetts

Children of Joseph Green and Elizabeth Gerrish are:

 

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Anna4 Green49, born 27 November 1699 in Salem Massachusetts50; died 08 August 172551.

 

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Infant Green52, born 11 January 1699/00 in Salem Massachusetts53; died 11 January 1699/00 in Salem Massachusetts.

 

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John Green, born 22 December 1701 in Salem Massachusetts54; died Bet. 1740 - 1749 in Batavia55.

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Rev. Joseph Green, born 12 December 1703 in Salem Massachusetts; died 01 July 1765 in Boston Massachusetts.

 

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Edward Green56, born 01 December 1705 in Salem Massachusetts57; died 02 October 172158.

 

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Elizabeth Green59, born 08 May 1708 in Salem Massachusetts60; died 23 July 173261.

 

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William Green, born 11 August 1710 in Salem Massachusetts62; died 24 March 1739/4063.

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Hon. Benjamin Green, born 30 June 1713 in Salem Massachusetts; died 14 October 1772 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

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Ruth Green, born 23 April 1716 in Salem Massachusetts64; died 24 August 1716 in Salem Massachusetts65.

 

Generation No. 4

      20.  Rev. Joseph4 Green (Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1) was born 12 December 1703 in Salem Massachusetts66, and died 01 July 1765 in Boston Massachusetts67.  He married Anna Peirce 28 December 172767, daughter of Joseph Peirce and Elizabeth Hall.  She was born 10 September 1702 in Portsmouth New Hampshire68, and died 28 December 1770 in Boston Massachusetts69.

Notes for Rev. Joseph Green:

Joseph was a successful Boston merchant where he owned a large estate.  In 1740 he was one of a three grantees of a tract of land in Franklin County Massachusetts, afterwards known as the "Green and Walker Grant".  He was named magistrate in 1756 and in 176170.

There is a portrait by Copley of Joseph Green extant somewhere.  In 1897 it was in the possession of Dr. Joshua Green of Groton Massachusetts.

More About Anna Peirce:

Children of Joseph Green and Anna Peirce are:

 

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Anna5 Green, born 04 October 172872; died about 1814 in Medford Massachusetts72.  She married Joshua Winslow 03 January 175872; born in Marshfield Massachusetts.

 

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Joseph Green, born 07 February 1729/3073; died 22 October 1774 in Paramaribo, Surinam73.

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Joshua Green, born 17 May 1731; died 25 July 1806 in Wendell Massachusetts.

 

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Elizabeth Green, born 17 July 173273; died 19 September 173373.

 

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Edward Green, born 18 September 173373; died 29 July 179073.  He married Mary Storer 14 April 175773.

 

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Elizabeth Green, born 12 October 173473; died 08 December 177473.  She married Ebenezer Storer 11 July 175173.

 

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Charles Green, born 30 November 173573; died 15 April 175274.

 

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Henry Green, born 02 June 173875; died in Halifax Nova Scotia75.

Notes for Henry Green:

Henry died of frozen feet.

 

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Mitchelson Green, born 19 March 1740/4175; died 20 May 174175.

 

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George Green, born 13 October 174275; died in England76.  He married Catherine Aspinwall 176977; born in Brookline Massachusetts.

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Susanna Green, born 26 July 1744 in Boston Massachusetts; died 10 November 1775 in Boston Massachusetts.

 

      @24.  Hon. Benjamin4 Green (Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1) was born 30 June 1713 in Salem Massachusetts78, and died 14 October 1772 in Halifax, Nova Scotia79.  He married Margaret Pierce 24 November 1737 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire80, daughter of Joseph Pierce and Elizabeth Hall.  She was born 25 June 1714 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire80, and died 1779 in Halifax Nova Scotia81.

Notes for Hon. Benjamin Green:

Note:  The compiler gratefully acknowledges the following information from an article by Donald F. Chard, published in the "Dictionary of Canadian Biography", Volume 4 pp 312-313.

"Hon Benjamin Green was born and raised in Salem Village Massachusetts.  He was a merchant in Boston for a time, in partnership with his brothers Joseph and John.  Diring his time in Boston he was twice elected Constable.   On 1 March 1745 hewas appointed Secretary to William Pepperel, Commander of the expedition being launched against the French at Fortress Louisbourg (in what is now Cape Bretton Nova Scotia).  After the surrender of the forttress, he assumed the additional role of Treasurer of New England Forces. In 1746 he assumed the title of Commisary.  That his services were appreciated is evident from the following letter written by Pepperel to Governor Shirley of Massachusetts. "Mr. Green, whom you were pleased to appoint Secretary in this expedition, it would be a pleasure to me if you would be pleased to mention him at home to be continued Secretary, if his majesty should be pleased to make this place a Government."

"After the restoration of Louisburg to the French, Green and his family removed to Halifax. July 12, 1749, Col. Mascarene, the late President of the Council, arrived at Halifax, or Chebucto as it was then called.. The next day Edward Cornwallis took the oath of the office of office as the first Governor of the Province of Nova Scotia and on the 14th he appointed aGovernor's  Council consisting of five men, one of whom was Benjamin Green. A few months after he was appointed Treasurer, and soon after that, Naval Officer for the Town of Halifax and Judge of the Vice Admiralty Court.  Governor Cornwallis commended his method and propriety, and said Green was the only person he had for business.  As we shall see,  Green' talent for business would eventually contribute to his downfall.  

"In 1752 he resigned his position as Secretary declaring that it was a full time position that required more time than he could spare with his other duties.   The following year, he resigned his position as Judge for the Vice Admiralty Court because of an apparent conflict of interest with his position as Naval Officer.  He chose to maintain the latter office because of his ned for its "certain income"  In 1758, as Senior Councillor,  he unsuccessfully contested with Chief Justice Jonathan Belcher the right to administer the government of the province in the abscence of the governor and lieutenant-governor.   In 1760 he was appointed Justice of the Peace in Halifax.

"Late in 1760, Hon. Benjamin Green went to England to assist in the review of unaudited accounts of former governor Perregrine Thomas Hopson.  The London Board of Trade asked him to explain charges of misconduct made by Robert Sanderson, first Speaker of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, that Green had given contracts in return for a share of the profits.  Green admitted to this, but denied ever having misused his office as Council member.  The board found Green "Highly blamable" but only reprimanded him due to his outstanding career record.  He continued in his offices when he returned to Halifax in 1763. 

"In 1761 Green mortgaged much of his holdings in Nova Scotia, including four large warehouses, to two London merchants for six thousand pounds.   In 1762 he experienced financial difficulties partly because the authorities in London refused to reimburse him his expenses until the Treasury had approved the auditor's report of Hopson's accounts.  He satisfied the claims against him in November 1765, though the exact nature of the settlement is unclear.  However, at least some of Green's land in Nova Scotia was surrendered as part of the settlement.

"In 1764, upon the reduction of his salary as Provincial Treasurer, Green expressed doubt that the income from his offices would be sufficient to support his family.  Nevertheless, he remained on the Council and in 1766, on the death of Governor Montague Wilmot, he became the Administrator for Nova Scotia until the next Governor, Michael Francklin, received his Royal commission as Lieutenant Governor.  Durng this three month period, the Assembly attacked Green for failing to follow proper procedures in handling the Province's finances. 

"In December 1767 Benjamin Green wrote his will, admitting himself  "something infirm".  Two months later he resigned as provncial treasurer, but in October 1771 he again assumed administration of the province again on the departure of Governor Lord William Campbell. His illness made his duties difficult and in March 1772 he asked to resign his post as Naval Officer because his health was "very much impair'd".  In June, Francklin reported that Green was too unwell to transact business and might never again attend Council meetings.  He died four months later.

"In 1775, the Council initiated an audit of Green's accounts.  Green's son Benjamin, who had succeeded him as Treasurer, placed many obsticles in the way of the auditors.  After initially denying ever seeing any of his father's records, he eventually admitted that he had "worked hard for two days on his father's records with Francklin's assistance and direction".   The auditors finaly reconstructed the missing records and, though providing Green the benefit of the doubt wherever they could, still found his accounts deficcient by some seven thousand Pounds."

Hon. Benjamin Green was one of the original trustees of St Paul's Church in Halifax, before its incorporation in 1759. He was a Church Warden in 176984.

More About Hon. Benjamin Green:

Burial: St Paul's Church Halifax Nova Scotia

More About Margaret Pierce:

Children of Benjamin Green and Margaret Pierce are:

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Charlotte5 Green, born Bet. 1743 - 1749 in Boston Massachusetts; died 13 May 1782 in Halifax Nova Scotia.

 

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Margaretta Green, born 1738 in Boston Massachusetts85; died 04 December 1769 in Halifax Nova Scotia86.  She married John Newton 18 October 1759 in Halifax, Nova Scotia87; born 1725; died 22 August 1811 in Halifax Nova Scotia88.

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Benjamin Green, born 01 January 1738/39 in Boston Massachusetts; died 02 December 1793 in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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Francis Green, born 21 August 1742 in Boston Massachusetts; died 21 April 1809 in Medford Massachusetts.

 

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Edward Cornwallis Green90, born 1751 in Halifax, Nova Scotia91; buried 08 October 1760 at St. Paulís Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia91.

 

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Charles Green, born Aft. 1751 in Halifax Nova Scotia92.

 

 

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Edward Mitchelson Green, born Aft. 1752.

 

 

Generation No. 5

      28.  Joshua5 Green (Joseph4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1) was born 17 May 173193, and died 25 July 1806 in Wendell Massachusetts93.  He married Hannah Storer 07 October 176293.  She was born 22 May 173993, and died 02 September 1811 in Wendell Massachusetts93.

Child of Joshua Green and Hannah Storer is:

 

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Joshua6 Green, born 05 October 176493; died 16 June 184793.  He married (1) Mary Mosley 28 September 179193; born 25 March 1768 in Westfield Massachusetts93; died 04 December 1821.  He married (2) Nancy Mosley 17 August 182593; born 22 April 177993.

 

      36.  Susanna5 Green (Joseph4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1)94 was born 26 July 1744 in Boston Massachusetts, and died 10 November 1775 in Boston Massachusetts.  She married Francis Green95 18 October 1769 in Boston Massachusetts96, son of Benjamin Green and Margaret Peirce.  He was born 21 August 1742 in Boston Massachusetts96, and died 21 April 1809 in Medford Massachusetts97.

More About Francis Green:

Children of Susanna Green and Francis Green are:

 

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Francis6 Green, born 16 November 1770 in Boston Massachusetts.

 

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Charles Green, born 14 December 1771 in Boston Massachusetts; drowned 29 August 1787 in Cole Harbor Nova Scotia.

More About Charles Green:

Medical Information: Born deaf, recovered his speach at school in Edinburgh.

 

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Susanna Green99, born 29 December 1772 in Boston Massachusetts; died 18 March 1802 in Halifax, Nova Scotia100.  She married Stephen Hall Binney101 1794 in Halifax, Nova Scotia101.

 

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Francis Erasmus Green, born 13 October 1774 in Boston Massachusetts; died 27 February 1778 in New York New York.

 

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George Green, born 02 November 1775 in Boston Massachusetts; died 08 November 1775 in Boston Massachusetts.

 

      37.  Charlotte5 Green (Benjamin4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1)102 was born Bet. 1743 - 1749 in Boston Massachusetts103, and died 13 May 1782 in Halifax Nova Scotia104.  She married Henry Newton105.  He was born 1731, and died 29 January 1802 in Halifax Nova Scotia106.

Notes for Henry Newton:

Henry Newton was a prominent member of the British administration of Halifax.  He was Churchwarden of St Paul's Church in 1762 abd 1773,  He was a member of the first assembly of the Province in 1758.  In 1761 he was appointed a member of the Council.  In 1776 he was appointed Collector of Customs.  His second wife, Anne, was a daughter of painter Gilbert Charles Stuart.

Child of Charlotte Green and Henry Newton is:

 

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William Henry6 Newton, born 1762 in Halifax Nova Scotia107.

 

      @39.  Benjamin5 Green (Benjamin4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1)108 was born 01 January 1738/39 in Boston Massachusetts, and died 02 December 1793 in Halifax, Nova Scotia109.  He married Susanna Wenman110 12 September 1769 in Halifax, Nova Scotia111, daughter of Richard Wenman and Ann Scroope.  She was born about 1753 in Halifax Nova Scotia, and died 12 April 1841 in Lawrencetown Nova Scotia112.

Notes for Benjamin Green:

Benjamin succeeded his father as Treasurer of the Province.  He was one of the original 20 Grantees of Lawrencetown Nova Scotia, an area just northeast of Dartmouth.  He had 12 children, four of whom remained in Lawrencetown.

Hon. Benjamin Green's Lawrencetown grant ran along the beach for 115 rods, on Hon. Charles Morris' grant 297 rods, on rear base line 115 rods and 340 rods on Hon. Richard Bulkeley's grant. It consisted of 200 acres.

Green Bay in Nova Scotia received its name from Benjamin Green, Jr.

More About Susanna Wenman:  

Children of Benjamin Green and Susanna Wenman are:

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Susan6 Green.

 

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Margaret Ann Green, born about 1770 in Halifax Nova Scotia; died 19 February 1847 in Dartmouth Nova Scotia.  She married Capt. Alexander Howe 06 September 1803 in Annapolis Royal Nova Scotia; born 19 December 1749 in Annapolis Royal Nova Scotia; died 09 January 1813 in Dartmouth Nova Scotia.

Notes for Margaret Ann Green:

Wenman Blankeley Stawell, in his Declaration, recounts that he attended school with Mrs. Howe in Lawrencetown.

 

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Benjamin Wenman Green, born 1772 in Halifax Nova Scotia; died Aft. 26 September 1781.

 

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Richard Wenman Green, born 1777 in Halifax Nova Scotia114; died 01 April 1828 in St. Johns Newfoundland114.  He married Sophia Parminter.

 

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Charlotte Green, born 1776 in Halifax Nova Scotia; died December 1783 in Halifax Nova Scotia.

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Elizabeth Green, born about 1777 in Halifax, Nova Scotia; died 12 June 1854 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia.

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Joseph Green, born 1779 in Halifax Nova Scotia; died 05 May 1844 in Lawrencetown Nova Scotia.

 

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Henry Green, christened 21 June 1781 at St. Paulís Church in Halifax Nova Scotia115; died 30 August 1853 in East Boston Massachusetts.  He married Rosanna Graham 01 December 1804 in Halifax, Nova Scotia; born 11 May 1779 in Three Fathom Harbor Nova Scotia.

Notes for Henry Green:

Henry was actively involved in projects to recover land in Cole Harbour through dyking and was considered a progressive and active member of the community. In 1840 he thought he had a cure for cancer and received testimonials from persons who claimed they had been cured. He petitioned the Assembly for money to go to England to advertise and market the cure, but the assembly noted that if the product would do all that was claimed for it, there would be no need for government funds to back the venture.

 

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George Peirce Green, christened 26 July 1782 at St. Paulís Church in Halifax Nova Scotia115; died February 1783 in Halifax Nova Scotia.

 

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William Pringle Green, christened 17 August 1783 at St. Paulís Church in Halifax Nova Scotia115; died 18 October 1846 in Landsport, Portsmouth, England.  He married Elizabeth ---.

Notes for William Pringle Green:

William was a lifelong commissioned officer in the Royal Navy.  He was by accounts a very clever inventor, obtaining several patents for inventions related to the maritime trade. 

William Pringle Green had, in 1833, published a work entitled "Fragments from remarks of twenty-five years in every quarter of the globe on Electricity, Magnetism, Aerolites, and various other Phenomena of Nature", with portrait and a genealogy of the author.

(Dictionary of British Biography, Vol ,pp.503-4; Gent.Mag. for 1847, i.209; O'Byrne's Naval Biographical Diet).

 

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Joshua Winslow Green, christened 01 May 1785 at St. Paulís Church in Halifax Nova Scotia115; died 06 November 1817 in London England116.

 

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Charlotte Green, born 18 August 1786 in Halifax Nova Scotia117.  She married Daniel Coughlin.

More About Charlotte Green:

Christening: 17 September 1786, St Pauls Church, Halifax Nova Scotia117

 

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Susannah Green, born 14 September 1787 in Halifax Nova Scotia; died Bef. 1792 in Halifax Nova Scotia.  She married Samuel Smith Parker.

More About Susannah Green:

Christening: 18 October 1787, St Pauls Church, Halifax Nova Scotia117

 

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Edward Green, born 06 March 1789 in Halifax Nova Scotia; died October 1800 in Halifax Nova Scotia.

More About Edward Green:

Christening: 01 April 1789, St Pauls Church, Halifax Nova Scotia117

 

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Anna Winslow Green, born 23 February 1790 in Halifax Nova Scotia.  She married Noel Hanmar 09 May 1840.

More About Anna Winslow Green:

Christening: 28 March 1790, St Pauls Church, Halifax Nova Scotia117

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Sarah Green, born about 1792 in Halifax Nova Scotia.

 

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Harriett Green, christened 21 April 1793 at St. Paulís Church in Halifax Nova Scotia117.  She married Joseph Clarke.

 

      40.  Francis5 Green (Benjamin4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1)118 was born 21 August 1742 in Boston Massachusetts119, and died 21 April 1809 in Medford Massachusetts120.  He married (1) Susanna Green121 18 October 1769 in Boston Massachusetts121, daughter of Joseph Green and Anna Peirce.  She was born 26 July 1744 in Boston Massachusetts, and died 10 November 1775 in Boston Massachusetts.  He married (2) Harriett Mathews 17 May 1785 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

Notes for Francis Green:

Francis served as Ensign in the 40th Regiment of Foot at the Siege of Louisburg in 1758.  In 1776 he was a Magistrate in Halifax.  He went to New York in 1777, where he was proscribed and banished to England as a Loyalist.  In June 1784 he returned to Halifax, and was appointed Sherriff of the County and Senior Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.  He built "Maroon Hall" at Preston in 1792.

Francis  moved with his family to Medford Massachusetts in 1797. He there wrote (1806)  "Genealogical and Biographical Anecdotes deduced from the first American Generation for his children's information".

Children are listed above under (36) Susanna Green.

Children of Francis Green and Harriett Mathews are:

 

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Harriet Mathews6 Green, born 17 November 1786 in Halifax Nova Scotia122; died 28 August 1803 in Medford Massachusetts.

 

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Henry Francis Green, born 19 May 1789 in Halifax Nova Scotia122; died 30 August 1867 in Bellows Falls Vermont.  He married Caroline Frances Atkinson; died 03 February 1865 in Bellows Falls Vermont.

 

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Anna Winslow Green, born 26 July 1791 in Preston Nova Scotia; died 06 July 1868 in Charlestown New Hampshire.  She married Samuel Webber.

 

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Eliza Atkinson Green, born 03 October 1794 in Preston Nova Scotia.

 

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Mary Hall Green, born 12 September 1799 in Medford Massachusetts; died 11 June 1853 in Bellows Falls Vermont.

 

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Mathews Wylly Green, born 05 February 1803 in Medford Massachusetts; died 08 April 1874 in Charlestown New Hampshire.  He married Mary Augusta Gilchrist.

 

Generation No. 6

      51.  Susan6 Green (Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1)123.  She married Capt. William Parker. 

More About William Parker:

Military service: Captain, 64th Regiment

Child of Susan Green and William Parker is:

 

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William7 Parker, died 1855.

Notes for William Parker:

William died at the siege of Sebestapol.

 

      @56.  Elizabeth6 Green (Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1)124 was christened 24 February 1778 at St. Paul's Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and died 12 June 1854 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia.  She married Lieutenant William Stawell125 19 November 1817 in St Paul's Anglican Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia126, son of William Stawell and Charlotte Rogers.  He was born 1795 in Coolmain, Cork, Ireland127, and died 10 July 1868 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia128.

Notes for Elizabeth Green:

Wenman Stawell noted in his Declaration that Elizabeth Green was eighteen years older than her husband Lt. William Stawell.  She was said to be insane at various times, but never dangerous or violent.  This made her a charge upon her husband and a restraint upon his freedom to go away131.   

More About Elizabeth Green:

Burial: 14 June 1854, Mineville Cemetery, Lawrencetown Nova Scotia129

More About Lieutenant William Stawell:

Marriage Notes for Elizabeth Green and William Stawell:

Wenman Stawell, in his Declaration, recalls of his father's marriage

"On the 19th day of November 1817, Lieutenant Stawell married Elizabeth, fourth daughter of the late Benjamin Green, Esquire, Provincial treasurer of the Province of Nova Scotia.  The marriage took place at Halifax in the house of Mrs. Brinley, widow of George Brinley, Esq. Commisary-General of His Majesty's Forces in North America.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. John Inglis who was assisted by Archdeacon Willis, then a Chaplain on board the 'Akbar'.  This ship captured the French vessel 'Pyramis'.

"The registry of this marriage is in the Register of Marriages solemnized in the Parish of St. Paul's in the year 1817, at present in St. Paul's Church at Halifax, Book 1816-1822.  It is as follows:

'William Stowell, Bachelor, late Lieutenant in the 98th Regiment of Foot, and Elizabeth Green, Spinster, of this Parish were married in this Parish by License this 19th day of November 1817, by me John Inglis, Rector.

"I would call attention to the incorrect spelling of my father's name in this entry.  He spelled his name always with a 'a' and not an 'o'.  H signed his name 'Stawell' not 'Stowell'

Notice of the marriage was published in the 'Acadian Recorder' newspaper of Halifax on November 22nd 1817 as follows:

"Same evening by the Rev. Dr. Inglis, Wm Stawell Esq late of the 98th Reg't to Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin Green, Esq. late treasurer of this Province.

"In this notice the name is spelled correctly."

Children of Elizabeth Green and William Stawell:

 

      57.  Joseph6 Green (Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1) was christened 19 November 1779 at St. Paulís Church in Halifax Nova Scotia140, and died 05 May 1844 in Lawrencetown Nova Scotia.  He married ---141.  She died Bef. 28 April 1844.

Notes for Joseph Green:

Joseph Green reportedly served as a Lieutenant in the British Royal Navy aboard HMS Edinburgh in Portsmouth England.  After his father's death, he settled in Lawrencetown Nova Scotia.

Child of Joseph Green and --- is:

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Mary Ann7 Green, born 25 September 1819 in Lawrencetown Nova Scotia; died 22 January 1915 in Westphal Nova Scotia.

  

      66.  Sarah6 Green (Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1)142 was christened 05 February 1792 at St. Paulís Church in Halifax Nova Scotia.  She married Capt. Samuel S Parker in Halifax, Nova Scotia142. 

Child of Sarah Green and Samuel Parker is:

 

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Capt. William B. O. A.7 Parker, born 1823 in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia142; died 1855 in Sevestapol142.

Notes for Capt. William B. O. A. Parker:

Captain William Parker won the Victoria Cross for bravery in the Battle of Redan.

 

Generation No. 7

      78.  Mary Ann7 Green (Joseph6, Benjamin5, Benjamin4, Joseph3, Jonathan2, Persevill1) was born 25 September 1819 in Lawrencetown Nova Scotia180, and died 22 January 1915 in Westphal Nova Scotia180.  She married John McDonald 04 November 1841 in Halifax, Nova Scotia180.  He was born about 1814 in Halifax Nova Scotia180, and died 22 April 1896 in Westphal Nova Scotia180.

Children of Mary Green and John McDonald are:

 

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Joseph8 McDonald, born 11 April 1842 in Dartmouth Nova Scotia180; died 06 June 1929180.  He married Ellen Boland 13 July 1865180.

 

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Mary Mathilda McDonald, born 09 January 1844 in Dartmouth Nova Scotia180.  She married Donald Maclean 03 June 1873 in Dartmouth Nova Scotia180; born about 1846180.

 

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Ellen McDonald, born 30 March 1845 in Dartmouth Nova Scotia180.

 

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Allan McDonald180.  He married Sarah ---180; born in Chester, Nova Scotia.

 

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Charlotte E McDonald, born 1848180; died 1859180.

 

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Arthur McDonald180.  He married Phoebe ---180.

 

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Frederick McDonald180.

 

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Marion McDonald, born 06 December 1853 in Lawrencetown Nova Scotia180; died 1937 in Halifax Nova Scotia180.  She married Edwin Henry Hancock; born 09 February 1847 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England180; died 27 August 1920 in Halifax Nova Scotia180.

 

91

ix.

William Bathurst McDonald, born 1853180; died 1941180.  He married Helena ---; born 1867180; died 1895180.

 

92

x.

Deborah McDonald, born about 1854 in Westphal Nova Scotia180; died 1954 in Massachusetts180.  She married D A Briggs180.

 

93

xi.

Mary McDonald, born 1859180; died 1859180.

 

94

xii.

Victoria McDonald, born 1860180; died 1870180.

 

95

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Anna Staynor McDonald, born 09 October 1864180.  She married William Farquharson; born 27 May 1862180.

 

 

Green Family Endnotes

 

1.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p580.

2.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p322.

3.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p1.

4.  Green, Samuel A, An account of Percival and Ellen Green and of some of their Descendants.

5.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p322.

6.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p306.

7.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p1.

8.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p334.

9.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p307.

10.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p1.

11.  Vital Records of Beverly Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924).

12.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p171.

13.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p489.

14.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p321.

15.  Vital Records of Beverly Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924).

16.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p171.

17.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p307.

18.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p322.

19.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p307.

20.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p579.

21.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p307.

22.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p2.

23.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p172.

24.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p368.

25.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p172.

26.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p307.

27.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897).

28.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p323.

29.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p307.

30.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p171.

31.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p2.

32.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p306.

33.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p2.

34.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p307.

35.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p304.

36.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p600.

37.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p368.

38.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p304.

39.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p171.

40.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p305.

41.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V2, p579.

42.  Vital Records of Cambridge Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (Boston:  New England Historical and Genealogical Society, 1915), V1, p305.

43.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V5, p299.

44.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p322.

45.  Vital Records of Wenham, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), p39.

46.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p2.

47.  Essex Institute Historical Collections, Biographical Sketches of Rev. Joseph Green, Rev. Peter Clark, and Rev. Benjamin Wadsworth,, pp59-60.

48.  Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700,  (Baltimore; Genealogical Publishing Company, 1995), p322.

49.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924).

50.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p388.

51.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p3.

52.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924).

53.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V5, p299.

54.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p388.

55.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p3.

56.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924).

57.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p388.

58.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

59.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924).

60.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p388.

61.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

62.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p389.

63.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

64.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p388.

65.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

66.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p388.

67.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p3.

68.  Albert H Hoyt, Daniel Peirce and Some of his Descendants,  (NEHGR V29, pp273-281), p279.

69.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

70.  Albert H Hoyt, Daniel Peirce and Some of his Descendants,  (NEHGR V29, pp273-281), p278.

71.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p3.

72.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

73.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p5.

74.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p6.

75.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p5.

76.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897).

77.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p5.

78.  Vital Records of Salem Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849,  (The Essex Institute, Salem MA, 1924), V1, p388.

79.  Article by Donald F. Chard, Biography of Benjamin Green,  (Dictionary of Canadian Biography, V4, pp 312-313, University of Toronto Press,), p312, The compiler notes a discrepency between the date of death mentioned in this article, and that mentioned in Harris' book on the history of St Paul's Church in Halifax.

80.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p81.

81.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

82.  Hewitt, H.W., "History of Eastern Passage, Prominent Persons to Whom Land weas Granted Whose Names are Familiar to All," Dartmouth, NS Patriot, 31 August 1901.

83.  Article by Donald F. Chard, Biography of Benjamin Green,  (Dictionary of Canadian Biography, V4, pp 312-313, University of Toronto Press,), pp312-313.

84.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p81.

85.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

86.  Terrence M. Punch, Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers 1769-1812,  (Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 1981).

87.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

88.  Terrence M. Punch, Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers 1769-1812,  (Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 1981).

89.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

90.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), P. 121.

91.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p121.

92.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

93.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p5.

94.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p137.

95.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), P. 132.

96.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p137.

97.  Francis Green Obituary,  (Columbian Centenial, April 22, 1809).

98.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p137.

99.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p132.

100.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p137.

101.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p132.

102.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p83.

103.  Samuel H. Green, Percival and Ellen Green,  (Privately Published in 1897), p4.

104.  Terrence M. Punch, Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers 1769-1812,  (Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 1981).

105.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p83.

106.  Terrence M. Punch, Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers 1769-1812,  (Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 1981).

107.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

108.  Hewitt, H.W., "History of Eastern Passage, Prominent Persons to Whom Land weas Granted Whose Names are Familiar to All," Dartmouth, NS Patriot, 31 August 1901, Article no. 17(18).

109.  Terrence M. Punch, Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers 1769-1812,  (Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 1981).

110.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), P. 66.

111.  Canadian Biographies,  (University of Toronto Press,), Vol. IV, pp.763-4, Richard Wenman.

112.  Jean Holder, Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers 1840-1843,  (Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, Publication Nr. 10).

113.  Canadian Biographies,  (University of Toronto Press,), Vol. IV, pp.763-4, Richard Wenman.

114.  "The Newfoundlander," Obituary, 2 April 1828.

115.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

116.  Terrence M. Punch, Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers 1813-1822,  (Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 1981).

117.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

118.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), P. 132.

119.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p137.

120.  Francis Green Obituary,  (Columbian Centenial, April 22, 1809).

121.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949), p137.

122.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

123.  Harriss, Reginald V., The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949,  (Totonto, The Reyerson Press, 1949).

124.  Hewitt, H.W., "History of Eastern Passage, Prominent Persons to Whom Land weas Granted Whose Names are Familiar to All," Dartmouth, NS Patriot, 31 August 1901.

125.  Stawell, George Dodsworth, A Quantock Family,  (Taunton, Barncott and Pearce, The Wessex Press, 1910), 184.

126.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

127.  Wenman Blankley, "Declaration of the History and Pedigree of our Family for the information and advantage of my true and lawful son Henry Stawell," Privatel, p5.

128.  Newbury, George, Headstone Inscriptions of Mineville Cemetary, Minefille Nova Scotia,  (http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/3515/Mineville.htm), "Electronic."

129.  Christ Church, Dartmouth Nova Scotia, Parish Records of Christ Church, Dartmouth Nova Scotia.

130.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

131.  Wenman Blankley, "Declaration of the History and Pedigree of our Family for the information and advantage of my true and lawful son Henry Stawell," Privatel.

132.  United Kingdom, Govenment of, Service Record of Lieutenant William Stawell, British Army,  (Collection of indiviual records concerning the service of William Stawell in the British Military).

133.  Wenman Blankley, "Declaration of the History and Pedigree of our Family for the information and advantage of my true and lawful son Henry Stawell," Privatel.

134.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

135.  Canada, Government of, Canadian Census of Lunenburg Nova Scotia 1871.

136.  Stawell, Wenman Blanckley, Will of Wenman Blanckley Stawell,  (Hallifax County Wills, Mfm. 19363 Vol. 12 #5346).

137.  Canada, Government of, Canadian Census of Lunenburg Nova Scotia 1871, Halifax East, Sdist A2, p107.

138.  Wenman Blankley, "Declaration of the History and Pedigree of our Family for the information and advantage of my true and lawful son Henry Stawell," Privatel.

139.  Stawell, Wenman Blanckley, Will of Wenman Blanckley Stawell,  (Hallifax County Wills, Mfm. 19363 Vol. 12 #5346).

140.  St. Paul's Anglican Church, Parish Records of St. Pauls Anglican Church, Halifax Nova Scotia.

141.  Jangaard, Peter M., Some Descendants of Benjamin Green Sr. (1713-1772) and Mary Peirce (1714-1764),  (Unpublished), "Electronic."

180.  Jangaard, Peter M., Some Descendants of Benjamin Green Sr. (1713-1772) and Mary Peirce (1714-1764),  (Unpublished), "Electronic."

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