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PATRIOT Captain Berryman Green

PATRIOT Captain Berryman Green[1, 2, 3, 4]

Male 1754 - 1825  (71 years)

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  • Name Berryman Green  [5, 6
    Title PATRIOT 
    Prefix Captain 
    Born 26 Jan 1754  Amelia County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 13 Sep 1825  Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried 14 Sep 1825  Terry Family Cemetery Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Person ID I547450371  My Reynolds Line
    Last Modified 14 Sep 2021 

    Father Thomas Green,   b. Abt 1730, Tidewater, Colonial Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1799, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 69 years) 
    Mother Lucy Davis,   b. Abt 1733, Prince Edward Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Family ID F518495029  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Anne Pritchard,   b. Abt 1756, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1789  (Age ~ 33 years) 
    Married 25 May 1778  [9
    Children 
    +1. Hannah Jones Green,   b. Abt 1783, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Dec 1841, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 58 years)
     2. Lucy Green,   b. Abt 1779, Prince Edward County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. May 1852, Halifax Co., Virginia. Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 73 years)
     3. Ann Pritchard Green,   b. Abt 1784, Prince Edward County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1875, DeKalb, Kemper Co., MS Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 91 years)
    +4. Anthony Wayne Green,   b. 7 Aug 1786, Prince Edward Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1846, Halifax Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 59 years)
    Last Modified 14 Sep 2021 
    Family ID F518495593  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Nancy Terry,   b. 12 Feb 1758, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Mar 1836, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 6 Jan 1789  Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • http://knoxcolorado.com
      Nancy TERRY and Berryman GREEN were married on 6 January 1789 in, Halifax, VA. Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810, Volume 1, Clarence M. Busch, State Printer of PA, 1895, Pennsylvania Archives, Second Series, Volume 8:

      Marriage Record of the First Baptist Church, Philadelphia, 1761-1803, usgwarchives.net/pa
      1778, May 25, Pritchard, Ann, and Berryman Green
    Children 
    +1. Elizabeth Dickerson 'Betsy ' Green,   b. Mar 1790, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Dec 1873, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 83 years)
     2. Berryman Green, Jr.,   b. Abt 1790, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Dec 1841, Halifax Co., Virginia [now Pittsylvania] Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 51 years)
    +3. Thomas Jefferson Green, Esquire,   b. 28 Dec 1796, Halifax Co., Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Jul 1871, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years)
    +4. Dr. Nathaniel Terry Green, MD,   b. 10 Mar 1800, Halifax County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Apr 1860, Danville, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years)
    Last Modified 14 Sep 2021 
    Family ID F518495028  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    Berryman Green Home Called Green's Folly
    Berryman Green Home Called Green's Folly
    GreensFolly.jpg
    Soldiers of the American Revolution
    Soldiers of the American Revolution
    RevolutionSoldiersPatriots.jpg

    Documents
    Greens
History of Halifax
Carrington
Cover
    Greens History of Halifax Carrington Cover
    thumb_Hist Halifax by WJCarrington Cover-1.jpg
    Green
History of Halifax
WJ Carrington
Pg 184
    Green History of Halifax WJ Carrington Pg 184
    Hist Halifax by WJCarrington Green Page 184.jpg
    Green
History Halifax 
WJ Carrington
Pg. 185
    Green History Halifax WJ Carrington Pg. 185
    Hist Halifax by WJCarringtonPage 185.jpg
    Green
History Halifax
WJ Carrington
Page 186-87
    Green History Halifax WJ Carrington Page 186-87
    Hist Halifax by WJCarringtonGreen 186-7.jpg
    Berryman Green Appointed Clerk of Halifax, 2nd Augt. 1787- Halifax Antrim Parrish Vestry 1852-1817
    Berryman Green Appointed Clerk of Halifax, 2nd Augt. 1787- Halifax Antrim Parrish Vestry 1852-1817
    Halifax Antrim Parrish Vestry 1752-1817 Carter Pg 108.jpg
    Halifax Antrim Parrish Vestry Cover Page
    Halifax Antrim Parrish Vestry Cover Page
    Halifax Antrim Parrish Vestry 1752-1817 Powell Cover.jpg
    Greens - History of Halifax by W. J. Carrington - Page 190-1
    Greens - History of Halifax by W. J. Carrington - Page 190-1
    Hist Halifax by WJCarrington Green190-1.jpg
    Greens - History of Halifax by Worth Johnson Carrington Page 192-3
    Greens - History of Halifax by Worth Johnson Carrington Page 192-3
    Hist Halifax by WJCarrington Green192-3.jpg
    Greens - History of Halifax by Worth Johnson Carrington Page 194-5
    Greens - History of Halifax by Worth Johnson Carrington Page 194-5
    Hist Halifax by WJCarrington Green194-5.jpg
    Greens - History of Halifax by W. J. Carrington Page 196-7
    Greens - History of Halifax by W. J. Carrington Page 196-7
    Hist Halifax by WJCarrington Green196-7.jpg
    Greens - History of Halifax by W. J. Carrington Page 198-9
    Greens - History of Halifax by W. J. Carrington Page 198-9
    Hist Halifax by WJCarrington Page 198-9.jpg
    Charlotte Co., Virginia Deeds for Carters, Greens, and Others
    Charlotte Co., Virginia Deeds for Carters, Greens, and Others
    CharlotteCoVA1765-1771DB1-2.pdf
    Berryman Green to His Son
    Berryman Green to His Son
    Dear Son,

    Enclosed, your mother sends you a block of my profile likeness, which she says you requested her to give you when last home - It may in other times call to your recollection the features of him who gave you being, and who adds for your further satisfaction that those features were never disturbed by a consciousness of having committed one act beneath the dignity of man.

    Your Father,
    Berryman Green
    March 22, 1818
    Note and Signature of Berryman Green
    Note and Signature of Berryman Green
    547450371 Berryman Green Signature.jpg
    Silhouette of Berryman Green, Sr.
    Silhouette of Berryman Green, Sr.
    547450371 silhouette.jpg
    Marriage Records for Peter Green and Elizabeth Terry and Nancy Terry to Berryman Green
    Marriage Records for Peter Green and Elizabeth Terry and Nancy Terry to Berryman Green
    dvm_LocHist013651-00218-0.jpg
    1800 Halifax Voters
    1800 Halifax Voters
    1800 HalifaxVoters.jpg
    Sarah Ann Royall, wife of Nathaniel Terry
    Sarah Ann Royall, wife of Nathaniel Terry
    70089Sarah-Royall-Terry-A-Curren-FULL.jpg
    Signature Berryman Green, Clerk
    Signature Berryman Green, Clerk
    547450371SignatureBerryGreenClerk.jpg
    Census Virginia 1783-5, Early Virginia Residents
    Census Virginia 1783-5, Early Virginia Residents
    1783-5 Va Census.pdf

    Histories
    Green's Folly Home Opens
    Green's Folly Home Opens
    Richmond Times Dispatch
    Apr 26, 1936

  • Notes 
    • History of Halifax County
      By W. J. Carrington

      Page 184-185
      GREEN
      Berryman Green was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia, in 1754 [Amelia-mfe]. This family dates back to an illustrious line of "Buckton," Northamptonshire, England.
      He enlisted in the Revolutionary war as a private, in 1776, and served through the war as quartermaster on General Washington's staff. He was unfit for active service, being lame. He married Nancy Terry, daughter of Nathaniel Terry, Gent., Burgess of Halifax County. He died in this county, [Halifax] September 13, 1825. Nancy, his wife, died February 20, 1837. They were buried at the old 'Thompson Place', near 'Banister Lodge.' Their children were, viz.: Elizabeth Dickerson Green, who married her cousin, Col. Joe Coleman Terry., Berryman Green, Jr. marrried Ariana Vaughan, Mary Green (died), Sarah Green (died) Thomas Jefferson Green, married Frances Keeling Burton, Nathaniel Terry Green, married Annie Colquehoun.

      From Col. Berryman Green descended some of Halifax County's most honorable and substantial citizens. This data given is from the family Bible.

      EXERPTS CONTINUE (See Documents)
    • Berryman Green was apprenticed to become a Court Clerk. In 1801, he signed the Will of Jonathan Colquit, A.C.H.C [Acting Clerk of Halifax County].
      WILL OF JONATHAN COLQUITT
      In The Name of God Amen. I Jonathan Colquitt of Halifax County do make, ordain and declare this to be my last will and Testament, and manner and form following(Viz) imprimis. I lend unto my Daughter Nancy Bostick and Sarah Bain, the tract of land whereon I now live containing one hundred acres more or less (purchase of Robert Akin) during their Natural lives, to be equally divided by two Disinterested men chosen by each party and if they dont agree one other person to be chosen by the referees and their decision to final, and at the death of my daughters Nancy, & Sarah. It is my will and desire that the aforesaid tract of land be equally divided between the heirs of my daughters Nancy Bostick & Sarah Bain to them and their heirs for ever. Item I give to my grandson Frederick Bain one feather bed and furniture to him and his heirs forever. Item I give unto my Grand daughter Christian Colquitt (daughter) of Ransom Colquitt one feather bed to her and her heirs forever. Item I give unto my son Ransom Colquitt Fanny, Eve and her increase, Negroes which he has had in possesson for some time, also one cow and calf to him and his heirs forever. Item It is my will and desire that my Exetors sell the remaince of my Estate to the best advantage (to Wit),a negro man James, my stock also all my house hold and kitchen furniture and after my just debts are paid the overplus if any tobe equally divided. Between the heirs of Ransom Colquitt, Nancy Bostick and the heirs of Sarah Bain to them and their heirs forever. And lastly I do nominate Constitute & appoint my friends Charles Bruce, Hartwell Carter & Achilles Colquitt Executors of this my last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have Hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this fourteenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred.
      Jonathan Colquitt L. S.
      Witness his David x Farmer, William Farmer, Thomas Ballow mark: At a court held for Halifax County the 27th day of July 1801, The within written Last Will and Testament of Jonathan Colquitt deceased was exhibited in court & proved by the affirmation of two of the witnesses thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.
      Teste John Wimbish C G?C.
      At a court held for Halifax County the 25th day of January 1802, on the motion of Charles Bruce one of the Executors named in the foregoing will of Jonathan Colquitt decd who made oath according to law, certificate is granted him for obtaining probate of the said will in due form, he giving security whereupon he together with James Bruce his security entered into acknowledged their bond in the finally of five thousand dollars. Conditioned as the law directs.
      Teste John Wimbish C.H.C.
      Truly recorded
      Teste Berryman Green A.C.H.C.
      Halifax County, Virginia, Wills, Book 6, p. 297.
    • Berryman Green was born 31 January 1753 or 1754 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, to Thomas Green (ca. 1725-ca. 1799) and Lucy Davis Green (ca. 1735-1785). Green's family moved to Prince Edward County, Virginia, and in 1769, he was apprenticed to the court clerk of Charlotte County, Virginia. In 1776, Green enlisted in Henry Lee's (1756-1818) command, then received an appointment as quartermaster for General George Washington?s (1732-1799) staff. In 1781, Green was appointed an assistant deputy quartermaster for the state of Virginia. After the war, Green lived in Westmoreland County, then moved to Halifax County, Virginia in 1787 where he became a planter. Green represented Halifax County in the House of Delegates in 1796. Green married first Anne Pritchard (d. 1787) in Pennsylvania in 1799, and they had five children. He married second Nancy Terry (1758 or 1763-1836) of Halifax County 6 January 1789), and they had six children. Green died in Halifax County 14 September 1825, and was buried in the Terry family cemetery there.

  • Sources 
    1. [S8] Jan Knox, Janice Knox, (Janice Knox), knoxcolorado.com/b347.html#P1., http://knoxcolorado.com/b302.html#P963.
      Berryman GREEN was born on 31 January 1753 in, Amelia, VA. Charlotte Co VA Deed Book 2, 4 Oct 1769, Thomas Green and Peter Davis of Prince Edward County do bind to Thomas Read of Charlotte County., Berryman Green, son of said Thomas Green. Berryman is to serve Read as an apprentice until 31 January 1774 during which Read agrees to teach him the business of a county court clerk. Signed Thomas Green, Peter Davis and Thomas Read. Witnessed by Samuel Comer and Berryman Green, recorded 3 Jun 1771, p458 (An apprenticeship ended when the apprentice became 21 years of age-jek) He died on 14 September 1825 at the age of 72 in Halifax, VA. He was buried on 15 September 1825 at Banister Lodge Cemetery in, Halifax, VA. The original Terry family cemetery for descendants of Nathaniel Terry, Sr. and his wife, Sarah (Royall) Terry was located on the grounds of their home, Banister Lodge. The cemetery may still exist but the land is so overgrown no one has looked for it. Berryman and his wife, Nancy, are NOT buried where the tombstones were put up by the DAR in 1939, at the Thompson family cemetery of Nancy's sister, Mary "Polly" (Terry) Thompson. The Thompson cemetery, since 1939, slowly acquired the name it is referred to by now, the Terry cemetery Green Family Mss by Emma Green Phillips (granddaughter), 1915 at DAR Library, Washington, DC;
      Apprentice Agreement, Charlotte, VA, DB2 p458, dated 4 Oct 1769 Thomas Green and Peter Davis of Prince Edward Co., do bind to Thomas Read of Charlotte Co., Berryman Green, son of said Thomas Green. Berryman is to serve Read as an apprentice till 31 Jan. 1774 during which Read agrees to teach him the business of a county court clerk. Signed Thomas Green, Peter Davis and Thomas Read, witnessed by Samuel Comer and Berryman Green, recorded 3 Jun 1771; (apprentices served until their 21st birthday-jek)
      Marriage Record,1st Baptist Church, Phila.,PA;
      DAR Tombstone placed on alleged burial site, 1939;
      Rev. War Bounty Land Record-Pvt to Capt--4th Troop of Light Horse--with Washington at Valley Forge; Assistant Deputy Quartermaster VA Continental. Line; Miniature portrait, VA Historical Society Library, Richmond,VA;
      Data compiled by Jacqueline G. Black, (dec'd) 725 Marshall Ave., South Boston,VA 24592;
      Legislative Petitions Database, VSL: Berryman Green, Halifax Co. 11/22/176, Private, and later quartermaster, in Col Theodorick Bland's Regiment of Cavalry in 1776 asks for bounty land for his service. Includes certificate, Reel 71 Box 97 Folder 61; same request, dated 12/15/1797 Reel 71 Box 97 Folder 64; HISTORICAL REGISTER OF OFFICERS OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY DURING THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION: Green, Berryman (VA) Paymaster 1st Continental Dragoons, 31st March 1777, with rank of Captain from 1 January, 1778; resigned 9 April, 1779; Prince Edward county VA deeds showing relationship to Peter Davis, his grandfather. In the days of primogeniture, Berryman would not have been referred to as a grandson, unless he was a grandson by "blood."
      No 1810 census is available for Halifax co VA
      1820 census, Halifax, VA, p57, M33_131, line 1
      Berryman Green, Sr. M: 1 16-26, 1 45+, F: 1 u 10, 1 16-26, 1 45+


      Parents: Thomas GREEN and Lucy DAVIS.

      Spouse: Ann PRITCHARD. Ann PRITCHARD and Berryman GREEN were married on 25 May 1778 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. married at First Baptist Church Children were: Lucy GREEN, Hannah Jones GREEN, Ann Pritchard GREEN, Anthony GREEN.

      Spouse: Nancy TERRY. Nancy TERRY and Berryman GREEN were married on 6 January 1789 in Halifax, VA. Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810, Volume 1, Clarence M. Busch, State Printer of PA, 1895, Pennsylvania Archives, Second Series, Volume 8: Marriage Record of the First Baptist Church, Philadelphia, 1761-1803, usgwarchives.net/pa
      1778, May 25, Pritchard, Ann, and Berryman Green Children were: Elizabeth Dickerson GREEN, Berryman GREEN Jr., Mary GREEN, Sarah GREEN, Thomas Jefferson GREEN, Dr. Nathaniel Terry GREEN.

    2. [S48] Ancestry Link, http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?ti=0&indiv=try&db=sarmemberapps&h=669628.
      Source Citation: Volume: 338; SAR Membership Number: 67444.

      Source Information:
      Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
      Original data: Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. Louisville, Kentucky: National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Microfilm, 508 rolls.

      Description:
      This database contains applications for membership in the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution approved between 1889 and 31 December 1970. These records can be an excellent source for names, dates, locations, and family relationships.

    3. [S61] United States Census, http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/halifax/census/cen1790.txt.
      1790 US Census for Halifax Co., VA
      Green, Berry.....................1-2-6-0-3

      Other Greens on the same Census:
      Green, Robert.................2-3-3-0-4
      Green, John......................2-3-4-0-0
      Green, Daniel...................2-0-2-0-0

    4. [S61] United States Census, http://www2.census.gov/prod2/decennial/documents/1790m-03.pdf.
      First Census 1785 Prince Edward Co., VA
      Thomas Green [10 White 4 Black]
      Berryman Green [5 White 8 Black]

    5. [S100] Internet Source, http://www.greensfolly.com/history/.
      Berryman Green was born in Westmoreland County, Va. He was captain of a company in the Revolutionary War. When General Washington, with his army, was in Pennsylvania, about the time of the battle of Valley Forge, his men were in great need and suffering for food. He wrote an urgent call to General Fitzhugh Lee to find him an energetic and trustworthy officer for quartermaster, to look after the comfort of his men. General Lee wrote him he had found the right man, Captain Berryman Green but he hesitated about accepting the position, as it would put him out of line for promotion in the army. General Washington was so insistent that Captain Green resigned his position and went to aid him in relieving the suffering and the needy of the army there.

      It was there that Captain Green met his first wife, Anne Pritchard. Her parents were from England and loyal to the Crown. General Washington ordered Captain Green to secure rooms for the officers. He found a large, comfortable house, and was preparing the rooms on the lower floor, when he heard some one open a door across the hall. He turned and doffed his hat and bowed to a lovely woman with black hair and eyes. She spurned his salute with a shrug and turned her back on him. But that day their fate was sealed. It proved to be love at first sight and they were soon married. In those days there were no railroads or stage coaches and most of the travel was done on horseback. Captain Green and his wife, both being magnificent riders, they chose their long trip back to Virginia to be on horseback. He owned a beautiful charger which he allowed his wife to ride, while he used a work horse; thus they happily jogged along through the wild country with "saddle bags" to carry their clothing, and were halfway to their Virginia home when the charger took fright and ran away, throwing his wife and breaking her leg above the knee. The accident occurred near a farmhouse, where she was taken in and cared for until she was able to travel, when she was placed in an army wagon on a bed to finish her journey to their Westmoreland home, where they lived for some time. His wife died about ten years after, leaving five children. Very soon all the children but one were married, most of them moving to Halifax. A son, Anthony Wayne Green, named for "Mad Anthony Wayne," lived in Halifax County, just across the Dan River from South Boston.

      When the mother of his children died, they being young and helpless, Captain Green moved to Halifax and attempted to aid in raising the children. His own children were all he could care for and he concluded the best thing for him to do would be to marry again.

      Colonel Nathaniel Terry, who fought at the battle of Yorktown and was aide to General Washington, lived in Halifax, and Captain Green knew him intimately during the war, so he visited Colonel Terry to ask his advice. (This Colonel Terry was a member of the House of Burgesses at Yorktown, Va. There is a monument to the members of the House and his name is inscribed thereon.) When he arrived at the home of Colonel Terry, he found three beautiful young ladies, daughters of Colonel Terry. After becoming well acquainted with them, he asked permission to address his daughter. Colonel Terry answered, "There are three of them, captain, take your choice." He chose Nancy, the eldest, and was accepted. They were married and his second wife proved to be the kindest and most affectionate stepmother to his first children who loved her devotedly.

    6. [S61] United States Census, http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/halifax/census/cen1790.txt.
      1790 US Census for Halifax Co., VA
      Green, Berry.....................1-2-6-0-3

    7. [S32] Find-A-Grave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=2365991&GRid=62411377&.

    8. [S84] Rootsweb, https://wc.rootsweb.com/trees/250573/I354/-/registry.
      Berryman Green (Thomas /Green/, William /Green/, Thomas "The Seagull" /Green/, Thomas /Green/) was born 24 JAN 1754 in Westmoreland County, Virginia Formed 1653 From Northumberland County, and died 14 SEP 1825 in at Green's Folly located 2 miles from Halifax Court House. He was buried in Terry Family Cemetery off Route 360. He married Ann Pritchard on 25 MAY 1778 in Valley Forge, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, daughter of Anthony /Prichard/. She was born ABT. 1755. He married Nancy Terry on 6 JAN 1789 in Halifax County, Virginia, daughter of Nathaniel /Terry/, Sr.. She died 20 FEB 1836 in Halifax County, Virginia. She was buried in Terry Family Cemetery off Route 360.

      Children of Berryman /Green/ and Ann /Pritchard/ are:

      Anthony Wayne Green was born 7 AUG 1786 in Halifax County, Virginia, and died 5 DEC 1853 in Halifax County, Virginia.


    9. [S107] Family Histories, http://sherry.server-hosts.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I28518&tree=Roots.
      Three Daughters of Ann Pritchard and Berryman Green are:
      1. Lucy Davis Green d. Aft 1830, Halifax Co, Virginia (Age ~ 52 years)
      2. Ann Pritchard Green, b. Abt 1781, d. Aft 1810 (Age ~ 30 years)
      3. Hannah Jones Green, b. Abt 1783, d. Aft 1800 (Age ~ 118 years)
      [Anthony is born in 1786; I think she died soon after and Berryman married Nancy Terry in 1789.-mfe]
      Jan Knox Account of Ann Pritchard's Children with Berryman Green!
      Ann PRITCHARD. Ann PRITCHARD and Berryman GREEN were married on 25 May 1778 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. married at First Baptist Church Children were: Lucy GREEN, Hannah Jones GREEN, Ann Pritchard GREEN, Anthony GREEN.

    10. [S201] Recorded Death Record, http://files.usgwarchives.net/va/halifax/churches/churches01.txt?fbclid=IwAR2ccpYtdjTAicVywH6lSMhvUioMtDNTnDsQSmA7aDIXHXYKmRuzIrAQ_Uk.
      1836, March 25?Mrs. Nancy Green (widow of Colonel Berryman Green).