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I love you, because you have done more than any creed could have done to make me good, and more than any fate could have done to make me happy. to become baptized members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, [) They had posterity. Green / Greene, (1930 Census - age 1/12, born 1930, Xenia, Greene, Ohio); died , Kettering, Montgomery, Ohio; married _____ _____. Joined "Gold Rush" at Ruby & Ely, Nevada, which turned out to be a copper mine. At 74 degrees 50 minutes North caught Whale, walrus hair seal, polar bear and then back to S. (of Crittenden) - Sherwood Leslie Jump (1928 - 2001), born , Jonesville, Grant, Kentucky; (of Dry Ridge); died ; buried , Hillcrest Cemetery, Dry Ridge, Grant, Kentucky - , born 10 /, Stewartsville, Grant, Kentucky / Williamstown, Grant, Kentucky; died ; (of Detroit) - Marvin Richard Jump, born / 1931, Stewartsville, Grant, Kentucky, in Ohio); died ; [was a mortician/embalmer; helped with bodies in Vietnam; did LDS Temple ordinance work; refereed all kinds of sports; bowled until 81 years; remembers Sunday afternoon dinners and playing at Mary Elizabeth Greene's house] married (1) __ Jun 1943, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, Virginia Alice Satterfield; divorced; they had no posterity. Marine Corps, World War II.; married __ ___ ____, _____ _____, born , Xenia, Greene County, Ohio; died , Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio; [In a children's home and pregnant; her child went to adoption before she married Charlie Rose.] married , Charles Charley Rose; died ; Charles married (2) Betty _____ [Rose, Charles, Historical Obituaries, Dayton Daily News April 13, 2003 pg. - Bob Rose - Mike Rose, born ; raised in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio; computer consultant; works at St. Richards Memorial Home, Springfield, for former Xenian Herman C. in the foothills, probably 50' or more miles from Philadelphia. Her birth date is listed as __ May 1831, birthplace Pennsylvania; has a Mother relationship to the head of household, Thomas M. Significantly, her father is listed with birthplace: New York; and her mother was born: Pennsylvania. Wogoman married (2) , Nancy Lee Shoemaker, born , Mishawaka, St.You have done it without a touch, without a word, without a sign. Perhaps that is what being a friend means, after all. - Marie Greene, born 1911, died as a child / Marie Still-Birth Greene married Joseph Francis Haverstick, born Xenia, Greene, Ohio; (1910 Census - age 1m, born 1910) They had posterity. F., Cal., and there joined another RR and cut cordwood in Northern Cal. married (2) 02 June 1946, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, Lessette Bertha Chapin, born ; died , born , Xenia, Greene, Ohio; (1930 Census); died , Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico; [Social Security Death Date: February 1964]; Sgt. Louis Temple; LDS High Priest; residence: 1270 Oakhalt, Herculaneum, Missouri 63048; has 4 children; (two boys, two girls) and eleven grandchildren. I have heard my father say there forebearers came from Holland almost on the German border, but on the Holland side. Walter Thompson, born 1856, died 1919, aged 63 years. Joseph, Indiana; died , Niles, Berrien, Michigan; (Obituary); daughter of Robert Shoemaker and Sarah Brown They had posterity.So, they went very stiff and straight out and she couldn't close her hand.]; ]; at Bowersville [Nursing Home], Greene County, Ohio, USA. [He was 69 years of age as of , born Dodsonville, Highland County, Ohio; farmer, son of Martin Rector and his wife Mary Elizabeth Dove. Mary Elizabeth Greene was married once before; widowed, Mrs. Greene, were able to read, write and speak English. Greene was a Stone Mason, born Nov 1860, in Ohio; his wife is listed as Mary E Greene, born Dec 1867; both married 16 years; she, the mother of 5 children, of which 4 are living; [Research Note: At that time, Mary E. Dutch, it is thought that his parents came from Holland on the border of Germany between 1600-1799, and that Green was Gruen in Dutch. The repeated use of neder- or "low" to refer to the language is a reference to the Netherlands' downriver location at the mouth of the Rhine (harking back to Latin nomenclature, e.g. Germania superior) and the fact that it lies in the lowest dip of the Northern European plain.}] for Brown Township, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, sheets 201A and 201B, enumerated on , lines 39-40 and line 1 respectively; dwelling 124, family 129: Andrew Green, aged 25, M (male), occupation: Laborer, Birthplace: PA (Pennsylvania); Matilda Green, aged 20, F (female), Birthplace: PA (Pennsylvania); Mary J. Williams; (1930 Census - age 8, born 1922, in Michigan); (of Niles) - Lois / Louise [Linda] Williams; (1930 Census - age 6, born 1924, in Michigan); married _____ Donahue; (of Niles) - Betty J.
I love you, because you are helping me to make of the lumber of my life, not a tavern, but a temple. The family extends many thanks for the beautiful floral offerings and also appreciate the kindness and assistance of their neighbors and friends during the sad bereavement of their husband and father]; [Research Note: Death record differs from family records, in stating name as: Jacob Homer Greene, died , Xenia, Greene, Ohio; burial ; birth date given as , in Ohio, having no exact birth place recorded; he is correctly noted as stone mason, married, son of Andrew Green, father, born Pennsylvania; his mother, Matilda Thompson, also born Pennsylvania]; [Jacob Green, listed as an employee of the Hennessey Brothers & Evans Company, of Chicago, Contractors of the Green County Court House; , Xenia, O.; from Images of America, Greene County Ohio Time Capsule of 1901.];, were baptized at the same time and place, on 14 June 1908, in a creek at Xenia, Greene, Ohio, USA. California & there joined Whaler William Baylies Steam & Sail. Discharged at end of trip & went back to USA on a British Liner: White Star. - Kelly Martin Mc Kean, born , Riverside, Riverside, California; died , Florence, Boone, Kentucky;  - [Jesse Mc Kean; Shaun Mc Kean; Kade Mc Kean; (sons; all of St. I am not sure but I think I made a wrong statement, when I said it was Hazel and my Grandfather's brother, that had his ship that brought Tea from England, confiscated, when conflict came, but it was near ancestry, as Uncle Andy (Andrew) told Pearly." "Mother always claimed she was a Dunkard". My father, Jacob Hoover Greene, sometimes told stories of his youth using Dutch phrases, he learned as a child at home. ]; [Date: March 01, 1904; Location: Lexington, Kentucky; Paper: Morning Herald; Article Type: Historical Obituary; Title: Funeral of Mrs. Ma- ...] [Date: March 07, 1904; Location: Lexington, Kentucky; Paper: Morning Herald; Article Type: Historical Obituary; Sunday, February 28th, Mrs. Wogoman, born Aug 1932; married (1) Betty _____ They had posterity.Out of the works of my every day, not a reproach, but a song. They were the first ancestors of Thomas Milton Tinney, Sr. tried to work at copper mine at Bingham Canyon, Utah, but was on strike & went to work at cannery in Ogden, Utah. Sailed to Alaska area where nearly crushed in Ice Field off St. The ship traded with Eskimos along Siberian Coast, Holy Cross, Gulf of Anadyr to Dionedes in Bering Strait. Worked on two cattle ranches in Montana & Michigan. Sound where had Operators License to Cleveland Dis. George, Utah)] Pamela Jean Jump married (2) Leonard Robinson, Jr. "Mother of Bessie Wilson who was Jennie Dell Thompson, wife of Luther Andrew Green, son of Andrew & brother of Jacob Hoover Greene. As I know it, grandfather & mother were born in the Quaker part of Pa. Matilda Green, 72 years of age, died here after a lingering illness and was buried . .] A few years prior to this time, the widowed Matilda Green, was living [ 1900 Census of Xenia, Greene, Ohio. - [Nancy is survived by her stepdaughter, Pamela Hawkins of Niles] Ronald B.