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The nine Greene sisters of Benton County, Arkansas

by Jack McNeil
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Parkin, Arkansas : J. McNeil, c1992
138, 8, [32] p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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The Greene family lived in Hancock Co., Tennessee until 1886 when they migrated to Benton Co., Arkansas. Family of Jesse J. Greene (1856-1916), son of Alfred Greene and Mary "Polly" Berry, who was born in Hancock Co., Tenn. He was married to Catherine Buttry (1867-1915) in 1880 at bride's home near Sneedville, Tennessee. She was also born in Hancock Co., Tenn. They were parents of nine daughters, oldest born in Tennessee and the rest in Benton Co., Arkansas. Descendants and relatives lived in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Arizona, Tennessee, California, Vermont, Illinois and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Buttry, Brown, Buttram, Foster, Godt, Greene, McNeil, Patterson, Hall, Kellar, Rice, Sharp, Tolin, Trent, Troy, Vansandt, Webb and allied families.

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