George W. was my grandfather and his son Burnice was my father.
As best as I can determine so far, William's father was named James and William had at least two brothers that lived in Franklin County, Tennessee at one time: Lewis and James Jr.
It appears that James Jr. stayed in the Franklin/Coffee County area and Lewis moved to Monroe/Polk County, Tennessee and then to northern Arkansas.I am still following up on them.
William married Elizabeth Tarwater in about 1818 probably in Franklin County, Tennessee.She was the daughter of Lewis Tarwater and Nancy ?.Elizabeth died between 1840 and 1850.Since William and the rest of his family (except Willis L.) moved to Union County sometime in the 1840s, I am not sure whether she died in Tennessee or Arkansas.
Elizabeth's parents moved from Franklin County to Ray County, Missouri about 1830 and both died there. It appears the Tarwaters were originally from Germany, then Pensylvania and then Tennessee.I believe Elizabeth's ancestor was a Jacob Tarwater who settled in the Knoxville area around 1787.
William Greenlee, his son William P, son James, and daughter Mary Ellen Cates are all buried in the Cobb cemetery in Union County, Arkansas.We just visited this cemetery a couple of weeks ago.It is right off of US Hwy 167/63 about 4 miles north of Junction City which is on the Louisiana border.James Greenlee and Henry Cates (Mary Ellen's husband) owned land in that area.There is a little community north of the cemetery named Catesville.
John T. Greenlee and his father-in-law Frederick Brazzel owned various parcels of land in Union Parish 3 to 4 miles south and southeast of Junction City.
There are several unmarked graves at Cobb Cemetery close to the Greenlees.Since it is less than 8 miles from where John T. and Frederick lived to Cobb Cemetery, I suspect John T. is buried there. There are no records of him being buried elsewhere.