Here is more information about the William GREEN family.
Prince George's Co., MD, Indexes of Church Registers, Queen Anne Parish:Richard BUTT & wf. Mary had Richard, b. 11 Nov. 1703; Thomas, b. 29 Dec. 1705; Diana, 5 Feb. 1707/8; Mary, 2 Mar. 1709/10; Samuel, 10 Oct. 1712; Nicholas, 20 Oct. 1714.
Online file for William GREEN birth date not found, prob. ca. 1700, MD.He probably did not marry until later than 1723 because Diana would have been only fifteen then.Researchers have found great variations in the estimated dates of birth of their eight children, who were probably born between 1728 & 1753 (when the mother was 20 - 45).Keziah must have been the youngest child, since she did not marry until about 1785 and had several children.
The will of William GREEN was made 12 Nov. 1776, pr. 21 Mar. 1780.Land went to sons Regnal & Wm., personalty to wf. Dinah, & daus. Sarah, Mary, Kezeah, Elizabeth, & Dinah.He mentioned grandson William, son of son Joseph, decd.
Will of Dinah, wid/o Wm. GREEN, Book 3:492, Berkeley Co., VA, 6 Je. 1800 - 21 Feb. 1803: To dau. Sarah, wid/o Richard BUTT, and granddaus. Dinah, Susannah, & Ruth BUTT.To dau. Dinah, who m. Joseph DEAN, "if she comes for it."Widow also named son Regnal & decd. son Wm.,who left widow Mary who m. John BUTT.Grandson Isaac, ex.
William GREEN & family settled about four miles from what became Shepherdstown, VA.
Fairfield Co., OH, Marriages, GREEN:
John, 25 Je. 1807, Elizabeth HOLSBERRY
Requal [Regnal], 28 May 1806, Mary (MAXAN on license) MAXWELL.
Licking Co., OH, Partition Records:12 Jan. / 5 June 1829.Regnal GREEN vs heirs of Charles GREEN, decd., Two tracts, 160 acres SW corner Lot 33, Sec. 1, Twp. 3, R. 15, US Military tract deeded by George GREEN to Charles GREEN, 15 F 1810; also NW fourth of Sec. 4, same twp.Ch:Rebecca, wf/o Jesse HILE, Regnal, George, Ammon, Clarinda, William, Sarah, & Elihu, the last being a minor.
Regnal is believed to be the one who m1. ca. 1763; m2. 15 Jan. 1788, Berkeley Co., VA, by Hugh VANCE of Tuscaroras Presbyterian Ch., Sarah BUTT; m3. Mary MAXWELL,28 May 1806, Fairfield Co., OH.Since Regnal is credited with fathering up to sixteen children, it's not likely that he was the eldest child.He was probably about 25 at his first marriage and had son Jacob in 1793 and possibly Nancy in 1801, Berkeley Co.
Charles BILDERBACK was killed by Indians and his wife taken captive but ransomed.She was Ruhama, nee NICHOLS, who m2. 1791, John GREEN and moved to Lancaster, OH.
Will of John GREEN, 11 Je. 1831, Lancaster, Hocking Twp., Fairfield Co., OH.To eldest son William, second son John, and youngest son Rignal, coexs. with wf. if shechooses.To five daughters, Sarah, wf/o Wm. GREEN; Deborah, wf/o John WILLIAMSON; Delilah, wf/o Jacob GREEN; Susan, wf/o John GREEN; & Rhoda, wf/o Nehemiah SPRAGUE.
Will of Ruhama [NICHOLS BILDERBACK] GREEN, 22 Sep. 1840, Fairfield Co., OH.To my own daughter Martha [BILDERBACK], wife of William GREEN; to Debbe, wf/o John WILLIAMSON; to Deliah, wf/o Jacob GREEN; to Rhoda, wf/o Nehemiah SPRAG.To ten grandchildren, to Ruhama & to her husband Abraham WILLIAMSON; to Smythe, wf/o Allen GREEN; to John, son of E. [Ephraim]BILDERBACK; to Rhoda, dau/o Susan GREEN; to Thomas, son of William GREEN; to Calvin, s/o Rhoda SPRAG; to Ruhama, dau/o Deliah & Jacob GREEN; to David, son of Allen GREEN; & to Van, s/o Regnal GREEN.Jacob BECK, ex.
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Many Native Americans require at least one-fourth Native American ancestry for tribal membership, meaning that at least one grandparent of two great-grandparents had to be Native Americans.
--This is not my Green family.