I am a direct descendant of Captain Thomas Trueman Greenfield, and my late mother's name was Marguerite Delk (Elam) Whitney.Her own mother was Mattie Florence Pennington, the daughter of Philip Pennington and Virginia Greenfield, great granddaughter of TTG.After Mattie died in the influenza epidemic of 1919, my mother was raised by her grandparents, and for the first part of her life lived in Aarkland, the house built by TTG's son for his second wife, Jane H. Y. Dorsett.
Because it's so long, your best bet is to copy the whole string into the web address and click on "Go."I'll let you know if I find any more.
I have a beautiful green (naturally) book titled Greenfield, Colonel Thomas, Immigrant to Maryland, authored by James Vick.One general note, as you can see by the title, the Maury County, TN Greenfields lived in Maryland, where I happen to live, for several generations.
The good Captain was born in Prince Georges County, MD in 1744/5, married to Priscilla Beckett at St. James Episcopal Church in Anne Arundel County, MD 4/7/1782, moved first to Berkeley County, VA (now part of WV), then to Maury County, TN, where he died 11/15/1825 in the home of his son, Dr. Gerard Trueman Greenfield.
There are several pages of minutiae about the Captain in the book, and I would be glad to scan them and email them to you if you'll just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.