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The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . an.Cary^. m. a Knapp. He had two daughters, one of whom was Mrs. Adsit.Caleb, ra. Matilda Parks. They had several daughters and a son George.Solomon, m. Betsey Buckbee. Eight children lived to marry. I haverecords of these. Jane Ann Briggs-Cook, 1827-1876 ; m, Theodore A. Cook. He wasof Quaker stock, and German descent, the name originally being Cook-ingham. A son of Jane A. is A. T. Cook (.Augustus Theodore), thewell known seedsman and flower-grower of Hyde Park, N. Y. Catherine Briggs-Eckert, m. Nelson Eckert of Greene descent.Their

The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . an.Cary^. m. a Knapp. He had two daughters, one of whom was Mrs. Adsit.Caleb, ra. Matilda Parks. They had several daughters and a son George.Solomon, m. Betsey Buckbee. Eight children lived to marry. I haverecords of these. Jane Ann Briggs-Cook, 1827-1876 ; m, Theodore A. Cook. He wasof Quaker stock, and German descent, the name originally being Cook-ingham. A son of Jane A. is A. T. Cook (.Augustus Theodore), thewell known seedsman and flower-grower of Hyde Park, N. Y. Catherine Briggs-Eckert, m. Nelson Eckert of Greene descent.Their Stock Photo
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The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . an.Cary^. m. a Knapp. He had two daughters, one of whom was Mrs. Adsit.Caleb, ra. Matilda Parks. They had several daughters and a son George.Solomon, m. Betsey Buckbee. Eight children lived to marry. I haverecords of these. Jane Ann Briggs-Cook, 1827-1876 ; m, Theodore A. Cook. He wasof Quaker stock, and German descent, the name originally being Cook-ingham. A son of Jane A. is A. T. Cook (.Augustus Theodore), thewell known seedsman and flower-grower of Hyde Park, N. Y. Catherine Briggs-Eckert, m. Nelson Eckert of Greene descent.Their married children are William H. Eckert, and Mrs. Sarah E.Smith of Brooklyn. Both have children. Henry Jonathan Briggs. m. Mariette Underhiil. One son, Henry S.Abigail Briggs-Cookingham, m. George W. Cookingham.Elias N. Briggs. Had one daughter, Mrs. Imogene Butts.Isaac Briggs. Children, Thomas, Elizabeth and Sarah.Elias Briggs. third and remaining son of Caleb and Abigail, was b. Aug.10. 1775 ; d. March 3, 1837. His wife was Catherine Campbell Livingston. ^be (Sreene Jfamil^ 135 of Scotch descent on her mothers side. Her father was lineally descendedfrom the fifth Lord Livingston, a guardian over Mary, Queen of Scots. ThisLords grandson, Rev. John, was a Cromwell sympathizer. Charles II ac-cordingly banished him in 1663. His son Robert, b. 1654, while yet a Udcame with Holland neighbors to N. Y. He bougiit of the Indians 160, 000acres of land on the Hudson River, which George I confirmed in a grant.The American members of the family have ever been noted for their brainpower. Elias Briggs was an extensive land owner. It is quite probable thatsome of this land came by his wife, as the Livingstons had lands and to spare.She is said to have exhibited the family talent and sterling worth. Elias and Catherine had II children. William and Robert never married.Walter settled in Ohio. Nancy became (i) Mrs. Jonathan Evans, and (2)Mrs. Daniel L. Halsey. She had 7 children. Athaline m. Joh

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