The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . mother inher deed to him in 1794 is called Elizabeth Hayward. Emigrant Thomaswas a Deputy, or as we now say. Representative to the Old Plymouth As-sembly. Two of his sons fought in King Philips War. A daughter,Dorothy, was captured with others, by the Indians in 1675. She had onceshown a special kindness to an Indian boy. Her captors put her compan-ions to death, but treated her kindly because of the past, and finally sent herback to her family. This incident illustrates a family trait. Great kindliness of heart be-longed to them. The

The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . mother inher deed to him in 1794 is called Elizabeth Hayward. Emigrant Thomaswas a Deputy, or as we now say. Representative to the Old Plymouth As-sembly. Two of his sons fought in King Philips War. A daughter,Dorothy, was captured with others, by the Indians in 1675. She had onceshown a special kindness to an Indian boy. Her captors put her compan-ions to death, but treated her kindly because of the past, and finally sent herback to her family. This incident illustrates a family trait. Great kindliness of heart be-longed to them. The Stock Photo
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The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . mother inher deed to him in 1794 is called Elizabeth Hayward. Emigrant Thomaswas a Deputy, or as we now say. Representative to the Old Plymouth As-sembly. Two of his sons fought in King Philips War. A daughter, Dorothy, was captured with others, by the Indians in 1675. She had onceshown a special kindness to an Indian boy. Her captors put her compan-ions to death, but treated her kindly because of the past, and finally sent herback to her family. This incident illustrates a family trait. Great kindliness of heart be-longed to them. They were a quiet family, talking but little, and neverpushing themselves forward. Nevertheless, their substantial qualities alwaysbrought them to the fore. The prevailing disposition of the family is yetof this type. Lieut. Thomas had a son Deacon Josiah. One of the Deacons sons wasJoseph, born 1673. ^^ moved to Wraynham, Mass., and his sons againscattered, so as to be difficult to trace. It is thought that one of his sons was Ephraim, born 1716, who lived. ^be 6reene jfamil^ 1S5 for a time at Braintree, ^ilass., and from there, still a young man, came toR. I. Ephraira married Tabitha Hill, * thus bringing in a strain of Lascelle-Wardwell, Waite and Hill blood, for which see Appendix. Ephraims wifedied when he was ^;i. He died lo years later, Ang. 9, 1759, leaing Ephraim, Jr., and two other sons. Ephraim, Junior, m. Elizabeth Myers, April 12, 1764. They had 5children, of whom the youngest was our Capt. John who married ElizabethKing. His family have always been very proud of him. He was a manof rectitude and influence, and was honored in many ways. He wascommissioned a Captain in the State JMilitia in 1806, and was ever afterwardscalled by that title. To him and his wife were born nine children, one ofwhom died at birth, and is not named in nn- list. Three adults of this familynever married. OLIVER HOWARD^ [Elizabeth, Deborah Greene-King, JamesGreene^ John of Bristol, Lieut. James

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