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RM2AKN6TX–The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . Seal of John Greene Seal of Ralph Greene Dravtou and Mauduif Arms Drayion and Mandiiit Anns 1 3 X .f / -- - -- _ Seal of Ralph Greene Greene and Mandiii/ Arms SEALS OF THE SONS OF THE BEHEADED SIR HENRY GREENE iPhotidmtihca iruhi HalsUuirs Gcni.(h«jii tninUd in 13SZ). TOMB OF SIR RALPH GREENE, SON OF THE BEHEADED LORD GREENE
RM2AKMX24–The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . D. 503 whenthe Irish army crossed the North Channel in their skin boats, and landedin what is now Argyleshire, Scotland. Fergus went forth prepared both toconquer and to colonize. He had his priests and his Seanachaidhe^ menskilled in herbs and remedies. He had his bards, one set of which chanted ^be 6reene jTaniil^ 267 the laws, and one the chronicles of the nation. These were his harper-her-alds, that led his army into battle. He had, as his rank required, his OelamhFila^ the Master Poet, whose office requires him to know three hund
RM2AKN7TE–The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . s all but a sacred institution. Nor is it an easy matter toaccount for the real heirs consent to relinquish his birthright, and let theyounger son take the major part of his fathers estate. Hard to under-stand as may be, it was exactly what was done. It took a long timeto get around the cumbersome red-tape of English administration of Englishlaws. The I^ord Chief Justices many estates had to be broken up, one byone, and re-entailed. It was in 1352 that he purchased Greenes Norton,—apart of the consideration by which Lord Thomas surren
RM2AKN8E0–The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . Henry Greeneshead for no other crime than having been a good serant to his lawful king,he made every Greene a Yorkist to the marrow of his bones. If they saved their lives, they suffered other ways. Their estates wereraided, and the Lords sometimes mulcted for large sums of money. KingHenry the VII, who never forgot he was of Lancaster, even though the Warof the Rosen was a thing of the past, had the meanness to throw the lastLord Greene into prison in 1506 on a charge of plotting treason. The in-firm old man was then so near death t
RM2AKN0R5–The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . dadventuresome Hugenot blood, once so plainly shown in the Pierce andKing mariners and Buccaneers. Mr. Baldwin is a member of the NationalGeographical Society and of the New York Yacht Club. In 1893-4 he was with Pear^s North Greenland Exposition as istMeteorologist. In 1897 he visited Spitzbergen, as a volunteer to accompanyAndree in his voyage toward the North Pole, but the unfortunate Andreeand his two comrades taking advantage of a favorable wind, got away short-ly before Mr. Baldwins arrival at the balloon station. In 1898-9 he
RM2AKN0AW–The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . a promising opening. The wealthy church atNewport gave him their first church building, a substantial and sightly edi-fice. It was taken to pieces, loaded on sloops, and carried to Cowesit, thenrebuilt. It proved a great disappointment to the good doctor, who couldnever build up much of a following. He saw more results with the new-comers than with any of the other French settlers. These last gladly availedthemselves of church privileges. July 16, 1741, Dr. McSparran baptized all the children but Grace. Shehad been baptized in France.
RM2AKN20E–The Greene family and its branches from A.D861 to A.D1904 . ngabove all others. Its first pastor, 1765-1770, was Rev. Timothy Greene, anephew^ of Hannah Greene-Andrews. This church of small beginnings grew to have a continent-wide fame.It had, at one time, the largest membership of any country church in theUnited States, and at stated times has yet a congregation that any citychurch might be proud of. The first church building was outgrown, andsold in 1797. Elnathan Andrews gave a lot across the road from the oldchurch, and donated timber for a new building. This church is as unlikean ordinary
RM2AKMXBM–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