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John Marshall Greene

BirthMarch 1831 - Kanawha County, West Virginia, USA
Death1914 - Jackson County, West Virginia, USA
MotherMary Polly Jack
FatherGeorge Washington Green

Born in Kanawha County, West Virginia, USA on March 1831 to George Washington Green and Mary Polly Jack. John Marshall Greene married Margaret Ann Keener and had 13 children. He passed away on 1914 in Jackson County, West Virginia, USA.

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Parents

George Washington Green
1808 - 1900
Mary Polly Jack
1808 - 1880

Spouse(s)

Margaret Ann Keener
1842 - 1920
Mary Angeline Keener
1859 - 1936
Rachel Charlotte Casto
1834 - 1886

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Solomon Green
1870 - 1943
Thomas Green
1866 - Unknown
William Jasper Green
1869 - 1938
Melissa Green
1865 - 1939
Mary Green
1862 - Unknown
Sabina C Green
1882 - Unknown
Lucy Ann Green
1878 - 1957

Henry Edward Greene
1852 - 1930
Eliza Jane Green
1859 - 1936
Virginia Bell Cleek
1852 - 1927
Columbus Green
1869 - 1883
Sarah E. Green
1856 - 1929
Columbia Alice Green
1869 - 1934

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