Who are the parents of Green-21698

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I am stuck at my ancestor, Bartlett Carter Green. He is my 3rd great grandfather. Thanks for any help!
WikiTree profile: Bartlett Green
in Genealogy Help by Kathy Jo Bryant G2G6 Mach 1 (15.2k points)
This is only a clue. There are 77 Green/Greene men in the 1790 South Carolina census. One of these is Bryant/Bryan Green who married Phoebe Carter.
Thank you, Eddie!

         I'll have to check this out!

Eddie, what about this person? He is living in NC, but maybe Bartlett's father lived there, prior to SC.


Bartolet Green

 in the North Carolina, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890


Name: Bartolet Green
State: NC
County: Caswell County
Township: Nash District
Year: 1777
Database: NC Early Census Index


Source Information

Ancestry.com. North Carolina, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.

Original data: Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp.. North Carolina Census, 1790-1890. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.


This database contains indexes to the North Carolina (U.S.A.) portions of the 1790-1870 U.S. Federal Censuses as well as indexes to 1812-1814 Muster Rolls, the 1840 Pensioners Lists, the 1890 Veterans Schedules, and other early censuses. Information contained in these indexes can include name, state, county, township, year of record, and name of record set. Learn more...

If no one else finds him, I can look for his spouse tomorrow. Maybe him. I do a lot in the South finding my slave ancestors and mostly I find white people keep names.  So middle name of your guy being Carter, I'd look for a Green man and a Carter woman for parents first then if not, a Green man who's mother was a Carter and he named his son Bartlet Carter Green. There's 99 per cent probable that a Carter female is a generation or two away.  

Anyway, if you don't find him send me a note and I'll look after work tomorrow for more clues

Light bulb !! If Bartlett born 1781 his dad was probably in the Revolutionary War.  Check SAR?



Thanks, Eddie! Also, I found a post saying he was from Scott and Washington Counties, in Virginia.
Bartlett Carter Green's wife was Susan Davis. They were married in Richmond County, GA in 1819. An interesting find, is that Bartlett's son, James E. Green, married a Louisa Jane Davis. She was a daughter of Rev. Elisha Davis and Sally Roe Powell. That was in Stewart County, GA, in 1824.
A male descendant of  Green - 21698, Bartlett Carter Green, has been Y-DNA tested. There are very few matches with the Green surname. Most matches have the Prendergast surname. Are there any others with this connection who have Y-DNA tested?

2 Answers

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1850 Census has Bartlet and Sousan Green.

Name – Census Year – Sex – Color – Birth Yr – State – House Number

Bartlet Green 1850  Male 69 White 1781 South Carolina 295

Sousan Green 1850 Female 57 White 1793 Georgia 295

James Green 1850 Male 29 White 1821 Georgia 295

John Green 1850 Male 25 White 1825 Georgia 295

Elizabeth Greenb 1850 Female 21 White 1829 Georgia 295

Ann Green 1850 Female 19 White 1831 Georgia 295

Bartlet Green 1850 Male 13 White 1837 Georgia 295

M W Green 1850 Male 12 White 1838 Georgia 295


"United States Census, 1850,"  Georgia > Stewart > Stewart county > image 43 of 212; NARA microfilm pub M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).
by Lex Green G2G Rookie (280 points)
Thanks, Lex! I am aware of this census record. However, I do not see anyone in this list old enough to be Bartlett's parent. Thanks for your response!
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Hello. My name is Jacob Green. I am a direct dependent of Joseph Green 1717-1775 Bute County NC. I am linked on family tree Y-DNA with a descendant of Bartlet Carter Green through the same haplo group of R-M198. I know that Joseph had 2 confirmed sons, William and my ancestor Josiah, who'd families all migrated to Georgia. William and Josiah did not have a son by this name but I am curious if you are descended from one of Joseph's brothers.
Hello Jacob!
        Thanks for responding! I would love to find out the answer to your question! Please private message me, so we can colaborate together with my other two matches who are working with me on trying to break down our brick wall!

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