Green name in Dickenson Franklin county New York late 1800’s

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My great grandmother is Lottie Pearl Barrett (Green) Gibbs (1895-1954) who married my great grandpa John Charles Gibbs (1894-1951) She was adopted by her grandparents Norman Barrett 1835-1918) and Charlotte Barrett (1835-1926) Her mother’s (Evalina Nora Barrett 1874-1897) parents. However she is of her father’s blood (she is William Charles Green’s daughter) and we have hit a brick wall with no further info on him. The area my Green family is from is Dickenson, Franklin County, New York, USA. This is where great grandma Lottie was born

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William C Green

 in the New York State, Marriage Index, 1881-1967

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Name: William C Green
Marriage Date: 7 Jun 1893
Marriage Place: Bombay, New York, USA
Certificate Number: 9947
Records Sharing Certificate Number:
Name
Eva Barrett
William C Green

Some confusion about the name change here:

William Green

 in the 1860 United States Federal Census

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Name: William Green
[William Willis
Age: 8
Birth Year: abt 1852
Gender: Male
Birth Place: Canada
Home in 1860: Chateaugay, Franklin, New York
Post Office: Chateaugay
Dwelling Number: 1734
Family Number: 1734
Attended School: Yes
Household Members:
Name Age
James Willis 70
Eliza Willis 25
Jessie Green 16
William Green 8
John Green 5
James Willis 1
 
 

William Willis

 in the Oxfordshire, England, Church of England Births and Baptisms, 1813-1915

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    Name: William Willis
    Baptism Date: 12 Apr 1868
    Baptism Place: Beckley, Oxfordshire, England
    Parish as it Appears: Beckley
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    Father: James Willis
    Mother: Eliza Willis

    So William was a son of Eliza's first husband.

    Eliza Green Willis

    Birth Aug 1821

    England

    Death 16 Jul 1916 (aged 94)

    Chateaugay, Franklin County, New York, USA

    Burial

    Ridgeway Cemetery

    Burke, Franklin County, New York, USA
    Memorial ID 57293140 · View Source

    Eliza, and her first husband, Mr. Green, and their 8 children, met James Willis and family when both families were enroute to the US. Mr. Green became ill, died, and was buried at sea. Not long after arrival in the US, Jane Willis became ill and died. James Willis married his second wife, Eliza Green. In spite of his age, James and Eliza had 4 sons, James, George, Henry, and Albert. Four of the eight Green children were: 2 daughters, Mrs. Thomas Underwood and Mrs. Charles Hill, and 2 sons, William Green and John Green.

    Eliza's name at birth was Nill

    Eliza Nill

     in the Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1938

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    Name: Eliza Nill
    Gender: Female
    Marriage Age: Minor
    Event Type: Marriage
    Marriage Date: 6 Nov 1843
    Marriage Place: Cheltenham, St Mary, Gloucestershire, England
    Parish as it Appears: Cheltenham
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    Father: John Nill
    Spouse: William Green
    Yes this is their marriage record but doesn’t show his parents names
    Thank you

    Betty do you know who is the parents for my great great grandpa William C Green? Is it William Green who married Eliza? I see the big age difference of Eliza Green age 25 and her 2nd husband James Willis age 70
    Wow thank you for this post!!!
    If you have patience and time check out nyshistoricnewspapers.org.  Use the Franklin county search term and the years you think would be covered. I found a record for Charlotte receiving honors in school in St. Regis.
    TIP: skip ALL of the Ft Covington paper references. Any references for William Green in most of the others in the 1930s and 40s in any paper.  There was a William Green, president of a labor union and a Secretary of ?? in the Roosevelt
    administration that made many articles that you can skip from that era.
    There are 15+ pages to go through but some of them are totally skipable.  The dates you know you need may not be there but take a look.    Good luck
    Her surname is actually Hill not Nill but this is her. Thank you
    Thank you for posting this resource I will definitely use this resource
    Need a date of death and death record any help is appreciated

    New discussion started as more info has been updated see g2g discussion  

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