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Fred Frank Green (1861 - 1945)

Fred Frank Green
Born in Geauga County, Ohio, USAmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of [private wife (1900s - 1990s)]
Descendants descendants
Father of [private daughter (1920s - unknown)] and
Died in Crescent, Logan, Oklahomamap
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Biography

Fred was born in 1861 in Geauga County, Ohio. After the Civil War his parents moved the family to Mirabile, Caldwell County, Missouri where they lived for a time.[1] Around 1875 they moved again to Indian Territory (present-day Vinita, Craig County, Oklahoma) where they were tenant farmers for a man named Craig who held a head-right. In 1881 Fred's father died, and six months after that his mother died leaving him the oldest of 7 children, the youngest of whom was just a baby.

After the death of their parents in 1881-82 Fred and his sister Ella took care of the younger ones as best they could. They took the family to Kansas City where Fred worked first in a railroad roundhouse. He next ran a restaurant in the red light district. He was said to have been something of a gambler and a "wild 'un". He married here and had a couple of sons, but around 1888 he deserted his first wife and children, and took up with a young girl named Kate.

Fred was a "Sooner", one of the people involved in the Oklahoma land rush of 1889. [2] He homesteaded in Logan County, OK210 in what became the town of Crescent. His homestead application210 was for Lots 1 and 2 and the south half of the northeast quarter of Section 6 of Woodland Township (T17N, R3W)234.[3]

According to his daughter he owned mineral rights all over Oklahoma and was a fairly wealthy man. While in his seventies, he had two more children with his mistress Cleo Draper. Shortly before his death in 1945 oil was discovered on his land, but he didn't live to enjoy it. He died of a heart attack March 2 1945.[4]

He is buried in Crescent Cemetery next to his last wife Kate.[5]

Census Records

Fred can be found in the 1900 census in Woodland, Logan County, OK.[6]

In 1910 he was still in Woodland.[7]

By 1920 he was living in Crescent, Logan County, Oklahoma.[8]

And also in 1930.[9]

In 1940 he was still in Crescent.[10]


Sources

  1. "1870 U.S. census, population schedule," Mirabile Twp, Caldwell County, Missouri, National Archives microfilm M593, roll 763; page 11, dwelling 78, family 78.
  2. Frank F. Green Homestead File, Guthrie Land Office, Oklahoma Territory, Final Certificate #395, application #2760, application date 4 September 1894, patented 14 February 1895, Vol 1, page 365, National Archives, Washington.
  3. A Complete Directory of the Rural Homesteaders of Oklahoma Territory: 1890 Oklahoma Territory Directory, Giving the Quarter Sections, Township, and Range (The Lands Opened by the Run of April 22, 1889), Smith Publishing Co, 1890, transcript.
  4. "Obituary of Fred F. Green," Logan County News, Crescent, Logan County, Oklahoma, 8 March 1945.
  5. Find a Grave. https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=96557615 accessed 27 May 2017
  6. "1900 U.S. census, population schedule," Woodland, Logan, Oklahoma, National Archives microfilm, roll 1339; ED 140, page 10A
  7. "1910 U.S. census, population schedule," Woodland, Logan, Oklahoma, National Archives microfilm T624, roll 1260; ED 135, page 5A
  8. "1920 U.S. census, population schedule," Woodland, Logan, Oklahoma, National Archives microfilm T625, roll 1470; ED 48, page 11A
  9. "1930 U.S. census, population schedule," Crescent, Logan, Oklahoma, National Archives microfilm, roll 1912; ED 5, page 1A
  10. "1940 U.S. census, population schedule," Crescent, Logan, Oklahoma, National Archives microfilm T627, roll 3307; ED 42-5, page 11B


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