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John Green (abt. 1836 - 1863)

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Pvt. John Green
Born about in Pittsylvania, Virginia, United Statesmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died in Pittsylvania, Virginia, United Statesmap
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Categories: 38th Virginia Infantry, CSA US Civil War | 38th Virginia Infantry, Company E, CSA US Civil War.

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John Green was born in Pittsylvania, Virginia about 1836.

Parents Laban Green and Elizabeth Crane were married in 1823 in Pittsylvania, and in 1840, Laban is shown in Pittsylvania as head of house.

In 1850 in Pittsylvania, Virginia, John was living with parents Laban and Elizabeth Green:

Loborn Green M 62 Virginia Elizabeth Green F 49 Virginia

  1. James Green M 26 Virginia
  2. Margarett Green F 24 Virginia
  3. Elizabeth Green F 22 Virginia
  4. Nancy Green F 20 Virginia
  5. John Green M 14 Virginia
  6. Joseph Green M 11 Virginia
  7. Thomas Green M 9 Virginia

Out of chronological order, suggesting sister in law, nieces, nephew to John, and proven thus in 1860 census: Magary Green F 27 Virginia, Mary Green F 5 Virginia, William Green M 3 Virginia, Nancy Green F 0 Virginia

In 1860, John was living with brother James and his family(Magary of prior census, and children) in the Ringgold area of Pittsylvania:

James T Green M 35 Virginia Magara Green F 34 Virginia

  1. Mary E Green F 14 Virginia
  2. William L Green M 12 Virginia
  3. Martha J Green F 9 Virginia
  4. Nancy M Green F 7 Virginia
  5. James W Green M 6 Virginia

John N Green M 22 Virginia

John Green enlisted in Company E of the 38th Virginia Infantry on March 11, 1862, but he would fall ill and pass away at home in Pittsylvania on June 11, 1863. The Familysearch database gives middle initial A, while the 1860 census shows middle initial N.


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