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Mel Green

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Mel Green
Born 1930s.
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Bixler is the ancestry of my late wife's mother, who settled in Ohio, Indiana, and ultimately Michigan, Isaac Cleveland Bixler, my wife's grandfather, served in the Spanish American War in the Philippines. He died in White Pigeon, Michigan, and is buried in the cemetery there.
Greens are my father's roots. Although my father came to Michigan in the 1920's, his ancestry is from the mountains of Pennsylvania, as far back as the early 1800's. I have not been able to track them earlier, but I suspect that my heritage originated in England.
Hartland is my mother's family, who emigrated from West Bromwich, Staffordshire about 1880. Although they were coal miners in England, within two generations after emigrating to America they had become successful farmers and businessmen in Pennsylvania
My grandfather, Theodore Green, married Bertha Kelley in Renovo, PA, in the Pennsylvania mountains. As with the Greens, their roots trace back several generations, always in these mountains. As with the Greens, I have never been able to find the first immigrant, but I suspect that they came from England.
This is the genealogy of my late wife. Her ancestors prominently served in the militia during the Revolutionary War, and also in the American Civil War. Their ancestry traces to Bavaria. The earliest Weagley (Wegelein), was a Hessian mercenary for fought with the British during the Revolutionary War. His last battle was at Yorktown, Virginia, where General Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington. After the war, he chose to remain in America.
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On 2 Dec 2019 at 15:26 GMT Wendy (Skillings) Taylor wrote:

Hi Melvin

I am pleased to confirm you as a full member and welcome you to the WikiTree family. Your contributions will go a long way to joining the world’s trees together.

I would suggest starting with the New Member How-To pages, they will save you a lot of time and frustration.

Please add as much information as you can, as it all helps to turn a “name” back into a person. I hope you enjoy the site as much as I do.

Have fun collaborating on your Green, Hartland and Weagley ancestors

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