Clement Greentree is an Anzac who served in World War One.
Cpl. Clement Greentree served in the Australian Army in World War I Service started: 1916 Unit(s): 13th Battalion, & 19th Battalion AIF Service ended: 1919
Clement was born in 1887. He is the son of David Greentree and Elizabeth F Horan. 
Clem served in WW1 as Corporal Clement Aubrey Greentree of the 19th Batt AIF and served in Germany Belgium & France, he was MIA for quite some time presumed dead. 
Clem was also an avid farmer in the Hawkesbury District. He passed away in 1962 after being struck down by a car in Windsor NSW near what was formally known as Tate's pub. 
BirthNSW BDM Index 24104/1887 GREENTREE CLEMENT A (parents) DAVID & ELIZABETH (WINDSOR)
MarriageNSW BDM Index 13592/1920 GREENTREE CLEMENT married CURL NELLIE (WINDSOR)
DeathNSW BDM Index 19529/1962 GREENTREE CLEMENT AUBREY (parents) DAVID & ELIZABETH FRANCES (WINDSOR)
World War 1 ServiceNational Archives Australia - Name Search GREENTREE Clement Aubrey : Service Number - 6523 : Place of Birth - Cattai NSW : Place of Enlistment - Sydney NSW : Next of Kin - (Father) GREENTREE David
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Clement by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Clement: