David Greentree married Elizabeth Horan on August 13, 1878 in St Matthew's Roman Catholic Church, Windsor, New South Wales, Australia. 
David was also baptised as a Roman Catholic in this same year.
David Greentree passed away on April 18, 1929 in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia. 
MR. DAVID GREENTREE, a well-known and highly-respected Hawkesbury na- tive, passed away at his daughter's resi- dence in Windsor on the 18th instant, at the ripe age of 75 years. A native of Lower Hawkesbury, the deceased was a son of the late Thomas Greentree, one of the early pio- neers of the district. At the age. of 22 years he was married in 'Windsor to Miss Eliza- beth Frances Horan, a member of another well-known Hawkeshury family. Mrs. Green- tree passed away some years ago, and the surviving children are: — Edwin G. (Killar- ney), Linda C. (Mrs. J. V. Ryan, Windsor), Clement and David. The remains were laid to rest in St. Matthew's Catholic cemetery, Windsor, on Friday, Rev. Father Galvin of- ficiating at the graveside. Mr. Chandler car- ried out the funeral arrangements.
David was buried in the Horan Family Plot of the St. Matthew's Windsor Roman Catholic Cemetery, Windsor, New South Wales, Australia.
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↑ Information Entered by Paul Curran on Wednesday, June 17, 2015. Replace this citation if there is an updated source.
↑ New South Wales - Births, Deaths, and Marriages - MARRIAGES - On-Line Index 5166/1878 | GREENTREE | DAVID | HORAN | ELIZABETH F | WINDSOR
↑ New South Wales - Births, Deaths, and Marriages - DEATHS - On-Line Index 6796/1929 | GREENTREE | DAVID | THOMAS | SARAH | WINDSOR
↑TROVE - Windsor and Richmond Gazette, Friday 26 April 1929 - Obituary of David Greentree
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