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By John Carroll Power

These biographies were submitted by a researcher and evidently abstracted from the 1876 History of Sangamon County, IL. Errors could occur, so one should always verify the correctness by obtaining copies of vitals and performing all necessary research to document what is contained herein.

GREEN, GEORGE, was born about 1800, in Lexington, Ky. He was married in Kentucky to Nancy Danley, and had three children there. They moved to Sangamon county, Ill., about 1830, and settled in what is now Clear Lake township, where they had four living children. Of their seven children--

ELIZABETH, born in Kentucky, came with her parents to Sangamon county, went to Missouri on a visit, and was there married to William Lee, and died there, leaving several children.

VIRGINIA died at sixteen years of age.

DANIEL M., born in Kentucky, died in Sangamon county, Oct. 27, 1861, unmarried.

MELINDA A., born in Sangamon county, married Cyrus Sponsler. She died Sept. 9, 1860, in Sangamon county, leaving one child, ALICE, who resides with her father, in Iowa.

GEORGE W., born in Sangamon county, married Lydia Turner, in Macon county. Mr. Green died March 5, 1874, leaving a widow and ten children at Harristown. G. W. Green was a soldier in the 10th Ill. Cav.

MARY S., born Oct. 6, 1839, in Sangamon county, married Sept. 2, 1860, at the residence of Rev. Albert Hale, in Springfield, to Henry P. Hankins, who was born Oct. 31, 1831, in Mercer county, N. J. They had four children. AMELIA T. and IDA MAY died in infancy. HENRY T. died Nov. 4, 1871, in his ninth year. IRVIN T. resides with his parents at Illiopolis. Mr. Hankins is a manufacturer of and dealer in cabinet furniture.

Mrs. Nancy Green died Oct. 9, 1839, and George Green died Nov. 17, 1862, both in Sangamon county. George Green was a soldier in the Black Hawk war.

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