Green, Elizabeth

Birth Name Green, Elizabeth
Gender female
Age at Death unknown


Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 19:31:22 -0800
To: "Norma Lundgren" <>,
Subject: Elizabeth Green d/o James Green and Charity Hagan
I Made an exciting find.. .
Elizabeth d/o James Green and Charity Hagan did not marry Wm Thompson, as thought by her father's will and admin acct.

Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 7:125
Green, James, Sr., Prince George Co., 14th Feb., 1727-8; 17 Feb., 1734.
To dau. Mary Bowlin and hrs., 200 A. of "Strife," where Daniel Clark now lives, rent of sd. land to wife during her widowhood.
To son James and hrs., 300 A. of "Strife;" and personalty.
To son William and hrs., residue of "Strife."
To son Roger and hrs., 1/2 of "Air" and "Cowpen."
To dau. Elizabeth Thompson and hrs., other half of "Air," provided wife receive yearly rent of both parts during her widowhood.
To wife Charity, extx., daus. Ann, Eleanor, Charity, Jane, Sarah and Margaret, residue of personal estate divided equally.
Test: George Noble, Edward Edelen, John Harris. 21. 313.
James Green 14.259 A PG £110.17.5 £156.5.11 May 23 1736
Payments to: James Green, Thomas Marshall, George Alderes, Danniell Dulany, William Simpson who married a daughter (unnamed, her portion), Thomas Gilpin who married a daughter (unnamed, her portion),William Thompson who married a daughter (unnamed, her portion), widow (unnamed).
Distribution to: widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to (3 orphans) Joan, Sarah, Margarett.
Executrix: Mrs. Charity Green.

But she did marry Wm's bro. Thomas Thompson d. 1755? Perhaps Wm m. another Green dau. But the error possibly lies with the transcriber who got it wrong, transposing Wm for Thomas..

See the land deed...
At the Request of James Green the following Deed was Recorded March 1st: 1758
This Indenture made the first day of March in the Year of our Lord one thousand Seven hundred and fifty Eight Between Jno Thompson Son & heir to Thomas Tompson of Prince Georges County in the Province of Mary:d Planter of the one Part and James Green Senr of the County & Province afsd Planter of the other Part Witnesseth that the sd. Jno Tompson for and in Consideration of the sum of Ten thousand Pounds of Tobo to him in hand Paid or Secured to be Paid by the said James Green the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged Hath Given Granted Bargained Sold Aliend Enfeoffed Confirmed and Made over & by these presents doth for Himself his heirs Give Granted Bargained Sold Alien Enfeoff Confirm and Make over unto the said James Green his Heirs and Assigns forever all that Part of a Tract of Land Called Providence that Lies on the south Side of Stoddarts New Road also Part of a Tract of Land Called Aix it Being Moiety of the said Tract Willed by James Green Deceased to his Daughter Elizabeth Tompson both the above Parcels of Land Lying in Prince Georges County with all and Singular the Improvements Conveniences and Advantatges thereon or thereto belonging or in any wise Apertaining to have and to hold the above Mentioned two Tracts of Land and Premises afsd with the appertenances unto the said James Green his heirs and Assigns and to no other use Intent and Purpose whatsoever and ye said Jno Tompson doth for him self his Heirs Exrs Adms Covenat Promise Grant and agree to and with the sd James Green his Heirs and assigns that the said Jno Tompson and his Heirs the two above Ment: Tracks afsd and Premises with the appertaenances freely and Clearly Acquited Exonerated and Discharged of and from all former and other Gifts Grants Bargains Sales Joyntures Dowers Statutes Recognizances Judgments Executions Extents Wills Intailes and of and from all other Incombrances Whatsoever the Rent from hence to become due to the Lord of the fee only Excepted unto the said James Green his Heirs and Assigns forever from and against the sd Jno Tompson his heirs and Assigns and from and against all other Persons whatsoever well and truly Warrant and forever Defend In Testamony Whereof the said Jno Tompson hath hereunto Set his hand and Seal the day & Year afsd Jno Tompson seal
Signed Sealed and Delivered in the Presents of : J Hepbur, Benj: Brookes
On the Back of which Deed was Thus Indorsed Mary:d Ss 1758 March 1st Then did Jno Tompson Party to the within Deed Acknowledged the same & Premises Therein Mentd to the within Named James Green According to the Directions of and Act of Assembly in Such Cases Provided and Sarah Tompson wife of the sd Jno Tompson being Examined a Part from her said husband declared that She Volentaryly Relinquished her Claim and Right of Dower of in and to the said Land and Not by Compulsion of her said Husband or for fear of his Displeasure Taken and Acknowledged Before J Hepburn
1758 March 1st Then Rec'd of Mr James Green ten thousand Pounds of Tobo being the Consideration within Mentd John Tompson Witness J Hepburn Benja Brookes
1758 March 1st Recd of James Green five Shill: & five Pence Ster.g for an Alienation fine on the within Land Supposed to Contain one hundred thirty five acres by order of the Honble Edwd Loyd Esqr A Gent for the Right Honbl the Lord Proprietary of Maryd. J Hepburn


Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth about 1709 King George’s Parish, Prince George’s Co, MD    


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Green, James Francisfrom 1657 to 1659before 1734/5-02-17 (Julian)
Mother Hagan, Charityabout 1675before 1754-10-25
    Sister     Green, Mary about 1701 1790
    Brother     Green, William about 1705
    Brother     Green, James, Jr. about 1705 1776-08-13
    Brother     Green, Roger about 1707
         Green, Elizabeth about 1709
    Sister     Green, Anne about 1711
    Sister     Green, Eleanor about 1713
    Sister     Green, Charity about 1715
    Sister     Green, Jane about 1717
    Sister     Green, Sarah about 1719 1814
    Sister     Green, Margaret about 1721 1820


Family of Green, Elizabeth

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Family of Green, Elizabeth

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