1. FLINN, Wincy*
- GREEN, William Riley
- GREEN, Sarah+
- GREEN, James B.
- GREEN, John C.+
- GREEN, David J.+
- GREEN, Mary Priscilla*+
- GREEN, Dicy
- GREEN, Tabitha Ann
- GREEN, Joseph C.
- GREEN, Lively Jane
- Born: Abt 1790, Virginia?
- Marriage (1): FLINN, Wincy*
- Died: 13 Jan 1846, Montgomery County, North Carolina, United States 5233
- Buried: John Green Homestead, Candor, Montgomery County, North Carolina 5233
Noted events in his life were:
1. Census, 1820. The Montgomery county courthouse burned in 1835, so most records were lost including the 1820 Census. There are some partial records available from prior to 1835, but not much.
2. Census, 1830, Montgomery County, North Carolina, United States. John Green [maybe this one] (40-50), living with two M 5-10 [James, David], two M 10-15 [John, William], one F 5-10 [Mary], one F 15-20 [Sarah], one F 30-40 [wife Wincy], and two F 60-70 [unknown]. (Montgomery Co, P47)
3. Census, 1840, Montgomery County, North Carolina, United States. John Green (40-50), living with one M 5-10 [Joel], two M 20-30 [William, John], one F<5 [Lively], two F 5-10 [Tabitha, Dicey], and one F 10-15 [Mary Priscilla]. (Montgomery Co, P242) [Note that there is no matching entry for James (should be about 17) or David (should be about 16) nor for wife Wincy.]
4. Appearance in Document: Petition to divide slaves among heirs, Jan 1848, Montgomery County, North Carolina, United States. 1058 [My transcription, so probably some errors]
Petition Papers. State of North Carolina, Montgomery County, Court of Pleas & Q Spring Janueary Term 1848. The Petition of Wincy Green widow of John Green Decd. Henry Haywood & wife Sarah, William R. Green, James Green, John Green, David Green, Miles Haywood and wife Priscilla, Decy Green, Tabitha Green, Joel Green and Lively Green, the last named four infants under the age of twenty one years who petition by their next friend Wm. R. Green show unto your worships that as next of kin of the late John Green and as Dowry? of Sarah Flinn they are tenants in common and joint owners of twelve negroes names Sam, Viney, Elick, Aaron, Jim, Tamer, Fanny, Wiley, Joe?, Jerry, Hannah, and an infant the child of Fanny not yet named. They pray your worships to appoint them freeholders unconnected with your petitionrs by affinity or consanguinity to divide said negroes among your petitions as nearly coequally as possible and allot to each their shares in severalty and make report to by next court and as in duty bound your pentitions will ever pray.
It is ordered by the Court that the prayer of the foregoing petition of Wincy Green & others be granted and that Marlin Rush, Calvin Peacock and Dr. Joseph Ewing be appointed commissioners to divide the negroes mentioned in said petition among the tenants in common the petitions as near by coequally as possible and to allot to each one his or her share in severalty and make report to the next term of this court.
John* married Wincy* FLINN, daughter of John* FLINN and Sarah* GREEN. (Wincy* FLINN was born in 1797 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, United States,5232,5234,5235 died on 8 Feb 1866 in Columbia County, Arkansas, United States 5232 and was buried in Green Cemetery, Columbia County, Arkansas 5232.)