John Green was born Jan 17, 1768, in South Carolina, son of Benjamin Green. The Greens ran a tavern in Chester Co, PA. They were an English Quaker family who immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1686. By the 1760’s and early 1770’s, they moved to Long Cane Creek in Granville, South Carolina.
Descendants of JOHN GREEN (1768-1837) Bibb County, Alabama with Genealogy Notes and Sources includes many of his descendants who settled in Bibb County, Alabama.
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Some of their children and descendants later settled in Alabama while others moved to Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas.
Descendant surnames include: ALLEN, ANGELL, ARNOLD, BATTLE, BIRDWELL, BLAKE, BOWMAN, CAFFEE, CARTEE, CHAMPION, CHURCH, CLARDY, COLBURN, COOK, CORLEY, CURT, DAVIDSON, DEASON, DERAMUS, EADY, ELLIS, FANCHER, FARRINGTON, FITCH, GEDDIE, GRIFFITH, HARRISON, HESTER, HUBBARD, JADIE, JAMES, JONES, KAGLE, KEESE, KELLY, KERR, KINNEY, KORNEGAY, LAMONT, LANGSTON, LAWLEY, LNU, LOWERY, LYNCH, MITCHELL, MORGAN, NICHOLS, OWEN, PARKER, PEET, PHELPS, PRATT, RANDOLPH, RAWLINSON, RAY, REACH, REED, REYNOLDS, RILEY, RUSSEL, SHERBERT, SHUTTLESWORTH, SMITH, STARR, STORY, THOMPSON, TIMBERLAKE, TROTT, TRUCKS, WARD, WILLIAMS,WOODS, WOOLLEY, WORTHINGTON, WALLACE, WHITFIELD, YEAGER, ZACHIE
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