Jones (10/30/98) Researching Descendants of Asa Jones born 1783 Greene County, New York, married Abigail Wright born 1793 in Greene County. They probably moved to Gibson County, Indiana before 1855. I descend from their daughter Rebecca Moriah Jones born 1837 in New York. Gary E. Wood 13551 Sunset View Rd Poway, CA 92064 .
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Greene County, New York (Source: LandmarkHunter.com) History of the Valley of the Hudson, river of destiny, 1609-1930 Covering sixteen New York State Hudson River Counties, Volume I (Source: Internet Archive)
Greene County is located in southeast central New York State, just west of the Hudson River and south of Albany. The northern and eastern regions are mostly low-lying flatlands. Along the Hudson River the lowest elevation is at sea level.
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"The Greene Family and it's Branches"; by Lora S. LaMance; Mayflower Publishing Company, Floral Park, New York, 1904, p 47,48. "John Greene the Surgeon" John Greene emigrated from Salisbury, Wiltshire, England to Salem, Massachusetts on board the ship "James" 3 June 1635, a surgeon.
Greene County, Missouri was created on January 2, 1833 from Crawford County and Wayne County.The county was named in honor of Nathanael Greene (1742-1786), a major general of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War.
Other estimates place the total Tuscarora population at 1,000 in 1765, 2,000 in 1778, 1,000 in 1783, and 400 in 1796. In 1885 there were 828 (evenly divided between New York and Canada). In 1909 there were 364 in New York and a year later 416 in Canada, a total of 780. In 1910, 400 were reported in the United States and in 1923, 376 in New York ...