History of a Green Family Branch: From Puerto Rico to England; E Pluribus Unum Alex Green Rodriguez Author
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A compilation of an ancestry investigation of over 35 years by the author; beginning in the small Caribbean island of Puerto Rico thru the United States to England. A genealogical/historical trip that will take the reader from the Spanish American War thru all major wars of the United States; and how the Green family answered to the call and served proudly. The story of a proud family Green Tree planted by Sir Alexander De Greene De Boketon on 1202 at Northampton, Northamptonshire, England. The Old Greene Family Tree branches have extended to the new world strong as ever and full of great people. This book reports the details of 506 individuals, of whom 271 are male and 235 are female. Of the 386 individuals with recorded birth and death dates, the average lifespan was 59.61 years. Of these, 217 males averaged 62.56 years, and 169 females averaged 55.83 years. The longest living male was John Anderson Green (1847–1956), who died aged 109. The longest living female was Ruth Sevier (1783–1894), who died aged 111.

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