In Schuyler County, IL, Levin GREEN m. Martha STEWART from St. Louis, MO, and they settled on east bank of the Little North Fork in Ozark County in 1837; s/o Henry GREENE and Priscilla HUTTON of Schulyer County, IL; a Revolutionary War soldier. Levin's brother, George William GREENE, m. Sarah SPOONAMORE. His sister, Mary Permelia GREENE, m. James Daniel BOWLES.
1. George S. GREEN
2. Jesse GREEN
3. Phillip W. GREEN, Sr. (1825-1920) m. Margarette Mahala Ann BLAIR. A son, Phillip GREEN, Jr. b. 10 Sep 1852 Howell County, MO.
4. Pleasant Thomas "Tom" GREEEN
5. BENJAMIN F. GREEN
6. Amanda Prescilla GREEN m. Francis Marion COOPER.
7. Martha GREEN m. Aranaus Chastain "Chat" SALLEE (1811-1862), s/o Stephen SALLEE & Polly LOCKHART.
"Plats First Land Owners of Howell County, MO, shows a large number of GREEN families in the index." Possibly other children or descendents are:
1. Calvin GREEN
2. Charles F. GREEN
3. Eli H.L. GREEN
4. Emory W. GREEN
5. Fanny M. GREEN
6. James H. GREEN
7. John GREEN
8. Leamer R. GREEN
9. Louisa E GREEN
10. Lyman J. GREEN
"Ayers History" states that Levin GREEN was the second family in Schuyler County, IL; in 1814, he was licensed to preach in IL by Jesse Walker, presiding elder of IL. In 1823, Levin conducted the first church service at the HOBART cabin; on 27 Nov 1825, he performed the first marriage service for a niece, Elizabeth SPOONAMORE to Wm. Hobart TAYLOR, d/o George GREENE. In 1827, he performed the first burial service for the four yr. old son of Henry GREEN, Jr; From 1825-1829, Levin served as the coroner and laid out a road from Beards Landing." Martha d. ? in Texas County; Levin d. 1864 Texas County. He was a circuit minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church but later identified with the Protestant Methodist Church.