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John GREENLEE(S), d. 1814, PA

John GREENLEE(S), d. 1814, PA

Posted: 23 Dec 1999 5:27AM GMT
Edited: 27 Jun 2001 1:27PM GMT
I have a "brick wall" with John GREENLEE(S)who d. Apr., 1814, Somerset Twp, Washington Co., PA (will). In early land records the name was spelled Greenlees, but he'd dropped the final S by the early 1800s. He supposed was b. in Scotland and m. Jane/Jean there. Children: Alexander, James, John, Margret, Elisha and Joseph all shown in b. PA in later censuses. Many of his associates in PA seem to have come from MD, and the James Greenlees who took 1778 MD Oath of Fidelity may have been a brother. Anyone else working this line? GREERMAC@aol.com

John Greenlee/Greenley

Posted: 13 Jan 2000 2:30PM GMT
Edited: 7 Jul 2001 12:49AM GMT
I have a John Greenlee that marries in Westmoreland Co, Pa, who marries an Anna Marie Lieder in 1833. His approximate date of birth was probably around 1800-1813. His wife was born in 1797. Don't know if there is any relationship or not.

John GREENLEE(S), d. 1814

Posted: 3 Feb 2000 5:17AM GMT
Edited: 27 Jun 2001 1:27PM GMT
I have been unable to find connection of my John GREENLEE(S), d. Apr 1814, Somerset Twp, Washington Co., PA, to any of the other PA Greenlee families except through marriage of a granddaughter to Greenlee from another Washington Co. family identified as descendants of "Michael of Delaware" in the 1908 Greenlee genealogy. Book has been reprinted, but it's less expensive to bring it to nearest FHC on microfilm.

John Greenlee

Karen C. Greenlee (View posts)
Posted: 3 Feb 2000 2:15PM GMT
It appears that we are working on the same line, but you
are probably far ahead of me! I did some research a few
years ago, dropped it for awhile, and recently picked it
back up (a little -- just piddling, really) again.
Just thought I'd let you know --you would probably be
more help to me than I could be to you, but if you want
to "compare notes", just let me know.

GREENLEE - GREGG

Posted: 22 Feb 2000 4:51PM GMT
Edited: 5 Mar 2006 9:03PM GMT

My great, great grandfather was James Kerr GREGG born February 12, 1837
in Greene Co., PA. (His parents were Alford GREGG b. October 10, 1798
and Mary KERR.) They are all buried @ Laurel Point Cem., Carmichaels,
Greene Co., PA.

I am looking for information on the GREENLEE family, since Alford's
daughter, "Ann Eliza" b. January 24, 1826 married _____ GREENLEE. I
know that when James Kerr GREGG died September 10, 1911, she was living
in IL. This is all I know about Ann Eliza GREGG GREENLEE besides her
birth date: "survived by "Mrs. Eliza GREENLEE of IL".

Additionally, James Kerr GREGG served during the Civil War (1861-1864)
from Co. F. 1st Regiment PA Reserve Cavalry Volunteers. Does anyone
know if Eliza GREENLEE's husband was related to Samuel GREENLEE, who
served with James in his company and was killed in the Civil War?
Thank you in advance...Gail in NE Contact: sgferris@cconline.net

greenlee history

Posted: 6 Apr 2000 4:27AM GMT
Edited: 17 Dec 2005 11:57PM GMT
I,m not sure if I am really a Greenlee or not. My grandfather was James Eulan Greenlee from McAlister, OK. His Dad was also from Oklahoma (Indianola) I know that ALOT of the Greenlee family lives in Indiana because I went to a family reunion around the summer of 1996. It was just south of the Michigan and Idiana border, in a small town. My grandfathers brother, I believe, owned the property, it use to be a camping park. Anyway it was the first time I've seen my childhood Greenlees' from Oklahoma in years. Now I was talking to my grandfathers nephew and he use to travel and personally follow the Greenlee family tree. He followed it to Hollywood, Alabama. There is a possibility that My Great grandfather was adopted in the late 1800's by a family with the Greenlee last name. As he got older he met and fell in love with a YOUNG lady. Her family moved to Oklahoma and he followe them their. Later married her and had children...My grandfather and granduncles. If Mamma Pappa Greenlee sound familiar or "Big Mamma" ??? My name is James Douglas, My Dads is James Richard, my grandfathers is James Eulane. I remember as a boy John boy and a twin sister. this might sound like jiberish, but I want to know my people.

greenlee history

Posted: 6 Apr 2000 4:29AM GMT
Edited: 17 Dec 2005 11:57PM GMT
I,m not sure if I am really a Greenlee or not. My grandfather was James Eulan Greenlee from McAlister, OK. His Dad was also from Oklahoma (Indianola) I know that ALOT of the Greenlee family lives in Indiana because I went to a family reunion around the summer of 1996. It was just south of the Michigan and Idiana border, in a small town. My grandfathers brother, I believe, owned the property, it use to be a camping park. Anyway it was the first time I've seen my childhood Greenlees' from Oklahoma in years. Now I was talking to my grandfathers nephew and he use to travel and personally follow the Greenlee family tree. He followed it to Hollywood, Alabama. There is a possibility that My Great grandfather was adopted in the late 1800's by a family with the Greenlee last name. As he got older he met and fell in love with a YOUNG lady. Her family moved to Oklahoma and he followe them their. Later married her and had children...My grandfather and granduncles. If Mamma Pappa Greenlee sound familiar or "Big Mamma" ??? My name is James Douglas, My Dads is James Richard, my grandfathers is James Eulane. I remember as a boy John boy and a twin sister. this might sound like jiberish, but I want to know my people.
Posted: 25 Nov 2000 12:12PM GMT
Edited: 5 Aug 2006 8:36PM GMT
If you are married to Matt Greenlee, you are my cousin by marriage. You also have a daughter Taylor Lynn, (if you are married to Matt) Please email me. My mother is trying to update all of the family tree. If you are interested, I have the entire family tree which was done by Aunt Connie and my dad, Jerry Greenlee. Please email me at daller6@cs.com Hope to hear from you, Kathy Greenlee Daller, Spring Hill, FL
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