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Greenlee's in Mason Va or WVA

Bethany (View posts)
Posted: 4 Apr 2000 1:00PM GMT
I am looking for any Greenlees who may still live in or around Mason. My family came to America in this region. I am interested to know if any might have more info on my family. Thanks for any help. Chevfrek@aol.com

Maude May Greenlee

Posted: 29 Jul 2000 4:15PM GMT
Edited: 25 Aug 2001 2:06AM GMT
Maude May Greenlee was born in Promise City, Iowa and married James M. Morris. Maude was my great grandmother.

Maude is the daughter of Levi Thompson Greenlee and Sophia Miriam Everett of Pt. Pleasant, Mason, West Virginia.

Levi is the son of Sylvester Greenlee and Esther Hetty Barnett.

Sylvester Greenlee is the son of Robert Greenlee and Margaret Aleshire.

Robert Greenlee is the son of Alexander (or Edward) Greenlee and Anna (or Anne) Henry.

Alexander Greenlee is the son of James Greenlee, born in 1718 in Ireland. died March, 1785 in Lancaster Co., PA.

Re: Maude May Greenlee

Posted: 24 Apr 2002 6:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Ira Albert Greenlee was another son of Sylvester Greenlee. Sylvester was born in1817 in Mason County and died in 1900. He is buried in Promise City Cemetery in Wayne County, Iowa. Ira Albert Greenlee was born in 1851 in Jefferson County, Iowa and married Myra Jane Harris in 1873 in Peoria, Iowa. They are buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Lineville. Iowa. He is my Great grandfather.

Re: Maude May Greenlee

Posted: 24 Apr 2002 10:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Another relative found. Thanks for the reply.

Do you have any information on Sylvester's wife, Hetty Barnett?

Patricia

Re: Maude May Greenlee

Becky (View posts)
Posted: 25 Apr 2002 4:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have Hetty as follows: Esther Hetta (Hetty) Barnett was born in Mason county, WVA (VA ) March 9, 1820. She was married to Sylvester Greenlee on Jan.25, 1838 in Pt. Pleasant WV ( at that time-VA) They moved to Jefferson county, Iowa in 1850 where they stayed until 1852. They then moved to Wayne county, Iowa on a farm 5 miles from Corydon, IA. They lived there until1880. They moved to Promise City, IA. She had 15 children, 9 of whom were still living in 1894. She was a Baptist. She had an illness for more than 3 months, from which she died. She died in Dec. 19, 1894 at the age of 74 years, 9 months and 10 dyas. She is buried in Promise City Cemetery, Wayne County, Iowa.

This info is from the Wayne County Democrat, Corydon, IA dated Dec.27, 1894. Found this in a book Supplement to Wayne County, Iowa Cemeteries published in 1992.

Any info you have on the Greenlees would be greatly appreciated. Thanks - Becky

Re: Maude May Greenlee

Patricia Raff (View posts)
Posted: 25 Apr 2002 10:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Please contact me at patriciaraff@aol.com and give me your E-mail address. It is too much to put on the message board.

Patricia

Re: Maude May Greenlee

Pam Robinson (View posts)
Posted: 14 Oct 2003 6:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Reynolds; Fort; Shull; Griffith; Greenlee; Morris; See
I have someone in my data who might be your Sylvester's sister. Elizabeth Greenlee, of Mason Co., VA, married Harvey Reynolds in 1829. Harvey was a brother of my great-great-grandmother, Leah Reynolds, who married Bartholomew Fort. It appears that your Sylvester is about the same general age as Elizabeth, in the same county. Hope this helps, somehow!

Re: Greenlee's in Mason Va or WVA

Posted: 11 Feb 2005 4:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
My great-great grandmother was Susan A. Greenlee, from Mason Co. WV. Is there any connection to her & these other Greenlees mentioned in this post?? She married a Mattox.

Re: Maude May Greenlee

Posted: 17 Apr 2013 5:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
I saw that you were looking for information regarding Esther Hetty (or Hetta) Barnett? She is a relative of mine through her daughter Elizabeth Margaret Greenlee. I was trying to find out if there was any information regarding her parents? If you had any information I would greatly appreciate any help! Thank you! Alleine
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