I'm not related, but love a mystery. She has such an unusual first name, but a very common maiden name......SMITH.
I read one of your other posts and started a search for Gwyneth Alvaritta Green (more unusual names !) on:http://www.familysearch.org/eng/default.asp
Gweneth Alveta Green born 1 May 1909, died 27 Aug 1974 - burial New Era Cemetery
Father - Alba Edward Green born 20 Feb 1873, died 10 Mar 1936 - burial Shelby Cemetery
Mother - Margaret Danola McWilliams born 24 Jun 1877 Kent County, marriage 3 Jun 1894, died 4 Aug 1937 - burial Shelby Cemetery
Parents of Alba Edward Green -
David Green born 1834 Welland, Ontario, Canada, died 7 Oct 1890
Malitha Smith born 20 Aug 1847, died 9 Jun 1917
Parents of Margaret Danola McWilliams -
Note: a lady from Michigan has researched this family and you can order CDs from the above site.
Household Record 1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
David GREEN Self M Male W 46 CAN Farmer CAN PA
Melitha GREEN Wife M Female W 34 CAN Keeping House CAN CAN
Alba E. GREEN Son S Male W 7 MI CAN CAN
Melitha GREEN Dau S Female W 3 MI CAN CAN
Census Place Shelby, Oceana, Michigan
Family History Library Film 1254599
NA Film Number T9-0599
Page Number 527A http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.webber/935/mb.ashx?pnt=1
Malitha Smith Green Webber
Posted by wiohsito 11 Jan 2007 10:47AM
Malitha Smith was born in Welland, Canada, on the 20th day of August, 1847. Died in Whitehall on the 9th day of June, 1917, at the age of 70 years 9 months 20 days.
She was married to David Green in 1871 and moved to Shelby, Mich., shortly after. Mr. Green died on the 7th day of October, 1890 and she was married to Merrill E. Webber on the 28th day of September, 1908.
Deceased leaves to mourn her loss, her husband, Merrill E. Webber; one son, Alba Green, of Muskegon; one daughter, Mrs. Ray Forbes of Whitehall; two step-sons, Warren E. Webber of Muskegon and Edward I. Webber of Shelby; one brother, Alby Smith of Flint; five sisters, Mrs. Almeda Lambert and Amanda Lobdell of Flint, Mrs. Nancy Richardson of Dakota, Mrs. Ada Morningstar of Shelby, and Mrs. Anna Baker of Scottville; thirteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild, besides a host of other relatives and friends.
The funeral services were held at her late home Monday afternoon, Rev. U.S. Villars, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. The body was shipped to Shelby by the 6:45 pm train and burial service was held in that village Tuesday morning at ten o'clock.
Pub in "The Whitehall Forum" (Whitehall, Michigan) June 14, 1917
Please re-check all my dates as I was unable to copy and paste the info from familysearch.org.