Volunteer to be the County Coordinator
for Greene County INGenWeb

Hello and welcome to the Greene County INGenWeb Project. If you have any material that relates to the genealogy and history of Green County, Indiana consider submitting for use on this web site or if you would like to adopt Greene County contact Denise Wells.

The Greene County INGenWeb Project was originally established for the goal of sharing genealogical and historical information to benefit all who have ancestors that live or have passed through this county. I would like to continue with that purpose of providing worthwhile genealogical and historical data for all who are interested in this county and to help someone else establish themselves as the county coordinator for this great county! Please read the Volunteer page for information about how you can help with our purpose and goals for the Greene County INGenWeb Project web site.

Green County, Indiana was established January 5, 1821 from Daviess and Sullivan counties. The county seat is Bloomfield. The county was named for General Nathanael Greene, who commanded the southern theater in the Revolutionary War, eventually forcing Charles Cornwallis to retreat to Yorktown.

Greene County, Indiana adjoins eight counties:
  1. Clay County (to the north)
  2. Owen County (to the north)
  3. Monroe County (to the east)
  4. Lawrence County (to the southeast)
  5. Martin County (to the south)
  6. Daviess County (to the south)
  7. Knox County (to the southwest)
  8. Sullivan County (to the west)