Old Family Photos, Postcards & Memorabilia Contributed by Laura Greene

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Left:  This is a picture of Allen Greene, born 1776/9 in Rhode Island, died 1859 and is buried in Sardinia, Erie Co. Married Mercy Putman, daughter of George Putman of the Dutch Putmans.

Right:  Allen Madison Greene, son of Allen Greene and Mercy Putman, born 1812 in Cazenovia, died 1900 in Franklinville. Settled in Ellicottville in 1826 with his father Allen Green. Foreman for the Erie Railroad. Married Julia Holden, daughter of Arnold Holden and Patience Tanner.

Left:  Here is one picture of a farm (belonging to Burnett J. Greene, 1861-1933) just outside of Franklinville, I believe on the road leading to Ellicottville.

Right:  Here is the other picture of a farm (belonging to Burnett J. Greene, 1861-1933) just outside of Franklinville, I believe on the road leading to Ellicottville.

Left:  Farrar Residence of Machias

Right:  The Children of Arnold Holden and Patience Tanner who settled in Ashford in 1829. Picture taken in the late 1800s

Left:  Julia Holden, born 1823, died 1916 in Franklinville. Daughter of Arnold Holden and Patience Tanner, who came to Ashford in 1829.

Right:  Mercy Putman Greene, daughter of George Greene and Mary Polly Ferguson (of Mohawk Valley), born abt 1780, died 1872 in Franklinville, buried in Sardinia, Erie Co.. She married Allen Green(e) and settled in Ellicottville in 1826.

Left:  Olean High School 1903 Commencement Program - Cover
Right: Olean High School 1903 Commencement Program- Inside
List of Graduates

Left:  This is a picture of Postmaster Fay Perry Greene, Sr., in the Franklinville Post Office, 1916.Fay's great grandfather Allen Green(e) settled in Ellicottville in 1826.

Right:  Olean, New York Railroad - 1911 Post Card

Left:  1901 Music Program from the Olean School of Music

Right:  This is a picture of the Riley and Wands Building, (tall building on the left), now the Olean Business Institute, taken in the early 1900s in Olean.  Riley and Wands were one of the largest wholesale grocers in Western New York.

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