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Arne H Trelvik

Matt Green

FRANKLIN - Matt Green, 82, Franklin, died en route to Middletown Hospital in an ambulance about 12:30 p.m. yesterday.  Mr. Green is survived by his wife, Ida; three daughters, Mrs. Opal Webb of Dayton and Mrs. Emogene Kleather and Miss Anna Green, both of Franklin; four sons, Witt of Franklin, Matt Jr., of Dayton, William of Richmond, Ky., and Bob of Franklin; three sisters, Mrs. Julia Maupin of Berea, Ky., Mrs. Laura Wilson of Dayton and Mrs. Flora Chasteen of Franklin.
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday to the Robert Eaton Funeral Home.  Burial will be in Springboro Cemetery.  Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today.
Mr. Green had moved to Franklin six years ago.  Previously he owned a farm near Duluth, Ky. and was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Richmond, Ky.

Source: The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Thursday, June 12, 1952

by
Vivian Combs Moon
6 November 2008

Mrs. N. A. Green

DIED—On Thursday the 12th inst., at Dayton, of cholera, Mrs. N. A. Green, relict of Wm. Green, dec., aged 68 years.

SourceThe Western Star, dated 20 July 1849 (obtained from the Ohio Historical Society, microfilm roll # 19249)

by
Judy Simpson
11 June 2004
 

Peter A. Green (1845-1902)

Peter A. Greene, son of Edward and Lydia Greene, deceased, was born on a farm in Franklin township, Warren Co., O, on July 1st, 1845, departing this life on Sep. 30, 1902. Aged fifty-seven years and three months.
He never married. He spent his boyhood at the place of his birth until the breaking out of the Civil War when he answered his country's call, enlisting in Co. A., 79th O. V. I., being mustered into service on Aug. 23rd, 1862. He served until the close of that great strife, being mustered out at Washington City at the close of the great review of '65.
He was the youngest of five children, a brother, Joseph, preceding him, leaving a brother and two loving sisters to mourn their loss.
Like every true soldier death's battle found him prepared, forgiving and forgetting all of life's harsh sufferings, with nothing but hopes and best wishes for those remaining, peacefully prepared to meet his God and those dear ones gone before, with a last word "Mother.

Source: "Obituary," Peter A Greene, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, October 16, 1902.

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Arne H Trelvik
26 Sep 2012

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