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Green/Greene--Threlkeld--Jinkins/Jenkins and other connected families, ca. 1710-1950

Elizabeth Eiker Spurgeon
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1975
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

Notes

Microfilm of typescript and ms. collection (64 leaves : ill., facsims., ports.) at Pinckneyville, Illinois.

Richard Green, a native of New York State, was living in Perry County, Illinois, in 1830. He and his wife, Marcy, had four children. He died in Randolph County, Illinois, before 1 Mar. 1847.

Christopher Threlkeld, the immigrant, wrote his will in Northumberland County, Virginia, in 1710, in which he named his wife, Mary; four sons; and a daughter. The will was probated in 1711. A descendant, William H. Threlkeld (1790-1860) migrated to Perry County, Illinois.

Hiram Carrol Jinkins/Jenkins was born in Kentucky in 1816. He married 1) Orinda Engram/Ingram in Perry County, Illinois, in 1836. They had one son. He married 2) Juliet Thrilkeld Greene, widow of Ammi Sindai Greene, in Perry County, in 1841. They had ten children. He died in 1878 in Perry County.

Includes the Montague, Tangen, and other connected families.

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