Hazel Kathleen (Greene) Tinney was born 13 June 1900, Xenia, Greene County, Ohio, USA; [For the record, There is some confusion regarding Hazel's given name]; died , Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA; second marriage, DIRECT DESCENDANT: . - Mary Ann Haverstick, born , Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; died , Columbus, Franklin, Ohio; buried - Clara Greene, born 1915, lived about 4 hours. Greene, born Sep 1917, Xenia, Greene County, Ohio; (unty, Ohio Birth Records, Vol. Worked on the railroad in the dining car & was in Indian Terr. [mikerose.com] - Dennis Keith Rose (1954 - 1995), born , Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio: died , Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, born , Xenia, Greene, Ohio; died (divorced), in Ohio. They were what father laughingly call them: "Slop-bucket Dutch, sometimes low Dutch, explaining high Dutch was German, low Dutch was Holland D. Walter Thompson, born 1856, died 1919, aged 63 years. It is unreasonable for this man to have had five children, prior to having "passed away , in Springfield, Mahoning, Ohio", at the age of twenty years, especially as his given (1) wife, Elizabeth O'Bannon is born in 1850; married (2) Melissa O'Bannon.He was born 26th Aug 1905, Berry, Harrison, Kentucky, USA; died , Sacramento County, California, USA. 2, pages 118-119, actually has name recorded as John T. Greene] born , Xenia, Greene County, Ohio; (1940 Census); died ; HAZEL KATHLEEN GREENE TINNEY HISTORY BOOK pg 10; [Ran away from home at 15 years old. Joined circus at Edwardsville, Illinois and quit in Abilene, Kansas and joined another circus & traveled through Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, & Indian Terr., &c. Father told about him & a brother killed a little pig, roasted in the woods. His alleged first wife would have born five single children before she, herself was age 17.The town was named after George Washington, who traveled through the area several times during the American Revolution, and proverbially slept in New Preston in 1781 . Local residents provided a safe harbor for slaves fleeing captivity, and organized efforts to throw bounty hunters off the tracks of their pursuits. Arcadian Movement.Major William Cogswell, son of Edward Cogswell, was elected the town's first selectman. Early in the 19th century, small mills and factories proliferated along the Shepaug River in present-day Washington Depot, which came to be known as Factory Hollow. Gunn, the abolitionist founder of the Gunnery prep school, opened America's first summer camp in Washington . The arrival of the Shepaug Railroad in Washington in 1872 introduced rail service to New York City, which brought an influx of new visitors.
Washington was incorporated in 1779, with lands carved from the towns of Woodbury, Litchfield, Kent and New Milford.
I love you, because you are helping me to make of the lumber of my life, not a tavern, but a temple. The family extends many thanks for the beautiful floral offerings and also appreciate the kindness and assistance of their neighbors and friends during the sad bereavement of their husband and father]; [Research Note: Death record differs from family records, in stating name as: Jacob Homer Greene, died , Xenia, Greene, Ohio; burial ; birth date given as , in Ohio, having no exact birth place recorded; he is correctly noted as stone mason, married, son of Andrew Green, father, born Pennsylvania; his mother, Matilda Thompson, also born Pennsylvania]; [Jacob Green, listed as an employee of the Hennessey Brothers & Evans Company, of Chicago, Contractors of the Green County Court House; , Xenia, O.; from Images of America, Greene County Ohio Time Capsule of 1901.];, were baptized at the same time and place, on 14 June 1908, in a creek at Xenia, Greene, Ohio, USA. California & there joined Whaler William Baylies Steam & Sail. Discharged at end of trip & went back to USA on a British Liner: White Star. - Kelly Martin Mc Kean, born , Riverside, Riverside, California; died , Florence, Boone, Kentucky;  - [Jesse Mc Kean; Shaun Mc Kean; Kade Mc Kean; (sons; all of St. I am not sure but I think I made a wrong statement, when I said it was Hazel and my Grandfather's brother, that had his ship that brought Tea from England, confiscated, when conflict came, but it was near ancestry, as Uncle Andy (Andrew) told Pearly." "Mother always claimed she was a Dunkard". My father, Jacob Hoover Greene, sometimes told stories of his youth using Dutch phrases, he learned as a child at home. - Mary Cora Morgan, born born ; died ; married , William P. - Helen Mullis, born ; died - Nancy Mullis; married Edwin Chuck Johnson - Charles C. Cover; (1880 Census - age 5, born 1875, in Ohio); buried ; married Etta M.
Out of the works of my every day, not a reproach, but a song. They were the first ancestors of Thomas Milton Tinney, Sr. tried to work at copper mine at Bingham Canyon, Utah, but was on strike & went to work at cannery in Ogden, Utah. Sailed to Alaska area where nearly crushed in Ice Field off St. The ship traded with Eskimos along Siberian Coast, Holy Cross, Gulf of Anadyr to Dionedes in Bering Strait. Worked on two cattle ranches in Montana & Michigan. Sound where had Operators License to Cleveland Dis. George, Utah)] Pamela Jean Jump married (2) Leonard Robinson, Jr. "Mother of Bessie Wilson who was Jennie Dell Thompson, wife of Luther Andrew Green, son of Andrew & brother of Jacob Hoover Greene. As I know it, grandfather & mother were born in the Quaker part of Pa. ]; [Date: March 01, 1904; Location: Lexington, Kentucky; Paper: Morning Herald; Article Type: Historical Obituary; Title: Funeral of Mrs. Ma- ...] [Date: March 07, 1904; Location: Lexington, Kentucky; Paper: Morning Herald; Article Type: Historical Obituary; Sunday, February 28th, Mrs. Cramer - , born , Niles, Trumbull, Ohio; (1900 Census); died , Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio; married , John Marshall Mc Cleery (1878 - 1958), born , Niles, Trumbull, Ohio; (1930 Census); died , Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio; son of Abner Hunter Mc Cleery (1843 - 1915) and , born , Niles, Trumbull, Ohio; died , Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio - Chester Abner Mc Cleery, born , Niles, Trumbull, Ohio; died ; married Betty Van Earlen They had posterity.
In 1734, Joseph Hurlbut settled the eastern section of what is now Washington, marking the beginning of the town's inhabitation by Colonists.
The area around the Hurlbut homestead came to be known as the Judea Parish, a name preserved in the still active Judea Cemetery. In 1746, when Edward Cogswell secured the right to mine iron ore, as part of the New Milford North Purchase, and established an ironworks along the East Aspetuck River in New Preston.