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Re: GEORGE GREENER mid 1800's Royal Horse Artillery
Posted by: Patricia Elmer (ID *****8928) Date: October 16, 2004 at 07:32:21
In Reply to: GEORGE GREENER mid 1800's Royal Horse Artillery by Dawn Hurst of 14

You list a "George(known as Albert) Greener, son of the original George Greener. Does anyone know what became of him? Any chance original George and son George(known as Albert) might have gone on to America? Any info would be appreciated. I have relation here in Pennsylvania by the name of Greener. Seems the original George, my great-great-grandfather was quite a character. One of his occupations was as a drover (a cowboy who drives cattle) and he helped lead wagontrains out west. He would stop in from time to time to visit my great-grandmother (Ida Florence Greener Rutter) whose father was Albert Greener. Ida named her first born, George.

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