Birth:  01 JUL 1790  Kingsbury, Washington Co., NY

Birth of Daughter:  1810
Name:  Hannah Green
Place:  New York

Birth of Son:  1813
Name:  John Winthrop Green

Land Record: 1814
Note: Warren County, NY, Abstracts of mortgage records, Book A, pages 190, 277, 280 record deeds for Amos Green from Queensbury in 1814 and 1821. Wife Hannah also mentioned.

Military Service:  1814
Note:  War of 1812 – Named ensign of Capt Abraham Ostrander’s Co, 16th Infantry Brigade, New York Militia, a Queensbury-Fort Ann based outfit.

Military Service:  1815
Note:  Named lieutenant of Capt. Elijah Dunham’s Company of the 121st Regiment

Military Service:  1819
Note:  Named captain of the light infantry company of the 121st Regiment in place of Dunham.

Office Held:  1819-1820
Note:  Served as a Justice of the Peace.

1820 Census:  Queensbury, New York

Office Held:  1820-1821
Note:  Served as an Assessor.

Land Record: 1821
Note: Warren County, NY, Abstracts of mortgage records, Book A, pages 190, 277, 280 record deeds for Amos Green from Queensbury in 1814 and 1821. Wife Hannah also mentioned.

Land Owner:  BETWEEN 1823-1832
Note:  Landowner and resident of highway district no 8, locating him on Bay Road near the Sunnyside-Moom Hill intersection. It appears that he and Richard Bentley were co-owners of the mill on the Glen Lake Outlet there.

Office Held:  1824-1825
Note:  Served as Commissioner of Common Schools

Office Held:  1827-1828
Note:  Highway Commissioner

Office Held:  1828-1829
Note:  Served as Commissioner of Common Schools

Office Held:  1829
Note:  Served as Commissioner of the Poor

1830 Census:  Queensbury, New York

Note:  1831 – Appraiser of Simeon Jenkins’ estate

Living: 1835
Note:  Living next door was Burr Caswell and Hannah Green. Note that Jeremiah Green’s tavern was just around the corner.

TaxPayer:  1835-1838
Note:  Listed as a landowner and resident in Glens Falls on the highway assessment rolls, Amos Jr. being located in the same district.

Occupation:  1837
Note:  Plum Seller

Living:  1839
Note:  Lockport, Niagara Co, New York

Land Record:  1839
Note:  Sold to Gardner Thayer of Greenwich, NY, for $2,875, the tavern stand on the east side of what is today Monument Square in Glens Falls.

Land Record:  19 AUG 1839
Note:  Wash. Co, NY book of deeds: Amos and Hannah Green of Lockport, NY sold land (lots 45, 46, 47, and 50 of Queensbury’s second division) to Ethel (Ethelbert) Bacon of Queensbury (Hannah’s brother).

1840 Census:  Queensbury, Warren Co, New York

Military Service: 1855
Note: Declaration of service in War of 1812 dated May 1855 in St.Louis Missouri. Witnessed by son John. Acc to this paper, Amos was an officer commanding a company in the 121st  regiment of the New York militia under Col. John Stewart. He was ordered at Sandy Kill, Washington Co, NY, on or abt 8 Sept 1814 for one month, was discharged at Burlington Vermont on 29 (?) Sept.  Hopes to obtain bounty land according to the act of March 3, 1855.

 

Census: 1865
Place: Canadea, Allegany County, New York
Note: Amos Green living with son Oscar and family. Listed as his father. Counties of birth also recorded.

Military Service: 1855
Note: Declaration of service in War of 1812 dated May 1855 in St.Louis Missouri. Witnessed by son John. Acc to this paper, Amos was an officer commanding a company in the 121st  regiment of the New York militia under Col. John Stewart. He was ordered at Sandy Kill, Washington Co, NY, on or abt 8 Sept 1814 for one month, was discharged at Burlington Vermont on 29 (?) Sept.  Hopes to obtain bounty land according to the act of March 3, 1855.

Census: 1865
Place: Canadea, Allegany County, New York
Note: Amos Green living with son Oscar and family. Listed as his father. Counties of birth also recorded.

Death:  AFT 1870

Click here to see parents:  John Green and Mary Kenyon

Hannah Bacon   

Birth:  1790

Death:  1838

Click here for parents:  Winthrop Bacon and Anna ?

    
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