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  1. That we may have peace we must now make war. Address of William M. Dickson, at Greenwood hall, Cincinnati, September 23, 1863 by William M. Dickson 1827-1889, 1863-12-31
  2. The Designs of William de Morgan by Martin Greenwood, 2006-08-10
  3. William Blount (Southern biography series) by William Henry Masterson, 1970-02-28
  4. The Radical Empiricism of William James. by William James, John Daniel Wild, 1980-09-26
  5. Memoirs of General William T. Sherman By Himself (Civil War Centennial Series.) by William Tecumseh Sherman, 1972-11-22
  6. The Vale of Apperley, and Other Poems [By W. Greenwood]. by William Greenwood, 2010-02-04
  7. Medieval Cathedrals (Greenwood Guides to Historic Events of the Medieval World) by William W. Clark, 2005-12-30
  8. William King, Tory and Jacobite by David Greenwood, 1970-01-01
  9. Love romances of the aristocracy by William de Redman Greenwood, 2010-09-10
  10. Romances Of The Peerage (1914) by William De Redman Greenwood, 2010-09-10
  11. Love Romances of the Aristocracy: [1911] by William de Redman Greenwood, 2009-06-25
  12. Foreign stock exchange practice and company laws of all the chief countries of the world. Methods of selling British securities abroad. Foreign laws affecting ... works and branches established abroad by William John Greenwood, 2010-08-29
  13. The Redmans of Levens and Harewood; A Contribution to the History of the Levens Family of Redman and Redmayne in Many of Its Branches by William Greenwood, 2010-03-27
  14. The upraised hand, or, The spiritual significance of the rise of the Ringatu faith by William Greenwood, 1980

1. Patron Saints Index: Blessed William Greenwood
WILLIAM GREENWOOD. Memorial 16 June Profile A lay brother in the CarthusianLondon Charterhouse. Arrested for opposing the policies
16 June
A lay brother in the Carthusian London Charterhouse. Arrested for opposing the policies of King Henry VIII, and remaining loyal to Rome. Martyred with six companions.
starved to death in Newgate Prison, London, England in
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2. Abel, William Frederick (1872 - 1959)
Abel, William Frederick (1872 1959) Greenwood William Frederick Abel, 87, Greenwood, Clark County, died Meta Schwarze in Immanuel Reformed Church in Greenwood. They farmed in the
    Message #: Date Posted: Subject: Abel, William Frederick (1872 - 1959) Posted by: Stan Email: Surnames: ABEL SCHWARZE Message:
      -Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook Collection from MARSHFIELD NEW HERALD 12/ /1959
      -Abel, William Frederick (1872 1959)
      GREENWOOD William Frederick Abel, 87, Greenwood, Clark County, died Sunday evening, Dec. 13, 1959, in St. Joseph s Hospital at Marshfield, where he had been a surgical patient since Nov. 3.
      Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Immanuel United Church of Christ by the Rev. Orval Egbert. Burial will be made in the church cemetery.
      The body is reposing at the Hill Funeral Home.
      Mr. Abel was born Feb. 20, 1872, at Barton, Wis., and came to the Town of Warner with his parents at the age of seven. On June 28, 1899, he married Meta Schwarze in Immanuel Reformed Church in Greenwood. They farmed in the Town of Hendren and for the past 11 years he had resided in the Town of Beaver.
      He was a member of the Town of Hendren board and an officer of the Rocky Run School District.
      Survivors include two sons, Theodore and Edward, both of Greenwood seven grandchildren three great-grandchildren, and two brothers, John, Town of Eaton and Gustave, Town of Warner.

3. South Carolina - British Loyalists During The American Revolution
Atkins Charles Cook George Davies John Greenwood William Glen William Hopton JohnInglis Alexander Johnston Robert Kingsley Zephaniah Lindsay Robert McKenzie
British Loyalists in South Carolina During the American Revolution
Click Here to See More This page lists South Carolinians who were loyal to Great Britain during the American Revolution. It was created in December 2000 by J. G. Braddock, Sr. of Charleston. SOUTH CAROLINA LOYALISTS Royal Gazette . The list would be revised several times by time the war was over. CHARLESTOWN, March 20.
The following has been sent to us from the country, as a correct list of those persons whose estates have been confiscated by an act of the Rebel Assembly at Jacksonburgh.—They are divided into six classes. CLASS I. Comprehends all British subjects who have property in this country, that is to say, such persons as never have submitted to the American Government. Adams, Heirs of Thomas
Brown Col. Thomas
Boon Thomas
Baily John
Bremar John
Bull, Heirs of Fenewicke
Batark, Heirs of.
Burn John ditto
Balmer Capt. ditto Coleton William ditto Campbell Collin Crocket Dean Heirs of Robert Douglass Samuel Egecott, Heirs of

4. William Henry Greenwood
William Henry Greenwood, born 16 Aug 1857, died 12 Aug 1948 Ancestors and Relativesof Earl Clinton Anderson and Inez Adelie Larson , of Kelowna, BC, Canada.
John Greenwood
Isabella Wray

Samuel Winch

Elizabeth Monteney
Margaret Ann Winch

William Henry Greenwood
Family Links Spouses/Children::
Helen (Ella) Elizabeth Rowles

William Henry Greenwood
  • Born: 16 Aug 1857, Wellesley, Waterloo North, Ontario Marriage: Helen (Ella) Elizabeth Rowles 14 Dec 1887, Linwood, Waterloo, Ontario Died: 12 Aug 1948, Vancouver, B.C., at age 90 Buried: 12 Aug 1948, Oceanview Burial Park, Vancouver, B.C.
Research Notes: I think this is our William Henry, because finding a W.H, and a Jenny Greenwood, plus a Winfield Witt (Jenny’s husbands name, from Pennsylvania,) is too much of a coincidence. Barbara Sniffen, March, 2003
1880 United States Census
Census Place: Precinct J, Seward, Nebraska Source: FHL Film 1254756 National Archives Film T9-0756 Page 465D Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace Harrison MURUTHANKE Self M Male W 25 IL Farmer GERMANY PA Fredricka MURUTHANKE Wife M Female W 23 MO Keeping House - - Henry H. MURUTHANKE Son S Male W 1 NE - -

5. GREENWOOD, William
The city was very much shocked yesterday by the sudden death of Mr. WilliamGreenwood, of the firm of Holmes Greenwood carriage builders.
In this city, on Monday the 3rd instant, WILLIAM
GREENWOOD, aged 62 years.
The funeral will take place from the family
residence, corner of Queen and Church streets, on
Wednesday, 5th instant, at 8 o'clock p.m. to the
St. Catharines Journal (?), November 4, 1879
The city was very much shocked yesterday by the
sudden death of Mr. WILLIAM GREENWOOD, of the firm of was in his usual health up to the moment of his death. He had been engaged in his regular pursuit about the factory during the morning, and late in the forenoon he was looking after his interests in connection with the Court of Revision. He took a hearty dinner a little after twelve o'clock, after which he visited a daughter in an upper chamber of the house, who was temporarily ill, and passed out in his usual way to see a neighbor in regard to some business. It was when returning from this mission, and while opposite Montebello Garden, on Queen street, that he was seen by a passer to falter in his step and immediately fall to the ground. There were a number of people at hand

6. Indianapolis Real Estate, Greenwood Real Estate, Marion County Real Estate, Will
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Greenwood, William, was born about 1772, near Petersburg, VA. Mrs. RuthGreenwood died July 6, 1837, and William Greenwood died Aug.
By John Carroll Power
These biographies were submitted by a researcher and evidently abstracted from the 1876 History of Sangamon County, IL. Errors could occur, so one should always verify the correctness by obtaining copies of vitals and performing all necessary research to document what is contained herein.
, was born about 1772, near Petersburg, VA. He was there married to Ruth Brooks, and moved to Cabell county, W. Va., where eight children were born. They moved to Sangamon county, Ill, arriving in Oct. 1824, in what is now Curran township. Of all their children - ELIZABETH, born in 1804, in Va., was married in Sangamon county, Ill, to Montague A. Morris, and for a second husband married George Hilyard. She died without children, in Pike county, Illinois. ANN, born in 1808, in West Virginia, was married in Sangamon county, Ill., to Calvert J. Morris. They moved to Missouri, and both died there, leaving three children. JOHN, born Jan. 3, 1810, in Cabell county, W. Va., was married in Sangamon county, Oct. 20, 1832, to Eliza Miller. They had three living children. JAMES W.

8. William Greenwood Papers
William Greenwood Papers (Ms 195) University of Utah Marriott Library, Manuscripts Division The William Greenwood Papers (18221891) holds correspondence (1847-1886), an life of Greenwood's
William Greenwood Papers (Ms 195)
University of Utah Marriott Library, Manuscripts Division
The William Greenwood Papers (1822-1891) holds correspondence (1847-1886), an autobiographical sketch with a family genealogy, and a short sketch of the life of Greenwood's wife, Alice Houghton Greenwood (1823-1866). William Greenwood (1822-1891) was a Mormon convert who immigrated to the Salt Lake Valley in 1847, later settling in American Fork with additional wives. The collection also holds twelve of Greenwood's letters dating from 1847 to 1886. A register is available.

9. Greenwood County, Part 1
produced this selection. William G. Cutler's History of the State of offense committed in Greenwood County took place in April, 1865. The victims were William and Jacob Bledsoe
produced this selection.

William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas
was first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.
PART 1: Topography Map and Population Early History PART 2: County Organization, Roster and Buildings Railway Matters Education Manufacturing PART 3: Eureka PART 4: Biographical Sketches (Brock - Griffith) PART 5: Biographical Sketches (Harlan - Oddy) PART 6: Biographical Sketches (Peters - Williams) PART 7: Fall River Biographical Sketches (Allen - Marr) PART 8: Biographical Sketches (Noakes - Wichersham) PART 9: Madison Biographical Sketches Madison Township (Bitler - Lovett) PART 10: Biographical Sketches Madison Township (McClure - Wicker) PART 11: Severy Biographical Sketches Severy Township (Beecher - Finch) PART 12: Biographical Sketches Severy Township (Hilyard - Wyant) PART 13: Miscellaneous (Allis - Humphrey) PART 14: Miscellaneous (Lamb - Wolcott)
GREENWOOD County was named in honor of Greenwood, United States Land Commissioner, under pierce and Buchanan. It was first laid off by the bogus Legislature of 1855-56, but was for a number of years thereafter unorganized territory. As at first laid out, the county was a very nearly square tract of uniform size with its neighbors, but when in 1867 Madison County was abolished, and its north part given to Breckinridge (now Lyon) County, the lower portion, to a point three miles above Madison, was added to Greenwood. In giving the boundaries at this time, the southern boundary was b accident moved too far to the south, thus cutting off a strip of Howard (now Elk) County, three miles wide. This error was rectified in 1868. As finally laid off its boundaries are as follows: On the north by Lyon and Chase; east by Wilson, Woodson and Coffey, south by Elk, and west by Butler County.

10. Browse Top Level > Texts > Project Gutenberg > Authors > G > Greenwood, William
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11. (Sharon GREENWOOD - William Joseph GREENWOOD )
William F. Greenwood ( ABT 1849 ) William Grover Greenwood ( - ) William Henry Greenwood BACK ( Michael Greenwood - Scott Greenwood ) NEXT ( William Ray Greenwood - Samuel GRISTY )
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Thomas Jefferson GREENWOOD
(ABT 1821 - ABT 1896 )
(16 Apr 1936 - )
Thomas Neil GREENWOOD , Jr
(7 Sep 1958 - )
Thomas Vernice GREENWOOD
(17 May 1911 - )
Timothy Wayne GREENWOOD
(9 Mar 1968 - )

Tracy Jo GREENWOOD (2 Sep 1963 - ) Wallace GREENWOOD Walter GREENWOOD Walter GREENWOOD Warren Lee GREENWOOD ... William F. GREENWOOD (ABT 1849 - ) William Grover GREENWOOD William Henry GREENWOOD William Joseph GREENWOOD UP (Margaret S. FARREL - Larry Phillip GUINN BACK (Michael GREENWOOD - Scott GREENWOOD NEXT (William Ray GREENWOOD - Samuel GRISTY SURNAMES Created by GED2HTML v2.5b (4/12/96) on Fri Jul 05 08:07:16 1996

12. Project Gutenberg Edition Of Confiscation: An Outline
Project Gutenberg Presents. Confiscation An Outline. by William Greenwood.Project Gutenberg Release 2611 (May 2001) Author names

13. Project Gutenberg Titles By Greenwood, William
Project Gutenberg Titles by. William Greenwood. Confiscation AnOutline. You can also look up this author on The Online Books Page, Willi

14. GREENWOOD, William ( A698 )
NRAM Greenwood, William ( A698 ). NRAM Reference A698 Name Greenwood,William Type of record Diary Dates covered 18641865 Quantity
GREENWOOD, William ( A698 )
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Auckland War Memorial Museum Library Te Pataka Matapuna MS 902
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Copy of a diary written by Greenwood at Matakana, Rodney County, Auckland
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15. Greenwood, William I.
Greenwood, William I. One of the old and honored residents of Virginia, Ill.,who is now living a retired life after many years spent in agricultural

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Page 890 GREENWOOD, WILLIAM I. - One of the old and honored residents of Virginia, Ill., who is now living a retired life after many years spent in agricultural pursuits in Cass County, is William I. Greenwood. His career has been one of sturdy industry and tireless perseverance, and his honorable and well directed efforts have been crowned by material success and the respect and esteem of his fellow men. Mr. Greenwood was born on the top of the highest mountain in Virginia, McAfee's Knob, May 5, 1848, and is a son of Commodore Decatur and Eliza Ann (Duckwiler) Greenwood. William I. Greenwood was a child of four years when he accompanied his parents to Cass County, and here his education was secured in the district schools. Reared to agricultural pursuits, he was an agriculturist during all the active years of his life, and is still the owner of a tract of ten acres, at the city limits. Here he is enjoying the comforts that his life of industry has brought him, and is surrounded by his devoted family and a large circle of appreciative friends. On January 11, 1877, Mr. greenwood was married to Miss Mary Jane Wright, daughter of James and Cecelia Jane (Griffin) Wright. Ten children have been born to this union: an infant, deceased; Oscar; Dolly, Bertha and Millard, all deceased; Earl; William; Ruth; Cecelia A. and Marie.

16. (William Ray GREENWOOD - Samuel GRISTY )
William Ray Greenwood ( ) Wilma Greenwood ( - ) Minnie P. Greenwood? ( 1903 - 1953 ) Alexander Warren GREGG ( 4 Apr 1991 - ) Donald Alan GREGG ( 11 Aug 1962 - ) Gene GREGG ( - ) Mary Lou GREGG ( -
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Alexander Warren GREGG
(4 Apr 1991 - )
Donald Alan GREGG
(11 Aug 1962 - )

Mary Lou GREGG

Matthew Henson GREGG
(20 Apr 1989 - )
Marilyn GREY


William GRIFFITH ... John GRIGGS ( - BEF 9 Jun 1755 ) John GRIGGS Margaret GRIGGS Mary GRIGGS Sarah GRIGGS ... Charlie GRIMES (5 Sep 1979 - ) Eley Marion GRIMES III (3 Aug 1952 - ) Eley Marion GRIMES IV (8 Sep 1977 - ) Verda Mae GRIMES Benjamin GRISTY Martha GRISTY Samuel GRISTY ( - BEF 2 Jul 1720 ) UP (Margaret S. FARREL - Larry Phillip GUINN BACK (Sharon GREENWOOD - William Joseph GREENWOOD NEXT (Barbara GROVE - John M. GUERRETTAZ SURNAMES Created by GED2HTML v2.5b (4/12/96) on Fri Jul 05 08:07:16 1996

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Greenwood, Grace. Queen Victoria, her girlhood and womanhood. Greenwood, William.Confiscation; an outline. Greer, Carlotta Cherryholmes. School And Home Cooking.
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Galsworthy, John
Galt, John

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19. Leger & Greenwood Letterbook
Carolina trade, John Beswicke Greenwood William Higginson had been founded in namesake and descendent, Greenwood. Though William Greenwood and John Beswicke Greenwood were related
William L. Clements Library
The University of Michigan
Letterbook, 1770 December 12-1775 September 14; and
1788 March 31-July 1
Charleston, S.C., 332 letters in 271 pp.
Background note:
Scope and contents:
Second Half: Abram Greenwood, 1788
The second half of the letterbook (pp. 196-271) was written entirely in 1788, when Abram Greenwood, William's nephew, traveled to Charleston to collect the remaining debts of the late firm. At the time, William Greenwood, "the surviving member of the firm," was still very much unwelcome in his former home. Somewhat optimistically, the Greenwood family hoped that the adoption of the Constitution might enable them to collect their debts more easily (p. 211). Where the first half of the book consists almost exclusively of correspondence with foreign suppliers, the second half contains mostly copies of letters sent to local debtors, and letters from Abram to his father and uncle in London, apprising them of his efforts. While in Charleston, word arrived from London that John Beswicke Greenwood had died, and, following an argument with his brother (another William Greenwood), had left his entire estate to Abram. Several thousand miles from the scene, Abram frantically did what he could to secure his legacy, authorizing powers of attorney to his father and uncle to represent his claims against what promised to be a hotly contested probate.
References: Gregory Palmer

20. Genealogy Data Page 30 (Family Pages)
Heap, Lydia Gender Female; Heap, William Gender Male. Backto Main Page. Greenwood, William Gender Male Family
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Clegg, Joseph
Death : 11 Jul 1856 Mytholmroyd
Gender: Male
Parents: Father: Clegg, John
Mother: Lister, Hannah
Family: Marriage: 8 Mar 1836 St John the Baptist Church, Halifax
Spouse: Heap, Maria
Birth : Sowerby, West Yorkshire
Death : 14 Dec 1882 Hall Gate, Sowerby
Gender: Female
Parents: Father: Heap, Samuel Mother: Greenwood, Lydia Children:
  • Clegg, Hannah Death : Jun 1857 Mytholmroyd Gender: Female Clegg, Jane Birth : 1840 Death : Feb 1855 Mytholmroyd Gender: Female Clegg, Maryann Birth : ABT 1843 Sowerby Gender: Female
  • Clegg, Emma
  • Clegg, John Birth : 1853 Gender: Male
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Hardman, Maria Birth : ABT 1818 Gender: Female Parents: Father: Hardman, Robert Family: Marriage: 9 Apr 1846 St John the Baptist Church, Halifax Spouse: Greenwood, John Birth : ABT 1818 Gender: Male Parents: Father: Greenwood, William Children:
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, Grace Death : 26 Jan 1867 Heptonstall Gender: Female Family: Spouse: Walton, John Gender: Male Children:
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Greenwood, Lydia Death : 16 Dec 1856 Mytholmroyd Gender: Female Parents: Father: Greenwood, John

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