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The United Empire Loyalist Settlement at Long Point, Lake Erie
Chapter LXVII. Green

Reuben Green was a sergeant in the 1st battalion of New Jersey volunteers. He settled in Townsend in 1811, receiving from the Government a grant of 500 acres, on the 7th May of that year, as a military claimant.

Two of his daughters also received grants of land:

“Elizabeth, wife of John Dickson, daughter of Reuben Green, two hundred acres in Townsend, 23rd December, 1815.”

“Phoebe, wife of Jonathan Silverthorne, two hundred acres in Townsend, 23rd December, 1815.”

The writer has not obtained any further information concerning the family.

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