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The Green family of Quorn - Family chart

The Green family can trace their roots in Quorn for at least six generations, back to the 1700s - and it is quite possible they lived here before that.

In the early 1800s, many of the Greens can be found living on Meeting Street, although there were others elsewhere in the village. In 1911, Frederick Green (1858 - 1933), took his young bride to live in the (then) newly build cottages in Wood Lane, where the family remained for many years and three generations.

See also Artefact 1640 for more information about the Green family.

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 Submitted on: 2012-11-22
 Submitted by: Roy Green
 Artefact ID: 1727

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