John Greene
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It would appear that John Greene arrived in Ireland in about 1622 as a letter dated 1624 to the Earl of Cork from John Greene mentions him having having been in Ireland for 2 years. The letter is interesting as it states that John Greene is married to Mrs Rosier and contains a proposition from John Greene to the Earl of Cork regarding the setting up of white cloth manufacturer also known as "Wiltshire Whites" made from wool from Ireland. See "The Lismore papers of Richard Boyle, 1st Earl of Cork, volume 3"
john greene 1624

The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 1904: 3rd April 1633, the Earl of Cork mentions in his diary "Richard Glynn, the Lady Edith Griffith and Edward Moreton conveyed to Sir Charles Coote and his heirs, Monasternagillagh with two plowlands and the tithes of one of them and the rectories or parsonages of Robertstown, Donmoylan, Granshawe and the island of Aghnes in the county of Limerick, which Sir Charles this day offers to sell me (the Earl of Cork) the inheritance, which is in lease to one John Green at £82. The descendants of John Greene would appear to have remained as tenants for on the 13th November 1662, Godfrey Greene obtained a lease for thirty years from the Earl of Cork".

The above property relates to Old Abbey, Co. Limerick
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died: 1642 Askeaton, Co. Limerick. Killed by rebels during the rebellion in Ireland. Deposition of William Earns 14/10/1642). (Although it is likely that this is the John Greene who arrived in Ireland circa 1622, it is also possible that it refers to one of his sons).
  john greene of askeaton
  marriage? Rosier, probably the daughter of Robert Rosier (son of Ralph Rosier of Gloucestershire and Dorset) Attorney General in Munster from 1570 - 1586
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Godfrey Greene

Godfrey Greene


Son of: John Greene
and:  
born: It has been previously suggested 1633 in Aldmonbury, Yorkshire . This is almost certainly incorrect although it has been claimed by previous researchers. However the Godfrey Greene born July 1633 in Almondbury died in August 1633 so would appear to be the wrong Godfrey Greene. It is quite likely that he was born in Ireland as his father is now know to have been in Ireland from about 1622.
  On November 13, 1662, Godfrey leased Old Abbey, near Shanagolden, Co. Limerick. On April 3, 1663 he purchased Old Abbey. He obtained a patent on July 23, 1678 of the castle, town and lands of Ballynemony, Moorestown and other lands in Co. Tipperary. He was also granted Kilmanahan Castle in Co. Waterford.
He died in 1682 possessed of £1,500 in ready money, bonds and other securities for at least £2,000, plate, gold and diamond rings, household furniture to the value of £350, three hundred oxen, one hundred dairy cows and other cows, a great number of calves and yearlings, five thousand sheep, four thousand fleeces of wool and four hundred barrels of corn of various sorts. - Sir Wm. Betham`s Abstract of his Will, 1683.
occupation: Captain, a '49 Officer.
moorstown castle
Moorstown Castle, Tipperary. Godfrey Greene acquired the castle through his marriage with Frances Cox
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Kilmanahan Castle, the home of Godfrey Greene
  history of the 49 officers
  The Herald and Genealogist Vol 2
  49 officers
  Godfrey Green a '49 officer
  militia
  The manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde showing Godfrey Greene in Tipperary in 1660
  census 1659
  Tipperary census 1659
died: 13 May 1682 at Kilmanahan Castle, Waterford, Ireland. Buried at Clonmel Tipperary. Also owned Greenville, Co. Kilkenny
  Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, Volume 1: In May, 1682, is dated the will of Godfrey Greene, Esq. of Kilmanahan, co. Waterford, in which he desires to be buried at Clonmel. He names his sons, John Greene, (to whom he left Moorestown, co. Tipperary,) Godfrey Greene, (to whom he left his signet ring,) Thomas Rodolphus Robert Greene and Richard Greene, and his daughters, Frances Greene, Bridget Greene, Deborah Greene and in a codicil, May 13, he names his grand-child, Mary Pennefather, his daughter Frances, and Francis-Gough. This will was proved I5 May, 1683
  From "Looking Back....." (1980) by Lady Naomi Heydon: Captain Godfrey Greeene was a '49 Officer (see adjudication in his favour, 1649 officers, Roll 1, March 22, 1666). On November 13, 1662, he leased Old Abbey, near Shanagolden, Co. Limerick. On April 3, 1663 he purchased Old Abbey. He obtained a patent on July 23, 1678 of the castle, town and lands of Ballynemony, Moorestown and other lands in Co. Tipperary. He was also granted Kilmanahan Castle in Co. Waterford. He died in 1682 possessed of £1,500 in ready money, bonds and other securities for at least £2,000, plate, gold and diamond rings, household furniture to the value of £350, three hundred oxen, one hundred dairy cows and other cows, a great number of calves and yearlings, five thousand sheep, four thousand fleeces of wool and four hundred barrels of corn of various sorts. - Sir Wm. Betham's Abstract of his Will, 1683. Moorestown Castle is 9 miles north west of Clonmel in Co. Tipperary. The castle of Kilmanahan was erected in the 13th century by the Fitzgeralds of Desmond. The Fittons of Cheshire acquired the estate in 1586. In 1608 Sir James Gough purchased it. Kilmanahan remained in the occupation of the Goughs down to teh Cromwellian confiscations when Patrick Gough was dispossessed. In the next 20 years it had three owners, when in 1678 it was granted to Godfrey Greene, who had served as an officer in the Irish Army of King Charles the First. Kilmanahan lies about a quarter of a mile upstream from Knocklofty on the Suir River. It is beautifully situated on high ground overlooking the river, and in its day must have been very imposing. The Castle is now unoccupied and falling into ruin. It is not far from Clonmel, Co. Waterford.
  marriage
1st x Frances Cox
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Frances Greene married 1684 Henry Chearnley
2. John Greene born 1655 married Catherine Horsey daughter of Captain Anthony Horsey and died 1745 leaving issue:
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John Greene
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The arms of John Greene of Greenville
  a. Pierce Greene born 1679 died 1703 buried Shanagolden cemetery Limerick
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  b. Godfrey Greene of Greenville. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin and King's Inns, Dublin. Married 1710 Abigail Phillips and died 1736 in Dublin.
    i. John Greene of Greenville married 1st 1737 Frances Nicholson (died 1756), 2ndly 1760 Olympia Langrish widow of George Birch (died 1769) and 3rdly Jane Story. Died 1798 at Moorstown Castle leaving issue:
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John Greene died 1798
      . Godfrey Greene of Greenville born 1742. Attended King's Inns, Dublin 1765. Died 1796.
      .. John Greene born 1743 married 1st Miranda Boyce and 2ndly Letitia daughter of Nuttal Greene and widow of William Greene. Died 1803 leaving issue:
        A. John Greene of Greenville (issue from his father's 1st marriage) married Anne Grogan and died leaving issue:
            John Greene. Educated Trinity College, Dublin and King's Inns, Dublin 1826.
            Anne Coote Greene married Powel Haughton of Kilmanock Co. Wexford
        B. Godfrey Greene (issue from his father's 1st marriage) born 1776. Attended King's Inns, Dublin 1796. Married Margaret Poulter and died 1859 buried at Kilmacow, Co. Kilkenney leaving issue:
          i. Miranda Greene born 1807 married 1842 Owen O'Callagahan Tegart and died 1872
          ii. Joseph Poulter Greene born 1808 died unmarried 1837. Educated in Devon and attended King's Inns, Dublin, 1831.
          iii Eliza Letitia Greene born 1810 died unmarried 1876
          iv. Mary Anne Greene born and died 1811
          v. John Greene born 1813 married 1848 Charlotte Perry died 1889 leaving issue:
              John Joseph Greene born 1848. Surgeon Lieut Colonel died 1899
              Charlotte Letitia Greene born 1850. A Dominican nun
              Godfrey Greene born 1852 Dublin died unmarried 1892
              Williams Hastings Greene born and died 1853
          vi. Letitia Greene born 1814 died 1858
          Plaque at St. Andrew's Church, Dublin: In memory of John Greene born at Mardyke Walk Cork 1st June 1813, died at 16 Clare Street Dublin, 20th October 1889. He was the younger son of Godfrey Greene of Greenmount and Margaret 2nd Daughter of the Rev. Joseph Poulter sometime rector of Dunkitt and grandson of John Greene of Greenville and Mira daughter of Samual Boyse of Bishop's Hall all in the Co. Kilkenny. The remains of his father and grandfather rest in the family vault at Kilmacow. Those of his mother, brother and sister at Mount Jerome also of his second son Godfrey who died 21st June 1892 also his eldest son Lieut. Colonel John Joseph Greene R.A.M.C who died 10th August 1899 also Charlotte widow of John Greene who died 15th June 1903 aged 75 R.I.P
        C. Miranda Greene
        D. Eliza Letita Greene
        E. Mary Anne Greene
        F. Letita Greene died 1858
        G. Joseph Greene of Lakefied (issue from his father's 2nd marriage) born 1783 married Jane Newport and died 1858 leaving issue:
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          i John Simon Greene
          ii William Newport Greene of Newtown House Kilkenny, born 1805 married 1839 Elizabeth McGuire and died 1870 leaving issue:
            . Mary Eliza Newport Greene died 1874
            .. John Newport Greene born 1843 died 1902
          ... Joseph William Greene born 1848 died 1899
          iii Joseph Greene born 1808 and died 1890
          iv. George Nuttal Greene born 1812, Lt Col East India Company, died 1893 in Kent
          v. Reginald Greene born 1814 died 1868
          vi. Sarah Green born 1809 married 1842 John Waring and died 1867
          vii. Priscilla Greene born 1818 married 1843 Charles Newport and died 1860
      ... Joseph Greene a Major in the 40th regiment, born 1746 married 1st in America, Hannah Townsend (died 1797) and 2ndly Catherine Foley. Resided at Slandon, Dungaravan and died 1830 in Waterford. he was awarded land in Canada for his service in America. Buried Kilmacow, Co. Kilkenny.
        joseph greene
        Major Joseph Greene
      .... William Greene Major Hon. East India Co of Lota Co. Cork and Janeville, near Tallow Co. Waterford, born 1748 married 1789 Hon Jane Massy daughter of Hugh 2nd Baron Massy. Died 1820 and buried at Kilmacow Church, Kilkenney leaving issue:
        A. William Hastings Greene born 1795 married Mary Sarsfield and died 1881 buried at Kilmacow, Co. Kilkenny
        B. Godfrey Greene Lieut Bengal Native Infantry. Born 1806 died 1859 and buried at Kilmacow, Co. Kilkenny
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      ..... Thomas Greene. Rector at Glankeen, Co. Tipperay, born 1755 died 1807 buried Kilmacow, Co. Kilkenny
      ...... Robert Greene Lt. Colonel. Born 1761 (from 2nd marriage of his father), married 1788 Lucy Evance and died 1818
      ....... Anthony Greene born 1765 (from 2nd marriage of his father), married 1795 Catherine Daniel and died 1814
      ........ Richard Greene born 1784 in Bristol, England (from 3rd marriage of his father), married 1st 1835 Henrietta Skottowe and 2ndly 1838 Louisa Martin and died 1859
    ii William Nassau Greene born 1714 married 1st 1739 Amy Westland and 2ndly 1762 Mary Bigg and died 1781 leaving issue:
      . Godfrey Greene (from his father's 1st marriage) died 1768
      .. William Greene died 1787 at Calcutta
      ... Robert Greene (from his father's 1st marriage) born and died 1783
      .... Abigail Greene (from his father's 1st marriage)
      ..... John Greene (from his father's 1st marriage) born 1751, married 1779 Mary Anne Cooper and died 1819 with issue: 15 children
  c. Richard Greene born 1697 attended Dublin University 1714 aged 17
  d. George Greene High Sheriff of Limerick. Heir to Old Abbey. Married 1st 1723 Elizabeth Waller 2ndly 1731 Margaret Crosbie and died 1759 leaving issue:
    i Frances Greene married 1752 George Meredith
    ii John Greene married 1758 Catherine Toler daughter of Daniel Toler of Graige Co. Tipperary and died 1784 leaving issue:
      . Letita Greene born 1761 married 1st 1776 Rober Dillon, 1st Baron Clonbrock (died 1795) and 2ndly 1802 Clement Archer and died 1844. N.B. When Letita's father died Old Abbey passed to his cousin George Hodges
  e. Catherine Jane Greene born 1704 married 1725 Charles Minchin of Castle Inch
  f. Frances Greene married 1st ? Sweet and 2ndly William Hodges and died 1736
  g. Elizabeth Green married Thomas Blood
3. Mary Greene, married 1671 Johnathon Pennefather and died 1678
4. Godfrey Greene of Moorestown Castle born 1657, Married 1683 Lydia Cook daugher of Phaniel Cook and died 1688 leaving issue:
  a. Godfrey Greene born 1686 died 1735 at Clonmel from a duel,The duel had its origins in the loss of the land of Moorstowne to the Cox family. Baron Richard Keating of Nicholastown fought with Greene and killed him.
  b. Frances Greene married 1703 John Cooksey
  c. Lydia Greene married 1st 1705 John Nicholson and 2ndly Reverend Simon Fortin and died in 1724
  marriage
2ndly x Gough
  the following children were born of this union:
5. Thomas Greene of Low Grange born 1662 married 1st 1696 Mary Henthorne 2ndly 1709 Susanna Nuttall and died 22nd December 1753 leaving issue:
  a. Godfrey Greene (issue from his father's 1st marriage) married ? Hampson and died 1756 leaving issue;
    i Adam Greene died 1758
    ii. Hampson Greene married Anne Wylde
    iii Mary Greene married 1750 James Vaughan who was clerk to Godfrey Green and had issue: Godfrey Greene Vaughan
  b. Samuel Greene (issue from his father's 1st marriage)
  c. Anthony Greene (issue from his father's 1st marriage) married Anne Coulson and died 1764
  d. Thomas Greene (issue from his father's 1st marriage) married Sarah Parker and died 1760
  e. Elizabeth Greene (issue from his father's 1st marriage)
  f. Anne Greene (issue from his father's 1st marriage)
  g. Nuttall Greene of Low Grange, Co. Kilkenny (issue from his father's 2nd marriage) married 1738 Elizabeth Rothe daughter of Michael Rothe and died 1775 at Bath leaving issue:
    i. Letitia Greene
  h. Joseph Greene, attended King's Inns, Dublin 1732
6. Rodolphus Greene born 1664
7. Robert Greene born 1666
8. Richard Greene born 1668
9. Gilbert Greene born 1672
10. Samuel Greene born 1674
11. Susanna Greene born 1675
12. Hannah Greene born 1677
13. Deborah Greene born 1679
14. Bridget Greene born 1681
  marriage
3rdly x 1681 Elizabeth Gough
  the following children were born of this union:
15. Benjamin Greene born after the death of his father in 1682 married 1709 Mary daughter of Colonel James Roch and died 1731 leaving issue:
  a. James Roch Greene of Dungarvan married Catherine Hore and died 1741
    i. Benjamin Greene of Carrick, Co. Tipperray married Catherine Power and died 1771 leaving issue:
      . James Greene
  b. Godfrey Greene
  c. Benjamin Greene of Tallow Co. Waterford married Lucretia Weston and left issue:
    i. Benjamin Greene born 1748 married Bridget Shen and died 1794 leaving issue:
        John Greene born 1778 married 1st Catherine Dwyer and 2ndly 1822 Mary Power
  d. William Greene died 1745
  e. Elizabeth Greene married Peregrine Butler
  f.. Mary Greene
greenville house
Greenville Park House, Co. Kilkenny, the home of John Greene. The lands of Kilcroney were originally purchased by John Greene, John's grandfather and John renamed Kilcroney "Greenville". He had the house built in 1740. The lands consisted of a deer park and 517 acres.

Rodolphus Greene
  Son of: Godfrey Greene
and: Gough
born: 1664
occupation: High Sheriff of Co. Waterford, 1717
died:  
  Settled Kilmanahan and part of Kilmacumma on his 3rd son, Rodolphus. Remainder of Kilcumma to 2nd son, Thomas. His first and second sons had displeased him with their marriages. Rodolphus Greene finally settled on his son, Michael, on his third marriage, Curraghtown, near Arriglin, and Spittleland, near Glanworth, in Co. Cork forever, and also Ardpaddin and Ballymackie, in the Co. Waterford, held under lease from Stephen Stanley for 31 years, from July 14, 1710
  marriage
x Mary Carey daughter of Michael Carey
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Catherine Greene married 1st Andrew English and 2ndly David Herme
2. Michael Greene
3. Thomas Greene married Penelope Prendergast
4. Rodolphus Greene married 1739 Catherine Disney and died 1759 leaving issue:
  a. William Greene born 1740 married 1764 Letitia Greene daughter of Nuttall Greene of Low Grange and died 1780 leaving issue;
    i. Nuttall Greene Lieut Colonel born 1769 married 1806 Charlotte Parsons and died 1847 leaving issue:
      . William Greene born 1807 at Shanballyduff. Attended King's Inns, Dublin. Died 1888 at Caterham Surrey England
      .. Mary Greene born 1809
      ... Thomas Hill Greene born 1811 at Kilmanahan Castle died 1840 at Calcutta
      .... Sarah Eliza Greene born 1812 at Kilmanahan Castle
      ..... James Parsons Greene born 1813 at Kilmanahan Castle died 1850 in Dublin
      ...... Anna Greene born 1815 at Kilmanahan Castle
      ....... Sarah Augusta Greene born 1816 at Kilmanahan Castle
      ........ Rodolphus Greene born 1818 at Kilmanahan Castle and died in Australia
      ......... Charlotte Frances Greene born 1819 at Kilmanahan Castle
      .......... Letitia Greene born 1821 at Kilmanahan Castle
      ........... Samuel Parsons Greene born 1823 at Kilmanahan Castle died in the bush at Australia of exposure sometime after 1847
      ............ Georgina Rebecca Greene born 1824 at Kilmanahan Castle married Alexander William Hawkins Bengal Artillery and died 1886
      ............. Emma Greene born 1827 at Kilmanahan Castle
      .............. Caroline Cherry Greene born 1830 at Kilmanahan Castle
    ii. George Joseph Greene born 1776 married 1st 1796 Eliza Reynolds, 2ndly 1812 Rose Nelson and died 1843 in Dublin leaving issue:
      . William Greene born 1802 in Kinsale and died 1841
      .. George Decimius Greene born 1808 and died 1845 in Dublin
      ... Letitia Clementine Greene born 1810 in Kinsale married 1841 Charles West
      .... John Nelson Greene born 1813 (from father's 2nd marriage)
  b. Mary Greene born 1749
  c. John Greene born 1756
  d. Frederick Greene married Margaret O'Reilly and had issue:
      John Rodolphus Greene, attended Kings Inns, Dublin 1800
  e. Rodolphus Greene died young
  f. Elizabeth Greene married 1781 John Doyle
5. Jane Greene born 1702 married William Chadwick 1713 and died 1779

Michael Greene
  Son of: Rodolphus Greene
and: Mary Carey
born:  
  died: 1756 Clonmel, Ireland
  Married twice without his father's consent. (Chancery Bill - Greene v. Greene, Bill January 8, 1738).
  His father, Rodolphus Greene settled on Michael, on his third marriage, Curraghtown, near Arriglin, and Spittleland, near Glanworth, in Co. Cork forever, and also Ardpaddin and Ballymackie, in the Co. Waterford, held under lease from Stephen Stanley for 31 years, from July 14, 1710
  marriage
x Ellen Tobyn
  the following children were born of this union:
1. John Greene married 1773 Mary Thornborough (died 1828 in Cappoquin, Ireland) and died 1801 in Dublin leaving issue:
  a. Barton Greene born 1774 in Waterford, Ireland
  b. Rodolphus Greene died 1807 in Clonmel
  c. John Greene born 1778 died 11th July 1858 in Cappoquin, Ireland
  d. Grace Greene married 1804 Charles Maunsell
  e. George Greene born 1786 married 1821 in Tipperary Rebecca Elliott and died 1828 in Dublin
  f. Mary Greene born 1795 died 1830 Lismore
  g. Ellen Greene born 1797 married 1811 Thomas Poole and died 1836 in Lismore leaving issue:
    i. Thomas Walter Poole born 1814 died 1897. Landed estates database: "Thomas Walter Poole, with an address in Dublin, owned over 500 acres in county Waterford in the 1870s. In March 1860, he advertised for sale in the Landed Estates Court, over 130 acres of his estate in the barony of Decies-within-Drum, county Waterford In June 1861 he had offered for sale in the Landed Estates court, lands at Kilmanahan in the barony of Glenahiry. Family history sources suggest him to be a descendent of a member of the Poole family who married Mary Croker of Ballinanchor (Ballyanker), Lismore, in the early eighteenth century".
  marriage
x 1724 Anne Coughlan
  the following children were born of this union:
2. Francis Greene Reverend died 1768
3. Rodolphus Greene married 1771 Patience Clark and died 1804
  marriage
x 1738 Elinor Keane daughter of George Keane
  the following children were born of this union:
4. Michael Greene born 1739
5. Mary Greene married John White
6. John Greene married 1777 Mary Dobbyn (died 1827) and died 1811 leaving issue:
  a. Helenar Greene born 1782 married John Dudgeon
  b. Maria Frances Greene born 1784 married 1799 Jacobus Hojel (born 1779 in the Hague) and had issue:
    i. James Frederick Hojel born 1799
    ii. Willem Augustus Hojel born 1800 died 1839
    i.ii. Maria Hojel
    iv. Jane Hojel born 1805
    v. John Hojel
    vi. Fanny Hojel born 1806
  c. Jane Harriett (Henrietta) Greene born 1786 married 1807 Thomas Welsh (died 1855) and died 1861 in London and was buried in Kensal Green cemetery leaving issue:
    jane h greene thomas and jane welsh
    Jane Greene circa 1815 Thomas Welsh and Jane Greene circa 1855
    i. Thomas Welsh born 1819 died 1901
      thomas welsh
      Thomas Welsh of Woodstock House, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford
    The information and photographs on the Welsh family have kindly been provided by Thomas Spencer Eveleigh Welsh a descendant of John Greene and Mary Dobbyn
    ii. Anne Harriett Welsh born 1818 in Dungarvin
    iii Frances Harriett Welsh
    iv. Olivia Harriette Welsh died Dublin 1898
    v. Harriette Welsh
  d. John Greene died 1781
  e. Rodolphus Greene born 1791. Attended King's Inns, Dublin and married 1808 Elizabeth Power and died 1845 in Dungarvan, leaving issue:
    i. John Greene born 1810. Educated at Dungarvan and attented King's Inns, Dublin 1826.
    ii. Rodolphus Greene born 1811
    iii. William Augustus Greene born 1812
    iv. Pierce Eustace Greene born 1813
    v. Eliza Greene born 1815
    vi. Jane Greene
    vii. Frances Greene born 1820
    viii. Mary Greene born 1824
    ix. Emma Greene born 1825
7. William Greene
8. Jane Greene

Michael Greene
  Son of: Michael Greene
and: Elinor Greene
born: 1739 Killnemack, Waterford, Ireland
died: 1812, Midleton. The family lived previously at Greenmount, Co. Tipperary..
  occupation: High Sherrif, Co. Waterford. Major.
  marriage
x 1755 Jane Bunbury daughter of Thomas Bunbury. Jane died 14/4/1817 at Midleton, Co. Cork
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Elizabeth Greene (died 1859 in Kirkcaldy, Scotland) married 1798 in Midleton, Co. Cork,, James Brown Johnston who died 1852 in Kirkcaldy, Scotland, leaving issue with 6 daughters and 6 sons:
 

james brown johnston

  James Brown Johnston (2 daughters with future connections with the Dundas family are shown below)
  a. Clarissa Johnston born 1809 married Samuel William Hardy and left issue: Mary Susannah Hardy
  b. Margaret Christison Johnson born 1805 Maybole, married Thomas Laurence Dundas leaving issue and died 1832
2. Francis Greene
3. Grace Greene married 1778 Abraham Augustus Nickson (died 1798) and had issue:
  a. Abraham Augustus Nickson
  b. Mary Anne Nickson married 1805 Joseph Haynes
  c. Lorenzo Nickson married 9/6/1823 Eleanor Fenton
  d. Jane Nickson born 1783 in Aghold, Wicklow
4. Jane Greene married 1798 William Ormsby and died 1854 in Kirkcaldy, Scotland leaving issue:
  a. Jane Ormsby married Robert Johnston
5. John Greene
6. Rodolphus Greene
7. Thomas Greene Lt Colonel
8. Ellen Greene married Laurence Dundas
9. Michael Greene born 1762 and died 30th December 1794 in a hunting accident. A Captain in the Tipperary Militia. Married 1790 Charity Alleyn (born 1764) daughter of Samuel Alleyn of Golden, Tipperary.  She died at Carrigeen Hall, Cork in 1860. They had issue:
  a. Samuel Greene born 1791. Attended King's Inns, Dublin and married 1812 in Meath, Charity Rothwell (died 1851 in France) and died 4th May 1876 in the Isle of Mann leaving issue:
    i. William Thomas Greene born 1831 in Blackrock Dublin
    ii. Rodolphus John Greene born 1834 in Blackrock Dublin
    iii. Richard Samuel Greene born 1837 in Paris France
    iv. Hubert Rothwell Greene born 1830 in Brittany France
    v. Adelaide Louisa Greene born 1833 in Blackrock Dublin
  b. Charity Jane Greene married 1st 1824 Henry Peard and 2ndly 1853 ? O'Grady
  c. Michael Greene born and died 1792
10. William Greene born 1763. Vicar at Tullilease and curate at Midleton, Co. Cork. Died 6/7/1860 at Midleton House, Co. Cork. He married 1st 1797 Jane Bunbury who died 1799. He married 2ndly 1810 Frances Smyth and had issue:
  a. Michael Greene born 1814 at Midleton House, Midleton, Co. Cork. Attended King's Inns, Dublin. Married his cousin Jane Bunbury in 1858 and had issue:
    i. William Bunbury Greene born 1859 Midleton
    ii Fanny Greene born 1861 Midleton
  b. John William Greene born 1817 married Anne Welsh  in Woodstock near Dungarvan
  c. Eliza Sarah Greene born 1811 at Midleton
  d. Jane Frances Greene born 1816 married Samuel Allin and died 1896 in Youghal
11. Maria Greene born 1771 married 1790 Thomas Bunbury (1760-1783) and 2ndly 1823 George Saunders Gore and died 1856
 
greenmount house
Greenmount House, Co. Tipperary, the home of the Green family circa 1750-1790
midleton house
Midleton House, Co. Cork, the home of the Greene family circa 1790-1870.

Ellen Greene

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Daughter of: Michael Greene
and: Jane Bunbury
born: 1757 at Greenmount, Co.Tipperay, Ireland
  died: 16th October 1832 in Midleton, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, where she had gone to live with her brother the Rev. William Greene, vicar at Tullilease, Co. Cork after the death of her husband. Ellen was buried in the cemetery of St. John the Baptist, Midleton.
  marriage
x Friday 9 July 1784 in Co.Tipperary. Ireland Laurence Dundas
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Michael Henry Dundas born 1785 in Ireland 
2. Jane Honoria Dundas born 1786 in Ireland
3. Laurence Dundas born 1787 in Ireland 
4. Thomas Laurence Dundas born October 1788 at Middleton, Cork, Ireland
5. Eliza Ann Dundas born 1794 at Middleton. Co. Cork Ireland
6. Ellen Dundas born 1796 in Janemount, Co. Tipperary, Ireland 
  3 other children who died young
midleton church
Midleton church where Ellen Dundas is buried. (She is buried in a grave facing the nearest window in this photo)