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The Greenlee Genealogy Internet Project 2.1 Jan 2005

The Greenlee
Genealogy Revisited

     In 1908, Ralph Stebbins Greenlee and Robert Lemuel Greenlee published The Genealogy of the Greenlee Family in America, England, Scotland, and Ireland.

Zoda Greenlee
Mansfield, Richland Co., Ohio

     The book was divided into eleven chapters. 
Chapter 1 contained general information and remote ancestral miscellany. 
Chapters 2-10 each detailed the descendants of a specific person, usually an early immigrant to the United States. 
The 11th chapter was entitled "Miscellaneous Greenlee Families" and gave the lineage of over a dozen families. 
We follow this same arrangement, but break up this eleventh chapter into multiple chapters, beginning, naturally, with "Chapter 11".  Link Here

Bulletin Boards Devoted to Greenlee Genealogy

Come and join the conversation, make some connections, swap a GEDCOM or a JPEG. 

Donald Greenlee,
Hormel Meat Packer
ID Tag Circa 1932

Data filtered for Greenlee and Sorted by State

Almost 100 records dedicated to surname Greenlee.  Click on the map or use a detailed table of contents that includes Census Records, Social Security Death Records, Marriage Records, and Biographies from Local Histories.   

Link Here

Civil War Records

The Greenlee Family fought on both sides of the Civil War.  Here is a complete roster of the Confederate Greenlees, and the nine states that carried the majority of Greenlee Union soldiers.  There is a growing collection of other Greenlee Civil War items, including photos.  Link

  Useful General Purpose Sites

Leslie Alexander "James" Greenlee
Circa 1912

   Software Battles

software do
you support?

It almost seems there's a battle going on between the adherents of these two products.  Family Tree Maker fans say that The Master Genealogist is a clunker--hard to use, ugly to look at, and difficult to learn.  TMG fans say that it is the only one for "serious" genealogists.  I will soon review the new 5.0 TMG  after one month of use. 

Alpha [Guinn] and Francis Marion Greenlee
Led Wagon Train from Greene Co TN to Belle Plaine Iowa in 1855

Raymond "Jim" and Carol Greenlee circa 1945

The Master Genealogist

USNA 1963

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