An interview at Green’s Curve with Amos and Myra Green
Two relevant chapters from Robert Reeder Green’s book about Ewingville
Eventually the Greens and then Lydia Moore left the Wm Green House and the Blackwell family bought that end of the farm. Here are some memories passed on by the Blackwell descendants.
Information on Greens who owned the farm from a report prepared for the Division of Building and Construction; New Jersey State Department of Treasury; Control No: DBC 1776 in August of 1976 by Short & Ford , Architects and Heritage Studies, Historical Consultants. Both were based in Princeton, NJ
About Rev Enoch Green, oldest son of Wm Green, Jr. and Lydia Armitage
Great Depression era survey of gravestone inscriptions.
A land transfer document from the Newtown NY settlement proving Wm Green was living in Hopewell Twp aka Ewing in 1702.