Joseph GREEN was born abt. 1832 in Alnham, Northumberland, England. He married Eliza KNIBBS bet. April and June, 1880 in Northampton District, Northamptonshire, England. He died bet. January and March, 1923 in Long Aston District, Somerset, England. Eliza KNIBBS, daughter of William KNIBBS and Mary WRIGHT , was born abt. 1843 in Dallington, Northamptonshire, England. She died bet. January and March, 1912 in Long Aston District, Somerset, England.


Children of Joseph GREEN and Eliza KNIBBS are:
1. Mary Eleanor GREEN, b. bet. October and December, 1882

Marriage Notes for Joseph GREEN\Eliza KNIBBS:


Notes for Joseph GREEN:

George and Eliza can be seenin 1881 living at 42 St Georges Sq, St Georges Hotel, Portsea, Hampshire, England:
Joseph Green Head Mar 49 Hotel Proprietor Alnham Northumberland
Eliza Green Wife Mar 38 Dallington Northampton
Ellen L. Morgan Serv 16 General Servant (Domestic) London Hackney Wick
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We see Joseph and his family in 1891 living at Battle Arts Inn, Wraxall, Somerset:
Joseph Green Head Mar M 58 Innkeeper Alnham Northumberland
Eliza Green Wife Mar 48 Dallington Northamptonshire
Mary E Green Daur 8 Wraxall Somerset
Edith Knibbs Niece 3 Northamptonshire
Augustus Chesshyel Lodger M 63 Retired Major General Staff Corporation Little Easton Essex

Eliza Knibbs was the daughter of Eliza's brother, James Knibbs.
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And again in 1901 this time living at Backwell, Somerset with daughter Mary:
Joseph Green Head Mar 69 Living on Own Means Northumberland Alnham
Eliza Green Wife Mar 58 Northamptonshire Dallington
Mary E Green Daur 18 Pupil Teacher Somt Wraxall
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In 1911, Joseph is living at Farleigh, Flax Bourton, Near Bristol, Somersetshire with his wife and daughter:
Joseph Green Head Mar 78 Retired Licensed Victualler Alnham Northumberland
Eliza Green Wife Mar 68 Dallington Northampton
Mary Eleanor Green Dau UnM 28 Elementary School Teacher Wraxall Somerset
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It's conjectured that it was this Joseph who died in 1912. Long Aston District includes the village of Flax Bourton where he was know to be living in 1911.

Sources for Joseph GREEN:

  1. 1881 British Census,
  2. 1891 British Census,
  3. 1901 British Census,
  4. 1911 British Census,

Notes for Eliza KNIBBS:

Elizabeth went with her brother Henry when he became headmaster at Banstead School and was a teacher there for around two years.
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It's conjectured that it was this Eliza who died in 1912. Long Aston District includes the village of Flax Bourton where she was known to be living in 1911.

Sources for Eliza KNIBBS:

  1. "Village School Banstead" by Irene O'Shea 1981,
  2. 1881 British Census,
  3. 1871 British Census,
  4. Ancestry.co.uk - Northamptonshire, England, Baptisms, 1813-1912,

Notes for Mary Eleanor GREEN:

Sources for Mary Eleanor GREEN:

  1. 1901 British Census,
  2. Alan Jackson GRO, gave date from GRO 
  3. 1911 British Census,