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Green L. Tackett

Born:    March 9, 1816 (or 1828).
Died:     Novemeber 22, 1881 (Buried in Miller Cemetery, Clark Co. IN)
Occupation:   Farmer, Blacksmith, Chair Maker

Wife :          Sarah "Sallie" STEWART (Married - 12/30/1847 in Washington Co. IN)
Parents:     Geroge W. Tackett and Sarah A. ______ (mother from Tenn.)
Siblings:    Clarinda, Julia A., David K ., Lucinda C., Amaziah
Children:    Cynthia, John P., Caroline, David, George, Elisha Edward

Other Info: Green TACKETT appears to be the same person who is listed in the 1860 Federal Census, Clark Co. IN as "Greenbury TACKETT." Green farmed in Washington and Clark counties, and later worked as a blacksmith. He is listed in the 1850 Washington Co. Indiana census as being "deaf and dumb." Tackett Family oral tradition relates that, unable to hear the warning, Green was struck by a train and killed; no written verification of this story has been found.

Connection Proof:  1860 Morgan Co. Census has Sally as wife and 3 children.
                                   1850 Morgan Co. census has him with wife Sarah and one child.
                                   1843 marriage to Rachel Mitchell via Indiana marriage database (through 1850), in Clark Co., IN.
                                   Connection to father & mother and siblings from the Tackett Family Association's web site.
                                   Amaziah, born in VA, lived in Lawrence Co, OH, Kentucky, and Indiana.
                                   Green's decendents are documented on the site Hoosier Home-My Roots.

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