About James Green
- Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A047016
- Service: NEW YORK Rank: PRIVATE
- Birth: 29 Jul 1743 PHILIPS PRECINT NEW YORK
- Death: 1817 SANGERFIELD NEW YORK
- Service Description: 1) 3RD REGT
Military Service: Revolutionary War - Pvt., served under Capt. Azor Barnum's Co. Residence: 1793 Cazenovia, Chenango Co., New York 1801 Assemblyman for Chenango Co., New York 16 NOV 1803 Treasurer of Sangerfield, Madison County, New York 1810 Common Plea Judge - Brookfield, Madison County, New York But a really important element in the prosperity of the town from 1808 to the opening of the Erie canal in 1825, and a success, was the Cherry Valley Turnpike. This was chartered in 1803 as the "Third Great Western Turnpike Co." Its first organization was made at a meeting in Sangerfield, at the house of Ebenezer Hale, November 16, of the same year, when the electors chose John Lincklaen president, Samuel Sidney Breese secretary, and James Green treasurer. Husband of Abigail Hall.