Caleb Smith Green Died 1850
Married Elizabeth Vancleve

Caleb Smith Green (28); son of George (7), who died August, 1850, aged 80, by his union with Elizabeth, daughter of Aaron Vancleve, who died December 20th, 1836, aged 64, had children: Jane, wife of Rev. Thomas Kennedy, a Presbyterian clergyman, had one child, Mary, married Alfred Dickinson Green, son of Caleb's brother, Richard Montgomery Green; George S. (30); John C. (31); Henry Woodhull (32); James, died unmarried; Mary; Cornelia; Ellen, married Rev Joseph W. Blythe, who was for many years pastor of the Second Church, Cranbury, N.J., whose children are: Margaret, Ellen, Smith, William, and Lillie; and Caleb Smith (33).
Cherry Grove

Image to the left is from A Guide to Lawrenceville's Historic Landmarks; 1992; Trenton Printing Co; Trenton, NJ

Caleb lived on Cherry Grove Farm, on Carter Road near its intersection with Route 206. His father George Green purchased the farm April 20, 1770 from Jonathan & Abigail Sargent. He willed it to his son Caleb Smith August 12, 1777. An interesting footnote is a document showing that on the same property Ann & Nathaniel Green, of no apparent relation, are listed in 1779 under Merchants & Traders operating a still.

Caleb sworn in as a trustee of Maidenhead church on October 27, 1804. Three years later he became an elder, a post he held for nearly fifty years. 
"Caleb Smith Green of 'Cherry Grove,' another of the early elders, ceased to act in 1848. His death occurred in 1851. He was a member of the church for half a century and during most of that time he served it both as trustee and elder." (p 74) The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville, New Jersey; 1948; HJ Podmore, editor; Princeton University Press; Princeton, NJ

Caleb’s wife Elizabeth was an active member of the Lawrenceville Church as well.

From Progressive Men of Iowa, pg 147:

Dr. Smith Green BLYTHE born: 6 Nov 1841 at Cranbury, Middlesex Co. NJ where his father was ministering at the time. He md: Emily Gill Sharpe of Belvidere, Warren Co., NJ on 8 Jul 1866. They had 10 children, 4 of whom were living when this history was written:
Margaret Emily b:1866 md: Rev. Thomas Woodcock of Lead, SD.
Hannah Longstreet b:1872 m: Prof. F.F.J. Exner of Wilton College, IA. (Wilton IA is north of Muscatine, IA, but I don't know if that is where Wilton College was).
Redford Vancleve b:1876
Winifred Van Deren b:1884
He began the practice of medicine in 1867 at Vinton, IA, moved to Rudd, IA in in 1869 and to Nora Springs, Floyd Co., IA in 1873.

According to this history, Dr. BLYTHE'S mother was Ellen Henrietta GREEN, a d/o Caleb Smith GREEN, a farmer of Lawrenceville, NJ and sister of Henry W. GREEN, once a chief justice of NJ. She died in 1852 at age 38. His father was The Rev. Joseph William BLYTHE, born in KY in 1808. He died in 1875 at age 67 at Lexington, IN.
Dr. BLYTHE's grandfather, James BLYTHE, was president of Transylvania University and later of Hanover College.