Friends of the Wm Green Farmhouse



Cooley's Genealogy of Early Settlers in Trenton

Ewing Township: A History to the Year 1700

A History of the old Presbyterian Congregation of the People of Maidenhead and Hopewell

History of the Presbyterian Church of Trenton

A History of Ewing Church- Colonial and Revolutionary Periods

A History of Trenton

History of the Presbyterian Church in America

The Land Along the Shabakunks-Chs 16 & 17: About the Wm Green Family and FarmThe Land Along the Shabakunks

Historical Research on house inhabitants 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)

The Complete Short and Ford 1976 Historical analysis and feasibility study of the Wm Green house

Fare to Midlands: An interview with Mr. and Mrs. Amos Reeder Green of Green's Curve

Ancestors of Rev John Moore of Newtown

The Annals of Newtown


Green Farmhouse Internship Portfolio

Later Grantees of Original Farm Property

Link to Various Newspaper Articles

Newtown LI Recording of Deed Dec 1702 showing Wm and Joanna Green as living in Hopewell (Thanks to Ruth Green)

Map of 1775 Trenton City

The First Hunterdon County Militia Regiment

Capt Tucker's 1777 Muster Roll

Ewing Church Cemetery Inscriptions

A Letter to Andrew Horatio Reeder

John Laning's statement from Phebe Green's pension application in which he mentions the light horse billetted on the Wm Green Plantation. National Archives Film 27 Reel 1123.

1860 Map

“Map of the Vicinity of Philadelphia and Trenton.” Donated by Carl Green of Titusville Florida Published on Minor Street in Philadelphia, 1860 Publisher: Beets and L.R. Lake Surveyor: C.K.

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Wm Green I
William Green, Jr.
William W. Green III
Phebe Green
Phebe Green Recorded Copy
Samuel Benjamin Green (see 60)
Lydia Moore
(Owner of house after Greens)

Stephen Watts