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HENRY C. GREENFIELD m. MARY E. MILLER
Our Great Great Grandparents
Henry C. Greenfield was born in 1813 in Maryland. He died
13 October 1865 in Washington, DC. Henry C. Greenfield was a
merchant. His wife appears to be Amelia "Mary" E. Miller .
Henry died at age 54; young. His wife Mary was born in 1821 in DC.
She died at age 49.
FOR Henry C. Greenfield: Died Friday (13 Oct 1865)
morning after a short illness Henry C. Greenfield in the 54th year
of his age. His friends and relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend his funeral on tomorrow (Sunday)
afternoon the 15th from his late residence, M street to meet at 2
1/2 o'clock. Note: Henry C. Greenfield is buried at
Congressional Cemetery in Range 86, Site 115.
FOR Mary E. Greenfield: On the 25th inst. (1870),
Mrs. Mary E. Greenfield, widow of Henry Greenfield, Esq. Aged 49
years (born about 1821). The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend her funeral from her late residence,
No. 510 11th Street east at 3 p.m., Sunday at 1 o'clock. Henry C.
Greenfield and Mary E. Miller Greenfield were married in Washington
DC on May 18, 1842. Note: Mary E. Greenfield is buried at
Congressional Cemetery in Range 86, Site 114. Obit: Evening Star
March 25, 1870.
of Henry and Mary on May 18 in DC.
Census for DC: Henry and Mary E. Greenfield are 34 and
27 respectively. 4 of their children have been born (Mary L.
7, James H 5, Charles M. 3 and George
4) Living with them is a Susan Brightwell who is 18. I have
not been able so far to determine if this is a member of their
DC: Henry C. Greenfield, a machinist in 1860, is now 48
and "Amelia" E. is 38. they own their home which is valued at
$2000. The family has added William W. Greenfield (9) and Elizabeth E.
Greenfield (4), but George A.
Greenfield who would be about 14 is missing from the family.
DC City Directory: Brothers Charles M. (Great
Granddad) and Henry Greenfield (Great Grand Uncle James H.) are
butchers. They are living in the family home on M
Street and their mother Mary E. Greenfield, widow of Henry C.
Greenfield is living with them.
DC City Directory: Henry (James H) is listed as a
butcher along with his mom, but Charles M. is not listed in the 1868
DC City Directory: Charles M. is listed once
again as is his mom Mary E., widow. Brother William Wallace is
also listed as a clerk.
The 6 known children of Henry C. and Mary E.
Mary L. Greenfield,
our Great Grand Aunt, was born in 1843 in DC.
James Henry Greenfield, our Great Grand
Uncle was born two years later in 1845, again in DC.
He too worked as a butcher, perhaps at his father's store, along
with brother Charles M. Greenfield. James H., too, was a
butcher per the 1866 DC directory, which was one year following the
death of his father. Henry died of Yellow Fever in October 1870 in DC per the DC
Mortality Records; Washington Ward 6, DC.
Greenfield, another Great Grand Uncle
was born a year later, or about 1846 in DC. He may have
died before he was 14. Unknown.
Charles M. Greenfield,
our Great Grandfather.
Charles M. was born in DC in August of 1847 and died there on August
17 of 1901, at the age of just 54. He worked as a butcher,
perhaps at his father's store, since Henry C. Greenfield was a
merchant in DC. He was a butcher per the 1866 DC directory, which
was one year following the death of his father.
William 'Wallace' Greenfield, another Great
Grand Uncle, was born several years later in 1853
in DC. William Wallace died 18 August 1885 in DC. He is buried
at Oak Hill Cemetery DC, Plot: North Hill, Lot: 203. His wife
is Emma E. LNU. She was a widow living at 1321 N NW, DC
in 1890. ►
Elizabeth E. Greenfield,
our Great Grand Aunt, was born in
1856 in DC. To my knowledge she is the last child of Henry C.
Greenfield and Annie/ANNA JONES
Our Great Grandparents
Charles Miller Greenfield,
our Great Grandfather,
was born August 1847 in DC. He married .
Anna "Annie" Jone or Jones who was born in Nov. 1847 in Pennsylvania. Charles
Annie married in 1870. Charles
died on August 17, 1901 of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. He had been an ironworker and
lived at 1107 SC Ave SE when he died.
Buried at Congressional Cemetery in DC at Plot 86-114.
In 1866, per the DC directory, he was a butcher.
Their 5 known children are:
Henry B. Greenfield, our Great Uncle,
was born in November of 1872 in Philadelphia, PA. Married a
Lydia Riley Brandon of Michigan.
They married Feb 18, 1907 in Fall River, MA. In 1910 they lived in
DC; in 1930 they lived in Chicago, IL.
our Great Aunt, was born August 2nd
in 1873 in Philadelphia, PA.
Albert Lee Lusby on Oct. 5, 1898.
Their children were Albert Greenfield Lusby and Gertrude L. Lusby.
IN the 1917-1918
WWI Draft, Albert Lee Lusby is listed as 19 and living at 909 G Street,
SE in DC. His mother is listed as Mamie E. McCook, who has married
since her husband Albert Lusby died in 1903. Albert worked at the
Navy Yard in DC then. Albert married Cecyle Leona Spurling. Their
ashes are located at Green Hills Memorial Park, Rancho Palos Verdes in
Los Angeles CA.
Plot: Sanctuary of the
Cross East Wall, 45,
William Wallace Greenfield,
our Great Uncle, was born March of
1878 in PA.
He died October 4 1911 in
DC at the young age of 33. His residence was 626 I St, SE, DC.
In 1910 he was a machinist at an iron foundry and he was living at 644 B
Street SE in DC with his grandmother, Mamie Greenfield Lusby, mom Annie
Greenfield, his brother Henry, who was an actor for a theatrical group;
his mom's sister and brother Gertrude L and Albert. A
multi-generation home. Love it!
Anna Gertrude Greenfield,
our Great Grandmother, was born in
February of 1880 in Camden NJ (1900 Census). She died 17
March in 1957, St. Patrick's Day at the age of 77 in DC. She is
listed in Congressional Cemetery records as being born at
Providence Hospital. Her last residence is 3101 PA SE, DC. She died
of cancer and was interred 3 days from her death at Range 85, Site 115.
Her Grave Fee was $70; undertaker was Chevy Chase Funeral Home. Note: HER
TOMBSTONE IS ENGRAVED AS ANNA GERTRUDE GREENFIELD.
Sometime around 1878 to 1879 the family moved from
Annie's state of PA to Charles M.'s region in DC. They are living at 634
M Street SE in DC.
1880 they are living at 336 Solomon Street in Camden NJ and will be
there for at least 5 years. In 1880 Federal Census Charles M. is
working as a glass inspector. It says he was born in DC to DC born
parents. Most info says Charles' father was born in MD and his
mother in DC. Anna (Annie) was born in PA to Delaware-born
parents. Daughter Mary was born in PA; daughter Virginia was born in NJ,
as were Wallace and Gertrude.
In 1885 (State Census) they are in NJ:
Sometime before 1890, they returned to DC.
NOTE: 1890 DC Dir: Charles M Greenfield;
511 6th SE; fireman
NOTE: 1890 DC Dir: Charles M Greenfield;
316 11th SE; clerk/city post office.
In the 1900 Census for DC:
Charles M. Greenfield, Great Granddad, is head of household and
has been married to Annie LNU for about 30 years. He and
Annie are both 53. Son Henry is 28 and born in PA; daughter Mary
E. Greenfield LUSBY (married name) is living with them and is 17 and
born in PA; son
William Greenfield is 22 and born in PA, and daughter Annie Gertrude
Greenfield is 20 and was born in DC. They are living at 634 M Street SE in DC.
Charles M. Greenfield died 17 Aug 1901 in DC
of Pulmonary TB.
In the 1910 Census for DC:
Charles M. Greenfield has died, leaving Anna/Annie a widow
who is living with her her also widowed daughter Mary E. Lusby, who has
a son Albert age 10 and Gertrude L. age 6. Annie's son William
Wallace and Harry Benjamin Greenfield are also living in the home; they
are 32 and 38 respectively. William is single; Benjamin has been
married or is married but no wife is living with him. William is a
machinist for an iron company; Benjamin is an actor for a theatrical
company. William and Benjamin may well be supporting the entire
family as no others are employed.
Dominic (Domick) Hill and wife Anna Gertrude Greenfield
Gertrude Greenfield was born in Camden, NJ in 1880. Thomas Dominic
Hill was born August 6, 1876 in Maryland. He died on 3 October
1943. She on
St. Patrick's Day in 1957.
on September 25, 1901
Registration for Thomas Dominic Hill
He was a member of the DC Fire Department, linked with Engine #83
(per marker). He died of hypertension and is buried in
Congressional Cemetery in DC.
CHARLES THOMAS HILL (SR.) and BERNICE