NameMartha Adelaide “Ann” LAMBERT ®1, F
Birth Date24 Feb 1847
Birth PlaceSaint Joseph, Buchanan, Missouri, United States
Death Date17 Nov 1904 ®4
Death PlaceVernal, Uintah, Utah, United States
Burial Date21 Nov 1904 ®22
Burial PlaceVernal, Uintah, Utah, United States
Burial MemoVernal Cemetery, UIN 200
ResidenceUintah County, Utah
ReligionThe Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints
Cause of deathTyphoid Fever
FlagsUtah Pioneer
FatherJohn LAMBERT , M (1820-1893)
MotherAdelia GROESBECK , F (1822-1910)
Spouses
Birth Date19 Dec 1836 ®10
Birth PlaceVan Buren, Onondaga, New York, United States
Death Date19 Nov 1912 ®4
Death PlaceVernal, Uintah, Utah, United States
Burial Date23 Nov 1912 ®22
Burial PlaceVernal, Uintah, Utah, United States
Burial MemoVernal Memorial Park, UIN199
OccupationFarmer
ResidenceVernal, Uintah, Utah
Cause of deathHaemaplegia - (Probably Due To Cerebral Embolus), Mitral Insufficiency ®4
FlagsNauvoo Area Resident, Utah Pioneer
FatherJob Edward GREEN , M (1812-1876)
MotherFlorette PIERCE , F (1816-1857)
Marr Date24 Feb 1867
Marr PlaceKamas, Summit, Utah, United States
ChildrenFloretta Adelia , F (1868-1945)
 Sarah Adelaide , F (1869-1947)
 William Riley , M (1871-1917)
 John Ephraim , M (1872-1946)
 Julia Mariah , F (1874-1954)
 Mary Ellen (Died as Child), F (1876-1881)
 Sanford Acel , M (1877-1945)
 Emma Sariah , F (1878-1959)
 Mercy Elizabeth , F (1880-1962)
 Richard Benoni , M (1882-1963)
 Rosina , F (1884-1920)
 Roseltha , F (1886-1934)
 Lily (Died as Infant), F (1887-1887)
 Abigail Ann (Died as Infant), F (1888-1889)
 Lovernia , F (1889-1904)
Notes for Martha Adelaide “Ann” LAMBERT
LDS Church Membership Record:
Name: Martha Adlaide Lambert
Gender: Female
Birth: 1847-02-24, St. Joseph. Buchanen, Missouri
Death: 1904-11-17
Father: John Lambert
Mother: Adelia Groesbeck
Spouse: William Riley Green
LDS Bap: 1855
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Lambert, Martha Adelia (Female)or Lambert, Martha Adalaide
Birth: Lambert, Martha Adelia (Female)
Date: February 24, 1847
Place: St. Joseph, Buchannan, MO, USA
Father: Lambert, John
Mother: Grosbeck, Adelia

Death: Lambert, Martha Adelia (Female)
Date: November 17, 1904

Marriage Information: Lambert, Martha Adelia (Female)
Spouse: Green, William Riley
Date: February 24, 1866

Church Ordinance Data: Lambert, Martha Adelia (Female)
Baptism Date: 1855
Baptism Date: October 28, 1864
Temple Ordinance Data: Lambert, Martha Adelia (Female)
Endowment Date: June 3, 1872
Sealed to Parents Date: June 9, 1893

Source: Early LDS Membership records
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Census notes for Martha Adelaide “Ann” LAMBERT
1880 US Census, Utah
Summit County, Kamas Precinct
Peoa

Green, Wm R, age 43, Head, mar, Laborer
Green, Adelaide, age 33, Wife, mar, Housekeeping
Green, Floretta, age 12, Daughter
Green, Sarah A, age 11, Daughter
Green, Wm R, age 9, Son
Green, Jno E, age 7, Son
Green, Julia M, age 6, Daughter
Green, Mary E, age 4, Daughter
Green, Sanford A, age 3, Son
Green, Emma S, age 1, Daughter
Green, (not named) age 1m, Daughter
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1900 US Census, Utah
Uintah County, Vernal Precinct

Green, William R, Head, born Dec 1836, age 63, mar 33yrs, born New York, parents born New York, Farmer
Green, Martha, Wife, born Feb 1847, age 53, mar 33yrs, 15 births, 12 still living, born Missouri, father born England, mother born Ohio
Green, William R., Son, born May 1871, age 29, single, born Utah,
Green, John E, Son, born Aug 182, age 27, single, born Utah
Green, Richard, Son, born Jan 1882, age 18, single, born Utah
Green, Zina, Daughter, born Nov 1884, age 15, single, born Utah, At School
Green, Roseltha, Daughter, born June 1887, age 13, born Utah, At School
Green, Lovernie, Daughter, born Dec 1889, age 10, born Utah, At School

[Next door]
Green, Sanford, Head, born 1877, age 23, mar 0yrs, born Utah, father born New York, mother born Missouri, Farmer
Green, Irene, Wife, born Aug 1879, age 20, mar 0yrs, 0 children, born Utah, father born Iowa, mother born Utah
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Notes for William Riley (Spouse 1)
LDS Church Membership Record:
Name: William Riley Green
Gender: Male
Birth: 1836-12-19, Van Buren, Chatauqua, New York
Death: 1912-11-19
Father: Job Edward Green
Mother: Florette Green
Spouse: Martha Adelaide Lambert
LDS Bap: 1845
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Residence 1847: Garden Grove Branch, Decatur, Iowa
Source: Iowa Branches Members Index 1829 - 1859, Volumes I and II, Ronald G. Watt, (Historical Department Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1991, Copyright LDS Church).
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William R Green
Death Date: 19 November, 1912
State file number: 1912003747
Gender: Male Age: 75
County of Death: Uintah
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GREENDALE

Greendale (Daggett) was a small settlement of the 1880s where William R. Green and his sons Bill, Sanford, John and their families lived. The settlement was centered on a fork of Skull Creek near the present-day Greens Lakes, where ranches, a school and a post office developed. Today this alpine area is composed of campgrounds, summer homes, and a ranch or two.

John W. Van Cott
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Greendale
was the community name given to a small ranching area in the Uinta Mountains of south-central Daggett County, Utah, USA. During the early and mid twentieth century, the Greendale area was home to a small number of homestead families who primarily operated small cattle ranches in the remote and rugged terrain. Enough families lived in Greendale to support a one-room school in the 1920s and 1930s.

Major changes came to the Greendale area in the 1950s and 1960s due to the construction of Flaming Gorge Dam nearby. The region received its first paved roads, and increasing land values helped encourage most of the ranch families to sell out. Today some of the original homestead land is occupied by summer homes, while the former Oscar Swett ranch is maintained as an interpretive site by the United States Forest Service. The Swett Ranch is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

A United States post office operated at Greendale from 1915 to 1916
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Census notes for William Riley (Spouse 1)
1880 US Census, Utah
Summit County, Kamas Precinct
Peoa

Green, Wm R, age 43, Head, mar, Laborer
Green, Adelaide, age 33, Wife, mar, Housekeeping
Green, Floretta, age 12, Daughter
Green, Sarah A, age 11, Daughter
Green, Wm R, age 9, Son
Green, Jno E, age 7, Son
Green, Julia M, age 6, Daughter
Green, Mary E, age 4, Daughter
Green, Sanford A, age 3, Son
Green, Emma S, age 1, Daughter
Green, (not named) age 1m, Daughter
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1900 US Census, Utah
Uintah County, Vernal Precinct

Green, William R, Head, born Dec 1836, age 63, mar 33yrs, born New York, parents born New York, Farmer
Green, Martha, Wife, born Feb 1847, age 53, mar 33yrs, 15 births, 12 still living, born Missouri, father born England, mother born Ohio
Green, William R., Son, born May 1871, age 29, single, born Utah,
Green, John E, Son, born Aug 182, age 27, single, born Utah
Green, Richard, Son, born Jan 1882, age 18, single, born Utah
Green, Zina, Daughter, born Nov 1884, age 15, single, born Utah, At School
Green, Roseltha, Daughter, born June 1887, age 13, born Utah, At School
Green, Lovernie, Daughter, born Dec 1889, age 10, born Utah, At School

[Next door]
Green, Sanford, Head, born 1877, age 23, mar 0yrs, born Utah, father born New York, mother born Missouri, Farmer
Green, Irene, Wife, born Aug 1879, age 20, mar 0yrs, 0 children, born Utah, father born Iowa, mother born Utah
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Immigration notes for William Riley (Spouse 1)
The following family members came to Utah with the James C. Snow Company, 1852 (ages in parenthesis):
Green, Job Edward (40)
Green, Florette Pierce (36)
Green, William Riley (15)
Green, Ephraim (4)
Green, Sanford (1)
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Obituary notes for William Riley (Spouse 1)
Newspaper: Vernal Express, 22 Nov 1912:
DEATH CALLS RILEY GREEN---A PIONEER

Grim death, relentless and irresistable, has again passed this way taking in its toll the venerable Riley Green who is now sleeping the last sleep in the Vernal cemetery.
Last Friday Mr. Green suffered a paralyzing stroke and on Wednesday he died. The funeral was held Thursday in the Vernal First ward house conducted by Bishop H.B. Calder. Appropriate remarks were made by President Don R. Calder, John N. Davis and Bishop Calder. Music was furnished by the First Ward double quartet, in charge of Radley Barket.
Deceased was 76 years old and was the father of fifteen children, seven of whom are living in the valley. They include Mrs. Joseph Burton, Mrs John Evans, Mrs Michael Flynn. One sister, Mrs Wm. Green and one brother, Ephraim Green who resides at the mouth of Ashley canyon. The wife died about four years ago.
Mr Green was a pioneer in this valley having come here from Kamas in the early 80’s. He was a farmer and orchardist and the Riley Green peach orchard has supplied many wants.”
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