from History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania, Volume 2 by Henry Wilson Storey
...Thomas Green, born 1740, led the way of the family into the Province of Pennsylvania. He was a worthy pioneer and eventually became a man of large property and influence. . .
Elizabeth Green, eldest daughter of the pioneer, married a Mr. Murray, and died March 10, 1789. She was buried in the apple orchard, and thus originated the oldest burial ground in the south part of Huntingdon county.
Soon after 1794 Helen Wright Green died, and she was buried in the same place. After her death Thomas Green married Sarah Horton, but no children were born of his second marriage.
The old pioneer himself died March 11, 1816, and in his will made ample provision for all his surviving children, dividing among them his lands to the extent of eighteen hundred acres.
The children of Thomas and Helen (Wright) Green were:
Elizabeth, born 1764, died March 10, 1789; married Mr. Murray,
George, born February, 1768; married about 1797, Isabelle Skinner, and had seven children.
Mary, born November 7, 1774.
Thomas, born 1775, married, about 1801, Margaret Campbell.
John, born 1781.
Rebecca, married Joseph Campbell, and removed to Ohio.
Caleb, born in Pennsylvania after 1784.
. . .George Green, third child and eldest son of Thomas and Helen (Wright) Green, grandson of George Green, of Maryland, and grandfather of Wesley Green, of Johnstown, married, about 1797, Isabella Skinner, and had seven children: Matilda, Lemuel, George Morris, father of Wesley Green, Elisha, Sarah Ann, Susan and Archer Green.