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Old 03-19-2017, 01:25 AM   #31
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Default Walter Curly Green

Looked him up on family search.com using just his name and place of death and found that his birthdate is listed as March 22 1895

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JLY2-FMD
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So I was watching old UM reruns tonight and saw this story again. I did a quick Google search and there is one link to a Mrs Joe Greener and her husband returning home to Kansas City Mo after a vacation in Colorado. It's an old social page from a newspaper. I took a screenshot thinking maybe someone might be able to use the info as a lead. However, I'm new here and can't figure out how to attach a screenshot to my post. The website requires a subscription, but maybe someone else can access the paper itself? Can someone help me post the screenshot?
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Here is an article that profiles the heir investigator that UM interviewed for this segment. He discusses Curly about halfway down, and brings up a Wisconsin angle that IIRC, was not mentioned on UM: http://www.vindy.com/news/2002/nov/1...parent/?mobile
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http://https://www.familysearch.org/...3/1:1:K6DL-N5V

This is the only WWI draft card I could find for a Walter Green or Walter Greener
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My last name is Greener. It is my maiden name. My step-grandfather was Grant Greener. He was from Utah and his entire family was Mormons. He left home at an early age. He had pictures of them from the 1800s. I tried to talk to him about them and he was closed mouth about them. He had some brothers that he was close to. One was named Dallas Greener. Grant was a really good man. He had been in the army. He drew maps for a living and taught high school. Everyone loved him. My point is maybe Curly's family was actually from Utah. The Mormons have excellent records for genealogy.
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My last name is Greener. It is my maiden name. My step-grandfather was Grant Greener. He was from Utah and his entire family was Mormons. He left home at an early age. He had pictures of them from the 1800s. I tried to talk to him about them and he was closed mouth about them. He had some brothers that he was close to. One was named Dallas Greener. Grant was a really good man. He had been in the army. He drew maps for a living and taught high school. Everyone loved him. My point is maybe Curly's family was actually from Utah. The Mormons have excellent records for genealogy.
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That's really interesting. I'd be curious to know if you find out anything else. That might explain a few things.
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My last name is Greener. It is my maiden name. My step-grandfather was Grant Greener. He was from Utah and his entire family was Mormons. He left home at an early age. He had pictures of them from the 1800s. I tried to talk to him about them and he was closed mouth about them. He had some brothers that he was close to. One was named Dallas Greener. Grant was a really good man. He had been in the army. He drew maps for a living and taught high school. Everyone loved him. My point is maybe Curly's family was actually from Utah. The Mormons have excellent records for genealogy.
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