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  Lenox Time Table
Lenox, Iowa
Thursday, October 31, 1935

HORACE BUTLER "BUD" GREEN

Horace Butler Green, oldest son of George W. and Rachel Beaty Green was born In Lee county, Iowa, December 5, 1865, and died at the home of his cousins, Ralph and Laura Green in Clearfield, Iowa, Sunday morning, October 20, 1935, aged 69 years, 10 months and 15 days.

He came with his parents to Taylor county, Iowa, when a lad of 2 years, and located near Platteville. Later he moved near Clearfield, where he has spent the remainder of his life.

He was married to Miss Ellen Baxter of near Conway, Iowa December 14, 1893, and to them two children were born. Vera died at the age of five months, and the son, Harry E. Green of Greeley, Colo., survives. The mother died July 14, 1897, leaving the small son and husband surviving. The son was taken into the home of Mrs. John Green and there was raised to manhood.

Bud, as he was known to everyone, is survived by his son Harry E. Green, his daughter-in-law and three grandchildren of Greeley, Colo.; three sisters Mrs. Sadie Beach of Lamars, Colo.; Mrs. Nellie Olson of Oskaloosa, Iowa; Mrs. Mary Conner of Bedford, Iowa; two brothers, Geo. E. Green of Oskaloosa,Iowa; and William S. Green of Bakersfield, Calif.; an aged uncle, Ed Beaty of Keokuk, Iowa; an aged aunt, Mrs. Mary Daughtery of Kansas City, Mo.

He was a member of Lodge No. 11 of Independent Order of Odd Fellows of Clearfield. He went to the home of his cousins, Ralph and Laura Green Wednesday night, and his sister, Mrs. Mary Conner of Bedford came Thursday to help care for him.

Funeral services were held in the Methodist Church, Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock by the pastor, Rev. W. C. Henn. Interment was made in Clearfield cemetery.

Clearfield Enterprise
Clearfield, Iowa
October 24, 1935

HORACE BUTLER "BUD" GREEN

Horace Butler Green, oldest son of George W. and Rachel Beaty Green, was born in Lee county, Iowa, December 5, 1865, and died at the home of his cousins, Ralph and Laura Green, on Sunday morning, Oct. 20, 1935—aged 69 years, 10 mos. and 15 d.

He came with his parents to Taylor county, Iowa, when a lad of two years, and located near Platteville. Later he moved near Clearfield where he spent the remainder of his life.

He was united in marriage to Miss Ellen Baxter of near Conway, Iowa, Dec. 14,1893, and to this union two children were born. Vera died at the age of 6 months, and the son, Harry E. Green of Greeley, Colo., survives. The mother died July 14th, 1897, leaving the husband and a small son. This son was taken by Mrs. John Green into her home and there reared to manhood.

Bud, as he was known to all, is survived by his son Harry E. Green, his daughter-in-law and three grandchildren, of Greeley, Colorado; by three sisters—Mrs. Sadie Beach, Lamar, Colo.; Mrs. Mellie Olson, Oakaloosa, la.; Mrs. Mary Connor, Bedford, Iowa; also by two brothers—George E. Green of Oskaloosa, Iowa and Wm. S. Green Bakersfield, California. an aged uncle E. J. Basty of Keokuk and an aged Aunt Mrs. Mary Dougherty, Kansas City, Mo. survive of the earlier generation. There are nieces, nephews, cousins, and many other relatives. He will be sadly missed—not only by relatives, but by a host of friends.

He was a member of. Lodge No. 11, 1.0.O.F., Clearfield. He went to the home of his cousins, Ralph and Laura Green on Wednesday night, where all that love could do was done to stay the death angel. His sister, Mrs. Mary Connor of Bedford, came on Thursday to help care for him.

Funeral services were held in the Clearfield Methodist church Tuesday at one o'clock, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Wm. C. Henn. The pallbearers included Frank Ecklin, Roy Graves, Ralph Rounds, Gene Baxter, Frank Blessman and Joseph Swisher. Pastor P. 0. Nystrand assisted in the service. Interment was in Clearfield Cemetery.

Transcriptions by Lorelei Rusco, January of 2012

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