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|birth_county=Essex County, Massachusetts
 
|birth_county=Essex County, Massachusetts
 
|birth_nation-subdiv1=Massachusetts
 
|birth_nation-subdiv1=Massachusetts
|birth_nation=United States
 
 
|death_year=1913
 
|death_year=1913
 
|death_month=09
 
|death_month=09
 
|death_day=15
 
|death_day=15
|death_nation=Japan
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|death_nation-subdiv1=Japan
 
|ifmarried-g1=true
 
|ifmarried-g1=true
 
|wedding1_year=1865
 
|wedding1_year=1865
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==Marriage & Family ==
 
==Marriage & Family ==
 
Christian missionary couple Mary Jane Forbes and the Rev. Daniel Crosby Greene.
 
Christian missionary couple Mary Jane Forbes and the Rev. Daniel Crosby Greene.
Mary Jane died in [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]].
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Mary Jane died in [[Tokyo, Japan]].
   
 
Descendants of colonial Massachusetts families, they had been among the earliest American missionaries in Japan, arriving in 1869 and serving until their deaths (the mother's in 1910, the father's in 1913); they were deeply involved in bringing modern Western education to the Japanese during the Meiji era.
 
Descendants of colonial Massachusetts families, they had been among the earliest American missionaries in Japan, arriving in 1869 and serving until their deaths (the mother's in 1910, the father's in 1913); they were deeply involved in bringing modern Western education to the Japanese during the Meiji era.
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# Fannie Bradley Greene (1871-)
 
# Fannie Bradley Greene (1871-)
 
# Daniel Crosby Greene (1873-)
 
# Daniel Crosby Greene (1873-)
# '''[[Jerome Davis Greene (1874-1959)]]''' - a foundation administrator, banker, and secretary of the Corporation of Harvard University.
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# '''[[Jerome Davis Greene (1874–1959)]]''' - a foundation administrator, banker, and secretary of the Corporation of Harvard University.
 
# Mary Avery Greene (1877-1951)
 
# Mary Avery Greene (1877-1951)
 
# '''[[Roger Sherman Greene (1881-1947)]]''' -American diplomat to China / born in USA while parents were on furlough from Japan mission.
 
# '''[[Roger Sherman Greene (1881-1947)]]''' -American diplomat to China / born in USA while parents were on furlough from Japan mission.
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{{Showfacts children
 
{{Showfacts children
|children-g1=Evaris Boutell Greene (1870-1947) + Fannie Bradley Greene (1871-) + Daniel Crosby Greene (1873-) + Jerome Davis Greene (1874-1959) + Mary Avery Greene (1877-1951) + Roger Sherman Greene (1881-1947) + Elizabeth Grosvenor Greene (1882-1961) + Edward Forbes Greene (1884-1917)
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|children-g1=Evaris Boutell Greene (1870-1947) + Fannie Bradley Greene (1871-) + Daniel Crosby Greene (1873-) + Jerome Davis Greene (1874–1959) + Mary Avery Greene (1877-1951) + Roger Sherman Greene (1881-1947) + Elizabeth Grosvenor Greene (1882-1961) + Edward Forbes Greene (1884-1917)
 
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{{Siblings}}
 
{{Siblings}}

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