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Lawyer

James Green, American lawyer.

Background

Green, James was born on March 2, 1841 in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Son of James and Elizabeth (Swett) Green.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1862, Bachelor of Laws, 1864, A.M., 1865. Traveled and studied in Europe and the East, 1872-1874 and 1877-1878. Degree of French Civilization, Sorbonne, Paris, 1924.

Career

Of David Sewall and Harriet (Sawyer) Messinger, of Worcester, June 2, 1881 (died March 22, 1925). Children—Mary Sprague (Mistress A. C. Higgins), Thomas Samuel. Admitted to New York bar, 1865.

In practice, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1866-1920. Wrote “Causes of the War in South Africa from the American Lawyer’s Standpoint,” 1900 (reprinted by Impl. Southern African Association, London).

Also other pamphlets, including “Personal Recollections of D. H. Chamberlain, Once Governor of South Carolina,” 1908.

Connections

Married Mary A., d.; children: Mary Sprague (Mistress A. C. Higgins), Thomas Samuel.

father:
James Green

mother:
Elizabeth (Swett) Green

spouse:
Mary A.

children:
Mary Sprague Green (Mistress A. C. Higgins)

Thomas Samuel Green