Maud Virginia Green
born September 4, 1866, in Dayton, Illinois
died October 13, 1952, in Dayton, Illinois
Maud U. [sic] Green, 86, Dayton, Dies; Rites Wednesday
Miss Maud U. Green, 86, the daughter of an early day LaSalle county family, died at 4:30 Monday at her home in Dayton after a long illness. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 Wednesday at the Gladfelter chapel. Dr. C. M. McClelland of the First Presbyterian Church is to officiate. Burial will be in the Dayton Cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 tonight.
Born in Dayton, Miss Green was the daughter of Isaac and Mary Jane Trumbo Green, who helped to settle the town of Dayton. She recalled the days when Dayton was a thriving industrial town, with water power mills and a flourishing manufacturing industry of varied articles. Her father was a friend of Shabbona, the Indian chief who often visited the village residents.
Surviving Miss Green are a sister, Mrs. Barbara Masters of Colorado Springs, Colo.; four nieces; two great nephews and three grand-nieces. Two brothers, Lyle Green of Dayton, and Ralph Green, an attorney of Ottawa, are deceased.1
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1. [Ottawa, Illinois] Daily Republican-Times, October 14, 1952