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Greene County

Greene County is the name of fourteen counties in the United States of America, each named in honor of American Revolutionary War general Nathanael Greene:

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Thomas M. Rose
... He was an Assistant prosecutor, Greene County Prosecutor's Office, Ohio from 1973 to 1975 ... juvenile court referee, Juvenile Division, Greene County Common Pleas Court, Ohio from 1976 to 1977 ... He was a Chief assistant in charge, Civil Division, Green County Prosecutor's Office, Ohio from 1978 to 1991 ...
H. B. Sugg High School - Academic
... Herman Bryan Sugg grew up hearing stories of his father’s escape from slavery in Greene County to link up with General Sherman’s Union Army as it marched through the Carolinas ... He was born and reared on a farm in Greene County near Snow Hill ... as well as serving as principal-teacher in Greene County for only a brief period of time ...
Catskill Escarpment - Geography
... Just north of it the range crosses the Greene County line ... It is a constant sight from not only the New York State Thruway in Greene County and the river but the Taconic State Parkway across the river and the mountains of western Connecticut ... Along the lower slopes, it forms part of the border between Ulster and Greene counties at its southern end ...
Greene County, Arkansas - Townships
... Townships in Arkansas are the divisions of a county ... one or more townships in an Arkansas county based on census maps ... The townships of Greene County are listed below with the town(s) and/or city that are fully or partially inside them listed in parentheses ...

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