Phylotte Green

*Moved from East Greenwich to Saint John when she was young because her father, Rufus Green, was a Tory.
*Married George Pack about 1790, in Saint John.
*Children all born at Saint John (oldest to youngest) Margaret, George, Sarah, Nancy, Phoebe, Rufus, Mary, Harriet, John, Caleb, Eleanor, and James Benjamin.
*After the birth of their last child (1817), moved to the United States, first at Rutland, New York, then at Hounsfield (Jefferson Country, New York), where the family settled on a farm.
*Joined the church in her life and went to Kirtland, Ohio.
*Present at the dedication of the temple at Kirtland on March 27, 1836.
*Husband died in September 1838.
*Went to the Salt Lake Valley with her son, John, and his family in 1848, at the age of seventy-four.
*Lived in the Salt Lake Valley the later part of her life, living with Julia Ives Pack.
*Was at the sixth meeting of the Relief Society in Nauvoo on April 28, 1842.
*Died on Jan 6, 1866 at the age of 96.

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