*** Clicking on the Early Settler's name below will open up their find-a-grave site in a new window (if it exists).
* Margaret was the daughter of John de Jersey from the "Island of Journsey" according to the Gardner histories. As there is no Journsey it is more likely the Isle of Jersey which is off the coast of Frances, thus the "de" in John's name. I am proposing that the Elizabeth Henshaw who died on 28 Mar 1808 and was buried in Gardner on 31 Mar 1808 was Margaret's mother. Her stone indicates that she was the relict of Daniel Henshaw and that she was 82. This makes her born circa 1726. Also, the stone is next to the Nathan Green family stones. On 05 Oct 1775 Daniel Henshaw married his second wife, Mrs. Elizabeth de Jersey, in Leicester MA. In a letter written in 1829 by Daniel's grandson Daniel the younger Daniel wrote that this second wife, a lace maker, was from England (Jersey was/is essentially part of England). As de Jersey was not a name frequently found in Massachusetts in the 1700's (only 3 records I could find in the 1850 Massachusetts collection) it seems very likely that Elizabeth was John de Jersey's wife. As further circumstantial evidence of a relation between Elizabeth and Margaret is the record of Margaret (as Peggy) and Nathan Green's intention to marry of 29 Jul 1779 found in Leicester MA.
If you click on the pedigree chart above you will be able to better view it and save it as an image file. Generally speaking, you should be able to determine the tree further back by looking online. In fact, the find-a-grave links might even help you.
There are no descendants for Nathan Green.