Henry Green (British Resident)
|Born||23 August 1818
|Died||26 September 1884
Barkly West, Cape Colony
|Occupation||Civil servant, legislator, diamond digger|
|Spouse(s)||Ida Carolina von Lilienstein|
Like his father he entered the commissariat department of the British army, and he may have served in Canada before the family moved to the Cape Colony in the late 1840s. Green was in the commissariat department of the force under Captain H.D. Warden which took control of the area north of the Orange River that later became the Orange River Sovereignty.
While Henry was there, three of his younger brothers joined him at various times. Charles and Fred Green used Bloemfontein as a base for their hunting expeditions around Lake Ngami, while Arthur Green, who later became a photographer, worked as a clerk in the commissariat department.
- Schoeman, Karel (1988). The Bloemfontein diary of Lieut W.J. St John 1852-1853. Cape Town: Human & Rousseau. ISBN 0-7981-2243-9.
- Schoeman, Karel (1992). The British presence in the Transorange 1845-1854. Cape Town: Human & Rousseau. ISBN 0-7981-2965-4.
Henry Douglas Warden
|British Resident of the Orange River Sovereignty
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