Greene County, Arkansas History and Biographical Sketches
Greene County, located in the north eastern portion of the state, was created on 5 November 1833 and named for Nathaniel Greene of the American Revolutionary War fame. The historical portion of this materials goes from the beginning of the county up to the time of the original publication in the mid-1880s. The biographical sketches were submitted by the families themselves, therefore, are some what more accurate than other sources.
“Hon. Benjamin H. Crowley is a wealthy farmer and an eminent lawyer of Greene County, Ark., and is State Senator from the First Senatorial district of Arkansas. His birth occurred in 1836, and he is the only child born to the marriage of Samuel Crowley and Sallie Hutchins, who were born respectively in Kentucky and Tennessee. ...etc...”
2004, paper, 86 pp.