Bio: Green, Jared Rollin (1871 – 19??)
Surnames: Green, Hinz
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Green, Jared Rollin (3 July 1871 – 19??)
JARED ROLLIN GREEN, of the firm, of Green Bros., proprietors of the City Bus Line, has been in the general transfer and transportation line at Wausau since 1895 and owns the present business in partnership with his brother, George G. Green. He was born at Wausau, July 3, 1871, and is a son of George G. and Sarah J. Green. The parents were old settlers of Wausau and early in life the father was a lumberman. His death occurred in 1893 and that of his wife several years later.
Jared R. Green was reared and educated at Wausau and practically throughout his entire life has been in the transfer business. He owns and operates by himself, a valuable farm of forty acres which lies in the town of Texas. The Green Bros, own four omnibuses and three transfer and baggage trucks and keep nine head of horses. The firm has established a reputation for reliability and promptness that makes it a leading one in the city.
Mr. Green married Miss Minnie L. Hinz, of the town of Berlin, Marathon County and they have two children: George G. and Elmer R. Mr. Green and family still occupy the house in which he was born, a comfortable residence standing at No. 405 Second Street. He is identified with the fraternal order of Knights of Pythias and belongs to the Royal Arcanum.
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