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I was surprised to find this tombstone in East Liverpool Riverview Cemetery. It is a very large cemetery near the top of the Ohio Valley hill on the north side of East Liverpool. It contains some very impressive monuments, mostly to war veterans. The Arthur Green buried right inside the entrance to Riverview Cemetery was born in 1871 in England, and lived on Route 30 far enough outside the city limits so that his address was RFD #1. He died of shock on August 12, 1939 after fracturing both of his legs. Arthur Green #2 was a sagger maker in the pottery industry.

It seems obvious that Arthur J. Green used the "J" in his name to differentiate himself from the second Arthur Green who lived in East Liverpool.

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Arthur Green Tombstone