• Grant Green, Jr.

    Grant Green Jr. is a jazz guitarist and son of jazz guitarist Grant Green. He is a member of the group Masters of Groove with Bernard Purdie and Reuben Wilson. Born in St Louis, Missouri on August 4, 1955, Grant Green Jr. started playing guitar at the age of fourteen. In 1969 moved to Detroit with his father. His neighbors included Stevie Wonder's parents, Marvin Gaye, and members of the Four Tops. He has worked with Richard Groove Holmes, Leon Thomas, Jimmy McGriff, Lou Donaldson, and Lonnie Smith.

  • Nathan Green, Jr.

    Nathan Green Jr. (February 1827 – February 1919) was one of the founders and the first dean of Cumberland School of Law, then located in Lebanon, Tennessee.

  • Grant S. Green, Jr.

    Grant S. Green Jr. (born June 16, 1938) is a former United States soldier who has held offices in the United States Department of Defense and the United States Department of State.

  • Fitzhugh Green, Jr.

    Fitzhugh Green Jr. (September 12, 1917 – September 5, 1990) was an executive with Vicks Chemical Company and then with Life magazine. In 1954, he was the deputy vice-chairman for the National Citizens for Eisenhower/Nixon Congressional Committee.

  • Samuel L. Green Jr.

    Samuel Lee Green Jr. (March 27, 1927 – June 26, 2016) was an American pastor and bishop in the Church of God in Christ.

  • William J. Green, Jr.

  • Charles Dymoke Green Jr.

    Charles Dymoke Green Junior served as a Commonwealth Scout Commissioner for the Scout Association until 1970, and as the Chairman of the World Scout Committee.

  • A. C. Green, Jr.

  • Howard Green Jr.

  • Samuel Green Jr.

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