The Morning Chronicle (London, England), Wednesday, July 11, 1849; Issue 24873. (2796 words)
Death of James Green, Esq. – among the latest victims to that dread disease, Asiatic cholera, we lament to have to number Mr. James Green, formerly of Keady. The lamentable event occurred at his late residence, Laragh-House, Carrickmacross, on Friday. Mr. Green’s loss will be severely felt by those to whom his capital and skill gave remembered her employment. It was a man of bland manners and philanthropic disposition, beloved by the hundreds to whom he gave employment. In his extensive flax spinning mills, which he conducted prosperously through the late commercial crisis. He was an Englishman by birth, Irish from choice, and possessed the prudence of the one with the ardour of the other. His remains were interred on Sunday, in key churchyard. His funeral cortège was the most numerous and respectable ever, perhaps, witnessed in that neighbourhood. – Newry Telegraph.
 James GREEN of Laragh House. SOURCE: The Rise & Fall Of A Village Industry: Cornacarrow & Laragh Mills 1775 – 1925 Mary France Kerley, On 1st March, 1842 a Deed of partnership was drawn up between Eliza McKean (widow of James) of “New Holland mills” and James Green admitting him into partnership from 1st October 1841 until 5th March 1857. Obviously, he died before the end of this agreement.
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