Died: 20 April 1940 in his office at the Empire State Building in New York City
Married: 28 April 1925 to Anna Margarette Valentine of New York City
Sergeant George Greenough was the son of Charles J. Greenough and Ida Belle Isham of Saranac Lake; he was an Observer in the Intelligence Department of the American Expeditionary Force. He was one of five in his Regiment appointed to receive a three month course in an English University. His name is listed on the World War I Veterans memorial in Saranac Lake.
He became the Commander of the Columbia University Post of the American Legion. Every Constitution Day celebration in New York City, he would place a wreath on the grave of Alexander Hamilton in the Trinity Church graveyard.
He finished his schooling and passed the Bar. He had an office in the Empire State Building in New York City.
2010-02-26 14:32:55 Hello — thank you for your addition of this photo to the site. Seems like you might have had trouble getting it posted. It can be tricky at first. I posted it in jpeg format above and started the page for you. Please feel free to hit "edit" and add information. And please let us know something about yourself. Are you a family member of Mr. Greenough? Thanks! — Amy —amycatania
2010-03-11 11:47:51 "A E L"— do you mean A E F, as in American Expeditionary Force? —Mwanner
2010-03-16 22:24:34 George became the Commander of the Columbia University Post of the American Legion. Every Constitution Day celebration in NYC, he would place a wreath on the grave of Alexander Hamilton in the Trinity Church graveyard —18.104.22.168
2010-03-16 22:26:20 Mwanner, Yes. American Expeditionary Force —22.214.171.124
2010-03-17 07:43:52 Thanks! —Mwanner