1st check with the Chicago Hisorical Society under businesses. Then by name(s) to see if you can come up with an idividual; and approximate date. If you know the type of business and who or what they dealt with you can approach it from that angle. The local chamber of commerce is a good check as well. I don't know much, but here goes: Not "Chase" but Charles Truax & Greene Co. was a maker of medical supplies. Occasionally their speculums and proctological appear on Ebay (today there are 2). I know nothing of Mr. Greene, but as I am a Truax myself, I know a little more about the Truax name .... all very easy to research on the web. Anyone with the name Truax or Truex is a direct descendant of Phillipe de Trieux, a Belgian-born Walloonian Huegonot who came to New York in 1624.
There were at least 15 same-sex marriages in Greene County in 2012.At least 16 same-sex couples married in Greene County in 2013.There are no official statistics available. The New York State Department of Health explains the absence of official statistics on same-sex marriage with this note:With the passage of the Marriage Equality Act, same sex marriage became legal in New York on July 24, 2011. The composition of couples married after that date is not available since sex is not required information on the license.
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