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Born in what was then the Thirteen Colonies, later part of the USA, he later migrated to Bermuda, where he died.
Nothing is known of Green's origins; he is first documented in Philadelphia in the late 1750s, when he sat for a portrait drawing by Benjamin West.
They spent some years in Europe and it was there that Anne contracted an illness, for which Bermuda was prescribed as a place of cure.
Unfortunately for her, a cure was not to be had and she died in Bermuda.
At his death, Green left an estate valued at 286, half of which consisted of three slaves, a cow, and a horse.
He and his wife left no descendents, but are honored in the parish church of Smith's Parish with a memorial erected by their nephew, Joseph Packwood.
Her headstone was restored in 1883 by her relative Edward Willing.
Anne Willing Bingham's reputation and fame yet survives, for she is supposed to have been the model for the famous Draped Bust portrait on the obverse of the American silver dollars and other United States coinage between 17.
In September 1774 he traveled to London for further study, and renewed his acquaintance with West at that time.Two are portrait miniatures, including a self-portrait, and most are of members of his family.The portraits passed through the hands of descendents of Samuel Trott before being purchased by Hereward Trott Watlington, who donated them back to the Bermudian government."During the long winter of our slothful discontent at Bermuda, caused by the Peace of Amiens, the officers and young gentlemen of the flagship...were constantly flitting away among the cedar groves and orange plantations of these fairy isles."1802. Death in Bermuda of John Green, born about 1780, he was a portrait painter who later became a judge.