Green Hill Jones

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CitizenshipUnited State of America
Alma materHillsdale College
  • State Legislator
  • Baptist Minister

Green Hill Jones (1842 - 1924) was a state legislator and Baptist minister in Arkansas.[1] He served in the Arkansas House of Representatives in 1885 and 1888.[2] Jones was born in Tennessee and was enslaved. He was enslaved on Kenneth Rayner's plantation in Chicot County, Arkansas. During the American Civil War he served in a "Colored" unit. He studied at Hillsdale College in Michigan from 1870 until 1873.


  1. "Encyclopedia of Arkansas". Encyclopedia of Arkansas.
  2. "Southeast Arkansas's African-American Legislators, 1868-1893". The Lakeport Plantation. February 17, 2016.

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