WILLIAM WILLIS GREEN
Dr. Green was born in Franklin County, N. C., July 29, 1885. He attended Bingham School and the University of North Carolina, graduating in 1908. He located in Tarboro, North Carolina, where he has practiced ever since.
In 1916 he married Miss Sue Baker. They have two children, both boys. He is an Episcopalian. He belongs to the American College of Surgeons and to Beta Theta Pi and Phi Chi (medical) fraternities. His postgraduate work was obtained at New York and Chicago. In World War No. 1 he took his training at Camp Greenleaf and Camp Mills; he was Surgeon, Evacuation Hospital Four, France; Surgeon, S. O. S. Tours, France, and Major M. C.
He specializes in surgery, and holds the following positions: Local Surgeon for Atlantic Coast Line Railroad; Consulting Surgeon, State Hospital at Raleigh; and Chief Surgeon of Edgecombe General Hospital, Tarboro, North Carolina.
Transcription from the book, Historical Sketch of the University of North Carolina Medical Department at Raleigh, published in 1941, page 52, found on the website, Hathitrust Digital Library (http://www.hathitrust.org), accessed 12 June 2021.