|Ettie Mae Greene|
|Birth:||8 September 1877|
Wayside, West Virginia, USA
|Death:||26 February 1992|
Springfield, West Virginia, USA
|Age:||114 years, 171 days|
Etta Mae "Ettie May" Greene (née Thomas, 8 September 1877 – 26 February 1992) was an American supercentenarian from West Virginia, who was in her life time recognized as the oldest living person in the United States but the verification of Lucy Hannah, who was older than her and also outlived her, meant she lost the "Oldest Living American" title.
She was born in Wayside and worked as a seamstress and a farmer. She married Russell A. Green and had nine children with him, Russell died in 1919/1920, leaving Greene as a widow for 72 years. She attributed her longevity to "good, clean living" and a milkshake she drank daily. She died of a cold at the Springfield Comprehensive Care Center. She was survived by 4 of her 9 children, 21 grandchildren, 47 great-grandchildren and 37 great-great-grandchildren. There was also a history of longevity in her family: her son Guy Jennings Greene (1902–2002) lived to be 99, her duaghter Hallie Monroe (1907–2004) lived to be 96, her duaghter Ada Louise Dillon (1910–2013) lived to be 102, her son Russell Ashby Greene (1916–2008) lived to be 91.