Nearly sixty years have passed since John Warner, then a young man in the full prime of enthusiasm and ambition, came to Kansas to seek his fortune in the young state. At that time his available eash assets consisted of $13, not a great sum with which to start in an unknown country. This was
Maj. George E. Warner, dealer in general merchandise, was born in Sullivan County, N.H., in 1843. He went to Boston, Mass., at the age of twelve to earn the dry goods business. In 1862 he enlisted in the 6th Mass. battery, and at the end of six months, entered the 10th U.S. colored corps as
Claude B. Warner, A. B., A. M., D. D. S., was born at Morrison, the county seat of Whiteside County, Illinois, May 6, 1872, and is a son of Edward B. and Elizabeth C. (Bryant) Warner, the former a native of Saint Louis and the latter of Herculaneum, Missouri. Edward B. Warner was a well-to-do
Warner, Franz Childs; architect; born, Painesville, O., Sept. 6, 1876; son of Franz G. L. And Isabel Childs Warner; educated, Painesville public schools and Case School of Applied Science; married, Youngstown, O., July 12, 1902, Hazel Virginia Ward; practice has been largely public and semi-public buildings; member Cleveland Chapter of the American Institute of Architects,
Warner, Worchester Reed; manufacturer; born, Cummington, Hampshire County, Mass., May 16, 1846; son of Franklin J. and Vesta Wales (Reed) Warner; educated, district school, Cummington; (D. Mech. Sc., Western University of Pennsylvania, 1897) ; married, Cleveland, Cornelia F. Blakemore, of Philadelphia, June 26, 1890; learned machinist’s trade at Boston and at Exeter, N. H.; with
L. L. Warner, who is successfully engaged in business as a dairyman of Bartlesville, was born in Pennsylvania on the 17th of March, 1867, a son of Joseph and Catherine (Warner) Warner, who though of the same name were not related. They removed to Illinois six weeks after the birth of their son, L. L.
Funeral for Margaret Lee Warner, 82, Portland, will be held Saturday. Funeral notices in today’s paper. Mrs. Warner, widow of Kenneth G. Warner, well-known sheep man in Umatilla County, died Tuesday [April 26, 1960] in Portland. She was born in Pendleton. She had resided at Portland for the past 18 years. She was a member
Kenneth George Warner, 67, well-known sheep man, died yesterday [May 22, 1939] in St. Anthony’s hospital of a complication of illnesses. He was born in Rutland, Vermont, and came west in 1885 to reside in the Pilot Rock region. In his early life he assisted his father in the sheep business, and later enlisted in
Frederick S. Warner, for twenty-two-years a resident of this county, aged about 72, and the father of Kenneth G. Warner, president of the Umatilla County Woolgrowers’ Association, passed away at his home in Freewater on the 17th [May 1911], and was buried in Olney Cemetery last evening, with the Episcopal service. Rev. Charles Quinney officiating.
In this city, September 5 , Eva L. Warner, aged 77 years. Survived by H. F. Warner of Portland, K. G. Warner of Pilot Butte, Ore., R. J. Warner of Los Angeles, Mrs. W. H. Richards of Multnomah, Ore. Remains will be sent to Pendleton, Ore., September 7, by the Salem Mortuary, 545 North Capitol