Biographical Sketch of Earle Spear Warner

Earle Spear, eldest son and second child of Henry D. and Frances Belle (Spear) Warner, was born in Phelps, Ontario county, New York, August 12, 1880. His early and preparatory education was obtained in the public schools. He then entered Hobart College, whence he was graduated, class of 1902. with the degree of Bachelor of



Biographical Sketch of Samuel Warner

Samuel, tenth child of Daniel and Martha (Boltwood) Warner, was born April 13, 1680. He married (first) May 1, 1715, Hannah Sackett; married (second) Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph Morton. Children : 1. Rebecca. born May 6, 1716. 2. Jesse, May 6, 1718. 3. Samuel, October 27, 1722. 4. Nathan, no further record. 5. David. born



Biographical Sketch of Andrew Warner

Andrew, son of John Warner, of Hatfield, England, was born there in 1595. e came to America in 1630 and in 1632 was a resident of Cambridge, Massachusetts. He removed to Hartford, Connecticut, with the party of original proprietors, and was chosen deacon of the First church there, October, 1633. He held this office continuously



Biographical Sketch of Daniel Warner

Daniel, son of Andrew Warner. “the Emigrant,” died April 30, 1692. He may have lived for a time at Milford, but later was a resident of Middletown, Connecticut. He married (first) Mary , mho died September 19, 1672; married (second) April 1, 1694, Martha, daughter of Robert Boltwood, sister of Sarah Boltwood, wife of his



Spence, Mary Jane Warner Mrs. – Obituary

Mary Jane Warner Spence, age 85, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 8, 2009 surrounded by her eight children. She will be greatly missed by her large and loving family and friends. Mary was born in Baker, Ore., on April 3, 1924, to EJ and Hazel Warner. She married her high school sweetheart Meredith Spence



Biography of Colonel Alexander Warner

Asahel Warner, the grandfather of Colonel Warner, was a native of the state of Rhode Island, and later in life removed to New York, from which point he migrated to Connecticut and engaged in agricultural pursuits. His children were seven sons and one daughter, Mary, who became Mrs. Ross. The sons were: Asahel, Stephen, Thomas,



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