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Thank you for the Welcome to the list.
At this time I do not see any connection with your WARNER's.
Besides the Index that I posted, and is in you e-mail below, I did
just find the family that is connected to me in the 1880 Census on the
LDS web site.
This is as follows :---
Jacob WARNER Self 62 b. NJ Farmer - Father's bp PA Mother's bp PA
Ann E. Warner Wife 60 b PA House Keep. PA
Irwin WARNER Son 27 b. PA Farm Lab. NJ
Katie WARNER Dau 24 b. PA NJ
Peter WARNER Son 22 b. PA Fram Lab. NJ
Gertrude WARNER Dau 14 b. PA NJ
I truly hope that someone see this that is connected with the above
Thank you very much for replying an I am sorry there is no connection
at this time.
On Sat, 31 May 2003 17:18:37 -0700 "Susan Gregory"
> Hi Larry,
> Welcome to the Benton County List Serve!
> I have Warners in my line. Perhaps there are some connections. I
> know very
> little about this line and while searching for years, have not been
> able to
> uncover much information.
> What I do have, which is subject to change as I don't have any
> sources for it is this:
> Descendants of Benawell Warner
> 1 Benawell Warner b: Abt. 1828 in
> .. +Louise Nash b: Abt. 1835 in
> Whitingburg(?), Germany
> . 2 Mary C. Warner b: Abt. 1859
> . 2 Alice Rose Warner b: Jul 06, 1861 in
> Benton Co., Iowa d: Jan 19, 1937
> in Garfield Co., Colorado
> ..... +John Hamilton Anderson b: Aug 12, 1862
> in Benton Co., Iowa d: Feb
> 09, 1936 in Garfield Co., Colorado m: Mar 03, 1883 in Hancock
> Co., Iowa
> ..... 3 Hazel Anderson
> ..... 3 Thelma Hildred Anderson
> ......... +Bailey
> ..... 3 Ben Hamilton Anderson b: Dec 09, 1883
> in Hancock Co., Iowa
> ..... 3 Jennie Louise Anderson b: Jun 06,
> 1885 in Hancock Co., Iowa
> ..... 3 Nelson Anderson b: Oct 25, 1886 in
> Hancock Co., Iowa d: Nov 01,
> 1886 in Hancock Co., Iowa
> ..... 3 Bertha Anderson b: Nov 03, 1888 in
> Hancock Co., Iowa d: Mar 06,
> 1892 in Hancock Co., Iowa
> ..... 3 Wilber Jay Anderson b: Jul 08, 1891
> in Hancock Co., Iowa
> ..... 3 Leela Joy Anderson b: Jul 09, 1895
> ..... 3 Vern John Anderson b: Sep 11, 1901 in
> Corwith, Hancock Co., Iowa
> d: Jun 11, 1956 in Yreka, Siskiyou Co., California
> ......... +Sigrid Nyhus b: Jul 26, 1901 in
> Modum, Norway d: Jul 11, 1983 in
> Tenino, Thurston Co., Washington m: Nov 03, 1920 in Seattle,
> King Co.,
> Does any of this link with your Warner line?
> Susan Anderson Gregory
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Larry A. Warner [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, May 31, 2003 4:46 PM
> Subject: [IABENTON-L] WARNER'S
> I am new to the list and am looking for descendents of the
> Biography Index
> 1878 Taylor Twp., Benton County, IA: WARNER, Jacob, farmer, Sec.
> >From Benton County History, biography of their son Peter:
> Mr. [Peter] WARNER was born in Northampton county, Pennsylvania,
> March 31, 1858, being a son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Correll)
> Jacob, whose grandfather (John) came over from Germany, was born in
> 1817, in Warren County, New Jersey, and at the age of five moved
> the family to Northampton County, Pennsylvania, where he was reared
> and lived until 1872, when he came to Benton county, Iowa. He was
> miller by trade, but was engaged in farming after he came to Benton
> County, and he acquired the excellent farm on which his son and
> daughter now live in Taylor Township. He died October 12, 1897.
> He was a member of the Lutheran church. His wife, Elizabeth
> was born in Pennsylvania, October 16, 1819, and died at the home in
> Benton County.
> Any information will be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you.
> Larry Warner
I am new to the list and am looking for descendents of the following
1878 Taylor Twp., Benton County, IA: WARNER, Jacob, farmer, Sec. 29.
>From Benton County History, biography of their son Peter:
Mr. [Peter] WARNER was born in Northampton county, Pennsylvania,
March 31, 1858, being a son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Correll) Warner.
Jacob, whose grandfather (John) came over from Germany, was born in
1817, in Warren County, New Jersey, and at the age of five moved with
the family to Northampton County, Pennsylvania, where he was reared
and lived until 1872, when he came to Benton county, Iowa. He was a
miller by trade, but was engaged in farming after he came to Benton
County, and he acquired the excellent farm on which his son and
daughter now live in Taylor Township. He died October 12, 1897.
He was a member of the Lutheran church. His wife, Elizabeth Correll,
was born in Pennsylvania, October 16, 1819, and died at the home in
Any information will be greatly appreciated.
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