Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state.
Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb
To any WARNER"S etc.
Are there any WARNER's out there that may have come across the following
family in their research that might help regarding concrete evidence of a
William Warner's birth parents.
John Warner b. about 1768 ( USA or Germany) died March 29, 1827
in Northampton County, Pennsylvania
He was married to a CATHERINE abt. 1790. She was born abt 1770
in the USA and died March 29, 1848.
According to research, John Warner had lived in Mt. Bethel, Northampton
Co. from 1801 to about 1819.
Before the time in Mt Bethel one son Jacob was born in 1791
During the time in Mt Bethel the following children were born -
Thomas, b. 1807
Elizabeth, b. 1809
William, b. 1813 - - This son is a "MAYBE". Reason- during all further
research things point to William as a possible son, and things verbally
mentioned among descendents of the John and Catherine mention, William a
son of John and Catherine Warner. Also his occupation as a "Miller"
along with other Warner's who were Miller's. William showed up in the
census list in 1834 in Forks Township, Northampton Co., PA
BUT - there are no records as to Birth or Baptism. There is a
record of his marriage to a Margaretha Arner in April 7, 1833 in Easton,
Knowing the facts of the research, this in no way dispute's it. This is
just a way to try and get "positive fact" as to his parents and siblings.
Thank's to anyone that might make a reply.
Larry W. warnerlarry(a)juno.com
New! Family Tree Maker 2005. Build your tree and search for your
ancestors at the same time. Share your tree with family and friends.