New York, USA
|Death: ||Feb. 24, 1879|
George-7 Valorus was the son of David-6 Calvin Warner, Jr. and his wife Olive Rawson.
11 WARNER siblings:
1. William Warner (1808-1808).
2. Eveline B. Warner (1810-1895).
3. Laura Warner Smith B-1814.
4. Charles Calvin Warner (1816-1885).
5. Rebecca Warner McWhinney (1817-1894).
6. Mary Warner Fairchild (1817-1894).
7. George Valorus Warner (1818-1879)
8. Maria Jane Warner Sears (1821-1896).
9. Lewis Cass Warner (1823-1906).
10. Amanda W. Warner Donnelly (1825-1900).
11. Cordelia Warner Slawson (1828-1913).
12. Mabelia Warner Barton (1830-1866).
George married 1) Miletta Barrett (1821-8/8/1868) in upstate New York.
George and Miletta moved to Michigan from upstate New York before the birth of their second child, George Leure Warner. He was born 7/7/1849.
3 WARNER children:
1. Eliza J.Warner (1840-1903) married Edwin Murdock about 1871. (1900 census.)
...1 MURDOCK child known:
...Elburt L. Murdock (1863-1946).
2, George Leure Warner (1849-1940) married Almedia Rossman on 1/1/1870 in Hillsdale Co., MI.
...9 WARNER children.
3. Lillian A. Warner (1860-1941) married William Faulkner on 2/18/1886 in Calhoun Co., MI.
...No children known.
George married 2) Emma Lewis after 1868.
Gold Rush Rumor:
George Valorus is thought to have visited the gold fields of California during the gold rush. [Gold Rush: 1848-1855.] As was the case in many small communities, "gold fever" struck some of its Jonesville [Hillsdale Co., MI] citizens. In 1849 a group of 16 known as the California Rovers set out for the journey to California amid much fanfare from the Village. The group wrote accounts of severe weather, blocked roads, abandoned wagons and encounters with death. By 1850, most of the men had returned home. Only a few had found any riches.
CIVIL WAR Veteran: George V. Warner enlisted in the Union Army, Co. G 17th Inf. on 6 August, 1862 at Litchfield for 3 years, age 44. Discharged for disability at Alexandria, VA on 17 Feb. 1863. His regiment was known as the "Stonewall Regiment".
Source: http://civil-war-soldiers.findthedata.org/ l/5861348/George-V-Warner.
Burial: He is listed in the cemetery records as being buried beside his 1st wife, Miletta.
Litchfield, Hillsdale, MI History:
The City of Litchfield is known for its unique history in this rich and productive farming area of Michigan. Litchfield's first inhabitants were the Pottawattamie Indians. The Pottawattamie Indians who roamed the countryside when the settlers first arrived were the Leathernose family of the Baw Beese tribe. Settlers eventually moved to this area from eastern portions of the United States. The City first went by the name of Columbus but was changed to Litchfield in 1837. The first school in Litchfield Township was also established in 1837. The Village of Litchfield was incorporated in 1877.
The surrounding country for miles was heavily timbered with forests of beech, maple, linn, whitewood, white and black ash, with considerable oak and black walnut. Timber was especially handsome. Deer, wild turkeys, wolves, bears, and cats, and many other species of wild fowls and animals, abounded on every hand.
In 1836, Michigan was known in the eastern states as "the land of savages, snakes and beasts".
1850 Litchfield, Hillsdale, MI:
George D. Warner M 35 New York [V.] B-1815
Militta Warner F 30 New York [wife Miletta]
Eliza J. Warner F 11 New York [daughter]
George L. Warner M 2 Michigan [son]
1860 Litchfield, Hillsdale, MI:
Geo Warner 48 NY B-1812
Miletta Warner 40 NY
Eliza J. Warner 20 NY
Geo L. Warner 12 MI
1870 Litchfield, Hillsdale, MI: [Warner]
Warren, G.V. M 55 NY
Warren Eliza F 29 NY
Warren ...lilia A. F 9 MI [Lillian]
NOTE: The plat map shown with Edwin Murdock's name (George Warner's son-in-law), outlined in green, may be a part of the land George owned in Litchfield, Hillsdale, MI. The plat map is dated 1892, after George's death.
NOTE: The actual birth year of George is unknown. Three possible years are offered here: in the Civil War he enlisted with a birth year of 1818; in the 1850 Census, 1815; and in the 1860 Census, 1812.
WARNER Lineage: George-7 Valorus Warner, David-6 Calvin Warner Jr., David-5 Calvin Warner Sr., Jesse-4 Warner Sr., Samuel-3 Warner Sr., Daniel-2 Warner Sr., Andrew-1 WARNER, an Englishman who sailed with his wife and several children to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1632-33 from Broad Oak, Essex, England.
Census search: Fraya Weiss, 2014.
History research: Mary E. Warner, 2011, 2013, 2014.
David Calvin Warner (1785 - 1876)
Olive Rawson Warner (1788 - 1865)
Miletta Barrett Warner (1821 - 1868)
Eliza J. Warner Murdock (1840 - 1903)*
George Leure Warner (1849 - 1940)*
Lillian A, Warner Faulkner (1860 - 1941)*
William Warner (1808 - 1808)*
Eveline B. Warner (1810 - 1895)*
Laura Warner Smith (1814 - ____)*
Charles Calvin Warner (1816 - 1885)*
Rebecca Ann Warner McWhinney (1817 - 1894)*
Mary Warner Fairchild (1817 - 1894)*
George Valorus Warner (1818 - 1879)
Maria Jane Warner Sears (1821 - 1896)*
Lewis Cass Warner (1823 - 1906)*
Amanda W. Warner Donnelly (1825 - 1900)*
Cordelia Warner Slawson (1828 - 1913)*
Mabelia A. Warner Barton (1830 - 1866)*
Note: Photo Credit: Cathy Palm, taken 6/17/2011.
Plot: Row 6
Maintained by: Max
Originally Created by: Treva Poe
Record added: Feb 19, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65856526