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Wareham Warner
Birth: Aug. 21, 1779
Berkshire County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Aug. 25, 1854
Albion
Calhoun County
Michigan, USA

Wareham-6 was the son of David-5 Calvin Warner Sr. and his wife Mary Russell.

12 WARNER siblings.

Wareham moved with his father's family (David-5 C. Warner Sr. and his wife Mary Russell) to Chenango Co., NY, where he soon married 1) Cynthia Adams (1782-1850) in 1799, the daughter of Darius I. Adams and his wife Mary White. She was industrious, and belonged to the Baptist Church.
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WAR OF 1812: Wareham served in Allen's 20th NY Militia.
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11 WARNER children, all born in New York:

1. Lydia Warner (3/14/1802-1873); m. Levi Murray.
2. Lucretia Warner (11/25/1803-1884); m. Samuel Douglass.
3. Ann Maria Warner (12/12/1805-1853); m. William Pearl.
4. Lura Ann Warner (8/26/1807-1883); m. Chandler Church.
5. Ashael Warner (4/8/1810-1879); m. Mary Jane Moore.
6. Electa Warner B-3/5/1812; m. Amos Finch.
7. Julia Warner B-2/27/1814, died.
8. William Adams Warner (1/30/1816-1884); m. Maria J. Finch.
9. Elisha Warner (1818-1901); m. 1) Belinda Eggleston; m. 2) Carlinda Henry; m. 3) Martha Comstock.
10. Darius Warner (4/7/1822-1896); m. Mandana G. Markham.
11. Eliza Warner B-4/7/1824, died.
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"History of Calhoun County, Michigan; a narrative account of its historical progress, its people, and its principal interests," ed. 1845-1928, by Hon Washington Gardner, Chicago, New York: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1913, pg.418:

"Wareham Warner was another who came [to MI] in 1834. Though born in CT (sic), he came, when 50 years of age, direct from the state of New York and settled in Albion. He was one of the first in endeavor to build up the new town. He and his children are still held in honor by those who reap where they sowed."

"Wareham purchased wilderness land in Michigan in 1832, and the family moved to Albion, Calhoun, Michigan in 1834, then known as "The Forks." Wareham erected the first frame house in Albion (308 W. Erie St), erected the first schoolhouse "Little Red Schoolhouse," dug the first well, built the first barn, and along with Tenney Peabody erected the first sawmill. He contributed largely toward building Albion College. He was a major personality in the early development of the Albion community."

Wareham was a veteran of the War of 1812 and served in Allen's 20th NY Militia as a Captain.

Following the death of his wife Cynthia in April 1850, Warham married 2) widow Eva Phelps on December 25, 1850. No children. Eva died in 1890.
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Research:

1850 Albion, Calhoun, MI:
W. Warner M 70 Massachusetts [Wareham]
John Hoffman M 16 New York
W. M. Pearl M 45 Massachusetts
Ann M. Pearl F 44 New York [Daughter]
Amelia Pearl F 16 New York
Ann A. Pearl F 12 Michigan
Leese E. Pearl F 9 Michigan
Ellen A. Pearl F 6 Michigan
Asahel Warren M 40 New York [Son]
Mary Jane Warren F 23 NY
Nancy Moore F 17 Michigan
Henry Comstock M 14 Michigan
Ofam Miller M 40 New York
W. M. Hildreth M 23 New York
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NOTE: I propose that Wareham Warner and his sister Polly (Warner) Adams were twins. The birth dates are: Wareham B-August 21, 1779 and Polly B-April 27, 1779; her death date is easily seen on her headstone.
[Added by Mary E. Warner, 2011.]
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WARNER lineage: Wareham-6 Warner, David-5 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 from Broad Oak, Essex, England in 1632-33.
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Primary source: "The Descendants of Andrew Warner", by Lucien C. Warner and Josephine Genung Nichols, pub. 1919, pgs. 323-324. http://www.archive.org/details/descendantsofand00warn
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Research: Frank Passic, 2003, Rosemary Hagemyer, 2005, Fraya Weiss, 2013, Mary E. Warner, 2011, 2013. 2014. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  David Calvin Warner (1758 - 1831)
  Mary Russell Warner (1754 - 1846)
 
 Spouses:
  Cynthia Adams Warner (1782 - 1850)
  Eva Handy Warner (1806 - 1890)*
 
 Children:
  Lydia Warner Murray (1802 - 1873)*
  Lucretia Warner Douglass (1803 - 1884)*
  Ann Maria Warner Pearl (1805 - 1853)*
  Lura Ann Warner Church (1807 - 1883)*
  Asahel Warner (1810 - 1879)*
  Electa Warner Finch (1812 - ____)*
  William Adams Warner (1816 - 1884)*
  Elisha Warner (1818 - 1901)*
  Darius Adams Warner (1822 - 1896)*
 
 Siblings:
  Polly Warner Adams (1779 - 1861)*
  Wareham Warner (1779 - 1854)
  Lucinda J. Warner Pembrook (1781 - 1815)*
  Lucretia Warner (1783 - 1803)*
  David Calvin Warner (1785 - 1876)*
  Anna Warner Church (1788 - 1855)*
  Russell Warner (1790 - 1828)*
  Stephen Warner (1792 - 1834)*
  Elizabeth Warner Johnson (1793 - 1854)*
  Harriet Warner Rice (1794 - 1863)*
  Elihu Warner (1796 - 1884)*
  John Warner (1797 - 1871)*
  Luther Warner (1798 - 1850)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Riverside Cemetery
Albion
Calhoun County
Michigan, USA
Plot: Old Grounds, Lot 84.
 
Maintained by: Mary E. Warner
Originally Created by: Frank Passic, Albion His...
Record added: Nov 28, 2003
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Wareham Warner
Added by: Rosemary Hagemyer
 
Wareham Warner
Added by: Frank Passic, Albion Historian
 
Wareham Warner
Added by: Frank Passic, Albion Historian
 
 
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