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Isaac Warner
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Birth: 1670
Worcestershire, England
Death: Apr. 2, 1727
Montgomery County
Pennsylvania, USA

Born in the village of Draycott

Husband of Anne Craven.

Isaac Warner and Anne Craven were authorized to marry, by Philadelphia MM, 10 mo (Dec) 30, 1602. She was probably a daughter of James Craven, a native of Limerick, Ireland, who, it is supposed, was granted 1,000 acres of land by William Penn, May 3-4, 1682, and whose name appears in several warrants and returns of survey of later date. James Craven, with others, had a patent dated 12 mo. (Feb) 24, 1700 (o.s.), for 100 acres of Liberty Lands, in West Philadelphia, on Mill Creek, adjoining Benjamin Chambers and John Penington's lands, and lying some distance back of Blockley plantation, though in Blockley township, near Haverford Road, in what was afterwards called the Valley of West Philadelphia (Pa.). World Connect

The Will of Anne Warner of Blockley township, widow of Isaac, who survived her husband about twenty-seven years, was dated 11mo. (Jan) 23, 1746-7, and proved October 17, 1754. By it she devised to her son William Warner three pounds out of the annual sum he was to pay her for the negro man named Tom Fortune, under his father's will; to her son John Warner, rents due her from him for her plantation at Schuylkill, 3 mo (May), 1745; to her son Isaac Warner, twenty shillings and the stone house she had built at a great charge of trouble, on the land that was to go to him at her death, by her husband's will; to her daughter Anne Warner, a feather bed, etc; and the residue of her estate she divided among her four daughters Mary, Esther, Hannah and Anne. Her son-in-law Richard George, of Merion, in the county of Philadelphia, was named as the sole executor. The witnesses were Hugh Evans and Edward William. World Connect



 
 
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 Parents:
  William Warner (1627 - 1706)
  Ann Dide Warner (1630 - 1705)
 
 Children:
  Anne Warner Wynne (1710 - 1786)*
 
 Siblings:
  John Warner (____ - 1717)*
  Mary Warner Kite (1660 - 1686)*
  Isaac Warner (1670 - 1727)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Merion Friends Burial Ground
Merion Station
Montgomery County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: Taphophile Duo
Record added: Mar 06, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86331732
Isaac Warner
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