|Birth: ||May 6, 1788|
|Death: ||Jul. 10, 1842|
New Jersey, USA
Mordica/Mordecai was born in Deer Creek to Aseph Warner and Ruth Ellicott. He learned the trades of millwright, silversmith and coppersmith. He married Jane Lewis in 1815. For a wedding gift her father John Lewis gave his daughter and new son-in-law a tract of land with a small house located in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
Mordica built their home which they called Warner Homestead.
Mordica had red hair and blue eyes. He helped in the construction of water wheels at various places along the Delaware River and elsewhere.
The Warners were Quaker.
There were also daughters Ruth Ann born & died October 9, 1819, Charity, October 7, 1838/died 1853.
(Note: some information taken from a Warner Book written by Rev. Dr. John L. Warner, 2009)
Jane Lewis Warner (1793 - 1884)
John Lewis Warner (1815 - 1891)*
Aseph Warner (1817 - 1866)*
Letitia Warner (1821 - 1905)*
Elizabeth Healy Warner (1824 - 1905)*
Joseph Cuthbert Warner (1826 - 1904)*
Thomas Silas Warner (1831 - 1854)*
Sarah Jane Warner Hann (1835 - 1895)*
Buckingham Friends Cemetery
Created by: genieresearcher
Record added: May 31, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 91068971
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