|Birth: ||Jun. 23, 1785|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Aug. 16, 1876|
David-6 Calvin, Jr. was the son of David-5 Calvin Warner Sr. and his wife Mary Russell. He was born in the area of Phelps, Ontario, NY, according to his obituary.
12 WARNER siblings.
He married Olive Rawson in February 1808, in Gorham Township, Ontario, NY.
12 WARNER children:
1. William B-1809 [infant death].
2. Eveline B. Warner (1810-1895) lived with parents almost her whole life. Never married. Buried in Alaska, Kent, MI.
3. Laura (Warner) Smith (1814-?) married Eugene Smith. Mentioned in her sister, Amanda's obit as alive in 1900. Unknown when died or where she is buried. Children's whereabouts unaccounted for, except for son, Hiriam Smith.
2 or 3 Smith children.
4. Charles Calvin Warner (1816-1885) married Eliza Foote. Born in upstate NY, came later than siblings to MI. Buried in Leek Cemetery, Okemos, Ingham, MI. Eliza buried in Alchin Farm Cemetery, Webberville, Ingham, MI.
12 Warner children.
5. Rebecca (Warner) McWhinney (1817-1894) married John McWinney. Came to MI from upstate NY, buried in Bowne Twp. Cemetery, Bowne Center, Kent, MI.
8 McWhinney children.
6. Mary C. (Warner) Fairchild (1817-1903) married Rev. John Fairchild. Came to MI from upstate NY in about 1852. Buried in Alaska Cemetery, Alaska, Kent, MI.
4 Fairchild children.
7. George Valorus Warner (1815-1879) married 1) Miletta Barrett. Came to MI in about 1849 from upstate NY. Date of birth uncertain. Married 2) Emma Lewis after 1868. No children with Emma. Supposedly buried in Saratoga Cemetery, Litchfield, Hillsdale, MI with Miletta.
3 Warner children with Miletta.
8. Maria Jane (Warner) Sears (1822-1896) married Horace Sears. Came to MI in about 1843 from upstate NY. Buried in Whitneyville Cemetery, Whitneyville, Kent, MI.
5 Sears children.
9. Lewis Cass Warner (1823-1906) married Rose Anna Harris. Both buried in Merriman Cemetery, Alto, Kent, MI. Obit for him, none for Rose. Unknown when they moved to MI, but at least by 1863.
12 Warner children.
10. Amanda W. (Warner) Donnelly (1825-1900) married Henry J. Donnelly. Don't know when they came to MI. Both buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Mason, Ingham, MI. Obit here for her and him. He came to MI in about 1847.
0 Donnelly children.
11. Cordelia (Warner) Bailes-Dennison-Slawson (1828-1913) married 3 times, children with each marriage. Came to MI at least by 1864. Buried in Forest Home Cemetery, Greenville, Montcalm, MI with 3rd husband.
2 Bailes children, 1 Dennison child, 2 Slawson children.
12. Mabelia (Warner) Barton (1830-1866) married William N. Barton. Moved from upstate NY to Branch Co., MI by 1860.
Buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, Branch, MI. His death unknown.
3 Barton infant deaths.
Daughter Eveline Warner never married and stayed with her parents her entire life.
David served in the War of 1812 and the Mexican-American War.
While he and his family lived in Oakfield (Caryville), Genesee, NY, he donated a parcel of land and built the first log-house school on Lewiston Road. He owned no less than 90 acres there. See land map.*
At the age of 80 or earlier, David sold his land holdings in Oakfield (Caryville), NY and removed to the Caledonia Twp., Kent, MI area from upstate NY to be near his adult children after his wife Olive died in 1865 in NY state. He purchased land in Kent Co. after his arrival in MI.
He lived, at the age of 85 (1870 Census), with his daughter Maria Jane Sears and her husband Horace Sears and their family (which also included Eveline B., David's spinster daughter, and Chauncey Sears, Horace's 81 year old father) and their three children, Levant, 17, William, 12, and Addie, 10 in Alto, Kent Co., MI. David died in Cascade Twp., Kent Co., MI at the age of 91 in 1876, probably living then with another daughter, Mary (Warner) Fairchild. He is buried in his daughter, Mary, and son-in-law Rev. John Fairchild's burial plot in Alaska, Kent, MI.
He probably also stayed with his daughter Amanda Donnelly in Mason, Ingham, MI for a period of time. Amanda and her husband were owners of the "Donnelly Hotel/House" there.
Preliminary source: "The Descendants of Andrew Warner," by Lucien C. Warner and Josephine Genung Nichols, pub. 1919, pgs. 200 and 702-703.
1850 Oakfield, Genesse, NY:
-->David Warner M 64 New York
Olive Warner F 62 Vermont
Eveline B. Warner F 39 New York
Mabelia A. Warner F 18 New York
Alfred Lewis M 20 New York
1860 Cannot find.
1870 Cascade, Kent, MI:
Horace Sears M 51y New York
Maria Sears F 48y New York
Livant Sears M 17y Michigan [Levant]
William Sears M 12y Michigan
Addie Sears F 10y Michigan
Eveline Warner F 60y New York [daughter of David]
David Warner M 85y New York
NOTE: War of 1812 (1812-1815). Many land and naval conflicts occurred along the New York-Canadian border during the War of 1812.
WARNER Lineage: 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.
*The Land Plot Map, 1858: this from Connie Rowley, a NY internet friend (and a cousin through the my mother's Crippen line) who dug through Oakfield (Caryville), Genesee, NY historical records in 2011 and took the photo for us. The information about the log school house and land-map had never before been known to us present-day (2011) Warner descendants. [Mary E. Warner, 2011.]
In 1772 Tryon County was created. It covered the western and central part of New York State. In 1783, after the American Revolution, Tyron was renamed Montgomery County. In 1789 Ontario County was created from part of Montgomery County. In 1802 Genesee County took over the land west of the Genesee River.
Orleans County was created from Genesee County on April 15, 1825. Orleans County is 23 miles across from east to west and 16 1/2 miles from north to south. It was only sparsely settled in the early 1800's but grew rapidly. Orleans County is bordered by Lake Ontario to the north, Monroe County to the east, Genesee County to the south and Niagara County to the west.
The town of Oakfield and the village of Cary: the name Oakfield became official in 1882, by an act of the state legislature. The maps are online: http://www.oacsalumni.org/gallery/1900OldOakfield.
NOTE: Without this family's
knowledge or approval:
Baptized (LDS) on 11/4/1933
Endowed (LDS) on 3/20/1935
Child sealed (LDS) on 4/19/1946
FACT: David was baptised in the Baptist Church at age 23 and then became a member of the M.E. Church in Alto, Kent, MI.
"As in life, so in death he shall remain."
Research: Mary E. Warner, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
Census research: Fraya Weiss, 2012.
David Calvin Warner (1758 - 1831)
Mary Russell Warner (1754 - 1846)
Olive Rawson Warner (1788 - 1865)
William Warner (1808 - 1808)*
Eveline B. Warner (1810 - 1895)*
Laura Warner Smith (1814 - ____)*
Charles Calvin Warner (1816 - 1885)*
Mary Warner Fairchild (1817 - 1894)*
Rebecca Warner McWhinney (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)*
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)*
Created by: Mary E. Warner
Record added: Jan 28, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64816673