|Birth: ||Sep., 1767|
|Death: ||Jun. 2, 1841|
He was born the son of Ebenezer Percival and Lucy Knowlton, the husband of Anna Whitney of the cotton gin family, married about 1800. Warren was the father of George, Caroline, Luther, Thomas, Julia and others.
Warren was known as the "hog king" because of the number of hogs he raised. Warren was the only member of this family to "go west" so his children knew nothing of the large New England family their father came from.
Ebenezer Percival (1731 - 1813)
Lucy Knowlton Percival (1733 - 1813)
Luther Percival (____ - 1839)*
Thomas Percival (____ - 1839)*
Julania Percival Woodworth (1801 - 1868)*
James Percival (1751 - 1807)*
Jeremiah Percival (1754 - 1831)*
Ebenezer Percival (1766 - 1813)*
Warren Percival (1767 - 1841)
West Williamsfield Cemetery
Maintained by: Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Originally Created by: Ashtabula Co. Gen. Soc.
Record added: Feb 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 65937559