Mabelia-7 A. was a daughter of David-6 C. Warner, Jr., and his wife Olive Rawson.
11 WARNER siblings: William, Eveline, Laura Smith, Charles Calvin, Rebecca McWhinney, Mary Charlotte Fairchild, Maria Jane Sears, Lewis Cass, George Valorus, Cordelia Bailes & Dennison & Slawson, Amanda Donnelly, and [Self]. [Not in birth order.]
She married William N. Barton B-1835 and they lived in Batavia, NY and in MI.
BARTON children: They reportedly had three children; each died as an infant in the Batavia, Branch, MI area.
Her husband, William N. Barton's whereabouts remains a mystery. __________ Reference:
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 Coldwater, Branch, MI: William Barton 25 Mabelia Barton 27 _____ "She is on the same lot as The Sell and Williams families. In the lot right to the West of her there is a row of missing markers but those belong to The Leonard family. I had heard one time of these children but I know nothing else really. She is up in the old, old section North of the highway, in which there are a lot of unknown graves and 4 potters' fields. There is no known information for any of the burials in 3 of those 4, almost all of whom were marked unknown in the lot book."
Source: Douglas "Felix" Taber, photographer, 2014. __________ WARNER Lineage: Mabelia-7 (Warner) Barton, 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 Sr., an Englishman who set sail with his wife and several children on the ship "Lyon" from Bristol, England on 8/23/1631 and landed 11/2/1631 at Nantasket, MA; and later completed the journey on 1/7/1632-33 to the newly established (1630) Massachusetts Bay Colony. __________ Primary research: Mary E. Warner, 2011, 2015. __________ Census search: Fraya Weiss, 2013. __________ Preliminary source: "The Descendants of Andrew Warner," by Lucien Warner and Josephine Genung Nichols, pub. 1919.