|Birth: ||Jul. 7, 1849|
|Death: ||Oct. 24, 1940|
George-8 Leure was the son of George-7 Valorus Warner (1818-1879) and his wife Miletta Barrett (1821-1868).
2 WARNER siblings: Eliza and Lillian.
CIVIL WAR veteran: George Leure Warner enlisted for 3 years on March 5, 1866 at 17 years of age in Detroit, Michigan, as a Private. Discharged June 22, 1866 for disability at Jefferson Barracks, Missouri.
George married Almedia Rossman (1849-1926) on 1/1/1870.
9 WARNER children:
1. Mary May/Mae Warner B-June 20, 1870.
2. Edward Jay Warner B-July 7, 1872.
3. Herbert Leonard Warner B-August 31, 1874.
4. Olive Eva Warner B-July 10, 1877.
5. Blanche Olivia Warner B-Aug. 24, 1879.
6. Nellie Cornelia Warner B-Aug 26, 1881.
7. Marion P. Warner B-July 27, 1884.
8. Georgie Warner B-May 12, 1888 (infant death).
9. Albert Frederick Warner B-June 4, 1896.
At the time of George Leure Warner's death, he left 23 grand-children and 44 great grand-children, according to his obituary.
"Michigan Colony" by L. W. Hubbell, pub. in The Jetmore Republican, Jetmore, Hodgeman, Kansas, May 16, 1957.
"In 1885 George L. Warner went to Valley Twp. Hodgeman Co., KS, in a group move of Litchfield, MI folks called the "Michigan Colony". George had a sod house built before the family of the first 7 children and his wife moved there in the fall of 1886. A stone school house was built on George's land after the Colony arrived.
"At the time the colony came West, the tide of immigration was coming in and covered wagons could be seen creeping along the cross-country roads daily.
"In 1900 the family moved back to MI for about 7 years, then returned to Kansas and located on the George Curtis farm near Bellefort, in Ford Co., six miles east of Spearville, Kansas.
"The family then moved to Stanton Co., Kansas, and farmed their own half section. When George's wife passed away in 1926, he went to live with his children, and lastly with his daughter, Mrs. Blanche Roberts and family."
Obituary for George Leure Warner
Source: "The Jetmore Republican," Jetmore, Hodgeman, Kansas; pub. Thursday, October 31, 1940.
George was ... "born July 7, 1849, at Butler, Branch, Michigan, and passed away Thursday morning, October 24, 1940, at Ordway, Colorado, where he was making his home with a daughter, Mrs. Blanche Roberts, and family.
"Mr. Warner resided in the state of his birth [MI] until the year 1885 when he and his family joined what was termed the "Michigan Colony" and came to Hodgeman County to reside. This Colony was composed of about a dozen families among whom were the Joe Watson, W. F. Eakin, Glode D. Lewis, and B. F. Kenyon families who are well remembered by numerous persons who were present at the funeral. The Colony settled in Valley Township, and so far as is known, Mr. Warner was the last of the older members to pass away.
"The Warner family continued to reside in Valley Township until the year 1900 when they decided to return to Michigan to live but after staying there about seven years, again returned to Kansas and located on the George Curtis farm near Bellefont, in Ford County, six miles East of Spearville, where a progressive farming business was carried on.
"Mr. Warner was one of our best citizens and farmers, coming here when the country was new and undeveloped, and he did his share in helping to make the community a better place in which to live.
"After residing in Ford County a number of years after the return of the family from Michigan, they moved to Stanton County, Kansas, where Mr. Warner purchased a half section of fine land and continued his farming operations for a number of years, and until his wife, Mrs. Almeda Warner, passed away in 1926, after which time he went to live with his children, and lastly with his daughter, Mrs. Blanche Roberts and family.
"Old friends and neighbors of the Warner family will remember the kind hospitality always accorded them when visiting at the home, and in the early days the Warner home was sort of a community center where the young and old alike gathered for entertainment and amusement.
"On January 1, 1870, George L. Warner and Miss Almeda Rossman were united in marriage, and to that union nine chldren were born, namely, Mrs. May Rider, Edward J. Warner, Herbert L. Warner, Mrs. Ollie E. Hubbell, Mrs. Blanche Roberts, Mrs. Nellie Gaskill, Mrs. Marion P. Hubbell, George who died in infancy, and Albert F. Warner. The only surviving children above named are Edward J. Warner, residing in Oregon; Blanche who is now Mrs. Byron L. Roberts, of Ordway, Colorado; and Marion P. who is now Mrs. Eben Hubbell, of Bellefont, Kansas.
"Besides the surviving chldren above named Mr. Warner left 23 grand-children and 44 great grand-children, one sister, Mrs Lillian Faulkner, of Litchfield, Michigan and other relatives.
"Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church in Jetmore Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by the pastor, The Rev. Charles S. Hutsell. The mixed quartet, W. M. Seacat, Miss Adell Ling, Miss Thelma Hubbell and Earl Pitts with Miss Maxine Hubbell accompanist, sang the beautiful songs, "The Old Rugged Cross," "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere", and "Jesus Lover of My Soul."
"The pall bearers were men who were neighbors of the Warner family when they resided in Hodgeman county and were George D. Sinclair, George H. Goebel, E.N. Adams, Joe and Malcolm McKibbin and C.F. Baker.
"Interment was beside his wife and little son George in Fairmount Cemetery, Jetmore."
1850 Litchfield, Hillsdale, MI:
George D. Warner M 35 New York [V.]
Militta Warner F 30 New York
Eliza J. Warner F 11 New York
George L. Warner M 2 Michigan
1860 Litchfield, Hillsdale, MI:
Geo Warner 48 NY
Miletta Warner 40 NY
Eliza J. Warner 20 NY
Geo L. Warner 12 MI
George Warner M 21 MI
Almeda Warner F 21 MI
Leonard Rossman M 49 NY
George Rossman M 10 MI
1880 Clarendon, Calhoun, MI:
Self George Warner M 32 MI
Wife Almeda Warner F 31 MI
Daughter May Warner F 10 MI
Son Eddie Warner M 7 MI
Son Herbert Warner M 5 MI
Daughter Ollive Warner F 2 MI [Olive]
Daughter Blanch Warner F 0 MI [Blanche]
1900 Jetmore, Hodgeman, Kansas:
Head George L. Warner M 52 Michigan
Wife Almedia Warner F 52 Michigan
Daughter Nellie C. Warner F 20 Michigan
Son Albert F. Warner M 5 Kansas B-1895
Daughter Mason Warner F 16 Michigan
1910 Wheatland, Ford, Kansas:
Head George L. Warner M 60 MI
Wife Almetia Warner F 60 MI [Almedia]
Son Albert F. Warner M 13 Kansas
1920 Cannot find.
1930 Lincoln, Grant, Kansas:
Head George L. Warner M 81 MI [Widowed]
Son Herbert L. Warner M 54 MI
1940 Crowley Co., Colorado:
Head Byron L. Roberts F 60 Iowa
Wife Blanche O. Roberts F 60 MI
Father-in-law Geo L. Warner M 90 MI
George L. Warner
Age 21 years
Birth Year: 1849
Spouse's Name: Amanda Rossman [Almedia]
Spouse's Age 21 years
Spouse's Birth Year: 1849
Spouse's Birthplace: Butler, MI
Event Date: 01 Jan 1870
Event Place: Butler, Hillsdale, MI [Branch Co.]
WARNER Lineage: George-8 Leure Warner, George-7 Velorus Warner, 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.
NOTE: Middle name "Leure" from LDS records.
Obituary source: Maxine Sheel, 2011.
Reference and Census Research: Fraya Weiss, 2012, 2014.
Research: Mary E. Warner, 2012, 2014.
George Valorus Warner (1818 - 1879)
Miletta Barrett Warner (1821 - 1868)
Almedia Rossman Warner (1849 - 1926)
Mary May/Mae Warner Ryder-Batcher (1870 - 1926)*
Edward Jay Warner (1872 - 1961)*
Herbert Leonard Warner (1874 - 1930)*
Olive Eva Warner Hubbell (1877 - 1920)*
Blanche Olivia Warner Roberts (1879 - 1970)*
Nellie Cornelia Warner Widdup Gaskill (1881 - 1939)*
Marion P. Warner Hubbell (1884 - 1955)*
George Warner (1888 - 1889)*
Albert Frederick Warner (1896 - 1939)*
Eliza J. Warner Murdock (1840 - 1903)*
George Leure Warner (1849 - 1940)
Lillian A, Warner Faulkner (1860 - 1941)*
Note: Data source: Hodgeman County Genealogy Society
Plot: Lot C Block 7 Row 1
Maintained by: Max
Originally Created by: KBrownst
Record added: Apr 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50746290
THANK YOU, Great Grandfather|
Added: Apr. 6, 2014
Rest in peace, Cousin.|
Mary E. Warner
Added: Jan. 29, 2012
Added: Jul. 30, 2011