|Laura (Warner)Mayer (#47625739)|
| || member for 2 years, 11 months, 27 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
Gosh, what to say? I was born Laura Ann Warner 34 years ago to Earl Arthur Warner and Ramona Joyce Gwaltney. I grew up in Oscoda, Michigan just off Lake Huron in a little village called Footesite.|
I became interested in geneology when it was first introduced to me through my (ex)in-laws who are LDS. I tend to get discouraged and quit my geneology research when I get to a point that I feel I've hit a road block. Then when I pick it back up later on I am overwhelmed with the information I find, which I am eternally greatful for.
I am interested in finding more information on both parents ancestors, though I tend to have more luck with my dad's side. All of the information I have so far is names and dates, no pictures, which is kept on a family tree I am working on called Warner Family Web on MyHeritage.com.
|Messages left for Laura (Warner)M... (1)||[Leave Message]|
|Mary E. Warner||Andrew-1 Warner|
Laura, welcome to findagrave.com. Pleased to be your first "friend" here. I do wonder what photos you may have used, since they are not your "line" (and a findagrave no-no: you must ask permission of the owner of an image before copying). I did have (by mistake) a duplicate entry of Andrew-1 Warner on findagrave complete with a scanned color photo of an oil painting of Andrew-1 and a well-written review of his life and times. But I got merged with the first entry, so I removed the scanned photo. The summing up of his life was then so poorly re-written that I felt the site did not deserve the image. If I could manage the present site, I would put his photo back up. There are some downsides to findagrave.
On the bright side, I have the URL to the book "The Descendants of Andrew Warner" by Lucien Warner and Josephine Genung Nichols, pub. 1919, 800+ pages. I have used it to track down my line and then find the cemeteries and headstones. There are so few errors in it that I cannot imagine using anyone else's later work. I will share the URL with you. It's up to you to download it pdf and then start searching. It is broken down by generations, so the last chapter is far larger than the first. :) Please e-mail me if you wish for the URL of the book--the "Warner Bible"--full of interesting stories, not just names and dates.
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service