|Birth: ||Aug. 7, 1870|
|Death: ||Mar. 22, 1942|
Newton-8 Valorous was the son of Lewis-7 Cass Warner and his wife Rose Anna Harris.
11 WARNER siblings:
1. Wilbur Lea Warner (12/4/1856–1901).
2. Mark Edric Warner (4/1/1858–5/15/1937).
3. Judson Rawson Warner (1861–1911).
4. Mary Evelyn Warner (1862–1933).
5. Twin boy B-2/1/1864, name unknown. Burial unknown.
6. Twin boy B-2/1/1864, name unknown. Burial unknown.
7. Lewis Grant Warner (1865–1948).
8. Mabelia Bathsheba Warner (1867–1935).
9. [Self] Newton Valorous Warner (8/7/1870–1942).
10. Maude Warner (1872–1928).
11. Captain Joe Warner (10/12/1874–1881).
12. Rosa Warner (1877–1881).
Four siblings died young, including infant twin sons who are buried at an unknown location.
Newton married Mary Delilah Boroughf on November 26, 1890.
5 WARNER children:
1. Claude Leroy Warner (1892-1991).
2. Robert Royden "Royden" Warner (1894-1964).
3. Lewis Alva "Alva" Warner (1897-1985).
4. Unnamed Infant Warner (1909-1909).
5. Olga Irene Warner B-1920.
Obituary, "Grand Rapids Press", pub. 3/20/1942:
Newton Warner, 71, died Sunday at his home south of Mulliken. He was born in Kent county and moved to Mulliken from Grand Ledge 10 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Warner celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in November 1940. He was an active member of the Methodist Church. Surviving are the widow, Mary; three sons, Claude of Coopersville, Royden of Lowell and Alva of Mulliken, and one daughter, Olga. Funeral at 1 Wednesday at the Mulliken Church. Muriel (sic) [Burial] in Alto cemetery.
Lewis Warner M 47 New York
Rose Warner F 39 New York
Wilbur Warner M 13 Michigan
Mark Warner M 11 Michigan
Judson Warner M 9 Michigan
Mary Warner F 7 Michigan
Grant Warner M 5 Michigan
Mabelia Warner F 3 Michigan
1880 Keene, Ionia, MI:
Self Lewis Warner M 57 New York
Wife A. Rose Warner F 49 New York
Son L. Wilbur Warner M 23 Michigan
Son E. Mark Warner M 21 New York
Son Judson Warner M 19 Michigan
Daughter Mary Warner F 18 Michigan
Son S. Grant Warner M 15 Michigan
Daughter B. Amelia Warner F 13 Michigan
-->Son B. Newton Warner M 9 Michigan
Daughter Maude Warner F 7 Michigan
Son J. Captain Warner M 5 Michigan
Daughter Rose Warner F 3 Michigan
Other Andrew Potriff M21 Michigan
1900 Boston Twp., Ionia Co., MI:
Head Newton V. Warner M 30 Mi
Wife Mary D. Warner F 29 OH
Son Claude L. Warner M 8 MI
Son Robert R. Warner M 6 MI
Son Lewis A. Warner M 3 MI
1910 Lowell, Kent, MI:
Head Nuton V. Warner M 39 MI [Newton]
Wife Mary D. Warner F 38 OH
Son Claud L. Warner M 17 MI
Son Robert R. Warner M 15 MI
Son Louis A. Warner M 12 MI
1920 Vergennes, Kent, MI:
Head Newton V. Warner M 49 MI
Wife Mary Warner F 48 OH
Son Robert R. Warner M 25 MI
Daughter-in-law Mary E. Warner F 23 MI
1930 Grand Ledge, Eaton, MI:
Head Newton V. Warner M 59 MI
Wife Mary D. Warner F 59 OH
Daughter Olga I. Warner F 9 MI
1940 Roxand Twp., Eaton, MI:
Newton V. Warner M 69 MI
Wife Mary D. Warner F 69 OH
Daughter Olga I. Warner F 19 MI
Name: Newton Warner
Birth Date: 07 Aug 1870
Birthplace: Walker, Kent, Michigan
Race (Original): W
Father's Name: Lewis Warner
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's Name: Rosa A. Warner
Mother's Birthplace: New York
Name: Newton V. Warner
Event Type: Death
Event Date: 22 Mar 1942
Event Place: Roxand, Eaton, Michigan
Marital Status: Married
Birth Date: 07 Aug 1870
Birthplace: Walker, Michigan
Birth Year (Estimated): 1871
Father's Name: Lewis Warner
Mother's Name: Rose Harris
[Note: Mulliken, in Roxand Twp., Eaton, MI.]
Olga Irene (Warner) Penzin,
"Memories" Collection, 1993:
"...there was a little movie theater "The Idle Hour" in the small river town of Lowell, Kent, MI [which Newton owned]. Selling tickets for the shows was Mary (Boroughf) Warner, mother of three young men. The youngest of them, Alva, took the tickets as people entered the theater. The oldest son, Claude, operated the projector. And because these pictures were silent and "needed a little help," Royden, the middle son, played the piano and Newton, the father, "lectured" the pictures. At times the family owned theaters in other towns--Belding and Lake Odessa, and perhaps also in St. Louis, MI.
"But, for whatever reason, this was not a long-time kind of work for Newton. For a while he was a building mover, making use of horse power in its original form. At one time both Mary and Newton worked in an apple-drying factory. Another time they owned a big, square-framed building in Grand Rapids, which they called "the block," and rented out apartments. Sometimes, Newt, as he was commonly called, did factory work, but perhaps his main life work was farming, for he came back to this again and again.
"He used to trade horses sometimes, so Mary was never sure, when she saw a team of horses coming down the road, whether or not it was her husband driving them."
WARNER Lineage: Newton-8 Valorous Warner, Lewis-7 Cass 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 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.
Research: Mary E. Warner, 2011, 2014, 2015.
Census search: Fraya Weiss, 2013, 2014.
Lewis Cass Warner (1823 - 1906)
Rose Anna Harris Warner (1830 - 1910)
Mary Delilah Boroughf Warner (1870 - 1961)
Claude LeRoy Warner (1892 - 1991)*
Robert Royden Warner (1894 - 1964)*
Lewis Alva Warner (1897 - 1985)*
Infant Male Warner (1909 - 1909)*
Olga Irene Warner Penzin (1920 - ____)*
Wilbur Lea Warner (1856 - 1901)*
Mark Edric Warner (1857 - 1937)*
Judson Rawson Warner (1860 - 1911)*
Mary Evelyn Warner Curtiss (1862 - 1933)*
Lewis Grant Warner (1866 - 1948)*
Mabelia Bathsheba Warner Scott (1868 - 1935)*
Newton Valorous Warner (1870 - 1942)
Maude S. Warner Oberly (1872 - 1928)*
Captain Joe Warner (1874 - 1881)*
Rose A. Warner (1877 - 1881)*
Plot: B-137,GRAVE 5
Maintained by: Mary E. Warner
Originally Created by: Dawn Irwin
Record added: Aug 15, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15364961
Mary E. Warner
Added: Mar. 31, 2012
One time Newton bought a team of horses ... such a great deal until he found out they were blind. per Evelyn Curtis|
Added: Jul. 12, 2011