Warner UE Family

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DNA matches, and descendents of:
Michael Warner (1738-1816) and Margaretha Schrey.
John Fetterly (1750-1810) and Mary Papst (1750-1848) (John Fetterly was a 'late Loyalist', arriving in Osnabruck Township, Upper Canada in 1795, petitioning in 1807 to be added to the U.E. Loyalist list.)
Johann Adam Papst (1732-1803) and Eve Maria (Mary) Hamm (Hamin), died 1817.
James Hough and Phoebe Strickland (Phoebe died in 1815) (Widow Huff/Hawn) Second marriage to Henry Hawn.
George Kentner b. 1727 (Germany), and Sarah Brown. George Kentner was granted land in Matilda Township, later moving to Osnabruck Township, third concession.
Our Loyalist families settled, lived and died in the third and fourth concessions of Osnabruck Township, Stormont County, Upper Canada (Ontario).

We remember our Loyalists with blessings for their ideals, principles and courage. Happy to be able to document and preserve their memories for the future. Ducit amor patriae. Find a Grave is not only a place to find our familes, but also a place to honour our families.

We didn't have as much time as we would have liked to contribute to FAG. We did, however, manage to visit our family cemeteries. Primarily interested in the early settlers after the Revolutionary War.

Many thanks to the photographers who have added headstone photos to our memorials. Your meticulous work is much appreciated.

DNA matches, and descendents of:
Michael Warner (1738-1816) and Margaretha Schrey.
John Fetterly (1750-1810) and Mary Papst (1750-1848) (John Fetterly was a 'late Loyalist', arriving in Osnabruck Township, Upper Canada in 1795, petitioning in 1807 to be added to the U.E. Loyalist list.)
Johann Adam Papst (1732-1803) and Eve Maria (Mary) Hamm (Hamin), died 1817.
James Hough and Phoebe Strickland (Phoebe died in 1815) (Widow Huff/Hawn) Second marriage to Henry Hawn.
George Kentner b. 1727 (Germany), and Sarah Brown. George Kentner was granted land in Matilda Township, later moving to Osnabruck Township, third concession.
Our Loyalist families settled, lived and died in the third and fourth concessions of Osnabruck Township, Stormont County, Upper Canada (Ontario).

We remember our Loyalists with blessings for their ideals, principles and courage. Happy to be able to document and preserve their memories for the future. Ducit amor patriae. Find a Grave is not only a place to find our familes, but also a place to honour our families.

We didn't have as much time as we would have liked to contribute to FAG. We did, however, manage to visit our family cemeteries. Primarily interested in the early settlers after the Revolutionary War.

Many thanks to the photographers who have added headstone photos to our memorials. Your meticulous work is much appreciated.

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