Samuel Warner

Samuel Warner

  • Born in November, 1840 in Ohio.
  • Served in Company C, 33rd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War.
  • Married ARY JANE ARMSTRONG on January 15, 1867 in Pike County, Ohio.
  • Died in 1914.
  • Both Samuel and Jane are buried in Madison Mills Cemetery, Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio.



CHILDREN

  1. JOHN FREDERICK WARNER, born October 30, 1869 in Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio; died January 12, 1955 in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida. He is buried in Marasota Burial Park, Oneco, Florida.
  2. CHARLES S. WARNER, born September 29, 1871 in Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio.
  3. DELLA WARNER, born October 6, 1873 in Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio; died in 1895. Married CARSON McCOY on March 16, 1892 in Fayette County, Ohio - by E.H. Dixon, M.G. Buried in Madison Mills Cemetery, Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio.
  4. MAGGIE D. WARNER, born January 1, 1877 in Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio; died in 1906. Married JAMES M. NANTZ on May 25, 1898 in Fayette County, Ohio - by J. B. Cheney. Buried in Madison Mills Cemetery, Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio.
  5. MILTON S. WARNER, born February 12, 1879 in Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio; died October 10, 1957 in Fayette County, Ohio. Married FAIRY SHUMATE on November 26, 1889 in Fayette County, Ohio. Buried in New Holland, Ohio.
  6. ANGELINE WARNER, born February 14, 1881 in Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio. Married LUTHER CHURTZ on December 31, 1901 in Fayette County, Ohio - by Asa Owens.
  7. PETER HOADLEY WARNER, born April 25, 1883 in Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio; died December 13, 1966 in Bloomingburg, Fayette County, Ohio. Married LILLY DOUGLAS.
  8. GEORGE C. WARNER, born November 15, 1886 in Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio. Married GOLDIE MOSSBARGER on February 3, 1910 in Pickaway County, Ohio.
  9. MARY K. WARNER, born February 12, 1892 in Madison Township, Fayette County, Ohio.

This list of children is incomplete. In 1900, Jane Warner told the census enumerator that she had 10 children, 8 of which were living.

SOURCES:

• Sally Sisk Bassett