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This webpage attempts to share some of the Family History of my grandmother’s WARREN Family. The spelling of the name has changed many times over the years. The immigrant ancestor Richard spelled the name WARING. Various records show different spellings for this family surname. According to the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. 34, Long Island Public Records show that the name was variously written Waring, Warring, Waron, Waren, and Warren. In addition, subsequent descendants spelled the name several different ways, including Waren, Wearen, Wearren, Warin, and Warren. I have been in contact with members of this family that still use the spelling of WARING!

FYI — This is NOT the Warren family who sailed to America on the Mayflower. Some online genealogies have confused our Warren family with the Mayflower Warren family; however, there is no connection, which has been proven by DNA testing.

WARING to WARREN

 With the help of over 30 years of research by Glen Warren (my 3rd cousin, once removed,) I will attempt to briefly include much of the known early history of our Warren family, so that other Warren family members might find their family roots. 
 

My cousin William Wallace (Wally) Warren and his father before him researched the WARREN family history for many years. Wally spent five years writing “An American Family Called Warren” which was released several years ago. The book, which is written in narrative form, contains this Waring/Warren family history back to 1616 at Devonshire, England and identifies the family members through almost 400 years spanning 16 generations and several surname changes. The book has 15 chapters with an index of over 2500 Waring, Wearen, Warren, etc. and allied family names. Each of six separate branches are located in the text as well as in 21 graphic charts that were generated with a new computer program which traces the family generation by generation helping to sort out who is who. There are stories of their activities interwoven with current events that will intrigue, entertain and inform you and your children for many years to come.

 Unfortunately Wally Warren has passed away and no more copies of the Warren book are available for purchase. We have hopes that one day Wally’s son and daughter will assist  in publishing an update to the book. With that in mind, I am collecting information about descendants of these Waring/Wearen/Warren family. Please contact me if you have information to share about this family or if you would like more information.

 Information from Wally tells us that research reveals us to be descended from Richard Waring, who came to America from England in the early 1650′s on the ship, Endeavor, which landed in Boston. Richard was born in 1619 in Kent, England, to Christopher and Alice Webb Waring. Some have identified them as Warrens, but extensive verbatim records throughout the last half of the 1600′s consistently list Richard and his descendents as Warings, as did a family historian of the Waring line more than a century ago. A phonetic sound of that name has carried over into various spelling changes (Waring, Wearen, Wearren, Waren, Warren) since about 1700. While there could be some difference of opinion as to the “true” family name of this line, there can be no legitimate refuting of the fact that various branches and generations have and still are using each of the names mentioned here.

 From The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol. 55, January 1901:

pg. 71: “In 1872 the Harleian Society published an edition of the Devonshire Visitation of 1620, and in this edition the much discussed Warren pedigree appeared, with the statement: “Inserted by later hand.” That it was not the work of the visiting heralds of 1620, and that John and Richard, named as sons of Christopher Warren of the pedigree, are not identical with Richard Warren of the Mayflower, and John Warren of Watertown (author of the Warren Genealogy book), is clear from the following facts: Christopher Warren married Alice Webb, 15 June 1613. His second son, John, who was born in 1617, hence not the John Warren “aged about 45 years,” who emigrated to Massachusetts in 1630, in the fleet of Saltonstall, and became the founder of Warrens of Watertown. Richard, the 3rd son of Christopher Warren, was baptized at Sydenham Damrell, 15 August 1619, and was five years younger than his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth March, who was not licensed to marry her first husband until 1629. The license reads: “March, Francis, gent., of Stepney, bachelor, 26, and Elizabeth Ivatt of St. Botolph, Aldgate, spinster, 15, daughter of Oliver Ivatt, deceased, consent of Hugh Bourman her father (in law), at Westham, Essex, 20 August, 1629.” (London Marriages Licenses) The first marriage of Elizabeth (Ivatt) March was one year after Richard Warren, the Mayflower Pilgrim, had died at Plymouth, Massachusetts.” – J. Granville Leach

The following information was found on Ancestry.com:

England Marriages, 1538-1973

Groom’s Name: Christopher Warren

Bride’s Name: Alyce Webbe

Marriage Date: 15 Jun 1613

Marriage Place: Sydenham Damerel, Devon, England

Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M16849-1

Source Film Number: 916992

 If you think that you might be a descendant of the Richard Waring of this family, I encourage you to get your DNA tested. There is currently a WARREN Family Tree DNA project at http://www.familytreedna.com/public/warren/default.aspx?section=yresults. There is also a WARING DNA project at http://www.familytreedna.com/public/Waring/default.aspx?section=yresults

Since there are more participants in the Warren project, my recommendation is to join that project, even if your name is spelled Waring.

I have been contacted my men whose surname is spelled Wearren, Waring, Waren, and Warren and they are all descendants of this Richard WARING. The more males we get to join the project, the more information we can find out about our ancestors and perhaps we can find out which WARING (or WARREN) in England we all descend from!  

From the New York Genealogical and Biographaphical Record, Vol. 34: Richard Waring, Sr., probably the founder of the family in this country (America) is first traced Dec. 8, 1663, when his name appears in a list of jurors at a Court held at Ashford in the town of Brookhaven on Long Island, N.Y.; in 1683 we find him on the Brookhaven Assessment Roll; in 1696 he is described as of Cold Spring, Long Island, and gives a deed of land there to his son, Edmund Waring who afterwards removed to Norwalk, Conn., where he died Aug. 5, 1749, aged 76 (Jamaica Co. Deeds, Vol. 5, pg. 230.

Family of Arthur Wearen/Warren 

The below information on my line of Warrens is from my cousin Glendon Warren, and was published in the Butler County History Book:

Arthur Warren (1810-1895) was born in the Buckeye area of Garrard County, Kentucky, and died at Warren’s Mill in Butler County. Warren’s Mill received its name from the operation of a water powered mill on land he bought in 1848 on Indian Camp Creek. The land was then referred to as the Mosby James mill site. The community was thereafter known as Warren’s Mill. Mosby had operated a sawmill, but Arthur apparently converted it to a grist mill. Mosby’s grandson, Lycurgus Reid, write on 1921 of having seen the sawmill in operation, and that it was so slow that grandfather could take off for lunch while one cut was being made on a log. The place has since become known as Gilstrap, but its original name has been retained by the old Warren’s Mill Cemetery. 

Genealogical research has recently revealed Arthur to have been a grandson of Virginia born Jacob Wearren, who moved to Madison County, Kentucky by 1795. He then moved to Lincoln County and back to Madison before settling in Garrard County in 1804. Within a few decades many of his descendants had changed to the more familiar Warren name, but some in that area still use the Wearen or Wearren name. Arthur appears beyond reasonable doubt to have been the second child of John Wearen, one of the seven identified children of Jacob to have had families in northeastern Garrard County.

Arthur married as a Wearen in 1831 to Martha “Patsy” Arbuckle (1812-1846), daughter of Samuel and Tabitha Drinkard Arbuckle, and moved to Butler County in 1839 with the first three of their six children. They were joined there in 1846 by his brother, Liberty (1811-1850), who also had six children. They continued to use the Wearen name for a while, as shown by tax lists, but they were otherwise generally listed by others as Warrens. Liberty was buried as a Wearren, Arthur as a Warren. With the exception of Arthur’s grandson, Finis Wearren, all their descendants have used the Warren name. All Warrens with a Warren’s Mill ancestral home background are descended from Arthur or Liberty. There is no known relationship to the Warrens who lived in the southern part of Butler County.

Arthur married Susan Kessinger in 1853 and they had two children, He married Jane Cochran in 1858, and they also had two children. His son, Samuel Francis (1835-1911) was a Civil War Confederate soldier, conscripted while in Arkansas. Another son, John Logan (1844-1905, was a Union soldier volunteer. They learned after the war of having been in the opposing forces at the Battle of Iron Mountain. Both returned to Warren’s Mill and lived out their lives there, with John dying of a lung ailment of wartime origin.

Descendants of Liberty intermarried in the 1800’s with Clark, Embry, Cochran, James, Bradley, Allen, Adams, and Arbuckle families. A daughter, Martha Green (1850-1929), married Richard S. James, becoming ancestor to many James families in several states. Kentucky State Representative Willard Allen is a fifth generation descendant of Liberty Warren.

Descendants of Arthur intermarried in that period with Hobdy, James, Gully, Gardner, Atchison, Short, Bennett, Butler, Liles, and Goodall families. His son, John Logan, was father of William Volney (1867-1938) who had fifteen children born in Butler County. One of these, Ercel Haward Warren (1896-1957), served two terms in the 1940’s as Butler County Court Clerk. He had five children, one of whom is this writer, Glendon E. Warren (1926- ). A genealogy of the Jacob Wearren line has been compiled, and is available at the Butler County Historical Society and the Butler and Ohio County libraries, since 1986

In about 1904 the following family history was written by my great-grandfather, Arthur Alexander Warren. The original handwritten copy of this history was found in the attic of the Warren log house near Warrens Mill, Kentucky. No attempts have been made to correct any misspelled words, incomplete sentences, etc. I’d like to thank my cousin, Glen Warren for his many years of Warren family research which made it possible for me to acquire this information.

I have published this information here in the hope that other Warren family researchers might be able to gain some knowledge of their family. Feel free to email me if you find a connection or you have more information to share.

Warren Family History, written by Alexander Arthur Warren in ca 1904

“Arthur and Martha Warren moved from near “Lancaster” County seat of Garrard County, in a farm wagon and stopped at Graham school house, about 100 yards west of the present school house. They lived there about three months, then moved to Morgantown in a farm wagon and crossed Green River at Wilson place diagonal up the river on opposite shore (forded the river).
Morgantown at that time was very crude. The yard fences were mostly made of fence-rales. (worm fences)
Arthur Warren worked at the Carpenter trade and cabinet work. While there John L., the youngest child was born. He then moved back near Graham school house to the John Austin place. There his wife Martha died, Arthur then let Uncle Joe James take Samuel F. and J.L., the baby, to keep for him until he could do better.
While there J.L., just in school age, had to be chastised and he threatened to quit boarding if Uncle Joe did not let up on him. (it was all free gratis).
While living at this place Arthur Warren married Becky (this should be Susan) Kessinger. Sister to Jim and Bill Kessenger. To this union was born one child, Smith, (a girl). She married George Gardner, he was known as (Grabbers) He was supposed to be a minister of the Gospel (?) Church named Innominata.
When Arthur Warren moved from this place he went to the then Frank James place, where the Warren’s Mill school and Church now stands. At that time it took in running from the Boy Butler place on hill above Gilstrap straight west to Zett Nomes place, then North to Bryant place, thence East to the Elmore Stewart line, thence South to the beginning.
While there, he, Arthur, married his third wife, Jane M. Cochran, daughter of Samuel and Millie Cochran. She had one son Andy Cochran, who died in the Civil War. To this union were born Thomas Jefferson and Martha Warren, who died in her teens. She was “afflicted” from childhood. Thomas Jefferson Warren married Janie Atchison To this union was born one son, Finis Warren.
Samuel F. Warren went with Alexander Hobdy, W.E. (odd) Hudson, and Volney James and their families to Corning, Arkansas and while there the Civil war broke out and he was conscripted into the Confederate Army and fought and dodged and did patrol on guard duty through the war. At one time his beat was on a 12 mile of plank road that crossed “Nigger Wool” swamp when it was a wilderness of water, grass, buck bushes, and cane from knee high to twenty feet. The road crossed from Grey’s Ridge to what is now Morehouse. To-day the swamp is in a high state of cultivation and will grow most anything that grows in the United States. The soil is from three to twenty feet deep and to-day some of the best roads in the state crosses that swamp.
While he was in the war he was in the battle of the Iron Mountain and learned after the war his baby brother, John Logan, was in the same battle. While he was on the mountain he was on a six mule load of lead “pigs” (about the size of a paving brick) and the backing pin that held the neck yoke jumped out and they had to whip the team about one mile.
When they moved back to Kentucky they used Strap Skien wagons drawn by oxen and used coal tar for lubercation. There were S.F. and wife, W. E. Hodson,Wife, and one daughter, Lizzie, Sam Hobdy, Wife and five daughters, Acrata, then old Hudsons wife, Eveline then S.F.Warrens wife Sallie (Sis), Idel, and Fannie. Mrs. Volney James and two children, WmM. James (Brud), and Berrilla James accompanied by Liberty Smith (Todd) Warren.
They came North on Walnut Ridge to Poplar Bluff, forded Black River there then East to dexter, and then North East across Nigger Wool swamp on the famous plank road. While crossing on that road Brud’s Oxen balked on a bridge and backed the wagon off the bridge and S.F.W. who was behind him whipped his team up and pushed him on across.
John Logan Warren, youngest son and sixth child of Arthur and M. Warren, (nee-Arbuckle) was born May 11th, 1844, in Coley County, Ill., near Mattoon, Ill. His Father moved to Butler County, Ky. When J.L. was a wee baby and in a short time his Mother died and John L. had a hard time for awhile. When he was a small child his father let old Uncle Joe James keep him, and he went to school some when in the Graham school neighborhood, as Joe James lived near the John Austin place. At the breaking out of the Civil war in 1861 he went into the Union Army and faught with them until the close of the war. John L. was in lots of hard fought battles but never got a scratch, but his health was impared through explosions and finally lost one lung,–Came back and married Miss Burilla C. James, second child and only daugher of Volney and Martha James, on November 12th, 1866, in Butler County, Kentucky.
Burilla C. James was born August 31st, 1846 in Ohio County, Kentucky.
Martha Evelyn Warren, first child and second child of J.L. and B.C. Warren was born April 29th, 1870- Eugene and Minnie J. Warren were born August 23rd, 1875. Minnie J. Warren died Feb. 1st, 1879 and Eugyne died May 14th, 1890.
Everett E. Warren, fifth child and third son of J.L. and B.C. Warren was born April 14th, 1888 in Butler County, Ky.
Francis Arbuckle, son of Tabitha (Drinkard) was born in 1801 and married Miss Sevastian of Garrard County, Kentucky. They had four children- John Wesley, (William Drinkard), Martha, Samuel, Tabitha Arbuckle.
John Wesley the oldest son was a soldier in the Mexican war under old Zac Taylor. When the war was over John W. Arbuckle came back to Garrard Co., Ky. And married Miss Lucy McMillion-oldest daughter of Robert McMillion. They had eight children – George Ann, Mart Gert, Callie, Belle, Betty, Ella, and Oliva Cordie also one boy, Robert Fulton Arbuckle.”

The rest of this Warren Family History contains only dates of births, marriages and deaths. I have included those persons and dates in the descendency chart shown below.

My Grandmother, Catherine Warren, with members of her extended family. Photo taken probably at the Church of Christ in Kane, Greene Co., Illinois ca. 1915

 

Sources:

1. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol. 34, 1903;  by New York Genealogical and Biographical Society.

2. New England Marraiges Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1985

3. The New-England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 1-50; Editors and Compilers Josephine E. Rayne, Effie L. Chapman, Theodora Kimball; Picton Press, Camden, Maine, 1989.

4. A Short History of the Warings by R. N. Waring; Tyrone, Pa. 1898.

5. Records. Town of Brookhaven up to 1800;  As compiled by the Town Clerk; Patchhogue, Printed at the Office of the “Advance”; 1880.

6. Records of the Town of Brookhaven Book A, 1657-1679 and 1790-1798 Including the Dongan Patent, 1686; Published by order of The Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonality of the Town by Walter I. Jones, Town Clerk and Ira G. Rogers, Trustee, Committee; Transcription copy by William J. Weeks – Archibald C. Weeks, Reginald C. Weeks – Osborn Shaw; New York; The Derrydale Press, 1930.

7. Brookhaven Town Records, Volume I – 1662-1679; Published by order of the Trustees of the Freeholders and Commanalty of the Town by O. B. Akerly, Wilmot T. Cox, Archibald C. Weeks, Committee; New York, Tobias A. Wright, Printer and Publisher, 1924.

8. An American Family Called Warren by William Wallace Warren, Nov. 4, 1992, Harleysville, Pa.

9. 1900 Census, Butler Co., Kentucky, ED 31, sheet # 7.

10. 1940 Census, St. Louis (City) Missouri, E. D. No. 96-21A, Sheet No. 10B.

11. 1910 Census, 5th Magistr. District, Butler Co., Kentucky; E. D. No. 39, Sheet No. 7.

Descendant Chart  

1..Richard Waring b. Abt. 1615 in Greenwich, Kent, England d. Abt. 1670 in Brookhaven, Long Island, New York. Immigration: 1654 on the ship “Endeavor” from England to Boston. 

…+Elizabeth Ivatt b: Abt. 1614 m: 1640 in England d: Bef. 1654 in England

.….. 2 Thomas Doxie Waring

…… 2 Peter Waring

…… 2 Richard Waring b: 1650 in England d: Bet. 1696 – 1697 in Cold Springs, Long Island, New York

……… +Lydia Akerly m: 1671 in Brookhaven, L.I. NY

…………. 3 John Waring (Waren) b: Abt. 1672 in Cold Springs, Long Island d: Abt. 04 Jul 1733 in Amity Township, Philadelphia County, PA (See Sources # 2 New England Marriages Prior to 1700, pg. 780)

…………….. +Elizabeth White b: in Southhampton, L.I., Suffolk Co., NY m: 1694 in Oyster Bay, L.I., NY

……………….. 4 John (Jr.) Waren b: Abt. 1696 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York d: 13 Jul 1734 in Amity, Phila County

…………………… +Saylone ?

……………….. 4 Elizabeth Waren b: Abt. 1698 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, NY

…………………… +James White m: 1720 d: 08 Feb 1728/29

………………………. 5 Timothy White

………………………. 5 Sarah White

………………………. 5 Jacob White

………………………. 5 Richard White

………………………. 5 Uriah White

………………………. 5 James White 

……………….. 4 James Waren b: 1700 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York d: 29 Oct 1731 in Amity, Phila County

…………………… +Justina Sadowsky m: 1721 d: Abt. 1731 

………………………. 5 James Waren b: 05 May 1722 

………………………….. +Hannah Holloway b: 05 Oct 1765

………………………. 5 John Waren b: 08 Mar 1730/31 in Amity, Phila County d: 15 Dec 1772

………………………….. +Ellen ?

……………….. 4 Jacob Waren b: Abt. 1703 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York d: 17 Jan 1770 in Augusta County, VA

…………………… +Ann ? m: 1725

………………………. 5 John Waren b: 1732 in Amity Township, Philadelphia Co. (now Berks), PA d: 1809 in Harrisonburg, Rockingham Co., VA

………………………….. +Sarah Harrison

……………………………… 6 John Waren b: Abt. 1778

…………………………………. +Sarah Jane McAllister m: 10 Mar 1807 in Monroe Co., VA (now WV)

……………………………………. 7 James A. Warren b: 1809

……………………………………….. +Lydia Ann Wiley

…………………………………………… 8 McDowell Monroe Warren b: 1835

………………………………………………. +Mary Ann Eddy

………………………………………………….. 9 James McDowell Warren b: 1860

……………………………………………………… +Mary Jane Shultz

……………………………………. 7 Andrew Jackson Warren b: 1820

……………………………………….. +Mary Ann McCoy m: 1844

…………………………………………… 8 GG GF Warren

………………………………………………….. 9 G GF Warren

……………………………………. 7 Eleanor Warren

……………………………………. 7 William L. Warren

 (I previously listed Uriah Nathaniel Warren and Thornton F. Warren as sons of John Warren on this website. I have been informed by Janice McAlpine that she has documented proof that Thornton F. Warren and Uriah Nathaniel Warren are NOT sons of John Warren and Sarah Jane McAllister. Thornton’s parents were Uriah and E. Warren. Uriah Nathaniel’s parent’s were Nathaniel Warren and Nancy Galbraith.

………………………. 5 ? Waren

………………………. 5 ? Waren

………………………. 5 ? Waren

……………….. 4 Abijah Waren b: Abt. 1707 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York

………………………. 5 ? Waren

………………………. 5 ? Waren

……………….. 4 Michael Waren b: 15 Jul 1711 in Queens County, Long Island, New York d: 24 Feb 1795 in Rockingham Co., VA

…………………… +M. Barbara Mathews m: Abt. 1735 in Amity, Phila Co., PA d: Abt. 1743

……………….. *2nd Wife of Michael Waren:

…………………… +Catherine Hinton b: 1726 in Amity, Pennsylvania m: 1745 in Philadelphia, PA d: Oct 1804 in Rockingham Co., VA

………………………. 5 Timothy Waren b: Abt. 1746 in Amity, Philadelphia County, PA

………………………….. +Catherine Needham

………………………. 5 Edmond Waren b: 1748 in Amity, Philadelphia County, PA

………………………. 5 James Waren b: Abt. 1751 in Augusta Co., VA

………………………. 5 Abijiah Waren b: 1753 in Augusta Co., VA

………………………….. +Casa ?

……………………………… 6 Michael Waren b: 1790 in Virginia d: 1871 in Mills County, Iowa

…………………………………. +Mary Ann Coe b: in Ohio m: 1822 in Athens Co., Ohio

……………………………………. 7 Josiah Wearin b: 02 May 1824 in West Virginia d: 08 Nov 1879 in St. Charles, Missouri

Josiah and his brother Otha were killed in a train accident in St. Charles, Missouri when the train, consisting of 17 cars of live stock and a caboose, collapsed into the Missouri river when the train bridge collapsed. One article misspelled his surname as “Mearen.”

Notice at this generation of descendants the name changes from Waren to Wearin. The name Wearin has carried down to this day.

……………………………………….. +Olive Smith b: in Rochester, New York (11 miles west) m: 03 Sep 1848

…………………………………………… 8 Frances M. Wearin

…………………………………………… 8 Adelbert J. Wearin

…………………………………………… 8 Coloma Wearin

…………………………………………… 8 Inda A. Wearin

…………………………………………… 8 Ida M. Wearin

…………………………………………… 8 Olive Wearin

…………………………………………… 8 Flora Wearin

……………………………………. 7 Otha Wearin b: 22 Mar 1826 in Harrison county, Virginia; d. 08 Nov 1879 in St. Charles, Missouri

Otha and his brother Josiah were killed in a train accident in St. Charles, Missouri when the train, consisting of 17 cars of live stock and a caboose, collapsed into the Missouri river when the train bridge collapsed. 

……………………………………….. +Martha Workman b: 1832 m: 1859 d: Abt. 1862 in Mills County, Iowa

…………………………………………… 8 Charles O. Wearin

…………………………………………… 8 Joseph A. Wearin

…………………………………………… 8 William Henry Wearin

…………………………………………… 8 Mark V. Wearin

……………………………… 6 Edmund Waren/Warren b: 1778

…………………………………. +Mary Skiver

……………………………………. 7 John Warren b: 1813 in Greene Co., PA

……………………………………….. +Rachel Brooks

…………………………………………… 8 ? Warren

………………………. 5 Jacob (Wearen, Sr.) Waren b: 1755 in Augusta County, Virginia d: 1817 in Garrard County, KY

………………………….. +?

……………………………… 6 Hanna Wearen b: 1777 in Greenbrier County, Virginia d: Bef. 1860 in Garrard, KY

…………………………………. +Drury Gully b: Abt. 1774 m: 24 Jan 1795

……………………………………. 7 Ashley Gully

……………………………………. 7 Elizabeth Gully

……………………………………….. +? Hardin

……………………………………. 7 Dicy Gully

……………………………………….. +William Mary

……………………………………. 7 John Will Gully

……………………………………. 7 Emily Gully

……………………………………. 7 Orleana Gully

……………………………………. 7 Jane Gully

……………………………………….. +Frederick Sagecy

……………………………………. 7 America Gully

……………………………………….. +David May

……………………………………. 7 Malinda Gully

……………………………………….. +Robert Knight

……………………………………. 7 Mary Gully

……………………………………….. +Eli Green

……………………………………. 7 Thomas Gully b: 1795

……………………………………. 7 Griffin Gully b: 1808

……………………………… 6 Michael (III) Wearen b: 1779 in Virginia d: Abt. 1837 in Garrard County, KY

…………………………………+Elizabeth McMullin m: 20 Jan 1803 in Madison, KY

……………………………………7 Enoch Wearen b: 1807 in Garrard County, KY d: 1836

………………………………………+ Denisa West b. 1807  d. 1883

………………………………………….8 Howard Wearren b: 1834 d. 1894

…………………………………………..+ Almira Davidson b. 1838 d. 1911

……………………………………………..9 Rosa Wearren b. 1871 d. 1964

………………………………………………+ Dr. Charles Earl Peel b.1868  d.1942

………………………………………………10 Allene Peel b. 1897 d. 1956

………………………………………………..+ Harold M. Cross b. 1890 d. 1974

……………………………… *2nd Wife of Michael (III) Wearen:

…………………………………. +Sarah “Sally” Ward m: 1817

……………………………………. 7 Elizabeth Wearen b: 1820 in Garrard County, KY

……………………………… 6 William Wearen b: 1783 in Virginia d: Aft. 1860 in Garrard County, KY

…………………………………. +Mary “Polly” Jones b: Abt. 1787 in Greenbrier County, Virginia m: 03 Feb 1804 in Garrard County, KY d: Aft. 1860

……………………………………. 7 ? Wearen

……………………………………. 7 ? Wearen

……………………………………. 7 ? Wearen

……………………………………. 7 Elizabeth Wearen b: 1804 in Garrard County, KY

……………………………………….. +Travis McMillen m: 1823

……………………………………. 7 Dicy Wearen b: Abt. 1805 in Garrard County, KY

……………………………………….. +George Lear

……………………………………. 7 Levisa Wearen b: Abt. 1807 in Garrard County, KY

……………………………………….. +Buford West m: 1828

……………………………… 6 John (Waren) Wearen b: 13 Dec 1785 in Greenbriar County, VA d: 07 Jul 1864 in Garrard County, KY Burial: Buckeye Negro Cemetery, PLEASANT RUN CHURCH CEMETERY

…………………………………. +Sarah “Sally” Jones b: 1785 in VA m: 09 Aug 1805 in Garrard County, KY d: Bet. 1864 – 1870 in Butler Co., KY Burial: Buckeye Church Cemetery

……………………………………. 7 ? Wearen

……………………………………. 7 ? Wearen

……………………………………. 7 Nancy Wearen b: 28 May 1806 in Garrard County, KY d: 02 Mar 1869 in Garrard Co., KY Burial: Buckeye Church Cemetery

……………………………………….. +Truman Freeman Prather b: Bet. 1797 – 01 Jan 1798 in Madison County, KY m: 10 Nov 1824 in Garrard Co., KY d: 06 Jul 1888 in Garrard Co., KY Burial: Buckeye Church Cemetery

…………………………………………… 8 James M. B. Prather b: Bet. 1812 – 1813 in Madison Co., KY d: 12 Mar 1894

………………………………………………. +Lucinda Lear b: 12 Jan 1809 in KY m: Bet. 27 Mar – 15 Jul 1832 in Garrard Co., KY

………………………………………………….. 9 Freeman M. Prather b: Bet. 15 Nov 1844 – 1846 in KY d: 12 Mar 1921

……………………………………………………… +Margaret Elizabeth Doolin b: Bet. 20 Dec 1841 – 1842 in Garrard Co., KY m: Bet. 10 Jan 1866 – 10 Jan 1867 in Lancaster, Garrard Co., KY d: Bet. 17 Jan – 01 Feb 1916 in Kirksville, Madison Co., KY

…………………………………………… 8 John Prather b: Jan 1826 d: 06 Jan 1826

……………………………………. 7 Arthur Warren b: 28 Oct 1810 in Garrard County, KY d: 14 Jul 1895 in Butler County, KY Burial: Warren’s Mill Cemetery, Butler County, KY

Arthur Wearen/Warren ca. 1875

……………………………………….. +Martha “Patsy” Arbuckle b: Dec 1812 in Garrard County, KY m: 19 Dec 1831 in Garrard County d: 15 Sep 1846 in Butler County, KY Burial: Green River Baptist Church Cemetery, Cromwell, Butler Co., KY

…………………………………………… 8 Elizabeth L. Warren b: 31 Oct 1832 in Garrard County, KY d: 12 Nov 1852 in Warren’s Mill, Butler County, KY

………………………………………………. +Elvis G. Bryzendine b: Abt. 1827 in Tennessee m: 12 Jul 1849 in Sumner County, TN

………………………………………………….. 9 John A. Brisandine b: 13 Apr 1851 d: 15 Nov 1852

…………………………………………… 8 Samuel Francis Warren b: 07 Aug 1834 in Garrard or Butler Co., KY d: 09 Dec 1911 in Warren’s Mill, Butler Co., KY Burial: 09 Dec 1911 V77, C30605), Warren’s Mill Cemetery. Butler Co., KY

………………………………………………. +Evelyn Hobdy b: 28 Jan 1846 in Ohio Co., KY m: 04 Feb 1863 in Corning, Clay Co., AR d: 16 Apr 1938 in McHenry, Ohio Co. KY Burial: 16 Apr 1938 Warren’s Mill Cemetery. Butler Co., KY

………………………………………………….. 9 Sarah M. Warren b: 23 Aug 1866

……………………………………………………… +Jesse Bennett

………………………………………………….. 9 Robert Elvis Warren b: 05 Feb 1867

………………………………………………….. 9 Alexander Arthur Warren b: 16 Apr 1868 in Butler Co., KY d: 15 Nov 1947 in Jacksonville, IL Burial: Kane Cemetery, Kane, Greene County, IL

Arthur Alexander Warren 1919

……………………………………………………… +Martha A. Short b: Abt. 20 Feb 1874 in Missouri m: 02 Jan 1894 in Greene Co., IL d: 04 Feb 1899 in Warren’s Mill, Butler Co., Kentucky

Martha Short Warren, wife of Alexander Warren, ca. 1894

………………………………………………….. 9 Mary Frances Warren b: 15 Feb 1870 in Butler County, KY d: 28 Jun 1931 in McHenry, Ohio County, KY

……………………………………………………… +Henry Euphratus James b: 16 Feb 1866 in Ohio County, KY m: 07 Oct 1894 in Butler County, KY d: 30 May 1945 in McHenry, Ohio County, KY

………………………………………………….. 9 Ida Jane Warren b: 15 Feb 1872 in Butler County, KY d: Bef. 1900

……………………………………………………… +Robert Butler

………………………………………………….. *2nd Husband of Ida Jane Warren:

……………………………………………………… +Robert E. Butler m: 1896

…………………………………………… 8 Liberty Smith Warren b: 25 Oct 1836 in Garrard County, KY d: 25 Feb 1875 in Kentucky

………………………………………………. +Hanah Allen m: 22 Jan 1861 in Randolph County, Arkansas

…………………………………………… 8 Nancy Ellen Warren b: 28 Sep 1839 in Jolly Austin Place, Butler County. KY d: 03 Feb 1912 in Butler Co., KY

………………………………………………. +Nathaniel Gulley m: 05 Oct 1857 in Butler Co., Kentucky

………………………………………………….. 9 ? Gully

………………………………………………….. 9 ? Gully

………………………………………………….. 9 ? Gully

………………………………………………….. 9 ? Gully

………………………………………………….. 9 ? Gully

…………………………………………… *2nd Husband of Nancy Ellen Warren:

………………………………………………. +John Wesley Arbuckle b: 11 Aug 1824 in Ohio Co., KY m: 16 Jun 1877 d: 25 Feb 1892 in Butler Co., KY Burial: Feb 1892 Warrens Mill Cemetery, Gilstrap, KY

………………………………………………….. 9 Robert Fulton Arbuckle b: 1856 d: 1902

……………………………………………………… +Frances Hobdy b: 17 Dec 1857 m: 21 Nov 1877 in Butler County, Kentucky d: 1882

………………………………………………….. *2nd Wife of Robert Fulton Arbuckle:

……………………………………………………… +Florence James m: 20 Sep 1882

………………………………………………….. 9 Leslie Logan Arbuckle b: 17 Jun 1878 in Reedyville, Kentucky d: 07 Apr 1959 in Canalou, MO Burial: Mounds Cemetery, Lilbourn, MO

……………………………………………………… +RosaAna Miller m: 02 Dec 1900 in Ohio County, KY d: 03 Apr 1906

………………………………………………….. *2nd Wife of Leslie Logan Arbuckle:

……………………………………………………… +Coela Greer b: 05 Jan 1884 in Ohio Co., KY m: 24 Dec 1911 in Morehouse, MO d: 21 Apr 1963 in Canalou, MO

…………………………………………… 8 Wiliam Henry Harrison Warren b: 25 Nov 1841 in Morgantown, Butler County, KY d: 12 Sep 1846 in Butler County, KY

…………………………………………… 8 John Logan Warren b: 11 May 1844 in Mattoon, Coles County, Illinois d: 05 Oct 1905 in Warren’s Mill, Butler County, KY

………………………………………………. +Burilla Carolyn James b: 31 Aug 1846 in Ohio County, KY m: 01 Nov 1866 in Butler County d: 01 Jan 1920

………………………………………………….. 9 William Volney Warren b: 15 Jul 1867 in KY d: 01 Mar 1938

……………………………………………………… +Yettie Goodall b: 13 Jan 1877 in KY m: 1893 d: 28 Oct 1957

………………………………………………….. 9 Martha Evaline Warren b: 29 Apr 1869 d: 31 Dec 1912

……………………………………………………… +William Cicero Liles b: 1868 d: 1931

………………………………………………….. *2nd Husband of Martha Evaline Warren:

……………………………………………………… +William Cicero Liles b: 07 Oct 1869 d: 08 Mar 1931 in Springfield, Illinois

………………………………………………….. 9 Eugene Warren b: 23 Aug 1875 in Warren’s Mill, Butler County, KY d: 19 May 1889

………………………………………………….. 9 Minnie J. Warren b: 23 Aug 1875 in Warren’s Mill, Butler County, KY d: 01 Feb 1879 in Ohio County, KY

………………………………………………….. 9 Everett Eustis Warren b: 14 Apr 1888 in Warren’s Mill, Butler County, KY d: 01 Apr 1944 in Ohio County, KY

……………………………………………………… +Donna Morris b: 02 Jul 1888 in Butler Co., KY m: 17 Jan 1914 d: 03 Nov in Hartford, Ohio County, KY

……………………………………. *2nd Wife of Arthur Warren:

……………………………………….. +Susan Ann Kessinger m: 30 May 1853 in Butler Co., Kentucky

…………………………………………… 8 Rebecca Smith Warren b: 12 Oct 1855 in Butler Co., KY

………………………………………………. +George P. Gardener m: 1872

……………………………………. *3rd Wife of Arthur Warren:

……………………………………….. +Jane M. Cochran b: 1826 in Tennessee m: 02 Jan 1858 in Butler Co., Kentucky d: Aft. 1880

…………………………………………… 8 George Thomas Warren b: 1858 in Kentucky d: 1889

………………………………………………. +Sarah Janie Atchison m: 1881

………………………………………………….. 9 Finis Warren

…………………………………………… 8 Martha Alice Warren b: 1860 in Kentucky d: Abt. 1875

……………………………………. 7 Liberty Warren b: 1811 in Kentucky d: 1850

……………………………………….. +Nancy ? b: 1817 in Kentucky

…………………………………………… 8 Elizabeth Warren b: 28 Mar 1837 in Garrard County, KY d: Aft. 1910

………………………………………………. +Fleming James Clark b: 15 Jan 1836 in Garrard County, Kentucky m: 11 Nov 1857 in Morgantown, Butler County, Kentucky d: 20 Mar 1904 in Butler County, Kentucky

………………………………………………….. 9 ? Clark

………………………………………………….. 9 Finis W. Clark b: 11 Dec 1858 in Butler County, Kentucky d: 1921 in Butler County, Kentucky

……………………………………………………… +Mary ? b: 1871

………………………………………………….. 9 Rosanah Clark b: 29 Jan 1861 d: 28 Dec 1939 in Ohio Co., KY

……………………………………………………… +William Mosby “Brud” James b: 17 Jul 1849 m: 05 Jul 1877 in Butler County, Kentucky d: 01 Feb 1911

………………………………………………….. 9 Ada Clark b: Bet. 1861 – 1891

……………………………………………………… +Granvel James b: Bet. 1870 – 1877

………………………………………………….. 9 Amanda Clark b: Bet. 1861 – 1891

……………………………………………………… +Penn Austin b: 18 Jul 1892 d: Oct 1967 in Marathon, FL

………………………………………………….. 9 Nancy E. Clark b: 1865

……………………………………………………… +Genie Inglehart

………………………………………………….. 9 John R. Clark b: 1866 in KY d: Aft. 1910

……………………………………………………… +Lizzie C. ? b: in KY m: Abt. 1894

………………………………………………….. 9 Bruneta Clark b: 1867

……………………………………………………… +Fred Young

………………………………………………….. 9 Thomas P. Clark b: 25 Jul 1877 in Butler County, Kentucky d: 12 Mar 1915 in Butler County, Kentucky

……………………………………………………… +Ora Belle Daugherty b: Abt. 1884 in Kentucky m: Abt. 1902

…………………………………………… 8 Lucy Warren b: 1839

…………………………………………… 8 William Warren b: 1840 in KY

…………………………………………… 8 Ann Warren b: 1842 in KY

…………………………………………… 8 John Layton Warren b: 02 Feb 1845 in Garrard, Kentucky d: 06 Feb 1915 in Butler Co., KY

………………………………………………. +Elizabeth James b: 09 Jan 1847 in Ohio County, Kentucky m: 29 Apr 1867 in Butler County, Kentucky d: 22 Dec 1908 in Butler County, Kentucky

…………………………………………… 8 Martha Green Warren b: 02 Aug 1850 in Ohio Co., KY d: 14 Dec 1953 in Butler Co., KY

………………………………………………. +Richard S. James b: 22 Sep 1838 in Ohio County, Kentucky m: 05 Nov 1868 in Butler County, Kentucky d: 25 May 1916 in Butler County, Kentucky

………………………………………………….. 9 Iduma James b: 28 Jan 1869 in Butler Co., KY d: 28 Nov 1953 in Aberdeen, KY

……………………………………………………… +John William DeWeese m: 22 Oct 1896

………………………………………………….. 9 Uncillis James b: 14 Nov 1870

………………………………………………….. 9 Maesan James b: 17 Oct 1872

………………………………………………….. 9 Morgan B. James b: 16 Jul 1874

……………………………………. 7 Uriah Wearen b: Abt. 1812

…………………………………………… 8 ? Warren

………………………………………………….. 9 ? Warren

……………………………………. 7 John Wearen b: Abt. 1813 in Garrard County, KY

……………………………………….. +Margaret A. Gifford m: 05 Jun 1834

…………………………………………… 8 Louisa Wearen

…………………………………………… 8 Ashley Wearen

…………………………………………… 8 Mary A. Wearen

…………………………………………… 8 Catharine Wearen

…………………………………………… 8 George W. Wearen

…………………………………………… 8 Enoch Wearen

…………………………………………… 8 Griffin Wearen

…………………………………………… 8 John A. Wearen

……………………………… 6 Thomas Wearen b: Abt. 1792 d: Bef. 1860 in Garrard County, KY

…………………………………. +?

……………………………… *2nd Wife of Thomas Wearen:

…………………………………. +Rebecca Carrier m: 20 Jan 1823 in Garrard County, KY

……………………………… 6 Liney Wearen b: 1793

…………………………………. +William Sublett b: Abt. 1793 m: 27 Oct 1813 in Garrard County, KY

……………………………… 6 Jacob Wearen b: Abt. 1795 d: Aft. 1860

…………………………………. +Sarah Walden m: 27 Aug 1816 in Garrard County, KY

……………………………… 6 Drury Wearen b: 21 Feb 1799 in Lincoln County, Kentucky d: 14 Mar 1879 in Lincoln County, Kentucky

…………………………………. +Hettie Ann Hardin b: Feb 1809 d: Apr 1858

……………………………… *2nd Wife of Drury Wearen:

…………………………………. +Sally Locker b: May 1802 m: 14 Mar 1820 in Garrard County, KY d: 1829

………………………. 5 Sarah Waren b: Abt. 1756 in Augusta County, VA

………………………….. +Joseph Rambo

………………………. 5 Hannah Waren b: Abt. 1758 in Augusta County, VA

………………………….. +Carlisle (Hanes?) Hance

………………………. 5 Persis Waren b: 15 Jul 1761 in Augusta County, VA d: 16 Feb 1826 in Licking, Ohio

………………………….. +Joseph Lair b: 12 Sep 1745 in Philadelphia, PA d: 03 Sep 1823 in Licking, Ohio

……………………………… 6 Andrew Lair b: 12 Mar 1779 in Rockingham, Virginia d: 21 Jan 1859 in Peoria, Illinois

…………………………………. +Ruth (Henton) Hinton b: 17 Oct 1780 in Rockingham, Virginia d: 1850 in Centerburg, OH

……………………………………. 7 Joseph Lair b: 24 Jul 1809 in Rockingham, VA d: 1881

……………………………………….. +Phoebe Ward b: 01 Jun 1811 in Ohio d: 31 Oct 1898

…………………………………………… 8 Hiram Lair b: 1848 in Indiana

………………………………………………. +Rebecca Lair b: 1852 in Indiana

………………………………………………….. 9 Oliver Nelson Lair b: 1884 in Illinois d: in Kansas

……………………………………………………… +Myrtle Lair b: 1875 in Missouri

………………………. 5 John Waren b: Abt. 1762 in Augusta County, VA d: in Rockingham Co., VA

……………………………… 6 ? Waren

……………………………… 6 ? Waren

……………………………… 6 ? Waren

……………………………… 6 ? Waren

………………………. 5 Eleanor Waren b: Abt. 1763 in August Co., VA d: in Augusta County, VA

………………………….. +John Kratzer m: 10 Dec 1795 in Rockinham County, VA

Research by another Warren researcher has shown that the Martin Warren/Waren listed below is NOT the son of Michael Waren and Catherine Hinton. This Martin Warren was a son of James Warren, Sr. of Lincoln Co., KY. And that James Warren Sr. was a brother to Capt. William Warren of Lincoln Co., KY and Hugh Warren, Sr. of Green Co., KY. Martin Warren was a Rev. War soldier and moved from KY and settled in Warrensburg, Missouri and that town is named after him.

………………………. 5 Martin (Warren) Waren b: 1763 in Augusta County, VA d: 17 Feb 1786 in Warrensburg, MO

………………………….. +Sarah “Sallie” Dunbar b: 1765 in Amhurst Co., Virginia m: 17 Feb 1786 in Greenbrier County d: May 1845

……………………………… 6 James Dunbar Waren b: 1784 d: 1849

……………………………… 6 John B. Waren b: 07 Jan 1785 d: 1879 in Missouri

……………………………… 6 Anderson Waren b: 1790

………………………. 5 Elizabeth Waren b: Abt. 1765 in Augusta County, VA d: 15 Apr 1818 in Rockingham County

………………………….. +Christopher Vance b: Abt. 1760 in Lancaster, PA m: 17 Dec 1785 in Rockingham Co., VA d: 15 Sep 1818 in Rockingham Co., VA

……………………………… 6 Christley Vance b: Abt. 1781 d: 19 Jun 1840 in Rockingham Co., VA

…………………………………. +Sarah Bush

……………………………… 6 Elinor Vance b: 21 May 1794 in Dayton, Rockingham Co., VA d: 21 Mar 1878

…………………………………. +Henry Bare m: 29 Nov 1819

………………………. 5 Michael (Jr.) Waren b: Abt. 1767 in Augusta County, VA d: Abt. 1840 in Sullivan, Tennessee

………………………….. +Esther Shanklin m: 09 Dec 1795 in Rockingham Co., VA

………………………. 5 Thomas (Warren) Waren b: Abt. 1770 in Augusta County, VA d: Abt. Sep 1804 in Rockingham Co., VA

………………………….. +Elizabeth Harrison m: 02 May 1793

……………………………… 6 ? Waren

……………………………… 6 ? Waren

……………………………… 6 ? Waren

……………………………… 6 ? Waren

……………………………… 6 ? Waren

……………………………… 6 Lydia Waren b: 20 Oct 1814

…………. 3 Richard Waring, Jr. (Waren) b: 1673 in Cold Spring, Long Island, New York

…………….. +Lydia Bostwick b: Abt. 1675

……………….. 4 Martha Waren b: Abt. 1695

……………….. 4 Nehemia Waren b: Abt. 1700

…………………… +Mary ?

……………….. *2nd Husband of Nehemia Waren:

…………………… +Maria Halmbeck m: 1732

……………….. 4 Ephram Waren b: Abt. 1703

…………………… +Grace Pickett

……………….. 4 Ezekial Waren b: Abt. 1706

……………….. 4 Abigail Waren b: Abt. 1709 d: Abt. 1740

…………. 3 Edmund Waring b: 1673 in Brookhaven, Long Island, Suffolk Co., New York d: 05 Aug 1749 in Rowayton, CT Burial: 1749 Norwalk, Connecticut (see SOURCE 2, page 780, New England Marriages Prior to 1700)

…………….. +Elizabeth Bouton b: 1679 in Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York m: 06 Oct 1698 d: 07 Nov 1760 in Norwalk, CT Burial: 1760 Norwalk, Connecticut

……………….. 4 Edmund Waring b: 16 Sep 1700 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York d: 1784 in Norwalk, CT

…………………… +Elizabeth Hanford b: Abt. 1705 m: Abt. 1724

………………………. 5 Sarah Waring b: 1725

………………………. 5 Enoch Waring b: Abt. 1727 in Norwalk, CT

……………….. 4 Isaac Waring b: 13 Jan 1701/02 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York

……………….. 4 John Waring b: 21 Dec 1704 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York

……………….. 4 Solomon Waring b: 24 Apr 1707 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York

……………….. 4 Mary Waring b: 22 Dec 1708 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York

……………….. 4 Nathan Waring b: 06 Feb 1710/11 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York

……………….. 4 Jacob Waring b: 15 Jan 1712/13 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York

……………….. 4 Michael Waring b: 16 Jul 1715 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York

………………………. 5 Henry Waring

……………………………… 6 James Waring b: 1773 in Stamford, Connecticut

……………………………………. 7 Joseph Ferris Waring

…………………………………………… 8 Benjamin Page Waring

………………………………………………….. 9 Benjamin Page Waring b: in Bronx, New York

……………….. 4 Eliakim Waring b: 08 Jul 1717 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York d: 05 Aug 1779 in Norwalk, Connecticut

…………………… +Ann Reed m: 07 Dec 1738

………………………. 5 Eliakim Waring b: 09 Feb 1746/47 d: 04 Sep 1824

………………………….. +Phebe Bouton b: 05 Mar 1754 m: 17 Jan 1771 d: 17 Jan 1835

……………………………… 6 Nathan Waring

……………………………… 6 Stephen Waring

……………………………… 6 Esaias Waring b: 16 Oct 1771 in Norwalk, Connecticut d: 19 Apr 1829 in Troy, New York

…………………………………. +Lydia Scofield b: 04 Apr 1772 in Norwalk, Connecticut m: 16 Jan 1796

……………………………………. 7 George Bouton Waring b: 25 Sep 1797 in Norwalk, Connecticut d: 08 May 1879 in Troy, New York

……………………………………….. +Emily (Bowers) Collins

……………………………………. *2nd Wife of George Bouton Waring:

……………………………………….. +Mary Myer Bowers b: 07 Feb 1804 in Cooperstown, New York m: 15 Dec 1823 d: 25 Aug 1851 in Troy, New York

…………………………………………… 8 Charles Stewart Waring

…………………………………………… 8 John Esaias Waring b: 18 Jan 1827 d: 06 Jul 1896 in Brussels

………………………………………………. +Charlotte Crain b: 04 Jul 1836 d: 11 Apr 1903

………………………………………………….. 9 Mary Narina Waring b: 04 Apr 1855 d: 04 Nov 1895 in Paris, France

……………………………………………………… +Georges Moreau

………………………………………………….. 9 Paul Waring b: 16 Aug 1859

……………………………………………………… +Hedwig Von Behr m: 26 Mar 1891

…………………………………………… 8 George Bowers Waring b: 09 Jun 1828 in Troy, New York d: 08 Oct 1905 in Troy, New York

………………………………………………. +Eugenia Phebe Warren Tayloe m: 29 Apr 1856 in Washington, D. C.

………………………………………………….. 9 Mary Bowers Waring

………………………………………………….. 9 Julia Waring b: 11 Oct 1857 d: 19 Jul 1859

………………………………………………….. 9 Anna Tayloe Waring b: 23 Oct 1863 in Troy, New York d: 07 Nov 1892 in Troy, New York

……………………………………………………… +H. Casimir de Rham m: 29 Apr 1885

………………………………………………….. 9 Ogle Tayloe Waring b: 15 Jun 1865

………………………………………………….. 9 George Thornton Waring b: 18 Apr 1868 d: 31 Dec 1908

………………………………………………….. 9 Ethel Waring b: 22 Apr 1871 d: 27 Nov 1873

………………………………………………….. 9 Eugene Waring b: 24 May 1873

……………………………………………………… +Helen Francis m: 04 Nov 1903

…………………………………………… 8 Charles Stewart Waring b: 1830 d: 1833

…………………………………………… 8 Charles Stewart Waring b: 1834

…………………………………………… 8 Mary Bowers Waring b: 27 Feb 1836

………………………………………………. +John A. Manning m: Oct 1860

………………………………………………….. 9 Jane Brinsmade Manning

………………………………………………….. 9 George Warren Manning

……………………………………………………… +Julia Southgate

………………………………………………….. 9 William Henry Manning

……………………………………………………… +Frances Morton

………………………………………………….. 9 John A. Manning

……………………………………………………… +Edith Baker

………………………………………………….. 9 Mary Emily Manning

……………………………………. 7 Eliza Ann Waring b: 22 Mar 1801

……………………………………….. +John Paine m: 1827

……………………………………. 7 Eugenia Phebe Waring b: 06 Sep 1804

……………………………………….. +Benjamin Ogle Tayloe m: 17 Apr 1849

……………………………………. 7 Lydia Waring b: 27 Dec 1808 d: 1836

……………………………………….. +Alfred Brooks m: 1833

……………………………………. 7 William Henry Waring b: 29 Jul 1814 d: 06 Apr 1815

……………………………… 6 Hannah Waring b: 19 Jul 1773 d: Jan 1775

……………………………… 6 Hannah Waring b: 30 Aug 1775 d: Jun 1776

……………….. 4 Elizabeth Waring b: 08 Mar 1719/20 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York

……………….. 4 Abigail Waring b: 19 Apr 1723 in Queen’s Village, Oyster Bay, New York

……………….. 4 Hannah Waring b: 07 Sep 1725 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut

……. 3 Michael Waring (Waren) b: Abt. 1683 in Brookhaven, Long Island, New York d: 16 Feb 1726 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT

……… +Rebecca Scudder b: Abt. 1687 in Huntington, Long Island, Suffolk Co., New York m: Abt. 1714 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT d: Aft. 1734

……. …. 4 Jonathan Waring b: 21 Jan 1716 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT d: 1805 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT

………..  +Mary Richards b: Abt. 1715 m: 24 Feb 1736 in Norwalk, Connecticut

…………….. 5 Michael Waring b: 07 Jun 1738 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT d: Bef. 1804

…………….. 5 Jonathon Waring b: 15 Aug 1740 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT d: Aft. 1804

………………… +Rachel Webb b: 11 Nov 1740 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT m: Abt. 1759 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT d: Aft. 1776

…………………….. 6 Daniel Waring b: 10 Jan 1761

…………………….. 6 Scudder Waring b: 17 Feb 1763

…………………….. 6 Jonathon Waring b: 25 Feb 1765

…………………….. 6 Deborah Waring b: 06 Jul 1767

…………………….. 6 Cadwallader Waring b: 22 Sep 1769

…………………….. 6 Zerubbabel Waring b: 21 Sep 1771

…………………….. 6 Tryphosa Waring b: 20 Oct 1774

…………………….. 6 Welles Waring b: 24 Nov 1776

…………….. 5 Samuel Waring b: 02 Jan 1743 in bef 1805/Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT

………………… +Ruth Scofield b: 18 Dec 1743 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut m: 23 Feb 1764 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

…………………….. 4 Linus Waring d: Aft. 1790

…………………….. 4 Jotham Waring

………………………… +Sally Wilson

…………………….. 4 Betsey Waring

…………………….. 4 Alfred Waring

…………………….. 4 Hezron Waring b: 17 May 1766 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Aft. 1812

…………….. 5 Rebecca Waring b: 25 Oct 1744 d: Aft. 1804

…………….. 5 Joel Waring b: 18 Feb 1746 d: Bet. 1772 – 1804

………………… +Mary Todd b: Abt. 1747 m: Abt. 1768 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Aft. 1804

…………………….. 6 Joel Waring b: 01 Jan 1769 d: 03 Jul 1846 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

………………………… +Mary ?

……………………………… 7 Maria Waring

…………………………………. +Selleck Scofield b: 06 Apr 1784 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut m: Abt. 1811

…………….. 5 Jesse Waring b: 31 Aug 1748 d: 1791 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

………………… +Ruth Weed b: 11 May 1753 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut m: 05 Nov 1772 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Bet. 1773 – 1775 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

…………………….. 6 Ruth Waring b: 23 Oct 1773 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: 24 Sep 1851 in Clinton, Oneida Co., New York

………………………… +John Raymond b: 10 Jun 1770 m: 12 Dec 1794 d: 02 Jun 1852 in Clinton, Oneida Co., New York

…………….. *2nd Wife of Jesse Waring:

………………… +Jemima Lounsbury b: 04 Dec 1751 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut m: 05 Jan 1775 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Aft. 1806

…………………….. 6 Prudence Waring b: 02 Dec 1775

………………………… +Seth Smith

…………………….. 6 Sarah Waring b: 11 Feb 1778

………………………… +? Whitney

…………………….. 6 William Waring b: 06 Oct 1779

…………………….. 6 Charles Waring b: 23 Jul 1782

…………………….. 6 Nancy Waring b: 15 Aug 1784

…………………….. 6 Henry Waring b: 17 Mar 1786

…………………….. 6 Ann Waring b: 15 Jul 1788

………………………… +William M. Smith

…………….. 5 Elizabeth Waring b: 14 Apr 1751 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Jul 1811

………………… +Samuel Kellogg b: Abt. 1748 m: 30 May 1771 d: Aft. 1804

…………….. 5 Abraham Waring b: 25 Sep 1753 d: 28 Apr 1819 in Neversink, Sullivan, (now Fallsburgh) New York, USA

………………… +Love Graham b: 1759 m: 06 Mar 1780 in South Salem, Westchester Co., New York d: 06 Mar 1853

…………….. 5 Mary Waring b: 20 Apr 1755 d: 27 Jan 1806

………………… +Ephraim Lockwood b: 1742 m: 25 Oct 1788 d: 25 Dec 1829

…………….. 5 Noah Waring b: 29 Jul 1757 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: 1799 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

………………… +Betsey ?

…………………….. 6 Nancy Waring

…………….. *2nd Wife of Noah Waring:

………………… +Sally Ferris b: 10 Jul 1764 m: 28 Jul 1791 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Aft. 1799

…………………….. 6 Betsey Waring b: 24 May 1792

…………………….. 6 Marilda Waring b: 18 Jun 1794

…………………….. 6 Noah Waring b: 04 May 1796

…………….. 5 James Waring b: 23 Apr 1759 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: 18 Feb 1838 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

………………… +Thankful Raymond b: 30 Dec 1763 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut m: 11 Jun 1785 in New Canaan, Fairfield Co., CT d: 16 Jan 1794

…………………….. 6 Thankful Harriet Waring b: 22 Mar 1793 d: 08 Mar 1874 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

………………………… +James Young b: Abt. 1788

……………………………… 7 James R. Young b: 07 May 1815 in New York d: 16 Dec 1861 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

…………………………………. +Sarah Burger b: 21 Nov 1818 m: Abt. 1839 d: 15 Sep 1882 in Darien, Fairfield Co., CT

……………………………… 7 Mary Young b: 1821 d: 31 Aug 1840

…………….. *2nd Wife of James Waring:

………………… +Sarah Dibble b: 17 Oct 1766 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut m: 27 Jul 1794 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: 07 Jun 1842 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

…………….. 5 Abigail Waring b: 25 Feb 1761 d: 05 Aug 1829 in Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut

………………… +Isaac Smith b: 16 Jan 1757 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut m: 21 Jan 1778 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: 15 Feb 1805 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

…………….. *2nd Husband of Abigail Waring:

………………… +Nathaniel Finch b: Abt. 1758 m: 01 May 1807 d: 10 Aug 1829 in Greenwich, Fairfield, Connecticut

……. 4 Scudder Waring b: 23 Aug 1718 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT d: 1788 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

……….. +Martha Waterbury b: Abt. 1726 m: 04 Dec 1746 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Aft. 1778

…………….. 5 Ebenezer Waring b: 04 Nov 1747 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT d: Bef. Sep 1754 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

…………….. 5 Sarah Waring b: 21 Oct 1749 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: 07 Nov 1749 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

…………….. 5 Joseph Waring b: 26 Jan 1753 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

………………… +Abigail White b: 29 Mar 1753 m: 01 Jun 1775 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Abt. 1779

…………………….. 6 Martha Waring b: 17 Apr 1776

…………………….. 6 Abigail Waring b: 23 Dec 1778

…………….. 5 Ebenezer Waring b: 21 Sep 1754 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Aft. 1790

……. 4 Michael Waring b: 17 Feb 1720 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT d: 25 Oct 1756 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut

……….. +Sarah Holly b: Abt. 1724 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut m: 17 May 1745 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut d: Aft. 1766

…………….. 5 Nathaniel Waring b: 13 Jun 1746 d: Bef. 1766

……. 4 Sarah Waring b: 12 Feb 1721 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT

……….. +Silvanus Weed b: Nov 1713 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut m: Abt. 1740 d: Aft. 1784

……. 4 Rebecca Waring b: 11 Sep 1724 in Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT

 

If you are a member of this family, I would love to include your family line if it’s not included already. Also, if you find any errors, please let me know. Please contact me, Elaine Powell at Elaine64@aol.com, for more information or to share information. 

 

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