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Warner of Rotherhithe

Journal by TKEM1900

John Warner was born in 1811 at Rotherhithe.
He married Martha --------- (b) 1814, Clerkswell.
They had the following children.
(1) GEORGE WARNER. (b) 1837, Westminster, Middlesex.
(2) HENRY WARNER. (b) 1840, Westminster, Middlesex.
(3) WILLIAM WARNER. (b) 1842, The Strand, Westminster, Middlesex.
(4) ARTHUR WARNER. (b) 1845, Westminster, Middlesex.
(5) CHARLES WARNER. (b) 1846.
(6) ALFRED WARNER. (b) 1848, Baltonan,
(7) MARIA WARNER. (b) 1849.
(8) FRANCIS WARNER. (b) 1851.

Surnames: WARNER
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by TKEM1900 Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2011-04-29 07:55:02

Have been reserching the names of Pollard of Faversham; Warner of Rotherhithe, London and Moore of Tewksbury for some years now.

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by Arlie on 2011-06-19 15:22:39

Hi,I've searching for the Warner Family who came from England/Ireland
and finally settled in Upstate New York...William H.Warner father of Edwin A.Warner DOB:1870-DOD:1918. There are so many Warner's with the same names that I'm not sure who I'm related to. I'm 64 years old, and want to leave our Genealogy to my family.

Any help would be deeply appreciated ! Thank You & God Bless ! Arlie

by WWarner on 2011-06-19 16:49:16

This census record shows a New York Edwin Warner's father was born in NJ and his mother England. If this is your family, it maybe a starting point?

https://www.familysearch.org/search/image/show#uri=https%3A%2F%2Fapi.familysearch.org%2Frecords%2Fpal%3A%2FMM9.1.i%2Fdgs%3A004114490.004114490_00173

by TKEM1900 on 2011-06-19 20:03:30

Hi Fellow Warner researchers.

As far as I know, or through my Warner research so far...
I am resonalbly sure that all desendants of John Warner,
born in 1811 at Rotherhithe, near London, have not crossed the pond.

by WWarner on 2011-07-02 14:45:10

Hello STKEM1900,

Sorry, for improperly tagging onto your post.
I was responding to Arlie's request.
I am a new member, and still learning the proper etiquette.

I'll bump you to the front of the line again! :-)

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