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Birthplace: Nayland, Colchester, Suffolk, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Watertown, Middlesex County, England, (Present UK)
Occupation: Farmer, Captain; ancestor of Eli Whitney
Managed by: Thomas Edward Shirley
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About Daniel Warren

Daniel, born England, 1628.

selectman in watertown, member train band, king philip;s war, great swamp fight 1675, part of capt. nathaniel davenport's do.

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Daniel was a member of Watertown Train Band, 1653. He was in Captain Nathaniel Davidson's Company, King Phillip's War, the Great Swamp Fight, 1675. In the Sudbury Fight, 1676. Colonial Families of the United States, p. 570

-------------------- Ancestor of Eli Whitney: Daniel Warren

(1626-1716)

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Mary Warren

(1651-1734)

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John Childs

(1669-1743)

Daniel was a member of Watertown Train Band, 1653. Daniel was in Captain Nathaniel Davidson's Company during King Phillip's War, and fought in the Great Swamp Fight in 1675 and in the Sudbury Fight in 1676.

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http://bigelowsociety.com/rod/danwarr.htm

Veteran King Phillips War

Daniel WARREN [#298], baptised Nayland, Suffolk, England Feb. 25, 1627-8, m. Watertown, MA Dec. 10, 1650[4/15] Mary BARRON, d. Watertown Feb. 13, 1715-6.[5/57] On Dec. 30, 1662 the selectmen confirmed 10 or 12 acres of land to Daniel that his father John WARREN, bought from the town. The land was on the north side of Beaver Brook.[2/1:75] Daniel was very active in town affairs. In 1669 he was chosen surveyor of highways, replacing Richard Waite, who had died.[2/1:94] He was chosen in 1671 to "looke to fences swine and Catle";[2/1:102] was constable in 1675,[2/1:121] and was selectman for thirteen years: 1683-4, 1686, 1688-90, 1693-98, and 1700.[2/2:14-131] Daniel was also the moderator of the town meetings Sept. 4 and 25, 1694[2/2:79] and was one of a committee Feb. 4, 1695-6 to find a minister "to dispence the word of God to the town in the new meetinghouse".[2/2:101] Daniel Warren, Sr. appears on a list of Watertown men who were impressed into service in King Phillip's War.[3/171] There are other records of service in this war for Daniel Warren but they might be for his son who definitely was active in the conflict, as evidenced by land grants he received in 1733 while still alive.

                                                                   Children: 

1. Mary Warren, b. Watertown, MA Dec. 29, 1651,[4/15] d. Watertown May 12, 1734, m(1) Watertown May 29, 1668[4/30] John Child, b. Watertown abt. 1636, d. Watertown Oct. 15, 1676,[4/41] m(2) Watertown April 13, 1677[4/43] Nathaniel Fiske, b. Watertown July 12, 1653,[4/16] d. 1735

2. Daniel Warren, b. Watertown Oct. 6, 1653,[4/16] m (1) Watertown Dec. 19, 1678[4/44] Elizabeth Whitney, b. Watertown June 9, 1656[4/18]. Their daughter Ruth married her second cousin Samuel (3) BIGELOW.; m (2) 26 Feb 1717 Rebecca Garfield;

3. Hannah Warren, b ____ ; d _____ ; m Watertown Sept. 24, 1675 David Mead[4/40]

4. Sarah Warren, b. Watertown July 4, 1658[4/21]

5. Elizabeth Warren, b. Watertown Sept. 17, 1660,[4/23]; m 06 Dec 1681 Watertown [4/51] Jonathan Tainter, b 10 Sept 1654 Watertown [4/17]

6. Susanna Warren, b. Watertown Dec. 26, 1663,[4/25] d. Watertown Oct. 15, 1678[4/44] <>7. John Warren<>, b. Watertown March 5, 1665-6,[4/27] d. July 11, 1703, m. Watertown March 22, 1682-3[4/52] Mary Brown.

            Warren, John (1666 - 1703) 
             b. 05 Mar 1666 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Mass 
             d. 11 July 1703 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Mass 
             father: Warren, Daniel(1627 - 1707) 
             mother: Barron, Mary(<1632 - 1716) 
             spouse: Brown, Mary (1662 - >1704) 
             - m. 22 Mar 1683 in Watertown, Middlesex Co, Mass 
             ----------child: Warren, John (1685 - 1745) 
             ----------child: Warren, Jonathan (1688 - 1732) 
             ----------child: Warren, Daniel (~1689 - 1731??)  m (1) 24 May 1711 Hannah 3 Bigelow; 3 children; m (2) 15 Nov 1717 Mehitable Garfield; 6 children;
8. Joshua Warren<>, b 04 July 1668 Watertown,[4/31] d 30 Jan 1760; m Rebecca Church, b. Watertown Dec. 31, 1672[4/36], d. April 1, 1757; 1 child known; Phineas Warren, b 21 June 1718; d 30 June 1797 Waltham, MA; m 03 May 1739 Grace Hastings; 12 children (FTM);

9. Grace Warren, b. Watertown March 14, 1671-2,[4/32] ; d _ Jan 1705 ??; m. Watertown Jan. 20, 1690-1[4/63] Joseph Morse, jr, b 11 Nov 1667

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Sources:

[1] The History of Watertown - Henry Bond, 1860; p 619-621;

[2] Watertown Records, 1894 
[3] Soldiers in King Phillip's War - George Madison Bodge, 1906 
[4] Records of Births Marriages and Deaths, First Book - Watertown Records, Vol. 1, 1894 
[5] Births, Marriages, and Deaths, Second Book - Watertown Records, Vol. 2, 1900;
[6] Savage, Vol 4; p 423;
[7] Whitney Genealogy, 1895, by Pierce, p 23;

Michael Roman: Email: mj_roman@ix.netcom.com

Stephen M. Lawson: Email: lawson@tscnet.com

More notes on Daniel from: Norris Taylor, Jr. E-mail nmt1@ix.netcom.com

Was just visiting this web page and found this interesting difference between it and your page, re which Daniel Warren married Hannah Bigelow. Comment??

http://members.aol.com/gfsbrenda/Warren.html

17. Samuel BIGELOW (Mary 5 WARREN, John 4, John 3, John 2, Robert 1) was born Oct 28, 1653 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.151, and died Abt. 1731 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA. He married MARY FLAGG Jun 03, 1674 in Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA., daughter of Thomas FLAGG and Mary Underwood.

More About Samuel BIGELOW:

Occupation: Innkeeper & Carpenter Reside: Marlboro, MA. 

Children of Samuel 2 BIGELOW and Mary FLAGG are:

i. John BIGELOW, b. May 09, 1675, Watertown, Middlesex co., MA.; m. Jerusha GARFIELD.

ii. Mary BIGELOW, b. Sep 12, 1677, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; d. 1707; m. DAVID BRUCE, Feb 02, 1699/00.

iii. SAMUEL BIGELOW, b. Sep 18, 1679, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; m. RUTH WARREN, 1705152.

iv. SARAH BIGELOW, b. Oct 01, 1681, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; d. Marlboro, Middlesex Co., MA; m. JOSIAH HOWE, Dec 11, 1706.

v. THOMAS BIGELOW, b. Oct 24, 1683, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; m. MARY LIVERMORE.

vi. MERCY BIGELOW, b. Apr 04, 1686, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; d. Feb 23, 1744/45; m. THOMAS GARFIELD, Jan 02, 1706/07.

vii. ABIGAIL BIGELOW, b. May 07, 1687, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; m. JONATHON CUTLER, Aug 17, 1710.

viii. ISAAC BIGELOW, b. May 19, 1691, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; d. Sep 11, 1751; m. MARY BOND.

ix. DELIVERANCE BIGELOW, b. Sep 22, 1695, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; m. JOHN STERNES, Aug 10, 1715.

x. Hannah BIGELOW, b. Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA.; m. Daniel WARREN, May 24, 1711153.

Notes for Daniel WARREN:

from "Waltham as a Precinct of Watertown and as a Town 1630-1884" by Edmund L. Sanderson 
     John and Daniel, sons of Ensign John Warren, bought in 1710 from John Coolidge 56 acres, the southern parts of lots 29 and 30 in the first squadron. Daniel seemingly bought his brother's half although the transaction is not recorded. The Daniel Warren who lived at this place is stated by Bond to have been the son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Whitney) Warren, born in 1686. This is an evident mistake for that Daniel was the one who married Rebecca Garfield, moved to Marlborough and then to Westboro where he was living when he was made administrator of his fathers estate in Weston near Kendall Green. Daniel of the West Precinct was Great grandson of John the pioneer, grandson of Daniel and son of Ensign John. He married Hannah Biglow in 1711 and second, in 1717, Mehitabel Garfield. He died early in 1731 but his widow lived on the homestead until her death in 1782, age ninety-three. John Viles, a son-in-law, acquired a considerable part of the estate, buying from Daniel Warren, Jr. in 1786. In 1800 he sold the place to Solomon Harrington. 

E-mail: Norris nmt1@ix.netcom.com

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Eli Whitney

(1740-1807)

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Eli Whitney

(1765-1825)

American Inventor

Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin. He patented it on March 14, 1794. This machine separated the cotton from the seeds and hull and greatly enhanced cotton production.

-------------------- 6. Daniel, bap. Feb. 25, 1627-8, m. Watertown Dec. 10, 1650[6/15] Mary BARRON, d. Watetown, MA Feb. 13, 1715-6[8/57]

Daniel WARREN [#298], baptised Nayland, Suffolk, England Feb. 25, 1627-8, m. Watertown, MA Dec. 10, 1650[4/15] Mary BARRON, d. Watertown Feb. 13, 1715-6.[5/57] On Dec. 30, 1662 the selectmen confirmed 10 or 12 acres of land to Daniel that his father, John WARREN, bought from the town. The land was on the north side of Beaver Brook.[2/1:75] Daniel was very active in town affairs. In 1669 he was chosen surveyor of highways, replacing Richard Waite, who had died.[2/1:94] He was chosen in 1671 to "looke to fences swine and Catle";[2/1:102] was constable in 1675,[2/1:121] and was selectman for thirteen years: 1683-4, 1686, 1688-90, 1693-98, and 1700.[2/2:14-131] Daniel was also the moderator of the town meetings Sept. 4 and 25, 1694[2/2:79] and was one of a committee Feb. 4, 1695-6 to find a minister "to dispence the word of God to the town in the new meetinghouse".[2/2:101] Daniel Warren, Sr. appears on a list of Watertown men who were impressed into service in King Phillip's War.[3/171] There are other records of service in this war for Daniel Warren but they might be for his son who definitely was active in the conflict, as evidenced by land grants he received in 1733 while still alive. http://bigelowsociety.com/rod/danwarr.htm [1] Genealogies and History of Watertown, by Henry Bond

[2] Worcester County History 
[3] American Ancestry, Volume VII, 1982 
[4] Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume VI 
[5] New England Families,Volume IV,1914,by William Richard Cutter 
[6] Watertown Records,1894 (Land, Grants, and Possessions),Volume 1 
[7] Middlesex County Probate (First Series Docket 23862),Volume 3 
[8] Adair GEDCOM (ADAIR.GED),23 SEP 1994,by Matthew Adair,InterNet 
[9] The Winthrop Fleet of 1630,by Charles Edward Banks 
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Capt. Daniel Warren's Timeline

1626
February 25, 1626
Nayland, Colchester, Suffolk, England, (Present UK)
1627
February 25, 1627
Age 1
Nayland, Colchester, Suffolk, England, (Present UK)
February 25, 1627
Age 1
Nayland,Essex,ENGLAND
February 25, 1627
Age 1
Nayland, Suffolk, England
1650
December 10, 1650
Age 24
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1653
October 6, 1653
Age 27
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States
October 6, 1653
Age 27
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1655
September 24, 1655
Age 29
Watertown, Middlesex, MA, USA
1660
March 9, 1660
Age 34
Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
1666
March 5, 1666
Age 40
Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)