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Daniel Warner

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Boxted, Essex, England
Death: Died in Ipswich, Essex County, Dominion of New England (Present Massachusetts)
Immediate Family:

Son of William Warner and Abigail Susannah Warner (Baker)
Husband of Elizabeth Warner; Faith Warner and Eleanor Warner (Pell)
Father of Ensign Daniel Warner; John Warner; Abigail Warner; Nathaniel Warner; William Warner and 4 others
Brother of First son Warner; John Warner; Abigail Wells; John Warner of Hadley; Hoyt Warner and 3 others

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About Daniel Warner

Nine children born to them in Ipswich, Mass.

http://minerdescent.com/2010/05/26/daniel-warner/

Daniel Warner was born in Boxted, Essex, England about 1618. His parents were William WARNER and Abigail BAKER. Daniel sailed with his parents from London to America in 1635. It is said by some Warner genealogists that they sailed on the ship,”Increase“. He came to Ipswich with his family in 1637 and became a freeman there in 1641. He married Elizabeth DENNY 2 Jun 1641 in Ipswich Mass.. He married his second wife Faith Lord, the widow of Edward Browne on 1 Jul 1660. He married his third wife, the widow Eleanor Pell of Rowley in June 1686. Daniel died 9 Sep 1688 in Ipswich, Mass.

Elizabeth Denny (Denne) was born in 1620 in Essex, England. Elizabeth died on 1 Nov 1659 in Ipswich.

Faith Lord was almost twenty years older than Daniel. She was born about 1600 in England. She first married in 1617 to Edward Brown (b. 1590 in England -d. 1659 in Ipswich, Mass.) Faith died on 10 Jun 1679 in Ipswich.

Eleanor Pell and her first husband John BOYNTON are our ancestors through their son Caleb Boynton. Elinor was born about 1616 in England. Her parents were Joseph PELL and Elizabeth JAMES. According to Blodgett and Jewett, Ellen Pell was a maid-servant of Atherton Haulgh (Hough), who was admitted to the Boston church, April 5, 1641, and “dismissed 1:8: 1643 to Rowley; letter granted 21: 2: 1644, when she was wife to John BOYNTON , member of Rowley Ch.” After John died, she married Deacon Maximillian JEWETT on 30 Aug 1671. Finally, she married Daniel WARNER on 1 Jun 1686 in Ipswich, Mass. Elinor died 5 Aug 1689 in Rowley, Mass.

Eleanor’s daughter, Hannah Boynton married Daniel’s son, Nathaniel Warner.

It appears there were two first cousins, both named Ruth, born a couple years apart who both immigrated from Massachusetts to New Brunswick; William FISKE and Marah [__?__]‘s daughter Ruth and Joseph FISKE and Susannah WARNER‘s daughter, Ruth. Many genealogies mix these two women up, but it’s not possible that the same woman was mother to both Richard ESTEY‘s children and David Kilborne’s children because they were born at the same time. It”s more likely that William Fiske’s daughter was our ancestor, but I’m including posts for both families.

Children of Daniel and Elizabeth all born in Ipswich, Essex County Mass.

Name Born Married Departed 1. Ensign Daniel Warner 1640 Ipswich, Mass Sarah Dane 23 Sep 1668. Sarah was the daughter of Dr. John Dane, the writer of the “Narrative. 9 Sep 1688 Ipswich 2. John WARNER 1642 in Ipswich Hannah BATCHELLER April 20, 1665 in Ipswich 24 Jul 1697 3. Capt. William Warner 1644 Ipswich Hannah Robbins 1 NOV 1667 Wethersfield, CT. 28 FEB 1713/14 Wethersfield, CT 4. Nathaniel Warner 1646 Hannah Boynton (Daughter of John BOYNTON) 24 Nov 1673 29 Apr 1684 5. Elizabeh Warner 1650 Ipswich Edmund Heard 26 Sep 1672. 1724 Ipswich 6. Abigail Warner 1655 John Dane 27 DEC 1671 Ipswich In 1692 John was a juror in witch cases 1688 Andover, Essex, Mass 7. Simeon Warner 6 Jun 1658 Ipswich 11 Jun 1658 Ipswich

1648 – Daniel was a subscriber to the fund to retain Major General Denison in charge of Military Affairs.

1661 – A road was allowed through Daniel’s 6 acres by Saunders’ Brook.

26 Sep 1661- Daniel sold land in Ipswich on the South side of the river.

1662 – Daniel was selectman. In early New England towns policy was set by men gathered in town meetings. Day-to-day operations were handled by a board of 3 to 5 selectmen. They oversaw public resposibilites such as the policing, roads, and fences.

1665 – A bridge was built by Daniel’s house.

10 Sept 1675 – Daniel gave Edmund and Elizabeth Heard the use of the northeast end of his house and provided that after he died it would be theirs if they paid £10 each to his son William and daughters Abigail and Susanna.

1677 – Daniel was tythingman. A tythingman was responsible for the moral behavior of a group of neighbors. He had the authority to bring problems to the court.

Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony … By Thomas Franklin Waters, Sarah Goodhue, John Wise, Ipswich Historical Society 1927

Daniel Warner’s Ipswich Lot

   Referring to the bounds of the Norton pasture, it will be seen that, in 1638, there were three lots on Market St., as it is now called, owned by Richard Lumkin, Robert Crane, and one unassigned. The Robert Crane lot, as will be seen, is probably identical with the Daniel Warner lot of later years. Lumkin cannot be definitely located, but probably owned the corner, known familiarly as Damon’s Corner. Daniel Warner owned this lot in 1682 and Isaac Littlehale was its possessor in 1710
   The lot on Market St. which was granted to Robert Crane, was owned by Daniel Warner in 1666. Part of the lot was sold by Philemon Warner, a half acre with dwelling, blacksmith’s shop and barn, to Jonathan Prince, Sept. 8, 1710 (21: 227).
   Prince disposed of the property to John Heard Jun., May 1, 1776 (134: 262.) John Heard, Junior, the son of John, presumably, sold part of the homestead to Moses Lord Jr., chair maker, Dec. 21, 1790 (152: 239) the widow Abigail Heard occupying a tenement in the house. Nathaniel Heard, administrator of John Heard Jr., sold the southwest end of the dwelling to Richard Manning, clothier, Oct. 16,1798 (164: 151). Aaron Kimball acquired an interest in the estate prior to 1797, and Captain Robert Kimball purchased of William Heard, the same that he had bought of Moses Lord, by deed of April 18, 1835, May 11,1836 (291:290). Captain Kimball built the present dwelling, now owned and occupied by his heirs. One portion of the original house was removed by Ephraim Harris, the builder of the new structure, to his own land on Mineral St., and incorporated in the house that stands on the north corner of Mineral and Central Sts.
   Daniel Warner conveyed to his son in law Edmund Heard and his daughter, Elizabeth, wife of Heard, the use of the northeast end of his house and provided that after his decease, “all my said dwelling house and outhouses, that shall be then standing upon the house lott that was my unckles, reserving still the privilege of the right of commonage, and the most of the house lot that was Robert Crane’s, . . . provided he pay 10£ each to his son, William Warner and his daughters, Abigail and Susanna,
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Daniel Warner's Timeline

1618
1618
Boxted, Essex, England
1640
1640
Age 22
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1641
June 2, 1641
Age 23
Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1642
1642
Age 24
Ipswich, (Present Essex County), Massachusetts Bay Colony
1644
1644
Age 26
1646
1646
Age 28
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1646
Age 28
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1653
May 27, 1653
Age 35
Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1654
1654
Age 36
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1655
1655
Age 37
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony