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Mildred Reade

Also Known As: "Furton;Warner;"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: York , Virginia
Death: Died in Warner Hall, Gloucester, Gloucester County, Virginia
Place of Burial: Warner Hall, Gloucester, Gloucester County, Virginia
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Col. George Reade, Acting Gov.; Colonel George Reade; Elizabeth Jane Reade and Elizabeth Reade
Wife of John Smith of Furton, VA; Colonel Augustine Warner Jr. and Col. Augustine Warner II
Mother of Elizabeth Lewis; Margaret Butler; Mary Ann Smith; Augustine Warner, III; Robert Warner and 2 others
Sister of Robert Reade; John Reade; George Reade, Jr.; Robert John Reade; Francis Reade and 6 others

Occupation: Source: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dave-richardson&id=I7594
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About Mildred Reade

Birth: Oct. 2, 1643 York County Virginia, USA Death: Oct. 6, 1686 Gloucester County Virginia, USA

Daughter of George and Elizabeth (Martin) Reade. Married to Augustine Warner II. Greatgrandmother to George Washington. Mother of Mary, Augustine III, Robert, Elizabeth, George and Mildred (Washington).


Family links:

Parents:
 George Reade (1608 - 1674)
 Elizabeth Martiau Reade (1625 - 1696)

Spouse:
 Augustine Warner (1642 - 1681)

Children:
 Mildred Warner Washington (1671 - 1701)*
 Elizabeth Warner Lewis (1672 - 1720)*
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Burial: Warner Hall Graveyard Naxera Gloucester County Virginia, USA


Created by: Kaaren Crail Vining Record added: Aug 23, 2005 Find A Grave Memorial# 11596681


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Mildred Reade

Mildred Reade was the daughter of Colonel George Reade and Elizabeth Martiau.2 She married Colonel Augustine Warner, son of Captain Augustine Warner and Mary Towneley, in 1670/71. She died in 1693/94 at Warner Hall, Virginia, U.S.A. From 1671, her married name became Warner.

Children of Mildred Reade and Colonel Augustine Warner

• Mary Warner+3

• Mildred Warner+1 b. 1670/71, d. 26 Mar 1701

• Elizabeth Warner+2 b. 24 Nov 1672, d. 5 Feb 1720

Colonel Augustine Warner , II, of Warner Hall, son of Augustine & Mary (Townley) Warner , b. 3 Jun 1642, Glouchester, VA or 20 Oct 1643[iv]; d. 19 Jun 1681, Gloucester Co., VA; bur. Warner Hall Plantation, Gloucester Co., VA; m 1st 1655 to Mildred Reade , daughter of Col. George Reade {founder of Yorktown}; m 2nd Elizabeth Martian .

In 1658, he was sent to England by his father to be educated at Marchant Taylor's School in London, England.

Augustine Warner is frequently referred to in documents as Speaker Warner.

Augustine Warner II , served as a Burgess for York Co., VA in Apr 1652; as Burgess for Gloucester Co., VA Mar 1658-59. He served as Burgess for the Council of State Marc 1659-60. In Mar 1675-6 and Feb 1676-7, he ws the Speaker of the House of Burgesses during Bacon's Rebellion. He was a member to the Council of Virginia, 1677. During Bacon's Rebellion Warner Hall was used by Bacon, as his headquarters, after the burning of Jamestown.

Col. Augustine & Mildred (Reade) Warner had four (4) children:

3.2.1. Mildred Warner , d. 1701.

3.2.2. Mary Warner , m. 17 Feb 1680 to Speaker John Smith of Purton, Jr. of the Virginia House of Burgesses. She is the "Common-denominator" to the ancestry with the British Royalty of the Cowne Family.

3.2.3. Elizabeth Warner , b. 24 Nov 1672 at "Chesake" , m. "Councilor" John Lewis

3.2.4. Robert Warner , never married.

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Alternate Birth Date: 10/20/1643

Alternate Death Date: 1694

http://thepeerage.com/p17608.htm#i176074

Mildred Reade

Mildred Reade was the daughter of Colonel George Reade and Elizabeth Martiau.2 She married Colonel Augustine Warner, son of Captain Augustine Warner and Mary Towneley, in 1670/71. She died in 1693/94 at Warner Hall, Virginia, U.S.A. From 1671, her married name became Warner.

Children of Mildred Reade and Colonel Augustine Warner

• Mary Warner+3

• Mildred Warner+1 b. 1670/71, d. 26 Mar 1701

• Elizabeth Warner+2 b. 24 Nov 1672, d. 5 Feb 1720

Colonel Augustine Warner , II, of Warner Hall, son of Augustine & Mary (Townley) Warner , b. 3 Jun 1642, Glouchester, VA or 20 Oct 1643[iv]; d. 19 Jun 1681, Gloucester Co., VA; bur. Warner Hall Plantation, Gloucester Co., VA; m 1st 1655 to Mildred Reade , daughter of Col. George Reade {founder of Yorktown}; m 2nd Elizabeth Martian .

In 1658, he was sent to England by his father to be educated at Marchant Taylor's School in London, England.

Augustine Warner is frequently referred to in documents as Speaker Warner.

Augustine Warner II , served as a Burgess for York Co., VA in Apr 1652; as Burgess for Gloucester Co., VA Mar 1658-59. He served as Burgess for the Council of State Marc 1659-60. In Mar 1675-6 and Feb 1676-7, he ws the Speaker of the House of Burgesses during Bacon's Rebellion. He was a member to the Council of Virginia, 1677. During Bacon's Rebellion Warner Hall was used by Bacon, as his headquarters, after the burning of Jamestown.

Col. Augustine & Mildred (Reade) Warner had four (4) children:

3.2.1. Mildred Warner , d. 1701.

3.2.2. Mary Warner , m. 17 Feb 1680 to Speaker John Smith of Purton, Jr. of the Virginia House of Burgesses. She is the "Common-denominator" to the ancestry with the British Royalty of the Cowne Family.

3.2.3. Elizabeth Warner , b. 24 Nov 1672 at "Chesake" , m. "Councilor" John Lewis

3.2.4. Robert Warner , never married.

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Alternate Birth Date: 10/20/1643

Alternate Death Date: 1694

http://thepeerage.com/p17608.htm#i176074

Mildred Reade

Mildred Reade was the daughter of Colonel George Reade and Elizabeth Martiau.2 She married Colonel Augustine Warner, son of Captain Augustine Warner and Mary Towneley, in 1670/71. She died in 1693/94 at Warner Hall, Virginia, U.S.A. From 1671, her married name became Warner.

Children of Mildred Reade and Colonel Augustine Warner

• Mary Warner+3

• Mildred Warner+1 b. 1670/71, d. 26 Mar 1701

• Elizabeth Warner+2 b. 24 Nov 1672, d. 5 Feb 1720

Colonel Augustine Warner , II, of Warner Hall, son of Augustine & Mary (Townley) Warner , b. 3 Jun 1642, Glouchester, VA or 20 Oct 1643[iv]; d. 19 Jun 1681, Gloucester Co., VA; bur. Warner Hall Plantation, Gloucester Co., VA; m 1st 1655 to Mildred Reade , daughter of Col. George Reade {founder of Yorktown}; m 2nd Elizabeth Martian .

In 1658, he was sent to England by his father to be educated at Marchant Taylor's School in London, England.

Augustine Warner is frequently referred to in documents as Speaker Warner.

Augustine Warner II , served as a Burgess for York Co., VA in Apr 1652; as Burgess for Gloucester Co., VA Mar 1658-59. He served as Burgess for the Council of State Marc 1659-60. In Mar 1675-6 and Feb 1676-7, he ws the Speaker of the House of Burgesses during Bacon's Rebellion. He was a member to the Council of Virginia, 1677. During Bacon's Rebellion Warner Hall was used by Bacon, as his headquarters, after the burning of Jamestown.

Col. Augustine & Mildred (Reade) Warner had four (4) children:

3.2.1. Mildred Warner , d. 1701.

3.2.2. Mary Warner , m. 17 Feb 1680 to Speaker John Smith of Purton, Jr. of the Virginia House of Burgesses. She is the "Common-denominator" to the ancestry with the British Royalty of the Cowne Family.

3.2.3. Elizabeth Warner , b. 24 Nov 1672 at "Chesake" , m. "Councilor" John Lewis

3.2.4. Robert Warner , never married.

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Alternate Birth Date: 10/20/1643

Alternate Death Date: 1694

http://thepeerage.com/p17608.htm#i176074

Mildred Reade

Mildred Reade was the daughter of Colonel George Reade and Elizabeth Martiau.2 She married Colonel Augustine Warner, son of Captain Augustine Warner and Mary Towneley, in 1670/71. She died in 1693/94 at Warner Hall, Virginia, U.S.A. From 1671, her married name became Warner.

Children of Mildred Reade and Colonel Augustine Warner

• Mary Warner+3

• Mildred Warner+1 b. 1670/71, d. 26 Mar 1701

• Elizabeth Warner+2 b. 24 Nov 1672, d. 5 Feb 1720

Colonel Augustine Warner , II, of Warner Hall, son of Augustine & Mary (Townley) Warner , b. 3 Jun 1642, Glouchester, VA or 20 Oct 1643[iv]; d. 19 Jun 1681, Gloucester Co., VA; bur. Warner Hall Plantation, Gloucester Co., VA; m 1st 1655 to Mildred Reade , daughter of Col. George Reade {founder of Yorktown}; m 2nd Elizabeth Martian .

In 1658, he was sent to England by his father to be educated at Marchant Taylor's School in London, England.

Augustine Warner is frequently referred to in documents as Speaker Warner.

Augustine Warner II , served as a Burgess for York Co., VA in Apr 1652; as Burgess for Gloucester Co., VA Mar 1658-59. He served as Burgess for the Council of State Marc 1659-60. In Mar 1675-6 and Feb 1676-7, he ws the Speaker of the House of Burgesses during Bacon's Rebellion. He was a member to the Council of Virginia, 1677. During Bacon's Rebellion Warner Hall was used by Bacon, as his headquarters, after the burning of Jamestown.

Col. Augustine & Mildred (Reade) Warner had four (4) children:

3.2.1. Mildred Warner , d. 1701.

3.2.2. Mary Warner , m. 17 Feb 1680 to Speaker John Smith of Purton, Jr. of the Virginia House of Burgesses. She is the "Common-denominator" to the ancestry with the British Royalty of the Cowne Family.

3.2.3. Elizabeth Warner , b. 24 Nov 1672 at "Chesake" , m. "Councilor" John Lewis

3.2.4. Robert Warner , never married.

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Alternate Birth Date: 10/20/1643

Alternate Death Date: 1694

http://thepeerage.com/p17608.htm#i176074

Mildred Reade

Mildred Reade was the daughter of Colonel George Reade and Elizabeth Martiau.2 She married Colonel Augustine Warner, son of Captain Augustine Warner and Mary Towneley, in 1670/71. She died in 1693/94 at Warner Hall, Virginia, U.S.A. From 1671, her married name became Warner.

Children of Mildred Reade and Colonel Augustine Warner

• Mary Warner+3

• Mildred Warner+1 b. 1670/71, d. 26 Mar 1701

• Elizabeth Warner+2 b. 24 Nov 1672, d. 5 Feb 1720

Colonel Augustine Warner , II, of Warner Hall, son of Augustine & Mary (Townley) Warner , b. 3 Jun 1642, Glouchester, VA or 20 Oct 1643[iv]; d. 19 Jun 1681, Gloucester Co., VA; bur. Warner Hall Plantation, Gloucester Co., VA; m 1st 1655 to Mildred Reade , daughter of Col. George Reade {founder of Yorktown}; m 2nd Elizabeth Martian .

In 1658, he was sent to England by his father to be educated at Marchant Taylor's School in London, England.

Augustine Warner is frequently referred to in documents as Speaker Warner.

Augustine Warner II , served as a Burgess for York Co., VA in Apr 1652; as Burgess for Gloucester Co., VA Mar 1658-59. He served as Burgess for the Council of State Marc 1659-60. In Mar 1675-6 and Feb 1676-7, he ws the Speaker of the House of Burgesses during Bacon's Rebellion. He was a member to the Council of Virginia, 1677. During Bacon's Rebellion Warner Hall was used by Bacon, as his headquarters, after the burning of Jamestown.

Col. Augustine & Mildred (Reade) Warner had four (4) children:

3.2.1. Mildred Warner , d. 1701.

3.2.2. Mary Warner , m. 17 Feb 1680 to Speaker John Smith of Purton, Jr. of the Virginia House of Burgesses. She is the "Common-denominator" to the ancestry with the British Royalty of the Cowne Family.

3.2.3. Elizabeth Warner , b. 24 Nov 1672 at "Chesake" , m. "Councilor" John Lewis

3.2.4. Robert Warner , never married.

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Great grandmother of George Washington -------------------- Mildred Warner Daughter of Augustine Warner II and Mildred Reade Married Lawrence Washington Grandmother of General George Washington Died at Whitehaven, England 1701 Her Body Rests in St. Nicholas Churchyard Whitehaven, England

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This Tablet Placed in Her Memory By the Pocahontas Chapter Virginia Society D aughters of T he American Colonists 1960



            
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Mildred Reade's Timeline

1568
1568
Tyes Hall, Cuckfields, Sussex, England
1643
October 2, 1643
York , Virginia
1664
1664
Age 20
Lancaster County, Virginia
1665
1665
Age 21
Gloucester County, Virginia
1666
June 17, 1666
Age 22
chesake, Gloucester, Virginia, USA
1670
1670
Age 26
Gloucester, Virginia
1670
Age 26
Chesake, Gloucester, Virginia, USA
1672
November 24, 1672
Age 29
Warner Hall, Gloucester, Virginia, USA
1686
October 6, 1686
Age 43
Warner Hall, Gloucester, Gloucester County, Virginia
October 1686
Age 42
Warner Hall, Gloucester, Gloucester County, Virginia