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Daniel Warner

Birthdate: (27)
Birthplace: Farmington, Connecticut
Death: November 26, 1679 (27)
Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut
Immediate Family:

Son of John Warner of Fairfield and Margaret Warner (Earley)
Husband of Sarah Warner and Rebecca Clark
Father of Daniel Warner and John Warner
Brother of Thomas Warner
Half brother of Lydia Warner; Thomas Warner and Sarah Higginson

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About Daniel Warner

John's son Daniel Warner was born 1643 in Hartford, his mother being a matter of much dispute and discussion. Daniel married Sarah Roe, the daughter of Hugh and Abigail Roe of Hartford. Daniel was one of the original proprietors of Farmington, Connecticut, but seemed to inherit his father's wanderlust. He was not there long when he began speculating on land, and shortly thereafter was awarded the "Mattatuck Plantation" with five other gentlemen, which would soon become the town of Waterbury. Daniel died before actually moving his family there. Daniel was the son of John Warner and Margaret (_).

2 WARNER siblings: Thomas, John, and [Self].

Daniel married Sarah Roe.

1 WARNER child: Daniel Warner B~1672.

Daniel was baptized on 16 May 1658 in Farmington, Connecticut.

In 1670, he and Thomas Warner were in Waterbury, Connecticut. Thomas(2), John(2), and Daniel(2), sons of John(1) were granted lots in Mattetuck when the plantation was authorized (lots 23, 18, and 20 respectively).

Daniel Warner was an heir in the will of John Warner on 14 March 1678/79 in Farmington, Connecticut.

Daniel died in 1679, shortly after his father, John Warner, who died the same year. His wife, Sarah Roe, was given the rights to the lot alloted to Daniel. The lot was on the east side of Bank Street between Main and Grand Streets.

Before his death, Daniel built the cellar of his house on his house lot, near where South Main Street begins, and also the part of Exchange place that was taken for that street when South Main was laid out about 1806. It probably included the site of Apothecaries' Hall. The cellar was built before the location of the highway was laid out and apparently was an intrusion upon the road. The results of this intrusion can be seen today by the curved line of the east side of Bank Street.

After Daniel died, Sarah married second John Warner, of Springfield, Hampden, MA, not related to her 1st husband, Daniel Warner. They were married Aug. 31, 1683, and had one child, Nathaniel, born Aug. 19, 1684.

Daniel Warner died in 1679 in Farmington, Connecticut.

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Daniel Warner's Timeline

Farmington, Connecticut
Age 15
Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut
Age 19
Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
November 26, 1679
Age 27
Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut
April 19, 1935
Age 27
December 7, 1938
Age 27
January 21, 1951
Age 27