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Elizabeth Lewis (Warner)

Also Known As: "Isabelle", "Elizabeth Warner Lewis"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Chesapeake City, Gloucester County, Virginia, United States
Death: February 05, 1720 (47)
Warner Hall, Gloucester County, Virginia, Colonial America
Place of Burial: Naxera, Gloucester County, Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Colonel Augustine Warner, II and Mildred Warner
Wife of Colonel John 'Councillor' Lewis
Mother of Mildred Willis; Colonel John Lewis, of Warner Hall; Col. Charles Lewis of "Byrd"; Anne Lewis; William Lewis and 9 others
Sister of Mary Smith; Robert Warner; Sarah Howard; George Warner; Mildred Gale and 2 others

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About Elizabeth Lewis

Birth: Nov. 24, 1672 Chesapeake City Virginia, USA Death: Feb. 5, 1720

"Here Lyeth Interr'd ye Body of Elizabeth Lewis the Daughter of Col Augustine Warner and Mildred his Wife and late wife of John Lewis Esq She was Born at Chesake the 24th of November, 1672 Aged 47 years 2 Months and 12 Days, and was a Tender Mother of 14 Children. She Departed this Life the 5th Day of February 1719/20."

Family links:

Parents: Augustine Warner (1642 - 1681) Mildred Reade Warner (1643 - 1686)

Spouse: John Lewis (1669 - 1725)

Children:

  1. John Lewis (1692 - 1754)*
  2. Charles Lewis (1696 - 1779)*
  3. Robert Lewis (1702 - 1765)*
  4. Catherine Lewis (1702 - 1705)*
  5. Ann Lewis (1712 - 1712)*

Calculated relationship*

Burial: Warner Hall Graveyard Naxera Gloucester County Virginia, USA

Created by: kimshockey (reb) (inacti... Record added: Jul 05, 2003 Find A Grave Memorial# 7656611


Information from: www.glenncourt.com Sources: Bradney, History of Monmouthshire, vol. 1, p. 153; Duke, Kenmore and the Lewises, pp. 4–11; Harris, "John Lewis," pp. 195–205; Hotten, Original Lists of Persons of Quality, pp. 79, 103, 108; Lewis, Lewis Patriarchs, pp. 74–82; Moses, Welsh Lineage, pp. 1–20 ff.; New England Historical & Genealogical Register, vol. 18, p. 81; Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers, vol. 1, p. 229; Sorley, Lewis of Warner Hall, pp. 17–29, 293–300, 445–68; St. Teilo's parish register; VA tombstone records.


"Here Lyeth Interr'd ye Body of Elizabeth Lewis the Daughter of Col Augustine Warner and Mildred his Wife and late wife of John Lewis Esq She was Born at Chesake the 24th of November, 1672 Aged 47 years 2 Months and 12 Days, and was a Tender Mother of 14 Children. She Departed this Life the 5th Day of February 1719/20."

This memorial kindly transferred from the stewardship of Find-A-Grave member archtype(#47159002) on 8 January 2014.


"Here Lyeth Interr'd ye Body of Elizabeth Lewis the Daughter of Col Augustine Warner and Mildred his Wife and late wife of John Lewis Esq She was Born at Chesake the 24th of November, 1672 Aged 47 years 2 Months and 12 Days, and was a Tender Mother of 14 Children. She Departed this Life the 5th Day of February 1719/20."

This memorial kindly transferred from the stewardship of Find-A-Grave member archtype(#47159002) on 8 January 2014.

Find-A-Grave member Jean Gaissert provided the following in Dec. 2014. Elizabeth *Lititia* Lewis was the child of Elizabeth Warner Lewis and John Lewis. *Lititia* Lewuis was born 1687 in Va; died 1716 in Va. She married John Martin.

"Here Lyeth Interr'd ye Body of Elizabeth Lewis the Daughter of Col Augustine Warner and Mildred his Wife and late wife of John Lewis Esq She was Born at Chesake the 24th of November, 1672 Aged 47 years 2 Months and 12 Days, and was a Tender Mother of 14 Children. She Departed this Life the 5th Day of February 1719/20."This memorial kindly transferred from the stewardship of Find-A-Grave member archtype(#47159002) on 8 January 2014.Find-A-Grave member Jean Gaissert provided the following in Dec. 2014. Elizabeth *Lititia* Lewis was the child of Elizabeth Warner Lewis and John Lewis. *Lititia* Lewuis was born 1687 in Va; died 1716 in Va. She married John Martin.

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Warner-685

Elizabeth (Warner) Lewis, the third daughter of Augustine Warner II, became the wife of John Lewis[1][2] and inherited Warner Hall. They moved there about 1702 from Chemokins, New Kent County.[3]

   Born November 24, 1672 at "Chesake"[4][5] at Warner Hall, Gloucester County, Virginia 
   Parents Augustine Warner (1642-1681) & Mildred Reade (1643-1686)[6] 
   Marriage in 1692 to Col. John Lewis (1669-1725) at Warner Hall, Gloucester County, Virginia.[2][3] 

Elizabeth was the mother of fourteen children, according to her gravestone. The "names of nine of them are known from records in Hening' s Statutes-at-Large and in the Parish Register of Abingdon Parish, Gloucester (in which Warner Hall was located)."[3]
Children cited in various sources were:
John Lewis, born before 1694 in New Kent County.[7][8]

   Charles Lewis, born before 1696 in New Kent County.[7][8]
   Mildred Lewis (c1700-1733), married (1) John Howell, (2) Dr. John Brown, (3) Col. Henry Willis.[8][9]
   Robert Lewis, born at Warner Hall, in August 1704.[7][8]
   Catherine, baptized 2 November 1705. Twin to Elizabeth, died young.[8]
   Elizabeth, baptized 2 November 1705. Twin to Catherine, died young.[8]
   Elizabeth, born 6 May 1706 or 1700-1749, m John Kennon Bolling.[8]
   Isabella, baptized 18 December 1707.[8]
   Anne, baptized 14 February 1712.[8]
   Mary[citation needed] (no baptismal or any records have been found to show that she was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Warner Lewis), married Major Throckmorten.[8] 

Elizabeth (Lewis) Warner died February 5, 1720 at Warner Hall, Gloucester County, Virginia.[3][10]
Burial

   Elizabeth is buried in the Warner Hall Colonial Family Cemetery[1] with her husband, John Lewis, at Naxera, Gloucester County, Virginia.[3][11] 
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Elizabeth Lewis's Timeline

1672
November 24, 1672
Chesapeake City, Gloucester County, Virginia, United States
1672
Warner Hall, Gloucester, Va
1672
1691
1691
Gloucester, Gloucester County, Virginia, United States
1694
March 22, 1694
Warner Hall, Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia, Colonial America
1696
October 13, 1696
“Chemokins”, St. Peter’s Parish, New Kent County , Province of Virginia, Colonial America

He was born at Chemokins, New Kent County Virginia

1698
November 27, 1698
St Peters, New Kent, Virginia, United States
1698
New Kent, New Kent County, Virginia, United States
1702
March 2, 1702
Gloucester, Virginia, USA
November 26, 1702
Warner Hall, Abingdon, Gloucester County, Virginia