About Joan Warner
James Warner's 1st wife.
Joan's antecedents being unknown, there is no reason not to think she was significantly younger than her husband, and some reason to think so (daughters born in the late 1640s).
VI. Samuel Howard, b. C1647, Lower Norfolk Co., Va.; d. testate, A.A. Co., Md. (His will given in full at the back of this chapter.), bet. Feb. 28, 1702/3 and Nov. 9, 1703; m. Catherine Warner, dau. of James and Joan (___) Warner.
(NOTE: Prof. Warfield (op. cit..p. 70), erroneously stated that Catherine was a dau. of "James and Elizabeth Warner, daughter of William Harris..."; however, Elizabeth (___) Harris, widow and not daughter of William Harris, married James Warner, as his (2)  wife, onlly about a year before he died [Quakers In The Founding Of Anne Arundel County Maryland, by J. Reaney Kelly (Baltimore, 1963), pp. 79-81], and there was no issue of that marriage.
Catherine was a dau. of Joan (___) Warner, who immigrated [from Virginia] to Maryland with James Warner and their dau., Joan, or Johanna, in 1650 [Liver Q, ff. 237-8, Land Office, Annapolis.]
Samuel was legatee in the 1648 will of Richard Hall, in Va., and in the 1673 will of his father-in-law, James Warner, was one of the overseers
Pg.363 named in the will of his bro. Cornelius, in 1680; legatee of is bro. Matthew, Jr., in 1691; and legatee in the 1696 will of his bro., John
100 a called "Howard's Hope" was surveyed for Samuel, Jan. 26, 1662 [Richardson, op. cit., vol. 1, p. 329.]
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