About John Warner of Fairfield
1635, Watertown, Massachusetts, USA.as an indentured servant of Matthew Marvin.
Pequot Indian Wars. Service during the Pequot Indian Wars
John Warner of Farmington Ct.
John Warner was born in 1615, somewhere in England. [Great Walthem, England http://hindskw.cts.com/KennethHinds/28164.html]
He immigrated to America aboard the "Increase" in 1635, arriving in Watertown, Massachusettes, the indentured servant of Matthew Marvin
[Mathew I MARVIN was born on 26 Mar 1600 in Titchfield, Hampshire, Eng. He died in 1680. He came from England in 1635 and was among the original settlers of Hartford, Con Descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin
Genealogical Sketch of the descendants of Reinold and Matthew Marvin, who came to New England in 1635. (Compiled from authentic sources, by T.T.Marvin, Boston) (a Husbandman).
That same year, they moved to Hartford, CT where John was awarded land for his service in the Pequot Indian wars.
John is reported to have come to this country in 1635 as a passenger on the ship "Increase", and was listed as 20 years old at the time, which would place his birth in England at approximately 1615. He may have been an indentured servant in the home of Matthew Marvin. John was one of the original settlers in Hartford, CT and was one of 61 men of Hartford who participated in the Pequot War. He was given a plot of land in "Soldiers Field" for his service. In 1645 he relocated to Farmington, CT as one of the original settlers. John and his daughter Sarah were baptized in the First Congregational church of Farmington on 15 Mar 1656. He and his son John were among the original patentees for a settlement at Mattatuck (Waterbury), but he nover moved there, dying before the move took place.
A brief timeline of John Warner, as extracted from Mr. James Alfred Warner's wonderfully researched account:
• spring of 1635 - leaves England aboard "Increase"
• Feb 28, 1636 - listed among the 106 townsmen of Watertown, along with Symon Stone, Simone Eire, and Joseph Mosse, all fellow passengers of the Increase.
• 1636 - John Warner granted 7 acres of plowland at "Beverbroke"
• summer 1636 - 40 inhabitants of Cambridge and area are granted permission to found Hartford, among them Simon Eire, Isack More, and John Warner.
• May 1637 - Pequot War ordered - John is among the 37 men levied from Hartford.
• Feb 1639 - 3 parcels of land in Hartford, including a house "Lot 64" on the north side of Little River, near what is now Main Street, are recorded as belonging to John Warner.
• 1648 - John buys land in Farmington from Reinhold Marvyn.
• October 13, 1652 - first church established in Farmington
• March 15, 1656 - John takes covenant at Farmington church, his daughter Sarah baptized that day
• May 16, 1658 - "Daniel and Thomas, children of John Warner, which were not 13 years old when their father did enter the covenant, were baptized."
• October 1671 - The General Court grants John Warner and Thomas Barnes of Farmington 50 acres of land each for their services as Pequot soldiers. Some time later, John gave his 50 acres to his son-in-law, William Higginson.
• 1674 - John granted land in Mattetuck, but died before removing there.
• March 1678/9 - 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).
• 1679 - John dies in Farmington. His will, filed in 1680, names his children John, Daniel, Thomas, and Sarah, as well as his wife, Margaret.
Born: ABT 1615 at: England [S73] Married: ABT 1638 at: Hartford, Hartford, CT[S73] Died: 1679 at: Farmington, Hartford, CT [S73] Father: Mother: Spouses: Margaret WARNER* Notes: 
Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, pg. 1946
John Warner; a John Warner (probably the same) was entered for passage in the "Increase," in April, 1635, "aged 20;" in the same ship came Isaac More, "aged 13," Matthew Marvin, William Rusco, and others. He served in the Pequot War; was one of the inhabitants of Hartford who received land "by the courtesie of the town;" his home-lot in 1639 was on the east side of the road to the Cow-Pasture; he married in Hartford, in 1649, Ann, daughter of Thomas Norton of Guilford, a second wife; he was an original proprietor and settler of Farmington; joined Farmington Church, March 15, 1656-7, with children; freeman, 1664; freed from watching and warding, etc., May, 1670; he went in 1673 to view Mattatuck to ascertain if it were desirable to plant them, and was a patentee for Mattatuck in 1674; died before removal, in 1679, leaving a widow, Margaret.
SOURCE: James Hammond Trumbull, editor, The memorial history of Hartford County, Connecticut, 1633-1884, Volume 1 (Boston, Massachusetts: Edward L. Osgood, 1886), page 266. Retrieved: 3 May 2011 from Google Books
Birth: 1615, England Death: 1679 Farmington Hartford County Connecticut, USA
One of the Founders of Hartford, CT.
John Warner, Jr. was the son of John Warner, Sr. and his wife (_).
His name was found on the passenger list of the ship "Increase" in April 1635 departing from London, Middlesex, London, England, to the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
In about 1636 in Hartford, Connecticut, John Warner married Margaret (_).
WARNER children of John Warner and Margaret (_):
1. John Warner (1639-1706) 2. Sarah Warner B~1642, baptized 3/15/1656/7; m. William Higginson. 3. Daniel Warner (~1644-1679); m. Sarah (_). 4. Thomas Warner B~1645; m. Elizabeth (_). (Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 532)
On 28 February 1636 John Warner lived in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He is listed among the 106 townsmen of Watertown, along with Symon Stone, Simone Eire, and Joseph Mosse, all fellow passengers of the "Increase."
In the summer of 1636, 40 inhabitants of Cambridge and area were granted permission to found Hartford, among them Andrew Warner (no relation), Simon Eire, Isack More, and John Warner.
He was in military service between 1637 and 1638 in Hartford, Connecticut. He served in the Pequot War and was given land "courtesie of the town" in compensation for his service: 3 parcels of land in Hartford, including a house "Lot 64" on the north side of Little River, near what is now Main Street, are recorded as belonging to John Warner.
"John Warner and Nathaniel Kellogg went to Tunxis, now Farmington, in 1645." [Stuart's Hartford in Olden Time, p. 204]. John Warner is on the list of the 84 Original Proprietors of Farmington, and his estate there, as increased in accordance with the original act of division, was £97, in the second distribution. [Historical Address by Noah Porter, p. 1840]. In the list of names on Town Records of those who received soldiers' grants in said field (which Joseph Wadsworth explains as the "Soldiers' Field, where were lots granted to ye Pequoitt soldiers only, and that for their good service in said War") were John Purchase, Rev. Samuel Stone, John Warner, William Cornwall. [Stuart's Hartford, p. 116, 117].
"John Warner and the wife of John North were joined to the church, March 15, 1656." (0. C. R.) John Warner, Sr., died 1679. Two generations of Warner pedigree, previous to 1612, are given in Wm. Paver's "County Visitations of Yorkshire." [N.E. Hist. and Gen. Rep., Vol. XI, p. 269].
John buys land in Farmington from Reinhold Marvyn. John takes covenant at Farmington church; his daughter Sarah is baptized that day. In October 1671 The General Court grants John Warner and Thomas Barnes of Farmington 50 acres of land each for their services as Pequot soldiers. Some time later, John gave his 50 acres to his son-in-law, William Higginson.
In 1672 John Warner and John Warner lived in Waterbury, Connecticut; on the list of original proprietors although John Senior died before moving here.
John Warner made a will on 14 March 1678/79 in Farmington, Connecticut. He died in 1679 in Farmington, Connecticut. __________ Sources: 1. Online, http://szgenes.com/marcia/p4.htm#i2087. 2. Mary Kingsbury Talcott, The Original Proprietors of Hartford, CT. 3. Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey's New England Marriages Prior to 1700, before 1649. 4. Elizabeth Todd Nash, Fifty Puritan Ancestors. 5. Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT. 6. John Warner, Early Connecticut Probate Records. 7. Historical Catalogue of the First Church of Hartford, CT. 1633-1885. __________ Research: Mary E. Warner, 2011.
Spouse: Margaret Warner* Children: John Warner (1639 - 1707)* Sarah Warner Higginson (1641 - ____)* Daniel Warner (1643 - 1679)* Thomas Warner (1645 - 1714)*
- Calculated relationship
Burial: Memento Mori Cemetery Farmington Hartford County Connecticut, USA
John Warner of Fairfield's Timeline
Hatfield Heath, Essex, England, (Present UK)
March 1, 1639
Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
Waterbury, New Haven Colony, (Present Connecticut), (Present USA)
March 15, 1656
Connecticut, United States
Saybrook, Hartford County (Present Middlesex County), Province of Connecticut, (Present USA)
Farmington, Hartford, CT, USA