of middletown John Warner, Sr., of Middletown

Is your surname Warner?

Research the Warner family

of middletown John Warner, Sr., of Middletown's Geni Profile

Share your family tree and photos with the people you know and love

  • Build your family tree online
  • Share photos and videos
  • Smart Matching™ technology
  • Free!

of middletown John Warner, Sr., of Middletown

Birthdate: (75)
Birthplace: Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, England, United Kingdom
Death: June 24, 1700 (71-79)
Middletown, Hartford, Connecticut Colony, British Colonial America
Immediate Family:

Son of Andrew Warner and Mary Warner
Husband of Anna Warner and Martha Boltwood
Father of Hannah Warner; Elizabeth Warner; John Warner, Jr., of Middletown; Jonathan Warner; Mary North and 1 other
Brother of Mary Hills; Andrew Warner, Jr.; Robert Warner; Hannah Ruth Pratt; Lieut. Daniel Warner and 8 others

Managed by: Private User
Last Updated:

About of middletown John Warner, Sr., of Middletown

iv. John Warner was born in Hatfield,Broad Oak,Essex,England about 1629 and died 24 JUN 1700 in Middletown,Middlesex,Connecticut.

John was made freeman October 9, 1663. His name is one of those on a granite and bronze memorial, unveiled in 1905 to Middletown's "Founders, Fathers and Patriots." He joined the Middletown Church in 1668.

family

parents: Andrew WARNER b: BET 1594 AND 1595 in Cambridge, Essex, Cambridge, England & Mary HUMPHREY b: 13 FEB 1600/01 in Great Waltham, Essex, England

He married first Annna on 28 Jun 1649.

He married second Martha Boltwood, daughter of Robert and Mary (Gernor) Boltwood. John and Isaac married sisters: Martha and Sarah.

Children with 1st wife

  1. Hannah WARNER b: in Middletown,Middlesex,Connecticut
  2. John WARNER b: 1659 in Middletown,Litchfield,Connecticut
  3. Jonathan WARNER b: 1660 in Middletown,Middlesex,Connecticut
  4. Mary WARNER b: 1662 in Farmington,Hartford,Connecticut
  5. Elizabeth WARNER b: in Middletown,Middlesex,Connecticut
  6. Sarah WARNER b: 5 MAR 1669 in Middletown,Middlesex,Connecticut

biography

From The descendants of Andrew Warner. Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co., 1919 - Reference - 804 pages page 37

5 JOHN2 WARNER, son of Andrew1 Warner, died in Middletown, Conn., June 24, 1700. The date and place of his birth are unknown but he was probably born in England before the removal of the family to America. According to the records of Connecticut, October 8, 1663, he was to be made a freeman on the following day. There is no record of his early life in America but he settled early in Middletown, Conn. His name is one of those on a granite and bronze memorial unveiled in 1905 to Middletown's "Founders, Fathers and Patriots," as one of the founders of the period from 1650 to 1680. With his wife and his brothers, Robert and Andrew, and their wives, he signed the covenant of the Middletown Church, Nov. 4, 1668, the date of the beginning of the church records. The list of proprietors of Middletown, March 22, 1670, gives John Warner, with a valuation of 96, slightly larger than that of his two brothers of the same town. His lot was on the west bank of the Connecticut River, next south of Thomas Ranney's and the middle one of five lots between the roads. He seems to have spent the remainder of his life as a farmer there.

His will, made March 19, 1700, mentions the following:

  • eldest son John;
  • John North, guardian to his two children by Mary Warner, Anna and Mary North.

Distribution of the property was made to

  • John Warner, the eldest son,
  • Jonathan Warner,
  • Hannah Warner,
  • Elizabeth Warner,
  • John North's children by his first wife, and to
  • Ebenezer Ranney in right of his wife.

Married ANNA .

Her name is given as Anna Norton in Nash's Fifty Puritan Settlers, p. 62, but this may be an error, for John Warner, the early settler of Farmington, married Anna Norton. The Middletown Church records have the following entry: "May 23, 1669, Goodman John Warner & his yoke fellow Anna Warner & the wife of David Sage in full communion. . . . May 30, 1669 (baptized) child11 of Brother Warner; viz.: Hannah, John, Jonathan, Mary, Elizabeth, our sister Sage herself likewise and her 3 children namely, David, John, Elizabeth in 1 seale. john Warner Senr and Anna Warner Senr were among the signers of the covenant at the Middletown Church, "the 4th of the 9th mo 1668."

Children, order not known but inferred from record of their baptism in Middletown in 1669

  1. Hannah Warner, mentioned in the distribution of her father's property, 1700, probably not married.
  2. John Warner, b. about 1657; m. Mrs. Silence Hand Wilcox.
  3. Mary Warner, died March 1, 1694-5. Married; as his first wife, John North, who died April 20, 1745, son of Samuel and Hannah (Norton) North of Farmington and grandson of John and Hannah (Bird) Norton who came to Boston in the Susan and Ellen in 1635. He was made guardian for his two children Anna and Mary North, who were minors at the time of their grandfather's death. Anna North, b. about 1694; m. June 28, 1716, Thomas Wilcox, b. July 5, 1687, d. Jan. 20, 1726, son of Israel and Sarah (Savage) Wilcox, and had children, Hannah, Thomas, who m. Freelove Bradley, Jonathan and Hannah. Further records of this family will be found in Nash's Fifty Puritan Ancestors, p. 63.
  4. Elizabeth Warner, received part of her father's property in 1700. It is not clear if the following record refers to this Elizabeth or to her cousin, Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Warner. In October, 1703, the court of Middletown ordered that land of Elizabeth Warner be sold, "as much as may be needfull for the defraying of the necessary charges that have been or shall be expended for the keeping and maintenance of the said Elizabeth, she being a distracted person and now in close custodie to prevent her doing mischieff." One Elizabeth Warner married Nov. 22, 1709, Samuel Pease (Hadley Town Records), but she may be a descendant of William of Ipswich.
  5. Jonathan Warner, b. 1660; d. Nov. 4, 1733, in East Middletown (Portland) to which place he had removed about 1710; buried in old Quarry burying ground, Portland. He was a farmer and died leaving a substantial property to his wife by a will of May 22, 1733. After her death, it was distributed, Jan. 3, 1758, to Ebenezer Ranney, Richard Coleman and Jabez Warner. Jonathan Warner married in Middletown, Aug. 4, 1698, Elizabeth Ranney, b. in Middletown Upper Houses, Apr. 12, 1668; d. Feb. (or Sept.) 11, 1757; buried in old Quarry burying ground, Portland. She was the daughter of Thomas and Mary (Hubbard) Ranney, and a sister of Ebenezer Ranney who married Sarah Warner (see below). She was received into full communion of the Middletown Church, July 28, 1695, was an original member of the North Society, Jan. 5, 1714-5, and an original member of the Third Church at East Middletown, which was organized in 1721. Children, b. and d. in Middletown: i. Jonathan, Jr., b. July 2, 1699-1700; d. July 6. 1699-1700. ii. John, b. Aug. 16, 1701; d. Sept. 19, 1701.
  6. Sarah Warner, b Mar 5, 1669; married Ebenezer Ranney

Sources

  1. The Descendants of Andrew Warner, 1919
  2. Mary (Humphrey) Warner, The American Genealogist, vol. 26 (1950) , pg. 219
  3. Clues in Records of Essex, England to the Origin of Connecticut Colony Settlers, The American Genealogist, vol. 26
  4. Directories of New England Families, 1620 1700 Andrew Warner b. Eng. 1600; settled Cambridge, Mass. 1632; removed to Hartford, Conn. 1635; removed to Hadley, Mass. where he died 1684
  5. "Dinghy Magazine", vol. 1, June, 1988 (Mary Humphrey's baptism date, provided by Joan (Gilbert) Tatro January, 2002.

Links

view all

of middletown John Warner, Sr., of Middletown's Timeline

1625
1625
Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex, England, United Kingdom
1655
1655
Age 30
Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut Colony, Colonial America
1657
1657
Age 32
Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut Colony, Colonial America
1657
Age 32
Middletown, Middlesex County, Connecticut Colony, Colonial America
1660
1660
Age 35
1662
1662
Age 37
1669
March 6, 1669
Age 44
Middletown, Connecticut
1700
June 24, 1700
Age 75
Middletown, Hartford, Connecticut Colony, British Colonial America