Warren Seymour Butler
|Birthplace:||Connecticut, United States|
|Cause of death:||Cerebral Thrombus, Hemiplegia|
|Place of Burial:||Springfield, Hampden, MA, USA|
|Occupation:||Laborer [in 1855 census]|
|Managed by:||Roland Eugene Butler|
About Warren Seymour Butler
MA 1865 Census shows Warren's occupation as "Armorer", in Ward 5 of Springfield with first wife Lucina and widowed mother Polly. Lucina died of typhoid in 1867. The record of Warren's second marriage September 30th 1871 (for both) to Ellen Clark, in Springfield lists his occupation as "Photographer". so he is likely the one who taught Dwight Butler the craft. Roland remembered hearing that he was taught by "a relative". The census of 1870 shows him living in Springfield at the house of wife's mother, Content Dibble, and also lists him as a photographer.