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Warner, Sylvanus Sweet (History - 1846)

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WARNER SWEET BROWN COLEGROVE JERAD WARDEN FOSTER PROUTY EVENSON ALLEN

 

----Source: 1918 History of Clark County, Wisconsin

 


SYLVANUS SWEET WARNER, a highly esteemed citizen of the village of Thorp, where he is now living retired, has been a resident of Clark County for forty-three years and is a man of many interesting experiences. He was born in Jefferson County, N. Y., April 1, 1846, son of Stephen A. and Elizabeth (Sweet) Warner. The father, who was a farmer, was born Aug. 10, 1803, and died Jan. 10, 1880 his wife Elizabeth, born March 29, 1805, died April 8, 1890. Stephen A. Warner, though not an officeholder, was a man active in all movements for the good of the community in which he lived. In 1865 he left his old home in New York state, and with his son, Jonathan B., came to Juneau County, Wis., where they settled on an eighty-acre farm, being joined there in 1868 by the wife and son William. Still later in the same year Sylvanus and his wife and one child Bill came and bought an adjoining farm. Stephen and his wife had eleven children, whose names and birth dates were respectively as follows: Benaja, born in 1825 Seneca S., June 4, 1827 Samuel W., Jan. 14, 1829 Jonathan B. Nov. 16, 1831 William S., May 30, 1833 Dorcas, Sept. 14, 1835 James A., Jan. 14, 1837 Jerusha, in 1839 Annie, Feb. 2, 1842 Mary J., Jan. 15, 1844 and Sylvanus S., April 1, 1846.

 

Warner Family Tree

Warner, Jonathan Family File

Warner, Samuel Woodruff Family File

Warner, Stephen Family File

Warner, Sylvanus Family File

Warner, William Family File

Warner Family Sketch

1891 Biography

Warner, Sylvanus' Letter (1932)

 

The family contact for the above files is Betty Williams.

 

 


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