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Daniel Warner Sr. (abt. 1618 - 1688)

Daniel Warner Sr.
Born about in Boxted, Essex, Englandmap
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Husband of — married about 1639 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colonymap
Husband of — married 1 Jul 1660 (to 10 Jun 1679) in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colonymap
Husband of — married 1 Jun 1686 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colonymap
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Died in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colonymap
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[NOTE: First wife Elizabeth: Origin unknown: Disputed LNAB: Hammatt asserted that Elizabeth's maiden name was Deene. However, more recent research by Robert Charles Anderson indicates this is in error. Anderson believes that Hammatt conflated the maiden name of Elizabeth with that of Sarah Dane of Ipswitch - another one of his family members. He states that there is no record of the surname Deene and no record of a marriage. He concludes that her maiden name and parents are unknown. [1]
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Biography

Daniel Warner was born in England about 1618 in England. His father was William Warner. He came to Ipswich, MA with his father William, and siblings John and Abigail in 1637. He was a husbandman. [2][3] [1]

  • 1641: Became a commoner at Ipswich. Made a Freeman that same year. [2] [3] [4]
  • 1648: Taxed at Ipswich. [2]
  • 1648: He was a subscriber to the fund to retain Major General Denison in charge of Military Affairs.
  • 1648: Constable. [3]
  • 1654: Nov. 10: his aunt Sarah Stone, turned over to Daniel, land and holdings of over 150 acres in Watertown. [2]
  • 1661: Living at Saunder's Brook, a way was allowed through his property. [2] [4]
  • 1661: Sept. 26: Sold land in Ipwich to Wallis. [2]
  • 1662: July 3: Sold acreage that was previously his father William's land to Thomas Lovell. [2] [3]
  • 1662: Selectman. [3]
  • 1664: Had a share in Plum Island. [3]
  • 1665: A bridge was built by his house. [2]
  • 1669: March 21: Among the men chosen to take care of Ipswich Commons. [5]
  • 1676: Sept. 15: Deeds property to daughter Elizabeth Heard and son-in law Edmund Heard. [3]
  • 1677: Was tythingman. Had responsibility, for the moral behavior of a group of neighbors and had the authority to bring problems to the court. [3]
  • 1684: April 18: Made provisions for the unborn child of his son Nathaniel, as Nathaniel was on his deathbed. [2]

He died on September 9, 1688 in Ipswich, MA. [6][2]

His will is dated Sept. 7, 1688: [2] [7] In it he left bequests to:

  • Provides for his wife Ellen.
  • Sons John and Daniel the land and holdings in Watertown and lands on Plum Island.
  • Provides for son William and daughters Elizabeth, Abigail and Susanna.
  • Also for his grandson Nathaniel, who must provide for his mother Hannah (Batchelor) and his sister Hannah. [7][2] [3]

His estate was valued at seven hundred and seven pounds, one shilling and nine pence. His sons Daniel and John were executors of his will. [7]

Marriages

His first wife was Elizabeth (___) who died at Ipswich on November 1, 1659. [2] [6] [1]

He married his second wife Faith, the widow of Edward Browne, on July 1, 1660. Faith died on June 10, 1679. She left her estate to her children by her first marriage. [2] [6] [3] [1]

He married his third wife, the widow Eleanor (nee Pell/widow Boynton) Jewett on June 1, 1686. [3] [6] [2] (p. 169) [8] [1]

Eleanor Pell was born in England, married first at Boston, John Boynton who died in 1671, and second Deacon Maxmillian Jewett as his second wife. [2] On October 19, 1684, Jewett died at Rowley, Massachusetts.[3] [9] (p. 26; p. 168) [8]

Children

All by lst wife Elizabeth:

  1. Daniel, born about 1640; died Nov. 24, 1696; married, Sarah Dane, daughter of Dr. John Dane on Sept. 23, 1668. She died Dec. 28, 1701. [2] [6]
  2. John, born about 1642; died April 10, 1712; married first Hannah Bacheldor, 20 April 1665, dau. of Joseph Bacheldor, on April 20, 1665. She died March 10, 1688. He married second, about 1691, Mary Prince. [2] [6]
  3. William, born about 1645/6; died Wethersfield Feb. 28, 1713/4 in his 69th year; married Hannah Robbins, daughter of John and Mary Robbins, on Nov. 1, 1667.[2] [10]
  4. Nathaniel, born ___; died in April 1684; married on Nov. 29, 1673, Hannah Boynton, who died in Feb. 1694. [2] [6]
  5. Elizabeth, born 1648; died in 1724; married Edmund Heard on Sept. 26, 1672.[2] [6]
  6. Abigail, born __; married on Dec. 27, 1671, John Dane, brother of Daniel Jr's wife Sarah. [2] [6]
  7. Susannah, born ___; died Nov. 20, 16?88; married John Brewer in Jan, 1674. [2] [6]
  8. Simeon, born June 6, 1658; lived 5 days. [2] [6]

Source notes

Ipswich Births

Warner, Symon, s. Danill, June 6, 1658. CTR (p. 385)

Ipswich Marriages

WARNER, Daniell, and Faith Browne, July 1, 1660. CTR (p. 444)
WARNER, Daniel, sr., and wid. Ellen Jeawett of Rowley, June 1, 1686. CTR (p. 444)
Warner, Abigaill, and John Dane, Dec. 27, 1671. CTR (p. 444)
Warner, Daniell, jr., and Sar Dane, Sept. 23, 1668. CTR (p. 444)
Warner, Elizabeth, and Edmond Heard, Sept. 26, 1672. CTR (p. 445)
Warner, John, and Hanah Bachelour, Apr. 20, 1665. CTR (p. 445)
Warner, Nathaniell, and Hanah Boynton, Nov. 24, 1673. CTR (p. 445)
Warner, Susanna, and John Brewer, Jan. ––, 1674. CTR (p. 446)

Ipswich Deaths

WARNER Daniel, sr., Sept. 9, [1688?]. [1683. PR15] (p. 705)
WARNER, Elizabeth, w. Daniell, Nov. 1, 1659. CTR (p. 705)
WARNER, Faith, w. Daniell, Nov. 10, 1679. CTR (p. 705)
Warner, Daniell, Nov. 24, 1696. (p. 705)
Warner, Nathaniel, ––– ––, 1684. PR15 (p. 705)
Warner, Symon, s. Daniell, June 11, 1658. CTR (p. 705)
Brewer, Susanna, w. John, Nov. 20, 168[8?]. (p. 496)
Heard, Elizabeth, Mrs., ––– ––, 1724, in her 77th y. PR15 (p. 582) [6]

Entered by Chris Hoyt,28 February 2012.

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Anderson, Robert C., (1995) "William Warner," Featured name, The Great Migration, Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Vol VII, T-Y, Boston, MA: AmericanAncestors.org NEHGS, (Vol Volume VII, T-Y, Page 243, citing p. 244)
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 (1866) The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Volume 20. NEHGS, AmericanAncestors.org (Vol 20, Page 64).
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 Linzee, John William, (1913) The History of Peter Parker and Sarah Ruggles of Roxbury, Mass. and Their Ancestors and Descendants of Rowley. Boston: J.W. Linzee, Archive.org (Page 305).
  4. 4.0 4.1 History of Ipswich, Essex, and Hamilton, by Joseph Barlow Felt, C. Folsom, Cambridge, 1834
  5. Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts: 1667-1671, Massachusetts. County Court (Essex County), Essex Institute, 1914
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 Vital Records of Ipswich Massachusetts to the Year 1850 to the End of the Year 1849, The Essex Institute, Salem, MA, 1910
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Case 28948: p. 1-6: Essex County, MA: Probate File Papers, 1638-1881.Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2014. (From records supplied by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Archives.)
  8. 8.0 8.1 Early Settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts. George B. Blodgette and Amos E. Jewett, 1933: Reprinted by the New England History Press, Somersworth, New Hampshire, 1981
  9. History and Genealogy of the Jewetts of America, by J. C. Jewett, The Grafton Press, NY, 1908
  10. Stiles, Henry, editor. The History of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut : Comprising the Present Towns of Wethersfield, Rocky Hill, and Newington, and of Glastonbury Prior to its Incorporation in 1693 : from date of earliest settlement until the present time / based upon the manuscript collections of the late Judge Sherman W. Adams, and recast, enlarged. Vol. 2. Grafton Press, New York, 1904 p. 728-9

See Also:

  • Early New England Families. (Original Online Database: AmericanAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2013. (By Alicia Crane Williams, Lead Genealogist.) Daniel Warner

Acknowledgements

  • This person was created on 14 November 2010 through the import of sparling.GED.
  • WikiTree profile Warner-625 created through the import of Ancestors of PBHowe.ged on Jun 6, 2011 by Buck Howe.
  • Additional profile Warner-674 created through the import of Shurtliff Family.ged on Jun 20, 2011 by Mark Shurtliff.
  • This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import. Warner-2652 was created by Al Adams through the import of Jonathan Farren.ged on Jan 11, 2014.


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For the latest research, see Early New England Families by Alicia Crane Williams. Source added to this profile.
posted by Michael Stills
Note that the probable reason that Daniel's baptismal record has not been found is that the Boxted parish register for baptisms for Feb 1617-1644 are missing. See https://www.essexarchivesonline.co.uk/ParishRegisters.aspx?selAlphabet=B&selParish=616&selChurch=617
posted by Chase Ashley
The information about Elizabeth LNAB 'Denne', is from an older text by Hammatt, which was supposition from the will of Sarah Dane. However, more recent articles in the Great Migration series show that her maiden name is unknown. See the references in the Note, above the bio.
posted by Chris Hoyt
There isn't any evidence in the Boxted Registers, which were supposedly fairly thorough up to 1616, of this child Daniel born to William. He should probably be merged with Daniel Warner-253. See: p. 246: Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume VII, T-Y
posted by Chris Hoyt
Warner-2652 and Warner-253 do not represent the same person because: From these records it appears that there were two Daniel's, on who died young? And one the emigrated and resided in Ipswich, MA.
posted by Chris Hoyt
Warner-625 and Warner-253 appear to represent the same person because: Warner-253 is essentially an empty profile and should be merged away.
posted by Kyle Dane

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