Richard Warren, b Greenwich 14 Apr 1649 with brother John, was pupil at Mr. Dugard's private school, parish at St. Stephens, Coleman St., London; and afterwards at Merchant Taylors School. Became doctor of Divinity, Vicar of Warnborough in Hampshire.  At Warnborough, instituted in 1681. Dr Warren died at Warnborough in 1694 "He in turn had a two sons. The first, Richard who inherited Marden in Tewin in Hertfordshire from his grandfather, went to Christchurch Oxford and the Middle Temple and died in about 1768 The second Vincent who also went to Christchurch and became a clergyman, vicar of Plymstock in Devon where he died in 1701 Additional children: Thomas, died young, Ann d 1702 aged 15 and Catherine. (NB there were no living descendants of Catherine Vincent, the wife of Richard Warren, vicar of Warnborough still living in 1836. The evidence for this was submitted to the committee of Privileges of the House of Lords 
John Warren, b Greenwich 8 Apr 1650
NOTE: Neither of these sons emigrated to America.
↑ Rev. Thomas Warren, A History and Genealogy of the Warren Family in [various locations], Private printing, 1902, starting on page 70. NOTE: This is the only "documentation" of Richard's marriage found to date (Nov 2015); a record of his actual marriage to Elizabeth has not yet been located.
↑ See also Sir Bernard Burke C B LL D, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales..., Volume 3 First Published 1842: "Arms had been granted to 'Warren (Hedbury, co Devon, Rame, co Cornwall and London as the arms of Rev. Robert Warren, Rector of Rame, Cornwall, John Warren and Richard Warren of Greenwich, merchant. Christopher Warren of London and William Warren, of London, sons of Christopher Warren who was the great-grandson of John Warren of Hedbury in the parish of Ashburton, Devon.' "
↑ National Archives.PCC wills, Prob 11 piece no. 1207 The Rev. Vincent Warren Clerk 1791 Pymstock
↑ memorial to Ann Warren d of Dr Richard Warren and Catherine his wife, only d of Sir Anthony Vincent in Stoke D'Abernon church recorded P145 The Natural History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey, Aubrey,Rawlinson,1781,viewed Google books
↑ evidence printed in five papers relating to the claims of the barony of Bray, online Google books
Source: [Richard Warren Information on Cyberancestors]. Includes a description of some of the Richard Warren baptisms in the London Records for the estimated time around Richard birth. (May be referring to a different Richard Warren.)
"Christopher Warren married Alice Webb, 15 June, 1613. . . . Richard, the 3rd son of Christopher Warren, was baptized at Sydenham Damrell, 15 August 1619, and was five years younger than his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth March, who was not licensed to marry her first husband until 1629 . . . ." which was the year AFTER Mayflower Richard had died.