WARNER FAMILY TREE
Family Tree by Leslie Cummings Fayling

Descendants of Christeyan Wanner

Generation No. 1

1. Christeyan4 Wanner (Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 07 Nov 1754 in Beaver Dam,
New York, and died 21 Mar 1833 in Niagara, Ontario. He married Gertrude Ecker 16 May 1775, daughter of
Peter Fecker and Maria Rickert. She was born 17 Dec 1759, and died 29 Aug 1823 in Niagara, Ontario.

Notes for Christeyan Wanner:

Name was changed from Wanner to Warner some time after 1783.

The following was written by Margaretha Warner. This was taken from a paper she titled "Story of a Family."
Michael's son. Christian is one of the strong characters of this story. He was married to Charity (Gertrude Ecker) and was the father of Michael and Peter (twins), Matthew and 9 girls. He had a most adventuresome life. At first he belonged to the American forces, but when his father's property was confiscated and he lost all his own, he joined Butler's Rangers. He fought with them for 7 years. This was a band of terrorists and he was eventually captured and imprisoned. Then he took his father, his wife and a child (riding in a basket on a cow) and walked through the crossing at the Falls. He settled at Upper Canada. This is now the Province of Ontario.  Here he proceeded to settle and build a settlement known as Warner Settlement. This is now known as Niagara on the Lake.  Christian is still celebrated in Niagara, Ontario. He is buried in Warner cemetery. Dates on his monument show that he died here on March 21, 1833.  Christian was a pioneer settler in Niagara Township, Upper Canada. Census of Niagara - 30 November, 1783
Sgt. Christ'n Wanner, age 29
Gertraunt Wanner, age 25
Mary Wanner, age 5
Elizabeth Wanner, age 22
Note (M.W.B.): The name of Christian Warner's wife was recorded as Gertraut or Gertrude until 1805, when it
became "Charity." It is thought that she changed her name, perhaps at the conversion to Methodism.
There was a camp meeting ground on the farm of Christian Warner, in a superb growth of forest with an unlimited supply of excellent spring water. Camp meetings ceased long ago and a maple sugar camp held its place for many years. The first home was a log cabin, the second stone roughcast.  Christian Warner, his wife, and two children, from Albany Co., N.Y. crossed into Canada late in the summer of 1783. The children were carried in baskets slung across the back of a cow. This cow, an axe, and an augur constituted the chief equipment for this family to start a new home in the unbroken solitudes of the Canadian wilderness. The tools were the only ones of their kind in the district, and were of priceless use to the pioneer settlers before tools were later supplied by the government.  Christian Warner was a class leader for forty-five years, (1788-1833), Steward of the Niagara Circuit, (1796-1823), a successful local preacher and exhorter, noted for his power in prayer. He insisted on simplicity of dress and was inflexibly stern to rebuke pride. He was the soul of hospitality in church relations and neighborly needs.  Obesity affected him in his old age. He was said to have weighed over 300 pounds and used two chairs, front to front, the backs of the chairs under his arms for rests. This affliction developed a spirit of dictation. The sincerity of his convictions was clear to those who knew his early career, but were ridiculed by the young people. He condemned the wearing of suspenders as a wicked concession to pride, and his sons used to hide their suspenders 2 in the barn. Finally, with increasing weight, he was compelled to have shoulder support for his trousers, but refused to wear more than one, considering one less pretentious.

It will not be forgotten that he fought for six terrible, depleting years in the fierce frontier strife of the American Revolution, settled in Canada, was well known as a sweet-spirited religious leader at whose side youth loved to kneel in prayer. His service as "local" preacher or lay evangelist was maintained with marked efficiency for many years throughout the neighboring townships."MICROFILM RECORDS, ST. CATARINES HISTORICAL MUSEUM:"Will of Christian Warner Signed April 1, 1829 - Filed January 25, 1834

In the name of God Amen. I Christian Warner Senior, of the Township of Niagara in the County of Lincoln in the District of Niagara and in the Province of Upper Canada, yeoman. Do make, declare and publish this my last Will and Testament, in manner and firm following: First, I resign my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it, hoping and believing in the remission of my sins by the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ: And my body I commit to the earth to be buried in a Christian manner at the discretion of my executors herein after named. And my worldly estate, I give and devise as follows: I order and direct that my just debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon as convenient after my decease by my executors. 

Item. I give and devise unto my eldest son Peter Warner and his heirs and assign forever Lot number one hundred and forty, together with thirty six acres more or less off the west end of Lot number one hundred and forty one in the Township of Niagara aforesaid, containing one hundred and thirty six acres be the same, more or less. Also Lot number seventeen in the ninth Concession of the township of Beverly in the District of Gore in the Province aforesaid. To have and to hold unto my said son Peter Warner his heirs and assigns forever.

Item. I give and devise unto my son Matthew Warner his heirs and assigns forever Lot number one hundred and thirty eight in the said Township of Niagara. Also eighteen acres in the Township of Stamford in the gore, containing one hundred and eighteen acres more or less. Also Lot number one in the sixteenth Concession of the Township of Wapole containing one hundred and eighty-two acres more or less.

Item. I give and devise unto my Grandson Christian Warner son of Michael Warner deceased and his heirs and assigns forever after the decease of my wife, my homestead on which I now reside being Lot number one hundred and thirty seven, and fifty acreas of the East end of Lot one hundred and forty one in the Township of Niagara, in the County of Lincoln in the District of Niagara and Province of Upper Canada containing one hundred and fifty acres more or less. I also give and devise unto my said grandson Christian Warner son of Michael Warner deceased and his heirs and assigns forever all that tract or parcel of Land situate and being in the said Township of Niagara containing five acres and two perches more or less being part of Lot number one hundred and thirty six and described as follows, (that is to say), Beginning at a post at the southwest angle of said Lot, thence east twenty two chains and twenty links, thence west twenty two chains and eighty links, thence south two chains and twenty links to the place of beginning. To have and to hold the said several respective tracts or pieces of land and premises herein described to by said Grandson Christian Warner and to his heirs and assigns forever.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my said grandson Christian Warner son of Michael Warner all my farming utensils, wagons and sleighs that may be on my premises at the time of my widow's decease, also all my outstanding debts, provided he, the said Christian, shall farm and manage the said premises under his Grandmother's direction during her natural life, and also that he shall provide for and pay my just debts and funeral expenses and the several legacies herein after mentioned.

Item. I give devise and bequeath unto my dearly beloved wife Charity Warner during her natural life, the homestead (herein before described), together with all the livestock and farming utensils, wagons and sleighs, bedding and household furniture that I may own at the time of my decrease in lieu of her right of dower and to enable her to provide for the younger branches of the family but at her decease I give and devise it (as aforesaid), to my Grandson Christian his heirs and assigns forever.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my said sons Peter and Matthew all the carpenter's tools I may own at the time of my death to be equally divided between them. 3 I give and devise unto my Grandson Christian Warner, son of Peter Warner and his heirs and assigns forever, seventy-five acres of land of the north end of lot number eighteen in the ninth Concession and fifty acres of the south end of lot number eighteen in the tenth Concession of the Township of Beverly in the District of Gore and Province of Upper Canada. To have and to hold to my said Grandson Christian Warner, son of Peter Warner his heirs and assigns forever.

Item. I give and bequeath to my daughter Charity Warner one feather bed and bedding, one cow, three sheep, a loom and tackling and seeds and five pounds currency in specie and a half dozen teaspoons marked "C.W." and further that she shall have the privilege of living in the family in the homestead and have her boarding found her from the said farm if she chooses, as long as she remains unmarried. On conditions she remain with me and my wife during our lives if unmarried but if she leaves us she is only to share equal with the rest of her sisters.

Item. I do will and order that after my decease all the horses I owned shall remain on the premises and after my widow's decease I give them to my grandson Christian Warner, son of Michael Warner, deceased.

Item. I do will and order that after me and my wife are deceased all the cattle, sheep and hogs, and all the household furniture (excepting the double stove and clock which shall remain in the house) shall be equally divided between my surviving daughters.

Item. I do will and order that after the decease of me and my wife all my books (excepting my family Bible which I give to my daughter Charity) shall be equally divided between my surviving children.

And lastly, I do hereby nominate and appoint my trusty friends Robert McKinlay of the Township of Niagara aforesaid Yeoman, and Richard Woodruff and William Woodruff of the said Township of Niagara Merchants, to be executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former Wills by me made ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament.

In Witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this first day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand, eight hundred and twenty nine.

Signed sealed published and declared by the above Christian Warner to be his last Will and Testament in presence of us who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names and witnesses thereto.  Joseph D. Clement Richard Clement Joseph Woodruff
Signed, Christian Warner

Conflicting dates on the marriage of Christeyan and Gertraud "Charity" Warner. A second date of 1777 was found as their marriage date. However, I found the full date as a marriage date on a Family Tree site and will try to find a reference confirmation in the future.

History records that Christeyan was jailed in the winter of 1777 in Albany, N.Y. over a land petition
disagreement. Then, in the spring of 1778, Christeyan became a Sergeant in the Butlers' Rangers.
His children were baptized at Beaverdam Reform Church, New York, around 1783, they then petitioned for land in Upper Canada and moved to Niagara Falls, Ontario. In 1794, Christian joined the Lincoln Militia, in Ontario, resigning later, in 1810, with the rank of Captain. He died in 1833 and is buried in Warner Methodist Cemetery, Lincoln County, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

There still stands a Residence of the Warner Settlement at Niagara Falls, Ontario, as well as a Monument and Historical Plaque to Christian, his wife and family in the Warner Cemetery, which is near St. Catherines.

RESEARCH: website http://olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/church/index.shtml (go to Loyalists, Research, Land Grants, Vital Stats, Palatine Resource, Schoharie Hank Jones' book on the Palatine Refugees)

Below notes from Margaretha Warner:4
On Cover: "W. 1834. Original last Will and Testament of Christian Warner late of Niagara Yeoman deceased.

Filed in this office the 25th day of January 1934.
Chas. B. Secord, Registrar."

RECORDS OF JULIA ANN (WARNER) BUTT: UNDATED:
"CHRISTIAN WARNER WAS A VERY BIG MAN, WEIGHING BETWEEN 350 AND 400 POUNDS. HE
WOULD NEED TWO CHAIRS TO SIT ON. WHEN HE DIED, A COFFIN WAS MADE TO MEASURE IN
HIS HOUSE. THEN IT WAS FOUND NECESSARY TO REMOVE THE FRONT DOOR FRAME IN ORDER
TO GET THE COFFIN OUT. HE DIED AT THE HOME OF HIS GRANDSON, CHRISTIAN JR., IN A
STONE HOUSE SLIGHTLY TO THE NORTH OF THE FRAME HOUSE NOW OCCUPIED BY MISS ELLA
WARNER. HE AND HIS WIFE LIVED WITH CHRISTIAN JR. FOR SOME TIME BEFORE HIS DEATH.
THEY FIRST LIVED IN A LOG HOUSE AT THE CORNER OF THE FARM, WHERE A FRAME HOUSE
NOW STANDS."

FURTHER NOTES BY MARGARETHA WARNER:
"Until Recent years, the foundations of a house could be traced on the north side of the Warner road. In 1940, when the monument was erected to Christian Warner, the Research Committee concluded that this was the site of the home of the old Class leader. The house may have burned, for the clock had been through a fire." Miss Ella Warner reported in later notes that it DID burn.
There may have been original markers on the graves of Christian and Charity Warner, which later disintegrated or were destroyed by vandals. For many years, the upright stock of a musket, said to have belonged to Christian Warner, marked his grave, but it disappeared about 1930.

Notes for Gertrude Ecker:
Family tree notes indicate Charity (or Gertrude) was born in 1757, the daughter of Peter and Maria (Richert)
Fecker. Later, her Maiden name shows as Ecker.

Later changed her name to Charity. In 1783 - her name was listed as Gertruce, but in 1805, she signed her name Charity on a land deed. Charity being the English equivalent of Gertrude. They had nine daughters total, but not all are listed. There is no available information on the date of her death, but there is a record of her as administrator of Christian's will in 1834. The Family Bible, willed to Charity, is now in the possession of Mrs. Shirley Hey, Niagara Falls, Ont. She is descended from Peter Warner, eldest son of Christian.

Children of Christeyan Wanner and Gertrude Ecker are:
2 i. Michael5 Warner, born 1776 in Schoharie, New York; died 1777 in Schoharie, New York.
+ 3 ii. Mary Elizabeth Warner, born 1775 in Schoharie, New York; died 22 Mar 1841.
+ 4 iii. Elizabeth Warner, born 13 Apr 1782.
+ 5 iv. Barbara Warner, born 23 Jul 1784 in Canada; died 30 Nov 1812.
+ 6 v. Peter Warner, born 12 May 1786 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada; died 14 Jun 1855.
+ 7 vi. Michael Warner, born 12 May 1786 in Or 1790; died 1814.
8 vii. Catharine Warner, born 13 Mar 1788; died 06 May 1814. She married John Campbell 1807.
9 viii. Margaret Warner, born 1792; died 1859. She married Abraham Overholt 1811; born 1784 in Pelham;
died 1866.
+ 10 ix. Matthew Warner, born 06 Jan 1794 in Niagara, Lincoln County, Ontario; died 13 Jul 1851 in Niagara
Falls, Ontario, Canada.
11 x. Phoebe Warner, born 06 Jan 1794 in Or 1795; died 1878 in Or 1873. She married Maurice Wertz 06 Mar 1822 in Ontario; born 1797; died 1881.  (See below for Wertz Family Tree)
12 xi. Charity Warner, born 1797; died 1833. She married Nicholas Potts 1831.
13 xii. Hogial Warner, born 1800; died 1814.
14 xiii. Sarah Warner, born 1805. She married Peter Marsh 1827 in or 03/07/1837; born in Saltfleet, Ontario.
15 xiv. Christian Warner Jr., born 24 Sep 1809; died 08 Oct 1839. He married Margaret Precoor 03 Mar 1831;
born 10 Aug 1810; died 13 Oct 1885.
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Notes for Christian Warner Jr.:
During the early years of Christian Jr. and Margaret's marriage, it's reported in Margaretha Warner's
family history notes, that they made their home with Christian Warner.
16 xv. Kezie Warner, born Abt. 1800; died 1814.

Generation No. 2

3. Mary Elizabeth5 Warner (Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born
1775 in Schoharie, New York, and died 22 Mar 1841. She married John Fox 17 Jun 1806 in Ontario. He was
born 1771 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, and died 1834.
Child of Mary Warner and John Fox is:
17 i. John H.6 Fox. He married Mary Jane Beek; born 01 Aug 1827; died 18 Mar 1902.

4. Elizabeth5 Warner (Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 13 Apr
1782. She married Adam Chrysler 1796 in Ontario. He was born 12 Jul 1774 in Thorold, and died 20 Jul 1814.
Children of Elizabeth Warner and Adam Chrysler are:
+ 18 i. Baltus6 Chrysler, born 07 Jul 1802.
19 ii. Mary Chrysler, born 1804; died 14 Dec 1855.
20 iii. Roger Chrysler, born 08 Sep 1805; died 01 Nov 1874.

5. Barbara5 Warner (Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 23 Jul 1784
in Canada, and died 30 Nov 1812. She married Samual Jones 1808 in Ontario. He was born 1771 in Grantham,
Ontario, and died 13 Feb 1854.
Child of Barbara Warner and Samual Jones is:
+ 21 i. Christopher Warner6 Jones.

6. Peter5 Warner (Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 12 May 1786
in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, and died 14 Jun 1855. He married Mary VanAvery 1807. She was born 16
Sep 1786 in Niagara Twp., Lincoln Co., Ontario, and died 16 Aug 1846.
Notes for Peter Warner:
Twin to Michael
Children of Peter Warner and Mary VanAvery are:
+ 22 i. William6 Warner, born 09 Nov 1808; died 31 Jul 1885.
23 ii. Charity Warner, born 1810; died 1850. She married Ashel Durham 02 Apr 1832.
24 iii. Christopher Warner, born 1812; died 1880. He married Phoebe Lampman 18 Feb 1836; born 1819; died
1887.
25 iv. Elizabeth Warner, born 1814. She married Lucius Loomis.
+ 26 v. John Warner, born 1817 in Near Welland, Ontario; died 1897.
27 vi. Pater Warner, born 1819; died 1842. He married Jane A. ?? 1840.
28 vii. James Warner, born 1822; died 1897. He married Mary House 1844; born 1819; died 1872.
29 viii. Mathew Warner, born 1825; died 1886. He married S. Maria Clement; born 1824; died 1911.
+ 30 ix. Joseph Warner, born 1826; died 1852.
31 x. Mary Alice Warner, born 1830. She married James House 05 Jan 1848.
32 xi. Richard Warner, born Abt. 1836; died 1899. He married Julia; born 1832; died 1896.

7. Michael5 Warner (Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 12 May
1786 in Or 1790, and died 1814. He married Phoebe Ostrander 1808, daughter of Andress Ostrander and Jane
Davis. She was born 1790, and died 1864 in Huttonville, Ontario, Canada.
Notes for Michael Warner:
Twin to Peter

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Children of Michael Warner and Phoebe Ostrander are:
33 i. Christian6 Warner, born 1809; died 1839. He married Margaret Precoore 1831; born 1809; died 1885.
34 ii. Mathew Warner, born 1812; died 1885. He married Ann McClure 1834; born 1816; died 1906.
35 iii. Michael Warner, born 1815; died 1897. He married Margaret Lampert 1835; born 1815; died 1886.

10. Matthew5 Warner (Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 06 Jan
1794 in Niagara, Lincoln County, Ontario, and died 13 Jul 1851 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. He married
Lois Ostrander 1815, daughter of Andress Ostrander and Jane Davis. She was born 01 Mar 1797 in Niagara
Twp., Lincoln Co., Ontario, and died 13 Nov 1854 in St. Davis, Lincoln Co., Ontario.
Children of Matthew Warner and Lois Ostrander are:
+ 36 i. James Thomas6 Warner, born 1815 in Niagara Twp., Lincoln Co., Ontario; died 06 Oct 1882 in Guelph,
Ontario.
37 ii. Thomas Warner, born 1817 in Ontario; died 1887. He married Sarah ??? 1844; born 1822.
38 iii. Phoebe Warner, born 1817 in Ontario; died 1877. She married Mathew Misener 1840; born 1815; died
1884.
Notes for Mathew Misener:
First name may be Matthias, changed to Mathew later in life.
+ 39 iv. Andrew Hall Warner, born 1820 in Ontario; died 1897 in Prob. Eramorsa Twp., Wellington Co.,
Ontario.
40 v. Michael Warner, born Abt. 1822 in Ontario; died 1822 in Ontario.
+ 41 vi. Peter Warner, born 1822 in Ontario; died 1880.
+ 42 vii. Daniel Warner, born 1825 in Ontario; died 05 Sep 1865 in Hartford, Ontario, Canada.
43 viii. Martha M. Warner, born 1826; died 1859. She married John Emmons.
Notes for Martha M. Warner:
I found her name as Matilda - possibly middle name?
44 ix. Artann Warner, born Abt. 1830.
45 x. Richard Warner, born 1832; died 1899. He married Julia Ann Warner 1852; born 1832; died 1896.
Notes for Richard Warner:
Richard Warner, became the heir of Christian Warner. He inherited the farm developed by Christian on
the grant given him by the Canadian government for his loyalty to Canada during the war.
46 xi. Antann Warner, born 1832. She married William Sovereigns.
47 xii. Lavinia Warner, born Abt. 1833; died 1880 in Or 1850.
48 xiii. Alma Warner, born 1834; died 1872. She married Alonzo Durgin 1853.
Notes for Alma Warner:
I found her name as Almey elsewhere on record. If I find it again, I'll note where.
49 xiv. Charity Jane Warner, born Abt. 1836; died 1876. She married John Thomas 06 Nov 1846 in St. Peter's
Church, Stamford; born 1821 in Thorald.

Generation No. 3

18. Baltus6 Chrysler (Elizabeth5 Warner, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1)
was born 07 Jul 1802. He married (1) Fanny Cruickshank 16 Jan 1821. She was born 18 Apr 1801, and died
Abt. Jul 1838. He married (2) Lydia Buck 15 Sep 1838. She was born 1819, and died 26 Feb 1876.
Children of Baltus Chrysler and Fanny Cruickshank are:
50 i. Elizabeth7 Chrysler, born 15 Mar 1822.
51 ii. Barbara Chrysler, born 05 Apr 1823.
52 iii. Catherine Chrysler, born 08 Aug 1824.
53 iv. Levine Chrysler, born 16 Aug 1826.
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54 v. Mary Chrysler, born 16 Sep 1828; died 10 Mar 1917. She married ??? Waterford.
55 vi. Lucinda Chrysler, born 16 Aug 1830.
56 vii. Michael Chrysler, born 28 Oct 1832.
57 viii. Julyann Chrysler, born 01 Oct 1836.
58 ix. Adam Chrysler, born 27 Jul 1838.
Children of Baltus Chrysler and Lydia Buck are:
59 i. James7 Chrysler, born 10 May 1839.
60 ii. Almira Chrysler, born 30 Oct 1840.
61 iii. Benjamin Chrysler, born 02 Jun 1842.
62 iv. Charity Chrysler, born 03 May 1844.
63 v. Charlotte Chrysler, born 07 May 1846.
64 vi. Elizabeth Chrysler, born 06 May 1848.
65 vii. Lydiann Chrysler, born 08 Aug 1850.
66 viii. John Chrysler, born 13 Aug 1852.
67 ix. Joseph Chrysler, born 01 Sep 1854.
68 x. Christopher Chrysler, born 25 Jan 1857.
69 xi. Phoebe Jane Chrysler, born 18 Dec 1859.

21. Christopher Warner6 Jones (Barbara5 Warner, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans
Ludwig2, Hans1) He married Lucretia Caroline Goring 21 Oct 1829 in Stamford, Ontario. She was born 1809.
Children of Christopher Jones and Lucretia Goring are:
70 i. Frederick7 Jones.
71 ii. William H. Jones. He married Elizabeth Beamer; born Aug 1803; died 29 Oct 1872.
72 iii. Warner Jones.

22. William6 Warner (Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 09
Nov 1808, and died 31 Jul 1885. He married (1) Elizabeth Lawrie. She was born 1824, and died 1872. He
married (2) Isabella Orr 29 Sep 1829. He married (3) Louise Winters 16 Jul 1873.
Child of William Warner and Elizabeth Lawrie is:
73 i. William7 Warner.
Notes for William Warner:
Died in infancy
Children of William Warner and Isabella Orr are:
74 i. Thomas M.7 Warner, died 13 Mar 1924.
75 ii. Isabella Warner. She married James Wilson 1856.
+ 76 iii. William Warner, born 31 Aug 1830; died 11 Nov 1883.
77 iv. Mary Jane Warner, born 1835. She married John Orr.
78 v. James Warner, born 1844; died 1925. He married Mary Stull 13 May 1874; born 1849; died 1891.

26. John6 Warner (Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1817
in Near Welland, Ontario, and died 1897. He married Eliza Jane Swayze 02 Feb 1842. She was born 1823, and
died 1897.
Children of John Warner and Eliza Swayze are:
+ 79 i. George7 Warner.
80 ii. Samuel Warner.
81 iii. Charles Warner.
82 iv. Marjorie E. Warner.
83 v. Louisa M. Warner.
+ 84 vi. Alonzo R. Warner.

30. Joseph6 Warner (Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born
8 1826, and died 1852. He married Catherine Margaret Lampman 04 Jan 1848. She was born 1828, and died
1887.
Child of Joseph Warner and Catherine Lampman is:
85 i. Robert Ironsides7 Warner.

36. James Thomas6 Warner (Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1)
was born 1815 in Niagara Twp., Lincoln Co., Ontario, and died 06 Oct 1882 in Guelph, Ontario. He married
Sarah Ann Snively. She was born 1817, and died 1911.
Children of James Warner and Sarah Snively are:
+ 86 i. Lucinda7 Warner, born 12 Jun 1837 in Ontario, Canada; died 26 Jun 1923 in Washington Township, MI.
87 ii. Andrew Warner, born 1841.
88 iii. George Warner, born 1843.
89 iv. Mary-Amenda Warner, born 1847.
90 v. Anna-Martha Warner, born 1849 in Canada. She married Andrew Ostrander 18 Sep 1866 in Methodist
Episcopal Church; born 1844.
91 vi. Thomas Warner, born 1851.
+ 92 vii. Harriet Warner, born 1854; died 1919.
93 viii. Catherine Warner, born 1858.
94 ix. Matthew Warner, born 1863.
95 x. Eli Warner, born 1865.

39. Andrew Hall6 Warner (Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was
born 1820 in Ontario, and died 1897 in Prob. Eramorsa Twp., Wellington Co., Ontario. He married Lydia Marie
McLorrie 1843. She was born 1824 in Eramosa Area, and died 1879.
Children of Andrew Warner and Lydia McLorrie are:
96 i. Marie7 Warner.
97 ii. John Warner.
+ 98 iii. Andrew Hall Warner Jr., died 1924.
99 iv. Rhoda Warner.
Notes for Rhoda Warner:
Found on 1871 Census - Page 16, Microfilm: C-9909: Townsend:
Rhonda J. Warner. b. 1863. Birthplace: Ontario. Origin: Irish.
I believe this is the same as Rhonda Warner, daughter of Andrew and Lydia, but haven't confirmed it,
yet.
100 v. Sarah Warner.
101 vi. Almey Ann Warner.
102 vii. Lydia Marie Warner.
103 viii. Matthew Warner.
104 ix. Ann Warner.

41. Peter6 Warner (Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born
1822 in Ontario, and died 1880. He married Caroline Clement 1846. She was born 1822, and died 1897.
Notes for Peter Warner:
Found on 1871 Census: District Niagara, page 15, Microfilm: C-9921
Age 49. b. 1822. Peter Warner. Origin-Scotch (Scotch Irish?)
Occupation: Farmer
Children of Peter Warner and Caroline Clement are:
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105 i. Catherine Elizabeth7 Warner, born 1847; died 1935. She married John Wood 1866; born 1842; died
1925.
106 ii. Daniel Clement Warner, born 1848; died 1914. He married Mary Stewart 1874; born 1854; died 1936.
107 iii. Martha Matilda Warner, born 1851; died 1921. She married James Wilson 1874.
108 iv. John Matthew Warner, born 1853; died 1881. He married Lavinia Cudney 1877; born 1860; died 1938.
109 v. Lois Rebecca Warner, born 1855; died 1931. She married John Bouk 1878; born 1852; died 1931.
110 vi. Julia Ann Warner, born 1857; died 1926. She married William Alfred Hutt 1878; born 1853; died 1907.
111 vii. Korha Maria Warner, born 1859.
112 viii. Augusta Azubia Warner, born 1861; died 1877.
113 ix. James Christian Warner, born 1864; died 1950. He married Jessie Secord 1887; born 1864; died 1955.
114 x. Peter Richard Warner, born 1868; died 1945. He married Ella May Reynolds 1900; born 1872; died
1943.

42. Daniel6 Warner (Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born
1825 in Ontario, and died 05 Sep 1865 in Hartford, Ontario, Canada. He married Sarah Cunningham 1848.
She was born 1829, and died 06 Sep 1870.
Notes for Daniel Warner:
Finding conflicting death dates for Daniel - looking to confirm further whether it's 1865 or 1895.
Notes for Sarah Cunningham:
I have found conflicting birth and death dates on Sarah Cunningham. Possibly born in 1848 and died 09/05/1865.
This might soon be confirmed with tombstone pictures.
Buried in Hartford, Ontario, Canada - Religion - Baptist.
Child of Daniel Warner and Sarah Cunningham is:
+ 115 i. Brazilla B.7 Warner, born 20 Jan 1852; died 18 Jun 1889 in Hartford, Ontario, Canada.

Generation No. 4

76. William7 Warner (William6, Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1)
was born 31 Aug 1830, and died 11 Nov 1883. He married Hanna Decew 14 Feb 1855. She was born 13 Feb
1832, and died 06 Feb 1881.
Children of William Warner and Hanna Decew are:
116 i. Omar8 Warner, born 1855.
117 ii. Peter Francis Warner, born 1857.
118 iii. Bella Isabel Warner, born 1864; died 1881.
+ 119 iv. Franklin C. Warner, born 30 Dec 1869; died 09 Jan 1963.

79. George7 Warner (John6, Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) He
married Isabella Creedman.
Child of George Warner and Isabella Creedman is:
120 i. Isabella8 Warner. She married Raymond Barrington Abbott.

84. Alonzo R.7 Warner (John6, Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) He
married Martha Augusta Coulson.
Children of Alonzo Warner and Martha Coulson are:
121 i. Alma8 Warner.
122 ii. Marie Theresa Warner.
123 iii. Marjorie Warner.
124 iv. Harvey Warner.
125 v. Laurie Warner.
126 vi. Ken Warner.
+ 127 vii. Clifford Warner.
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128 viii. John Warner.

86. Lucinda7 Warner (James Thomas6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2,
Hans1) was born 12 Jun 1837 in Ontario, Canada, and died 26 Jun 1923 in Washington Township, MI. She
married Thomas Lynch 1862 in Wellington Co., Ontario. He was born 04 Nov 1838 in St. Thomas, Ontario, and
died 20 Dec 1920 in Sanilac Co., Michigan.
Children of Lucinda Warner and Thomas Lynch are:
+ 129 i. James8 Lynch, born 20 Sep 1864 in Ontario; died 27 Jul 1922 in Port Huron, Michigan.
+ 130 ii. Ellen Lynch, born 17 Apr 1866; died 29 Jun 1924.
131 iii. Thomas William Lynch, born 11 Oct 1866.
132 iv. Sarah Elizabeth Lynch, born 06 Apr 1870.
+ 133 v. Lucinda Lynch, born 03 Mar 1872 in Ontario; died 14 Aug 1941 in Port Huron, Michigan.
134 vi. David Lynch, born 14 Aug 1874.
+ 135 vii. Martha Matilda Lynch, born 07 Mar 1877 in Capac Area, St. Clair, Michigan; died 01 Apr 1938 in
Sandusky, Michigan.
136 viii. Louisa Lynch, born 22 May 1879.

92. Harriet7 Warner (James Thomas6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2,
Hans1) was born 1854, and died 1919. She married John Burton. He was born 1854, and died 13 Jan 1936 in
Wales Twp., St. Clair Co., Michigan.
Children of Harriet Warner and John Burton are:
137 i. George F.8 Burton. He married Eva Morse.
138 ii. Archie Burton. He married Etheline Putnam.

98. Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr. (Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3,
Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) died 1924. He married (1) Rhoda Eleanor Snelling, daughter of Morris Snelling and
Martha Parkinson. She died 1897. He married (2) Charlotte Snelling, 27 April 1898, daughter of Morris Snelling and Martha Parkinson. She died 1934.
Notes for Charlotte Snelling:
Charlotte, called Lottie, was Rhoda's younger sister. After Rhoda died, Charlotte moved in to help care for the
children and later married Andrew.
Children of Andrew Jr. and Rhoda Snelling are:
+ 139 i. Amy Warner.
140 ii. Mildred Warner.
141 iii. Olive Warner.
142 iv. Hazel Warner.
+ 143 v. Wilfred Maurice Warner, born 1880.
+ 144 vi. Ethel Warner, born 1880.
145 vii. Herbert "Bert" Warner, born 1886.
+ 146 viii. Ida May Warner, born 1888 in Brantford, Ontario; died 06 Apr 1962 in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
+ 147 ix. Eleanor Warner, born 1895.
Children of Andrew Jr. and Charlotte Snelling are:
+ 148 ii. Charles Leslie Warner, born 1899.
+ 149 iii. Harold Paterson Warner, born 1906 in Cleveland, Ohio.








115. Brazilla B.7 Warner (Daniel6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2,
Hans1) was born 20 Jan 1852, and died 18 Jun 1889 in Hartford, Ontario, Canada. He married Emeranda S.
Foster 16 Oct 1872 in Hartford, Ontario, Canada. She was born 09 Jan 1854, and died 16 Mar 1916.
Notes for Brazilla B. Warner:
Per 1871 Ontario Census - Origin: Irish, Birthplace: Ontario. District Haldimand, Subdistrict: Walpole. Microfilm11 reel: C-9917.
Child of Brazilla Warner and Emeranda Foster is:
+ 151 i. James Herbert8 Warner, born 21 Dec 1875; died 14 Sep 1937 in Brantford, Ontario, Canada.







Generation No. 5

119. Franklin C.8 Warner (William7, William6, Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans
Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 30 Dec 1869, and died 09 Jan 1963. He married Elizabeth Kinnear. She was born
1872, and died 1959.
Children of Franklin Warner and Elizabeth Kinnear are:
152 i. Phillis9 Warner.
+ 153 ii. Genevieve Warner.
154 iii. Russel Warner, born 1896; died 1918.
127. Clifford8 Warner (Alonzo R.7, John6, Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2,
Hans1) He married Winnifred Emily Large.
Children of Clifford Warner and Winnifred Large are:
+ 155 i. Beverley Jane9 Warner.
156 ii. Earl Harvey Warner.
157 iii. John Milton Warner.

129. James8 Lynch (Lucinda7 Warner, James Thomas6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3,
Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 20 Sep 1864 in Ontario, and died 27 Jul 1922 in Port Huron, Michigan. He
married (1) Agnes Marilla Snyder 31 May 1885 in Watertown Township. She was born 27 Jun 1866 in St.
Clair, Michigan, and died 09 Feb 1909 in Port Huron, Michigan. He married (2) Nettie Myers 08 Apr 1910 in
Port Huron, Michigan. She was born 1853 in St. Clair, Michigan.
Children of James Lynch and Agnes Snyder are:
158 i. Clara Marilla9 Lynch, born 08 Apr 1886. She married Archie Bays; born 1888; died 1970.
159 ii. Edward J. Lynch, born 31 Mar 1889; died 06 Sep 1889.
+ 160 iii. Frank Varn Lynch, born 1899; died 1981.

130. Ellen8 Lynch (Lucinda7 Warner, James Thomas6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3,
Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 17 Apr 1866, and died 29 Jun 1924. She married George B. Backhouse 25 Dec 1882. He was born 20 May 1858 in Canada, and died 04 Jul 1892.
Children of Ellen Lynch and George Backhouse are:
+ 161 i. Thomas Henry9 Backus, born 24 Sep 1884 in Sanilac Co., Michigan; died 1975.
162 ii. Lela Jane Backus, born 03 Mar 1886. She married Thomas Hugh Childs 05 Jul 1919.
163 iii. Eva J. Backus, born 06 Nov 1887; died 16 Nov 1887.
164 iv. George Roy Backus, born 02 May 1891 in Watertown Twp.; died 15 Jun 1966 in Detroit area, Michigan.
He married Wilma O. Pierce Apr 1923.
165 v. Edna Ellen Backus, born 26 Oct 1892 in Watertown Twp.; died 24 Jan 1970. She married Ward Barnes
13 Apr 1914 in Watertown Township; born 01 Sep 1894 in Watertown Twp.; died 11 Jan 1966 in
Sarasota, Florida.

133. Lucinda8 Lynch (Lucinda7 Warner, James Thomas6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes
Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 03 Mar 1872 in Ontario, and died 14 Aug 1941 in Port Huron,
Michigan. She married Ernerst Albert Backhouse 26 Sep 1888. He was born 16 Feb 1865 in Elgin Co.,
Ontario, and died 27 Apr 1939 in Applegate, Michigan.
Children of Lucinda Lynch and Ernerst Backhouse are:
166 i. Martha Viletta9 Backus, born 1890; died 1890.
+ 167 ii. Clarence Gilbert Backus, born 29 Nov 1891; died 06 Mar 1958.
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168 iii. John Edward Backus, born 03 Feb 1893; died 30 Jul 1967. He married Olive Ambrose Pickell.
169 iv. Bertha Jane Backus, born 23 Mar 1896; died 02 Mar 1960 in Florida. She married Carl Ramsey.
170 v. Henry Izatus Backus, born 01 Aug 1898; died 29 Dec 1939.
171 vi. Howard Ronald Backus, born 27 May 1901; died 28 Jun 1969 in Drayton Plains area, Michigan.
172 vii. Dorcus Backus, born 10 Nov 1903; died 1982 in Florida.
173 viii. Albert Cecil Backus, born 27 Mar 1907; died 1978.

135. Martha Matilda8 Lynch (Lucinda7 Warner, James Thomas6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner,
Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 07 Mar 1877 in Capac Area, St. Clair, Michigan, and died 01 Apr 1938 in Sandusky, Michigan. She married James Henry Stone 01 May 1894 in Cornwell House, French Line. He was born 04 Nov 1866 in Seaforth, Huron Co., Ontario, and died 06 Mar 1956 in Sandusky, Michigan.
Children of Martha Lynch and James Stone are:
174 i. William Purl9 Stone, born 10 Jan 1896. He married (1) Elizabeth Kirkpatrick; born 17 Jan 1906; died 29
Mar 1983. He married (2) Valma Marie Miller 01 Jan 1924 in Methodist Parsonage, Sandusky; born 23
Nov 1903 in Sandusky, Michigan; died 25 Dec 1963 in Sandusky, Michigan.
175 ii. Thomas Lloyd Stone, born 12 May 1900 in Washington Township, MI; died 1982. He married Mary
Ellen O'Connell 1915 in Wm O'Connell Home, McGregor; born 25 Nov 1897 in Midland, Michigan;
died 05 Aug 1962 in Deckerville Hospital, Michigan.
+ 176 iii. Ruth Agnes Stone, born 08 Oct 1908 in Sandusky, Michigan; died 27 Apr 1988 in Port Huron,
Michigan.

139. Amy8 Warner (Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner,
Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married Elmer Barbar.
Children of Amy Warner and Elmer Barbar are:
+ 177 i. Winifred9 Barbar.
+ 178 ii. Elmer Barbar Jr..

143. Wilfred Maurice8 Warner (Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4
Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1880.
Child of Wilfred Maurice Warner is:
+ 179 i. Marjorie Gertrude9 Warner.

144. Ethel8 Warner (Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner,
Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1880. She married ? Strong.
Children of Ethel Warner and ? Strong are:
+ 180 i. Robert Warner9 Strong.
+ 181 ii. Herbert Strong.

146. Ida May8 Warner (Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner,
Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1888 in Brantford, Ontario, and died 06 Apr 1962 in
Kalamazoo, Michigan. She met Lloyd Randolph Dewitt Faling 1912, son of Abram Faling and Celia Loveland.
He was born 05 Feb 1875 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and died 28 Jul 1945 in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Notes for Ida May Warner:
Known as May, left high school in 1904 to care for her brother Bert who was sick with TB. I think she ran away
from home to marry Lloyd, as her family disapproved of him.

Notes for Lloyd Randolph Dewitt Faling:
Lloyd Randolph DeWitt Fayling saw service in the regular army, and in 1894 during the Chicago strikes served as special Deputy United States Marshal under Marshal Brinton, and commanded a squad of deputies under Colonel Nichols of the Thiel Detective Service, doing hard and effective service throughout the strike. Later he did secret service work in several of the States, among other things holding arguments with "moonshiners" through the medium of Winchesters. After participating in several filibustering expeditions to Cuba as War Correspondent, Lloyd entered the Secret Service of the Cuban Junta, with the rank of Lieutenant, but was soon transferred to the Line under the command of General Gomez, and for two years saw much hard fighting in the interior of Cuba 1896-97. He was twice captured by the Spaniards, the second time being confined in a Spanish prison until he was physically prostrated. When war was declared between the United States and Spain, Major Fayling regained his health, and though now free and holding a lucrative position in civil life, he raised, at his own expense, the first Volunteer company in Ohio that was offered from that State for service in the Spanish-American War with Spain, of which he was unanimously elected Captain for gallant service and later received the brevet-rank of Major. But, not being a part of the regular militia organization, the Company was not sent to the front, owing to political intrigue in the State. The Company spent the summer in hard drill and camp life, but saw no fighting.

For some months previous to the Galveston 1900 storm, Major Fayling had been the southern manager of a New York corporation, with offices at Galveston. He had become familiar with the city, and when the storm broke he not only knew what should be done, but had the training which qualified him to take the initiative in restoring order and protecting life and property. An account of his services in the work of rescue and that of maintaining order in the storm-stricken city is of historical value, and interesting because of its heroic character.  Official record states that Major Fayling was at Galveston, Texas, during the great hurricane and flood of Sept. 8, 1900; rescued 43 persons at the peril of his own life; took command of the city, under martial law, and restored and maintained law and order. He formed a battalion of the handful of survivors of Battery O, 1st U.S. Regular Artillery and Militiamen, whom he drafted into service, and was in absolute command of the city under martial law until relieved by the Adjutant-General of Texas, with the most of the National Guard of that State. 

The authorities approved of his work and he received the official thanks of the city of Galveston, through the
Mayor, who said officially, in a letter of thanks, that 'Major Fayling's work was the saving of the city.' Major
Fayling also received a gold medal, costing several hundred dollars, from citizens of Texas, inscribed "For
Bravery," (Note, this medal can be seen on my other family tree website.)
http://fayling.homestead.com/files/resumepage5.htm
http://fayling.homestead.com/files/heromedal.htm
Lloyd had one common law marriage to Dorothy - producing a daughter, Sylvia, born about January 1910.
His second marriage to Ida May Warner, daughter of Andrew Hall Warner Jr. and Rhoda Eleanor Snelling,
produced three children - Enid, Lloyd R. C., and Dione.
(Data on L.R.D. Fayling comes GALVESTON: The Horrors of a Stricken City, Written by: Murat Halstead, copyright, 1900 /  Foote History and Genealogy - page 173 and personal diary of Lloyd R. D. Fayling)
Good site to visit: AFTER THE STORM:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~barnette/after_the_storm.html

Children of Ida Warner and Lloyd Faling are:
+ 182 i. Enid Celia9 Fayling, born 1916.
+ 183 ii. Lloyd Randolph Clinton Fayling II, born 05 May 1917; died 08 Nov 1982 in Res: Kalamazoo, MI.
+ 184 iii. Dione Fayling, born 26 Nov 1922 in Minneapolis, MN.

147. Eleanor8 Warner (Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner,
Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1895. She married Paul Manger.
Children of Eleanor Warner and Paul Manger are:
185 i. Warren James9 Manger.
+ 186 ii. Marilyn Eleanor Manger.
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148. William Arthur8 Warner (Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4
Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) He married Cherie Eads.
Children of William Warner and Cherie Eads are:
187 i. William9 Warner. He married Nancy Bousquet.
188 ii. Patrick Andrew Warner. He married Dawn.
+ 189 iii. Tracy Anne Warner.

149. Charles Leslie8 Warner (Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4
Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1899. He married Helen Thamer.
Children of Charles Warner and Helen Thamer are:
190 i. Diane Clare9 Warner. She married Delbert Brown.
+ 191 ii. Lois Kay Warner.

150. Harold Paterson8 Warner (Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4
Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1906 in Cleveland, Ohio. He married Margaretha
Emma Anthony 1934.
Notes for Harold Paterson Warner:
After the Snellings moved there, the only one of his siblings and half siblings not born a Canadian citizen.
Children of Harold Warner and Margaretha Anthony are:
+ 192 i. Allan Harold9 Warner, born 1938.
+ 193 ii. Howard Paul Warner, born 1941.
194 iii. James Warner, born 1943.
195 iv. William Arthur Warner, born 1945.
196 v. John Warner, born 1949.

151. James Herbert8 Warner (Brazilla B.7, Daniel6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3,
Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 21 Dec 1875, and died 14 Sep 1937 in Brantford, Ontario, Canada. He married Sarah Henrietta Craig 06 Jun 1896. She was born 21 Jun 1876, and died 25 Jun 1962.
Children of James Warner and Sarah Craig are:
+ 197 i. Clifford Earle9 Warner, born 14 Jun 1897 in London, Ontario, Canada; died 03 Nov 1978 in Langley,
British Columbia, Canada.
198 ii. Clayton Ernest Warner, born 14 Jun 1897; died 08 Nov 1973.
199 iii. Chester B. Warner, born 07 Jun 1899; died Oct 1931.
Notes for Chester B. Warner:
Died in a Sawmill accident
+ 200 iv. Gordon Craig Warner, born 13 Sep 1901; died 12 Jul 1989.
+ 201 v. Joseph Herbert Warner, born 13 Mar 1903; died 21 Oct 1967.
+ 202 vi. Helen May Warner, born 12 Sep 1904; died 03 Jul 1988.
203 vii. Murray E. Warner, born 10 Nov 1906; died 21 Feb 1907.
204 viii. Blanche Edna Warner, born 17 Mar 1908; died 28 Apr 1960.

Generation No. 6

153. Genevieve9 Warner (Franklin C.8, William7, William6, Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes
Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married Joseph Reid.
Child of Genevieve Warner and Joseph Reid is:
205 i. Roy10 Reid. He married (1) Donna Shaffer. He married (2) Shirley Sawyer.

155. Beverley Jane9 Warner (Clifford8, Alonzo R.7, John6, Peter5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes
5, Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married Svend Riber Christensen. He was born 03 Mar 1923 in
Grindsted, Denmark, and died 1993 in Prince George, BC.
Children of Beverley Warner and Svend Christensen are:
+ 206 i. Jill Else10 Christensen.
+ 207 ii. Eric Clifford Riber Christensen.
208 iii. Suzanne Winnifred Christensen.
209 iv. Paul Riber Christensen.

160. Frank Varn9 Lynch (James8, Lucinda7 Warner, James Thomas6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner,
Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1899, and died 1981. He married Alzie A. Cronk. She was born 06 Apr 1897, and died 14 Jan 1968.
Child of Frank Lynch and Alzie Cronk is:
210 i. Carl James10 Lynch, born 10 Jan 1922 in Jackson, Michigan; died 30 Jun 1991 in Rogers, Arizona.

161. Thomas Henry9 Backus (Ellen8 Lynch, Lucinda7 Warner, James Thomas6, Matthew5, Christeyan4
Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 24 Sep 1884 in Sanilac Co., Michigan, and died
1975. He married Bertha Hilliaker 10 Apr 1906 in Watertown Township. She was born 1884, and died 1960.
Children of Thomas Backus and Bertha Hilliaker are:
211 i. Orval Lewellyn10 Backus, born 31 Dec 1908; died 1982.
212 ii. Stewart Backus, born 10 Aug 1919 in Sandusky, Michigan; died 1979 in Boyne City.

167. Clarence Gilbert9 Backus (Lucinda8 Lynch, Lucinda7 Warner, James Thomas6, Matthew5, Christeyan4
Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 29 Nov 1891, and died 06 Mar 1958. He married
(1) Ella Robishaw. She was born 1891, and died 1915. He married (2) Lavina G. Wedge. She was born 1895,
and died 1973.
Child of Clarence Backus and Ella Robishaw is:
213 i. Ruby Lucille10 Backus, born 1915; died 1920.
Child of Clarence Backus and Lavina Wedge is:
214 i. George E.10 Backus, born 1922; died 1927.

176. Ruth Agnes9 Stone (Martha Matilda8 Lynch, Lucinda7 Warner, James Thomas6, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 08 Oct 1908 in Sandusky, Michigan,and died 27 Apr 1988 in Port Huron, Michigan. She married Clifford Harold Hawes 23 Jun 1934 in Huron City, Michigan. He was born 13 Jul 1908 in Applegate, Michigan, and died 29 Nov 1992 in Deckerville,
Michigan.
Child of Ruth Stone and Clifford Hawes is:
215 i. Jan10 Hawes. She married Ronald Wallace.

177. Winifred9 Barbar (Amy8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married Jack Linderman.
Children of Winifred Barbar and Jack Linderman are:
216 i. Karen10 Linderman.
217 ii. Susan Linderman.

178. Elmer Barbar9 Jr. (Amy8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) He married Florence.
Child of Elmer Jr. and Florence is:
218 i. Allan10 Barbar.

179. Marjorie Gertrude9 Warner (Wilfred Maurice8, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner,
Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married Paul Labik.
Children of Marjorie Warner and Paul Labik are:
219 i. Son10 Labik.
220 ii. Sharon Jaqueline Labik.

180. Robert Warner9 Strong (Ethel8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) He married Katherine Kunz.
Children of Robert Strong and Katherine Kunz are:
221 i. Janet10 Strong. She married Sal Torres.
222 ii. Douglas Strong. He married Karen.

181. Herbert9 Strong (Ethel8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) He married Audrey Clark.
Children of Herbert Strong and Audrey Clark are:
223 i. Paul10 Strong.
+ 224 ii. Lesley Strong.

182. Enid Celia9 Fayling (Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1916. She married Eugene Smith Jun 1937. He was born 24 May 1910, and died 2001.
Notes for Eugene Smith:
Eugene "Smitty" Smith was the youngest of 5 children. He was raised by his Uncle Eugene Smith, also known as "Smitty" and Uncle Smitty's third wife. As a young man in the depression, he found his first job working for the Masonic Temple and lived in a boiler room. After getting married, he became a painter and home decorator, but his great love was music. He was known for his great voice and love for singing.
Children of Enid Fayling and Eugene Smith are:
+ 225 i. David Michael10 Smith, born 21 Feb 1944 in Highland Park, Michigan.
226 ii. Tina Marie Smith, born 08 Jun 1950; died 09 Jun 1965; Adopted child.
Notes for Tina Marie Smith:
Died from a Strep disease that attacked her kidneys. The cure was found, but not treated in the proper
doses and back then, they didn't have dialysis like they do now. The doctor actually had the right two
medications to fight the strep infection, but after a long battle and could not keep the kidneys functioning
long enough to clear it from her system. Poor Tina died a day after her 15th birthday.
183. Lloyd Randolph Clinton9 Fayling II (Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6
Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 05 May 1917, and died 08 Nov 1982 in Res: Kalamazoo, MI. He married Elza Ella Gostola 26 Jun 1938, daughter of Joseph
Gostola and Mary Horvath. She was born 05 May 1918 in Indiana.

Notes for Lloyd Randolph Clinton Fayling II:
After their marriage, Lloyd and Elza lived with Enid for a short time and was also offered a chance to go into
business with Glenn Faling.
He ended up working for Two Legs Pant Company (also known as Kalamazoo Pant Company), later known as
Redwood and Ross. Two Legs Pant Company sent him to Kalamazoo for a while, giving him one pair of pants
and one shirt, which Elza washed and pressed every night for work. Later, they transferred them to Ohio, where17 he joined the Ohio State Guard. The war broke out and he wanted to enlist. Elza didn't want him too, but Lloyd wanted to. They had one child, Sue, so Elza had to sign the exempt form, which was the law back then for a man to join the armed services, during times of conflict.
Elza took Lloyd's old job at Two Legs in Columbus, Ohio, leaving Sue with a private family, while she held the
position of manager at the clothing company. On one of her rare visits to see Lloyd in Hopkinsville, Kentucky,
during one of his two-day leave's, she got pregnant with Randy. She worked as long as she could, but then,
having to leave her job and having no other place to live, she returned home live with her mother. Lloyd came
home long enough to see "Randy" born. He came back once more when Randy was 3 weeks old, but didn't see Randy, only saw Elza before he was shipped out. Elza saw him once more in Pittsburgh, Penn., then didn't see him again for 2 1/2 years. He was promoted (through Officers Training - Louisville, KY). Lloyd received the highest honor in the class - 'honor man' immediate rank 2nd Lieutenant. Elza always regretted that she couldn't pin on his bars. All the other wives were allowed to pin the bars on their husband's uniforms, but for Lloyd, the general did the honor since he won the highest award. Overseas, Lloyd later awarded field promotions to 1st Lieutenant and then Captain. He went through the whole European theatre, staying in England a long time and later landing in France (losing over 4000 at Omaha Beach), He fought with Patton and ahead of many of main force. He helped developed the machinery to cut through the hedgerows, through Yugoslavia and many small countries before reaching Germany.
At the end of World War II, Lloyd decided to return to his goal of becoming a lawyer. He had been to Western
Michigan and Notre Dame before the war, so had to choose between a higher post, he was offered, if he stayed in the Army, or his former dream of a legal profession. He knew if he stayed in the Army, he'd get used to the money. So, using the G.I. Bill, he went back to school. Both he and Elza worked more than one job, lived in a basement apartment and struggled with their growing family as he worked to achieve his goal,
He received his Juris Doctor degree from University of Michigan.
In his later years, he served as a Federal Magistrate, involving federal land and preliminary examinations. He had his own private practice in Vicksburg, which was taken over by his daughter, Melanie after his death.
Children of Lloyd Fayling and Elza Gostola are:
+ 227 i. Sue Lynn10 Fayling, born 14 Nov 1940, died Nov 30, 2010
+ 228 ii. Lloyd Randolph Fayling III, born 1943 Indiana.
+ 229 iii. William Warner Fayling, Born 1948.
+ 230 iv. Valerie               Private
+ 231 v. Melanie              Private
+ 232 vi. Christopher        Private

184. Dione9 Fayling (Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 26 Nov 1922 in Minneapolis, MN. She married Richard Donald Miles 10 Feb 1941 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, son of Herbert Miles and Delia Reich. He was born 06 Aug 1921 in Amesbury, Massachusetts, and died 01 Jul 2003.

Notes for Dione Fayling:
Lived in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan since 1965. Previous to that, they lived in Highland Park, Michigan.

Notes for Richard Donald Miles:
Father was a congregational minister, coming from a long line of Congregational ministers. Paternal heritage:
Scots-Irish. His mother's family emigrated from Germany to the US.
OBITUARY
Richard Miles: He loved world travel, history, jazz
BY DAN SHINE
FREE PRESS STAFF WRITER
18 July 11, 2003
In 1959, Richard Miles and his wife, Dione, loaded up their seven children -- ages 9 months to 16 years old -- and headed to India for a year. Mr. Miles, a Wayne State University history professor, had a teaching assignment at Madras University as a Fulbright professor.
"It was quite a thing at that time," said his daughter, Margaret Miles. "There was press coverage of us when we were leaving. I remember a newspaper photo of us all lined up."The experience in India -- including meeting Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru -- has stayed with the Miles children, his daughter said. And her father, upon returning to Wayne State, took an interest in making foreign students feel comfortable.  The trip to India was a teaching highlight for Mr. Miles of Bloomfield Hills, who died July 1 at Henry Ford Hospital of a heart attack. He was 82.  He was born in Amesbury, Mass., and attended Kalamazoo College. During his senior year, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and served in Europe until the end of World War II.
He returned to Michigan and enrolled at the University of Michigan, first finishing a few classes to earn his
undergraduate degree at Kalamazoo and then a master's and a doctorate from U-M.  Mr. Miles began teaching history at Wayne State in 1948, specializing in early American history. His daughter said two of his favorite subjects were Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson.
He authored numerous articles and book reviews on early American history, served on the editorial board of
Wayne State University Press, was a member of the Organization of American Historians, the American
Historical Association, the Society for Historians of the Early Republic and the Friends of Benjamin Franklin.
He retired from Wayne State in 1987 but continued to give seminars on American history to foreign executives
working at U.S. companies.
In his spare time, Mr. Miles enjoyed camping and traveling -- journeying to such places as Egypt, Greece, Italy, France and England. He collected classical and jazz music. Benny Goodman, Harry James, Ramsey Lewis and Duke Ellington were some of his favorite artists, his daughter said.  He also liked to take photographs, many of which he developed in his own darkroom.  "We are coping right now with a huge number of family photos," his daughter said with a laugh.  Besides his wife and daughter, Mr. Miles is survived by daughters Julie Miles, Linda Coppens, Karen Voigts and Rebecca Miles; sons Jon and Michael; nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.  A private memorial service was held.
Copyright © 2003 Detroit Free Press Inc.

MEMORIAL
Biography
Dick Miles lived an interesting and satisfying life, full of family warmth, travel, music and intellectual pursuits.
His mother Delia Reich's family had emigrated from Germany before she was born, and lived for a while in a sod house in Nebraska. The family moved to Michigan, where Delia was born, and as a young woman Delia met and married Herbert A. Miles, a Congregationalist minister. According to family lore, the Miles branch of the family19 is rooted in early colonial America, mostly in Massachusetts and Maine. When Herbert and Delia Miles were living in Amesbury, Massachusetts, Richard Donald Miles was born on June 8, 1921.
When he was five years old, the family moved to western Michigan, first to Muskegon and then after a few years to Whitehall, a small town on Lake Michigan. The houses where he lived in both towns are still there, and during a recent visit, Dick could recall in detail the names and personalities of the neighbors. He was active in Boy Scouts and at age 12 was a patrol leader. He enjoyed his years in high school: newspaper clippings kept by his mother extol his athletic triumphs on the baseball diamond and basketball court. By practicing on uneven, homemade surfaces, he became a virtuoso table-tennis player. He played the clarinet and piano, and through the radio, developed a great interest in swing, jazz and classical music. He also had interesting summer jobs as a teenager, such as caddying in a golf course. He was president of his senior class and Valedictorian. Those were good years for him, and in recent years Dick was very pleased to attend occasional reunions of the Whitehall High School Class of 1939.
He won the top scholarship prize to Kalamazoo College in a regional competition. In the fall of 1939 he met the
love of his life, Dione Fayling, when they were both freshmen at Kalamazoo College. They met at a Halloween
party, and ever after celebrated the anniversary of their meeting, October 28th. He impressed her with an essay he wrote about a humorously failed sailing trip that he read aloud in a composition class. They used to get up at 5 am and play tennis before classes, and they went to all the college dances together. They became constant companions during college days, and were married in October of 1942. But the bombing of Pearl Harbor had interrupted everyone's lives, and like many men of his generation, Pearl Harbor instantly made him wish to enlist.
He joined the Army Air Force earlier in 1942, and managed to finish his course work by taking double course
loads before he was actually sent off to Europe. After basic training he was sent first to England as an Administrative NCO, with a special qualification in MM Rifle, and served initially with the Hq. 323 Bomb Group. In the course of the war he served in campaigns in Northern France generally, Normandy, Ardennes, the Rhineland, Central Europe and the Air Offensive Europe. He landed after D Day on "D Day + 17" as it was known then. He was discharged in October of 1945.
The G.I. Bill helped Dick return to school after the war. He entered the graduate program in the Department of
History at the University of Michigan, and earned a M.A. and Ph.D. Dick and Di lived with their three small
children (Julie, Linda and Karen) in a basement apartment in Ann Arbor. They had access to great live jazz and swing, and used to go out dancing in clubs in the area. Dick was quite interested in philosophy and took a minor in it for his degree. Initially he was interested in Latin American History as a specialty, but then became
fascinated with early America, and the impact of Benjamin Franklin in particular. He wrote his dissertation on the image of Benjamin Franklin (completed 1949). His mentor was Prof. Verner Crane.
Dick accepted a teaching position at Wayne State University in 1948, and that would be his academic home for the future. Wayne's History department was an exciting place to be then, as Dick recalls in the chapter he
contributed to Reminiscences of Wayne (ed. Henry V. Bohn and Paul J. Pentecost, Ann Arbor, 2000). With the returning veterans, academia generally was booming, but also the faculty already there–Raymond Miller, William Harbison, William Bossenbrook, Sidney Glazer, Al Kelly and Rolf Johannesen–set a high tone and made the department congenial and stimulating. Dick enjoyed the students and the experience of seeing them "wake up" to new realms of knowledge and become exhilarated by history and philosophy and just being in school.
At first the family lived at 887 Calvert in Detroit, but after their fourth child Margie was born, Dick and Di
looked around for a larger place, and bought a wonderful old Victorian house at 50 Tuxedo in Highland Park.
The house had a large yard on two sides (it was actually a triple lot) with gingko, cherry, chestnut and pine trees. There was plenty of space for flower and vegetable gardens, and swings and a playhouse in the backyard. In a few years three more children were born (Becky, Jon and Michael) so now the house held nine.
This was the ideal place for a growing family. There was space in the basement for a workshop and photo lab for Dick, and plenty of bedrooms on the second floor. One of the remarkable characteristics of Dick was that he could take on any sort of household project, be it woodworking, laying insulation, painting, fixing, plumbing, etc. and do it. This was a good thing since a house built in 1885 requires a lot of maintenance and repair. Eventually he converted part of the attic into more bedroom space and a study. The two living rooms were furnished in cool beige and Danish modern furniture (bookcases made by Dick, curtains by Di), all very chic and on the cutting edge of the 1950s, a style that is back in fashion now. They gave lots of parties and in the summer, big picnics in the backyard.
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It was in the 1950s that the family began taking camping trips, quite a production for Dick and Di with so many
children. We enjoyed swimming in Duck Lake near Whitehall, and campfires in the dunes of Lake Michigan,
where Dick grew up, Brighton Lake nearby home and the Pinery in Canada. We also visited sites of historical
importance in the northeast, such as Fort Ticonderoga, Boston and Williamsburg. All this is well-documented by a large number of excellent photographs and slides taken by Dick, who was an avid photographer. He was
interested in the aesthetic and technical aspects of photography, and of course its historical value too.
For the year 1959-60, Dick won a Fulbright professorship to India, where he taught American History at Madras University. He flew to Bombay to start work early, and Di took the freighter Jaladruv with the seven children from New York through the Suez Canal to Pakistan and then to Bombay to join Dick. The family was based in Madras, at 31 Cathedral Road. An American couple, both dancers of Bharatanatyam, lived on the upper floor of this large, sprawling, colonial-style house, and we came to enjoy the sounds of their practicing and the jangle of their ankle bracelets: Indian rhythms were pounded into our lives. The house was wrapped around a central outdoor courtyard–a perfect and safe place for small children to play. The four eldest attended school in Madras. 
We have many photos and some movies taken by Dick of religious ceremonies, construction sites, school
festivals, ordinary traffic and special events in India. Dick and Di traveled to Assam, and the whole family to
Bangalore and New Delhi, where we met Prime Minister Jawaharlar Nehru. While Dick gave lectures on
American history, Di took courses on Indian mythology and history.
When the year was up, the family traveled first to Germany, where they picked up a VW microbus (ever in the
"vanguard," this was some years before this vehicle became a hippiemobile) and camped through Germany,
Switzerland, France, Italy and Spain. In France and Germany, they visited some of the places where Dick had
fought in WWII. The time in India and Europe had a major impact on the children, especially the older ones, and helped instill a love of travel in everyone.
Back on the campus of WSU, Dick was immersed in teaching and was a co-founder of a new interdisciplinary
program in American Studies. He also took a special interest in making foreign students feel comfortable in the U.S., and offered lectures on American society and the history of American social values to foreign students in the College of Nursing. At Wayne as on other campuses, the period of the later 1960s was one of turbulence, strikes, controversy over the Vietnam War, assassinations, and in Detroit, racial riots. Some people might remember this as a happy time, but it probably was not for Dick.
The family by now had a well-established tradition of camping trips every summer and with the older ones now
married and leading lives of their own, Dick and Di continued to take the younger ones on fun trips to the Pinery, Wisconsin, and national parks in Maine and upper New York. In 1965 the family left the beloved house at 50 Tuxedo and moved to Bloomfield Hills, where they hoped for a better school system. The new house on Forest Lane did also have a great, huge yard with a "forest" in the front and a meadow in the back. There was room in the back for a good-sized softball diamond, a horseshoe pit and a huge garden. Dick converted part of a small stable into a study. Dick and Di transplanted cuttings of lilacs, pussy willows and forsythias from the yard of 50 Tuxedo, giving visual continuity from the older home.
Dick's skills as a Boy Scout became manifest again when he took sons Jon and Michael on outings with first Cub Scouts and Indian Guides, then Boy Scouts. He was one of the few fathers not to swamp a canoe during canoe trips, thanks to his excellent navigation in the water. For a while they had an extensive set of small-scale trains set up in the garage, complete with landscaping and model villages. We also learned to play table-tennis and pool and held family competitions.
By the late 1970s and 1980s with the children fairly well grown up, it became possible for Dick and Di to travel
to Europe–they were especially free after they retired, Di from the Walter Reuther Archives at Wayne and Dick
from the Wayne's History Department. They visited Greece, including Athens, Delphi and Dodona (the site of the oracle of Dione), and later Greece again (an extended visit to the island Crete). They went to Italy twice, first to Rome and Etruscan sites and then in another year to Sicily. Southern France and Carcassonne were also a favorite destination, and one year they rented a car and drove up to England as well. For Di's 75th birthday, they took a trip to Egypt that included a cruise up the Nile river, and even Philai, the sanctuary of Isis beyond the Aswan Dam.
They also enjoyed anniversary trips to jazz festivals at the Grand Hotel on Mackinaw Island. Dick photographed the musicians while they were playing, people such as Dave Brubeck, Pete Fountain and Ramsey Lewis. Dick's 21 love of swing, jazz and classical music was lifelong, and earlier he had photographed Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington in performances. Dick and Di were ardent attenders and supporters of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera in Detroit and especially the Stratford Festival in Stratford, Ontario.
Another pleasure was traveling to visit with grown children and grandchildren. Dick and Di had nine
grandchildren: Marty and Alina, Lynn and Cynthia, Jessica and Ben, Tabitha and Michael, and Lena. They now
have ten great-grandchildren: Eve and Nina; Xavier; Robin, Dione and Raphael; Elysabeth, Bronwyn and
Koshka; Lillie.
The stacks of books by his bedside left when he died attest to the wide range of Dick's interests. Among them is the Mozart Companion, a Harvard dictionary of music, recent biographies of John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Chopin, Haydn and Isaac Stern, a book on the early history of gun ownership in the U.S., a book on Cleopatra and one on India, Kenneth Clark's Civilization, Lance Armstrong's autobiography and Garrison Keillor's Pretty Good Joke Book. Some were gifts from his children for his most recent birthday and Father's Day. We loved him dearly and he is greatly missed.
Submitted by Margaret M. Miles
Children of Dione Fayling and Richard Miles are:
+ 233 i. Julia Sheryl10 Miles, born private in Jonesboro, AK.
+ 234 ii. Linda Jeanne Miles, born private in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
+ 235 iii. Karen Elizabeth Miles, private in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
236 iv. Margaret Melanie Miles, born private in Detroit, Michigan.
+ 237 v. Rebecca Jane Miles, born private in Detroit, Michigan.
238 vi. Jonathan Richard Miles, born private in Detroit, Michigan. He married Deb Rodriguez Sep 1999
in Poway, California.
+ 239 vii. Michael Thomas Miles, born private.

186. Marilyn Eleanor9 Manger (Eleanor8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner,
Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married William Avery.
Children of Marilyn Manger and William Avery are:
240 i. Sandra10 Avery.
241 ii. Andrew Avery.

189. Tracy Anne9 Warner (William Arthur8, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married Michael Mansfield.
Children of Tracy Warner and Michael Mansfield are:
242 i. Dustin Anthony10 Mansfield.
243 ii. Aaron Mitchell Mansfield.

191. Lois Kay9 Warner (Charles Leslie8, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married Eddie Winto.
Child of Lois Warner and Eddie Winto is:
244 i. Eddie10 Winto.

192. Allan Harold9 Warner (Harold Paterson8, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1938. He married Sally Marie Neva.
Children of Allan Warner and Sally Neva are:
+ 245 i. Mary Susan10 Warner.
+ 246 ii. Henry Paul Warner.

193. Howard Paul9 Warner (Harold Paterson8, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 1941. He married Judith Raush.
Children of Howard Warner and Judith Raush are:
247 i. Richard Adan10 Warner. He married Michelle.
248 ii. Geoffrey David Warner. He married Bonnie.
249 iii. Susan Elizabeth Warner.

197. Clifford Earle9 Warner (James Herbert8, Brazilla B.7, Daniel6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner,
Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 14 Jun 1897 in London, Ontario, Canada, and died 03 Nov 1978 in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. He married (1) Mary Kathleen English. He married (2) Mildred
Marie Howey 01 Jul 1916, daughter of William Howey and Emily Goold. She was born 06 May 1897 in
Vanessa, Ontario, Canada, and died 30 Jan 1982 in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada.
Notes for Clifford Earle Warner:
Member of the R.C.M.P.
Children of Clifford Warner and Mildred Howey are:
+ 250 i. William Clifford10 Warner, born 28 Apr 1920 in Brantford, Ontario, Canada.
251 ii. Ray Edward Warner, born 02 May 1922.
Notes for Ray Edward Warner:
Killed in action - WWII
+ 252 iii. Murray Chester Warner, born 06 Apr 1929 in Flinton, Ontario, Canada; died 08 Jan 1990 in Terrace,
British Columbia, Canada.

200. Gordon Craig9 Warner (James Herbert8, Brazilla B.7, Daniel6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner,
Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 13 Sep 1901, and died 12 Jul 1989.
Child of Gordon Craig Warner is:
253 i. Gordon Craig10 Warner.

201. Joseph Herbert9 Warner (James Herbert8, Brazilla B.7, Daniel6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner,
Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 13 Mar 1903, and died 21 Oct 1967. He married Marie M.
Child of Joseph Warner and Marie ??? is:
254 i. Edythe10 Warner.

202. Helen May9 Warner (James Herbert8, Brazilla B.7, Daniel6, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes
Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 12 Sep 1904, and died 03 Jul 1988. She married Unk. M. Spicer.
Children of Helen Warner and Unk. Spicer are:
255 i. Chester Allen10 Spicer.
256 ii. Jean H. Spicer.

Generation No. 7

206. Jill Else10 Christensen (Beverley Jane9 Warner, Clifford8, Alonzo R.7, John6, Peter5, Christeyan4
Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married David Zielke.
Children of Jill Christensen and David Zielke are:
257 i. Laura Jane11 Zielke.
258 ii. Anna Marie Zielke.
259 iii. Sarah Dawn Zielke.

207. Eric Clifford Riber10 Christensen (Beverley Jane9 Warner, Clifford8, Alonzo R.7, John6, Peter5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) He married Melanie Timbury.
Child of Eric Christensen and Melanie Timbury is:
260 i. Marissa11 Christensen.

224. Lesley10 Strong (Herbert9, Ethel8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married Davis Russell.
Children of Lesley Strong and Davis Russell are:
261 i. Beth11 Russell.
262 ii. Davis Russell Jr..
+ 263 iii. James Russell.

225. David Michael10 Smith (Enid Celia9 Fayling, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew
Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 21 Feb 1944
in Highland Park, Michigan. He married Elizabeth Josephine Bridget Ryan 14 Aug 1971 in Trinity Episcopal,
Marshal, Michigan, daughter of Francis Ryan and Lois Halton. She was born 01 Feb 1944 in Rockford, Illinois.
Children of David Smith and Elizabeth Ryan are:
264 i.  private
265 ii. private

227. Sue Lynn10 Fayling (Lloyd Randolph Clinton9, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew
Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) Died on Tuesday morning, November 30, 2010, at her home in Portage with her family by her side, following a brief illness. Sue was born on November 14, 1940 in Delton, MI and was the daughter of Elza and Lloyd Randolph Fayling. Sue was the epitome of the modern generation. Her amazing creativity, brilliant intellect, grace, courage and determination were an inspiration to all who were fortunate enough to have known her. Surviving are her three children and former husband, Richard Fosmoen.
Children of Sue Fayling and Richard Fosmoen are:
266 i. private.
+ 267 ii. private.
+ 268 iii. private.

228. Lloyd Randolph10 Fayling III (Lloyd Randolph Clinton9, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr.,
Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born private in South Bend, Indiana. He married (1) Hazel Belle Lashua 1962 in BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN,
daughter of William Lashua and Louise Wymer. She was born private. He married (2) Nora Lee Couch
Sep 1983 in FLINT, MICHIGAN. He married (3) Leslie Colleen Cummings private in Las Vegas,
Nevada, daughter of Donald Cummings and Audrey Slaterline. She was born private in Saginaw,
Michigan.
Notes for Lloyd Randolph Fayling III:
'Randy' is the son of Lloyd Randolph Clinton and Elza (Gostola) Fayling II. He has two brothers and three sisters in the Augusta, Michigan and Kalamazoo, Michigan area. After growing up in the Augusta, Michigan area, Randy joined the Kalamazoo Police Department in 1964. Two years later, he enlisted with Michigan State Police, December 11, 1966, completing their recruit school before moving his young family to Houghton Lake, Michigan. His second assignment with the State Police was at the Romeo Post, which lasted from 1969 through 1972.  Randy was promoted to Sergeant at the Flint State Police post in March, 1972, and soon after, dedicated himself to establishing the first central dispatch center in Michigan. In 1979, Lloyd took a promotion to run Lansing's Dispatch Center at Headquarters, but one year later, returned to Genesee County's Central Dispatch. He developed the first 40 hour Telecommunicator Training Course in Michigan. He became a National APCO certified instructor at Delta College and served on the Governor's task force for the development of 24 Telecommunications. Soon after his promotion to Lieutenant, Randy became known as Lloyd to everyone but his family.
Lloyd serves on Michigan's Emergency Telephone Service Committee (ETSC), as a Senate appointment, he
chairs the Emerging Technology Committee and Legislation Action Subcommittee and was past Vice President of the Michigan 911 Directors Association. He was chairman of the State Training Conference for the Association of Public Safety Communications, Michigan Chapter (APCO) and has also served as President of Michigan's Association of Public-Safety Communications Association. Michigan's APCO has recognized Lloyd in past years as Telecommunicator of the Year, Director of the Year and then awarded him with a Life Membership achievement, to recognize his dedication and achievements done on behalf of 9-1-1.
His list of recognitions included a myriad of State, National and International awards presented to a man who
obviously loves his job.
On October 21, 1995, Lloyd retired as a State Police Lieutenant - Director of 9-1-1 and returned the next Monday as a civilian, still the Director of 9-1-1, but run insteam as an employee of Genesee County 9-1-1 Consortium.  In Genesee County, he has been a member of the Medical Control Board, Police Chiefs Association, and the Fire Chiefs Association. Over the years, Lloyd's dedication has proven itself over and over again at work. His family also knows that he is even MORE dedicated to them. He is an example hard to follow, but his example has left an indelible print in all our hearts.

Notes for Leslie Colleen Cummings:
Graduated from Midland High School in 1973, and received an Associates in Accounting from Baker Junior
College in 1986. Later, after returning to her education, she received two Bachelor degrees from Southern
California University, October 1996 - one in Business Administration Management and the other in Applied
Computer Science.
Leslie began her career working for her father at his Optometric business, learning to do many jobs within his
practice, including adjusting glasses, changing the prescription of contact lenses and a myriad of office duties,
including bookkeeping skills. After moving to Texas, she began working for Arby's Roast Beef Restaurants and
continued working for them when she and her first husband, David Mayo, moved on to Myrtle Beach, Carolina.
The two of them used their skills of training and management to train new employees and management two of the restaurants on Kings Hwy in Myrtle Beach. Eventually, they both retired and returned to Michigan. Leslie
managed a Sunshine Food Store for a while before going to work for Mead Containers in Flint.
Unfortunately, the economy was such that Mead closed down just short of Leslie being able to graduate on their college program. But it was good in that she was able to get her Civil Service exam passed and get hired just before the hiring freeze in 1980. Leslie was hired for a seasonal bookkeeping position at Michigan School for the Deaf, December 1980. Every Summer, she was laid off without benefit of unemployment but with benefit of her medical insurance. Five years later, an opening and interview came up, followed by a job offer. In April
1985, Leslie transferred to the Michigan State Police as a emergency dispatcher (before 9-1-1 was active).
Leslie's husband died while she was working as an emergency dispatcher (March 21, 1986). After the death of
her first husband, she found the work too stressful and transferred again to the State Police Headquarters,
Criminal Investigation Division, Technical Services Section, working as their office manager. There she
advanced her computer skills, taking many classes available through the State of Michigan.
Eventually, she made one last transfer to the Department of Social Services in Flint, where she was supervisor
over their bookkeeping staff. The Social Services division had a free education provision if homework wasn't
done at work and if the employees attained a 3.0 point or better average. Though employees still had to incur
some cost, most was paid by the State. Leslie took advantage of this benefit and finally finished her education.
She had already finished her Associates degree in Accounting at Baker College back in 1985, receiving her
diploma in 1986. It took from 1995 to 1996 to finish her classes and get two more degrees. Though internet
classes are very popular now, Southern California University was a front-runner of internet studies.
Leslie graduated AND retired in 1996 and turned her interest to writing, genealogy, gardening, and family.
Though retired from the State of Michigan, she continued to be guardian and conservator for her Grand Uncle and Aunt until 2000 and 2002. Leslie also continued to do bookkeeping for her father until he sold his business in 2004. Leslie's real retirement didn't commence until after the estate was settled for her Grand Uncle and Aunt and until her brother, Dave Cummings took over all the bookkeeping dealings for their father.
Leslie's main goal is to write her family's history, complete with photos.

Children of Lloyd Fayling and Hazel Lashua are:
269 i. Private
270 ii. Private.
Child of Lloyd Fayling and Nora Couch is:
271 i. Private

229. William Warner10 Fayling (Lloyd Randolph Clinton9, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr.,
Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born private. He married Jerry Whitney, daughter of Ottis Whitney and Fairy Casteel. She was born private.
Children of William Fayling and Jerry Whitney are:
+ 272 i. Private
+ 273 ii. Private
+ 274 iii. Private

230. Valerie   PRIVATE (Lloyd Randolph Clinton9, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr.,
Andrew Hall6 Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1)
Child of Valerie Fayling and Robert Claspell is:
+ 275 i. PRIVATE

231. Melanie
276 i. Private

232. Christopher
277 i. Private

233. Julia Sheryl10 Miles (Dione9 Fayling, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6
Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born private in Jonesboro, AK. She married Frank Wattenberg private
Notes for Julia Sheryl Miles:
Julia was born in Jonesboro, AK, when her father was training to go overseas.
Children of Julia Miles and Frank Wattenberg are:
+ 278 i. private.
+ 279 ii. private

234. Linda Jeanne10 Miles (Dione9 Fayling, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6
Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born private in
Kalamazoo, Michigan. She married (1) Daniel DeBol Dec 1964. He was born private. She married (2)
Alan B. Coppens 01 Dec 1994 in Pacific Grove, California. He was born 1936.
Notes for Linda Jeanne Miles: Born in Kalamazoo, MI while her father was overseas in France. Her mother was living with her parents at the time, then found an apartment in Kalamazoo. Linda wrote her first book while living in Black Mt. NC. She is now retired from one career and writing full-time in Indiana.
Children of Linda Miles and Daniel DeBol are:
+ 280 i. private.
+ 281 ii. private.

Children of Linda Miles and Alan Coppens are:
+ 282 i. private Stepchild.
283 ii. private; Stepchild.

235. Karen Elizabeth10 Miles (Dione9 Fayling, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6
Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born private in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She married Thomas Donald Voigts private in Benton Harbor, Michigan. He was born private
Notes for Karen Elizabeth Miles:
After the war, her father (on the G I bill, possibly) went back to college at the Univ. of Michigan to complete
undergraduate work and do doctoral work. Her mother also returned to complete undergraduate degree, double
major in history and journalism. That's why Karen was born in Ann Arbor.
Karen now lives in Allegan, Michigan, on a farm with her husband, Tom.
Children of Karen Miles and Thomas Voigts are:
+ 284 i. private.
285 ii. private.

237. Rebecca Jane10 Miles (Dione9 Fayling, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6
Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born private in Detroit, Michigan. She married Tommie Guttery 1977. He was born private.
Children of Rebecca Miles and Tommie Guttery are:
+ 286 i. private.
287 ii. private.

239. Michael Thomas10 Miles (Dione9 Fayling, Ida May8 Warner, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6
Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born private. He married Laura Livrone private.
Child of Michael Miles and Laura Livrone is:
288 i. Private




245. Mary Susan10 Warner (Allan Harold9, Harold Paterson8, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6
Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) She married Steven Strunk.
Children of Mary Warner and Steven Strunk are:
289 i. private.
290 ii. private.
291 iii. private.

246. Henry Paul10 Warner (Allan Harold9, Harold Paterson8, Andrew Hall Warner7 Jr., Andrew Hall6
Warner, Matthew5, Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) He married Christina Kron.
Children of Henry Warner and Christina Kron are:
292 i. private.
293 ii. private.




250. William Clifford10 Warner (Clifford Earle9, James Herbert8, Brazilla B.7, Daniel6, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 28 Apr 1920 in Brantford, Ontario,
Canada. He married (1) Margaret Alexandra Clarke. He married (2) Shirley (Davidson) Hefler. She was
born in Nova Scotia, Canada, and died Abt. 1970. He married (3) Louise Linquist.
Notes for Shirley (Davidson) Hefler:  (Note from Bruce Warner - 'My mother Shirley, was born as Shirley Davidson, however was adopted very young to the Hefler family.  I'm not too sure if she had ever changed her name to Hefler, but when I was born, she used that name with vital statistics. Her first marriage was to a man, possibly named Russell, and they had three children together. Her children from her first marriage are Theresa, Greg and Steve.) They, as well as Shirley were all born in Nova Scotia, Canada.  Shirley was killed when her son, Bruce, was only ten years old.
Children of William Warner and Margaret Clarke are:
+ 294 i. Larry Carmen11 Warner, born private in Edson, Alberta, Canada.
295 ii. Carol Colleen Warner, born private.
296 iii. Allen E. Warner Warner, born private.
301 i. Linda 11 Warner.
Children of William Warner and Shirley Hefler are:
+ 297 i. Heather Marie11 Warner, born private in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
+ 298 ii. Bruce Edward Warner, born private in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada.
+ 299 iii. William Hardy Warner, born private.
300 iv. Donald Lee Warner, born private.

252. Murray Chester10 Warner (Clifford Earle9, James Herbert8, Brazilla B.7, Daniel6, Matthew5,
Christeyan4 Wanner, Johannes Michael3, Hans Ludwig2, Hans1) was born 06 Apr 1929 in Flinton, Ontario,
Canada, and died 08 Jan 1990 in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada. He married Martha Delphine Johnston 28
Dec 1950. She was born 07 May 1931 in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada.
Notes for Murray Chester Warner:
Murray was a man of all trades: Logger, Cat Skinner, Truck, bus and taxi driver - fisherman, mechanic, fireman, hunting guide - husband, grampa, and poppa. He was very proud of his family and their accomplishments. He once bragged that his eight kids were his best assets! He had a stubborn streak, but had a heart of gold, and generosity for friends and family that made up for the difference.  There wasn't anyone who went hungry or homeless when he was around. He adopted and raised more than his own eight children over the years. One of his greatest loves was gardening. He loved to watch everything grow and then harvest it. He was also one of the best butchers we knew. He was always there to help anyone butcher meat and wrap for them. He often smoked people's fish for them and told moose and fish stories for entertainment to make the wrapping less tedious. He liked to drive his 2-wheel drive car like a 4-wheeler.
He could have made great Ford commercials!  He liked to play pool and cards, chat with anyone who would listen and drank too much, thereby talking too much at times, as well. But whether he was drinking or sober, if you really listened to him, some of his stories he told you, made a lot of sense. He was a very intelligent person. He loved to to sit and watch wildlife programs, go for snoozes and shared all the good and bad times with his family and friends. He never lost his cool under pressure and if anyone needed help, he'd be the first one to lend a hand.  The best description of Murray is all in his favorite song called, "Wasn't that a Party?" He was also adopted into the Haida Tribe at Skidigate, Q.C.I., his Haida name was "GUNGINAAY" which pronounced (Goon-gi-nung) known as "always crying."
Children of Murray Warner and Martha Johnston are:
+ 302 i. Brenda Marie11 Warner, born private in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
+ 303 ii. Ruth Ann Warner, born private in Terrace, British Columbia, Canada.
+ 304 iii. Murray Alvin Warner, born private in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
+ 305 iv. Mervin Albert Warner, born private in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
+ 306 v. Ray Edward Warner, born private.
+ 307 vi. Debra Rose Warner, born private in Terrace, B.C. Canada.
+ 308 vii. David Earl Warner, born private in Terrace, B.C. Canada.
309 viii. Della Louise Warner, born private.


Walpole Farm  - broader view
Hartford, Ontario, Canada
Ruth Warner Jamieson wrote:
Hartford Cemetery. This was my 3rd great grandmother. She married Peter Cunningham after Daniel's death. She is the daughter of Evert and Elizabeth VanHorn.
Ruth Warner Jamieson took this picture and wrote:
Hartford Cemetery. Interesting lighting, I think they were happy to see us. This was my 2nd great grandfather.
Emeranda Foster Warner, married to Brazilla Warner
Though I don't have him listing in my tree - Harvey D. Warner was Brazilla and Emmeranda's son. He owned the Walpole Farm. After his death his widow sold it out of the family.   The house is located not far from the cemetery. (Hartford, Ontario)
Mount Hope Cemetery, Brantford, Ontario. These are my great grandparents - Ruth Warner Jamieson.
Clifford Earle Warner Born June 14 1897 (Above)

Murrayville Cemetery, Langley, British Columbia . This was my grandfather twin to Clayton. - Ruth Warner Jamieson.

Clayton Ernest Warner Born June 14 1897 (Below)
Peter Warner
Michael Warner
Andrew Hall Warner Jr. and daughter Ida May (Warner) Fayling
Rhoda Eleanor Snelling
Amy Warner
James Herbert and Sarah Henrietta (Craig) Warner
Sarah Henrietta (Craig) Warner
Clifford Warner
Clifford Earl Warner and Mildred Marie Howey Wedding
Clayton Ernest Warner - twin to Clifford
Walpole Farm - Warner Family Posing in Front
Christian Warner Jrs house
1889   Wilfred Maurice Warner  1899
Ethel Warner
Ida May Warner 1889
Herbert "Bert"
1889  Warner 1899
Eleanor Warner
William Clifford Warner and 3rd wife, Louise (Linquist) Warner.
Martha Delphine "Dell" (Johnston) and Murray Chester Warner
Jan (Hawes) and Ronald Wallace - 2002
Lloyd and Elza Fayling - wedding day - above
Elza and Lloyd with son Lloyd III, graduation from Michigan State Police Academy - below.
Gathering of Warner Clan in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada - 2002
Ruth Warner Jamieson; Leslie and Lloyd "Randy" Fayling, Bruce Warner and Cheryl Starr; Jan and Ronald Wallace
Julia Sheryl (Miles) Wattenberg
Linda Miles Coppens
Ben, Tom, Cynthia (wife of Ben), Karen, Jessica (wife of Ed) Edwin Forteau and little Lillie Forteau- Voigts Family - 2006
Rebecca Jane Miles
Michael Miles and Laura Livrone
David Michael Smith
Fayling Siblings - 2006 - William, Val, Sue, Lloyd - Back Row
Chris and Melanie - Sitting in Front
Jonathan Richard Miles
Murray Warner's family gathered to celebrate Delphine's 70th Birthday Party.  Ruth Warner Jamieson - second from Left.
Margaret "Margie" Melanie Miles
Dione Fayling
Richard Donald Miles
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WERTZ FAMILY TREE
1st Generation:

Johannes Conrad Wurtz
Birth 30 November 1706 in Zurich, Switzerland
Death Living
Death 21 September 1763 in York, York, Pennsylvania, USA  married to
Anna Katherina Goetschius daughter of Mauritius Goetschius 1686 – 1735 
Birth 12 Aug 1711 in Berneck, Zurich, Switzerland
Death in York, York, Pennsylvania, United States
1735 29 May, Arrival in Philadelphia, PA, Aboard the ship Mercury of London sailing from Rotterdam

Children of Johannes and Anna Wurtz

George Wurtz
Maurice Wurtz
Peter Wurtz
Anna Maria Magdalena Wurtz 1735 – 
Conrad Wurtz 1739 – 1767
John Wurtz 1744 – 1793

2nd Generation:

Conrad Wurtz
Birth 1739 in Philadelphia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, United States
Death 23 Oct 1767 in Roxbury, Morris, New Jersey, United States married
Anna Waldorff daughter of Anthony Waldorf 1704 – 1777 and Maria Gertraud Kil 1702 – 1768
Birth 1735 in Knowlton, Warren, New Jersey, United States
Death 23 Jun 1830 in Morris, Morris, New Jersey, United States 

Children of Conrad and Anna Wurtz
John Wertz 1766 – 1855
Charity Wurts 1768 – 1799
 
3rd Generation:

John Wertz
Birth 9 January 1766 in New Jersey, USA
Death 5 June 1855 in Markham Township, York, Ontario, Canada 

1. John Wurts, of Markham Tp., York Co., Upper Canada (now Ontario), b. 9 Jan. 1766,[24] d. 5 June 1855, aged 89 years, 5 months, and buried “in a small plot on his homestead farm” on lot 13, concession 10, Markham Tp.[25] He m. (1) by 1788,[26] Catherine Westbrook,[27] who d. between Sept. 1801 and Nov. 1803.[28] He m. (2) between July 1808 and June 1809,[29] as her second husband, Barbara (Brook) Marr, b. ca. 1782-83 in Pennsylvania, d. 1861-71, presumably in Markham Tp., and buried “in an unmarked grave on the original Wurts property” in Markham,[30] widow of John Marr of Markham Tp.[31] (by whom she had previous issue),[32] and a sister of Peter Brook, who was a member of her household in 1803.[33] The garbled statement in the 1941 Tool genealogy that he m. (3) Clarissa Brooks seemingly combines the maiden surname of his second wife with the first name of their youngest daughter, and is clearly impossible given that he was survived by his second wife.[34]
   The 1941 Tool genealogy claims that John Wurts was born in Pennsylvania, and Wheeler suggests that John Wurts’ first six children were “probably born [in] Pennsylvania,” without stating her reason for this inference.[35] However, there is direct contemporary evidence that his children Abraham (1791), Maurice (1798), and Landon (1799) were born in New Jersey. Sources generally state his family’s ethnicity as German, although the term tends to be employed very loosely in nineteenth-century records, often embracing Swiss and other nationalities.
   When we first encounter John Wurts in Canada, it is at Thorold Tp., Welland County. On 5 Oct. 1801, according to Wheeler, “John Wurts of Thorold petitioned the Crown for a grant of land in Markham ‘on Yonge Street,’ and described his situation thus: he had come into the Province April last with a wife and seven children and he had one yoke of oxen, three cows, some hogs, and farming utensils.”[36]
   His application was only partly successful: he did not receive land on the desirable Yonge Street tract, but by an Order-in-Council dated 17 Oct. 1801 (when his address is given as Stamford Tp.), he was given a free grant of lot 13 in the 10th concession of Markham Tp., near the future site of the village of Belford (now Locust Hill).[37] According to one account, he came with Abraham Mohr and John Marr (whose widow he later married), and arrived in Markham township on 2 May 1802,[38] and it is under date of 1802 that he is listed, as “John Warts,” in the so-called Domesday Book of York County.[39] On his land he built a stone house.[40] He appears as a widower with his first family of seven children in the “Berczy census” of 1803.[41] He appears as “John Wourtz” at this locality on a Crown Deed map completed by 1809.[42] According to the Sparks manuscript, “Old Mr. Worts … gave the east hundred to his son Abram and the west to Alandon [sic], Joel [who] died, Clarisa [Turner] and Barbara Forster.”[43] A map of 1854 shows all of the lot in the possession of his son Elias, except for the far eastern quarter which had been sold to a Joseph McNelly.[44]
   In the meantime, John Wurts took out in 1806 a lease from the Crown of the neighboring lot 12,[45] which he must have kept up for some time, as a directory of 1837 places him there instead of on his original lot.[46] According to the Sparks manuscript, “Old Mr. Worts… bought the east hundred & sold the west hundred to Old John Reesor for a yoke of oxen.” A map of 1854 shows Elias Wurts on the east half and a member of the Reesor family on the west half.[47]
   He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Markham, the minutes of which in Sept. 1821 note the next meeting would be held “at Mr. John Wurts’s.”[48] “John Wurtz” appears in a list of names of Reformers who voted for William Lyon Mackenzie in 1832,[49] and in another list of persons attending a public meeting in his support held in Markham Tp. in early 1834.[50] In the first of these lists a “Frederick Wurtz,” otherwise unknown, appears with him, and in the second he is accompanied by his son Joel. In 1833 he witnesses a sale of land by his step-daughters, Polly (Marr) Wixon and Bethena (Marr) Hamilton.[51] In 1846 he, his son Elias, and his son-in-law William Forster were witnesses to land sales by his stepson John Marr (Jr.).[52]
   It is possible that the present John Wurts is the man of this name who by 1846 purchased land in lot 4, concession 3 W.H.S. (i.e. West of Hurontario Street) of Chinguacousy Tp., Peel Co., adjacent to that of his son Maurice.[53] If so, he probably never had any intention of living there.
   It seems clear that by 1846 our John Wurts had turned the farming operations over to his son Elias, for a directory of that year lists the latter as the owner of the property (lot 13),[54] and a map compiled in 1853-54 as the owner of most of the lot, though the eastern quarter of the lot had by then passed into other hands.[55] At the time of the 1852 census, which gives no occupation for him and states that he was of no religion, his married son Elias and his married daughters Barbara (Wurts) Forster and Clarissa (Wurts) Turner and their respective families were all living on his farm.[56]
   A descendant, Elwood Wurts, has kindly supplied the following information about John Wurts’ farm and grave:

His gravestone still exists and is clearly legible on the farm which he homesteaded in 1802 (Lot 13, Con. 10, just east of the present town of Markham, Ont). The grave-site is co-located with several other as yet unidentified graves a short distance south of the farmyard and may actually be located on Lot 12, which records indicate John acquired in 1806. The gravestone is currently laying down and was until recently covered with a layer of debris; since, the site has become over-grown with trees. The inscription on the gravestone reads: “John Wurts, died June 5, 1855, 89 years, 5 months.” The site has been surveyed and the town of Markham is in the process of acquiring the property. It is hoped that these memorials can be rehabilitated … in the near future. The farm-yard also contains and old stone house, which reportedly was built for the Wurts family. This house has been maintained in good condition by the John [Lawrence] Pike family, who live on the farm. The house is currently occupied by Fred Pike, one of the family’s sons.
   For further information on John Wurts’s second wife relating to the period prior to their marriage, consult Wheeler’s Marr genealogy. About 1858, she or John’s children sold the Wurts farm “at $120.00 per acre” to John Pike, grandfather of the present John Lawrence Pike, mentioned above.[57] In the 1861 census she is called “Barbara Wourts,” widow, and her religion is given as Baptist.[58] Living with her was her daughter Barbara (Wurts) Forster, and the latter’s sisters-in-law.

Excerpt from The Wurts Family website - http://library.uwinnipeg.ca/people/Dobson/genealogy/ff/wurts.cfm

married  (1st wife)
Barbara Brook  (no parent information)
Birth abt 1782 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
      Children of John and Barbara Wertz
      
Jess Wertz 1810 – 
Jacob Wertz 1812 – 
Joel Wertz 1817 – 
Elias H Wertz 1821 – 
Barbara Wertz 1824 – 
Clarissa Brook Wertz 1826 –

married (2nd wife)
      Catherine Westbrook (no parent information)
Birth abt 1767 in Pennsylvania, USA
Death abt 1801 
      Children of John and Catherine Wertz
  
Nancy Wertz 1789 – 
Abraham Wertz 1791 – 
Mary Wertz 1794 – 
Catherine Wertz 1796 – 1845
Maurice John Wertz 1798 – 1881
Landon J Wertz 1799 – 1866
Elizabeth Wertz 1801 – 1852


4th Generation:

Maurice John Wertz
Birth 31 Mar 1798 in New Jersey, USA
Death 25 Oct 1881 in Artemesia, Grey East, Ontario 
married

Phoebe Warner
Birth 17 Nov 1797 in Niagara, Lincoln, Ontario
Death 26 Sept 1878 in Chinguacousy, Peel, Ontario 

Children of Maurice and Phoebe Wertz:

1) Jemima Wertz
Birth abt 1824 in Peel, Ontario
Death 28 Dec 1898 in Chinguacousy, Peel, Ontario

married
James Patterson Hutton 1821 – 1901

Children of James and Jemima Hutton
Mary Jane Hutton 1847 – 
Alexander C Hutton 1849 – 
Phoebe Augusta Hutton 1851 – 
Letitia Elizabeth Hutton 1853 – 
James O Hutton 1855 – 
John Hutton 1858 – 
Ralph Hutton 1860 –

2)
Joel Wertz
Birth 15 June 1833 in Ontario
Death 31 Aug 1904 in Chinguacousy, Peel County, Ontario 


3)  Catherine Margaret Wertz
Birth 25 Apr 1837 in Chinguacousy, Halton, Ontario
Death 4 Feb 1908 in Glen Williams, Esquesing, Ontario 

married  Benajah Williams
Birth 29 Dec 1832 in Esquesing, Halton, Ontario
Children of Benajah and Catherine Williams

Delilah Theresa Williams 1863 – 1921
Joel Williams 1865 – 
Clara E Williams 1866 – 
Maurice Williams 1867 – 
Elizabeth Jane Williams 1870 – 1934
Lorenzo James Williams 1872 – 
Phoebe Williams 1874 – 
Allan Cooper Williams 1876 – 
Eleanor Melissa Williams 1878 – 1933

5th Generation:

Joel Wertz
Birth 15 June 1833 in Ontario
Death 31 Aug 1904 in Chinguacousy, Peel County, Ontario 

Married  Lydia Monck Barton  (no information on her parents)
Birth 17 Mar 1837 in Canada West
Children of Joel and Lydia Wertz

John Wertz 1860 – 
Augusta Wertz 1866 – 
Ernest Wertz 1873 – 
Frederick Alexander Wertz 1877 – 1910
Effie Grace Wertz 1878 –

6th Generation:

Frederick Alexander Wertz
Birth 9 May 1877 in Artemesia, Grey East, Ontario, Canada
Death 21 Sept 1910
married October 8, 1901

Marguerite F Armstrong

Jemima Wertz Hutton