John Warner: Birth: ABT 1696.
Page: p. 244
Page: Listed in husbands will
Title: Francis X. Wynn, firstname.lastname@example.org Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834 WARNER, ANN. Co. of Philadelphia. Widow. 11 mo. 23, 1746/7. October 17, 1754. K.206 Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania, Vol I-III, John W. Jordan,LLD., Pub. Clearfield, 1911 Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1819, E: 42 Isaac Warner, Blockley, Co. of Philadelphia. Yeoman, dated Apr. 6, 1727-8, proved May 6/1727 "Welcome Passengers, Doubtful, Claimed and Disproved" Vol. II, 1970, George McCracken "A Warner Family Narrative" By Hayward Dare Warner, Denver 1971 "A Warner Family Narrative" By Hayward Dare Warner, Denver 1971 "The House of Cravens" Ruth H. McConathy, Published privately - Charlottesville, VA 1972 "A Warner Family Narrative" By Hayward Dare Warner, Denver 1971
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Note: Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834 WARNER, ANN. Co. of Philadelphia. Widow. 11 mo. 23, 1746/7. October 17, 1754. K.206. Children: William, John, Isaac, Ann (Wynne), Mary, Esther, Hannah and Anne. Exec: Son-in-law, Richard George of Philadelphia. Witnesses: Hugh Evans, Edward William. All I have is the same conflict: That is where I stopped typing from the LDS file as I saw we were in trouble with this generation for sure my original citation: dau of Isaac Warner and Anne Craven, per LDS Ancestral file These were the first electronic files, that first cd collection sent to all the FHLibraries in 1992. I no longer have my printouts, don't know if Karen has hers yet... but there were so few good documents cited it may not be worth the effort to retrace those steps. I have not tried to resolve the conflicting data (remember the Church librarians as a committee took the data submitted by various members...often themselves committees... and did the best they could) Now they realize it was a sad mistake to take on faith what contributors sent without documentation. (this file gives me three different fathers for my Jeremiah Stover... and none of the "suggestions" can be proved) I assumed the Warner Craven conflict could eventually be resolved by looking at the Quaker records which were so good for their times.... and cited often for the Wynns, but I've since learned the Warners were not Quakers- so the conflict was not a misinterpretation of those records. Mr. Sloan will need to toss the 1992 files and conduct a new search, or find more researchers... is there a Warner-L on rootsweb??? if so, I'll bet they've got something going toward correcting this... after all, Wynn researchers are not the only people who see the LDS version of Isaac WARNER! Sorry I'd not spent more time on this myself... Naomi 11/29/99 Francis X. Wynn, 1800 S. Waterhole Canyon, Pahrump, NV. 89048 775-727-7382, email@example.com
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