Bio: Warner, Henry 'Hank' (1874 - 1944)
Contact: Claudia Dotta Barnes
Email: barnes.claudia@gmail.com

Surnames: Warner, Tilford, Barnes, Richmond, Krokson, Gallow, Melzer, Shoemaker, Creig

----Source: Family Records,

Henry "Hank" Warner (3 Mar 1874 - 30 Jul 1944)

I noticed on the Greenwood Cemetery listing that I believe was referred to my husband, Warner H. Barnes grandfather, Henry 'Hank' Warner being the son of Lovina Richardson and Mark B. Warner which is correct and his grandfather died July 30, 1944 and I believe was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery. He definitely was not a doctor. From what I gather he was a woodsman and trapper. Someone in the family was a medical doctor, but can not recall his name or death at the moment. Norma Tilford would have better information than I. I found this with the 00-B056-1A. So much appreciate all of the information and research many have done. Claudia Dotta Barnes

*Henry "Hank" Warner was born in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, 3 Mar 1874, the son of Lovina Richardson and Mark Bronson Warner.  He died 30 July 1944 in Park Falls, Wisconsin.

BioM: Varney, Louisa A. (1899)

Wisconsin Marriage Records

Henry Warner
Birthplace: Black River Falls, Jackson Co.
Spouse's Name: Louisa A. Varney
Spouse's Birthplace: Warner
Event Date: 30 Apr 1899
Event Place: Warner, Clark, Wisconsin
Father's Name: Mark B. Warner
Mother's Name: Lovina Warner
Spouse's Father's Name: Hiram M. Varney
Spouse's Mother's Name: Cynthia E. Varney
Race: White
Spouse's Race: White

1917-1918 World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards

Henry Warner

Height: Tall

Build: Medium

Eyes: Blue

Hair: Light
Occupation: Stock Buyer for John Stanton, Greenwood, Clark, Wisconsin
Event Place: Clark County, Wisconsin, United States
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 03 Mar 1874
Birthplace: , , United States
Nationality: United States

Nearest Relative: Dave Warner, Westborro, Taylor, Wisconsin

Certified by Adolph Schwarze, 12 Sep 1918 (Local Board for Clark Co., Wis.)

1880 Federal Census, Warner, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, pg. 479

Henry Warner, white single, American male
Father's Name: M. B. Warner
Father's Birthplace: Ohio, United States
Mother's Name: Levina Warner
Mother's Birthplace: Illinois, United States

Household Members
Self M. B. Warner M 56 Ohio, United States
Wife Levina Warner F 41 Illinois, United States
Son Leroy R. Warner M 20 Wisconsin, United States
Son David Warner M 18 Wisconsin, United States
Son George Warner M 16 Wisconsin, United States
Daughter Gertrude Warner F 9 Wisconsin, United States
Son Henry Warner M 6 Wisconsin, United States

1900 Federal Census, ED 31 Warner & Mead township, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, Pg. 6, Family 113

Henry Warner, white male

Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 1
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1899
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's Birthplace: Illinois

Household Members
Head Henry Warner M 26 (Mar 1874) Wisconsin
Wife Louisa Warner F 25 (Apr 1875) Wisconsin; parents b. Maine; mother of 1 living child
Daughter Doris Warner F 1 (Dec 1899) Wisconsin

1910 Federal Census, Greenwood, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, District: 23, Family 137

Henry Warner, white married male
Father's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother's Birthplace: Illinois

Household Members
Head Henry Warner M 36 Wisconsin
Wife Lulu Warner F 35 Wisconsin
Daughter Doris Warner F 10 Wisconsin
Daughter Marjorie Warner F 6 Wisconsin
Servant Florence Richmond F 17 Wisconsin
Boarder Axel Krokson M 33 Wisconsin
Boarder Victor Krokson M 30 Wisconsin
Boarder Aug Gallow M 53 Wisconsin
Boarder Herman Melzer M 49 Wisconsin
Boarder Carl Shoemaker M 25 Wisconsin

1930 Federal Census, Greenwood, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, Family 133, Line 68

Henry Warner, white married male
Father's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother's Birthplace: Illinois

Household Members
Head Henry Warner M 56 Wisconsin
Wife Susan Warner F 48 Wisconsin
Stepdaughter Eleanor Creig F 17 Wisconsin

 

 


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