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by Ralph F. Warner,R. David Warner Sr.

eBook An American Family: The Warners of Philadelphia download ISBN: 1450210635
Author: Ralph F. Warner,R. David Warner Sr.
Publisher: iUniverse (June 14, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 408
ePub: 1701 kb
Fb2: 1935 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

An American Family" is about the Warner family of Philadelphia's Blockley Township.

An American Family" is about the Warner family of Philadelphia's Blockley Township. R. David Warner S. the author, is qualified to write this book because he and his father are the twelfth and thirteenth generation of a family which settled on the shores of the Schuylkill River five years before William Penn laid out the city. Before his death in 1992, the author's fath "An American Family" is about the Warner family of Philadelphia's Blockley Township

An American Family" is about the Warner family of Philadelphia's Blockley Township. Before his death in 1992, the author's father wrote a series of letters containing the stories told to him as a child in the early twentieth century

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An American Family is about the Warner family of Philadelphia's Blockley Township.

Warner, Ralph . Warner, R. David (2010). An American Family: The Warners of Philadelphia. a b Brown, Margaret L. (1937). Mr. and Mrs. William Bingham of Philadelphia: Rulers of the Republican Court. New York City: Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 61. p. 311. ^ Wright, Robert E. "Thomas Wllling (1731-1821): Phiadelphia Fnancier and Forgoten Founding Father".

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The Warners of Philadelphia by Ralph F. Warner & R. David Warner, Sr. published by iUniverse, in. NY & Bloomington, IN. 9/7/2010.

Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Ralph Warner on MyHeritage, the world's family . Ralph C WARNER was born on month day 1915, at birth place, Pennsylvania, to David Elmer WARNER and Lillie Belle WARNER (born STRAWBRIDGE)

Explore historical records and family tree profiles about Ralph Warner on MyHeritage, the world's family history network. Ralph C WARNER was born on month day 1915, at birth place, Pennsylvania, to David Elmer WARNER and Lillie Belle WARNER (born STRAWBRIDGE). David was born on September 19 1873, in Cherrytree, Venango, Pennsylvania, United States. Lillie was born on December 17 1875, in Cherrytree Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania, USA. Ralph had 10 siblings: Leonard Leslie WARNER, Myrtle E WARNER and 8 other siblings.

An American Family is about the Warner family of Philadelphia's Blockley Township. R. David Warner Sr., the author, is qualified to write this book because he and his father are the twelfth and thirteenth generation of a family which settled on the shores of the Schuylkill River five years before William Penn laid out the city. Before his death in 1992, the author's father wrote a series of letters containing the stories told to him as a child in the early twentieth century. He researched the public records of both the Historical Societies and the Quaker Meetinghouse to build upon the actual accounts of his family members. He spent the last twenty years of his life collecting this historical information.

In the mid-nineteenth century, the author's great-grandfather began building on the names and facts about family members. The information he gathered was also used to write this book. Actual letters written from the foxholes of the civil war are typical of the documents used to complete this book. Our past can only be retrieved from what we remember and from the historical records that have been kept. Without memories and without records, we have no personal history!

Comments: (2)
watchman
For anyone descended from the original Warners of Philadelphia, this book is a must have. While it is valuable to all of us who are descendants, it is most helpful to those whose direct line has been most heavily researched and reported on. The book is well written and very interesting and informative even if our direct line is not the one most heavily covered in the book.
Nto
I was aware of the Warner family but from the Baltimore silver connections. Very happy to put the Philadelphia relatives together.