Minnie Elizabeth Warren

#299, b. 26 April 1909, d. 30 January 1991
Last Edited=31 Dec 2014
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*George Allen Warren b. 16 Aug 1884, d. 7 May 1967
Mother*Alice Clarissa Jackson b. 20 Mar 1878, d. 12 Oct 1969


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth26 April 1909Minnie Elizabeth Warren was born on 26 April 1909 at Blanchard, Bonner, Idaho, United States.
She was the daughter of George Allen Warren and Alice Clarissa Jackson.
Marriage4 June 1928Minnie Elizabeth Warren married Viktor Wilhelminia Franz (Victor William Franklin) Klement, son of Antone Klement and Maria (Mary) Stehno, on 4 June 1928 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, United States.
Death30 January 1991Minnie died on 30 January 1991 at Los Angeles County, California, United States, at age 81.1

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census191011 May 1910Minnie was enumerated as the daughter of George Allen Warren on the 1910 United States Census in Spirit Valley, Bonner, Idaho. Minnie was 1 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Alice Clarissa Jackson.2
Census19206 January 1920Minnie was enumerated as the daughter of George Allen Warren on the 1920 United States Census in Johnson, Pend Oreille, Washington. Minnie was 10 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Alice Clarissa Jackson and Kathryn Emoline Warren.3
Census19307 April 1930Minnie was enumerated as the wife of Viktor Wilhelminia Franz (Victor William Franklin) Klement on the 1930 United States Census in Addy, Stevens, Washington. Minnie was 20 years old.

Also residing in the same household were David Victor Klement, Edwin Archie Klement and Antone Klement.4
Census194010 April 1940Minnie was enumerated as the wife of Viktor Wilhelminia Franz (Victor William Franklin) Klement on the 1940 United States Census residing at Maple Wood Road in Gig Harbor, Pierce, Washington. Minnie was 30 years old.

Also residing in the same household were David Victor Klement, Edwin Archie Klement, Alice Marie Klement and Helen Marie Klement.5

Children of Minnie Elizabeth Warren and Viktor Wilhelminia Franz (Victor William Franklin) Klement

Citations

  1. [S225] California Death Index (1940-1997).
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1910 US Census.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.
  4. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.
  5. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1940 US Census.

Moosh-Aince Warren

#322
Last Edited=24 Mar 2010
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*William Vincent Tyler Warren b. 20 May 1848, d. Apr 1900
Mother*Mah-Nah-ish-Tah-nish (No Surname)


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
BirthMoosh-Aince Warren was born.
She was the daughter of William Vincent Tyler Warren and Mah-Nah-ish-Tah-nish (No Surname).
DeathMoosh-Aince died.

Myrna G. Warren

#6284, b. 12 March 1934
Last Edited=20 Apr 2015
Relationship
4th cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman Marcus Warren b. 28 Oct 1909, d. 15 Aug 1994
Mother*Verna M. La Chapelle b. 12 Aug 1914


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth12 March 1934Myrna G. Warren was born on 12 March 1934 at Becker County, Minnesota, United States.1
She is the daughter of Lyman Marcus Warren and Verna M. La Chapelle.

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census194010 April 1940Myrna was enumerated as the daughter of Lyman Marcus Warren on the 1940 United States Census in White Earth, Becker, Minnesota. Myrna was 6 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Verna M. La Chapelle.2

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, U.S., Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940, White Earth Reservation, 1 Apr 1934.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1940 US Census.

Nancy A. Warren

#6282, b. 1929
Last Edited=29 Apr 2015
Relationship
4th cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Clifford Michael Warren b. 15 Jan 1908, d. 25 Sep 1976
Mother*Dora Ann McDougall b. 9 Feb 1905, d. 3 Oct 1982


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EventDateDetails
Birth1929Nancy A. Warren was born in 1929 at White Earth Reservation, Minnesota, United States.1
She is the daughter of Clifford Michael Warren and Dora Ann McDougall.

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census193023 April 1930Nancy was enumerated as the granddaughter of Franklin Benjamin Warren on the 1930 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Marceline Louzon (Luzon), Ruth L. Warren, Lyman Marcus Warren, Richard Adrian Warren, Dorothy Warren, Sophia Warren, Clifford Michael Warren, Dora Ann McDougall and George C. Warren.2

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, U.S., Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940, White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Nancy Beaumont Warren

#34, b. 19 September 1825, d. 4 July 1887
Last Edited=6 Feb 2018
Relationship
2nd great-grandmother of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Truman Abraham Warren b. 12 Mar 1800, d. 21 Jul 1825
Mother*Charlotte Cadotte b. 28 Jun 1805, d. 22 Mar 1887


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EventDateDetails
Birth19 September 1825Nancy Beaumont Warren was born on 19 September 1825 at La Pointe, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States.
She was the daughter of Truman Abraham Warren and Charlotte Cadotte.
Baptism22 July 1829Nancy Beaumont Warren was baptized on 22 July 1829 at Saint Ann's Church, Mackinac Island, Mackinac, Michigan, United States.
MarriageApril 1852She married John Thomas Stillwell (Stilwell) in April 1852 in Swan River, Morrison, Minnesota, United States.
Death4 July 1887Nancy died on 4 July 1887 at home, Little Falls, Morrison, Minnesota, United States, at age 61.1,2
Cause of Death4 July 1887She died of consumption.1
Burial6 July 1887She was buried on 6 July 1887 in Oakland Cemetery at Little Falls, Morrison, Minnesota.3
Obituary5 July 1887Obituary of Nancy Beaumont Warren
Little Falls Transcript, Little Falls, MN, July 8, 1887

STILLWELL-At her home in the village of Little Falls, Minn., on Monday, July 4, 1887, at 4 o'clock p.m. of consumption, Nancy, wife of J.T. Stillwell, aged 58 years.

The deceased had been in gradually failing health for more than a year, and her death was not expected. The close of her life was very peaceful. She retained consciousness to the last, saying to those about here that she was ready and willing to die, and with loving words to the grief stricken family gently passed away.

She leaves a husband and three children, George W. and Mary A. of this place, and Mrs. Walter Tallant of Larimore, Dakota Territory who were all with her during her last hours.

She came to Little Falls in 1859, being one of the oldest settlers of this place, and well known throughout the community. Kind to the sick and needy, sympathetic to the afflicted, and charitable toward all, many without the broken family circle will feel the loss of a loving friend.

She was a devoted member of the Episcopal church, and the funeral service on Wednesday morning, were conducted by the rector, Rev. L.C. Birch. A large congregation was present to pay the final tribute to her memory.

BiographyMay 1988The following is a short biography of Nancy Beaumont Warren with information provided by Theresa Schenck, 132 Brook Valley Road, Towaco, NJ 07082 (May 1988)

From what I can piece together from unpublished documents, Nancy Warren was raised by her aunt and uncle, Lyman Marcus Warren and Mary Cadotte, as well as by her mother Charlotte Cadotte Warren and her stepfather, James Ermatinger. In 1838 Lyman and Mary moved from La Pointe to Chippewa City, Wisconsin, where he had been appointed sub-agent for the Indians who lived in the vicinity. This is about five miles north of Chippewa Falls. James Ermatinger and Charlotte probably moved to Vermilion Falls, now Jim Falls, about the same time. In 1835 the four Warren boys ( Edward and George - Truman and Charlotte's sons and William and Truman - Lyman and Mary's sons) were taken to Clarkson, N.Y. by their Warren grandfather (Lyman Warren) to be educated. Edward and George (twins) were 12, William was 10 and Truman was 8.

In 1838 Mary Cadotte Warren took her neice Nancy Beaumont Warren, and her own daughters to Clarkson to visit their grandfather and brothers. Nancy stayed until 1843 (age 18) and attended school at Clarkson Academy. The two older Warren girls, Julia and Charlotte, also stayed.

After her return from New York, Nancy probably went to live at La Pointe, Wisconsin where her uncle Lyman Warren returned after the death of his wife in 1843. The Warren girls returned to Wisconsin in 1844 and seemed to have lived the the Dr. Borup family where they attended school with his children. In 1848 Julia (age 16) and Nancy Beaumont (age 23) cousins, went to the Chippewa River to visit Jim and Charlotte Ermatinger (Nancy's mother and stepfather). Lyman Warren (her uncle) had died in 1847 at La Pointe, and Nancy's brother Edward had died in 1849 (age 26) in a hunting accident. It seems that the girls stayed with the Ermatingers for a while. About 1850 the Warren girls followed their brother William Whipple Warren to Minnesota. (Note: The Minnesota Territorial Census of 1850 shows Charlotte and Sophia living at Fort Gaines, now called Fort Ripley in Morrison County.

William Whipple Warren with wife Matilda Aitken and children Alfred A., Cordelia H. and William V. living at Gull Lake on 10th September. After 1850 Nancy Beaumont moved to Minnesota and was living with her cousin Julia in Swan River in 1852. Julia had just married Duncan Stuart. Sophia was now there too, and Charlotte, the other sister was in St Paul. Nancy probably married John Thomas Stilwell about this time. John Stilwell was a carpenter from New York. In the 1850 census he was shown living in the Sauk Rapids District - probably Swan River. He worked at his trade there and ran the busy hotel there. Later they moved to Little Falls where Mary Alice Stilwell was born in 1864. Nancy died in 1887 in Little Falls and is buried in the Oakland Cemetery next to her husband and infant child Emily A.

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
CensusMN1 June 1865Nancy was enumerated as the wife of John Thomas Stillwell (Stilwell) on the 1865 Minnesota Census in Little Falls, Morrison, Minnesota. Nancy was 39 years old.

Also residing in the same household were George Washington Stillwell, Sara Jane (Jennie) Stillwell, Emily A. Stillwell and Mary Alice (May) Stillwell.4
Census18702 June 1870She was listed as a member of John's household in the 1870 U.S. Census taken 2 June 1870 at Little Falls, Morrison, Minnesota, United States.5
CensusMN1 May 1875Nancy was enumerated as the wife of John Thomas Stillwell (Stilwell) on the 1875 Minnesota Census in Little Falls, Morrison, Minnesota. Nancy was 49 years old.

Also residing in the same household were George Washington Stillwell, Sara Jane (Jennie) Stillwell, Emily A. Stillwell and Mary Alice (May) Stillwell.6
Census188026 June 1880Nancy was enumerated as the wife of John Thomas Stillwell (Stilwell) on the 1880 United States Census in Little Falls, Morrison, Minnesota. Nancy was 54 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Mary Alice (May) Stillwell.7
CensusMN14 May 1885Nancy was enumerated as the wife of John Thomas Stillwell (Stilwell) on the 1885 Minnesota Census in Little Falls, Morrison, Minnesota. Nancy was 59 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Mary Alice (May) Stillwell.8

Children of Nancy Beaumont Warren and John Thomas Stillwell (Stilwell)

Citations

  1. [S47] Little Falls Transcript, 8 July 1887.
  2. [S98] Death Records, Morrison Co., MN, Book A, Page 251, Line 1.
  3. [S290] Obituary or Monument Inscription.
  4. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1865 Minnesota State Census.
  5. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1870 US Census.
  6. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1875 Minnesota Census.
  7. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1880 US Census.
  8. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1885 Minnesota Census.

Nancy Beaumont Warren

#50, b. 10 June 1802, d. 18 March 1856
Last Edited=22 Oct 1997
Relationship
3rd great-grandaunt of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman B. Warren b. 25 May 1771, d. 9 Dec 1862
Mother*Mercy Whipple b. 30 May 1770, d. 4 Oct 1813


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth10 June 1802Nancy Beaumont Warren was born on 10 June 1802.
She was the daughter of Lyman B. Warren and Mercy Whipple.
Death18 March 1856Nancy died on 18 March 1856 at age 53.

Neioma Warren

#6274, b. circa 1906
Last Edited=12 Jun 2008
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Franklin Benjamin Warren b. c 1859
Mother*Marceline Louzon (Luzon) b. c 1871


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EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1906Neioma Warren was born circa 1906 at Minnesota, United States.
She was the daughter of Franklin Benjamin Warren and Marceline Louzon (Luzon).

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census192024 January 1920Neioma was enumerated as the daughter of Franklin Benjamin Warren on the 1920 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Marceline Louzon (Luzon), Dorothy Warren, Edward Lyman Warren, John James Warren, Ruth L. Warren, Clifford Michael Warren, Lyman Marcus Warren, Richard Adrian Warren, Sophia Warren, George Warren and Mary (Maria) Cadotte Warren.1

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.

Norman Lafayette Warren

#48, b. 8 December 1797, d. 7 May 1802
Last Edited=21 Oct 1994
Relationship
3rd great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman B. Warren b. 25 May 1771, d. 9 Dec 1862
Mother*Mercy Whipple b. 30 May 1770, d. 4 Oct 1813


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth8 December 1797Norman Lafayette Warren was born on 8 December 1797.
He was the son of Lyman B. Warren and Mercy Whipple.
Death7 May 1802Norman died on 7 May 1802 at age 4.

Richard Adrian Warren

#6277, b. 27 November 1911, d. 22 January 1976
Last Edited=12 Jun 2008
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Franklin Benjamin Warren b. c 1859
Mother*Marceline Louzon (Luzon) b. c 1871


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth27 November 1911Richard Adrian Warren was born on 27 November 1911 at Minnesota, United States.1
He was the son of Franklin Benjamin Warren and Marceline Louzon (Luzon).
Death22 January 1976Richard died on 22 January 1976 at Becker County, Minnesota, United States, at age 64.1

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census192024 January 1920Richard was enumerated as the son of Franklin Benjamin Warren on the 1920 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota. Richard was 8 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Marceline Louzon (Luzon), Dorothy Warren, Edward Lyman Warren, John James Warren, Ruth L. Warren, Neioma Warren, Clifford Michael Warren, Lyman Marcus Warren, Sophia Warren, George Warren and Mary (Maria) Cadotte Warren.2
Census193023 April 1930Richard was enumerated as the son of Franklin Benjamin Warren on the 1930 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota. Richard was 18 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Marceline Louzon (Luzon), Ruth L. Warren, Lyman Marcus Warren, Dorothy Warren, Sophia Warren, Clifford Michael Warren, Dora Ann McDougall, Nancy A. Warren and George C. Warren.3

Citations

  1. [S218] Minnesota Death Index (1908-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Ruth L. Warren

#6273, b. circa 1905
Last Edited=12 Jun 2008
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Franklin Benjamin Warren b. c 1859
Mother*Marceline Louzon (Luzon) b. c 1871


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1905Ruth L. Warren was born circa 1905 at Minnesota, United States.
She was the daughter of Franklin Benjamin Warren and Marceline Louzon (Luzon).

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census192024 January 1920Ruth was enumerated as the daughter of Franklin Benjamin Warren on the 1920 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Marceline Louzon (Luzon), Dorothy Warren, Edward Lyman Warren, John James Warren, Neioma Warren, Clifford Michael Warren, Lyman Marcus Warren, Richard Adrian Warren, Sophia Warren, George Warren and Mary (Maria) Cadotte Warren.1
Census193023 April 1930Ruth was enumerated as the daughter of Franklin Benjamin Warren on the 1930 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Marceline Louzon (Luzon), Lyman Marcus Warren, Richard Adrian Warren, Dorothy Warren, Sophia Warren, Clifford Michael Warren, Dora Ann McDougall, Nancy A. Warren and George C. Warren.2

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Sophia Warren

#51, b. 2 November 1804, d. 16 October 1837
Last Edited=21 Oct 1994
Relationship
3rd great-grandaunt of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman B. Warren b. 25 May 1771, d. 9 Dec 1862
Mother*Mercy Whipple b. 30 May 1770, d. 4 Oct 1813


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EventDateDetails
Birth2 November 1804Sophia Warren was born on 2 November 1804.
She was the daughter of Lyman B. Warren and Mercy Whipple.
Death16 October 1837Sophia died on 16 October 1837 at age 32.

Sophia Warren

#207, b. 29 March 1837, d. 4 January 1933
Last Edited=30 Dec 2014
Relationship
1st cousin 4 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman Marquis Warren b. 9 Aug 1794, d. 10 Oct 1847
Mother*Mary (Marie) Cadotte b. 14 Sep 1800, d. 21 Jul 1843


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth29 March 1837Sophia Warren was born on 29 March 1837 at La Pointe, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States.
She was the daughter of Lyman Marquis Warren and Mary (Marie) Cadotte.
Marriagecirca 1853Sophia Warren married James Warren circa 1853, Minnesota, United States.
Death4 January 1933Sophia died on 4 January 1933 at age 95.

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census18601 June 1860She was listed as a member of James's household in the 1860 U.S. Census taken 1 June 1860 at Little Falls, Morrison, Minnesota, United States.
Census187026 August 1870She was listed as a member of James's household in the 1870 U.S. Census taken 26 August 1870 at Long Prairie, Todd, Minnesota, United States.1
Census18803 June 1880Sophia was enumerated as the wife of James Warren on the 1880 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota. Sophia was 43 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Edward Lyman Warren, Franklin Benjamin Warren, Charlotte Warren, Julia Warren, Alfred Warren, Ida Warren, George C. Warren, John Warren and Henry Warren.2

Children of Sophia Warren and James Warren

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1870 US Census.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1880 US Census.

Sophia Warren

#6278, b. circa 1914
Last Edited=12 Jun 2008
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Franklin Benjamin Warren b. c 1859
Mother*Marceline Louzon (Luzon) b. c 1871


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1914Sophia Warren was born circa 1914 at Minnesota, United States.
She is the daughter of Franklin Benjamin Warren and Marceline Louzon (Luzon).

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census192024 January 1920Sophia was enumerated as the daughter of Franklin Benjamin Warren on the 1920 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Marceline Louzon (Luzon), Dorothy Warren, Edward Lyman Warren, John James Warren, Ruth L. Warren, Neioma Warren, Clifford Michael Warren, Lyman Marcus Warren, Richard Adrian Warren, George Warren and Mary (Maria) Cadotte Warren.1
Census193023 April 1930Sophia was enumerated as the daughter of Franklin Benjamin Warren on the 1930 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Marceline Louzon (Luzon), Ruth L. Warren, Lyman Marcus Warren, Richard Adrian Warren, Dorothy Warren, Clifford Michael Warren, Dora Ann McDougall, Nancy A. Warren and George C. Warren.2

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Sophia Warren

#14402, b. 1883
Last Edited=5 Feb 2020
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*William Truman Warren b. c 1854, d. 12 Sep 1921
Mother*Mary A. (Ke nosh equay) McDougall b. c 1856


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth1883Sophia Warren was born in 1883.
She was the daughter of William Truman Warren and Mary A. (Ke nosh equay) McDougall.

Stephen Warren

#42
Last Edited=20 Aug 2009
Relationship
4th great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Abraham Warren b. 25 Sep 1747, d. c 1820
Mother*Isabel Jerome b. 25 Apr 1749


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EventDateDetails
BirthStephen Warren was born.
He was the son of Abraham Warren and Isabel Jerome.

Stephen Warren

#45, b. 15 May 1793, d. 1807
Last Edited=29 Jan 2013
Relationship
3rd great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman B. Warren b. 25 May 1771, d. 9 Dec 1862
Mother*Mercy Whipple b. 30 May 1770, d. 4 Oct 1813


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth15 May 1793Stephen Warren was born on 15 May 1793.
He was the son of Lyman B. Warren and Mercy Whipple.
Death1807Stephen died in 1807.
Burial15 September 1807He was buried on 15 September 1807.

Temperance Warren

#5243, b. 16 May 1720
Last Edited=25 Jan 2008
Relationship
6th great-grandaunt of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Abraham Warren b. c 1681
Mother*Experience Stevens b. c 1685


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EventDateDetails
Birth16 May 1720Temperance Warren was born on 16 May 1720 at Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States.1
She was the daughter of Abraham Warren and Experience Stevens.

Citations

  1. [S223] Wethersfield, CT Vital Records (1634-1868).

Truman Abraham Warren

#49, b. 12 March 1800, d. 21 July 1825
Last Edited=18 Feb 2019
Relationship
3rd great-grandfather of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman B. Warren b. 25 May 1771, d. 9 Dec 1862
Mother*Mercy Whipple b. 30 May 1770, d. 4 Oct 1813


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
NationaltyThe nationality of Truman Abraham Warren was English.
Birth12 March 1800He was born on 12 March 1800 at Rutland, Rutland County, Vermont, United States.
He was the son of Lyman B. Warren and Mercy Whipple.
Marriage1817Truman Abraham Warren married Margaret Barinet in 1817.
Marriagecirca 1822Truman Abraham Warren married Charlotte Cadotte, daughter of Michel Cadotte (Kichemeshane - Great Michel) and Marie Madeleine Equay-say-way (Traveling Woman), circa 1822 in La Pointe, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States.
Death21 July 1825Truman died on 21 July 1825 at the schooner "Young Asiaranth, Lake Huron, Michigan, United States, at age 25.
Cause of Death21 July 1825He died of pulmonary complaint as stated in his obituary.
Burial23 July 1825He was buried on 23 July 1825 at Fort Gratiot, Saint Clair, Michigan.1
Obituary26 July 1825Obituary of Truman A. Warren
The Detroit Gazette, 26 July 1825, page 3, col 1

On board the schooner Young Asiaranth, on her passage from Mackinac to this place, on the 21st inst., Mr. Truman A. Warren, lately in the employ of the American Fur Company. Mr. W. had for some time past been afflicted with a pulmonary complaint, and was on his way to the south for relief. His remains were interred at Fort Gratlot, on the 23d inst.

Truman Abrahm Warren Death Notice, 1825 (The Detroit Gazette)

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
1822fur traderLa Pointe, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States

Children of Truman Abraham Warren and Margaret Barinet

Children of Truman Abraham Warren and Charlotte Cadotte

Citations

  1. [S290] Obituary or Monument Inscription.

Truman Abraham Warren

#12603, b. 23 August 1924
Last Edited=20 Nov 2016
Relationship
4th cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Edward Lyman Warren b. 18 Oct 1895, d. 25 Jul 1988
Mother*Anna E. (Annie) Jackson b. 1899


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth23 August 1924Truman Abraham Warren was born on 23 August 1924 at White Earth Reservation, Minnesota, United States.1
He was the son of Edward Lyman Warren and Anna E. (Annie) Jackson.

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940, (1924-1925).

Truman Abraham (Makoukes) Warren

#203, b. 19 April 1827, d. 31 October 1888
Last Edited=6 Feb 2018
Relationship
1st cousin 4 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman Marquis Warren b. 9 Aug 1794, d. 10 Oct 1847
Mother*Mary (Marie) Cadotte b. 14 Sep 1800, d. 21 Jul 1843


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EventDateDetails
Birth19 April 1827Truman Abraham (Makoukes) Warren was born on 19 April 1827 at La Pointe, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States.1
He was the son of Lyman Marquis Warren and Mary (Marie) Cadotte.
MarriageTruman Abraham (Makoukes) Warren married Kun-Zie (No Surname), daughter of Tay-bus-co-yaush (No Surname) and Ching-wah-cumig-oquay (No Surname).
MarriageTruman Abraham (Makoukes) Warren married Josette Catherine Susanna Jourdain, daughter of Joseph Jourdain and Sarah Taylor.1
Death31 October 1888Truman died on 31 October 1888 at Red Lake Indian Reservation, Beltrami, Minnesota, United States, at age 61.
BurialNovember 1888He was buried in November 1888 in Calvary Cemetery at White Earth, Becker, Minnesota.

Find A Grave Memorial Link.2
BiographyTRUMAN ABRAHAM WARREN was born at La Pointe, Madeline Island, Lake Superior, (would have been Michigan Territory, at the time) on 19 April 1827. He was the second son of LYMAN MARCUS WARREN and Marie “Mary" Cadotte.

In the summer of 1836, Truman Abraham Warren’s grandfather, Lyman Warren, who was residing in Clarkson, NY., visited La Pointe, and on his return home took Truman Abraham Warren, younger brother, William Whipple Warren, and sister Julia Warren back to his home and sent them to school. From 1838 to 1842 they attended the Oneida Institute at Whitesborough, near Utica, New York, where they acquired good training. Truman Abraham Warren remained at Clarkson until 1843 when he returned to La Pointe, Madeline Island. He found employment in the office of James P. Hays, U.S. Indian Agent, and connected with the Indian service nearly all of his life.

He was married in Wisconsin, and his first wife died. He had several children. He then re-married. He made his home at the Chippewa Agency near Crow Wing, Minnesota. He always took an active and lively interest in the removal of the Indians to the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota. The Indians trusted him, and it was through his advice and counsel that the Indians were prevailed upon to leave their native homes and country to settle at the White Earth Reservation. He was one of the party who accompanied Chief Hole-in-the-Day, on his trip to make a selection of the lands and to locate the White Earth Reservation. On his return from this trip he carried in his own conveyance a goodly specimen of the rich black soil as a proof of the richness of the “promised land”. The Indians who came to see were pleased.

Truman Abraham Warren’s Indian Name was “Makoukes”, or Little Bear. He worked as an Indian interpreter. He also operated a farm. He left his home at White Earth, and lived in a new home on the Red Lake Reservation in Minnesota. Though the White Earth Residence was never intended as a permanent residence, it was there that he met his death after a few days of severe illness. He died October 31, 1888 on the Red Lake Reservation, leaving a wife, two sons, and two daughters. His remains were brought back to White Earth for interment at St. Benedict Cemetery. His second wife was (named Josette) later re-married.2

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
1860fur traderChippewa Agency, Cass County, Minnesota, United States3
1888Chippewa interpreterMinnesota, United States

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census186016 June 1860Truman was enumerated as the head of the household on the 1860 United States Census residing at Chippewa Agency, Cass County, Minnesota. Truman was 33 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Alfred A. Warren, Cordelia (Delia) Warren, William Vincent Tyler Warren and Julia Warren Also in the household was a Mary B. Warren, age 23, born in Wisconsin, a house keeper.
Census18801 June 1880Truman was enumerated as the head of the household on the 1880 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota. Truman was 53 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Josette Catherine Susanna Jourdain and Edward C. Warren.4

Family: Truman Abraham (Makoukes) Warren and Kun-Zie (No Surname)

Children of Truman Abraham (Makoukes) Warren and Josette Catherine Susanna Jourdain

Citations

  1. [S197] Virginia A. Rogers, Warren Family (MN).
  2. [S281] Find A Grave, database and images, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 178120578.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1860 US Census.
  4. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1880 US Census.

Truman S. Warren

#9011, b. circa 1870
Last Edited=14 Jul 2010
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Alfred A. Warren b. 1 Jul 1844, d. 1872
Mother*Lizette Roy b. c 1847


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1870Truman S. Warren was born circa 1870 at Chippewa Agency, Cass, Minnesota, United States.
He was the son of Alfred A. Warren and Lizette Roy.

Tyler Warren

#52, b. 16 June 1807, d. May 1829
Last Edited=21 Oct 1994
Relationship
3rd great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman B. Warren b. 25 May 1771, d. 9 Dec 1862
Mother*Mercy Whipple b. 30 May 1770, d. 4 Oct 1813


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth16 June 1807Tyler Warren was born on 16 June 1807.
He was the son of Lyman B. Warren and Mercy Whipple.
DeathMay 1829Tyler died in May 1829 at age 21.

William Warren

#5241, b. 24 January 1716/17
Last Edited=25 Jan 2008
Relationship
6th great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Abraham Warren b. c 1681
Mother*Experience Stevens b. c 1685


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth24 January 1716/17William Warren was born on 24 January 1716/17 at Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States.1
He was the son of Abraham Warren and Experience Stevens.

Citations

  1. [S223] Wethersfield, CT Vital Records (1634-1868).

William A. Warren

#314, b. 25 October 1872, d. November 1899
Last Edited=30 Nov 1998
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*William Vincent Tyler Warren b. 20 May 1848, d. Apr 1900
Mother*Mary Elizabeth (Isabelle) Ke-ne-se quay Hole-In-the-Day b. 29 Aug 1852, d. 3 May 1875


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth25 October 1872William A. Warren was born on 25 October 1872 at Gull Lake, Crow Wing, Minnesota, United States.
He was the son of William Vincent Tyler Warren and Mary Elizabeth (Isabelle) Ke-ne-se quay Hole-In-the-Day.
DeathNovember 1899William died in November 1899 at age 27.

William R. Warren

#14403, b. 1886, d. 1975
Last Edited=5 Feb 2020
Relationship
3rd cousin 2 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*William Truman Warren b. c 1854, d. 12 Sep 1921
Mother*Mary A. (Ke nosh equay) McDougall b. c 1856


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth1886William R. Warren was born in 1886.
He was the son of William Truman Warren and Mary A. (Ke nosh equay) McDougall.
Death1975William died in 1975.

William Truman Warren

#5993, b. circa 1854, d. 12 September 1921
Last Edited=5 Feb 2020
Relationship
2nd cousin 3 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*James Warren b. c 1826, d. 1882
Mother*Sophia Warren b. 29 Mar 1837, d. 4 Jan 1933


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1854William Truman Warren was born circa 1854 at Crow Wing, Morrison County, Minnesota, United States.
He was the son of James Warren and Sophia Warren.
Marriagecirca 1878William Truman Warren married Mary A. (Ke nosh equay) McDougall circa 1878, Minnesota, United States.
Death12 September 1921William died on 12 September 1921 at Ogema, Becker, Minnesota, United States.

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census18601 June 1860William was enumerated as a member of James's household on the 1860 United States Census in Little Falls, Morrison, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Sophia Warren, Edward Lyman Warren and Franklin Benjamin Warren.
Census187026 August 1870William was enumerated as a member of James's household on the 1870 United States Census in Long Prairie, Todd, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Sophia Warren, Edward Lyman Warren, Franklin Benjamin Warren, Charlotte Warren, Julia Warren, Alfred Warren and Ida Warren.1
Census18803 June 1880William was enumerated as the head of the household on the 1880 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Mary A. (Ke nosh equay) McDougall and James William Warren.2
Census19105 May 1910William was enumerated as the head of the household on the 1910 United States Census in White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.

Also residing in the same household were Mary A. (Ke nosh equay) McDougall, Frank James Warren, Clarence Earl Warren and Ida May Warren.3

Children of William Truman Warren and Mary A. (Ke nosh equay) McDougall

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1870 US Census.
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1880 US Census.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1910 US Census.

William Vincent Tyler Warren1

#218, b. 20 May 1848, d. April 1900
Last Edited=25 Oct 2014
Relationship
2nd cousin 3 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*William Whipple Warren2 b. 27 May 1825, d. 1 Jun 1853
Mother*Mathilda Aitkin b. c 1822, d. 19 Oct 1902


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth20 May 1848William Vincent Tyler Warren was born on 20 May 1848 at Wisconsin, United States.2
He was the son of William Whipple Warren and Mathilda Aitkin.2
Marriagecirca 1870William Vincent Tyler Warren married Mary Elizabeth (Isabelle) Ke-ne-se quay Hole-In-the-Day, daughter of Chief Joseph Quewezaince Hole-In-the-Day, circa 1870, Minnesota, United States.
Marriagecirca 1870William Vincent Tyler Warren married Quay-nib Bonga, daughter of Jack Bonga (Ah-no-dah-gun) and Tay-dah-cum-ah-be-quay (No Surname), circa 1870.
Marriagecirca 1875William Vincent Tyler Warren married (?) Min-De-moyien circa 1875.
Marriage24 December 1876William Vincent Tyler Warren married Jane Isabel Kennefick on 24 December 1876 in Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States.
Marriagecirca 1880William Vincent Tyler Warren married Pe-Yaunce (No Surname) circa 1880.
Marriagecirca 1881William Vincent Tyler Warren married (?) Nah-Nah-cow-Wah-be-quay circa 1881.
MarriageWilliam Vincent Tyler Warren married Mah-Nah-ish-Tah-nish (No Surname).
DeathApril 1900William died in April 1900 at age 51.1
BiographyWilliam, aka Tyler Warren was married seven times, all documented.

From : Virginia Rogers, Warren family genealogy sheets, 1992 manuscript:

Mr. Tyler Warren (after dissolving his partnership with a Wild West Show which travelled all over the states, and with headqurters in Philadelphia), built the first frame house in this area. It was on the east shore of the north lake. He became a government surveyor and timber estimator. He was also the first grain farmer doing with a cradle and threshed by hand. The ground on which the baseball diamond and school now stand was cultivated by him with the use of oxen. ... It was mostly the Mille Lacs removals who settled in the Twin Lakes area. They were housed in two large log houses. One was built near the Warren's home, and the outer house was built near the present Norway Tree Plantation -- bout two hundred stems north of the northeast end -- by the old Beaulieu Trail. Here, too, the land marks can be plainly seen. This group of removals 'were in primitive society; their recreation was squaw dancing, war dancing, LaCross game, and, annually, the Grand Medicine Ceremony.' This was usually held during the spring or summer, and the Indians would camp out for ten or fifteen days. The last Grand Medicine Ceremony was held here in 1919. The two log houses were gradually vacated as the occupants went to live on their allotments. Mr. Warren used the log house near him for a blacksmith shop. This is on the southwest corner of the school ground and often some metal, iron, and horseshoe nails are unearthed."

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
surveyor and farmerMinnesota, United States

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census185010 September 1850They was listed as a household member of William's household in the 1850 U.S. Census taken 10 September 1850 at Gull Lake, Crow Wing, Minnesota, United States.3
Census186016 June 1860William was enumerated as a member of Truman's household on the 1860 United States Census residing at Chippewa Agency, Cass County, Minnesota. William was 12 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Alfred A. Warren, Cordelia (Delia) Warren and Julia Warren Also in the household was a Mary B. Warren, age 23, born in Wisconsin, a house keeper.
Census18801 June 1880William was listed as a boarder living with an unknown person 's household on the 1880 U.S. Census at White Earth Reservation, Minnesota, United States.4

Children of William Vincent Tyler Warren and Mary Elizabeth (Isabelle) Ke-ne-se quay Hole-In-the-Day

Children of William Vincent Tyler Warren and Quay-nib Bonga

Child of William Vincent Tyler Warren and (?) Min-De-moyien

Children of William Vincent Tyler Warren and Jane Isabel Kennefick

Child of William Vincent Tyler Warren and Pe-Yaunce (No Surname)

Children of William Vincent Tyler Warren and (?) Nah-Nah-cow-Wah-be-quay

Citations

  1. [S160] David Beaulieu, Jane Buckanaga Renville.
  2. [S197] Virginia A. Rogers, Warren Family (MN).
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1850 US Census.
  4. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1880 US Census.

William Whipple Warren

#116, b. 27 May 1825, d. 1 June 1853
Last Edited=1 Oct 2017
Relationship
1st cousin 4 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Lyman Marquis Warren b. 9 Aug 1794, d. 10 Oct 1847
Mother*Mary (Marie) Cadotte b. 14 Sep 1800, d. 21 Jul 1843
William Whipple Warren (1825-1853)
Proposed William Whipple Warren Monument near Two Rivers, MN - 1906


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth27 May 1825William Whipple Warren was born on 27 May 1825 at La Pointe, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States.
He was the son of Lyman Marquis Warren and Mary (Marie) Cadotte.
Marriage10 August 1843William Whipple Warren married Mathilda Aitkin, daughter of William Alexander Aitkin and Magdeleine Pay-shah-quod-oquay, on 10 August 1843 in La Pointe, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States.1
Note1 June 1853Willliam W. Warren died at the home of his sister, Charlotte, the Mrs. Edward Bryan Price.
Death1 June 1853William died on 1 June 1853 at Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States, at age 28.
Burial2 June 1853He was buried on 2 June 1853 at Saint Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota.
BiographyThe following is a short biographical sketch of William written by his sister, Mary Warren English (Born: 15 Oct 1835 - Died: 15 August 1925)
Copied from the Family Record:


"Abraham Warren born Sept 25th, 1747 served six years in the Revolution - was first cousin of Gen. Jos Warren.
Lyman Warren (his son, born May 25th, 1771, in Hartford, Conn. Married in Berkshire, Mass. to Mercy Whipple.
Their son, Lyman Marquis Warren was born at the latter place in August 9th, 1794. Married at Mackinac, Michigan to Mary Cadotte Sept 6th, 1821. William Whipple Warren their eldest son was born in La Pointe, Madeline Is., Lake Superior, May 27th, 1825.
Lyman Marcus Warren , the father of William, came to the Lake Superior region at the early date of 1817 - and under the following circumstances. During the winter of 1815 and 1816 - Congress enacted a law that no foreigners should engage in trade with the Indians who did not become a citizen. The English traders who for years been engaged in trade at various points on Lake Superior - had after the enforcement of this law employed American clerks to take charge of their posts. Several of these young men came from the Western part of New York and Vermont on Lake Champlain. Lyman Marcus Warren was of this party and came to La Pointe in 1818 then the trading post of Michael Cadotte. And thus under this veteran trader - the young man soon established himself in trade - gaining friends and favors among the Indians - and in the year 1821 married Mary Cadotte - the third daughter of M. Cadotte. This same M. Cadotte is frequently mentioned in the narrative of "Alexander Henry". He speaks of him as possessing a powerful influence among the Indians and considered by them as their chief - and was not only his friend - but a friend to the English - and it was by him that the Chippewa of Lake Superior were prevented from joining Pontiac. His wife, Madame Cadotte was an Indian woman of the Chippewa nation and was very generally respected.
L. M. Warren was subsequently and for many years employed as chief _______ at La Pointe for the American Fur Company. He superintended the erection of the "New Trading Post" on Madeline Is. in 1834 and 35 under Ramsay Crooks.
During the year of 1831 the missionaries of the American Board - Rev. Sherman Hall and others, arrived at La Pointe and were warmly welcomed and treated with utmost kindness and hospitality by L. M. Warren and family - and great assistance rendered to them in the establishment of their mission. The Roman Catholic priest, Frederic Baraga came to the place in 1835 and also received great kindness and assistance - the entire family of M. Cadotte being of that faith. Sometime during the year of 1838 - L. M. Warren dissolved his connections with the American Fur Trade and removed to the Chippewa River to where he had been appointed as farmer and sub-agent to the Chippewa's. He located his post a few miles above Chippewa Falls and was there engaged in trade and in other business matters for several years. Mary, his wife, died at that place July 21st, 1843 and in the following winter, in the month of February, he made a winters passage through to La Pointe with three one-horse trains taking with him the remains of his wife and accompanied by his two youngest daughters - then but little girls.
This first American pioneer and permanent settler of Lake Superior - died at La Pointe Oct 10th, 1847, aged 53 years. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church.
William Whipple Warren was sent to the Mission School at Mackinac when only 8 years of age - but during the summer of 1836, his grandfather, Lyman Warren made a visit to La Pointe and on his return home - took William with him to Clarkson, New York where he attended school for two years - but was afterwards placed by his own father in the Oneida Institute at Whitesborough, 3 miles west of the city of Utica. The school then under charge of Pres. Beriah Green, a man famous in anti-slavery annals. William remained there 3 years and distinguished himself every way in the recitation room, in the playground, and in the social circle. He returned to La Pointe in the summer of 1841, in company with Rev. L. H. Wheeler and wife and Miss Abby Spooner, missionaries to La Pointe. He won a warm and life-long friendship with these most _____mable people by his genial and happy disposition - and ever ready and kindly assistance - during their long and tedious voyage up the Lake for this was before the days of railroads and steamboats on Lake Superior.
He had not entirely forgotten the Chippewa language - his mother's tongue - but in a very short time - could speak it almost as fluently as the English - and it is in connection with those early days of his return to the country - that he is even more frequently spoken of - by those who knew him as being so full of life - cheerfulness and socialibility - giving bold descriptions - telling heroic incidents - wonderful fairy tales from the Arabian Nights - Robinson Crusoe - to crowds of eager listeners - Indians of all classes - both old and young - and they in return - would relate the often told stories and traditions of the tribe.
In 1842 he was appointed Government interpreter under Rev. Alfred Brunson, Indian agent at La Pointe - and from that time - was engaged in the Indian and Government service until nearly the close of his life. He was married in the Summer of 1842 to Matilda Aitken, daughter of William Aitken of American Fur Trade. She was educated at the Mackinac Mission School.
It was during his interpretership under __. T. Hayes in 1844 and 1845 that his health began to fail - frequent exposures - long and severe winter expeditions, connected with the Indian service at that time, brought on lung difficulties which finally ended his life. He first removed with his family to Minnesota in the fall of 1845 - came to Crow Wing and Gull Lake - was there employed as farmer and interpreter under J. Fletcher - Winnebago Agent then also in charge of the Mississippi Chippewas.
He was also employed as interpreter in the removal of the Lake Superior Indians under J. S. Matrous - which however proved a failure in the end - William never approved of this removal - but still he faithfully performed his duties of his position - and it was during this last active service that he collected much of the material composing his writings - meeting with so many of the old men of the tribe - in their native homes - gave him an excellent opportunity for __ ____ _____. The manuscript was frequently hurriedly written and many times during great physical weakness, had strength and life been prolonged it would have been much more extensive and complete. He mentions in a letter written at that time as being far short to the original aim and design - and needed a careful revision, but this he did not live to do. He went east in the winter of 1853 for treatment - hoping that a benefit might be the result - but he started to return to his home about the last of May - but did not live to reach it - he died in St Paul at the home of his sister Mrs. E. B. Price - June 1, 1853 - at the early age of 28. He left four children, but only two are now living - William Tyler Warren and Mrs. Madaline Uran - both of White Earth. The mother - Mrs M. Fontaine is also living at White Earth, Minnesota.
P.S. I would here add that he was a true and a firm friend to the Indian and detested all manner of fraud and deceit. The only enemies he ever had are those that he had exposed by defrauding the Indians. He was a man of unblemished character and strictly temperate habits."

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census185010 September 1850William was listed on the 1850 U.S. census taken 10 September 1850 at Gull Lake, Crow Wing, Minnesota, United States.2

Children of William Whipple Warren and Mathilda Aitkin

Citations

  1. [S197] Virginia A. Rogers, Warren Family (MN).
  2. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1850 US Census.

Nathanael S. Washam

#11729
Last Edited=31 Jul 2013


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Marriage3 September 2011Nathanael S. Washam married Tara Kathleen Ward, daughter of David Alan Ward and Adelaida (Addie) Abiles, on 3 September 2011 at Ghormley Meadow in Rimrock, Yakima, Washington, United States.

Family: Nathanael S. Washam and Tara Kathleen Ward

Beatrice Ann Washburn

#6611, b. 9 December 1922, d. 28 April 2001
Last Edited=6 Jun 2009
Relationship
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Norton Bradford Washburn b. 6 Jun 1887, d. 2 Dec 1966
Mother*Myrtle Welter b. 27 Sep 1892, d. 27 May 1980


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth9 December 1922Beatrice Ann Washburn was born on 9 December 1922 at Vail Township, Redwood, Minnesota, United States.
She was the daughter of Norton Bradford Washburn and Myrtle Welter.
Marriage28 July 1945Beatrice Ann Washburn married Otto Henry Smid Jr. on 28 July 1945 in Moorefield, Nicholas, Kentucky, United States.
Divorce29 April 1980Beatrice Ann Washburn was divorced from Otto Henry Smid Jr. on 29 April 1980 at Isanti County, Minnesota, United States.1
Death28 April 2001Beatrice died on 28 April 2001 at Isanti County, Minnesota, United States, at age 78.2

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census19305 April 1930Beatrice was enumerated as the daughter of Norton Bradford Washburn on the 1930 United States Census in Wabasso, Redwood, Minnesota. Beatrice was 7 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Myrtle Welter, Irene Ora Washburn and Verniel Joyce Washburn.3

Children of Beatrice Ann Washburn and Otto Henry Smid Jr.

Citations

  1. [S222] Minnesota Divorce Index (1970-1995), online www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S218] Minnesota Death Index (1908-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Irene Ora Washburn

#6610, b. 6 August 1917, d. 4 October 1973
Last Edited=26 Jan 2015
Relationship
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Norton Bradford Washburn b. 6 Jun 1887, d. 2 Dec 1966
Mother*Myrtle Welter b. 27 Sep 1892, d. 27 May 1980


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth6 August 1917Irene Ora Washburn was born on 6 August 1917 at Vail Township, Redwood, Minnesota, United States.
She was the daughter of Norton Bradford Washburn and Myrtle Welter.
Marriage5 November 1941Irene Ora Washburn married Dixon Marshall Matlock on 5 November 1941 in Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto, Texas, United States.
Death4 October 1973Irene died on 4 October 1973 at Arkansas, United States, at age 56.1
Burial8 October 1973She was buried on 8 October 1973 in Fort Smith National Cemetery at Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas.

Find A Grave Memorial Link.2,1

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census19209 June 1920Irene was enumerated as the daughter of Norton Bradford Washburn on the 1920 United States Census in Vail Township, Redwood, Minnesota. Irene was 2 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Myrtle Welter.3
Census19305 April 1930Irene was enumerated as the daughter of Norton Bradford Washburn on the 1930 United States Census in Wabasso, Redwood, Minnesota. Irene was 12 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Myrtle Welter, Beatrice Ann Washburn and Verniel Joyce Washburn.4

Children of Irene Ora Washburn and Dixon Marshall Matlock

Citations

  1. [S212] Veterans Administration, 2004.
  2. [S281] Find A Grave, database and images, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 959366.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.
  4. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Jamie Washburn

#9530, b. 9 October 1949
Last Edited=26 Sep 2010


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth9 October 1949Jamie Washburn was born on 9 October 1949.

Norton Bradford Washburn

#6609, b. 6 June 1887, d. 2 December 1966
Last Edited=20 May 2015


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth6 June 1887Norton Bradford Washburn was born on 6 June 1887 at Minnesota, United States.1
Marriage7 January 1914He married Myrtle Welter, daughter of Nicholas (Nic) Welter Junior and Anna (Annie) Meyer, on 7 January 1914, Redwood County, Minnesota, United States.
Milit-WWI5 June 1917Norton Bradford Washburn registered for World War I military service on 5 June 1917 at Vail Township, Redwood, Minnesota, United States.2
Death2 December 1966Norton died on 2 December 1966 at Redwood County, Minnesota, United States, at age 79.1

Occupations and Employment

DateOccupationLocation
1917farmerVail Township, Redwood, Minnesota, United States2

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census19209 June 1920Norton was enumerated as the head of the household on the 1920 United States Census in Vail Township, Redwood, Minnesota. Norton was 33 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Myrtle Welter and Irene Ora Washburn.3
Census19305 April 1930Norton was enumerated as the head of the household on the 1930 United States Census in Wabasso, Redwood, Minnesota. Norton was 42 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Myrtle Welter, Irene Ora Washburn, Beatrice Ann Washburn and Verniel Joyce Washburn.4

Children of Norton Bradford Washburn and Myrtle Welter

Citations

  1. [S218] Minnesota Death Index (1908-2002), online www.ancestry.com.
  2. [S233] Military Records, World War I Draft Registration Cards, (1917-1918), 4,582 Microfilm Rolls.
  3. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1920 US Census.
  4. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Verniel Joyce Washburn

#6612, b. 25 August 1926
Last Edited=21 May 2009
Relationship
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Norton Bradford Washburn b. 6 Jun 1887, d. 2 Dec 1966
Mother*Myrtle Welter b. 27 Sep 1892, d. 27 May 1980


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Life Events and Notes

EventDateDetails
Birth25 August 1926Verniel Joyce Washburn was born on 25 August 1926 at Redwood County, Minnesota, United States.
She is the daughter of Norton Bradford Washburn and Myrtle Welter.
Marriage7 February 1953Verniel Joyce Washburn married Francis Michael Hirmer, son of Michael C. Hirmer, on 7 February 1953.

Census and Residence

Census TypeDateCensus
Census19305 April 1930Verniel was enumerated as the daughter of Norton Bradford Washburn on the 1930 United States Census in Wabasso, Redwood, Minnesota. Verniel was 3 years old.

Also residing in the same household were Myrtle Welter, Irene Ora Washburn and Beatrice Ann Washburn.1

Children of Verniel Joyce Washburn and Francis Michael Hirmer

Citations

  1. [S237] Ancestry.com, 1930 US Census.

Christopher Lee Washington

#10995
Last Edited=14 Sep 2011


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EventDateDetails
Marriage26 September 2009Christopher Lee Washington married Tara Marisa Rubush, daughter of James Alan Rubush and Becky Ann Thompson, on 26 September 2009 in Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, United States.

Child of Christopher Lee Washington and Tara Marisa Rubush

Jaxson Lee Washington

#10996, b. 5 August 2011
Last Edited=14 Sep 2011
Father*Christopher Lee Washington
Mother*Tara Marisa Rubush b. 4 Jun 1979


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EventDateDetails
Birth5 August 2011Jaxson Lee Washington was born on 5 August 2011 at Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, United States.
He is the son of Christopher Lee Washington and Tara Marisa Rubush.

Anne Waterman1

#1653
Last Edited=21 Oct 1994


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EventDateDetails
MarriageAnne Waterman married Richard Waterman, son of Resolved Waterman and Mercy Williams.1
DeathAnne died.

Family: Anne Waterman and Richard Waterman

Citations

  1. [S80] Bertha Williams and Weeden, Harriett Wood Anthony, Roger Williams of Providence, R.I., page 54.

Ensign Resolved Waterman1,2

#1651, b. 1667, d. 13 January 1718/19
Last Edited=2 May 2015
Relationship
7th great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Resolved Waterman b. 8 Jul 1638, d. 17 Aug 1670
Mother*Mercy Williams b. 15 Jul 1640, d. 19 Sep 1705


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EventDateDetails
Birth1667Ensign Resolved Waterman was born in 1667 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.
He was the son of Resolved Waterman and Mercy Williams.
MarriageEnsign Resolved Waterman married Anne Harris.3
MarriageEnsign Resolved Waterman married Mercy (Unknown Surname).3
Death13 January 1718/19Ensign died on 13 January 1718/19 at Greenville, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.

Family: Ensign Resolved Waterman and Anne Harris

Family: Ensign Resolved Waterman and Mercy (Unknown Surname)

Citations

  1. [S80] Bertha Williams and Weeden, Harriett Wood Anthony, Roger Williams of Providence, R.I., page 60,.
  2. [S81] Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman The Waterman Family.
  3. [S80] Bertha Williams and Weeden, Harriett Wood Anthony, Roger Williams of Providence, R.I., page 60.

John Waterman1

#1650, b. 1666, d. 26 August 1728
Last Edited=1 May 2015
Relationship
7th great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Resolved Waterman b. 8 Jul 1638, d. 17 Aug 1670
Mother*Mercy Williams b. 15 Jul 1640, d. 19 Sep 1705


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EventDateDetails
Birth1666John Waterman was born in 1666 at Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, United States.
He was the son of Resolved Waterman and Mercy Williams.
Marriage1691John Waterman married Anne Olney, daughter of Thomas Olney Jr and Elizabeth March, in 1691, Rhode Island, United States.1
Death26 August 1728John died on 26 August 1728 at Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, United States.
BurialAugust 1728He was buried in August 1728 in Colonel John Waterman Lot at Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island.

Find A Grave Memorial Link.2

Child of John Waterman and Anne Olney

Citations

  1. [S80] Bertha Williams and Weeden, Harriett Wood Anthony, Roger Williams of Providence, R.I., page 54.
  2. [S281] Find A Grave, database and images, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 26535931.

Captain John Waterman

#12615, b. 5 February 1698, d. 1751
Last Edited=1 May 2015
Relationship
1st cousin 8 times removed of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*John Waterman b. 1666, d. 26 Aug 1728
Mother*Anne Olney b. 13 Jan 1668, d. 26 Oct 1745


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EventDateDetails
Birth5 February 1698Captain John Waterman was born on 5 February 1698 at Rhode Island, United States.
He was the son of John Waterman and Anne Olney.
Burial1751Captain John Waterman was buried in 1751 in Colonel John Waterman Lot at Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island.

Find A Grave Memorial Link.1
Death1751John died in 1751 at Rhode Island, United States.

Citations

  1. [S281] Find A Grave, database and images, online http://www.findagrave.com, Find A Grave Memorial# 61224717.

Mehitable Waterman1

#2549, b. circa 1626, d. 3 December 1683
Last Edited=24 Aug 2008
Father*Richard Waterman d. 26 Oct 1673
Mother*Bethiah Waite d. 3 Dec 1680


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EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1626Mehitable Waterman was born circa 1626 at Nyland, Somerset, England.
She was the daughter of Richard Waterman and Bethiah Waite.
Marriagecirca 1649Mehitable Waterman married Captain Arthur Fenner circa 1649.1
Death3 December 1683Mehitable died on 3 December 1683 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.

Family: Mehitable Waterman and Captain Arthur Fenner

Citations

  1. [S81] Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman The Waterman Family.

Mercy Waterman1

#2581, b. 1663, d. 19 February 1756
Last Edited=1 May 2015
Relationship
7th great-grandaunt of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Resolved Waterman b. 8 Jul 1638, d. 17 Aug 1670
Mother*Mercy Williams b. 15 Jul 1640, d. 19 Sep 1705


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EventDateDetails
Birth1663Mercy Waterman was born in 1663 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.
She was the daughter of Resolved Waterman and Mercy Williams.
Death19 February 1756Mercy died on 19 February 1756 at Scituate, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.

Citations

  1. [S81] Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman The Waterman Family.

Nathaniel Waterman1

#2579, b. circa 1637, d. 23 March 1711/12
Last Edited=12 Sep 1999
Father*Richard Waterman d. 26 Oct 1673
Mother*Bethiah Waite d. 3 Dec 1680


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EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1637Nathaniel Waterman was born circa 1637 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.
He was the son of Richard Waterman and Bethiah Waite.
Marriage14 March 1662/63Nathaniel Waterman married Susanna Carder on 14 March 1662/63 in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.1
Death23 March 1711/12Nathaniel died on 23 March 1711/12 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.

Child of Nathaniel Waterman and Susanna Carder

Citations

  1. [S81] Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman The Waterman Family.

Nathaniel Waterman

#4436, d. 14 June 1725
Last Edited=2 Oct 1999
Father*Nathaniel Waterman b. c 1637, d. 23 Mar 1711/12
Mother*Susanna Carder d. c 1711


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EventDateDetails
BirthNathaniel Waterman was born at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.
He was the son of Nathaniel Waterman and Susanna Carder.
Marriage9 May 1692Nathaniel Waterman married Mary Olney, daughter of Epenetus Olney and Mary Whipple, on 9 May 1692.
Death14 June 1725Nathaniel died on 14 June 1725.

Family: Nathaniel Waterman and Mary Olney

Resolved Waterman1,2

#1648, b. 8 July 1638, d. 17 August 1670
Last Edited=1 May 2015
Father*Richard Waterman d. 26 Oct 1673
Mother*Bethiah Waite d. 3 Dec 1680


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EventDateDetails
Birth8 July 1638Resolved Waterman was born on 8 July 1638 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.
He was the son of Richard Waterman and Bethiah Waite.
Marriage2 January 1658Resolved Waterman married Mercy Williams, daughter of Roger Williams and Mary Barnard, on 2 January 1658 in Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.3
Death17 August 1670Resolved died on 17 August 1670 at Newport, Newport County, Rhode Island, United States, at age 32.

Children of Resolved Waterman and Mercy Williams

Citations

  1. [S80] Bertha Williams and Weeden, Harriett Wood Anthony, Roger Williams of Providence, R.I., page 54,.
  2. [S81] Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman The Waterman Family.
  3. [S80] Bertha Williams and Weeden, Harriett Wood Anthony, Roger Williams of Providence, R.I., page 54.

Richard Waterman1

#1649, b. 1663, d. 28 September 1748
Last Edited=1 May 2015
Relationship
7th great-granduncle of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Resolved Waterman b. 8 Jul 1638, d. 17 Aug 1670
Mother*Mercy Williams b. 15 Jul 1640, d. 19 Sep 1705


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EventDateDetails
MarriageRichard Waterman married Anne Waterman.1
Birth1663Richard Waterman was born in 1663 at Byberry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
He was the son of Resolved Waterman and Mercy Williams.
Death28 September 1748Richard died on 28 September 1748 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.

Family: Richard Waterman and Anne Waterman

Citations

  1. [S80] Bertha Williams and Weeden, Harriett Wood Anthony, Roger Williams of Providence, R.I., page 54.

Richard Waterman1

#1661, d. 26 October 1673
Last Edited=21 Oct 1994


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EventDateDetails
BirthRichard Waterman was born at England.
MarriageHe married Bethiah Waite.1
Death26 October 1673Richard died on 26 October 1673 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.
BiographyHe came to New England in 1629, in advance of the Winthrop Fleet of 1630, and was one of the founders of Salem, Mass. After residing in Salem a few years, in good standing, he came under the influence of Roger Williams, whose religious beliefs in civil liberties were in conflict with those of the civil and religious leaders of the colony. As a result, removal to Rhode Island was determined upon. The General Court issued a license for this group to remove, and to insure the permanence of their removal, also issued warrants against them. Richard Waterman received a confirmation of land in Providence, 10 June 1637. He was named among the Associates of Roger Williams in the latter's deed to them of 8 October 1638. He was one of the signers of the Contract at Providence, 27 July 1640, proposing a form of government, and was also on the Providence Committee of 18 May 1647 to form a governmnent under the charter Williams had brought from England. Over the years, Richard Waterman was very active in many civil activities in Providence, RI. He died in 1673 and was buried on his land in Providence on what became the southeast corner of Waterman and Benefit Streets. A granite monument erected to his memeory in 1840 contains some errors of fact, such as dignifying him with the title of Colonel, and stating that he came from Bristol, England, with Roger Williams, in 1631 in the ship Lion. The records show him to have been an able, diligent, and conscientious man, probably without much formal education, but with no small measure of natural talent. (Jacobus, Donald Lines and Waterman, Edgar Francis; The Waterman Family, Volume III, Descendants of Richard Waterman of Providence, Rhode Island, The Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, Connecticut, 1954, R929.2, W314J, V. III.)

Children of Richard Waterman and Bethiah Waite

Citations

  1. [S80] Bertha Williams and Weeden, Harriett Wood Anthony, Roger Williams of Providence, R.I., page 54.

Wait Waterman1

#1652, b. 1662, d. 1711
Last Edited=1 May 2015
Relationship
7th great-grandaunt of Warren McKean (Sandy) Gordon III
Father*Resolved Waterman b. 8 Jul 1638, d. 17 Aug 1670
Mother*Mercy Williams b. 15 Jul 1640, d. 19 Sep 1705


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EventDateDetails
Birth1662Wait Waterman was born in 1662 at Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.
She was the daughter of Resolved Waterman and Mercy Williams.
Marriage12 February 1684/85Wait Waterman married John Rhodes on 12 February 1684/85.1
Death1711Wait died in 1711.

Family: Wait Waterman and John Rhodes

Citations

  1. [S80] Bertha Williams and Weeden, Harriett Wood Anthony, Roger Williams of Providence, R.I., page 68.

Wait Waterman1

#2580, b. circa 1630
Last Edited=12 Sep 1999
Father*Richard Waterman d. 26 Oct 1673
Mother*Bethiah Waite d. 3 Dec 1680


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EventDateDetails
Birthcirca 1630Wait Waterman was born circa 1630.
She was the daughter of Richard Waterman and Bethiah Waite.
MarriageWait Waterman married Henry Browne, son of William Browne and Jane Burgis.1
DeathWait died.

Children of Wait Waterman and Henry Browne

Citations

  1. [S81] Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman The Waterman Family.

Carl Robert Waters1

#1013
Last Edited=10 Jun 2008


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EventDateDetails
MarriageCarl Robert Waters married Lucille Emily Bahr, daughter of Paul Emil Bahr and Alvina (Alma) Elizabeth Stillwell.
DeathCarl died.

Children of Carl Robert Waters and Lucille Emily Bahr

Citations

  1. [S20] Warren Family, Manuscript, 1990 unknown repository.