An American Family History

John Warner

Dane is also spelled Dayne, Deane, Dene, Denne

Essex County, Massachusetts was created on May 10, 1643 by the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, when it ordered "that the whole plantation within this jurisdiction be divided into four sheires."

John Warner was born in 1642 in Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts. His parents were Daniel Warner and Elizabeth Dane.

He married Hannah Batcheller on April 20, 1665 in Ipswich. Their children and life together are described in detail in the section on John and Hannah Warner.

He became a widower when Hannah died in 1688. His second wife was Mary Prince the widow of Jonathan Prince. She already had two children, Nathan Prince and Jonathan Prince.

In 1696, John witnessed a deed for Benjamin Kimball.

His will was dated February 7, 1711 and gave his son, Nathan, the house and 60 acres when he was 21 years old. His wife Mary was to enjoy the parlor and the chamber over the parlor. It also mentioned his daughters Elizabeth Gott, Susannah Fisk, and Mary who was 15 years old. It also mentioned his step-sons Nathan and Jonathan Prince.

He died on April 10, 1712 in Ipswich.

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Children of Daniel Warner
and Elizabeth Dane
  • Ensign Daniel Warner
  • John Warner
  • Captain William Warner
  • Nathaniel Warner
  • Elizabeth Warner Heard
  • Abigail Warner Dane
  • Susannah Warner
  • Simeon Warner
  • Children of John Warner
    and Hannah Batchelder
  • Elizabeth Warner Gott
  • John Warner
  • William Warner
  • William Warner
  • Hannah Warner
  • Susannah Warner Fiske
  • and Mrs. Mary Prince
  • Nathaniel Warner
  • Mary Warner Adams
  • Abigail Warner
  • In 1688, during the Glorious Revolution, the Protestant king and queen,William and Mary, took the English throne from Catholic King James II. The bloodless revolution profoundly impacted the American colonies.




    from New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1866

    John [Warner], b. about 1642, d. 10 April, 1712 ; m. 1st w. Hannah Bacheldor, 20 April, 1665, dau. of Joseph B., and niece of Henry B., who d. seized of considerable lands" in Ipswich. John W. was one of his Administrators in 1683. She d. 10 March, 1688.

    He m. about 1691, 2d w. Mary Prince, who, 23 July, 1694, was administrator estate of Jon. Prince, of Salem.


    from the Essex Antiquarian

    Samuel Lambert House. . . . Mr. Cromwell was a slaughterer, and, for thirty-five pounds, conveyed the estate to Jonathan Prince of Salem, cordwinder, Aug. 15, 1683. Mr. Prince died about 1685; his widow Mary, having married John Warner of Ipswich, was appointed administratrix of the estate; and she, for thirty-five pounds and ten shillings, conveyed the house, shop and lot to Samuel Lambert of Salem, mariner, Jan. 23, 1694. . .


    DNA match with other descendant in this line.
    William Warner
    Daniel Warner
    John Warner
    Susannah Warner Fiske
    Elizabeth Fiske Dwinnell
    Benjamin Dwinnell
    Israel Dwinnell
    Isaac Davis Dwinnell, Sr.
    Isaac Davis Dwinnell, Jr.
    Victoria Dwinnell Miller
    Robert Wilson Miller, Sr.
    Robert Wilson Miller, Jr.

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