Thankful Warner

Female 1697 - 1779


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Thankful Warner was born 2 May 1697, Windham, Conneticut (daughter of Andrew Warner and Deborah Leffingwell); died 14 Jul 1779.

    Thankful married John Huntington [Group Sheet]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Andrew Warner was born 24 Feb 1673, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts (son of Isaac Warner and Sarah Boltwood); died 31 Jan 1732, Mansfield, Tolland County, Connecticut.

    Andrew married Deborah Leffingwell 1696, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts. Deborah (daughter of Thomas Leffingwell and Mary Bushwell) was born Abt 1674, East Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Deborah Leffingwell was born Abt 1674, East Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut (daughter of Thomas Leffingwell and Mary Bushwell).
    Children:
    1. 1. Thankful Warner was born 2 May 1697, Windham, Conneticut; died 14 Jul 1779.
    2. Joseph Warner was born 28 Apr 1700.
    3. Mary Warner was born Apr 1703; died 23 Oct 1782.
    4. Thomas Warner was born Apr 1705.
    5. Elisha Warner was born Apr 1707, Windham County, Connecticut; died 21 Aug 1751, Mansfield, Tolland County, Connecticut.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Isaac Warner was born 13 Jan 1645, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut (son of Andrew Warner and Mary Margaret Humphrey); died 1691, Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts.

    Isaac married Sarah Boltwood 31 May 1666, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. Sarah (daughter of Robert Boltwood and Mary Gernor) was born 1650, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts; died 14 Jul 1726, Lebanon, New London, Conneticut. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Sarah Boltwood was born 1650, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts (daughter of Robert Boltwood and Mary Gernor); died 14 Jul 1726, Lebanon, New London, Conneticut.
    Children:
    1. Lydia Warner
    2. Mehilabel Warner died 8 Dec 1760.
    3. Sarah Warner was born 2 May 1668.
    4. Isaac Warner was born 13 Jan 1670; died 8 Sep 1754.
    5. Mary Warner was born 6 Jan 1672.
    6. 2. Andrew Warner was born 24 Feb 1673, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts; died 31 Jan 1732, Mansfield, Tolland County, Connecticut.
    7. Hannah Warner was born 14 Nov 1674.
    8. Ebenezer Warner was born 25 Feb 1677.
    9. Daniel Warner was born 25 Feb 1677, Hadley, Ma; died 21 Dec 1711.
    10. Samuel Warner was born 14 Mar 1681.
    11. Ruth Warner was born 18 Oct 1682.
    12. Ichabod Warner was born Abt 1684.
    13. Mercy Warner was born 25 Sep 1685, Deerfield, Mass.; died 15 Oct 1759, Hebron, Ct.
    14. Thankful Warner was born 1688, Hartford, Conneticut; died 13 May 1751.

  3. 6.  Thomas Leffingwell was born 27 Aug 1649, Saybrook Middlesex, Connecticut (son of Thomas Leffingwell and Mary White).

    Thomas — Mary Bushwell. Mary (daughter of Richard Bushwell and Marie Marvin) was born 4 Jan 1655, Saybrook Middlesex, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Mary Bushwell was born 4 Jan 1655, Saybrook Middlesex, Connecticut (daughter of Richard Bushwell and Marie Marvin).
    Children:
    1. 3. Deborah Leffingwell was born Abt 1674, East Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.
    2. Thomas Leffingwell was born 11 Mar 1675, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
    3. Elizabeth Leffingwell was born Nov 1676, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
    4. Anne Leffingwell was born 25 Jan 1680, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
    5. Mary Leffingwell was born 11 Mar 1682, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
    6. Zurviah Leffingwell was born 17 Oct 1686, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
    7. John Leffingwell was born 2 Feb 1688, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
    8. Abigail Leffingwell was born 14 Sep 1691, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
    9. Benjah Leffingwell was born 9 Aug 1693, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
    10. Hezekiah Leffingwell was born 18 Nov 1695, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Andrew Warner was born Between 1594 and 1595, Cambridge, England (son of John Warner and Mary Purchas, son of John Warner and Margaret); died 18 Dec 1684, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

    Notes:

    The early colonial records show that there were five Warner brothers immigrants who came to America in or before 1639.
    1. The first was Andrew Warner who was residing in Cambridge in 1632, he arrived in Cambridge on the ship "Lyon" arriving on 2, Nov 1631. With his was his wife and two children, Mary and Andrew.

    2. One was John Warner, who came on the ship Increase in 1635 and settled in Providence Rhode Island in or before 1637.

    3. The third William Warner who came from England in 1637 with two sons John and David and settled in Ipswich, Mass.

    4. The fourth John was one of the original settlers of Farmington.

    5. The fifth was Captain Augustine Warner who settled in Virginia i 1628. His son Col. Augustine was educated in England he married Mildred Reade and their daughter Mildred Warner married Lawrence Washington grandfather of Gen. George Washington.
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    Andrew remained in England until he was about 35 years old. He was also a Maltster (maker of malt) and was in the brewing business. He had his own still for distilling cordials, sweet waters from herbs, flowers and spices. The malting business established by Andrew Warner was continued for 130 years by three generations of his descendants. He was very active and stirred with the Puritan preaching of Rev. Hooker. Thought he came to American following Hooker and escaping the persecution of Puritan's in England during that time. He stayed with Hooker until the Rev's death, even following him to CT. Andrew lived to be about 90, and stayed very active in community affairs until his death. Andrew Warner died at the age of 75, and no monument marks his grave in Hadley, but nearby Mount Warner is a monument to his memory. (From "Warner Family, Desc. of Andrw" Warner & Nichols, 1919)

    The first direct mention of Andrew Warner in America is an entry in the town records of Cambridge, Mass, then known as "Newtowne." The records indicate that Andrw Warner was among the more prominent and wealthy members of the new colony. (Taken from the Descendants of Andrew Warner) Andrew was a deacon in his church...... Andrew took the oat of "freeman" on 14 May, 1634 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Mass. He moved in 1636 to Harford, Hartford Connecticut. In February of 1640 he was appointed to help study how cattle could be kept from trespassing. He was one of the earliest settlers in 1659 in Hadley, Hampshire Massachusetts. He signed a will on 16 June 1681. He had an estate probated on 31 Mar 1685. He served as selectman. (?) (Portions taken from Taken from Colonial Families of the United States of America: Vol 4)

    On December 20, 1636, he sold his home and land in Cambridge, Mass (Newtowne), and moved to Hartford, Conn. The first mention of him in the records of Hartford are in February 1639. On November 17, 1659 he sold his home in Harford and moved to the village of Hadley, Conn. sometime after 1660.

    His will dated June 18, 1681, named his wife Ester and son Daniel as executors of his will.

    The life of Andrew Warner was remarkable because of the times in which he lived, as well as because of many important incidents connected with his own distinguished career. Born in the reign of Queen Elizabeth he outlived the reign of two kings and the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell and saw the restoration to the throne of King Charles II. His life there covers the entire period of the religious persecution i England and the great flood of emigration which settled and gave character to American colonies. Andrew was a very sturdy Puritan, with the belief of greater religious freedom. To gain this freedom he willingly sacrificed his comforts of civilization in old England for an unknown destiny in a unexplored country. In making his journey to America, it impelled him to take up a life of self denial privation hardship and danger in the depths of the New England wilderness, that he might be independent and might worship God i the manner dictated by his conscience.

    Andrew married Mary Margaret Humphrey 15 Oct 1624, Thaxted, Essex, England. Mary (daughter of Robert Humphrey and Ann Holland) was born 1599, Great Waltham, Essex, England; died 1693, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Mary Margaret Humphrey was born 1599, Great Waltham, Essex, England (daughter of Robert Humphrey and Ann Holland); died 1693, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
    Children:
    1. John Warner
    2. Ruth Warner
    3. Jacob Warner
    4. John Warner
    5. Mary Mercy Warner was born 12 May 1620, England.
    6. Andrew Warner was born 1622, England; died 26 Jan 1681, Middletown, Conneticut.
    7. Robert Warner was born 1626, Cambridge, Mass.; died 10 Apr 1690, middletown, Conneticut.
    8. John Warner was born 1629; died 24 Jan 1699, middletown, Conneticut.
    9. Hannah Warner was born Abt 1632; died 3 Sep 1682, Hartford, Conneticut.
    10. Daniel Warner was born 1635; died 30 Apr 1692, Hatfield, Ma.
    11. 4. Isaac Warner was born 13 Jan 1645, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; died 1691, Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts.
    12. Ruth Warner was born 1647; died Aft 1732.

  3. 10.  Robert Boltwood was born 1620, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts (son of Thomas Boltwood); died 6 Apr 1684, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

    Robert — Mary Gernor. Mary was born 1626; died 14 May 1687, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Mary Gernor was born 1626; died 14 May 1687, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
    Children:
    1. Mary Boltwood
    2. Samual Boltwood died 28 Feb 1703, Deerfield, Mass..
    3. Lydia Boltwood
    4. Martha Boltwood died 22 Sep 1710.
    5. 5. Sarah Boltwood was born 1650, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts; died 14 Jul 1726, Lebanon, New London, Conneticut.

  5. 12.  Thomas Leffingwell was born Abt 1622, Croxhall, England (son of William Leffingwell); died Between 1710 and 1714, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.

    Thomas — Mary White. Mary was born 1622, England; died Between 1710 and 1711, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  6. 13.  Mary White was born 1622, England; died Between 1710 and 1711, Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
    Children:
    1. 6. Thomas Leffingwell was born 27 Aug 1649, Saybrook Middlesex, Connecticut.

  7. 14.  Richard Bushwell was born Between 1618 and 1623, Horsham, Sussex, England; died 17 Jul 1660, Norwalk, Middlesex, Connecticut.

    Richard married Marie Marvin 11 Oct 1648, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. Marie was born 15 Dec 1628, Great Bentley, Essex, England; died 26 Mar 1713, Norwalk, Middlesex, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  8. 15.  Marie Marvin was born 15 Dec 1628, Great Bentley, Essex, England; died 26 Mar 1713, Norwalk, Middlesex, Connecticut.
    Children:
    1. Richard Bushwell was born 11 Oct 1648.
    2. Francis Bushwell was born 6 Jan 1650.
    3. Joseph Bushwell was born May 1651.
    4. Richard Bushwell was born 10 Sep 1652.
    5. 7. Mary Bushwell was born 4 Jan 1655, Saybrook Middlesex, Connecticut.
    6. Mercie Bushwell was born Mar 1657.