Diane L. Jones
Generation No. 1 1. MAJ. JAMES1 WARREN was born October 14, 1771, and died May 23, 1854. He married SALLY. Notes for MAJ. JAMES WARREN: Major James Warren and his wife, Sarah, are buried in the Steep Falls Cemetery, Steep Falls, Maine. Their gravestones are gray slate and are among the earliest stones in the cemetery. There is a War of 1812 marker beside his gravestone. (This was here in 1999) Children of MAJ. WARREN and SALLY are: i. WILLIAM2 WARREN, b. December 12, 1794. ii. SALLY WARREN, b. October 02, 1796. iii. JOSEPH WARREN, b. October 14, 1798. iv. DARLING WARREN, b. September 08, 1800. 2. v. ABNER C. WARREN, b. July 14, 1802. vi. SOPHIA WARREN, b. July 04, 1804. 3. vii. JAMES WARREN, JR., b. May 16, 1806; d. April 03, 1889. viii. CLARISSA WARREN, b. November 01, 1809. ix. BENJAMIN WARREN, b. January 20, 1811. x. CHARLES F. WARREN, b. February 01, 1813; d. December 15, 1861. Generation No. 2 2. ABNER C.2 WARREN (MAJ. JAMES1) was born July 14, 1802. Child of ABNER C. WARREN is: 4. i. HENRY A.3 WARREN, b. November 1833, Limimgton, Maine; d. March 16, 1914. 3. JAMES2 WARREN, JR. (MAJ. JAMES1) was born May 16, 1806, and died April 03, 1889. He married SALLY GILMAN. Children of JAMES WARREN and SALLY GILMAN are: 5. i. BENJAMIN3 WARREN, b. March 14, 1838; d. June 23, 1905. ii. GEORGE W. WARREN, b. September 13, 1839. iii. GEORGE F. WARREN, b. August 20, 1841; d. November 27, 1892. iv. JEROME WARREN, b. October 08, 1849. v. ADELAIDE WARREN, b. January 20, 1856. Generation No. 3 4. HENRY A.3 WARREN (ABNER C.2, MAJ. JAMES1) was born November 1833 in Limimgton, Maine, and died in March 16, 1914. He married ABBIE E. THOMPSON 1865. Notes for HENRY A. WARREN: Conway:: Our veterans are one by one answering the call which bids them enter the life beyond the grave. The latest member of Custer Post to respond to the summons Henry A. Warren, who died at his home March 16, 1914, after a long period of failing health, during which he was faithfully cared for by his devoted wife. Mr. Warren was born in Limington, Maine in November 1833, the son of Abner C. Warren and his wife, who was Miss Zylpha Dyer of Hollis. In his youth he learned the mason's trade and worked at the business in Portland and vicinity. In September 1862, when a call came for troops he volunteered and enlisted in Gorham in Company K. of the 25th Maine under Col. Dow. The company to which he belonged was detailed for guard duty around Washington. The most of his nine months of service was passed at Arlington Heights. In July 1863 he was honorably discharged and returned to Maine, working at his trade in Saco. In 1865 he married Miss Abbie Thompson of Cornish, who survives him after almost fifty years of wedded life. The couple lived in Limington for a few years, moving to New Hampshire in 1873. Finding the work of bricklaying injurious to his eyes, Mr. Warren gave up that business and was employed upon the railroad for several years while living in Madison. Six children were born to the couple of whom four survive besides one adopted daughter. Thirty-two years ago the family came to Conway Village where Mr. Warren was employed by Henry Metcalf of the spool mills. Here he has made many friends who have a high regard for the many sterling qualities of character which have made of him so worthy a citizen, so obliging a neighbor and so excellent a husband and father. About ten years ago failing eyesight compelled him to retire from active life and during that time he has been nearly blind. His patience under that affliction has been unfailing and his cheerful acceptance of the inevitable made him a worth example for others. For many months a gradual breaking up of his powers both mental and physical has been taking place and the end when it came was a release from a bondage of ills. Funeral services were held at his home Wednesday of last week, with the Rev. A.T. Hillman in attendance. Miss Irene Hammond and the Congregational choir sang. The services were closed by the simple and impressive burial service with which the Grand Army honors their departed comrades. The remains were taken to Cornish, Maine for interment in the family lot. 1880 Madison, New Hampshire census: Henry A. Warren, 45 Abbie E., 34 Lucy E., 13 Chase A., 10 Harry W., 5 Children of HENRY WARREN and ABBIE THOMPSON are: i. LUCY E.4 WARREN. ii. CHASE A. WARREN. iii. MATTIE F. WARREN. iv. HARRY W WARREN, b. Madison, New Hampshire; d. January 06, 1941, Ossipee, New Hampshire. Notes for HARRY W WARREN: Harry Warren was 65 years old when he died. Notes from J. Keith Henney card file at the Fryeburg Historical Society. Obituary-North Conway Reporter, January 24, 1941--Funeral services were held Saturday at the undertaking parlors in Wolfeboro for Harry Warren formerly of Conway who died in the Wolfeboro hospital after an illness following a fall down a flight of stairs in Ossipee where he was boarding. He was a well known in Conway being the son of Henry and Abbie Thompson Warren who for years were residents of the village. He spent several years in the West and later in Boston. Since failing health forced his retirement from business activity he has been in Conway much of the time. He leaves one sister, Mrs. Mattie Taylor of Dedham and one brother, Arthur Warren of Reading and an adopted sister, Mrs. Agnes Rich of Boston. Interment was in the family lot in Cornish, Maine. v. AGNES WARREN, b. May 03, 1888; Adopted child. Notes for AGNES WARREN: Taken from the card file compiled by J. Keith Henney owned by the Fryeburg Historical Society: On July 25, Mrs. Henry Warren adopted Agnes Thurston, 3rd child of Jerome S. and Agnes A. Thurston, and changed the girl's name to Warren. The adopted child was born May 3, 1888; her mother died in June 1888. Appears in 1878 Madison town register. (Jesse Harmon) 1875, Feb. 20, appears in Madison check list 1876, Feb. 26, appears in Madison check list 5. BENJAMIN3 WARREN (JAMES2, MAJ. JAMES1) was born March 14, 1838, and died June 23, 1905. He married EMMA M.. Children of BENJAMIN WARREN and EMMA M. are: i. SAMUEL4 WARREN. ii. LILLA WARREN. 6. iii. JAMES HENRY WARREN, b. 1868, Standish, Maine; d. March 21, 1944, Standish, Maine. Generation No. 4 6. JAMES HENRY4 WARREN (BENJAMIN3, JAMES2, MAJ. JAMES1) was born 1868 in Standish, Maine, and died March 21, 1944 in Standish, Maine. He married LENORA BETSY ARCHIBALD, daughter of AMOS ARCHIBALD and LOUISE LUNT. Notes for JAMES HENRY WARREN: James Henry Warren was a cook on the railroad trains and then was a carpenter. More About JAMES HENRY WARREN: Medical Information: James Henry Warren had asthma. He was also deaf in old age. Notes for LENORA BETSY ARCHIBALD: Lenora had an operation years before (abdomen, probably hysterectomy). She had a maid and was recovering from a stroke when she got up and walked over to a tree and dropped dead. *Notes made by Eva Warren one day she visited my grandmother (Clara Louise Bauckman Warren). More About LENORA BETSY ARCHIBALD: Medical Information: Lenora had a previous operation, possibly a hysterectomy. She had a stroke and dropped dead. Children of JAMES WARREN and LENORA ARCHIBALD are: i. ALLEN5 WARREN, b. May 30, 1890; d. February 11, 1894. 7. ii. JAMES ARTHUR WARREN, b. December 04, 1891; d. February 06, 1965. iii. EMMA LOUISE WARREN, b. September 13, 1893. 8. iv. NEIL CLIFFORD WARREN, b. October 06, 1895, Standish, Maine; d. September 12, 1976, Portland, Maine. v. ALICE WARREN, b. January 31, 1897. vi. CURTIS ALTON WARREN, b. November 16, 1900. vii. SALLIE IRENE WARREN, b. March 16, 1902. viii. BENJAMIN WARREN, b. 1904. Notes for BENJAMIN WARREN: Benjamin was married a short time to a girl that worked for his father. She left him and went to Texas. She told my grandmother ( Clara Louise Bauckman Warren) "I believe in treating them rough and telling them nothing". It turned out that she was leaving him, but nobody knew it at the time. More About BENJAMIN WARREN: Medical Information: Benjamin Warren had asthma and diabetes. Generation No. 5 7. JAMES ARTHUR5 WARREN (JAMES HENRY4, BENJAMIN3, JAMES2, MAJ. JAMES1) was born December 04, 1891, and died February 06, 1965. He married GERTRUDE FLORENCE BOOTHBY March 06, 1911. Children of JAMES WARREN and GERTRUDE BOOTHBY are: i. WINONA GERTRUDE6 WARREN, b. March 23, 1912; m. PAUL GEORGE CHAPMAN MORTON, September 25, 1940. 9. ii. ROLAND ELMORE WARREN, b. June 16, 1914; d. February 1999, Fryeburg, Maine. iii. ALTON BOOTHBY WARREN, b. June 06, 1917; d. December 20, 1945. 10. iv. JAMES GORDON WARREN, b. July 05, 1926; d. November 05, 1984. 11. v. CHARLES RODNEY WARREN, b. October 06, 1926. 12. vi. DONALD ARTHUR WARREN, b. February 27, 1931. vii. BEVERLY ELAINE WARREN, b. February 05, 1932; d. February 09, 1932. 13. viii. HAROLD WENDALL WARREN, b. June 18, 1933. 14. ix. RITA DAWN WARREN, b. April 21, 1936. 8. NEIL CLIFFORD5 WARREN (JAMES HENRY4, BENJAMIN3, JAMES2, MAJ. JAMES1) was born October 06, 1895 in Standish, Maine, and died September 12, 1976 in Portland, Maine. He married (1) CLARA LOUISE BAUCKMAN December 31, 1919 in Baldwin, Maine, daughter of HARRIET L. RICHARDSON. He married (2) CLARA LOUISE BAUCKMAN December 31, 1919 in Baldwin, Maine, daughter of ERNEST BAUCKMAN and HARRIET RICHARDSON. Notes for NEIL CLIFFORD WARREN: Steep Falls, Maine Enlistment Record Scale of Marks: 0,Bad; 1, Indifferent; 2, Good; 4, Very Good; 5, Excellent Name: Neil C. Warren Rate: F3c Enlisted: February 9, 1918 at Portland, Maine For: DW years Total Naval Service: 1 yr 8 months Served apprenticeship Gun Captain Certificate Certificate of Graduation P.O. School Seamen Gunner Trade Citizenship: US Ratings held during enlistment: F3c, F2c, F1c Proficiency in Rating: 3.4 Sobriety: 4 Obedience: 4 Average standing for term of enlistment: 3.8 Signed: E. J. Damon, Lieutenant, U.S.N. Discharged: October 17, 1919 at Hingham, Massachusetts (certificate No. 91781) (button delivered: yes) War Service Certificate, United States Navy #169491 "This certifies that Neil Clifford Warren, U.S.N. performed honorable active service in the United States Navy from February 9, 1918 to October 17, 1919 on board the following ships and stations: NTS, Newport, R.I.; R/S at NY; USS Bali; USN Base 18; USS Pastores; R/S at Boston. Taken from THE ROSTER OF MAINE IN THE MILITARY SERVICE OF THE UNITED STATES AND ALLIES IN THE WORLD WAR, 1917 - 1919, Vol. II Army N - Z, published under the direction of James W. Hanson, Adjutant General by Authority of the State Legislature, 1929, Augusta, Maine, 1929 (Page 1192) Warren, Neil C. 162-98-53 Born in Steep Falls, Maine, October 6, 1895 Residence: Steep Falls, Maine Enl: USN, Portland, February 9, 1918 F3c 173 days; F2c 102 days; F1c Served at: NTS Newport, R.I. February 14, 1918 to March 24, 1918; R/S NY March 24, 1918 to March 28, 1918; USS Bali March 28, 1918 to November 11, 1918. Discharged R/S Boston, Massachusetts October 17, 1919. Notes for CLARA LOUISE BAUCKMAN: Clara L. Warren East Baldwin--Clara L. Warren, 86, widow of Neil C. Warren, died Saturday at a Portland hospital. She was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the daughter of Ernest and Harriet Richardson Bauckman, and came to Maine at an early age. She has lived in the Baldwin area most of her life. She attended Baldwin schools and graduated from the former Cornish High School. Mr. Warren died in 1976. She was a member of the East Baldwin Congregational Church, a life member of the Mt. Etna Grange in North Baldwin and a former member of the Standish American Legion Auxiliary. Surviving are two sons, Carl D. Warren of Fryeburg and Ernest C. Warren of East Baldwin; a niece, Jean Darling of Cumberland; a brother, Harry Bauckman of Zephyrhills, Florida; a sister, Helen Merritt of Westbrook; six grandchildren and several great grandchildren. A funeral srvice will be held at 2 P.M. Wednesday at the East Baldwin Congregational Church with the Rev. Vesta Thompson officiating. Interment will be in the Steep Falls Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Wood Funeral Home, Fryeburg. __________________________________________________________________________ __________ WARREN--In Portland, December 6, Clara L., widow of Neil C. Warren of East Baldwin. Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the East Baldwin Congregational Church. Relatives and friends may call at the Wood Funeral Home, Fryeburg, Tuesday afternoon and evening from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Marriage Notes for NEIL WARREN and CLARA BAUCKMAN: STEEP FALLS, SAILOR TAKES EAST BALDWIN GIRL AS BRIDE STEEP FALLS, Jan. 5, 1920 Neil Clifford Warren is receiving congratulations upon his marriage last Wednesday to Miss Clara Louise Bauckman. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bauckman was prettily decorated in green and white and under an arch of the same decorations, their oldest daughter, Clara Louise was united in marriage to Mr. Warren. The double ring service was used. Rev. L.D. Tibbetts of the Free Baptist Church performed the ceremony. Lohengrin's Wedding March was played by Miss Mabel Richardson. The Bride was becomingly gowned in Copenhagen blue taffeta. Mr. and Mrs. Warren are spending their honeymoon in Portland. Miss Bauckman is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bauckman of East Baldwin, Maine. She attended the East Baldwin School and Cornish High School. Mr. Warren is a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Warren. After finishing in the village schools he was employed by the Androscoggin Pulp Company and 21 months ago enlisted in the navy. He made nine trips across the Atlantic on freighters and transports. Those attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Richardson and famly, Howard Richardson, D.T. Richardson, Mrs. Mabel Richardson of East Baldwin, Mr. J.H. Warren and family of Steep Falls, Miss Harriet Ray of Hiram and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Warren of Steep Falls. Children of NEIL WARREN and CLARA BAUCKMAN are: 15. i. CARL DOUGLAS6 WARREN, b. February 13, 1923, East Baldwin, Maine. ii. ERNEST CLIFFORD WARREN, b. March 13, 1924.
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