Ann P WARREN was
born on 24 Mar 1831 in Fletcher,Franklin Co,Vermont. Parents:
Philander WARREN and Lucy LEACH.|
Emily WARREN was born on 15 Jul 1817 in Fletcher,Franklin Co,Vermont. Parents: Philander WARREN and Lucy LEACH.
Guy WARREN was born on 20 Aug 1825 in Fletcher,Franklin Co,Vermont. Parents: Philander WARREN and Lucy LEACH.
Harmon WARREN WARREN was born on 10 Feb 1819 in Fairfax,Franklin Co,Vermont. Parents: Philander WARREN and Lucy LEACH.
Hiram WARREN was born about 1799. Parents: Ichabod WARREN and Anna LEARNED.
Ichabod WARREN was born about 1755. He died in Fairfield,Franklin Co, Vermont. He was buried in Mudget Cem, Fairfield, Franklin Co, Vermont. This data is based on a letter from Paul W Dumais, M. Ed. Genealogist, 7 Iby
St, So Burlington, VT, dated 7 Dec, 1976 to Chy.
Photocopy of records from Westford and Fairfax.
1790 census, Cambridge, Franklin, VT. 1-3-3-0-0
Jasper WARREN was born about 1798. Parents: Ichabod WARREN and Anna LEARNED.
John WARREN was born about 1408.
John Bentley WARREN was born on 10 Aug 1812 in Fletcher, Franklin Co,Vermont. Parents: Philander WARREN and Lucy LEACH.
Sir Lawrence WARREN WARREN was born between 1425 and 35. He died before 1474. Parents: John WARREN and Isabel STANLEY.
Lester WARREN was born on 13 Jul 1813 in Fletcher,Franklin Co,Vermont. Parents: Philander WARREN and Lucy LEACH.
Maria WARREN was born on 21 Oct 1823 in Fletcher, Franklin Co., Vermont. She died on 7 Aug 1903 in Fairfield, Clay Co., Nebraska. She was buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Fairfield, Clay Co., Nebraska. Parents: Philander WARREN and Lucy LEACH.
Nathan WARREN was born on 20 Aug 1825 in Fletcher,Franklin Co,Vermont. Parents: Philander WARREN and Lucy LEACH.
Pearl lena WARREN was born in 1897. She died in 1948.
Children were: Claude Ervin DAVIS.
Philander WARREN was born on 11 Apr 1788 in New Hampshire. 1870 census, does not appear.
1860 census, living with Harmon Warren, son, Fletcher, VT age 73,says born NH
1850 census, living with Harmon Warren, Fletcher, VT age 62, says born in Conn.
1840 census, living with wife and one son, two daughters.
1830 census, living with wife, four sons, four daughters, and one female 70-80
Death, 80 yrs, 7 mos, 17 days. Paralysis. He died on 28 Nov 1868 in Fairfield, Franklin Co., Vermont. He appeared on the census of 1830,1840,1850,1860 in Fletcher, Franklin Co, Vermont USA. CENSUS: 1830 Fletcher, Franklin Co, VT; pg 45.
CENSUS: 1840 Fletcher, Franklin Co, VT; pg 4.
CENSUS: 1850 Fletcher, Franklin Co, VT; pg. ; line 9. age 62.
CENSUS: 1860 Fairfax, Franklin Co, VT; pg 18; line 16. age 73.
1870 census, does not appear.
1860 census, living with Harmon Warren, son, Fletcher, VT age 73, says born NH
1850 census, living with Harmon Warren, Fletcher, VT age 62, says born in" Can.
or "Conn" hard to read.
1840 census, living with wife and one son, two daughters.
1830 census, living with wife, four sons, four daughters, and one female 70-80
Death, 80 yrs, 7 mos, 17 days. Paralysis. He was buried in Leach-Fairview Cemetery, East Fairfield, Franklin Co., Vermont. Parents: Ichabod WARREN and Anna LEARNED.
Quincy WARREN was born about 1792. Parents: Ichabod WARREN and Anna LEARNED.
Sarah WARREN was born on 9 Nov 1820 in Fletcher,Franklin Co,Vermont. Parents: Philander WARREN and Lucy LEACH.
Theophilus WARREN was born about 1777. Parents: Ichabod WARREN and Anna LEARNED.
Harm WATERMILLER was born on 24 Nov 1879 in Ackley, IA, (USA).
He was married to Grietje (Grace, Greitze) MOSSEL on 29 Jun 1906 in Iowa, (USA).
Henry Leroy WATKINS
Joannie Melee WATKINS (Private). Parents: Henry Leroy WATKINS and Thomosina Lois LORENTZ.
Elsche Hinrichs WATTJES was born on 8 Jan 1826 in Timmel. She died on 30 Jan 1900 in Nokomis, Illinois.
She was married to Cornelius CORNELIUS on 5 Jun 1850 in Hesel.
Jace Michael WATTS (Private). Parents: Michael Darrren WATTS and Angela Sue GRANT.
Jaden Thomas WATTS (Private). Parents: Michael Darrren WATTS and Angela Sue GRANT.
Jaremy Shaun WATTS (Private). Parents: Michael Darrren WATTS and Angela Sue GRANT.
Jon Patrick WATTS (Private). Parents: Michael Darrren WATTS and Angela Sue GRANT.
Michael Darrren WATTS (Private).
Elizabeth WAYNE was born on 1 May 1794 in Pennsylvania or Kentucky. She died on 23 Sep 1880 in Page County, Iowa.
She was married to John DUNCAN on 5 Jul 1813 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Children were: Judith Ann DUNCAN, Thomas Roger DUNCAN, John Wayne DUNCAN, Alexander C. DUNCAN, Daniel DUNCAN, Mary Elizabeth DUNCAN, William DUNCAN.
She was married to Thomas Edward PEAK on 13 Aug 1993 in WA.
Mary WEAVER was born about 1725.
Thomas WEAVER was born in 1650.
He was married to Elizabeth STANLEY.
Ann E. WEBB was born in 1836 in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. She resided at in Jamesport, Daviess, MO. She Married Name Boyd. Parents: Jacob WEBB and Nancy STILL.
Charles Owen WEBB was born on 27 Sep 1897 in Paxico, Wanbaumee, KS. He died on 21 Nov 1956 in Pueblo, Colorado. He resided at Residential full care facility, Pueblo, CO. Charles received a dibilatating head injury from a horse, leaving him intellectually handicapped requiring full time residential care when his parents could no longer care for him. He resided at in Milliken, Weld County, Colorado. He Never Married. Parents: Owen Edgar WEBB M.D. and Esther Caroline WILLMS.
Claude WEBB resided at in 1948 in Denver, CO (time of Father's death). He was a Telegraph operator & plumber in Denver CO. Parents: Lowrey Waldo WEBB and Rosa A. SHELL.
Donald WEBB (Private). Parents: William Royal WEBB and Mary PRICE.
Edgar WEBB resided at in 1948 in Larned, Pawnee, Kansas (at time of his Father's death). Parents: Lowrey Waldo WEBB and Rosa A. SHELL.
Eva May WEBB was born on 4 Apr 1869 in Batavia, Jefferson, Iowa. She resided at 1913 and 1948 in Tuscola, Douglas, IL (1913 at time of her brother Herbert O. Webb's death). Parents: William P. WEBB and Nancy TROY.
Fleeta Faye WEBB (Private). Parents: Owen Edgar WEBB M.D. and Esther Caroline WILLMS.
Florence Esther WEBB was born on 14 May 1900 in Paxico, Wanbaumee, KS. She resided at in Hutchinson, Reno, Kansas in Aug 1907. She resided at in Greeley, Weld, CO in Aug 1910. She resided at in Johnstown, Weld, CO in 1914. She graduated on 26 Jun 1919 from Johnstown Union High School. (213) She attended College at Colorado State Teacher's College in Aug 1919 in Greeley, Colorado. The University of Northern Colorado opened on October 6, 1890, as the Colorado State Normal School to train qualified teachers for the state's public schools, with a staff of four instructors and 96 students offering certification after completing a two-year course. Greeley's citizens raised the necessary money for the first building. At that time, certificates were granted upon the completion of a two year course. In 1911 the school's name was changed to Colorado State Teachers College and offered bachelor degrees after completion of a four year course. In 1935 the name changed again to Colorado State College of Education to recognize the graduate program, which was started in 1913. In 1957 the name was shortened to Colorado State College to recognize the further growth of programs and offerings. Finally, in 1970 the name was changed to the current University of Northern Colorado She resided at in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA from 1923 to 1989. She was an US Post Office, Santa Monica CA (20 Years) from 1942 to 1962. She was widowed when husband dies of sudden heart attack at bowling alley. Florence never remarries. on 15 Jan 1960 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA. She resided at in May 1990 in Canoga Care Center, Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California. She died on 29 Oct 1991 in Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California. She was cremated on 29 Oct 1991 in Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California. She was described as Memories of Florence.(214) Memories of Florence Esther Webb Parker
Florence was a meticulous record keeper, physically fit, with a capable intellect.
From: Merle Capps Parker, (wife of Florence's youngest son Richard Owen Webb).
Mom was a practical lady, keeping records diligently-whether club, home budget or whatever she felt need it. I don't believe she ever spent money on luxuries for herself, but gave liberally when she saw the need for family or friends. She was very energetic and had various interests; lawn bowling, reading, music, board and card games, gathering with friends and family. She was a good housekeeper and was faithful worker at the Post Office for a number of years. Her life, as I saw it was kept to a routine as much as possible . She walked and exercised as much as she could until her health curtailed it. I know she loved her family and I do appreciate her kindness to me and mine through the years.
From (Betty Jean Parker Mossel, only daughter of Florence)
Good teacher at home and work
Good driver of car and bus
Loved my father
Ready to help anyone in need, especially family
Good daughter to her parents
Very good homemaker
Both parents loved us kids
From: Delbert Lee Parker, (Ed's Nephew, son of Ardie Golden Parker)
One time while visiting Uncle Ed and Aunt Florence's home in California we walked to the restaurant just around the corner from their home and leading the pack was Aunt Florence. We all had trouble keeping up with her. She was in good shape! I remember standing around the piano the day that I met Ann and listening and singing to Aunt Florence's playing. Just a great time. It was always a good time at their home and will not be forgotten!
Del Parker, November 2006
From: Ann Elizabeth Hansen Parker, (wife of Del Parker)
I remember Aunt Florence playing the piano and organ, and everyone gathering around singing all the old songs like "Mellow Mountain Moon"! Whenever I went to the post office in downtown Santa Monica she was always at her window ready to chat for a minute or two. Remember playing "spoons" card game at their dining room table many times.!! She was a very fast walker!!
Ann Parker, November 2006
From: Robert Webb Parker, (second son of Florence)
Mother was the dominant one in the family, she kept all the books, and finances. She was a graduate of Greely State Teacher's College. Was President of California State PTA at one time. Mother drove the cars as far back as I can recall. Her temperament was not as controlled as Dad's, nor as patient. When she had enough of your out of line actions, you were immediately notified by words and a swat. There was enough to warrant her actions with all of us kids. She always rented a big house from the "Sales Family" and it was always big. Mother took in renters and any relation that was in need. At one time there was Ruby, a cousin and her daughter Joan, "Josy Ann", Harold Meyers, renter, Jack Mossel, we four kids and probably others that I don't remember. Resources were not always in great supply, particularly during the depression, there were times when Dad was given the one piece of meat for dinner, the others ate something else. Mother always stretched the food and I can't remember being hungry. She was quite a woman.
Robert W. Parker, November 4, 2006
From: Jo Ann Monroe Parker, (wife of Robert W. Parker, daughter in law of Florence)
Mom Parker was such an energetic soul and able to "multi-task" (in todays language)!
She made several train trips to Texas after Dad died and we always had great fun-glad she got to know our Texas group and we enjoyed her too. She liked to play games and was a fierce competitor. I admired her ability to work so hard to see that her family was taken care of in every way. Also, she passed the Civil Service Test and was able to work many years at the Post Office. She made friends there and had a good life at that time.
From: Susan Parker Lee, (Granddaughter of Florence)
I remember how lucky Grandma Parker was. We went to a Rock show and she won the big prize, a lot of turquoise jewelry which I now have. Apparently, she stopped registering for the door prizes at her bowling club because she kept winning.
I remember her telling me once that it cost $52 for her and the kids to go back to Colorado to visit her parents in the summer. She saved a dollar a week out of her grocery money to dit it. She was a very good money manager.
She was also very strong. Apparently, I decided not to have my face washed. It defeated my mom but Grandma just grabbed, held me and washed my face. My mom learned from her example. One time Grandma came and insited on cooking for us. She made a ton of mashed potatoes. Mom kept saying that seemed like enough but she kept going. Of course it was too much, so she made up for it by filling us up with mashed postatoe donuts, pancake and much more. It was a long week.
One time after Grandpa died, Grandma came to visit bringing an old friend who had been Dad's coach. We played a silly game and he lsot and begin to sulk. Not a good sport. Grandma dumped him after that. She also told me abouit the millionaire who wantd to marry her (smart man) but she didn't want to tie herself down to a sick old man. I remember tooo tthat she always had all these supplements that she took (I'm the one who does now) and that she would sun bathe all the time. I can still sometimes smell the lotion she used but I couldn't tell you the name.
From: Patti Parker Davis, (Granddaughter of Florence)
The out going one, strict-practical.
Cooked and made so many things with ease.
Usually set the table outside with little net tents to protect the food.
One time her pickles or sour kraut she canned started exploding in the basement.
She was so calm.
Her Seaweed candy, white lawn bowling clothes, diaries.
She was a letter writer, a daily exerciser.
Her yellow and white car
Train trip to California with her---we had a compartment/pullman,
white gloves--so proper. I felt like a princess.
This was the world of travel I was not familiar with.
I thought it was wonderful and Grandma made me feel so special.
From: Bette Parker (Granddaughter of Florence)
I remember from the very beginning being told by Grandma that we shared the same name of Florence. Although I just really didn't like that name as a child, as an adult I found that with that name came strength, joy and determination. All the words I would use to describe Grandma.
I remember her teaching me how to use Comet to clean out a sink and her telling me to use "elbow grease" and her falling on the floor with laughter when I asked her where she kept the "elbow grease"!
On one trip to California she taught me how to make "finger curls" in my hair and helped me pin my hair so that they would stay in. Addie and I thought we were so pretty with our hair all curled up!
I remember her cooking and preparing food for all of us and the laughter that always found its way out of the kitchen and to the ears of everyone in their home. I know that much love went into each thing she did for her family and how hard she worked for it.
After Grandpa passed away, Grandma would come to Texas and we would, once again, see the sights here. I loved getting on the living room floor and exercising with Grandma every morning and being so impressed that woman her age could do those exercises! When she would leave us at the train station Pattie and I would stand there crying, and she took up the tradition of Grandpa's "Everything's going to be O.K." sign to us.
With both of them, (Grandma and Grandpa) the feeling of joy and thanksgiving in their precious family was conveyed to us in their acts of everyday living. To this day it still astounds me how these feelings were transmitted, many times, without words ever being said. I feel so deeply grateful that their influence imparted many of these gifts to my life.
She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Santa Monica. She PTA President. She Sports CoEd Lawn Bowling Women's Champion. Florence's father retired from Medical practice when she was 6 years old, and turned to farming and his many business interests.
Florence's High School Graduation
Commencement Pianist: Fleeta Webb, Class Roll: Florence Webb
Florence was artistic, made her own Christmas cards, and an excellent cook.
Florence: President Arranges Supper: So that fathers may attend, the Jefferson Parent-Teacher Association has arranged a supper meeting Wednesday at the Christian church for the setting of the Association's first program of the year. Mrs.(Florence Webb) H.E. PARKER is the new president.
Florence: Santa Monica Lawn Bowling teams for many years. She was the Women's Lawn Bowling Champion on more than one occassion, bowling on the lush Santa Monica lawns in her all white attire into her 80's. Parents: Owen Edgar WEBB M.D. and Esther Caroline WILLMS .
Hazel Merle WEBB (Private). Parents: Raleigh (Rollin) Troy WEBB and Leah Ann WILSON.
Herbert Otto WEBB was born on 23 Jan 1871 in Batavia, Jefferson, Iowa. He resided at in Oct 1873 in From Batavia, Jefferson, Iowa to Larned, Pawnee, Kansas. He died on 21 Feb 1913 in Larned, Pawnee, Kansas (T.B. 42 years and 28 days old). Herbert O. Webb's death, 21 Feb 1913, was due to pulmonary tuberculosis, from which he suffered for several years. Since last July he had been almost helpless. About a month ago he moved from his brother's home to the home of Jerry Line, so a nurse could be in constant attendance, and it was here he died. His brothers Lowrey and Owen and one sister, Mrs. Wheaton, (Nancy Rosetta "Rose" Webb) were here when he died. Mrs. Wheaton arrived a week prior to his death this being her first time home in ten years. Dr. Webb, who has been here about six weeks, will remain for a week or two to close up some business matters before returning to his home at Johnstown, Weld, CO. Herb was a quiet, good-natured young man, a lover of nature, and of the broad highways and quiet byways, a true sportsman, a lover of children, animals and helpless things, and a true gentelman always. Overshadowed by the disease which shortened his years, he was never married. Nothing remains to mar the memory of one who was ever thoughtful of others. He died on 21 Feb 1913 in Larned, Pawnee, Kansas (T.B. 42 years and 28 days old). Herbert O. Webb's death, 21 Feb 1913, was due to pulmonary tuberculosis, from which he suffered for several years. Since last July he had been almost helpless. About a month ago he moved from his brother's home to the home of Jerry Line, so a nurse could be in constant attendance, and it was here he died. His brothers Lowrey and Owen and one sister, Mrs. Wheaton, (Nancy Rosetta "Rose" Webb) were here when he died. Mrs. Wheaton arrived a week prior to his death this being her first time home in ten years. Dr. Webb, who has been here about six weeks, will remain for a week or two to close up some business matters before returning to his home at Johnstown, Weld, CO. Herb was a quiet, good-natured young man, a lover of nature, and of the broad highways and quiet byways, a true sportsman, a lover of children, animals and helpless things, and a true gentelman always. Overshadowed by the disease which shortened his years, he was never married. Nothing remains to mar the memory of one who was ever thoughtful of others. He was buried on 23 Feb 1913 in Larned, Pawnee, KS Cemetary. Funeral services held at L.W. Webb home.. Parents: William P. WEBB and Nancy TROY.
Jacob WEBB was born in 1800 in New Jersey. He resided at Huntingdon County, PA between 1832 and 1844. He resided at Moved to Jefferson County, Iowa (Batavia area) in Jun 1844. He died about 1885 in Fairfield, Jefferson, Iowa. Parents: Unknown WEBB and Elizabeth HOSKINS .
James S. WEBB was born in 1834 in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. He resided at in Migby, MO. Parents: Jacob WEBB and Nancy STILL.
Joni Marie WEBB Parents: Donald WEBB.
Judith Ann WEBB
Lee Ann WEBB Parents: Donald WEBB.
Lowrey Waldo WEBB was born on 28 Feb 1863 in Batavia, Jefferson, Iowa. Lowrey Webb was born in Jefferson County, Iowa 28 Feb 1863 and came to Larned with his parents Mr. and Mrs. William P. Webb in 1873. The journey being made by raidroad. The car of household goods was unloaded at Larned and William P. Webb took up as his homestead a tract of land a mile east of town. In those early years the river was always full of water but no timber grew along its banks, while now the Arkansas is almost a dead stream and its banks are lined with trees. Lowrey Webb grew up on the plains of kansas when this section was passing through its most discouraging period and from the hardships and struggles he witnessed as a boy, together with some experiences of his own that were by no means productive, he acquired somthing of an aversion to farming as a means of steady profit and turned himself to an occupation which was more nearly and expression of his talents for many years he was the leading auctioneer in this part of the state. He resided at in Oct 1873 in From Jefferson county , Iowa to Pawnee, Wanbaumee, Kansas. He was an Auctioneer in 1884. He was an Undersheriff, Pawnee, County, KS, 22 years old in 1885. He resided at in Feb 1913 in Larned, Pawnee, KS (Col. L.W. Webb at time of his brother Herbert O. Webb's death). He 5-Volume History "Kansas and Kansans" in 1917/18 in Larned, Pawnee, Kansas. Wm. C. Connelly, of Topeka, KS published a 5 volume history entitled "Kansas and Kansans" in which a history of the Lowrey Webb family was written. Volume 4, P2020. He died in 1941 in Larned, Pawnee, Kansas (79 Years old). Mr. Lowrey W. Webb, who had lived in Pawnee county longer than any other individual, died early Saturday morning, 1948, at the St. Rose hospital in Great Bend at the age of 79. Mr. Webb underwent an appendectomy just a week before his death and his condition had been serious from the first due to his advanced age and the seriousness of the operation. Lowrey Webb is survived by his four children Claude, Wallie, Willa and Edgar along with two brothers; Dr. O.E. Webb of Milliken, CO and W.W. Web of Beaumont, CA; two sisters, Mrs. George Timm of Tuscola, IL and Mrs howard Young of Burns, CO. His wife died in August 1930. He was a Sheriff, Pawnee county 1931 to 1935. He was buried in Larned, Pawnee, Kansas, Cemetery. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Beckwith Mortuary in charge of Rev. A.G. Cheney, pastor of the Presbyterian church. He was a in Cowboy, farm hand.. While a school boy, he contributed his labors to the support of the family household. He worked as a farm hand and was out on the frontier among the buffalo herds and the antelope, before those animals had been driven away forever. At the age of 21, he took up the profession of auctioneer. At 22 he was appointed undersheriff of Pawnee county and during that service he gained much experience as an auctioneer selling farms under foreclosure proceeedings. In the course of time he was giving practically all his efforts to auctioneering. He left Kansas and going to Denver, Colorado, he engaged in the ice business and was an auctioneer there for 15 years. While at Denver, he was a stockyards auctioneer and became an expert in selling cattle and other livestock. Mr. Webb returned to Larned from Denver and made his home here until his death. He served as sheriff of Pawnee county from 1931 to 1935. He attended in Jefferson Co., Iowa (Batavia Iowa area), Pawnee County.. Lowrey Webb acquired some education in the schools of Jefferson county, Iowa and attended a term or two of the district schools of Pawnee county. His chief education came from practical experience. While a school boy, he contributed his labors to the support of the family household. He worked as a cowboy, as a farm hand and was out on the frontier among the buffalo herds and the antelope, before those animals had been driven away forever. He resided at in Denver, CO (15 years-stockyard auctioneer & ice business). He Charter member of Local Knights of Phythias Lodge.. Parents: William P. WEBB and Nancy TROY.
He was married to Rosa A. SHELL on 17 Jan 1887. Lowrey Waldo Webb married 17 Jan 1887 Miss Rosa A. Shell, who was the daughter of P.W. Shell. She was born in 1863 at Terre Haute, Vigo, IN. The Shell family moved froom Indiana to Wayne county, Iowa and from there to Pawnee county KS in 1883. Children were: Claude WEBB, Wallie WEBB, Willa WEBB, Edgar WEBB.