Joan Warne

     Joan Warne was also known as Johanna in records.
Joan Warne married John Ruby on 3 February 1611/12 in St Germans, Cornwall.

Children of Joan Warne and John Ruby

Major Edward Warner

(4 April 1615 - )
      Brian B... in an email of July 2001 wrote that the Warners originated in Balsham, Cambridge with the Reverend Thomas Warner (1650?-1657). One of his sons, Edward was apparently awarded land in or around Cork for service in the Civil War and emigrated to Woodville in the 1650s. There he married Elinor Magner and raised a family. Their daughter, Margaret, married Rev. Stephen Handcock of Athlone and
raised a family, Venn states that =Margaret was the daughter of A T [Augustus Thomas] Warner.
Major Edward Warner married Eleanor Magner in Ireland.
Major Edward Warner married Susanna Unknown (Evatt). Major Edward Warner was christened on 4 April 1615 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire, England. He was the son of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton.

Child of Major Edward Warner and Eleanor Magner

Elizabeth Warner

(28 January 1618 - )
     Elizabeth Warner was christened on 28 January 1618 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton.

Emma Warner

(circa 1801 - )
     Emma Warner was born circa 1801 in Piccadilly, London, England. She may be the Emma Warner baptised 10 Jun 1800 at St George, Hanover Square, daughter of Pilgrim & Elizabeth Warner, born 12 March 1800. He married Emma Sand/Sard in 1793.
     Emma Warner married Nathaniel Hooper as his second wife, in September 1837 in Kensington RD, Middlesex.
     Emma Warner and Nathaniel Hooper were recorded on the 1841 census in Greville Place, St Marylebone, Westminster. Nathaniel Hooper, 45, solicitor; Emma 40, Katharine 14; Elizabeth 13; Mary 11; Emma 2, Eliza 11 weeks, all except Katharine born in the county.
     Emma Warner and Nathaniel Hooper were recorded on the 1851 census in The Rise, Richmond, Surrey. Nathaniel Hooper, head, 58, solicitor, born Mdx St Geo Hanover Square, his wife Emma aged 50, ditto, and daughters Catherine Saxon 24, born Evercreech, Somerset; Elizabeth Saxon aged 23, born Fulham, Middlesex; Mary aged 21, born Fulham, Emma A W aged 12, scholar at home, born Kensington and Cecilia Petersdorff aged 7, ditto, born St Mary le Bow. Emma Warner was an executor of Nathaniel Hooper's estate on 1 April 1858 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Emma Warner was recorded on the 1861 census in 3 Park Villas, Datchet, Buckinghamshire. Emma Hooper, head,widow, aged 59, widow of a solicitor, born London, Mdx; Katherine S Hooper, step daughter, unmarried, 34, fundholder, born Evercreech, Somerset; Elizabeth S Hooper, step daughter aged 33, fundholder, born Fulham, Mdx; Emma A W Hooper, daughter, aged 22, fundholder, born Brompton, Mdx; Cecilia P Hooper, daugher 17, born ... Mdx; with a cook and a housemaid.
     Emma Warner was recorded on the 1871 census in Parke Rd, Tonbridge, Kent. Emma Hooper, head, widow, aged 69, freehold & leasehold, born Piccadilly, Mdx; Catherine S Hooper, daughter, unmarried, 44, fund holder, born Evercreech, Som; Cecila P Hooper, daughter, unmarried, 27, fund holder, born Kilburn Mdx; with two servants.

Children of Emma Warner and Nathaniel Hooper

Lt Col Henry Warner

( - circa 1645)
     Lt Col Henry Warner was the son of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton.
     Henry matriculated in 1629.
     Henry died circa 1645. He may be the father of Dorothy Warner, daughter of Henry Warner, baptised at Balsham 7 Sep 1637.

Margaret Warner

(1663 - 1709 or 1721)
     Margaret Warner was born in 1663 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Augustus Thomas Warner and widow of Francis Evatt of Kilgrifffe.
However Ebmoeran@aol.com on Aug 06 2001 wrote: I posted my family tree, such as it is, on:
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=ebmoeran
And that includes all I have regarding the Warner/Handcock branch of the family. I know there are some relationship errors in my Rootsweb submission. I made numerous requests to those who may know the correct relationships to send me what they have. I have resisted publishing the material, knowing of the errors, but finally made the decision that I may get responses to the posting and make the corrections based on information from the new respondents.
Having said all that here is her heritage, Descendants of Thomas Warner:
1 Thomas Warner 1580 - 1657
Thomas matriculated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, winning a BA in 1604-05, MA in 1608, and DD in 1624. He was Rector of Balsham from 1611 to 1642. He is buried at Balsham.
The Victoria County History of Cambridge mentions Dr Warner as follows:
"In 1650 the rector, Dr Thomas Warner, was found to be a worthy, painful and godly preacher. In 1654, Thomas was nominated to assist Commission investigating scandalous ministers. He was not a scandalous minister, according to Emanuel College, Cambridge, biography."
+Anne Eaton - 1629
........ 2 Anne Warner
........... +Samuel Coxe
.................. 3 Sarah Coxe 1631 -
........ 2 Henry Warner - 1645
........... +Elizabeth Phillips - 1638
.................. 3 Dorothy Warner 1637 -
........ 2 Thomas Warner 1611 - 1612
........ 2 Edward Warner 1615 - 1667
According to church records (Balsham Parish), Edward was christened on April 4, 1615.
........... He was a Major in the Army, married Elinor in Ireland and settled on one of his estates at Woodsville, Co. Cork.
+Susanna (Evatt)
........ *2nd Wife of Edward Warner:
........... +Elinor Magner 1634 -
.................. 3 Elizabeth Warner
.................. 3 Anne Warner 1656 - 1700
..................... +Thomas Boles 1650 - 1693
.................. 3 Thomas Warner 1658 - 1659
.................. 3 Sarah Warner 1660 -
..................... +Simon Eaton
.................. 3 Thomas Warner 1661 -
..................... +Elizabeth Evatt
.................. 3 Margaret Warner 1663 - 1709
..................... +Francis Evatt
.................. *2nd Husband of Margaret Warner:
In the book, 'The Grand Juries of
Westmeath' Margaret is referred to as having been from Dunmoylin. The biographical data obtained from the Representative Church Body (Church of
Ireland) states that Margaret is the daughter of Augustus [Thomas] Warner. However land Indentures at the National Library of Ireland identify her as she is represented here. This was selected because it was taken from an original document and not transcribed.
..................... +Stephen Handcock 1657 - 1718
.................. 3 Henry Warner 1664 - 1739
.................. 3 Jane Warner 1665 -
..................... +William Burdett
........ 2 Susanna Warner 1617 - 1701
........... +Chichester Phillips 1612 - 1656
.................. 3 Thomas Phillips
.................. 3 Anne Phillips 1643 -
.................. 3 Chichester Phillips 1647 - 1728
..................... +Sarah Handcock 1664 -
........ *2nd Husband of Susanna Warner:
........... +Symon Eaton - 1698
.................. 3 Symon Eaton 1660 -
..................... +Mary Aldworth 1660 -
........ 2 Elizabeth Warner 1618 -
........ 2 Rose Warner 1622 -
........ 2 Thomas Warner 1625 -
*2nd Wife of Thomas Warner:
. +Anne Nicholson. She was the daughter of Major Edward Warner and Eleanor Magner.
Margaret Warner married Francis Evatt. He was of Kilgriffe.
Margaret Warner married Very Rev Stephen Handcock as her second husband, on 26 August 1688..
     Margaret died in 1709 or 1721. She and Gustavus Handcock were beneficiaries in Very Rev Stephen Handcock's will proved 4 July 1718 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Children of Margaret Warner and Very Rev Stephen Handcock

Rose Warner

(7 April 1622 - )
     Rose Warner was christened on 7 April 1622 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton.

Susanna Warner

(2 January 1617 - 1701)
     Susanna Warner was christened on 2 January 1617 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. She was the daughter of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton.
Susanna Warner married Chichester Phillips on 26 February 1647 in St Gregory by St Paul, London.
     Susanna died in 1701.

Child of Susanna Warner and Chichester Phillips

Thomas Warner

(13 January 1611 - )
     Thomas Warner was christened on 13 January 1611 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. Another? Thomas, son of Dr Warner, was baptised there on 25 July 1625. He was the son of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton.

Rev Thomas Warner

(1580 - April 1657)
     Rev Thomas Warner was also known as Augustus Thomas in records. He was born in 1580.
     Thomas matriculated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, on 9 August 1600. Thomas gained a BA in 1604-05, MA in 1608, and DD in 1624.
Rev Thomas Warner married Anne Eaton in 1609. Thomas was vicar at Humberston, Leicestershire, in 1610. Thomas was Rector at Balsham, Cambridgeshire, between 1611 and 1642. The Victoria County History of Cambridge mentions Dr Warner as follows: "In 1650 the rector, Dr Thomas Warner, was found to be a worthy, painful and godly preacher. In 1654, Thomas was nominated to assist Commission investigating scandalous ministers.
He was not a scandalous minister, according to Emanuel College, Cambridge, biography."
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     Thomas died in April 1657 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. He was buried on 5 April 1657 in Balsham.

Children of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton

Thomas Francis Warner

(28 September 1626 - )
     Thomas Francis Warner was christened on 28 September 1626 in Balsham, Cambridgeshire. He was the son of Rev Thomas Warner and Anne Eaton.

Irene Thelma Warnken

(1909 - after 25 August 1938)
     Irene Thelma Warnken was born in 1909.
Irene Thelma Warnken married Eric Victor Rashleigh Devonshire, son of Walter George Devonshire and Charlotte Marion Sedunary, in 1933.
     Irene died after 25 August 1938.

Elizabeth Warren or Moore

(1820 - 1910)
     Elizabeth Warren or Moore was born in 1820 in Norton, Near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England.
Elizabeth Warren or Moore married Charles Cocksedge, son of James Cocksedge and Hannah Sumner, on 12 July 1844 in Bacton, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Warren or Moore and Charles Cocksedge were recorded on the 1851 census in Bacton, SFK. Charles Cocksedge, 27, born Finningham, ag. labourer, Elizabeth wife, 32, glover, born Norton, Elizabeth daughter 12, born Bacton, George son 11, born Bacton.
     Elizabeth Warren or Moore was recorded on the 1851 census in Bacton, SFK. Aged 32, born Norton.
     Elizabeth Warren or Moore and Charles Cocksedge arrived per "Kate" in 1855 at New South Wales, Australia. Charles Cocksedge 31, farm labr, born Bacton, parents James (at Bacton) & Hannah (dead); Elizabeth Cocksedge, 35, born Norton daughter of John & Mary Warren, both dead. Elizabeth reads, Charles neither. Relations in colony - a brother James Cocksedge at Moreton Bay. Paid £3 under the Act.
     Elizabeth died in 1910 in Granville, New South Wales, Australia.

Children of Elizabeth Warren or Moore and Charles Cocksedge

Ada Annie Warren

(circa 1883 - )
     Ada Annie Warren was born circa 1883. She was the daughter of James John WARREN, cabinet maker.
Ada Annie Warren married Cornelius Philip Bennington, son of Philip Bennington and Alice Eliza Bennett, on 8 June 1904 in St Benet's, Stepney, Mile End RD, Middlesex. (Witnessed by James John Warren & Gertrude Jane Bennington.

Children of Ada Annie Warren and Cornelius Philip Bennington

Elizabeth Warren

(before 1655 - )
     Elizabeth Warren was born before 1655.
Elizabeth Warren married Simon Cocksedge on 7 November 1672 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Elizabeth was present at Elizabeth Cocksedge's christening on 13 March 1674/75 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Children of Elizabeth Warren and Simon Cocksedge

Unknown Warren

     Unknown Warren married Lydia Fouace, daughter of Stephen Fouace and Ann Handy, before 1753.

Harriet Anne Warrington

(1858 - 1941)
     Harriet Anne Warrington was born in 1858.
     Harriet Anne Warrington married Charles Bowker as his second wife, on 16 March 1892 in New Zealand.
     Her will was proved in 1941 at Timaru.
     Harriet died in 1941 in Timaru, New Zealand.

Children of Harriet Anne Warrington and Charles Bowker

Susan Wass

(circa 1805 - )
     Susan Wass was born circa 1805 in Elmswell, Suffolk.
Susan Wass married William Cocksedge on 31 May 1830 in Edwardstone, Suffolk.
     Susan Wass and William Cocksedge were recorded on the 1851 census in Ixworth, Suffolk.

Children of Susan Wass and William Cocksedge

Ann Waterhouse

     Ann Waterhouse married Simon York, son of Paul York and Faith Popplewell, on 2 July 1657 in St Martin's, Lincoln, Lincolnshire.

Michael Joseph Nessan Waters

(15 December 1906 - 7 April 1967)
     Michael Joseph Nessan Waters was born on 15 December 1906.
     He served as a Captain in the Royal Engineeers between 1939 and 1945.
Michael Joseph Nessan Waters married Dorothy Ada Halahan, daughter of Samuel Crosby Halahan and Maud Ethel Galton, on 27 July 1940 in St Mary's, Chiddingfold, Sussex. Michael, in Nyasaland, Africa.
     Michael died on 7 April 1967 aged 60.

Robert Waterton

( - between January 1425 and 1426)
     Robert Waterton was born in Yorkshire.
Margaret Clarell married secondly Robert Waterton circa 1422. Sir Robert Waterton of Methley died 1426 (or of Walton).
     Robert died between January 1425 and 1426.

Charles Watford

( - before 1874)
     Charles died before 1874. He was a gardener.

Child of Charles Watford

Eliza Ann Watkin

(circa 1840 - 1924)
      Di Evans holds cameo brooch given to her by a sailor who was shipwrecked in Port Philip Bay.
. Eliza Ann Watkin was born circa 1840 in Dromana, Victoria. Her father had coaching house/pub at Dromana.. She was the daughter of Richard Watkin and Catherine Eleanor Parker.
Eliza Ann Watkin married Samuel Skeels in 1857 in Victoria, Australia.
     Eliza died in 1924 in Sale, Victoria.

Children of Eliza Ann Watkin and Samuel Skeels

Richard Watkin

     Richard Watkin married Catherine Eleanor Parker in Victoria, Australia.

Child of Richard Watkin and Catherine Eleanor Parker

Sarah Watkinson

(1730 - before 14 February 1823)
     Sarah Watkinson was born in 1730.
Sarah Watkinson married Benjamin Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Margaret Bird, on 21 October 1759 in Bradfield Combust, Suffolk. Ben was of Hessett at his marriage, but which Ben? The one born in Hessett in 1731 or the 1726 one born at Rougham?.
     Sarah Watkinson was mentioned in the will of Benjamin Cocksedge dated 3 December 1796.
     Sarah died before 14 February 1823 in Rougham, Suffolk. She was buried on 14 February 1823 in Rougham.

Children of Sarah Watkinson and Benjamin Cocksedge

Alexander Watson

(12 September 1829 - )
     Alexander Watson was born on 12 September 1829 in Kirkmichael. He was the son of John Watson and Sarah Grant. Alexander Watson was christened on 21 September 1829 in Kirkmichael.

Alexandra Eliza Emily Watson

(1863 - 29 December 1906)
     Alexandra Eliza Emily Watson was commonly known as Emmie. She was born in 1863 in Deniliquin, New South Wales. She was the daughter of James Watson & Sarah Gibson Watson of Deniliquin and is mentioned as Alexandra Eliza Emily Hooper in the confirmation and deed of appointment dated 14 March 1907.
Alexandra Eliza Emily Watson married Sydney Benjamin Hooper, son of William Henry Hooper and Sarah Sophia Halliday, on 16 August 1899 in Deniliquin, NSW. HOOPER—WATSON.—On the 16th August, at Scots Church, Deniliquin, by Rev. R. Welsh, Sydney, third son of W. H. Hooper, of Deniliquin, to Emily, fourth daughter of James Watson, Deniliquin.
     Alexandra died on 29 December 1906 in North Sydney. She was buried in St Leonards RD, New South Wales. The Watson grave at Deniliquin records: Also their daughter Emily Hooper, died 23 December 1906.

Edward Watson 2nd Lord Rockingham

     Edward Watson 2nd Lord Rockingham married Ann Wentworth, daughter of Thomas Wentworth Earl of Strafford and Arabella Holles.

Child of Edward Watson 2nd Lord Rockingham and Ann Wentworth

Edward Ellis Watson

     Edward Ellis Watson married Helen Stanser Slade, daughter of James Stanser Slade and Irene Lockyer, on 11 April 1887 in St Dunstan, East Acton, Brentford RD, Middlesex. He was a 22 year old artist, she was 25 of Baytree House, East Acton, her father was a deceased civil servant.

Elizabeth Watson

(circa 1760 - )
     Elizabeth Watson was born circa 1760.
Elizabeth Watson married John Noble, son of John Noble, on 17 January 1793 in Bardwell, Suffolk. Elizabeth was present at Susan Noble's christening on 15 November 1795 in Bardwell, Suffolk.

Children of Elizabeth Watson and John Noble