Charles Warner, a highly respected and well known citizen of Wellsville, was born in Sweden, Aug. 7, 1867, and
is the son of Gustave and Sophia Warner, both deceased.
Charles Warner spent his boyhood in his native land and in 1888 came to the United States. He spent a few years
at McKeesport, Pa., as a mechanic, later lived at Duquesne, Pa. In 1894 he returned to McKeesport, and in 1897
went to Monessen, Pa. In 1909 he went to Pittsburgh, Pa., and in 1918 went to Sharon, Pa,. where he remained until
1919. He then came to WellsvilIe, where he is connected with the American Sheet & Tin Plate Company as a master
mechanic. He has been in the employ of this company for many years, having been transferred from the above named
places from time to time.
On Jan. 1, 1891, Mr. Warner was married to Miss Emma Johnson, a native of Sweden, born March 25, 1866, and the
daughter of John and Johanna Johnson. To Mr. and Mrs. Warner were born three children: Carl Samuel, born Nov. 4,
1891, a master mechanic with the American Sheet & Tin Plate Company at Sharon, Pa.; John Theodore, born Nov.
24, 1894, also in the employ of the American Sheet & Tin Plate Company at Sharon, Pa., is a World War veteran,
having served overseas with Company B., 15th Regiment; and Alma Amanda, born July 17, 1897, married Rev. William
M. Diffenderfer, a minister of the St. Paul Reformed Church, Sharon, Pa. There are two grandchildren, Victor Charles
and William M. Diffenderfer.
Mr. Warner is a Republican and a member of the Lutheran Church. He is a dependable citizen and stands high in the
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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