Biography of D. C. Warner
Hancock County, OH Biographies

D. C. WARNER, farmer and stock raiser, P. 0. Van Buren, was born November 2, 1834, where he now resides, on Section 15, Portage Township, this county, son of Daniel and Mary (Hiner) Warner, former born in New York State, April 24, 1799, of English descent, latter born in Philadelphia, Penn. The Warner family came to America many years before the war of the Revolution, Gen. Warner, of Revolutionary fame, being a member of the family. Daniel Warner, the father of the subject of this sketch, came to this county February 14, 1884, and entered 160 acres of land in Portage Township. where he died in 1881. His family consisted of seven children, the subject of this sketch being the sixth. D. C. Warner was reared on the farm, acquired a common school education, and has made agriculture the principal occupation of his life; he is at present the owner of 219 acres of land. He served 100 days in Company G, One Hundred and Thirty third Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Our subject was united in marriage, in 1856, with Angeline, daughter of Jacob Bushong, and of German descent. To them were born nine children, seven of whom survive: Willie L.; Scott, married to Caroline Steen; Sylvester, married to Ida Deter; Loie J., married to William W. Crawford; Maggie; Rurtie and Carrie. Our subject and wife are members of the United Brethern Church, of which he has been trustee, steward and Sabbath school superintendent. In politics Mr. Warner is a Republican. He has held the office of school director for nine years.

History of Madison County, Ohio
Published by: Warner, Beers and Company
Chicago, Illinois 1886

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