Biography of A. J. Warren
Hancock County, OH Biographies

A. J. WARREN, minister, farmer and stock raiser, P. 0. McComh, was born in Geanga County, Ohio, August 8, 1830, son of Orin and Experience (Bartlett) Warren, natives of New York and Connecticut, respectively, and of English and French descent. Orin Warren was a carpenter by occupation. Our subject, the seventh born in a family of eleven children, grew up on the farm and followed agricultural pursuits for thirty five years. He received his education in the common schools. At the age of twenty five years he joined the Church of God; was ordained a minister in 1858, his first charge being Forest Mission in Wyandot County, Ohio. Mr. Warren has been remarkably successful in his ministrations. He has preached in nineteen counties in northwestern Ohio, and during his ministry has organized two churches in Wyandot County, two in Defiance County, one in Putnam County, one in Paulding County and one in Henry County, Ohio. Mr. Warren was married, in 1850, to Catherine, daughter of Daniel and Mary (Briner) Spacle, of German lineage. To our subject and wife were born the following children: William W., Sarah J., Marion C., James F., Elizabeth A., Emma C., Joseph T. Mrs. Warren and all the children but two are church members. Politically Mr. Warren is a Prohibitionist.

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

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