Warner, Isaac, son of Capt. John Warner, was. born in Swanton, Vt., where he died at the age of about seventy
years. He served in the War of 1812, and married Experience Allen, a relative of Ethan Allen, of Revolutionary
fame. His children were John, Nelson, Hiram, Clark, Amanda, Experience, Polly, Isaac, and James A. The latter was
born in Swanton, where he died at the age of sixty eight. He was at the battle of Plattsburgh. He married Sarah
Mix, of Stansted, P. Q., a daughter of Samuel and Mary Mix, and she died in 1870, aged sixty eight. Their children
were William P., Laura, Louisa, and Jerome B. Jerome B. Warner was born at Swanton, March 15, 1839, and married
Louisa M. Warner, of New York state, daughter of Lyman Warner, and their children are Nettie, Allen, Edwin, and
Van Buren W. The latter is a farmer and resides in Swanton on the homestead. William P. Warner was born in Swanton,
June 27, 1824, and married, first, Julia. daughter of Isaac Comstock, by whom he had six children, viz.: Frank
P., David, Mary A., Orlon C., Bertha F., and Lena I. His second wife was Violetta C., daughter of John B. and Jane
(Donaldson) Mack, and by her he has had two children, Rolla A. and Ralph G. He is now a farmer in Swanton. Capt.
John Warner was a physician, and served as captain in the Revolutionary war.
History of Franklin and Grand Isle Counties Vermont
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y.
Franklin County, VT
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