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Warren family genealogy. The photo is of John Warren 1783 - 1876. The family or this arm of it originated in Cornwall England and went to America, New Zealand and Australia.

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Warren Family from Cornwall to Australia 2 Replies

Started by Jo Kotylak. Last reply by hilda shannon warren May 2, 2014.

Friggens Warren 2 Replies

Started by Jo Kotylak. Last reply by Jo Kotylak Aug 2, 2009.

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Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on April 30, 2014 at 4:00pm

These are my Warren ancestors I charted in Tribal Tree: 

           Warren, Ann

WARREN, Edward (1321-1369)

  • Warren, Elizabeth (b.1616)
  • Warren, John (1561-1612)
  • Warren, John (1414-1474)
  • WARREN, Knight Sir John (1343-1387)
  • WARREN, Knight Sir Laurence (1394-1444)
  • Warren, Lawrence (1430-1474)
  • WARREN, Margaret (1495-1545)
  • WARREN, Margaret (1409-1442)
  • Warren, Master Richard (1578-1628)
  • WARREN, Nicholas (1371-1413)
  • Warren, Planter Elizabeth Francis (1644-1728)
  • Warren, Planter Elizabeth [Francis?] (1612-1662)
  • WARREN, Planter Mister Francis (1620-1693)
  • Warren, Planter William (b.1586)
  • WARREN, Sir John (1535-1587)
  • Warren, Thomas (1501-1591)
Comment by Edith Katheryn Rowntree Grins on February 24, 2011 at 3:57pm
Hi, I'm an American branch of the Australian Warrens. My Mum was Edith Clair Warren from Nyngan, NSW, and she married my American Dad during WWII. My Warren grandfather was Charles Edward from Nyngan, NSW, and his wife was Edith Muriel Darcy also from Nyngan. She is from the Ann Forbes(first fleet on the Prince of Wales) family. I can trace the Warrens back through Townsend Gun and his Father another Townsend Gun but then I run into a brick wall. The eldest Townsand's wife was Mary A. Martin(I think) and the younger Townsend's wife was Mary Jane Elder. Do you have any information on this brance of the Warren tree? thanks, cousin.
Comment by Jo Kotylak on September 1, 2009 at 11:17pm
Hi all, my puter died, I've been off line, how is things, any Warren breakthoughs? Jason Fulford how are you related to the Warrens?
Comment by Jo Kotylak on July 26, 2009 at 4:02pm
My beloved Nan is my Warren connection, born Ennis Joan Warren 1909 Rutherglen Victoria Australia. She had many stories of Rutherglen, not many of her Forebears though. She knew OF William Henry Warren, her Grandfather, and that her mother hated him, but nothing of the Grandmother she was named after, Margaret Ennis Morgan. Margaret was actually born in Ennis Ireland. Nan always thought her mother got her name out of the "Albury Banner" newspaper, she died without knowing she was wrong. She loved her parents, and always laughed at the funny stories from them. I have photo's of her (of course), and her parents and some of her siblings, if anyone wants to swap. Dearly want photos of her brother Dennis John known as Jack, and her brothers wives, Frank and his wife, Joe's wife, Les's wives. Contact me on here, and then we can swap off line.
Comment by valerie rodgers on July 24, 2009 at 5:45pm
Comment from Valerie Rodgers
As I understand it my father was Joseph Vincent Warren. His father was Charles, His father was William Henry and his father was John
Comment by Jo Kotylak on July 23, 2009 at 11:57pm
I'd like everyone to tell a bit about themselves, and how they're related to John Warren, if you know. For those who wondered David Warren the inventor of the Black Box I don't think he's a Warren, he was the first white child born on an Island in the Northern Territory of Australia in 1925, and his father's name was not JUST Warren in was hyphenated Warren, I forget the first part of the surname. Thought you'd like to know
Comment by valerie rodgers on July 23, 2009 at 12:05am
Please correct my name to Valerie Rodgers
Comment by valerie rodgers on July 23, 2009 at 12:03am
Many thanks, Jo
Valerie Rogers
Comment by Francis Day on July 22, 2009 at 7:37pm
hi Jo,

This is great idea and website.

Thanks for the invite!

Cheers, Francis.
 

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