|Family History - The Warners|
|The Warners side of our family seem to have come from Furniture makers in the St Pancras/ Tottenham Court Road area of London. There were quite a few Warners in that area, but so far we have not been able to make any connection with other Warner families.|
|The oldest Warner picture is of George Warner, born in Boston, Lincolnshire in 1880.|
My Father's Side
Richard Warner born around 1792 was a chairmaker in the St Pancras Area.
William Warner born abt 1826 at St Andrews, Holborn, and married Harriet Weatherspoon (b. 1831 also from St Andrew's Holborn) in 1848 in St Pancras Parish Church. He was a French Polisher
Richard Warner - born about 1853 in St Pancras London, son of William and Harriet. Moved to Lincolnhire and married Lucy Fleming in 1871 in Boston Register Office. He was there working as a horticultural labourer in 1881, and 1901
George Warner - was born in 1880 in Lincolnshire, married Elizabeth Anne Dixey, a Dressmaker, and later moved to Stockton-on-Tees, where my father, G.F.Warner was born.
My Mother's Side
Thomas Garbutt b. abt 1842 married Elizabeth Welburn b abt 1847, and had a daughter Mary Welburn Garbutt, b 1869
Mary Garbutt married John Clemmitt, and engineman, from Lealholme, in 1888 and lived in Stockton then Eaglescliffe where my Mother Doris Garbutt Clemmitt was born in 1912.
Then there's Martin Warner - thats me.
Do you have a connection with any of these names:
Warner London St Pancras, Boston Lincolnshire, Stockton-on-Tees
Clemmitt Lealholme, Glaisdale, Yorkshire, Stockton-on-Tees, Eaglescliffe, Durham
Dixey Spalding, Lincs
Garbutt Thirsk, Stockton-on-Tees
Welburn Beverley, Yorkshire