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I'm Rob Salzman (email: genealogy at
8630 SW Scholls Ferry Rd #133, Beaverton OR is my personal genealogy hobby site. The data contained here has been gathered through 20 years of genealogy. It contains everyone I know who are connected to European Royalty or Nobility. Some small part of it is my original research, but most of it has been generously shared with me!

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Family Sheet
Name: Capt. Augustine Warner [1] Note Born: 28 Nov 1610 at Norwich, Norfolk, ENGLAND [2] Married: 1635 at Norwich, Norfold, England Died: 24 Dec 1674 at Warner Hall, Glouchester, VA [4] Father: Thomas Warner Mother: Elizabeth Southerton
Name: Mary Towneley [5] Born: 13 May 1614 at England Died: 11 Aug 1662 at Warner Hall, Glouchester, VA Father: Lawrence Towneley Mother: Jennet Halstead
Name: Col. Augistine Warner Jr. Born: 3 Jun 1642 at York, VA Died: 19 Jun 1681 at Warner Hall, Glouchester, VA Wife: Mildred Reade
Name: Warner Born: Abt 1646 at Of, Glouster, VA Died:
Name: Isabella Warner Born: 24 Aug 1640 at Gloucesterco, VA Died: 9 Feb 1704 at Gloucesterco, VA Husband: John Lewis
Name: Sarah Warner Born: Abt 1644 at Of, Gloucester, VA Died: Husband: Lawrence Townley
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1). CAPTAIN AUGUSTINE WARNER came to America about 1628. He was Justice of York County and settled in Gloucester County at Warner Hall. This estate retains the name, though the present house is not the original one, it having been destroyed by fire in 1845 the superb elms alone remain. Burgess for York 1652 and for Gloucester 1655, and Sattas a Counceller to use a Colonial expression 1659 to 1667.

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