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Norman Warner, s/o Daniel K. & Elizabeth (Phillips) Warner

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11 Oct 2013 12:23 #1373 by Mamie
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NORMAN WARNER was born in Rush County, Ind., March 15, 1833; he is the son of Daniel K. and Elizabeth (Phillips) Warner, the former a native of Connecticut, the latter of Ohio. Daniel K. went to Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1843, and was married in Rush County, Ind., and reared the following children: Norman, Martin, John, Marshall, Chauncey, William, Sarah, Lucy and Elizabeth. He was a carriage-maker by trade, and carried on the business in Cincinnati until his return to his native State. In 1849, he went to California. Norman commenced learning carriage-making in Cincinnati, and finished at La Fayette, Ind. February 34, 1857, he came to this county, started a small shop and married Miss Josephine, a daughter of Daniel Grant. They reared three boys — D. G., Norman Hale and Charles C. The two first named are with their father in the hardware business. Charles is a student at Greencastle. Mr. Warner is the leading hardware merchant in the town, and is doing a fine business, having begun the same in 1871; he has worked his way up from nothing, and is much liked by his fellow-citizens. 

Source: Counties of Warren, Benton, Jasper and Newton, Indiana, Historical and Biographical, Illustrated, published by F.A. Battey & Co., Publishers, 1883; Pg. 538

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