Chester Warriner1,2,3

ID# 15559, (1784 - 1863)
FatherGad Warriner4,5 (29 Jan 1762 - 12 Jun 1837)
MotherLucy Reed6 (abt 1764 - 13 Jun 1849)

Key Events:

Birth: 1 Jan 1784, Wilbraham, Massachusetts7,8,9
Marriage: Drusilla Cobb, 4 Dec 1806, Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont10,11,12
Death: 10 Jul 1863, Conneaut Twp., Pennsylvania6,13
Burial: Conneaut Center Cemetery, Conneautville, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania14,15

Spouse:Drusilla Cobb (25 Aug 1789 - 5 Feb 1869)
     Children:

The number of unidentified children in the household in the 1810 and 1830 censuses suggests Chester and Drusilla may have had other unknown children.
  • Ammoretta Warriner26 (1 Feb 1809 - 20 Jan 1866)
  • Wheeler Reed Warriner26 (12 Jun 1812 - 18 Aug 1887)
  • Mary Ann Warriner26,27 (7 Jul 1814 - 19 Feb 1889)
  • Chester Warriner26 (16 Feb 1820 - 7 Oct 1886)
  • Samuel Percival Warriner26,27,28 (30 Sep 1823 - 1899)
ChartsDescendants of Gideon Cobb

Copyright Notice

Narrative:

     Chester Warriner was born on 1 Jan 1784 in Wilbraham, Massachusetts.7,8,9
     Chester married Drusilla Cobb, daughter of Capt. Joshua Cobb and Hannah Edgerton, on 4 Dec 1806 in Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, with Rev. John Griswold officiating.10,11,12
     Chester appeared on the 1810 Federal Census of Pawlet, Rutland Co., Vermont, with a household consisting of one male aged 16 to 26 and one age 26 to 45 (one of them Chester and the other unknown), one female under age 10 and one aged 16 to 26 (wife Drusilla Cobb). The census also recorded, that the family had two wheels, with which they produced 27 yards of woolen cloth and 50 yards of linen, and had 10 sheep.16
     Chester and Drusilla moved about 1812 to Genesee Co., New York, with his parents, Gad Warriner and Lucy Reed, and his two brothers, Willis and Ezra.17 (See map.)
     Chester was in the War of 1812, with a rank of major.6
     Chester appeared on the 1830 Federal Census of Gainesville, Genesee Co., New York, with a household consisting of one male age 5 to 10 (son Samuel), one age 10 to 15, one 15 to 20, and one age 40 to 50 (Chester), one female age 15 to 20 (daughter Mary), one age 20 to 30, and one aged 40 to 40 (wife Drusilla Cobb.)18
     Chester and Drusilla moved to Crawford Co., in far north-western Pennsylvania, in 1835. Her sister Hannah and her husband, who had lived near them in New York, apparently joined them in Pennsylvania.19,20
     Chester appeared on the 1840 Federal Census of Conneaut Twp., Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, with a household consisting of one male aged 15 to 20 (son Samuel) and one age 50 to 60 (Chester), one female under age 20 to 30 (daughter Mary) and one aged 50 to 60 (wife Drusilla.)21
     Chester and Drusilla appeared on the 1850 Federal Census of Conneaut Twp., Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, enumerated 10 Sep 1850, reporting real estate valued at $1,400. Their children Mary and Samuel were listed as living with them, as was Samuel's wife Keziah Kennedy.2
     Chester and Drusilla appeared on the 1860 Federal Census of Conneautville, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, enumerated 18 Jun 1860, reporting real estate valued at $2,500 and personal estate of $657. Their son Samuel was listed as living with them, as was Samuel's wife Keziah and their children, Hattie and Sarah, and Levi Tower, a 36-year old grocer.3
     He was a farmer and a carpenter.22,23,24,25 He was a deacon in the Presbyterian Church for many years.6
     Chester died on 10 Jul 1863 in Conneaut Twp., Pennsylvania, at age 79.6,13 He was buried in Conneaut Center Cemetery, Conneautville, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania.14,15

Citations

  1. [S862] Births, Marriages and Deaths, Pawlet, Vermont, 1768-1856, pg 136, marriage record, shows name as Chester Warriner.
  2. [S2413] Chester Warriner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania.
  3. [S2414] Chester Warriner household, 1860 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania.
  4. [S1171] Hollister, Pawlet for One Hundred Years, pg 253.
  5. [S2417] Warriner, The Warriner Family of New England Origin, pg 83.
  6. [S2417] Warriner, The Warriner Family of New England Origin, pg 123.
  7. [S2417] Warriner, The Warriner Family of New England Origin, pg 123, shows date, as 1 Jan 1784, town, and state.
  8. [S500] Findagrave.com, online, memorial #17857469, Chester Warriner, shows date, as 30 Dec 1783.
  9. [S2413] Chester Warriner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, shows age 66 and state.
  10. [S862] Births, Marriages and Deaths, Pawlet, Vermont, 1768-1856, pg 136, marriage record, shows date, with year as 1808, but is among other marriage records by same minister all showing dates of 4 Dec 1806.
  11. [S2417] Warriner, The Warriner Family of New England Origin, pg 123, shows state, and year, as 1806.
  12. [S2413] Chester Warriner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, shows them apparently living as husband and wife.
  13. [S500] Findagrave.com, online, memorial #17857469, Chester Warriner.
  14. [S500] Findagrave.com, online, memorial #17857469, Chester Warriner, shows cemetery, town, county, and state.
  15. [S2417] Warriner, The Warriner Family of New England Origin, pg 123, shows location as Conneaut Center.
  16. [S2412] Chester Warriner household, 1810 U.S. Census, Rutland Co., Vermont.
  17. [S2417] Warriner, The Warriner Family of New England Origin, pg 83, shows Gad moved to Western New Yor kin 1812; pg 123 shows Chester, his father, and brothers Willis and Ezra moved to Cenesee Co., New York about 1810.
  18. [S2440] Chester Warrener household, 1830 U.S. Census, Genesee Co., New York.
  19. [S2417] Warriner, The Warriner Family of New England Origin, pg 123, shows Chester moved there in 1835.
  20. [S2433] Shephen Lowing household, 1850 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, shows Hannah and Stephen were there in 1850; they have not been found in 1840.
  21. [S2415] Chester Warren household, 1840 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania.
  22. [S2415] Chester Warren household, 1840 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, shows one member of the household engaged in agriculture.
  23. [S2413] Chester Warriner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, shows occupation as farmer.
  24. [S2414] Chester Warriner household, 1860 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, shows occupation as farmer.
  25. [S2417] Warriner, The Warriner Family of New England Origin, pg 123, shows occupation as carpenter.
  26. [S2417] Warriner, The Warriner Family of New England Origin, pg 124.
  27. [S2413] Chester Warriner household, 1850 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, shows them apparently living as parent and child.
  28. [S2414] Chester Warriner household, 1860 U.S. Census, Crawford Co., Pennsylvania, shows them apparently living as parent and child.