Fred Warner1,2,3

ID# 3577, (1883 - 1972)
FatherGeorge W. Warner1
MotherElizabeth Shafer1

Key Events:

Birth: 7 Feb 1883, Ellisville, Illinois4,5,6
Marriage: 22 Oct 1913, Chatsworth, Illinois, Emma Angelia Glabe (4 Mar 1894 - 1982)7,8,9
Death: 197210
Burial: Chatsworth Cemetery, Chatsworth, Livingston Co., Illinois11
ChartsDescendants of Jakob and Anna Katharina Glebe

Copyright Notice

Narrative:

     Fred Warner was born on 7 Feb 1883 in Ellisville, Illinois.4,5,6
     Fred appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Sciota, McDonough Co., Illinois, enumerated 5 May 1910, boarding, with three others, in the hotel operated by widow Mary E. Roberts and her two adult daughters.12
     Fred married Emma Angelia Glabe, daughter of John Glabe and Elizabeth Ruppel, on 22 Oct 1913 in Chatsworth, Illinois, at her mother's home.7,8,9
     Fred appeared with his wife and daughter on the 1920 Federal Census of Chatsworth, Livingston Co., Illinois, in the household of Elizabeth Ruppel, his wife's mother.2
     Fred and Emma appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Chatsworth, Livingston Co., Illinois, enumerated 16 Apr 1930, reporting they owned a home valued at $4,000. Their children were listed as living with them, as were two boarders, Louise H. Plaster, age 24, and Josephine E. Durker, both teachers.13
     Fred and Emma appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Washington, District of Columbia, at 5061 1st NW, enumerated 11 May 1940, reporting they rented their home, apparently an apartment in a building with at least 11 units, for $55 per month. They reported they had lived in rural Livingston Co., Illinois, in 1935.14
     He was a ticket agent in Sciota, a village 70 miles west of Peoria, in 1910. By 1913 he had become agent for the Toledo, Peoria and Western Railway in Chatsworth, where he remained until after 1930.15,16,17,18 He was an adjudicator for the Railroad Retirement Board in 1940. In the 1940 census he reported he had worked 39 hours the last week of March, and had worked 52 weeks the prior year, earning $2,000.14
     Fred registered for the draft for World War II on 27 Apr 1942, while living at 844 Rush St., Chicago, Illinois, reporting he was employed by the Railroad Retirement Board, at his home address.19
     Fred died in 1972.10 He was buried in Chatsworth Cemetery, Chatsworth, Livingston Co., Illinois.11

Children:
     Children with Emma Angelia Glabe

Their daughter is believed to be still living.
  • Jay Robert Warner1,13,20 (18 Aug 1920 - 27 Aug 1935)

Citations

  1. [S54] Pound, Glabe Family.
  2. [S3495] Elizabeth Glabe household, 1920 U.S. Census, Livingston Co., Illinois.
  3. [S500] Findagrave.com, online, memorial # 95389313, Fred Warner.
  4. [S3775] Fred Warner, Selective Service Registration Card, World War II, Fourth Registration, shows date, town, and state.
  5. [S54] Pound, Glabe Family, shows date, town, and state.
  6. [S3778] Mary E. Roberts household, 1910 U.S. Census, McDonough Co., Illinois, shows age 27 and state.
  7. [S3781] Will Wed, October 22, undated clipping, shows place as home of Emma's mother, and date as Wednesday, 22 Oct; that date was a Wednesday in 1913, the only year between 1902 and 1919 when that was true.
  8. [S3774] Fred Warner household, 1930 U.S. Census, Livingston Co., Illinois, shows married, with his first marriage at age 30 and hers at 19.
  9. [S54] Pound, Glabe Family, shows married.
  10. [S500] Findagrave.com, online, memorial # 95389313, Fred Warner, shows year.
  11. [S500] Findagrave.com, online, memorial # 95389313, Fred Warner, shows cemetery, town, county, and state.
  12. [S3778] Mary E. Roberts household, 1910 U.S. Census, McDonough Co., Illinois.
  13. [S3774] Fred Warner household, 1930 U.S. Census, Livingston Co., Illinois.
  14. [S3776] Fred Warner household, 1940 U.S. Census, District of Columbia.
  15. [S3778] Mary E. Roberts household, 1910 U.S. Census, McDonough Co., Illinois, shows occupation as ticket agent, industry as rail way.
  16. [S3781] Will Wed, October 22, undated clipping, shows him as the well known and popular agent for the T. P. & W. railroad in the city.
  17. [S3495] Elizabeth Glabe household, 1920 U.S. Census, Livingston Co., Illinois, shows occupation as operator, industry as depot.
  18. [S3774] Fred Warner household, 1930 U.S. Census, Livingston Co., Illinois, shows occupation as station agent, industry as steam railroad.
  19. [S3775] Fred Warner, Selective Service Registration Card, World War II, Fourth Registration.
  20. [S3462] "Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," FamilySearch.org, record for Jay Robert Warner, citing FHL #1765616 and cert no 32266.