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Subject: [GM-L] WARREN families of Groton, Mass.
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2001 17:43:16 EST
Source: Groton Historical Series by Dr. Samuel A. Green
Volumes 1 thru 4 published 1887 - 1899
Volume I - 1887
Married March 26, 1772, Josiah Warren to Sarah Tarbell, both of Groton.
April 29, 1777, Mr. Robert Ames to Mrs. Susanna Warren, both of Groton.
June 7, 1779, Isaac Warren to Eunice Farnsworth, both of Groton.
(not listed in the Farnsworth book altho there is a Eunice Farnsworth
Dec 3d, 1799, Jonathan Wythe of Groton & Betsey Warren of Groton by
Sampson Tuttle, Esq.
April 29, 1777, Robert Ames & Susanna Warren, both of Groton, married by
Rev. S. Dix.
June 7, 1779, Isaac Warren & Eunice Farnsworth both of Groton, married by Rev.
May 1841, Oliver H. Pratt & Catherine Warren, at Groton, Mass., by Rev. Joseph
Marriages taken from Ithamar Bard Sawtelle's History of Townsend pp 385-427
do not appear in County or Groton Recoreds:
May 6, 1777, Joseph Cummings, Swansea, N.H. and Lucy Warren of Groton,
Rev. Samuel Dix.
1775, April 24th
Company No. 7, Groton
Capt. Thomas Warren of Townshend.
The Bi-Centennial Celebration of the Settlement of Groton
Alden Warren, Treasurer
200th Anniversary Groton, Oct 31, 1855
Bicentennial Parade Marshals
Alden Warren, Aid.
Groton - Justice of the Peace
Elected May 12, 1855 - John Warren Parker
Elected May 8, 1862 - John Warren Parker (Justice of the Peace)
Elected April 19, 1866 - Alden Warren ditto
Elected Jan 28, 1874 - Alden Warren ditto
Elected April 6, 1880 - Alden Warren ditto
Elected Nov 17, 1886 - John Warren Parker ditto
Treasurers of Groton
Alden Warren served 24 years, which is the longest term of any Treasurer of
March 5, 1855 thru March 4, 1878.
Groton Families in Maine
Among the early settlers of Norridgewock, Maine were Josiah Warren and
William Warren of
Dec 2, 1853
In Groton December 2, 1853, Harriet A, wife of Alden Warren and eldest
daughter of the
late Luther Brooks, Esq of East Cambridge; aged 33 years and 6 mos.
Alden and Harriet A. (Brooks) Warren
Married at Medford, November 25, 1841
Alden Warren Jr. born at Groton Jan 6, 1843 & died March 25, 1848.
Luther Brooks Warren born at Groton, Feb 6, 1849; m. in Boston, Rosa Smith
and died April
12, 1875 leaving two daughters, Mabel Warren and Sabra Warren.
Mr. Warren was born at Littleton on June 8, 1812 and his wife born at
June 19, 1820; she died and he married secondly, Susan Dalrymple on Jan 1,
Dr. William Barnard Warren was the son of Noailles Lafayette Warren & wife,
Warren and was born at Leominster on November 16, 1853. He studied medicine
Benjamin H. Hartwell of Ayer, Mass., and graduated at the Univ. of the City
of New York
in the Class of 1881, having previously attended a course of lectures in 1879
Dartmouth Medical School. In December 1882 he came to Groton and began
He was married in Groton on Oct. 31, 1883, to Ardelia Temple Smith, dau of
and Relief (Cummings) Smith of Boston. In 1885 Dr. Warren bought the house
by Dr. George W. Stearns and previously owned by Dr. Winslow and by Dr.
Smith, which he
now occupies. It is situated on Main Street near the old site of Liberty
Hall, which was
burned on March 31, 1878. Dr. Warren became a member of the Massachusetts
in the year 1887.
At Groton November 19, 1891, George Herbert Warren, Esq of Manchester, N.H.
to Mary Hale Palmer, elder daughter of the Hon. Moses Poor and Mary Harriman
(Hale) Palmer of
A brief reference to the town of Groton is found in a Life of Dr. John
Collins Warren of
Boston, written by his brother, Dr. Edward Warren and published in the year
visit was made during the summer of 1820; and the allusion is as follows:
"About that time, I went up Wachusett in the company with Dr. Jacob Bigelow.
to visit a patient in Groton, I invited him to accompany me; and we visited
in the first
place, the patient at the house of Samuel Dana, Esq., a famous Democratic
After this visit to Groton, we crossed a beautiful country, through Harvard
to Princeton, but did not reach there till ten o'clock at night, very dar,
to rain and we very ignorant of the route (I.152,153).
see also the Bigelow website for Warren families:
<A HREF="http://bigelow.simplenet.com/rod/warren3.htm">Warren Family III =
Transcribed by Janice Farnsworth
John Farnsworth/Hannah Aldis Line, Groton, Mass
Eunice Prescott b. Aug 17, 1734 dau of Ebenezer Prescott & his wife, Hannah
of Lancaster, Mass.
Eunice Prescott m. ___Warren of Littleton, Mass.
Benjamin Farnsworth/Mary Prescott Line, Groton, Mass.
Samuel Bowers, Jr. b. Dec 6, 1735, son of Samuel Bowers and his wife Deborah
Samuel Bowers, Jr. m. May 8, 1759, Abigail Warren b. Oct 7, 1739; he died Aug
Fanny Waters Farnsworth b. Sept 19, 1816 dau of Simon Farnsworth and his wife,
Lucy Waters of Groton, Mass.
Fanny W. Farnsworth m. (1) Nov 28, 1838, Elijah A. Johnson who died & she m.
Capt. Jonathan Warren as his 2nd wife. He was born July 29, 1799. Capt.
married first, Nov 7, 1823, Sally S. Brown b. 1802; she died Sept 16, 1855;
six children by his first wife while Fanny Farnsworth had one child by her
Henry Johnson. The children of Capt. Warren are not listed.
p.426 Jonathan Farnsworth/Ruth Shattuck Line
Lucy Rice b. May 3, 1773 at Northboro, Mass., dau of Joel Rice & Dinah
Lucy Rice m. William Warren; she died Feb 8, 1803 (record ends)
Groton Marriages from History of Groton by Caleb Butler, 1848
Josiah WARREN and Sarah TARBELL
(married Mar 20, 1772)
Josiah Warren b. Jan 23, 1773
Sarah Warren b. April 28, 1775
Jonas Warren b. Nov 6, 1777
Abijah WARREN and Prudence LAWRENCE and Susanna GREEN
(married Prudence Lawrence Oct 29, 1766)
Prudence Lawrence died Feb 10, 1773
Sally Warren b. May 30, 176-.
Prudence Warren b. July 6, 1769
Abel Warren b. Sept 12, 1774 son of Susanna Green
Warren graves at Groton, Mass
Epitaphs from the Old Burying Ground, Groton, Mass., by Dr. Samuel A. Green
"Here lies Buried ye Body of Mrs. Prudence Warren wife of Mr. Abijah Warren;
departed this Life Feb 1st, 1773 aged 23 Years. Likeways a little babe
stillborn 10 days
before she died."
Author's note: Her maiden name was Lawrence and she was from Hollis, New
Here lies the Body of Prudence Warren, daughter of Mr. Abijah & Mrs. Prudence
She died May 1st, 1776 Aged 6 years, 9 months and 22 days.
"Here lies the Body of Mr. Abijah Warren, who departed this Life Oct. ye 6th,
1776, in the
40th Year of his Age."
See also Warren Genealogy with Warren/Parker Marriages at Chelmsford, Mass.
<A HREF="http://members.aol.com/dcurtin1/gene/gen_warr.htm">Genealogy: Warren