Person:Eddie Warner (1)

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Eddie Everett Warner
b.24 Mar 1885 Bath County, Kentucky
m. 28 Jan 1883
  1. Carrie Lee Warner1884 - 1962
  2. Eddie Everett Warner1885 - 1936
  3. Mary Ella Warner1889 - 1964
  4. Elizabeth Warner1892 - 1964
  5. Willie Buck Warner1896 - 1994
  6. Okie Warner1898 - 1935
  7. Lou Etna Warner1900 - 1976
  8. Ethel Pearl Warner1905 - 1906
m. 29 Apr 1914
  1. Dorothy D Warner1915 - 2002
  2. Tommie Howard Warner1916 - 1988
  3. Edna Mae Warner1919 - 2001
  4. Mary Elizabeth Warner1922 - 2006
  5. Opal Christine Warner1925 - 1997
  6. Billy Milton Warner1928 - 1995
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4][5][6] Eddie Everett Warner
Gender Male
Birth? 24 Mar 1885 Bath County, Kentucky
Marriage 29 Apr 1914 Bath County, Kentuckyto Rosa Mae Carpenter
Death? 6 Feb 1936 Bath County, KentuckyCause: Bronchial pneumonia
Burial[7] 7 Feb 1936 Kendall Springs Cemetery, Kendall Springs, Bath County, Kentucky
Other? BlueColor of eyes
Other? BrownColor of hair
Other? Enumerated in 1900 Bath County, Kentucky census with father, Andrew WarnerCensus-1900
Other? Enumerated in 1910 Bath County, Kentucky Census with father, Andrew WarnerCensus-1910
Reference Number? 1982

Obituary of Eddie Warner Bath County News-Outlook, Thursday, February 6, 1936 Pneumonia Fatal To Ed Warner

   Edward Warner, 50 years old, died at his home on Slate Avenue at 2:30 o'clock this morning, following a weeks illness with pneumonia.
   Mr. Warner, a native of Bath county, was a son of Andy T. and Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds Warner, of near Preston, born March 22, 1886.  Mr. Warner was a well known farmer of this section of the county and enjoyes the enviable reputation as a man of honor and integrity.
   Funeral services will be held at the Kendall Springs Christian church Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. R. L. Bailey. Interment in the Kendall Springs cemetery.
   Besides his wife, Mrs. Rose Warner, he is survived by his parents and four children, four sisters, Mrs. Weldy Staton, Mrs. Ollie Craycraft, Mrs. Hord Cline, Mrs. Omer Jones and one brother, Willie Warner.

Bath County, Kentucky death certificate of Eddie Everett Wwarner 1. Place of death: Bath County, Kentucky 2. Full name: Edward Warner 3. Sex: male 4. Color or race: white 5. Single or married: married 6. Date of birth: March 28, 1886 7. Age 50 8, 9, 10, 11. Occupation: farmer 12. Birthplace: Kentucky 13. Father's name: Andy Warner 14. Father's birthplace: Kentucky 15. Mother's maiden name: Elizabeth Reynolds 16. Mother's birthplace: Kentucky 17. Informant: Ollie Craycraft 18. Burial: 2-7-1936 Kendall Springs Cemetery 19. Undertaker: Shrout, Piper and Shrout Owingsville, Kentucky 20. Filed: 2-15-1936 21. Date of death: 2-6-1936 22. Cause of death: Bronchial pneumonia

References
  1. Research done and information looked up by Darrell Warner. 1900 Bath County, Kentucky Federal Census.
  2. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. 1910 Bath County, Kentucky Federal Census.
  3. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. Interview of Ruby Marie (Morris) Bosco by Darrell Warner.
  4. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. Tombstone located in Kendall Springs Cemetery, Bath County, Kentucky..
  5. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. Obituary of Eddie Everett Warner, Thursday February 6, 1936 in the Bath County News-Outlook.
  6. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. 1930 Bath County, Kentucky census, Kendall Springs precinct, sheet 3-A, dwelling number 47.
  7. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. Obituary of Eddie Everett Warner, Thursday February 6, 1936 in the Bath County News-Outlook.