Person:Mary Triplett (1)

Watchers
  1. Mary Triplett1798 - 1869
  2. Sarah TriplettAbt 1810 -
m. 30 Dec 1818
  1. Thomas J. Warner1819 - 1852
  2. Elizabeth Warner1822 - 1855
  3. Zarilda C. Warner1824 - 1858
  4. Jacob Warner1827 - 1905
  5. Dudley M. Warner1829 - 1868
  6. Sarah J. Warner1831 - 1852
  7. James A. Warner1833 - 1881
  8. John Jefferson Warner1836 - 1919
  9. Andrew T. Warner1837 - 1861
  10. Margaret Ann WarnerAbt 1838 - 1852
  11. Harriet Ann Warner1839 - 1852
  12. Mary Frances Warner1843 - 1858
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4] Mary Triplett
Alt Name /Polly/ _____
Gender Female
Birth[5][2][6] 31 Aug 1798 Culpepper Virginia according to John J. Warner's death certificate and the 1850 & 1860 Bath County, Kentucky census.
Marriage 30 Dec 1818 Bath County, Kentuckyto William P. Warner
Death[6] 21 Oct 1869 Bath County, Kentucky
Burial[6] Oct 1869 Warner Cemetery, Owingsville, Bath, Kentucky, United States
Other? Enumerated in 1850 Bath County, Kentucky census with husband, William P. Warner.Census-1850
Other? Enumerated in the 1860 Bath County, Census with her father-in-law Jacob Warner.Census-1860
Reference Number? 5138

Listed in the 1850 Bath County, Kentucky census. Listed in 1860 Bath County Kentucky census with her father in-law Jacob Warner, Page 88 dwelling #675 or 625 along with her son Jacob Warner

Subject: Re: Warners in the 1860 Bath County Cens Date: Sat, 15 Aug 1998 22:07:13, -0500 From: VHSS55A@@prodigy.com (MR ROBERT C STANCLIFF) To: dw@@qni.com

Re: 1860 Census Dear Darrell,

                   I once spent years and untold hours searching for a "Marg" only to finally discover she was a Mary.  Your letter this morning sent me scurrying down to the Library where I blew up the name as far as I could and believe it is

indeed Mary.

    If you read Marg as Mary, try this scenario for the folks on page 88 of the

1860 census- Jacob Warner Senior has in his household (more likely he is living with them)- Mary [Triplett] Warner, widow of William B. Warner, born Aug. 31, 1798. With them is her son Jacob using a chronological designation of Junior. He was born Jun. 8, 1827 so the dates for Mary and Jacob match. And look who is living right next door to them. Sarah [Warner] McDonald or McDaniel and her wealthy husband James M. Then looking at the Cemetery records that you sent, there are Alexander and Zerilda [Warner] Coleman. Zerilda being daughter of William and Mary [Triplett] Warner. They were married according to McClure's Early marriages in Bath County, page 32, in 1846. The bond was issued Jan. 19, 1846 and William Warner was the bondsman. That could make Elizabeth Coleman the granddaughter of Mary Warner and perhaps the only heir to her parents estates explaining her assets. It looked too good to be true, and it was. Big problem is that if Elizabeth Coleman was really only age 3 and if Andrew Coleman really died July 12, 1849, the dates just don't work. I hate it when that happens!

    I had not found the 1860 records for Allen Warner Jr.  Thanks for pointing

him out. There is a huge index for East Kentucky 1860 Census and not one person from Bath County that I was searching for was in it. When I cruised through the census before, I stopped after finding Charles Whittington and Allen T. Warner. I am inclined to believe that it is one family counted twice and the names and dates jumbled. Needs more work.

More later, Sherry and Bob Stancliff

References
  1. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. Appraisement of the Estate of William P. Warner from the Bath County, Kentucky Estate Settlement Book number 1 pages 135, 136, 137, 138.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Research done and information looked up by Darrell Warner. 1860 Bath County, Kentucky federal census..
  3. Johnson County, Missouri death certificate of John Jefferson Warner..
  4. Census Year: 1850 State: Kentucky County: Bath Division: 2nd Division Reel no: M432-191 Page no: 27A.
  5. 1850 Bath County, Kentucky Federal Census looked up by Darrell Warner.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Headstone of Mary (Triplett) Warner located in Warner Graveyard, Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky. Research by Darrell Warner.