Person:Warden Willis (2)

Watchers
Warden WILLIS
b.1805 PA
d.AFT 1880
m. ABT 1787
  1. James Warden WILLIS1788 - 1872
  2. John WILLIS1791 -
  3. George WILLIS1796 -
  4. Mary WILLIS1800 - 1867
  5. Ellen Willis1801 - 1888
  6. Betsey WILLIS1804 - Aft 1880
  7. Warden WILLIS1805 - Aft 1880
  8. Sampson WILLIS1808 - Aft 1880
  • HWarden WILLIS1805 - Aft 1880
  • WMary WEIR - Bef 1844
m. 19 AUG 1830
  1. Clarinda WILLISAbt 1831 -
  2. Samantha WILLIS1833 -
  3. Henry WILLISAbt 1836 -
  4. George WILLISAbt 1838 -
m. 25 APR 1844
  1. Sarah WILLISAbt 1846 -
  2. Sally WILLISAbt 1849 -
m. 3 JUL 1854
Facts and Events
Name[1] Warden WILLIS
Gender Male
Birth[2] 1805 PA
Census? 1830 Union Twp., Washington, Ohio
Marriage 19 AUG 1830 Washington Co., Ohioto Mary WEIR
Marriage 25 APR 1844 Pike Co, Illinoisto Angeline Amanda PALMER
Census? 1850 T5S-R6W, (Pleasant Vale), Pike Co, IL
Marriage 3 JUL 1854 Pike Co, Illinoisto Ann Jane HOPKINS
Census? 1860 Pleasant Vale Twp., Pike Co, Illinois
Census? 1870 Pleasant Vale Twp., Pike Co, Illinois
Census[4] 1880 Denver, Worth, Missouri
Occupation? Gunsmith-1850, 1870
Death? AFT 1880


1. He was a noted gunsmith. 2. Warden Willis, J.P., married Andrew Brown and Nancy Shewey 3. Source 163 says he came to Illinois about 1851, but he already appears on the 1850 Pleasant Vale Census. 4. In 1860 Pleasant Vale Census, Warden resides with his daughter, Samantha, and her husband, Stephen H. Parkhurst (surname uncertain, possibly Parkins.). Sarah Willis, age 14, is listed on line following Warden. If this is a daughter of Warden, her age indicates she was born about 1846. However, the 1850 Census does not list a Sarah with Wardens's other children. Perhaps she is being cared for by a relative? 5. On 1880 Census, Sallie resides with him in Denver, Missouri.

References
  1. Source (75).
  2. Source (64).
  3.   Source (87).

    1848, page 32, license no. 1498

  4. T9_0741, page 442A