Person:William Warner (30)

William Warner
  1. John Warner1870 -
  2. Dora Warner1872 -
  3. Martha Warner1872 - 1954
  4. William Warner1873 - 1937
  5. Annie Warner1878 -
  6. Watt Warner1879 - 1962
  7. Sarah Warner1880 -
  8. Mettie Warner1882 -
  1. Willie Warner1903 - 1930
  2. Bessie Warner1911 - 1913
  3. Richard Warner1913 - 1990
  4. Ray Belle Warner1916 - 1992
Facts and Events
Name William Warner
Alt Name /Brady/ _____
Alt Name Will (Brady) Warner
Gender Male
Birth? 1873 Bath County, Kentucky
Alt Birth? 1873
Marriage to Tanzy Alexander
Death? 12 Jul 1937 Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky
Burial? Jul 1937 Warner Cemetery, Owingsville, Bath, Kentucky, United States

Bath County News-Outlook Owingsville, Kentucky, Thursday, July 15, 1937 Colored Citizen Passes

   Will (Brady) Warner, 64 years old, well-known and respected Owingsville colored man, died at his home here shortly before 10 o'clock Monday morning, July 12, following a long illness of tuberculosis and complicating diseases.
   Will was a descendent of one of Owingsville's old colored families. He was a son of "Uncle Jack" and "Aunt Eva" Warner and was born and reared here.  During his younger days he was considered one of the best tobacco handlers in this part of the county and worked in the warehouses here prizing tobacco before the days of the loose-leaf markets.
   Besides his wife, Tansey Warner, he is survived by four children and four sisters, two of whom, Martha Copher and Watt Warner, still mantain their homes here.
   Funeral services were held at his residence Wednesday afternoon conducted by the Rev. Sarver, pastor of the Colofred Methodist Church. Burial was in the warner Graveyard.