Person:William Warriner (5)

William Warriner
b.Est 1614
  • HWilliam WarrinerEst 1614 - 1676
  • WJoanna ScantEst 1619 - 1660/61
m. 31 Jul 1639
  1. Deacon James Warriner, Sr.1640/41 - 1727
  2. Hannah Warriner1643 - Bef 1721
  3. Joseph Warriner1645 - 1697
m. 2 Oct 1661
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] William Warriner
Gender Male
Birth[1] Est 1614 Based on estimated date of marriage.
Marriage 31 Jul 1639 Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United Statesto Joanna Scant
Marriage 2 Oct 1661 Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts, United Statesto Elizabeth Gibbons
Death[2][3] 2 Jun 1676 Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States
Burial[5] Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States

Settlement of the Estate of William Warriner of Springfield

"'James Warriner, of Springfield Presented to this Corte Sepr 26, 1676 ye agreement of ye Persons Concerned as to ye Distribution of ye Estate of Wm. Warriner Deceased which Articles of agreement is upon ffile, & ye Corte haveing Considered it have Confirmed itt.

'Here ffolloweth a Coppy of ye Articles of agreement betwixt ye

'Legates of ye Estate of Wm. Warriner Deceased what each persons part of ye estate shall bee

Bee it known to all whome it may Concern that it is mutually agreed between Elizabeth Widdow on ye One part, & James Warriner, Joseph Warriner and Thomas Noble ye children of Wm. Warriner, her late husband on ye Other part what as to ye Devition of ye Estate of ye sayd Wm. Warriner the sayd widdow shall have & enjoy the third of her Husband's whole Estate during her naturall life, and moreover she is to enjoy ye whole house and house lott, ye half of ye homelott & ye whole meaddow yt lyeth against ye homelott & ye whole orchard except one Row of trees and alsoe so much of ye Barn as she needes to Bestow ye Product of her part of ye Land in, & ye Lott on ye other side of ye River Right against ye house Conteining three acres three Roods or thereabouts all these to be to he with ye Preveledges & Appurtenances thereto belonging During her naturall life or Widdowhood moreover ye savd Widdow shall Receive out of ye state of her sayd Husband the sum of fifteene Poundes (which shall presently be set Out to her) to be hers and at her free Dispose for ever, also shall have ye whole Produce yt she can Rayse out of ye Premises by her Own Diligent & Prudent Labor & to be to her & at her free dispose for ever.

And ye Rest of ye Estate of ye sayd Wm. Warriner shall all & every part of it be to ye children of ye sayd Wm. Warriner wholdly free & quit from all Claime or Challenge yt may be made by ye sayd widdow or any other by, from, or under her.

Hereto as our free and voulentary act & Deed we have for ye Preventing qarrl & Discord & for ye maintaineing of mutuall love & peace between us, given our free & full Consent except ye Corte see Cause to alter ye same or part thereof and in Confirmation hereof we have subjoined our handes & seales ye Day & yeare above written

Elizabeth F Warriner her mark Thomas Noble James Warriner Joseph Warriner

In Presence off John Russell Jur Samll Marshfield

To ye abovesayd agreement were ffour seales affixed.

The abovesayd Instrumt being Presented to the Corte Septr 26, 1676 at Springfield & it being ye mutuall agreement of ye abovesayd Persons the Corte did Confirm it.

As Attests Samll Partrigg Recordr.'"[1]

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Warriner, Rev. Edwin. The Warriner Family of New England Origin: Being a History and Genealogy of William Warriner, Pioneer Settler of Springfield, Mass., and His Descendants, Embracing Nine Generations from 1638 to 1898, with an Appendix Containing Genealogical Notes of Other Persons and Families in America Bearing the Same Name. (Albany, N. Y.: Joel Munsell's Sons, 1899)
    9-20.

    "The original ancestor of the New England Warriners joined the settlers of Springfield, Mass., in 1638. His birthplace and ancestry are unknown."

    There appears to be no evidence, other than the name, to connect William Warriner the emigrant to New England, with William Warriner of Yorkshire or William Warriner of Kent.

    "William Warriner, the New England ancestor, was made a freeman, or voter, in 1638."

    Probably not. The William Warriner who was admitted was grouped with number of Ipswich men and it is unlikely that any from Springfield were admitted this early. See NEHGS 3:96 (1849).

  2. 2.0 2.1 William Warriner, in Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862)
    4:428-429.

    "William (Warriner), Springfield, freem. 2 May 1638, m. 31 July 1639, Joanna Searl, as Mr. Boltwood reads the name, d. of John, as he thinks, but Mr. Judd is sure the name was Scant, had James, b. 21 Jan. 1641; Hannah, 17 Aug. 1643; Joseph, 6 Feb. 1645; and his w. d. 7 Feb. 1661. He m. 2 Oct. 1661, sec. w. Eliz. wid. of Luke Hitchcock of Wethersfield, and d. 2 June 1676. His wid. m. Joseph Baldwin of Hadley. Eliz. W. wh. m. John Strong jr. was perhaps his sis. or the name may be wrong. Hannah, his only d. m. 1 Nov. 1660, Thomas Noble."

  3. Stott, Clifford L. Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002)
    1:64.

    "William warrener died the 2 day of June 1676"

  4.   Thomas Tibballs, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011)
    7:37.

    "… William Warriner {1639, Springfield} …"

  5. William Warriner, in Find A Grave.

    No tombstone shown