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Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 6 May 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 16 Nov 2001 3:31PM GMT
Surnames: Warner, Esshom, Shurtliff, Black, Kelsey, Burzee, Robison, Tyler
Esshom, Frank. Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p. 1230:

Came to Utah in October of 1851, with the Luman Shurtliff company. He was an Indian War veteran; helped to build the first wall around Fillmore to protect the settlers against Indians.

Black, Susan W. E. Early LDS Membership Data (Infobases, 1995):

Comments: In 1860 Orange had a household of 10, real wealth of $500, and personal wealth of $1200.

Vocation: Farmer, 1860

Property: Nauvoo Visitor's Center, Land Records Office:

He owned Block 43 in Nauvoo, which is bordered by Hyrum St. on the north; Joseph St. on the south; Wells St. on the east; and Durphy St. on the west.

Endowment: Nauvoo Temple Endowment Register, p. 327.

Utah Arrival: LDS Film #298442, Utah Immigration Card Index, 1847-1868:

Warner, Orange 1851, Crossed plains in 3rd company, or Capt. Easton Kelsey's Company. Journal History, Dec. 31, 1851. Supplement, p. 4.

History of Orange Warner and wives taken from family group sheets:

Arrived in Salt Lake Valley with Shirtliff Company in Oct. 1851., went down to Fillmore, Millard, Utah arriving on 28 Oct 1851.

Orange Warner was born 23 June 1805 in Charlotteville, Schoharie, New York, son of Horatio Warner and Mary or Polly Burzee (of Massachusetts). Orange Warner married 1st Lovina Robison; 2nd Delilah Robison; 3rd Mary Elvira Tyler between 1847 and 1849.

His potrait hangs in the Utah State Capital Building in Fillmore, Utah.

Re: Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 6 Mar 2007 4:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am new at this, but I am looking for info on the same line. My Grandfather is Eugene Warner, he died at the age of 39. I know my Great, Great, Great? grandfather is Orange Warner and I have been to Fillmore and have a picture of him from the State House. I have also been to Navuoo and got the land record for the property owned by the Warner's there, I would love to talk with you about any information you may have, I have a little but like I was saying I am a beginner at this and would love your help. Please email me at sandyhansen_c21@yahoo.com. I live in Midway, Utah. Thank you for your help. Sandy

Re: Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 11 Apr 2007 2:37AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Reed, Tyler, Warner
I believe we have been in touch in the past. Orange Warner was my great-grandfather's step-father. Orange married Mary Tyler Reed not long after she gave birth to Dewitt Clinton Reed in Montrose. I have been able to document much of Dewitt's paternal line but have yet to determine exactly what happened to his biological father. Also, I would like to know how Dewitt blended in with Orange's family. What I have on these individuals can be found online at www.VisitOurFamilyTree.net

Re: Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 26 Aug 2008 1:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am doing a presentation on Orange Warner at the DeLoy Stewart family reunion this weekend. I wondered if you could email me a copy of the information and pictures you have. Sounds like you're doing great and not much of a beginner.

Thank you- Marilynn Stewart- Bear River City, UT
mostewart@frontiernet.net

Re: Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 27 Aug 2008 4:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: warner
I sent information to Marily Stewart, including a history I compiled and pictures. If anyone else wants the information, me know.

Re: Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 27 Aug 2008 6:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Would love to have the info you sent Marily Stewart. My email is sandyhansen_c21@yahoo.com Thank you, Sandy

Re: Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 28 Aug 2008 11:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Warner, Reed
I would very much like to receive this info on Orange & family. My email is dwreed22@gmail.com

Thanks!

Re: Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 8 May 2011 8:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Warner, Prisbrey, Ray, Robison
I hope this address is still valid, I am interested in receiving this information as well. Orange Warner is my 4xgreat-grandfather.

I am descended from he & Delilah Robison's daughter Cornelia Elizabeth Warner, who first married John Ray in 1862 then Joseph Smith Prisbrey after John died. I am struggling to find when the Prisbrey/Warner marriage took place but believe it was in Millard Co around 1866.

Best,
Nikki Dettmar

Re: Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 8 May 2011 8:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
I received some great info when I sent that message. It's not on this computer but I will get it together and email you within the next day or two.

Re: Orange Warner (b. 1805)

Posted: 8 May 2011 8:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Warner
Wow thank you so much, I appreciate it! My email is nsdettmar@gmail.com

Best,
Nikki Dettmar

Fun fact: Did you know Orange Warner (and thus we distant cousins too) is a direct descendant from the Mayflower (Richard More) and a rather interesting one at that?
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