Warren M. Fales
Warren timber-claimed a quarter in 29, 7N 48W in 1895.
One, not too likely, is
My great grandfather, Warren M. Fales, was born 7 Mar 1840. The family says
he was born in New York State, but his birthplace is listed as Iowa on an 1880
census report. He served in an Iowa regiment in the Civil War from 1861-1863
when he received a disability discharge. One of his children was said to have
been born in Souix City, Iowa. A younger child was probably born in Nevada.
Warren died in Placerville, California on 5 June 1910. I need to know who his
parents were, and confirm his place of birth. Can anyone help? Don Carsten
Acc'g to WDF p84, Warren Metcalf Fales was b Troy NY 7 Mar 1840, was mustered in 18 Jul 1861 at Burlington IA as Sgt Co. I, 6th Reg. IA Vols. Disch. for disab. 7 Mar 1863. Thats all on him. He Was son of Charles Fales and Elizabeth Smith. Charles was son of Sewell and Lois Thurston Fales. Fales line: Joseph Fales & Sarah Kingsbury; James Fales and Sarah Witherall; Ebenezer Fales and Sarah Onion; James Fales and Anne Brock.
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John Thomas Fales
In 1885 this Warren Fales is in Colfax/Cuming County, Nebraska, 52, a merchant. Son Frank 25 is a schoolteacher, Raymont 15 and Ralph 13.
In 1886 El Dorado County, California he was the Surgeon for the G.A.R. Post in Placerville.
In 1907 his pension from service in Company I, Sixth Iowa was increased to thirty dollars per month, Acby act of the 59th Congress.
FindAGrave 98922017 has him born Jan 22, 1840 in New York, dying June 5, 1910, buried in El Dorado, California "Husband of Cynthia J. Fales born April 1845 in Ohio"
THE MORE LIKELY ONE IS FROM CHENOA
Buried in Chenoa Cemetery, McLean County Illinois is Warren Madison Fales 1838-1909 and Charlotte Fales 1836-1912.
In 1850 Franklin County, Maine, Warren is 12, Franklin A. 19, David 22,, in the Samuel Grant 70 and Millatia 50 Grant family.
Next household includes Eliphael 31 Fales, and Mary 32, with Sarah E. 3.
In 1860 Franklin County, Melatiah Grant is 60, with Franklin S. Fales 29 and Warren 22. Next household is Eliphael's family, and the next is David, now married to Almina, both 32, and son Layan F. 5.
In 1870 Chenoa, Illinois, Warren and Charlotte have Florence, Warren, and
W.M. Fales was an alderman at the Chenoa organization in 1872-1873.
In 1880 Chenoa Warren is a dry goods merchant, 47, Charlotte is 44, Florence E. is 15, Warren D. 12, and Susan A. 10.
1889 The Crosby Block was a brick structure two stories high with a
and was built by A. M. Crosby and Ellis Shipman in 1874 at a cost of $20,000. It
stood in the center of the business portion of the town and was an ornament to
the city. It was strongly built, conveniently appointed and was occupied by a
number of the leading business firms of the town. The block was built in six
divisions or business buildings one of which was owned by Captain John Hickey,
two by Mr. W. A. Haynes, one by W. M. Fales another by Mr. Jewell and the last
by O. D. Sanborn. Captain Hickey occupied his building with a saloon on the
first floor and his office on the second floor. W. A. Haynes loss was $5,500. Miss
Hattie Castle's millinery stock was mostly saved. Mr. H. Lillies cigar factory
was on the second floor. Mr. Haynes other building was occupied on the first
floor by the Post Office, Mr. S. S. Chapman was the Post Master. He saved all
of the mail. Mr. H. O. Hedge was over the Post Office. His loss was heavy. Mr. W.
M. Fales general stock of dry goods was consumed. Above Mr. Fales was the Odd
Susan, born Jun 4, 1869 at Chenoa married Harry E. Mattocks, and they had Ruth March 22, 1892 in Chenoa. Susan died Dec 13, 1943 in Clark County, Illinois, and was buried in Oakland Village, COles ounty.
In 1900 Chenoa, Warren M. Apr 1833 is a woodworker and Charlotte D. Jan 1836, both born in Massachusetts, have widowed daughter Florence E. Hedyr, a dressmaker, born July 1864 in Illinois, with her Chester W. Mar 1890 and Josephine Dec 1891, both Illinois.
His Sons of the Revolution record says he was born April 11, 1833, mother
Harriet Tucker, spouse Charlotte BUllard Nichols, and died Nov 19, 1908 -
son Warren Dexter Fales.W. Dexter Fales, class of 1885, worked in the United
States Treasury Depart
ment while he studied medicine. He never practiced except as he assisted his
wife, who was a physician.
C.B. Fales is widowed in 1910 Chenoa, with Florence Hedge, Chester 19, and Josephine 18.
|October 5, 1883 ACCUSED OF FRAUD. J. K. Snyder, of the Chenoa Exchange Bank; Arrested for Embezzlement. Chenoa, Ill. Oct. 4. The sssltmment of the Exchange Bank of Chenoa to J. H. Odell, Cashier of the Union National Bank of Chicago, is still the ll-absorbing topic of conversation in this city. There appears to be two factions arsons: his creditors hers. A portion of them circulated a petition yesterday which was signed by fifteen to twenty, sivlns; him one and two .years at 6 per cent and allowing him to continue his business, but this fore noon Mr. Duyaer was arrested by the Deputy Sheriff on a charge of swindling and embezzlement, preferred by a portion of his creditors, and all his debtors Ear nix heed. He was taken to Bloomington. Several prominent business men accompanied him for tarn purpose or stnnr on ma rxmas ana rennsnnc him any assistance to their power. THE KXAMINATIOa. Speeial Telegram lo The InWr Ocean. BlxtOMrs'GTOX. lU.. Oct. 4- The examination of John C Hnyder, the bankrupt banker and business man of Chenoa, this county, is (coins on to-nbrht in thin elty. bayder was arrested this morning' at Chenoa on a warrant sworn out by Kingman & Co. and Warren M. Fales, of Chenoa. two creditors, who assert that be was entity of fraud la receiving; deposits after he knew that he wsa in a condition of insolvency, lie was confronted with two attachment, for debt, ajrirreg'atin- $1,000.- Snyder's failure noma ions much eommeroiai commotion at Chenoa, as the bank was largely patronized and had universal ood Aden or. As the iuvavtiemtion prooseds. startling developments are made that show quite a rotten condition of things. The creditors are particularly wrothv on sooonnt of the clever performance of Cashier John J. P. OdelL of the First National Bank of Calcatro, who In the ear i lee t stage of the fail are succeeded in obtaining bills of sale for the entire assets almost.|