Charles Aaron and Edith Adelaide (Marshall)Warren, son Charles Dickens Warren, 8 North 50 West
In 1880 Rice County, Minnesota, Charles Warren is farming, 42, with Adelaide 30, Adeline 14, Anna 9, Charles 4, and Leroy 1.
In 1885 Antelope County, Nebraska, Charles is farming, 47, with A.E. 42, both born in New York. Annie 14, Charles 8, and Leroy 5 were born in Minnesota.
Addie (Warren) Putney 1867-1899 is buried in Antelope County # 78521727, "Wife of Marvin B. Putney."
Charles A. claimed a quarter in section 25, 8N 50W in 1899.
In 1900 Logan County, Charles A., born Sept 1837 with Edith Sept 1841 both born in New York, have Charles D. June 1877 Minnesota. Edith ahs had six kids, five living.
Charles D. Warren claimed a quarter in section 26 in 1905.
In 1910 Logan County, Charles A. Warren 72, married 51 years to Adeline 68, both born in New York , are faring. She's had seven kids, four living.
Charles 1837-1915 is buried in Lincoln, Nebraska # 74860902,
with Edith A. Warren 1841-1917 # 76855190.
Adelaide E. Warren 1841-1917 is also there # 74860900, so these are the same person.
"He was united in marriage to Miss Adelade Marshall in February 1857
at Ogdensburg, New York, and to this union was born eight children, two dying in
infancy. Four surviving children were present at his funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren moved to Minnesota in 1860 and from there to Nebraska in
1880, locating in Syracuse where they lived until four years ago, at which time
he sold his property and they returned to Syracuse to make their home.They
had gone to Lincoln, Nebraska, to spend holidays with their son Roy, when the
final summons came.
Roy Edward Warren was born June 5, 1879 at Wells, Rice County, Minnesota.
August 1899 Sterling "Mr. and Mrs. Roy Warren and mother were in the city to-day, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win Morris."
In 1910 Lincoln, Nebraska, Roy is a railway clerk, with Caroline born
in Canada, both 34, Eugene 9 born in Colorado , Charles B. 5, and Rupert 1.
Caroline's mother Zoe Benjamin 72 is with them.
Zoe Poulin Benjamin 1837-1911 is buried in Webster County, Nebraska # 68979609, with Benjamin..
Charles Bernard Warren was born at Lincoln to Roy E. Warren and Caroline Benjamin.
In 1920 Lincoln, Nebraska, Roy E. Warren is a railway clerk, born in Minnesota, with Caroline born in Canada, both 44,
18 Colorado, Bernard 15 Nebraska, Rupert 11 Nebraska, Edith
9 Nebraska, and Catherine 7 Nebraska.
In 1930 Lincoln, Roy and Caroline have
Eugene L. 29 a delivery-man, Rupert A. 21 no occupation,
and Catherine 17 an orchestra musician.
June 8, 1930 "At an early morning ceremony Monday, Miss Louise Hanson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hanson, will be wed to Eugene LeRoy Warren,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Warren, at the home of the bride’s parents, 3025 F street.
Rev. D. P. McCullough will read the service at 10 o’clock. The couple will be unattended.
Miss Catherine Warrep will play the wedding march, and only immediate relatives
will be preesnt. A wedding breakfast for twenty will follow. Mr. Warren will take
his bride for a trip to the Black Hills and Yellowstone. They will live in Lincoln."
Caroline M. Warren 1875-1936 is buried in Lincoln # 154926507.
July 11, 1936 "Mrs. Caroline Marie Warren, 61, resident of Lincoln 34 years, died at her home, 2703 Randolph Street, at 1:25 o'clock Friday
afternoon. She was a member of St. Teresa's Catholic Church, of the Altar Society of the church
, and was active in the dramatics club. She was born near Quebtb, Can.,
on June 6, 1875. Surviving are her husband, Roy E., three sons; Eugene and Bernard of Lincoln
and Rupert of New York City; two daughters, Edith Koeller of Norfolk and Katherine
of Lincoln, and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9 o’clock Monday
morning at St. TeresHchurch. Father Keaney officiating. Interment at Calvary.
Roy E. Warren 1879-1950 is also buried there # 54926794.
"On March 12, 1981, at approximately 9:30 p.m., Eugene Warren, age 80, was walking on a public sidewalk in Lincoln. Alexander, riding a bicycle, nearly collided with Warren. An altercation occurred, and after an exchange of words Alexander left the scene, located a pile of junk in a nearby yard, and picked up a metal pipe approximately 2 feet long, 3 inches around, and weighing 10 pounds. Ten minutes later Alexander found Warren still walking on the sidewalk. Approaching Warren from behind, Alexander struck Warren in the head with the pipe. The first blow dazed Warren, and approximately 30 seconds later Alexander, gripping the pipe with both hands, struck Warren again. After Warren had collapsed on the sidewalk, Alexander "just turned around and walked off."
Warren was discovered lying on the roadway and taken for emergency care at Lincoln General Hospital around 10 p.m. Extensive efforts to revive Warren failed, and he died at 4:45 a.m. on March 13, 1981."
Bernard Warren, a musician, age 23, married Edith Lillian Roder, 20, born at Fordland Missouri, at Council Bluffs, Iowa on September 8, 1926
October 17, 1965 "Bernard Charles (Bernie) Warren, 61, of Santa Maria, Calif.,
former musician and tennis champion in Lincoln, died Saturday in California.
Cause of death was a heart attack following a tennis match.
Warren lived in Lincoln until 1963, when he and Mrs. Warren moved to California.
Mr. Warren won several tennis tournaments, including the Lincoln spring tournament,
the tournament Class B tourney in Lincoln in 1951. He twice won the city tennis
championship, once after he was 40, and both times defeating Msgr. Thomas Kealy of Lincoln,
Mr. Warren's brother, Eugene of Lincoln, said. Mr. Warren was also a professional musician,
playing drums with several Lincoln bands. From 1917 to 1951 he and Eugene Warren were
partners in the Warren Bros. Co., hauling newspaper bundles around Lincoln for the
Lincoln Journal and the Lincoln Star. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Edith L. Warren
of Santa Maria; two sons, Fred of Santa Maria and Lt'. Larry of Mayo, two brothers; Eugene of Lincoln and Rupert of Buffalo, N.Y.;
two sisters, Mrs. Edith Koeller of Arkansas City, Kan. and Mrs. Catherine Ziepler
of Sunnyvale, N.J.; and one..."
Charles is buried in Lincoln 1904-1965 # 104405060, with Edith 1907-1995 # 104405224.
In 1934 Rupert Warren, born June 5, 1908
at Lincoln, and Eileen born January 8, 1902 at
Schenectady, New York, passed throught the
Panama Canal to New York.
Rupert is a lawyer in 1940 New York, with Eileen 38 born in New York, and son Robert 1.
October 1972 "Rupert Warren, former Lincoln resident, will retire at the end cf the year
as president of Trico Products Corp. of Buffalo, N.Y., a manufacturer of automobile
windshield wipers employing almost 3,000 persons. Warren joined the firm in 1944.
He is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and a a former employe of the Lincoln Star"
Rupert died in December 1998.
Charles D. Warren married Gertrude C. Acott on April 25, 1902, recorded in Logan County.
In 1910 Logan County, Charles is 33, born in Minnesota, married eight years to Gertrude 24 Nebraska. Alice E. is 7, Chas. A. 3.
Charles registered for WWI in Logan County, farming, with Gertrude Cecily Warren, born June 18, 1876.
In 1920 Logan County, Charles is farming, 43, with Gertrude 39 born in Nebraska. Alice E. 17 and Charles A. 13 were born in Colorado.
In 1930 Logan County, Charles is 53, married to Goldyn,
36 born in Indiana. Her kids Junior Fickes 9, Mary P. 8, and Alva J. 6.
(Howard C. Fickes, 25, and Golden F. Horney married in 1919 in Holyoke, Colorado. Howard C. Fickes and Goldyn Fickes divorced in Logan County in 1926.)
In 1940 Logan County, still farming, Charles is 63,
Golden 46, Alva 16, Mary E. 18, and Roy 5.
Charles is buried in Fleming 1876-1968 # 54020169, with Gerturde Cicely (Acott) Warren 1880-1921.
Mrs. Goldyn Warren will receive her bachelor's degree from
Colorado State College next Thursday. What sets her apart from her
fellow graduating seniors is the fact thai she is 75-years-old
and is completing a college education that started in 1926.
She is honored by President Darrell Holmes. Mrs. Goldyn Warren
will probably be the oldest person ever receive a bachelor's
degree from Colorado State College when that honor is bestowed
upon her next week, school officials say. Mrs. Warren is 75
years old. She's completing a college education that started on
the Greeley campus in 1926. Originally from Merino, Colo.,
she was acting director of the Welfare Department in Sterling
in recent years, Mrs. Warren has continued her education by taking extension courses from CSC Mrs. Warren completed two years of college back in the 1920's
and then taught for a while in Fleming. Midst raising four
children, she was a social worker for the Logan County Welfare
Department for l0 years, and director of the Welfare Department
in Holyoke for 12 years. At Holyoke, she had to be a departmental
director social worker and case supervisor all at the same time.
On occasion, she drove as far
as 200 miles once each week to attend class. She has always
wanted to finish her degree, so she returned to complete work
in social sciences and English this summer graduate Thursday
morning, August 21. Following commencement, she plans to tour Europe for a month
and then return to the relaxation of retirement in her Sterling home."
Goldyn - January 20, 1894, died September 1982, in Englewood, Colorado per one tree.
Mary Patricia Fickes 1922-2015.
Alva Thomas (FICKES) Warren born July 3, 1923 at Merino, died October 10, 1998.
Addie (Warren) Putney 1867-1899 is buried in Antelope County # 78521727, "Wife of Marvin B. Putney."
Annie Warren (daughter of Charles A. Warren and Edith Adelade Marshall)
was born July 19, 1870 in Elysian, Minnesota.
Her folks moved into Northwestern
Nebraska (Antelope County) where her Dad took or filed on, school land, and she
lived there until fifteen years old.She then went to Minneapolis, Minnesota
and stayed for five or six months with her brother, Will, then for five or six
months with her brother Fred in Syracuse, Nebraska. She taught the St. Claire
Valley school in Antelope county in 1888 teaching one term of school there at
the age of 17.($105.00 for three months--summer term of school.
Annie died December 01, 1957
in Sterling, Colorado.She married Winfield Morris on January 31, 1889 in St. Claire, Antelope,
Nebraska, son of John Morris and Louisa or Luesa Chilstrom.
They were married by a Baptist minister, left the same day
for Colorado, came to Fleming Colorado and settled on a homestead. After six
years on a homestead in the Fleming district, in 1895, came to Sterling of
which community they have since been well known and honored citizens.
Win and Annie with the family moved to California in 1914-19-15 (for a couple
of years) and then lived in Sterling until her death, December 1, 1957.
Annie 1870-1957 is buried in Sterling, # 47602511, with Winfield 1862-1946.