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James W.  and Daisy Warriner,    Mildred

Edward W. Warriner married Augusta F. Savage, daughter of William Savage and Lydia M. Stockwell,July 4, 1870 in Geauga, Ohio, per one tree. 

They had a daughter born Jan 16, 1871 at Hambden, Geauga County.

Edward Warriner is farming in El Paso County, Colorado in 1880, 34, married to Augusta 27, with daughter Bertha, 9, all born in Ohio.

In 1900 Franklin County, Nebraska, James born October 1888 in Nebraska, is with Rachel A. Warriner May 1849 and "Eward" Sept 1847, both Ohio, farming.

Rachael A. "Werriner" and Edward are in Franklin County in 1910.

Edward W. Warriner ?- 1910 - is listed in the Franklin County file, with a death notice.

Rachel (Hall) Warriner 1849-1933 is listed in the Franklin County obituary file.

In 1910 Franklin County, William Warriner is 21, Daisy 23, just married.

James William Warriner, born at Franklin Nebraska October 26, 1889, registered for WWI farming in Yuma County, with a wife.

James proved up 280 acres in 10 and 11, 3S 45W in 1920, and Stock-claimed forty acres next to it , also in 1920.  Witnesses were John D. Petefish, Rollie G. Easten (probably should be Eastin), Henry Vogel, Allen Keith, all with Vernon, Colorado addresses.

 In 1920 Yuma County James 31 and Daisy J. 35, born in Iowa , are farming.  They're still there in 1930 and 1940.

The 1934 directory has J.W. farming in 11-3S-45, and an H.H. Warriner running a garage in Yuma.

The 1937 directory has C.C. Warriner (Velma) laborer, 15 miles north and 3 west of Yuma, a laborer, phone 3F23.

James 1889-1972 is buried in Wray. 81491738 - so is Daisy 1885-1968.

In 1900 Teller County, Colorado, Albert D. "Cain" born May 1861 in Wisconsin, a carpenter, is married to Bertha E. Jan 1872 Ohio.  They have Luella V. April 1891 Colorado and Alva B. July 1896 Colorado.

August 8, 1940 Mullan, Idaho "at a dessert bridge on the lawn of the home of Mrs. Albert Kane"

In 1910 Spokane, Washington, Albert D. is 48, Wisconsin, married 22 years to Bertha E. 38.  They have Louella V. 18, born in Colorado, Benjamin A. 13 Colorado, and Florence A. 2 Nevada.  Florence A. Nunneley, mother-in-law 57, widowed, Ohio, is also with them.  (Archie Nunnelly 1839-1908 is buried in Denver Fairmount)

Bertha E. and Albert D. Kane are in Missoula County, Montana in 1920, with daughter Florence A. 12, born in Nevada.

September 4, 1937, Lake County, Montana -Florence Alberta Hall, 29, of Ronan, Montana, born in Reno, Nevada, daughter of Albert Degamo Kane and Bertha Elaine "Warner", married Harry Hall, 40, born at Carl, Missouri to Walter Scott Hall and Clara Belle Sheets.

Bertha Elena Kane, daughter of Edward Willard Warriner and Florence Augusta Savage, married Elmer Young Sept 5, 1942 in Lake County Montana.  She was born about 1873, Elmer about 1881.

March 1937 A 'Montana dust-bowl" farmer, Louis Richardson, faces a charge of manslaughter today, more than a month after his wife disappeared in subzero weather and later was found dead by searchers in a cut-bank, where she had apparently taken shelter from a knife-edged wintry blast. "The charge against Richardson is predicated," said County Attorney Gordon Berg, of Carter county, "upon failure of the husband to protect his wife," in allowing her to go out into a blizzard alone." Under Bond Richardson is at liberty under $1,500 bond. He will appear in district court on the charge, which specifically lists criminal neglect. The case is expected to be tried next fall. Charges against the rancher, Berg said, were filed on complaint of Sheriff James Armstrong. At a preliminary hearing before Justice of the Peace J. R. Lane, testimony of the sheriff, John T. Hinds and Donald McNabb, hired men at the Richardson ranch; John Oass, of Belle Fourche, S. D.; Deputy Sheriff Almon Hall; Mrs. Emma Osgood, mother of Mrs. Richardson, and Henry Davenport, a neighbor of the Richardsons, was heard. In the testimony it was brought out Mrs. Richardson left her home Jan. 19, with the avowed intent of walking to the Davenport ranch a mile away, following a domestic altercation. The temperature, witnesses said, was 13 degrees below zero that day.

Body Found When the woman failed to arrive at the Davenport ranch, Sheriff Armstrong led a searching party that found her frozen body by following an occasional footprint in drifted snow on southeastern Montana's rolling rangeland. The body was found in a cut bank, seven miles from the Richardson home, about a mile over the state line in Crook county, Wyoming. The temperature the night Mrs. Richardson left home, witnesses said, fell to about 27 degrees below zero. The body of Mrs. Richardson, 27-year-old mother of two children, was found four days after she left home. The Richardson ranch is in the sparsely settled, drought-stricken cattle country, about 15 miles southeast of Albion, Mont. Witnesses at the preliminary hearing said Mrs. Richardson had been in the habit of leaving home and walking to the Davenport ranch following domestic quarrels. Assistant Prosecutor Berg declined to discuss the case, saying, "Anything I could say would be entirely conjectural," and added merely "She walked away" when questioned about Mrs. Richardson's leaving home. "Why he permitted his wife to go out In the storm I do not know," said Sheriff Armstrong, who also appeared reticent and reluctant to discuss the case.

April 1956 Sanders County Montana, Florence Hall of Ronan, born in Reno Nevada, married Louie E. Richardson.

Louis E. Richardson, 1898-1958 is buried in Kalispell, Montana.

Helena, Montana November 22, 1952 "YOUNG, Elmer E., age 71, of Ronan, Montana. Funeral arrangements are pending"

November 29, 1952 YOUNG, Elmer E., age 71, of Ronan, Montana. Body was forwarded to Hardin, Montana for burial in the Custer Battlefield National cemetery.

Elmer E. Young is listed in Custer Battlefield National, Montana

 Section C Site 472

Birth: May 14 1881 Death: Nov 22 1952


Louella V. (Kane) Dann 1891-1988 is buried in Fresno, California # 74414095


Harry Hastings Warriner born April 5, 1881 in Franklin County, Nebraska died January 4, 1948 in San Diego. #99906409.   Findagrave 99906463 has spouse Maude F. (Smith) Warriner. 1889-1956.

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