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John Warner (1776-1852)

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1776 Born in London, son of Tomson Warner and his wife Mary[1]

Married Esther

1806 of The Crescent, Jewin St; birth of son John[2]

1811 Married Sarah Borham in Thanet[3]

1812 Brass founder. Birth of son Charles[4]

By 1815 he was head of the firm of John Warner and Sons

1815 Birth of son Robert in Cripplegate

1819 Birth of son Frederick[5]

1841 Brass founder, living in Great Amwell, Hertfordshire, with Sarah, 50, Ann Borham 60, John Warner Jr. 35, brassfounder, Susanna Warner 30, Alfred Warner 25, brass founder, Fredk Warner 20, Elizabeth Warner 15, Celia Warner 5, William Warner 6, Anna Warner 4[6]

1845 Death of John Junior in Hoddesdon[7]

1851 Retired brassfounder, living in Hoddesdon, with Sarah Warner 62, Harriette Warner 25, Mary Warner 23[8]

1852 Died in Hoddesdon, Herts

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