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The Warden family, 1664-1972

by Clifford E. Warden and Victor F. Warden
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Florissant, Missouri : C.E. and V.F. Warden, 1971-1972]
3 v. : fold, geneal. table in pocket.

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Contents: pt. 1. Where and when, an introduction : Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Texas -- pt. 2. Members and details : the Warden family -- pt. 3. The documents.

James Warden, perhaps a grandson of John Warden who arrived in Charles County, Maryland, in 1664, migrated from Maryland and purchased land in Fairfax County, Virginia, in 1756. He and his wife, Sarah, had two sons. He died in Fairfax County, in 1785. His son, Elisha Warden (1761-1835) enlisted for service in the Revolutionary War in Fairfax County in 1777. He moved to Fauquier County, Virginia, in 1792 and married Fanny Dearing, daughter of Jeremiah and Betsy Dearing, there in 1798. They had ten or eleven children, 1799-1821. The family migrated to Allen County, Kentucky, ca. 1814. Descendants listed lived in Kentucky, Missouri, Illinois, Texas, and elsewhere.

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