|Birth: ||Apr. 15, 1915|
|Death: ||May 4, 1973|
Kathryn-9 Elizabeth Crippen, B.A., GRS., was the only child of W. Irving-8 Crippen and his wife Emma Ada Slider.
She completed her studies at Michigan Sate College/University at East Lansing, MI, majoring in higher mathematics and received a life-time teaching certificate.
After a four-year engagement, she married Russell Lewis Warner, B.A., GRS, of Wheatfield Twp., (Williamston), Ingham, MI.
3 WARNER children: all presently living (2015): J.C.W., D.I.W., and M.E.W.
After being a successful farmer's housewife (canning, gardening, raising 3 children, sewing, 4-H leader, substitute teacher at the North Leslie (Ingham Co., MI) Teaspoon Corners country school, and community leader (and after her children left home), she began researching her Crippen genealogy in earnest. Her father, W. Irving Crippen had shared his love for genealogy with her, and it was a natural interest for her to follow.
In 1972, she and her husband, Russell drove back east and found the link between William Crippen and his wife Content Standish in the Kenyonville Cemetery (also known as Eagle Harbor), Gaines, Orleans, NY. She purchased the Crippen research collection of Samuel Willett Comstock of Devon, CT, and began collating the findings from that collection. At the same time, her interest included finding Michigan pioneers, and she contributed many work sheets to the Michigan Pioneer project.
After her untimely death, her husband Russell worked on her Crippen research and compiled the results for the Mayflower Society's Silver-Cover Myles Standish edition, Vol. 14, pub. 1997.
Lineage (direct) to Thomas-1 CRIPPEN:
CRIPPEN: Kathryn-9 E. (Crippen) Warner, W. Irving-8 Crippen, Isaac-7 Crippen, Ansel-6 B. Crippen, William-5 Crippen m. Content Standish, John-4 Crippen, John-3 Crippen, Lieut Jabez-2 Crippen, Thomas-1 CRIPPEN.
Lineage to Edward-1 FULLER, passenger on the Mayflower, 1620:
FULLER: Kathryn-11 E. (Crippen) Warner, W. Irving-10 Crippen, Isaac-9 Crippen, Ansel-8 B. Crippen, William-7 Crippen m. Content-6 STANDISH, John-6 Crippen, John-5 Crippen, Jabez-4 Crippen m. Thankful-4 FULLER, John-3 Fuller, Samuel-2 Fuller m. Jane LOTHROP, Edward-1 FULLER.
Lineage to Captain Myles-1 STANDISH, military leader of the Mayflower passengers, 1620:
STANDISH: Kathryn-9 E. (Crippen) Warner, W.Irving-8 Crippen, Isaac-7 Crippen, Ansel-6 B. Crippen, William-5 Crippen m. Content-6 STANDISH, Israel-5 Standish Jr., Israel-4 Standish Sr., Samuel-3 Standish, Josiah-2 Standish, Myles-1 STANDISH.
Lineage to Wolfgang G. STELZER:
STELZER: Kathryn-5 E. (Crippen) Warner, Emma-4 Ada (Slider) Crippen, Augusta-3 Johanna (Stelzer) Slider, John-2 Wolfgang Stelzer, Wolfgang-1 G. Stelzer who was the only one of his family who came to the United States (from Bavaria) and he migrated in 1853 with his wife Anna Margrett/Margurete/Margaret (Cryle) and family of six children: Margaret, John W., Adam, John B., Elizabeth, and James. Youngest son, Henry, was born in Cohoctah Twp., Livingston, MI.
Source: Birth, wedding and death certificates with daughter, Mary E. Warner. Also: approved Mayflower Descendant certificates from the Mayflower Society for Myles Standish and Edward Fuller.
Family Photo Collection: with Mary E. Warner. Some pages with the original photos are with the MI State Library. Photos collected and identified with genealogical information by Russell Lewis Warner, GRS, in 3-ring binder and loose sheets.
See also: Donna Logan's newsletter, 1993: http://journals.drloken.net/PDFS/
Research: Mary E. Warner, 2011.
Washington Irving Crippen (1876 - 1960)
Emma Ada Slider Crippen (1883 - 1961)
Russell Lewis Warner (1912 - 1980)*
Married December 27 1938
Plot: East side
Maintained by: Mary E. Warner
Originally Created by: Woodie
Record added: May 14, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37106311