RE: Ezra Mead 1737-1785 Don't think I ever responded to you about my decadency from Ezra. In my line, his father was Timothy. Ezra's son in my line was Michael, then Ezra C. (1802-1870); George W.; Benjamin S. and my father, Harold D. Sorry for being so long!! My email is: email@example.com if you care to get in touch. Beverly
RE: Ezra Mead 1737-1785 But of course! I descend via Michael (1770-1834),(s/o Ezra); Ezra C. (1802-1870), George W. , my gt. grandfather, Benjamin S. my grandfather and my father, Harold D. Mead. This family was the beginning of my genealogy hobby many years back. I no longer have any living relatives of my father's family.
If you would like my email is: firstname.lastname@example.org, feel free to get in touch Beverly Mead Smith
Anna Gritzer I just transferred this memorial to you :) if you have any other relatives in that cemetery, let me know. I'm still taking pictures for that cemetery. It's way bigger than it looks, hehe. Have a wonderful evening!!! <3 ~ Lori
Semi-Answer to your question Did you Google the "Descendants of Andrew Warner" book? On my wall I gave the URL: http://www.archive.org/details/descendantsofand00warn
On page 7, an Augustine was mentioned, but no direct links with Andrew were established at that time in 1919. However, some folks may have had a DNA study done lately, but I don't know about it.
I have covered most of the descendants of Jesse-4 Warner, his son David-5 Calvin Warner Sr., and ALL of his children and their descendants on FindaGrave, and I don't remember typing the name Augustine Warner.
Some of Jesse-4 Warner's children and their descendants moved to Ohio and Kentucky, except for two who came to Michigan. Did you type Augustine Warner into Google?
It would be interesting to look at your Warner chart from you back to Augustine. My email addy is on my wall.