Harold Borlase Warren

M, b. 15 December 1891, d. 1952
FatherJames Borlase Warren b. 8 Oct 1865, d. 29 Aug 1947
MotherJeanie (Jean) Cameron b. 29 Jan 1869, d. 30 Aug 1952
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited14 Apr 2015
Birth*Harold Borlase Warren was born on 15 December 1891 in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of James Borlase Warren and Jeanie (Jean) Cameron
(Witness) CensusHarold Borlase Warren appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of James Borlase Warren in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Marriage*Harold Borlase Warren married Agnes Elsie Erlands
Census*Harold Borlase Warren appeared on the census of 1921 in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Death*He died in 1952 in Uxbridge, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Burial*He was buried in Old Stone Church Cemetery, Thorah Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Agnes Elsie Erlands b. 28 November 1892, d. 15 March 1964
Children

Helen Isobel Warren

F, b. 6 December 1902
FatherWilliam Reginald (Regie) Warren b. 28 Jun 1863
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
Birth*Helen Isobel Warren was born on 6 December 1902 in Gamebridge, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of William Reginald (Regie) Warren

Helena W. Warren

F, b. 14 June 1843, d. 8 October 1931
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 19 Nov 1798, d. 23 Feb 1879
MotherLouisa Hill Lynde b. 7 Dec 1807, d. 4 Oct 1870
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited15 May 2016
Birth*Helena W. Warren was born on 14 June 1843 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of John Borlase Warren and Louisa Hill Lynde
(Witness) CensusHelena W. Warren appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of John Borlase Warren in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Married Name As of June 1870,her married name was Burnham. 
Marriage*Helena W. Warren married Zacheus Burnham, son of John Burnham and Hannah Harris, in June 1870. 
(Witness) CensusHelena W. Warren appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 in the household of Clarence Hurd Burnham in Buffalo, Erie County, New York, United States; Clarence Hurd Burnham and his mother, Helena were boarders in Buffalo, New York. His occupation and relationship to the owner was that of a boarder. 
(Witness) CensusHelena W. Warren appeared on the census of 17 April 1930 in the household of Clarence Hurd Burnham in Eggertsville, Amherst, Erie County, New York, United States
Death*Helena W. Warren died on 8 October 1931 in 499 Maynard Avenue, Eggertsville, Erie County, New York, United States, at age 88; Mrs. Helena W. Burnham, formerly most prominent in Oshawa, Canada and for two years a resident of Amherst, died at the home of her son, Clarence W. Burnham, at 499 Maynard avenue, Eggertsville, Thursday October 8, 1931. She had ben in failing health during the past five months with heart trouble.

Her age was 88 years, ans she was born in Oshawa June 4, 1843, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Warren (nee Lynde). Her husband, Judge Zacheus Burnham, died about 35 years ago. A son also predeceased her.

The remains were taken to Oshawa acompanied by her son, who is the only surviving relative. They were laid to rest among the scenes where the family came as pioneers from Ireland, and developed into influential outstanding citizens.

(From the Amherst Bee, October 15, 1931). 

Family

Zacheus Burnham b. 31 March 1819, d. 15 November 1896
Children

Dr. Henry Warren

M, b. 1838, d. 11 July 1872
Dr. Henry Warren (1838 - 1872)
FatherWilliam Warren b. 18 Oct 1800, d. 26 Jun 1887
MotherClarissa Lynde b. 13 Feb 1805, d. 17 May 1900
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited5 Sep 2016
Birth*Dr. Henry Warren was born in 1838 in Ontario, Canada
He was the son of William Warren and Clarissa Lynde
Occupation*Dr. Henry Warren was Started medical practice with his father-in-law in Brooklin and eventually practiced with his brother in the same town. in 1861 in Brooklin, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Marriage*He married Margaret Eliza Foote on 28 September 1864. 
Census*Dr. Henry Warren appeared on the census of 1871 in Whitby, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Death*He died on 11 July 1872. 
Burial*He was buried in Union Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

Family

Margaret Eliza Foote b. 20 July 1842, d. 29 May 1914
Children

Henry Frank Warren

M, b. 24 July 1872, d. 21 August 1950
FatherDr. Henry Warren b. 1838, d. 11 Jul 1872
MotherMargaret Eliza Foote b. 20 Jul 1842, d. 29 May 1914
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited6 Sep 2016
Birth*Henry Frank Warren was born on 24 July 1872. 
He was the son of Dr. Henry Warren and Margaret Eliza Foote
(Witness) CensusHenry Frank Warren appeared on the census of 1891 in the household of Margaret Eliza Foote in Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
Death*Henry Frank Warren died on 21 August 1950 at age 78. 
Burial*He was buried in St. Thomas Anglican Cemetery, Bracebridge, District of Muskoka, Ontario, Canada.

Henry H. Warren

M, b. 1870
FatherWilliam Warren Jr. b. 25 Aug 1826, d. 24 Dec 1915
MotherEliza M. Pole b. 1838
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
Birth*Henry H. Warren was born in 1870 in Ontario, Canada
He was the son of William Warren Jr. and Eliza M. Pole
(Witness) CensusHenry H. Warren appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of William Warren Jr. in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusHenry H. Warren appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of William Warren Jr. in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Occupation*Henry H. Warren was a druggist in 1891. 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 9 April 1891 in the household of William Warren Jr. in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

Isabella Warren

F, b. 1847, d. 22 February 1927
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 19 Nov 1798, d. 23 Feb 1879
MotherLouisa Hill Lynde b. 7 Dec 1807, d. 4 Oct 1870
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited26 Jul 2013
Married NameHer married name was Burke. 
Birth*Isabella Warren was born in 1847 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of John Borlase Warren and Louisa Hill Lynde
(Witness) CensusIsabella Warren appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of John Borlase Warren in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Marriage*Isabella Warren married Edward Grover Burke on 22 May 1872 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Death*Isabella Warren died on 22 February 1927 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
Burial*She was buried in Bowmanville, Durham County, Ontario, Canada

Family

Edward Grover Burke b. 1850

James Warren

M, b. 1820
Last Edited16 Jun 2015
Birth*James Warren was born in 1820 in England

Family

Child

James Borlase Warren

M, b. 8 October 1865, d. 29 August 1947
FatherFrederick Warren b. 1842, d. 9 Mar 1919
MotherAgnes Hodgkinson
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Nov 2017
Birth*James Borlase Warren was born on 8 October 1865 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of Frederick Warren and Agnes Hodgkinson
(Witness) CensusJames Borlase Warren appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Frederick Warren in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusJames Borlase Warren appeared on the census of 1881 in the household of Frederick Warren in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Marriage*James Borlase Warren married Jeanie (Jean) Cameron on 13 March 1889 in Thorah Township, Beaverton, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.
Census*James Borlase Warren appeared on the census of 1901 in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Occupation*He was a farmer in 1901. 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 1921 in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Death*He died on 29 August 1947 at age 81. 
Burial*He was buried in 1948 in Knox Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Mara Twp., Gamebridge, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Jeanie (Jean) Cameron b. 29 January 1869, d. 30 August 1952
Children

Jean Warren

F, b. 1914
FatherHarold Borlase Warren b. 15 Dec 1891, d. 1952
MotherAgnes Elsie Erlands b. 28 Nov 1892, d. 15 Mar 1964
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
Birth*Jean Warren was born in 1914 in Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of Harold Borlase Warren and Agnes Elsie Erlands
(Witness) CensusJean Warren appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Harold Borlase Warren in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

John Warren

M, b. 1828, d. 16 December 1869
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 19 Nov 1798, d. 23 Feb 1879
MotherLouisa Hill Lynde b. 7 Dec 1807, d. 4 Oct 1870
Relationship2nd great-grandfather of Roger Allan Shier
ChartsAncestors of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited28 Jun 2009
Birth*John Warren was born in 1828. 
He was the son of John Borlase Warren and Louisa Hill Lynde
Marriage*John Warren married Elizabeth Hedge, daughter of Elizabeth Holyoke Hedge, on 7 July 1859. 
Marriage*John Warren married Henrietta Hedge, daughter of Elizabeth Holyoke Hedge, on 2 October 1865. 
Death*John Warren died on 16 December 1869. 

Family 1

Elizabeth Hedge b. 1833, d. 7 September 1864
Children

Family 2

Henrietta Hedge b. 1841
Children

John Borlase Warren

M, b. 3 October 1923, d. 10 July 2005
FatherFrederic Borlase Warren b. 20 Jun 1888, d. 13 Mar 1962
MotherKatherine Campbell b. 13 Mar 1894, d. 1 Sep 1970
RelationshipUncle of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited5 Jun 2017
Birth*John Borlase Warren was born on 3 October 1923 in Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of Frederic Borlase Warren and Katherine Campbell
Marriage*John Borlase Warren married Gertrude (Marian) Martin on 16 June 1951 in Salem United Church, Clifford, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada; At Salem United Church near Clifford, Ontario. 
Death*John Borlase Warren died on 10 July 2005 in Maranook Farrm, Mara Twp., Brechin, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada, at age 81. 
Burial*He was buried on 13 July 2005 in Old Stone Church Cemetery, Thorah Twp., Beaverton, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

Family

Gertrude (Marian) Martin b. 30 July 1926, d. 31 October 2011
Child

John Borlase Warren

M, b. 21 April 1861, d. 15 October 1942
John Borlase Warren (1861 - 1942)
Photo: Mary Warren-Campbell
FatherJohn Warren b. 1828, d. 16 Dec 1869
MotherElizabeth Hedge b. 1833, d. 7 Sep 1864
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Roger Allan Shier
ChartsAncestors of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited23 Jul 2015
Name Variation John Borlase Warren was also known as Bosie Warren. 
Birth*He was born on 21 April 1861. 
He was the son of John Warren and Elizabeth Hedge
Fact 1*John Borlase Warren Graduated from the Ontario Agricultural College OAC in the spring of 1878 with a two year diploma course, the only certification offered at that point in time. 
Marriage*John Borlase Warren married Mary Gertrude (May) Gibson, daughter of James O. L. Gibson, in 1886. 
Death*John Borlase Warren died on 15 October 1942 at age 81; Died of a stroke. 
Burial*He was buried in St George's Cemetery, Park Street, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Mary Gertrude (May) Gibson b. 21 April 1861, d. 3 December 1942
Children

John Borlase Warren

M, b. 19 November 1798, d. 23 February 1879
John Borlase Warren (1798 - 1879)
FatherRobert Boyle Warren b. 1760, d. 1826
Relationship3rd great-grandfather of Roger Allan Shier
ChartsAncestors of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited19 Jul 2016
Birth*John Borlase Warren was born on 19 November 1798; Kinsale, County of Cork, Ireland. 
He was the son of Robert Boyle Warren
Emigration*John Borlase Warren emigrated in 1821; Emigrated from Cork, Ireland to Whitby, Upper Canada in 1821. 
Marriage*He married Louisa Hill Lynde, daughter of Jabez Lynde and Clarissa Clary Woodruff, in 1826. 
Census*John Borlase Warren appeared on the census of 1861 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Occupation*He was John Borlase Warren established the first post office in Whitby and subsequently became the first postmaster of the area. In 1836 he opened the Oshawa Flour Mill and also operated a general store at the corner of King and Simcoe Streets in Oshawa. Later, he became manager of the Ontario Bank at Oshawa. in 1861. 
Death*He died on 23 February 1879 at age 80. 
Burial*He was buried in St. George's Anglican Church Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Louisa Hill Lynde b. 7 December 1807, d. 4 October 1870
Children

Sir JOhn Borlase Warren

M, b. 1800, d. 1863
FatherSir Augustus Louis Carre Warren b. 1754, d. 1821
Relationship2nd cousin 5 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited30 Mar 2015
Birth*Sir JOhn Borlase Warren was born in 1800. 
Fact 1*4th Baronet of Warren's Court. 
He was the son of Sir Augustus Louis Carre Warren
Death*Sir JOhn Borlase Warren died in 1863. 

John Simpson Warren

M, b. 14 December 1865, d. 19 August 1932
FatherDr. Henry Warren b. 1838, d. 11 Jul 1872
MotherMargaret Eliza Foote b. 20 Jul 1842, d. 29 May 1914
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited6 Sep 2016
Birth*John Simpson Warren was born on 14 December 1865 in Brooklin, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of Dr. Henry Warren and Margaret Eliza Foote
(Witness) CensusJohn Simpson Warren appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Dr. Henry Warren in Whitby, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusJohn Simpson Warren appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Mary Anne Warren in Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
Death*John Simpson Warren died on 19 August 1932 in Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada, at age 66.
Burial*He was buried in St. Thomas Anglican Cemetery, Bracebridge, District of Muskoka, Ontario, Canada.

John Walter Augustus Warren

M, b. 5 April 1892, d. 3 June 1958
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 21 Apr 1861, d. 15 Oct 1942
MotherMary Gertrude (May) Gibson b. 21 Apr 1861, d. 3 Dec 1942
RelationshipGranduncle of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited31 Dec 2014
Birth*John Walter Augustus Warren was born on 5 April 1892 in Brechin, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of John Borlase Warren and Mary Gertrude (May) Gibson
Marriage*John Walter Augustus Warren married Rena Alberta Preston, daughter of Charles Harvey Edward Preston and Violet Clara Smith, on 3 September 1927 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
Death*John Walter Augustus Warren died on 3 June 1958 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada, at age 66. 
Burial*He was buried in St. George's Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Rena Alberta Preston b. 22 September 1905, d. 13 October 1993
Child

Kathleen Cecil Louise Warren

F, b. 25 October 1890
FatherWilliam Reginald (Regie) Warren b. 28 Jun 1863
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
Birth*Kathleen Cecil Louise Warren was born on 25 October 1890 in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of William Reginald (Regie) Warren

Lewis Warren

M, b. 1919
FatherHarold Borlase Warren b. 15 Dec 1891, d. 1952
MotherAgnes Elsie Erlands b. 28 Nov 1892, d. 15 Mar 1964
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
Birth*Lewis Warren was born in 1919 in Ontario, Canada
He was the son of Harold Borlase Warren and Agnes Elsie Erlands
(Witness) CensusLewis Warren appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Harold Borlase Warren in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

Lillian Maud Louise Warren

F, b. 5 April 1892, d. 3 April 1970
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 21 Apr 1861, d. 15 Oct 1942
MotherMary Gertrude (May) Gibson b. 21 Apr 1861, d. 3 Dec 1942
RelationshipGrandaunt of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited3 Dec 2014
Married NameHer married name was Clarke. 
Birth*Lillian Maud Louise Warren was born on 5 April 1892 in Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of John Borlase Warren and Mary Gertrude (May) Gibson
Marriage*Lillian Maud Louise Warren married Harold Arthur Edmund Clarke in 1915.
Death*Lillian Maud Louise Warren died on 3 April 1970 at age 77. 

Family

Harold Arthur Edmund Clarke b. 14 January 1885, d. 25 February 1961
Children

Louisa Warren

F, b. 1831, d. 1924
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 19 Nov 1798, d. 23 Feb 1879
MotherLouisa Hill Lynde b. 7 Dec 1807, d. 4 Oct 1870
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited2 Oct 2011
Married NameHer married name was Grierson. 
Birth*Louisa Warren was born in 1831. 
She was the daughter of John Borlase Warren and Louisa Hill Lynde
Death*Louisa Warren died in 1924. 

Louisa J. Warren

F, b. 1876
FatherDr. Frank Warren b. 31 May 1850, d. 9 Nov 1920
MotherHenrietta Elizabeth Burns b. 18 Sep 1850, d. 27 Aug 1912
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited3 Jul 2012
Birth*Louisa J. Warren was born in 1876. 
She was the daughter of Dr. Frank Warren and Henrietta Elizabeth Burns
(Witness) CensusLouisa J. Warren appeared on the census of 1891 in the household of Dr. Frank Warren in Whitby Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

Louise Henrietta Warren

F, b. June 1867, d. 1892
FatherJohn Warren b. 1828, d. 16 Dec 1869
MotherHenrietta Hedge b. 1841
RelationshipGreat-grandaunt of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited2 Oct 2011
Birth*Louise Henrietta Warren was born in June 1867. 
She was the daughter of John Warren and Henrietta Hedge
CensusLouise Henrietta Warren appeared on the census of 1881; Lived in the Census District of 46 Levis, Quebec. 
Married Name As of 1889,her married name was Tector. 
Census*She appeared on the census of 1891; Lived in the Census District of 172 Montreal East as a lodger. 
Death*She died in 1892. 

Family

Child

Margaret Warren

F, b. 1836, d. 2 November 1910
FatherWilliam Warren b. 18 Oct 1800, d. 26 Jun 1887
MotherClarissa Lynde b. 13 Feb 1805, d. 17 May 1900
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited4 Jul 2012
Birth*Margaret Warren was born in 1836 in Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of William Warren and Clarissa Lynde
(Witness) CensusMargaret Warren appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Rev. Edward Warren in Whitby, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Fact 1*MARGARET WARREN NEVER MARRIED. 
Death*Margaret Warren died on 2 November 1910 in Whitby, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

Margaret Warren

F, b. 1915
FatherHarold Borlase Warren b. 15 Dec 1891, d. 1952
MotherAgnes Elsie Erlands b. 28 Nov 1892, d. 15 Mar 1964
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
Birth*Margaret Warren was born in 1915 in Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of Harold Borlase Warren and Agnes Elsie Erlands
(Witness) CensusMargaret Warren appeared on the census of 1921 in the household of Harold Borlase Warren in Mara Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

Maria Elmina Warren

F, b. 5 February 1835, d. 29 January 1928
Maria Elmina Warren (1835 - 1928)
FatherWilliam Warren b. 18 Oct 1800, d. 26 Jun 1887
MotherClarissa Lynde b. 13 Feb 1805, d. 17 May 1900
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited30 Jul 2017
Birth*Maria Elmina Warren was born on 5 February 1835 in Darlington Twp, Durham County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of William Warren and Clarissa Lynde
Married Name As of 1865,her married name was Wallace. 
Marriage*Maria Elmina Warren married George Wallace in 1865. 
Death*Maria Elmina Warren died on 29 January 1928 at age 92. 
Burial*She was buried in Union Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

Family

George Wallace b. 1831, d. 12 July 1868
Child

Marion Beatrice Warren

F, b. 6 March 1887, d. July 1967
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 21 Apr 1861, d. 15 Oct 1942
MotherMary Gertrude (May) Gibson b. 21 Apr 1861, d. 3 Dec 1942
RelationshipGrandaunt of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited17 Oct 2017
Birth*Marion Beatrice Warren was born on 6 March 1887 in Mara Twp., Brechin, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of John Borlase Warren and Mary Gertrude (May) Gibson
Death*Marion Beatrice Warren died in July 1967 in Cornwall, Stormont County, Ontario, Canada, at age 80. 
Burial*She was buried in St George's Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Mary Anne Warren

F, b. 17 June 1868, d. 12 February 1953
FatherDr. Henry Warren b. 1838, d. 11 Jul 1872
MotherMargaret Eliza Foote b. 20 Jul 1842, d. 29 May 1914
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited6 Sep 2016
Birth*Mary Anne Warren was born on 17 June 1868 in Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of Dr. Henry Warren and Margaret Eliza Foote
(Witness) CensusMary Anne Warren appeared on the census of 1871 in the household of Dr. Henry Warren in Whitby, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusMary Anne Warren appeared on the census of 1891 in the household of Margaret Eliza Foote in Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusMary Anne Warren appeared on the census of 1911 in the household of Margaret Eliza Foote in Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
Census*Mary Anne Warren appeared on the census of 1921 in Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
Death*She died on 12 February 1953 at age 84. 
Burial*She was buried in St. Thomas Anglican Cemetery, Bracebridge, District of Muskoka, Ontario, Canada.

Mary Louisa Warren

F, b. 4 December 1859
FatherCarleton Warren b. 14 Sep 1831, d. 12 Jul 1911
MotherEllen S. Thompson b. 1839
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited1 Apr 2017
Birth*Mary Louisa Warren was born on 4 December 1859 in Canada
She was the daughter of Carleton Warren and Ellen S. Thompson
(Witness) CensusMary Louisa Warren appeared on the census of 30 June 1870 in the household of Carleton Warren in Stoneham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States.

Maud Allen Warren

F, b. 10 October 1870
FatherFrederick Warren b. 1842, d. 9 Mar 1919
MotherElizabeth FRANCES Allen b. 1838, d. 12 Jun 1878
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited25 Jul 2017
Birth*Maud Allen Warren was born on 10 October 1870 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.
She was the daughter of Frederick Warren and Elizabeth FRANCES Allen

Nancy Helen Warren

F, b. 11 October 1968, d. 20 July 2004
Nancy Helen Warren-Spironello (1968 - 2004)
Relationship2nd cousin of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited17 Oct 2017
Birth*Nancy Helen Warren was born on 11 October 1968 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
Married Name As of 20 October 1995,her married name was Spironello. 
Death*She died on 20 July 2004 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, at age 35. 
Burial*She was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Niagara Falls, Welland County, Ontario, Canada.

Norah H. Warren

F, b. 28 November 1882
FatherFrederick Warren b. 1842, d. 9 Mar 1919
MotherLillian Armour b. 1852, d. 2 Oct 1884
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Nov 2017
Birth*Norah H. Warren was born on 28 November 1882 in Ontario, Canada
She was the daughter of Frederick Warren and Lillian Armour
(Witness) CensusNorah H. Warren appeared on the census of 9 April 1891 in the household of Frederick Warren in St. Paul's Ward, Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
(Witness) CensusNorah H. Warren appeared on the census of 1901 in the household of Frederick Warren in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada.

Percival Sidney Warren

M, b. 15 April 1890, d. 23 February 1970
Percival Sidney Warren, PhD (1890 - 1970)
University of Alberta
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 21 Apr 1861, d. 15 Oct 1942
MotherMary Gertrude (May) Gibson b. 21 Apr 1861, d. 3 Dec 1942
RelationshipGranduncle of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited17 Oct 2017
Birth*Percival Sidney Warren was born on 15 April 1890 in Mara Twp., Brechin, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of John Borlase Warren and Mary Gertrude (May) Gibson
Occupation*Percival Sidney Warren was Professor at the University of Alberta, Edmonton before December 1920. 
Marriage*He married Evelyn France Runciman, daughter of Thomas Runciman, on 29 December 1920 in Toronto, York County, Ontario, Canada
Death*Percival Sidney Warren died on 23 February 1970 at age 79; Percival Sidney Warren, the dean of western Canadian stratigraphy, passed away in his eightieth year in Edmonton on February 23, 1970 after a brief illness. He had been associated with the Department of Geology at the University of Alberta for fifty years. His papers, and more importantly his lectures laid the foundation for the stratigraphy upon which most of the oil exploration in Alberta was based.

Dr. Warren was born at Brechin, Ontario on April 15, 1890. The brachiopods of outcroppings of Ordovician  attracted the young farm boy and his collections along the Trent canal gave him an early insight into natural history and a long-time love of fossils.

Growing up with his two brothers and two sisters in the farm environment, Warren learned the discipline and pleasure of work that never left him. He attended Orillia Collegiate and had decided to become a medical doctor, but ill health led him to take outside work on a survey crew in the booming mining camps of the Cobalt area. Here again geology attracted him, so that he turned to teaching school for several years to finance himself through University. His education was interrupted by the First World War and he went to Europe as a member of the 26th Battery of the Canadian Field Artillery. From the much at Passchendale, Warren was invalided out to England. This earned him the opportunity to attend the Khaki College at the University of London, and a chance to visit the classic stratigraphic sections of England.

Dr. Warren never lost his connection with the military scene and during the Second World War he was Lt. Colonel In Command of the Canadian Officers Training Corps at the University of Alberta. He continued to lecture in military geography and military history until many years after his retirement.

After receiving his A.R.C.S. (London) in 1919, he returned to Trinity College and obtained his B.A. from Toronto in 1920. His association with the great paleontologist, Dr. W. A. Parks, encouraged him to return to the University of Toronto to obtain his Ph.D. in 1924.

Dr. Warren joined the staff of the University of Alberta in Edmonton, as lecturer in 1920, as University was expanding and Dr. J. S. Allan doubled his staff from one to two to take care of the increase. Soon they were joined by a native Albertan, Dr. R. L. Rutherford, and for twenty-five years this remarkable trio represented geological education in Alberta. Warren rose through the academic levels to become professor of stratigraphy in 1934 and head of the Department of Geology in 1949. In 1955 he retired and became Emeritus Professor (although he continued to teach for many years) and Dr. R. E. Folinsbee, a former student, took over the headship of the Department.

Dr. Warren was a long-time chairman of the Men’s Athletic Board and a strong proponent of the intercollegiate sports. He never failed to turn up at the hockey games when the Geology team was fighting for victory or survival. His own athletic feats included cross-country running when he was young, and he later established the Warren Cup at the University of Alberta for this event.

He acted on the advisory boards of the Research Council of Alberta, helping to build it back into an important scientific center after the war.

He was a long-time member of the Paleontological Society and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, and a fellow of the Geological Society of America. He was elected to the Royal Society of Canada in 1931 and in 1950-51 became the president of Section IV. In 1960 he represented the University of Alberta at the Tercentenary of the Royal Society, London. 
Burial*He was buried in Edmonton Municipal Cemetery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Photo Credit: Alison
Findagrave
Fact 1*Percival Sidney Warren was a Fellow of The Geological Society of America for forty years (elected 1930). For over half a century he looked forward to the bulletin of the Society as his link with the general field of geology, during the many years he was permanent stratigrapher at a lonely outpost located farthest north in America. He accepted the responsibility of this post in the Department of Geology in the University of Alberta at Edmonton, and was recognized by the geological fraternity as the dean of western Canadian stratigraphy. His stratigraphic domain ran from the 49th parallel of latitude to the Arctic Ocean, and from the Canadian Shield to the Rocky Mountains.
Dr. Warren belonged to that fortunate group of men that held no branch of geology to be less important, although he did confess to a greater love of the biostratigraphic side, with ammonites and brachiopods very definitely in first place.
He was born at Brechin, Ontario, on April 15, 1890, near the shores of Lake Simcoe where, withhis two brothers and two sisters, he learned the discipline of work at an early age.Hisplace of birthgave him wide stratigraphic scope, for his boyhood farm, in Ontario, was on Pleistocene glacial material caught along the boundary of the Precambrian and Paleozoic. To the north the Grenville Proterozoic rocks are located, and to the south the fossiliferous outcroppings of the Ordovician, with brachiopods along the trace of the Trent canal, waiting to be collected. The young farm boy collected, and the future geologist obtained an early insight into, and love for, natural history as expressed in geology.
His parents were John Bortse Warren and Mary Gibson, of Irish Canadian stock that had settled in Canada before the war of 1812. He attended the collegiate at Orillia, Ontario, and originally planned to become a doctor; however, ill health caused him to take outdoor work and he became a member of a survey crew in the cobalt area of Ontario. Here mining discoveries enhanced the glamour of geology; he resolved to pursue formal education in that line, and taught school for a while to save toward this goal.
Warren entered the University of Toronto, in 1913, in honors geology, but interrupted his education to enlist in the army, in 1915, with the 26th Battery of the Canadian Field Artillery. His military experiences in World War I had a profound effect on his subsequent career. He was wounded at Passchendaele, which earned him the opportunity to attend the Khaki College at the University of London. He also used
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this opportunity to visit the classic stratigraphic sections in England, and his fossil collections, used later in teaching, were filled out with specimens collected while he was convalescing. He never lost this connection with military studies, and for the next forty-five years was a guest lecturer to the armed forces in military history and geography. His chief specialties were the peninsular campaigns of Wellington and the military geography of the Paris basin. Promotions continued; during World War II he was colonel-in-charge of the Canadian Officers Training Corps at the University of Alberta. During the war years he had had close fraternity with the American officers in charge of the Canol project, and as a result he was able to obtain official permission to study the Canol fossil collections from the Northwest Territories and the Yukon. At
this time Canol reports were all stamped “confidential.”
Dr. Warren received the A.R.C.S. (London) in 1919; then returned to Canada in
1920, where he completed his B.A. degree from Trinity College at Toronto University. The great paleontologist, Dr. W. A. Parks, encouraged him to return to the University of Toronto in the field of paleontology (he had contemplated mineralogy first), and he obtained the Ph.D. from there in 1920. His thesis was on the stratigraphy and paleontology of the Banff area in the National Park in Alberta, although the federal government had commissioned him primarily to go in and find out why the hot springs at the spa were dwindling. The flow had been restored by the time he reached the mountains, nevertheless he went on to solve the problem. His solution is still accepted. It is this: the amount of rainfall and the amount of flow are proportional. This thesis became the classic Memoir 153 of the Geological Survey of Canada-the
Banff Memoir.
From 1920 to 1970, for half a century, Dr. Warren’s name was linked with the
University of Alberta and, indeed, that institution was known by many geologists around the world only through his presence. His descriptions of fossils from the frontier of Canada brought him international recognition, although Warren himself travelled very little in a global sense. He joined the staff at Alberta as a lecturer in geology in 1920; rose through the academic levels to become professor of stratigraphy in 1934, and head of the Department of Geology in 1949, succeeding Dr. J. A. Allan. In 1955, he retired to become emeritus professor, and was followed in the headship by R. E. Folinsbee, a former student of Warren. Warren continued to teach advanced stratigraphy for many years, where his students vicariously responded to the thrill of his first-hand stories of Dowling, McConnell, Kindle, and the other pioneers of western geology.
In addition to his teaching career at the University, he served as provost during the post-war years, when the veterans were returning to college. For a long time, he was chairman of the men’s athletic board and strongly supported intracollegiate sports. He established the Warren Cup at the University of Alberta for cross country running, which had been his own specialty until wounded in World War I. He was an avid fan of interhouse basketball and hockey, and personally played a tight game of badminton until well past three score and ten.
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Dr. Warren acted on the advisory boards of the Research Council of Alberta during the years of its resurgence as an important scientific center after the second world war. He was the author of the paleontological sections in numerous field reports turned out by the Research Council, collaborating with J. A. Allan and R. L. Rutherford on these. These two men and Warren constituted the triumvirate of geology at the University for almost thirty years. Three very good friends, they also conveyed a real sense of friendship to the students, which became a hallmark of the Alberta department throughout the years.
For many summers Warren was associated with the Geological Survey of Canada, leading parties in the foothills of Alberta, southern Alberta, eastern Alberta, and southern Saskatchewan in cooperation with Drs. G. S. Hume, M. Y. Williams, and F. H. MeLearn. However, much of the research that Warren carried out was financed mainly by the meager salaries paid to professors in those days before World War II.
After the war, the resurgence of interest in the oil potential of western Canada brought a flood of fossils into his office and the spectrum of interesting oil geologists who follow petroleum. His office was a forum of biostratigraphic debate during the period of exploitation of that startling new idea of D. 0. Boggs, that coral reefs were part of the Canadian paleoecology. The excitement of the discovery of the Devonian Peace River Island and its fringe of reefs was readily communicated to the students, as the raw data from the new oil discovery of one day was in the lectures of the following week, explicitly interpreted. Always generous with scientific information, Warren extended help to the field man, the office worker, and the visiting authority. If help in interpretation of new collections could be given, it was, and freely. His collections were open to those who came.
His philosophy was simple. Knowledge was to be shared. As a classroom teacher, Warren excelled beyond all else. He was rated one of the best lecturers on campus since he had the ability to get across his own clarity of observation, always carefully differentiating between the facts and the conclusions.
Hard rethinking of the facts caused Warren to reject Schuchert’s Paleozoic picture of the paleogeography of western America. The portrayal of the Pacific transgression into Alberta was part of his lectures even before 1950. His early recognition of the Devonian components of the Exshaw shale, the Upper Devonian position of the Waterways Formation, and the Middle Devonian elements of the Flume Formation showed a clarity of observation slightly better than the observations of those who disputed it later.
Dr. Warren was one of the founders of the Alberta Society of Petroleum Geologists (1928) and was an honorary member of the Society until his death. He was an honorary member of the Edmonton Geological Society from its inception, and this society awards a P. S. Warren Prize annually for papers of distinction, and an academic P. S. Warren Prize for introductory geology. This latter course was taught for thirty-one years by Dr. Warren and inspired many to embark on a geological career. The student’s geological society at the University of Alberta is named the P. S. Warren Society. Perhaps this honor by students, while he was still alive, meant more to him
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than other honors he received. He was recognized by his own. He once said to me,“We live on academically only in our students.”
Dr. Warren was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1931 and served as president of section four from 1950 to 1951. He represented the University of Alberta at the Tercentenary of the Royal Society in London, England, in 1960. He was a member of the Paleontological Society and of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. He was one of the group that founded the Little Theatre movement in Edmonton and was a long time patron of the Edmonton Symphony and the Women’s Musical Club. He was appreciative of good music, good art, and good conversation, or an evening of bridge.
His wife, the former Evelyn Runcinan, predeceased him in 1951. He is survived by his two daughters: Margaret (Mrs. R. B. Ferguson) of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Mary (Mrs. J. E. Campbell) of Edmonton, Alberta, and by four grandchildren.
Professor Warren passed away in Edmonton on February 23, 1970, after a short illness. He had been soldier, scientist, and teacher. He was always a gentleman in all o f his relationships with his fellow scientists, university confreres, and his students. We were all honored who knew him. 

Family

Evelyn France Runciman b. 23 March 1894, d. 6 July 1950

Richard Warren

M, b. 1840
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 19 Nov 1798, d. 23 Feb 1879
MotherLouisa Hill Lynde b. 7 Dec 1807, d. 4 Oct 1870
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited23 Jul 2015
Birth*Richard Warren was born in 1840. 
He was the son of John Borlase Warren and Louisa Hill Lynde
(Witness) CensusRichard Warren appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of John Borlase Warren in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Fact 1*Richard Warren was a medical student. 

Robert Warren

M, b. 1836, d. 21 March 1864
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 19 Nov 1798, d. 23 Feb 1879
MotherLouisa Hill Lynde b. 7 Dec 1807, d. 4 Oct 1870
Relationship2nd great-granduncle of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited10 Jun 2015
Birth*Robert Warren was born in 1836. 
He was the son of John Borlase Warren and Louisa Hill Lynde
(Witness) CensusRobert Warren appeared on the census of 1861 in the household of John Borlase Warren in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Death*Robert Warren died on 21 March 1864; Died in Washington, D.C. 
Burial*He was buried; Buried in St Georges Church Cemetery, Park Road, Oshawa

Stone reads:

Sacred to the Memory of Robert Warren who died Mar. 21, 1864; Aged 28 years.

Robert Warren

M, d. 1743
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Roger Allan Shier
ChartsAncestors of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited2 Oct 2011
Marriage*Robert Warren married Anne Crooke
Death*Robert Warren died in 1743. 

Family 1

Anne Crooke
Children

Family 2

Children

Robert Borlase Warren

M, b. 4 June 1952, d. 15 October 2000
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 3 Oct 1923, d. 10 Jul 2005
MotherGertrude (Marian) Martin b. 30 Jul 1926, d. 31 Oct 2011
Relationship1st cousin of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Sep 2011
Birth*Robert Borlase Warren was born on 4 June 1952 in Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of John Borlase Warren and Gertrude (Marian) Martin
Death*Robert Borlase Warren died on 15 October 2000 at age 48. 

Robert Boyle Warren

M, b. 1760, d. 1826
FatherWilliam Warren d. 1762
Relationship4th great-grandfather of Roger Allan Shier
ChartsAncestors of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited19 Jul 2016
Milit-Beg*Robert Boyle Warren began military service Member of the 8th Royal Dragoons. 
Birth*He was born in 1760. 
He was the son of William Warren
Fact 1*Signed the Kinsale Loyalty Petition. 
Emigration*Robert Boyle Warren emigrated in 1821; Emigrated from Ireland to Upper Canada in 1821. 
Burial*He was buried in 1826 in St George's Anglican Church Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Death*He died in 1826. 

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Child

Robert James Warren

M, b. 26 January 1922, d. 30 May 2000
FatherHarold Borlase Warren b. 15 Dec 1891, d. 1952
MotherAgnes Elsie Erlands b. 28 Nov 1892, d. 15 Mar 1964
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited14 Apr 2015
Birth*Robert James Warren was born on 26 January 1922. 
He was the son of Harold Borlase Warren and Agnes Elsie Erlands
Death*Robert James Warren died on 30 May 2000 at age 78. 
Burial*He was buried in Old Stone Church Cemetery, Thorah Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Sarah Warren

F, b. 1826, d. 7 August 1856
FatherJohn Borlase Warren b. 19 Nov 1798, d. 23 Feb 1879
MotherLouisa Hill Lynde b. 7 Dec 1807, d. 4 Oct 1870
Relationship2nd great-grandaunt of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited10 Jun 2015
Birth*Sarah Warren was born in 1826. 
She was the daughter of John Borlase Warren and Louisa Hill Lynde
Married NameHer married name was Burnham. 
Marriage*Sarah Warren married Zacheus Burnham, son of John Burnham and Hannah Harris, in October 1848. 
Death*Sarah Warren died on 7 August 1856. 
Burial*She was buried in St. George's Anglican Church Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Zacheus Burnham b. 31 March 1819, d. 15 November 1896
Child

Sir Augustus Warren

M, b. 1754
FatherSir Robert Warren b. 1723, d. 1811
Relationship1st cousin 6 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited2 Oct 2011
Birth*Sir Augustus Warren was born in 1754. 
He was the son of Sir Robert Warren

Family

Child

Sir JOhn Borlase Warren

M, b. September 1800, d. 1863
FatherSir Augustus Warren b. 1754
Relationship2nd cousin 5 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited2 Oct 2011
Birth*Sir JOhn Borlase Warren was born in September 1800. 
He was the son of Sir Augustus Warren
Death*Sir JOhn Borlase Warren died in 1863. 

Sir Robert Warren

M, b. 1723, d. 1811
FatherRobert Warren d. 1743
Relationship5th great-granduncle of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited5 Oct 2011
Birth*Sir Robert Warren was born in 1723. 
He was the son of Robert Warren
Event-Misc*Sir Robert Warren was Received Baronetcy established Warren's Court, Kilbarry on 7 July 1784. 
Death*He died in 1811. 

Family

Children

Sir Thomas Richard Pennefather Warren

M, b. 1885, d. 1961
FatherSir Augustus George Digby Warren b. 1898, d. 1958
Relationship6th cousin 1 time removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited6 Sep 2016
Birth*Sir Thomas Richard Pennefather Warren was born in 1885 in Rathcormic, Cork, Ireland
He was the son of Sir Augustus George Digby Warren
Marriage*Sir Thomas Richard Pennefather Warren married Ada Irene Costells in 1907. 
Fact 1*8th Baronet of Warren's Court. 
Death*Sir Thomas Richard Pennefather Warren died in 1961. 

Family 1

Ada Irene Costells b. 1885

Family 2

Child

William Warren

M, b. 18 October 1800, d. 26 June 1887
William Warren (1800 - 1887)
Photo: Whitby Library
FatherRobert Boyle Warren b. 1760, d. 1826
Relationship3rd great-granduncle of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited19 Jul 2016
Birth*William Warren was born on 18 October 1800 in Kinsale, Cork, Ireland
He was the son of Robert Boyle Warren
Marriage*William Warren married Clarissa Lynde, daughter of Jabez Lynde and Clarissa Clary Woodruff, on 25 March 1824. 
Occupation*William Warren was During the rebellion of 1836-1837, Warren fought as Captain of the militia. In 1844 he was appointed Customs House Office at Whitby, a position he held until 1874. in 1843. 
Death*He died on 26 June 1887 in Whitby, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada, at age 86. 
Burial*He was buried in St John's Anglican Church Cemetery, Whitby, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada

Family

Clarissa Lynde b. 13 February 1805, d. 17 May 1900
Children

William Warren

M, d. 1762
FatherRobert Warren d. 1743
Relationship5th great-grandfather of Roger Allan Shier
ChartsAncestors of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited2 Oct 2011
William Warren was the son of Robert Warren
Death*William Warren died in 1762. 

Family

Child

William Warren

M, b. 1862
FatherCarleton Warren b. 14 Sep 1831, d. 12 Jul 1911
MotherEllen S. Thompson b. 1839
Relationship2nd cousin 3 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited1 Apr 2017
Birth*William Warren was born in 1862 in Canada
He was the son of Carleton Warren and Ellen S. Thompson
(Witness) CensusWilliam Warren appeared on the census of 30 June 1870 in the household of Carleton Warren in Stoneham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States.

William Warren Jr.

M, b. 25 August 1826, d. 24 December 1915
William Warren Jr. (1826 - 1915)
Photo: Whitby Public Library
FatherWilliam Warren b. 18 Oct 1800, d. 26 Jun 1887
MotherClarissa Lynde b. 13 Feb 1805, d. 17 May 1900
Relationship1st cousin 4 times removed of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited19 Jul 2016
Birth*William Warren Jr. was born on 25 August 1826 in Darlington Twp., Durham County, Ontario, Canada
He was the son of William Warren and Clarissa Lynde
Marriage*William Warren Jr. married Eliza M. Pole on 16 October 1858 in Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Census*William Warren Jr. appeared on the census of 1861 in Pickering Twp., Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Occupation*He was a merchant in 1861. 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 1871 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Fact 1*From January to August 1874 Willaim Warren Jr. was the commanding officer of the 34th Ontario Regiment. 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 1881 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
CensusHe appeared on the census of 9 April 1891 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
CensusHe appeared on the census of 1911 in Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada
Death*He died on 24 December 1915 in College Hill, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada, at age 89. 
Burial*He was buried in St. George's Anglican Church Cemetery, Oshawa, Ontario County, Ontario, Canada.

Family

Eliza M. Pole b. 1838
Children

William Reginald (Regie) Warren

M, b. 28 June 1863
FatherJohn Warren b. 1828, d. 16 Dec 1869
MotherElizabeth Hedge b. 1833, d. 7 Sep 1864
RelationshipGreat-granduncle of Roger Allan Shier
Last Edited29 Mar 2015
Birth*William Reginald (Regie) Warren was born on 28 June 1863 in Ontario, Canada
He was the son of John Warren and Elizabeth Hedge

Family

Children

Eugenia Warswick

F, b. 2 September 1864
Last Edited9 Dec 2016
Name Variation Eugenia Warswick was also known as Jane Warswick. 
Birth*She was born on 2 September 1864. 
Married Name As of 11 February 1884,her married name was Speiran. 
Marriage*She married James Speiran, son of John (James) Speiran and Mary Ruttle, on 11 February 1884 in Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada; Reg # 55615. 

Family

James Speiran b. 2 February 1829, d. 18 January 1906
Children