Husband: Mark Warner (1)
Born: 23 Sep 1646 in Ipswitch, Essex, MA
Married: 08 Dec 1671 in Hadley, Hampshire, MA
Died: 03 May 1738 in Northampton, Hampshire, MA
Wife: Abigail Montague (2)
Born: 1652 in Wethersfield, Hartford, CT
Died: 06 Feb 1704/1705 in Northampton, Hampshire, MA
Father: Richard Montague
Mother: Abigail Downing
01 (M): Mark Warner (3)
Born: 20 Feb 1677/1678 in Hadley, Hampshire, MA
Died: 03 Aug 1766 in Northampton, Hampshire, MA
Spouses: Lydia Phelps
Additional Information

Mark Warner:


from Wayne Olsen:

Listed in LDS Ancestral File, AFN: 4JFS-4K. 2 children listed in Ancestral File. One other marriage also listed.

From "Register of the Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel Warner of Wilbraham MA", by K.W. Radasch and A.H. Radasch, 2nd ed. 1956:

Died at age 92. Mark settled in Hadley in 1670 and in Northampton in 1687.

Listed in "History & Genealogy of the Montague family of America", compiled by George Wm Montague, Amherst, MA 1886:

Had moved with family from Ipswich to Brookfield, and thence to Hadley.

From "Quaboag Plantation alias Brookefeild - A 17th Century Massachusetts Town," by Louis E. Roy, M.D., Heffernan Press, Worcester, 1965:

Born at Ipswich about 1646. His name first appears in the records in the account of his father with Mr. Pynchon on Jan 4, 1666-7 when he is charged with the purchase of 1 1/2 bushels of wheat at 5 shillings 9 pence. As of this date, he is still single and apparently living under his father's roof. An account under his own name is found under date Nov 11, 1670 and contains but two items. It does not contain an entry for purchase of land, indicating he never established a homestead at Quaboag. Soon after this, Mark removed to Hadley in 1670, when he married Abigail Montague, aged 18 years, on Dec 8, 1671, by whom he had two children, Abigail and Mark.

He is next found at Hadley as one of the signatories of a petitionto the General COurt for an enlargement of the Plantation in Oct 1672. ON Mar 29, 1681, he is recorded as the plaintiff against Samuel Partridge of Hadley in an action at court. In Jan 1681-2 he is assessed 5 shillings one pence for the construction of a bridge at Hadley, and on Sep 25, 1683 was admitted to the freedom of the colony. He removed to Northampton in 1687.

On Feb 6, 1705, Abigail Warner died at Northampton. A few years leater, on Feb 3, 1713, Mark married widow Mary Orton Root, he aged 59,and she 55. She died at Westfield on Oct 23, 1732, and he died at Northampton on May 3, 1738, aged 92.

  1. Olsen, Wayne, PAF file: Boslow_Anc_Stevens.paf (rec'd via EMail 0n 14 APR 2002).
  2. Ibid.
  3. Ibid.
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