Name: Daniel WARDEN
Given Name: Daniel
Birth: 3 Jun 1828 in , North Carolina
Death: 31 May 1905 in Fayetteville, Lincoln, Tennessee
Burial: Kennedy-Thomison Cemetery,Fayetteville, Lincoln, Tennessee 1
Change Date: 24 Sep 2016 at 17:36:40
1860 US Census, Lincoln CO TN; 1860; Civil District #6, Mulberry P.O.; FN 453/438, p 62; National Archives, Washington, DC, reel 1261; NOTE: lists Daniel Worden 31 farmer b TN; Mary 24 b TN; Robert 4 b TN; William 2 b TN; Nathan 1/12 b TN, living 4 houses from borther John..
1880 U.S. Census, Lincoln Co TN; 1880; 7th Civil Dist, ED 121; p 2 ; National Archives, Washington, DC; NOTE: Enumerated with husband Mary (45) bp TN.
!RELATIONSHIP: Settlement of Samuel Little estate; 1892; County Court, Lincoln Co TN, Settlement Bk 1880-1893; p 489; County Courthouse, Fayetteville TN, photocopy in poss of Pat Geary, Harrisonburg, VA; NOTE: lists one of the heirs as Daniel Warden. Mary, his wife, and the daughter of Samuel Little died before her father's estate was settled.
!BIRTH-DEATH-BURIAL: Helen and Timothy Marsh, CEMETERY RECORDS OF LINCOLN AND MOORE COUNTIES; 1852-1899; ; p 184; ; NOTE: Both Daniel and his wife are buried in the Kennedy-Thomison Cemetery in Fayetteville, TN. Grave #29.
!BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-DEATH: Letter from Robert Edwards, Jr, Fayetteville, TN to Pat Geary of Harrisonburg VA; 1828-1905; Letter dated 16 Feb 1988; ; original in poss of Pat Geary, Harrisonburg VA.
From a reprint of LCT biographies, by Goodspeed Pubg. Co., 1887:
JOHN WARDEN was born in North Carolina in 1826, son of Robert and Elizabeth (Pilcher) Warden. His early education was very limited, he never having received more than six months' schooling during his life. At the age of six years he was brought to Tennessee by his parents, and made his home with them until he was twenty-one years old. October 27, 1847, he married Rachel Ashby. She was born in Lincoln County December 1, 1825, daughter of Alex Ashby. They have three children: Vina Jane (Mrs. George Millstead), John Wilson and Travis Alex. Mr. Warden resided in the Sixth District of Lincoln County until May. 1864, when he purchased 100 acres in the Seventh District, and there has since resided. He lost his wife May 9, 1854, and the following year he married Martha A. Duncan, daughter of Judge Duncan. They have six children: Martha Ellen, Mary Elenora, William James, Hardin Daniel, Judge and James Ebenezer Goodloe. Their mother died June 30, 1880, and March 20 of the next year he married Mary C. Ashby, a sister of his first wife. In 1861 Mr. Warden joined Company A, Forty-first Regiment Tennessee Infantry, and was in the battles of Fort Donelson, Raymond, Vicksburg, Jackson and Chickamauga. He was captured at Fort Donelson, and taken to Camp Morton, Ind., where he was retained seven months. He returned home in December, 1863. He is conservative in polities, and he and wife are members of the Primitive Baptist Church. His father was born in North Carolina in 1790, and was married in 1830. After living two years in Illinois he came to Lincoln County, Tenn. He died in 1862. The mother was born in North Carolina in 1799, and died in 1861. Of their eleven children eight are living: Hardin, Emeline (widow of John H. Steelman), John, Daniel, Jane (Mrs. James Isom), Darinda (Mrs. G. W. MeAfee), James M. and Franklin H.
Mary LITTLE b: 19 Nov 1835 in , , Tennessee
21 Apr 1853
in , Lincoln, Tennessee
- Samuel Robert WARDEN b: 29 Sep 1855 in , Lincoln County, Tennessee
- William C. WARDEN b: Sep 1857
- Nathan M. WARDEN b: 9 Apr 1860 in , Lincoln, Tennessee
- John Mack WARDEN Jr. b: 1 Aug 1862 in , , Tennessee
- Green Edward WARDEN b: 11 Jan 1865 in , Lincoln County, Tennessee
- Sarah Elizabeth WARDEN b: ABT 1870 in , , Tennessee
- Howard WARDEN b: 1871 in , , Tennessee
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