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Kinsmen All: Descendants of Wettenhall Warner 
of South Carolina 
and Related Families.

Compiled by E. Russ Williams, Jr. (1965)

Order item B406

The book is 726 pages, in two volumes, with index, soft cover with a plastic comb binding, and available for $129.95 plus $3.99 shipping & handling charge (Add $2.00 S&H for each additional volume ordered).

Order item B406.1  

Available on CD-ROM disk.  The entire text of the book (726 pages) has been scanned, re-formatted, re-typed, and saved in Portable Document Format (PDF) which can be read by the Adobe Acrobat Reader program.  This program is free and is included on the disk. You may then search the file for names, dates, and places using the Reader program's "FIND" function. 

Cost is $29.95 plus $3.99 packing and shipping. (add $1.00 S&H for each additional disk ordered).

     This book is NOT comprised of images of the pages of the original book.  GWM has completely re-typed the pages and scanned all the photographs and included them in the file on the disc.  GWM has also corrected minor spelling errors. The look and layout of the original book has been faithfully reproduced with a large, easy-to-read typeface.

     There is an index for this book, however, it is not searchable using the FIND feature of the Reader program. It may still be used to find names and their spelling. Also the page numbers will not match the new book's page numbers.   In the digital age, searching and finding what you are looking for is very easy when using the disk versions and utilizing the "FIND" function of the Adobe Acrobat Reader program.     

  Born: Dec. 12, 1736/37
Died: 1818 in Orangeburgh Dist., S.C.

The early history of Wettenhall Warner is a mystery. During the course of many summers, I have searched the existing records of South Carolina for evidence of our ancestor, but to no avail.  Approximately 8,000 individuals are listed in this book.  

According to the old Warner record, Wettenhall was born near Dublin, Ireland, on Dec. 12, 1736, and migrated as a young man to the Orangeburgh District, South Carolina. It is most probably true that he came to this new country with his parents, if he was not born here.

Interesting land records exist in South Carolina for the pre-Revolutionary War years and several grants exist for a Warner family. In Book 6, page 257, a grant is given for John Jacob Warner for 100 acres on the East side of the Saluty [sic] River bounded by Peter Fitchcart. This plat was dated June 4, 1757. Another such grant is on page 256 of the same book for one Margaret Warner. This was a grant on Camp Creek, a branch of Saluty, bounded by vacant land and Egerton Leigh, Esqr. Witnessed by John Hamilton, J.P.

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