Category: Warner

Explore the stories and documents of the Warner family.

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Chapter 2 – Wyoming Echoes

Besides our dog and a couple of cats, we children acquired other pets.  Perhaps because we had several milk cows and could feed them, the cowboys brought us “pets” they’d found out in the...

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Chapter 1 – Wyoming Echoes

Eighteen ninety three was the year the Warners came to Wyoming.  We were new-comers from the “East”, as Nebraska was considered.  There were some Old Timers there who had come to the Bighorn Basin...

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Old Hawse

Poem by J. Laird Warner Th’ wind’s a whistlin’, whistlin’ ‘cross th’ hills    While rump to breeze he’s standin’ cramped ‘an cold, A shiftin’ of his feet an’ shiverin’ while    Th’ cold...

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Warners in Wethersfield, Connecticut

The Warner family has been over in America for a LOOONG time! I mean before there was even a United States of America. But that means we have some really great historical landmarks and...

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Joseph Warner in Red Cloud, Nebraska

Joseph Clark (Joe) Warner came to Red Cloud from Michigan in 1872 with his brother Mark Warner. Before coming to Red Cloud, Joe had married Sylvia Dixon in 1870 and had 1 daughter, Lulu,...

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Mark Warner in Red Cloud, Nebraska

Although Mark Hodges Warner was born in Michigan and was a pioneering settler of Ten Sleep, Wyoming, an important part of his life was spent in Red Cloud, Nebraska. He moved to Red Cloud...

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Skunked

There is always variety of people in a family and we were lucky enough to have a prolific writer in James Laird Warner. This is an excerpt from his 300 type-written page book Wyoming...