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From: "Vincent E. Summers" <>
Subject: [ORIGINAL-13] WARNER Response
Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2000 15:57:43 -0400
This was meant for the list. Here it is:
My husband descends from an early Philadelphia Warner line. They
arrived before William Penn, abt 1670, and were part of the Swedish
is what I have:
"Elizabeth Warner (born about 1714) was a daughter of Swen Warner and
Ester Warner (his first cousin, of Radnor MM), and a granddaughter of
William and Christian Warner of Gloucester County, NJ. This
Christian or Christina, is thought to be a daughter of Svann Skuuta
(Lieutenant Sven Schute) who received from Queen Christina of Sweden,
August 20, 1653, the first grant of lands now forming part of the City
Sven, 1688-1761, and Ester, 1686-1740, Warner are buried in
Sven is buried at Friends Burying Ground, and Elizabeth in the Friends
ground on Race Street.*
Elizabeth had two known brothers, Isaiah, who died 1716, and Joseph,
who died 1780. Elizabeth Warner married Philip Syng, Jr. about 1730
at Christ Church.
They had eighteen children."
*Don't know if these burial grounds are one and the same.
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