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Willard Warner

Willard Warner, American senator. Served in army, 1861-1865, as major and lieutenant colonel 76th Ohio volunteer infantry; Member Ohio senate, 1866-1867; member Alabama legislature, 1868; member Tennessee legislature, 1897-1898.

Background

  • Warner, Willard was born on September 4, 1826 in Granville, Ohio, United States. Son of Willard and Eliva (Williams) Warner.

  • Education

    • Graduate Marietta College, 1845, LL.D.

    Career

    • General on staff General Wm. General and maj; president Chattanooga Coffin & Casket Company. Director Chattanooga Savings Bank, Richmond Spinning Company and Chattanooga Wagon Company.

      Delaware Republican National.

    Membership

    Served in army, 1861-1865, as major and lieutenant colonel 76th Ohio volunteer infantry. Member Ohio senate, 1866-1867. Member Alabama legislature, 1868.

    Member Tennessee legislature, 1897-1898.

    Connections

    • father: Willard Warner
    • mother: Eliva (Williams) Warner
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    Born September 4, 1826
    Died 1906
    (aged 79)
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