WARREN, William Alexander1864 - 1929 (64 years)
Name WARREN, William Alexander Birth Oct 1864 Windsor, Essex County, Ontario, Canada [1, 2]
- "Was probably born in the Windsor, MI area and had at least three siblings: Luella (Aunt Lou), Lillian (Aunt Lil) who died in 1924, and Jane (Aunt Jennie) who married Harold Horning. They had no children. Aunt Lou, unmarried, always made her home with the Hornings, living mostly in the Chicago area."
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_COLOR 11 _UID E36B6E15CE8C4F47B5F91458755788C9F824 Death 12 Ap 1929 Windsor, Essex County, Ontario, Canada  Burial Oldcastle, Essex County, Ontario, Canada Person ID I42018 Puffers Last Modified 10 Sep 2023
Family 1 VANAVERY, Margaret S., b. 1866 d. 1945 (Age 79 years) Marriage 15 May 1889 Children 1. WARREN, Clara Maude, b. 7 Nov 1889, Essex, Ontario, Canada d. 23 Jan 1989, Adrian, MI (Age 99 years) 2. WARREN, Frances Lenora, b. 26 Mar 1891, Ontario, Canada d. 23 Aug 1941, Windsor, Essex County, Ontario, Canada (Age 50 years) 3. WARREN, Thomas Gordon, b. 22 Oct 1894, Windsor, Essex County, Ontario, Canada d. 13 Aug 1951, Kenora, Kenora District, Ontario, Canada (Age 56 years) Family ID F14950 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 17 Sep 2023
Family 2 CURTIS, Eleanor May, b. Jul 1868, IN d. Yes, date unknown Marriage 1887 Iroquois County, IL  Family ID F17865 Group Sheet | Family Chart Last Modified 17 Sep 2023
- "He was a forestry worker in MI, following the lumber industry, moving to new areas as the timber gave out in worked-over forests. They lived back and forth across the border between Ontario, Pennsylvania, and New York State. All 4 children were born in Ontario, but most of their growing up was in Cross Fork, PA, a community no longer in existence. Maude mentioned going to school in Comber, Ontario, so they must have lived there before Cross Fork. The timber gave out, the town caught fire and so the family returned (1910-1911?) to Windsor, where William found employment building the new Ford plant. When that was completed, he worked in the factory till April 12, 1929, he came home from work, sat down and immediately died from a heart attack." Ruth La Bounty Puffer.