1877 Dr. Charles B. Warner MD CDV Photo of Port Henry, Essex County NY
On reverse: "Charles B. Warner, Port Henry, NY" is handwritten in beautiful old period ink pen. In the same hand on the side is handwritten: "A Wit." Photo Type: CDV Carte de Visite Photograph, Victorian Photographer: William Coffrin, Claremont, Sullivan County, NH. Port Henry is in Essex County.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
His father: Doctor Rollin Evanchler Warner 1825–1883 born Cornwall, Addison County, Vermont VT and died in Port Henry, Essex County, NY. his parents were Deacon Daniel Warner 1792–1881 and Nancy Gates Warner 1793–1861. His wife was Lucina or Lucine A. Bond Warner 1827–1904 and his children were Carrie E Warner Wait 1853–1902, wife of Robert J Wait born 1851; Charles B. Warner 1854–1939 (this photo), married Florence Lillian Severance Warner 1856–1901 of Middlebury, Addison County, VT (Note: she is also seen as Florence Lillian; Lucy G Warner McLaughlin 1866–1956 wife of Chester Bentine McLaughlin 1857–1929 and Mary S Mollie Warner born 1869.
Dr. Charles B Warner married Florence Lillian Severance Warner 1856–1901 of Middlebury, Addison County, VT who is also seen in census records as Florence Lillian Warner. Their children were: Richard Harold Warner 1881–1959; Ruth H Warner Thompson 1885–1975 who married Leroy Guyer Thompson 1883–1942 and Rollin Cady Warner 1886–1958 who married Rebecca A Herring Warner 1890–1966.
From The Biographical Review of 1896, Published in Boston by the Biographical Review Publishing Company: CHARLES BOND WARNER, M.D., a successful physician of Port Henry, Essex County, N.Y., son of the late Dr. Rollin E. Warner, of this place, was born here on February 14, 1S54. Philip Wnrner, the grandfather of Rollin E., was born and reared in Connecticut, but, while still a young man, removed to Cornwall, VT, and engaged in farming, being an important factor of the agricultural community. He married and reared five children, of whom Dan was the next in the line now being considered. Dan Warner was a lifelong resident of Cornwall, Vt., where he worked as a cooper for many years, but subsequently retired to his father's farm, and there spent the remainder of his days. He was thrice times married, his last wife being Eliza Gates, who bore him three children: Rollin, Henry, and Susan. Susan became the wife of the distinguished Professor Helton, of Boston, a man of versatile talents, who was for a time United States Minister to one of the countries of South America. He was highly educated, being a botanist of high standing in the scientific world, a notable linguist, and master of eight or ten languages. Rollin E. Warner was a native of Cornwall. He received his collegiate education at Middlebury, Vt., and then studied medicine with Dr. Porter, of Cornwall. Subsequently entering Castleton Medical College at Castleton, Vt., now the well known University of Vermont:, he was there graduated in 1850. He began his active career as a teacher at Port Henry; but in the spring of 1851 he bought the practice of Dr. Prentice Cheney, and from that lime until his death in 1883 he was a noted practitioner of this place, having an extensive and lucrative patronage. He ever took an intelligent interest in the material and moral advancement of the community. He served as Justice of the Peace and Postmaster for several years, and was one of the founders of the Presbyterian church, in which for some time he led the choir. He was a member of the Essex County Medical Society, which he served at one time as President. He married Eucina A., daughter of Asa and Eucy Bond, of Cornwall, Vt., and they became the parents of four children; namely, Carrie, Charles Bond Warner, Eucy, and Mary. Carrie married R.G. Waite, a wholesale merchant, of New York City; Eucy is the wife of Judge McEaughlin, of Port Henry; and Mary is the wife of R.P. Holden, also a well-known resident of this town.
Charles B. Warner acquired the rudiments of learning in the schools of Port Henry, and pursued his preparatory studies at Burr and Burton Seminary, Manchester, Vt., and at Kimball Union Academy, Meriden, N.H, the latter being one of the oldest schools of the kind in New England, founded 1813. Having finished his academic course, he entered Middlebury College, from which he was graduated with the class of 1877. He then studied medicine with his father for a year, after which he attended the Bellevue Medical College, receiving his diploma from that institution in 1880. Returning to the place of his nativity, the young Doctor Warner entered into partnership with his father, to whose practice he has since succeeded. Dr. Warner is prominently connected by membership with the Esssex County Medical Society and the New York State Medical Association, and he also belongs to the Masonic Order and to the Chi Psi Fraternity. In 1890 the Doctor took a trip to Europe, in order to attend the meetings of the International Medical Association at Berlin, and at its close travelled extensively on the Continent, visiting the principal cities and places of interest. Dr. Charles I?. Warner and Miss Lillian V. Severance, of Middlebury, Vt. were married in January, 1881. Thrice children have been born to them: Richard, Ruth, and Rollin Warner.
Note: Charles B. Warner also wrote book entitled “The History of Port Henry, NY” published in 1931. This is a beautiful old image of Charles, most likely at his 1877 graduation. It was found in the Syracuse area of Onondaga County New York. Apparently, as correctly written, Charles B. was quite "a wit" and succesful doctor. A beautiful and rare piece of Warner family history.
Size: 2.5 by 4 inches
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