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    ALBERT WARNER, who owns 100 acres of the old Aaron Warner homestead of 160 acres, lying on the Sears Turnpike road, two miles northeast of Bradford, Ohio, was born on the farm which adjoins on the north, June 26, 1868, and is a son of Aaron and Charlotte (Bosserman) Warner.

    The Warner family may be numbered with the pioneer ones of Newberry Township, the grandfather of Albert, Henry Warner, coming at an early day and settling on the farm on which his grandson now lives. His son Aaron was a boy at the time, having been born in Montgomery County. For many years Henry Warner made this farm his home, and then moved to a farm south of Bradford, where he died in advanced age. Aaron Warner married Charlotte Bosserman, who was born in Darke County, Ohio, a daughter of Solomon Bosserman, an old and respected man there. To this marriage were born five children, namely: Lovina, who is the wife of Frank Martin, residing in Darke County; David, who lives near Pleasant Hill; Almira, who is the wife of Isaac Young, of Darke County; Alice. who is the wife of John Brumbaugh, residing in Darke County; and Albert, who is a twin brother of Alice. Aaron Warner died in the fall of 1907, surviving his wife for one year.

    Albert Warner was three years old when his parents came to his present farm, and this has continued to be his home ever since. Only those who have grown up in one place and watched its development and had the secure home feeling that possession gives can appreciate how much Mr. Warner, for many reasons, values this place, the home of his childhood, boyhood, youth and maturity. His residence is a comfortable brick house that was built by one of the early settlers, a Mr. Hoover. He carries on a general line of farming, raising wheat, oats, corn, hay and stock, also tobacco. Mr. Warner married Miss Ida Crowel, a daughter of Daniel and Matilda (Harmon) Crowel, an old Newberry Township family, and they have four children: Emery C., Mildred, Louis and Charles,. Mr. Warner and family are members of the Church of the Brethren.

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