Looking for any information about James David Warren and his family. I'll start with what I do know.
He had a brother named Winfield Scott Warren, born ABT 1848, MO. His parents were James Armenis Warren, born 28 Dec 1823, in Saline Co. MO. and Frances Peek, born?, Where? James David's mother died when he was very young and his Father, James Armenis remarried. He married Susan A. Bell, 10/6/1857. By 1860 they had moved to Palo Pinto Co. TX. I have found where James Armenis is buried at Brad Cemetery, Palo Pinto Co. Tx. By 1900 Palo Pinto Co. TX Census, I found that James David Warren had married, a Frances also, called Fannie. It shows they had been married 20 yrs by 1900, putting marriage ABT 1880. They had 4/3 living children, Nellie Warren (dau) born March 1883, in TX, Scott A. Warren (son) born Oct 1887, TX and Ruth Warren (dau) born March 1897.
What I don't know is: Where, when did James D. Warren marry Fannie? What was Fannie's maiden name? Where did they go? Where and when did they die? What of their children? Nellie? Scott? and Ruth? Any help with this puzzle would be greatly appreciated. I'm pretty sure Nellie Warren was my great-grandmother. I know some things if this is correct, but, there are gaps in the story. K. Marshall
My Grandmother, Wynona Renison was adopted in the early 1900's. She was separated from her natural family at around 5 years of age. She thinks that she was born around 1905 in or around Walla Walla, Washington. She thought that her family surname was possibly "Warren". She wasn't even sure of her own given name - she thought it might have been "Hazel" and that she had an older sister named "Ethel" and a brother. Her natural mother gave her and her sister to a blind couple when she remarried. She remembers something about the new "husband" not wanting to keep the girls, but that he would keep the boy. Eventually, she was also separated from her sister and passed around to several families. She was finally adopted in Oklahoma by Mary Davenport. If anyone has any information concerning her natural family, we would love to hear from you.