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Samuel Larkin Warner

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Born: June 14, 1828

Birthplace: Wethersfield, Connecticut

Father: Levi Warner II 1800 – 1872
(Buried: Wethersfield Village Cemetery, Wethersfield, Connecticut)​

Mother: Sarah “Sally” Larkin 1803 – 1887
(Buried: Wethersfield Village Cemetery, Wethersfield, Connecticut)​

Wife: Mary Esther Harris 1828 – 1913
(Buried: Indian Hill Cemetery, Middletown, Connecticut)​

Brother: Democratic U.S. Congressman Levi Warner 1831 – 1911
(Buried: Riverside Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut)​

Children:

Samuel Harris Warner 1858 – 1930​
(Buried: Indian Hill Cemetery, Middletown, Connecticut)​
Charles Winthrop Warner 1863 – 1940​
(Buried: Indian Hill Cemetery, Middletown, Connecticut)​

Political Party: Republican Party

Education:

Attended Wilbraham Academy​
Attended Yale College Law School​
1854: Graduated from Harvard University Law School​

Occupation before War:

1854 – 1855: Attorney in Boston, Massachusetts​
1855 – 1860: Attorney in Portland, Connecticut​
1858: Connecticut State Representative​
1860 – 1865: Attorney in Middletown, Connecticut​

Civil War Career:

1862 – 1865: Mayor of Middletown, Connecticut​
1864: Connecticut Delegate to Republican Party National Convention​
1865 – 1867: United States Congressman from Connecticut​
1865 – 1867: Member of House Navy Expenditures Committee
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1865 – 1867: Member of House Public Expenditures Committee​

Occupation after War:

1866: Choose not to be a candidate for re-nomination to U.S. Congress​
1867 – 1893: Attorney in Middletown, Connecticut​
1888: Connecticut Delegate to Republican Party National Convention​
1892: Connecticut Delegate to Republican Party National Convention​

Died:
February 6, 1893

Place of Death: Middletown, Connecticut

Age at time of Death: 64 years old

Burial Place: Indian Hill Cemetery, Middletown, Connecticut
 
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