The Warrens

James Riley Warren was born in Somerset, Pulaski County Kentucky 14 March 1843.  He married Mary Martha Estepp there on 22 August 1886.  Martha, the daughter of Shadrich and Elizabeth (Russell) Estepp, was born November 1854 in Somerset, Pulaski County Kentucky.    By 1900, the family was in Williamson County Texas.  James died 21 May 1933 in Williamson County Texas, and Mary died 28 December 1957 in Williamson County Texas.  Both are buried in New Hope Cemetery, Cedar Park Texas.  They had 9 known children.   One of their sons, William Oscar Warren, is buried in the Walden section of Pond Springs Cemetery.

In 1910, “Oscar W” Warren can be found as a single farmer in Glasscock County Texas, where he married Cora Agnes Glenn 12 June 1910 in Garden City.   “W. O.” was born in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky.  They had 9 known children:

i.  Harold WARREN, born in Texas ca. 1911.

ii.  Horace WARREN, born in Texas ca. 1912.

iii.  Cora Blanche WARREN, born in Texas 23 March 1916, died in Williamson County Texas 2 June 1922.  Cora died after falling out of a tree.  She is buried in Walden.

iv.  Mary Opal WARREN, born in Texas ca. 1918.

v.  Glenn WARREN, born in Texas ca. 1920.

vi.  Lawrence WARREN, born in Texas ca. 1923.  Mr. LE Warren allowed himself to be interviewed by the Pond Springs Historical Cemetery Association in 2012.  His mind is like a steel trap, and he is a vast wealth of genealogical knowledge.  He served on the USS “Enterprise” during WWII.  I know of very few men prouder of their military service than LE Warren.  He is the one who made the “Rutledge Babies – infants of Maney and Addie Rutledge” stone (Addie was his aunt).  He also made the replacement stone for Jacob Leonce Glenn.

vii.  William Oscar WARREN Jr, born in Texas ca. 1925.

viii.  Billie WARREN, born in Texas ca. 1926.

ix.  Arland WARREN, born in Texas ca. 1929.

There is another Warren buried in Pond Springs Cemetery (not Walden):  James Riley Warren (1917-1920).  He died of diphtheria.  Although I am not certain (death certificate difficult to read),  I believe his father to be Andrew I. Warren, brother of William Oscar Warren.  Andrew died in 1968 and is buried in Cedar Park with his parents.

The Warren family is so much more than I can state here.  If you have further information on this family, please contact us.  We especially appreciate photos.

– Suzanne

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