Jacob B. Warbington, Sr.

Jacob B. Warbington Sr. Son of Mr. Warbington & (Unknown). Born About 1761. Died 31 Dec 1846 in Marion, Lauderdale County, Mississippi. Buried About 1 Jan 1847 in Marion, Lauderdale County, Mississippi.

"Jacob Warbington" heads a household in the 1830 Conecuh County, Alabama Census. He is in the "of 60, under 70" age group. His wife (Ellender B.) is in the "of 40, under 50" age group. In their home are two males in the "of 20, under 30" age group, and one male in the "under 5" age group.

Mississippi land records show this patent for Jacob B. Warbington: Augusta land office, Doc. #2537, dated 5 Jan. 1841, Choctaw base line, Twp. 6N, Range 17E, Sec. 6, containing 143.1000 acres.

Jacob wrote his last Will and Testament on October 31, 1844, Proved January 11, 1847. The will and estate records of Jacob B. Warbington, Sr., located in the Lauderdale County Chancery Court wall file 35, case 285, where found by Mr. Jim Dawson in June 1987.

As we pursue this line it will take us through the following: 

              Updated: 08/03/2005

In addition to the above research we have added information on another Warbington line. This line is of Ohio and Indiana and predominantly spells the surname as Warbinton.

"I am descended from James who was in the Clermont County, Ohio 1820 census. He married a Jane Gillispie. It is her father's will that has created a mystery for us. I will send that information to you. You have so much good information already on James and Jane's family. My lineage is through John A. He lived in the original Montgomery County, Indiana house and tradition has it that his son Edwin was born (1860) in the same house as John A. In 1878 John A. and his wife Eliza Ward, sold out and purchased land in Labette County, Kansas. Ed was 18 years old and moved with them. John A. lived until 1914. Ed married Inez Oliver and they had a son, Oliver Ward Warbinton in 1897. Ward, as he always went by, was my grandfather. Ed died in a farming accident in 1934. Ward died in 1979. My father, Robert, was born in 1924 and is still living. My brother and I believe that Richard Warfington of the Lewis and Clark expedition was really a Warbington...."

Warbington Lineage of Ohio and Indiana

Source: E-mail from dwarbint@smbonline.com (Doug Warbinton)

13 April 2000


With the exception of the Warbington Lineage of Ohio and Indiana, the Warbington Genealogy information above has been researched, compiled, and assembled by Virginia Weeks Warbington, Arlington, TX.

Please forward all inquiries, requests for information, information submittals, or etc to:

gina@warbington.net

Last Updated: 08/03/2005