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HENRY A. WARNER, NEW HAVEN: Iron Manufacturer and Sewer Pipe Dealer.
Henry A. Warner was born in Waterville, town of Waterbury, March 10, 1842, and was educated in the private and public schools of New Haven, where he has lived since he was six years of age.
|| He was formerly an iron manufacturer and is now a dealer in drain and sewer pipe. He resides on Orange street in New Haven and is also the proprietor of Warner Hall on Chapel street. Mr. Warner has served in the second company of Governorís Horse Guard and is a member of the New Haven Republican League. He is a member of the College Street Congregational church in New Haven. He has not held public office. Mr. Warner is married, his wife being Miss Gertrude E. Morton. They have no children.
Source: Builders of Our Nation, Men of 1914
pub. Men of Nineteen-Fourteen, Chicago, Ill. 1915.
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