William WARREN 2
- Marriage: Judith PIKE on 11 Apr 1638 in St Andrew, Plymouth, Devon 1
- Buried: 29 Apr 1673, Charles Church, Plymouth, Devon 3
William was a wine merchant in Plymouth. It is likely that he had Puritan sympathies as he donated the land for the site of the Charles Church in 1641, for which he received a seat and burial plot inside the church. He was a Common Councilman of Plymouth in 1662.
William and his wife Judith Pike (qv) had six married children. Their eldest daughter Mary married George Bellew, who may also have been a wine merchant as two of their sons-in-law, Charles Bligh and Joseph Bingham, were 'vintners' in the West of England. William's eldest son John was also a merchant and Councilman in Plymouth, and married Elizabeth Denew who was from a family of Walloon origin in London: their eldest daughter Elizabeth married her cousin Delillers Carbonnel, who was appointed Governor of the Bank of England in 1740-1.
William and Judith's next daughter Susannah married twice: first to George Knill in Stoke Climsland in Cornwall, with whom she had two children, and second to Michael Langdon, a surgeon in Launceston, and had another two children. The next son was Benjamin (qv), also a merchant. The next daughter Judith married John Wallis, a mercer in Plymouth. There was another daughter Elizabeth who is only known from her brother John's will.
Warren, T. (1902). A History and Genealogy of the Warren Family in Normandy, Great Britain and Ireland, France, Holland, Tuscany, United States of America, Etc. (A.D. 912 - 1902), With Numerous Pedigrees. London: Richard Clay & Sons, Ltd.
Charles Church, Plymouth, Devon. Wikipedia.
William married Judith PIKE, daughter of John PIKE and Unknown, on 11 Apr 1638 in St Andrew, Plymouth, Devon.1