Ebenezer Warren was born 23 June 1719 in Weston, Middlesex County, Massachusetts to John Warren (1685-1745) and Abigail Livermore (1683-1743) and died 4 October 1800 in Leicester, Worcester County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. He married Lydia Harrington (1727-1795) 1743 in Massachusetts. Ancestors are from the United States, the United Kingdom.


Ebenezer baought three acres of land with a dwelling house, bark house, mill-house, beam house and tanyard of Patrick Watson in Leicester, MA.  The land comprises a portion of the farm now or lately owned by Edward Warren.  In the deed conveyed the property he is styled of Medford, and the records of that town confirm this point, though it is probable that his stay there was not long. 

He was edidently quite successful in business, as he added largely to his possessions, owning a few years before his death about a hundred acres of land, besided his dwelling house and tanyard buildings.  The dwlling house originally on the farm was a small house on the south side of the road to Spencer, a short distance east of the road to Paxton.  The tanyard was on the opposite side of the road a short distance eastward.  About 1780 he built a new house, which was inherited by this son Elijah, and grandson, Henry Elijah Warre, who tore it down about 1860.

Marriage and Family

He married Lydia Harrington, of Brookfield, Mass., she died in 1795. 

  1. Ebenezer Warren (1748-1753)  - B. 1748-Dec-27 / D. 1753-Feb-13. (Age 5)
  2. Hannah Warren (1748-1822) - m. Levi Chelson
  3. Jonathan Warren (1750-1827) - B. Nov 27, 1750
  4. Lydia Warren (1752-?) - b. Dec 6, 1752 - m. to Abner Dunbar on Mar 31, 1774 - their son Ebenezer Dunbar lived 100 years (1777-1877).
  5. Ebenezer Warren (1754-1819) - b. Jun 9, 1754 - attled at Hubbardston - m. Phebe Garfield
  6. Esther Warren (1758-?) - m. 1782 to Daniel Newhall of Brookfield MA and resided in Alstead NH - children
  7. Elijah Warren (1758-1843) - b.1758   - American Revolutionary Soldier fought at the Battle of White Plains
  8. Sally Warren (1760-1821) - b. in Leicester - m. 1786 to Thaddeus Upham, settled in Watertown MA - four children;


Offspring of Ebenezer Warren and Lydia Harrington (1727-1795)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ebenezer Warren (1744-)
Esther Warren (1746-1820)
Lydia Warren (1746-1748)
Ebenezer Warren (1748-1753)
Jonathan Warren (1750-1827) 27 November 1750 Leicester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 26 January 1827 Leicester, Worcester County, Massachusetts Martha Bemis (1755-1796)

Lydia Warren (1752-1810)
Ebenezer Warren (1754-1819)
Hannah Warren (1755-1818)
Elijah Warren (1758-1843)
Sally Warren (1760-1821)


Offspring of Deacon John Warren and Sarah Jones (1681-1705)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sarah Warren (1702-?)

Offspring of Deacon John Warren and Abigail Livermore (1683-1743)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Warren (1709-1746)
Ann Warren (1712-1736)
John Warren (1713-1790)
Elisha Warren (1714-1795)
Josiah Warren (1715-?)
Isaac Warren (1717-1750)
Ebenezer Warren (1719-1800) 23 June 1719 Weston, Middlesex County, Massachusetts 4 October 1800 Leicester, Worcester County, Massachusetts Lydia Harrington (1727-1795)

Prudence Warren (1720-1722)
Abigail Warren (1720-?)
Abijah Warren (1721-1772)
Prudence Warren (1724-?)
Lydia Warren (1725-1752)
Beulah Warren (1725-1814)



Research Notes:

LDS NFS Church Records identify the following : 1) this Ebenezer Warren as married to Elizabeth Hyde 2) a different Ebenezer Warren (son of John Warren and Elizabeth Carson) as married to Lydia Harrington.

 - Ebenezer Warrin m. Lydia Harrington of Brookfield, int.  7 July 1745. per Vital Records of Leicester MA - Pg 225.  (But which Ebenezer?)

 - Ebenezer Warren m. Elizabeth Hyde - 8 Aug 1727 at Newton, Middlesex, MA.  (Warren married at age 10?)   per Vital Records of Newton MA - Pg 398.

3) They are matched with the wrong children also


  • Source-Google Books: Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memors relating to the Families of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Vol III, pg 1049-50.
  • Genealogies of the Early Settlers of Watertown,Mass. ;Henry Bond: 1855. Pg 620.
  • Source-Google Books: Historic Homes, Institutions, Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worcester County Massachussetts, Vol II - Pg 251-253.
  • Warenne Family Ancestry

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