Joel F. Warner
born June 14, 1831, in New York
died September 26, 1911, in Dayton, Illinois
ANOTHER OLD VETERAN CALLED
Joel F. Warner Passed Away at Home in Dayton Tuesday Night
Joel F. Warner, a veteran of the civil war, passed away Tues. evening at 9:30 o’clock at his home in Dayton, following a ten months’ illness due to a complication of diseases. Mr. Warner was born June 14, 1831, in Syracuse, N. Y. He has resided in Dayton for the past twenty-five years, going there from Oswego, Ill., where he previously resided. Mr. Warner suffered the loss of one limb in an accident thirty years ago and since then he has been forced to lead a retired life.
Surviving he leaves his widow and three daughters, Mrs. George Wolfe, and Mrs. E. H. Luce, of Ottawa, and Mrs. Alvin Tanner, of Dayton, and one son William Warner, of this city.
Mr. Warner served four years in the civil war. He enlisted with Company F, 25th Infantry, Michigan, and took part in many engagements. The funeral will be held from the late home Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Interment will be in the Dayton cemetery.1
1. The Ottawa [Illinois] Free Trader, September 29, 1911, p 1, col 2