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I was sent a detailed Warmath genealogy in 1998 by Connie Lane, descendent of the Chesterfield Warmath line. She sent it with the note, "The Rosamon info came from Barbara Morgan and the Warmath info from John Warmath (except my branch)." The information that follows comes from her tree, though I will try to back it up by looking up and adding any official records I can find. Anything in italics in the top section is not part of Connie Lane's original information, and is supported by something in the bottom section.

Henry Hilliard Warmath

11-25-1799 (NC) to 12-9-1849



1805-Thomas I Warmath

c.1813-Willie Rains

1818-Martha S. Patsy Warmath Baker

Sarah Warmath (Hamilton)

1820-Mary Warmath Shumate


Note that early marriages of Madison County TN show a  Henry Warmath marrying Mary Jarrett 11-5-1842. It's not THIS Henry, but I've yet to come across which Henry it is.


Also Antioch Cem Madison Co has stone for

Henry A. Warmath

s/o HH & Anna

1-24-1854 to 6-3-1881. Hmm.



Elizabeth Fly

11-13-1804 to 2-9-1892




1827-Micajah Washington Warmath

1828-Sarah Alcenia Warmath Lewis

1830-Thomas Dixon Warmath

1832-Henry H Warmath

1834-John Wesley Warmath 1834

c.1836-William James Warmath

1838-Chesterfield Warmath

1840-Mary Elizabeth Warmath Rosamon

1842-Julius Joseph Warmath

1846-Robert H Warmath



Thomas Warmath


Mary "Polly" Wooten ?

spouse's parents:

John Dixon Fly


Sarah S. Woodard

maternal grandparents:


paternal grandparents:

John Warmath and Willie (House?)


maternal aunts & uncles:



paternal aunts & uncles:

1768-Patience Warmath; c. 1769-John Warmath; 1771-Willey House Warmath; c. 1772 Keziah Warmath; 1774-Elizabeth Warmath; c. 1777-Sally Nipper Warmath; 1778-Mourning Warmath; c. 1780 Washington Warmath; c. 1781 Nancy Warmath; c. 1783-James Warmath; c. 1784 Nathaniel Green Warmath; ?-Castly Warmath


Information beyond this point not part of Connie Lane's original tree.

An email from Warmath descendent Carolyn Andrighetti (forwarded by Pat Bishop) in 2007 gave Henry Warmath's middle name as Hilliard, and pointed out that Henry and Elizabeth named one of their sons for his sister Mary Shumate's husband, Julius Josephus Shumate.

1887 Goodspeed Bibliographies, Gibson TN: "John W. Warmath is one of eight surviving members of a family of ten children born to Henry and Elizabeth (Fly) Warmath, who were born in North Carolina in 1799 and 1803 respectively. They came to Gibson County in 1832 and after 17 years' residence in that county, crossed the line into Madison County, where they afterward made their home. The father was a Whig and farmer and died in 1849. The mother is yet living and is 82-years-old. John W. was born February 20, 1834, and although his early education was limited, he afterward extended his abilities to algebra, botany, chemistry and several other of the higher branches. In 1861 he joined Capt. Branche's company Forty-seventh Tennessee Infantry, Confederate States Army, and was a faithful soldier for three years. After his return home he resumed farming and is now the owner of 568 acres of fertile land. He resided in Madison County until 1880, but has since made his home in Gibson County. In 1865 he married Martha A. Jones, born in 1845, and their union has resulted in the birth of seven boys. Mr. Warmath is a Democrat and he, wife and three children are members of the Missionary Baptist Church.

Warmath Family Cemetery located on farm owned by Talton Turner on the Mullins Road in Madison County (From "Family Findings" Vol IV, No. 4, Oct 1972, p. 89 as quoted on Madison County page of TnGenWeb), cemetery info copied by Mr. William B. Elam, of Medina TN:

Henry H. Warmath b. Nov. 25, 1799 and d. Dec. 9, 1849

Elizabeth Warmath b. Nov. 13, 1804 and d. Feb. 9, 1892

In the chart below, those who marry each other are in the same color ink. Harriet Della Warmath (Hefley), in red, is shown only under her father, though she is also the daughter of Mary J. Rosamon (Warmath), in blue.