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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.

 John H. Warmath

1859 to 1896



1861-Jim W Warmath

1862-William M Warmath (died 1863)

1864-Harriet Della Warmath Hefley

1866-Thomas Chesterfield Warmath

1868-Mary Ella Warmath Chambers

1870-Lucinda Elizabeth Warmath Cathey

2-28-1873-Joseph Frank Warmath

1876-Charlie Day Warmath

1880-Marvin Warmath

married 9-18-1884 

Crockett County TN


Anna R. Brooks




Mary Warmath Heffington

Willie D. Warmath

Johnnie Warmath


Mary Warmath's husband was Jim Heffington


Chesterfield Warmath


 Mary J Rosamon

spouse's parents:

unknown, but

JF Brooks employed Anna's son

in 1917

maternal grandparents:

John D. Rosamon & Elizabeth Hefley

paternal grandparents:

Henry Warmath & Elizabeth Fly

maternal aunts & uncles:

1829-Henry C Rosamon; c.1831-Margaret Rosamon (Henderson); c.1833-Nancy Rosamon (Bell); c. 1835-Julia Ann Rosamon (Smith); c. 1839-George M Rosamon; 1842-John Wesley Rosamon; 1844-LDH (boy) died 1845; 1846-Ruthy Lucinda Rosamon (Warren); c. 1849-Sarah Rosamon (Avery)


paternal aunts & uncles:

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; 1840-Mary Elizabeth Warmath Rosamon; 1842-Julius Joseph Warmath; 1846-Robert H Warmath


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

Gibson County Illustrated 1901 lists "a few of the leading fruit growers" who ship from Medina, including Tom Warmath and John Warmath. Their brother, J.W. Warmath is listed in the directory of the Bank of Humboldt and as a deacon of the Humboldt Methodist Church, and Mrs. J.W. Warmath is listed as a church member who died within the previous five years (note that within the same publication, the name is spelled both WarmAth and WarmOth). It also names among the town businesses liverymen "Clark & Warmoth."

1917 draft registration for John's son: Willie D. Warmath, born 5-22-1890, of Halls, TN, born in Medina. Farming, employed by J.F. Brooks. None to support, single. Tall, slender, blue eyed with dark hair.