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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.
Thomas Q. Warmath
Nov. 1866 to 5-21-1925 Davidson Co. TN
1868-Julius Frank Warmath
1872-John Garland Warmath
1883-Aubrey D. Warmath
married 4-27-1890 to
also married to
all by Ola Senter
Louise Warmath Nooner
(husband Thomas Nooner)
Given the name of his third child, at a guess I'd say Thomas Warmath's middle name was Quinten
Martha "Mattie" Jones
Henry Warmath and Elizabeth Fly
maternal aunts & uncles: unknown
paternal aunts & uncles:
1827-Micajah Washington Warmath; 1828-Sarah Alcenia Warmath Lewis; 1830-Thomas Dixon Warmath; 1832-Henry H Warmath; c.1836-William James Warmath; 1838-Chesterfield Warmath; 1840-Mary Elizabeth Warmath Rosamon; 1842-Julius Joseph Warmath; 1846-Robert H Warmath
Thomas Warmath and Mary "Polly" Wooten
John Dixon Fly and Sarah S. Woodard
Information beyond this point did not come from Connie Lane's family tree.
The 1901 publication Gibson County Illustrated had a section on John M. Senter, who may or may not be connected to Ola Senter. It said he was born in Humboldt 9-21-1868 and "is one of the rising young business men of Humboldt." He worked for 11 years in the dry goods business for J.J. Thweatt (probably related to J. Wilford Thweatt, husband of Tom's sister Annie Dell Warmath Thweatt). He married Mattie Tinsley 12-26-1895, "an estimable young lady of Humboldt." In 1897 he quit his job with Thweatt and entered the general insurance business, coming to have one of the largest insurance businesses in Humboldt. The photo that accompanied had the caption, "John M. Senter Prominent Insurance Agent." His insurance types included: fire, life, accident, tornado, plate glass, steam boiler, employers' liability, health, etc. "The aggregate insurance capital represented in Mr. Senter's office is more than one hundred million dollars." He was also a Methodist, and secretary of the Humboldt Lodge of "the Masonic fraternity."
Gibson County marriage records show Louise Warmath marrying "Thompson" A. Nooner in 1919.
Humboldt Courier Chronicle 1-30-1920: Luncheon and shower given in honor of Miss Louise Warmath, whose marriage to Dr. Thomas A. Nooner occurred on November 19th, was given by the Sewing Club, Mrs. Harry Love, hostess, at the home of Mrs. Clem Hamilton.
Humboldt Courier Chronicle, Humboldt TN, Friday 8-20-1920: Mrs. T.A. Nooner arrived here Monday evening for a visit of a few days to the family of her father, Mr. T.Q. Warmath. Recently Dr. Nooner and his brother bought a drug store at Grenada, MS and he and Mrs. Nooner are making their home in that city now.
Humboldt Courier Chronicle, Friday 1-21-1921: Mrs. T.A. Nooner, who has been visiting her father, Mr. T.Q. Warmath, and sister, Mrs. Wilford J. Thweatt, left Tuesday for her home in Grenada, Miss.
Humboldt Courier Chronicle, Friday 4-8-1921: Messrs. O.C. Sharp & T.Q. Warmath attended the funeral of Mrs. Sallie Jones, which occurred at the Raines graveyard Tuesday.