Nancy "Nannie" Boyd Nancy "Nannie" Boyd  ‎(I2125)‎
Given Names: Nancy
Surname: Boyd
Nickname: Nannie
Married Name: Nancy Boyd Warren

Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Birth: 4 July 1872 41 21 Pickens County, Indian Territory, United States
Death: 7 March 1946 ‎(Age 73)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, United States
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 4 July 1872 41 21 Pickens County, Indian Territory, United States


Note: Part Chickasaw Indian ‎(1/16)‎, a daughter of Thomas Boyd, who owned the Oil Springs east of Berwyn. He was Chickasaw Indian, and his wife Sarah Corbett was white.
Marriage William Francis Warren - 16 June 1888 ‎(Age 15)‎ Berwyn, Indian Territory, United States

Chickasaw Nation William Francis Warren - 1897 ‎(Age 24)‎ Tribal Enrollment Berwyn, Pickens, Indian Territory, USA

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Census William Francis Warren - 1900 ‎(Age 27)‎ Berwyn, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, USA


Note: William was the first mayor of Berwyn and held this office for three terms. At that time, he and his family moved to Ardmore. He was an avid grain and livestock dealer and did some early work in alfalfa experiments. The Warrens were very early pioneers and did much in the Berwyn area especially, to help establish this community."
Census William Francis Warren - 1910 ‎(Age 37)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA

Census William Francis Warren - 1920 ‎(Age 47)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA

Residence William Francis Warren - 1925 ‎(Age 52)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA

Address:
1208 Hargrove Avenue.


Show Details Note: Old Settlers 1925 Part 2, September 1925, Daily Ardmoreite in Ardmore, Carter Co., OK. Continuation of the Old Settler articles.

Warren lived in Berwyn for several years. William F. Warren, who for many years made a specialty of raising alfalfa and hogs, has lived in Ardmore for the last 18 years, where he and his family are known as substantial pioneers. When Mr. Warren first came to Oklahoma, he was employed in the old town of Berwyn where he made himself valuable as a clerk in general stores. He was a poor man when he married but possessed courage and energy with which to succeed. It was in 1888 that Mr. Warren married Miss Nannie Boyd, who was born in the Chickasaw Nation. They were married under the laws of the Chickasaw tribe. Mr. Warren becoming an Indian ‎(intermarried citizen)‎ and he with his wife and children received 1500 acres of land on the Washita River as their allotments. Here he raised alfalfa and hogs and his farming and livestock interests have always been profitably managed. Mr. and Mrs. Warren are the parents of nine children, six of whom are still living. They have a beautiful home at 1208 Hargrove Avenue.

Biography William Francis Warren - 7 May 1937 ‎(Age 64)‎ Indian-Pioneer History Project Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA

Address:
907 West Bdway

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Event William Francis Warren - 16 June 1938 ‎(Age 65)‎ 50th Wedding Anniversary Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA

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Death 7 March 1946 ‎(Age 73)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, United States

Cause of death: Pneumonia following cerebral hemorrhage
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Burial 10 March 1946 ‎(3 days after death)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Cemetery: Rose Hill

Globally unique Identifier ED4B05DCEE444C7D99A4E34973D76E154A5D
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Parents Family  (F749)
Thomas Caldwell Stuart Boyd
1830 - 1890
Sarah Jane Corbett ‎(itt)‎
1851 - 1885
Nancy "Nannie" Boyd
1872 - 1946
Rachel Caroline "Callie" Boyd
1877 - 1937
Thomas "Tommie" Boyd
1879 -

Immediate Family  (F751)
William Francis Warren
1864 - 1940
Reuben H Warren
1892 - 1915
Mabel Ellen Warren
1895 - 1977
Mary Katherine "Kate" Warren
1898 - 1983
Ruth Bixby Warren
1900 - 1982
William Byrd "Bill" Warren
1902 - 1987
Marguerite Nancy "Margo" Warren
1904 - 1998
Leslie Franklin Warren
1907 - 1996
Nell Rose Warren
1911 - 1957


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Birth Part Chickasaw Indian ‎(1/16)‎, a daughter of Thomas Boyd, who owned the Oil Springs east of Berwyn. He was Chickasaw Indian, and his wife Sarah Corbett was white.
Census William was the first mayor of Berwyn and held this office for three terms. At that time, he and his family moved to Ardmore. He was an avid grain and livestock dealer and did some early work in alfalfa experiments. The Warrens were very early pioneers and did much in the Berwyn area especially, to help establish this community."
Census William was the first mayor of Berwyn and held this office for three terms. At that time, he and his family moved to Ardmore. He was an avid grain and livestock dealer and did some early work in alfalfa experiments. The Warrens were very early pioneers and did much in the Berwyn area especially, to help establish this community."
Residence Old Settlers 1925 Part 2, September 1925, Daily Ardmoreite in Ardmore, Carter Co., OK. Continuation of the Old Settler articles.

Warren lived in Berwyn for several years. William F. Warren, who for many years made a specialty of raising alfalfa and hogs, has lived in Ardmore for the last 18 years, where he and his family are known as substantial pioneers. When Mr. Warren first came to Oklahoma, he was employed in the old town of Berwyn where he made himself valuable as a clerk in general stores. He was a poor man when he married but possessed courage and energy with which to succeed. It was in 1888 that Mr. Warren married Miss Nannie Boyd, who was born in the Chickasaw Nation. They were married under the laws of the Chickasaw tribe. Mr. Warren becoming an Indian ‎(intermarried citizen)‎ and he with his wife and children received 1500 acres of land on the Washita River as their allotments. Here he raised alfalfa and hogs and his farming and livestock interests have always been profitably managed. Mr. and Mrs. Warren are the parents of nine children, six of whom are still living. They have a beautiful home at 1208 Hargrove Avenue.
Residence Old Settlers 1925 Part 2, September 1925, Daily Ardmoreite in Ardmore, Carter Co., OK. Continuation of the Old Settler articles.

Warren lived in Berwyn for several years. William F. Warren, who for many years made a specialty of raising alfalfa and hogs, has lived in Ardmore for the last 18 years, where he and his family are known as substantial pioneers. When Mr. Warren first came to Oklahoma, he was employed in the old town of Berwyn where he made himself valuable as a clerk in general stores. He was a poor man when he married but possessed courage and energy with which to succeed. It was in 1888 that Mr. Warren married Miss Nannie Boyd, who was born in the Chickasaw Nation. They were married under the laws of the Chickasaw tribe. Mr. Warren becoming an Indian ‎(intermarried citizen)‎ and he with his wife and children received 1500 acres of land on the Washita River as their allotments. Here he raised alfalfa and hogs and his farming and livestock interests have always been profitably managed. Mr. and Mrs. Warren are the parents of nine children, six of whom are still living. They have a beautiful home at 1208 Hargrove Avenue.
Death of spouse Obit
Daily Ardmoreite
Ardmore, Carter Co., Oklahoma

Wednesday, January 1, 1941

W. F. WARREN
WILLIAM F. WARREN, 76, long time southern Oklahoma resident and widely known even before statehood, died at his home, 719 G St NW, Tuesday afternoon after a brief illness. Funeral services are to be held at the Harvey Funeral Home chapel Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. ROBERT J. SMITH of the First Methodist Church. Interment will be at Rose Hill Cemetery.

Survivors include his widow; two sons WILLIAM B. WARREN of Oklahoma City and LESLEY F. WARREN of Bakersfield, California; five daughters Mrs. RUTH COBB of Denver, Colorado; Mrs. MARAGRET MILLER of Vernon, Texas; Mrs. J. R. LAVAN and Mrs. ROBERT D. HARTNITT of Ardmore and Mrs. EARL PECK of Madill. There are several grandchildren.

Escorts for the body will be O. A. SPARKS, B. W. DUKE, S. A. GEORGE, MARVIN SHILLING, WALTER MCCHAREN, and CLARENCE ATKINS

W. F. WARREN was born at Baltimore, Maryland Aug. 10, 1864. he attended the public schools and during a few of his youthful years, was employed in a foundry at Baltimore. At 16 years of age, he decided to come west and first settled near Fulton, Arkansas where he had a cousin with whom he resided for a time.

Warren left Arkansas for Indian Territory and settled near Atoka in the Choctaw Nation and soon was employed to carry mail between Atoka and Doaksville near the Arkansas state line. Then he was employed for a time at Denison, Texas and from there he went to Berwyn in the Chickasaw Nation, now in Carter County.

In 1888 Warren married Miss NANNIE BOYD, a Chickasaw citizen and under tribal laws, became a citizen of the tribe by adoption. The Warrens’ allotment of lands was made near Berwyn and consisted of mainly the rich Washita River bottom land. He operated the farmers and was mayor of Berwyn when incorporated. .. For the past 25 years, he made his home in Ardmore.


The Sulphur Times-Democrat
Sulphur, Murray Co., Oklahoma

Thursday, January 2, 1941

Widely Known Settler Dies at Ardmore

WILLIAM F. WARREN, age 76, long time resident of southern Oklahoma, died at his Ardmore home Tuesday afternoon after a brief illness. …Funeral rites were held in Ardmore Wednesday. Born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1864, he came to Indian Territory when a young man and settled at Atoka in the Choctaw Nation, later moved to Berwyn in Chickasaw Nation, now Carter County. In 1888 he married Miss NANNIE WARD, a Chickasaw citizen, and under tribal laws, became a citizen of the tribe by adoption. The Warren allotment was near Berwyn, many rich Washita river bottom acres. He was mayor of Berwyn when incorporated. He bought and shipped consignments of farm products and livestock from Berwyn to the markets of Kansas City and Chicago. Some years ago he moved his family to Ardmore where his children could be given the opportunity of better schools, where he lived for the last quarter century.

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Family with Parents
Father
Thomas Caldwell Stuart Boyd ‎(I2122)‎
Birth 31 July 1830 33 20 Near Martyn Mission/Sw Holly Springs, Monroe, Mississippi, USA
Death 7 July 1890 ‎(Age 59)‎ Paris, Lamar, Texas, USA
21 years
Mother
 
Sarah Jane Corbett ‎(itt)‎ ‎(I2118)‎
Birth 30 June 1851 24 18 Bedford, Tennessee, United States
Death 20 June 1885 ‎(Age 33)‎ Boyd's Oil Springs, Indian Territory ‎(OK)‎

Marriage: 22 March 1871 -- , Pickens, Oklahoma, USA
15 months
#1
Nancy "Nannie" Boyd ‎(I2125)‎
Birth 4 July 1872 41 21 Pickens County, Indian Territory, United States
Death 7 March 1946 ‎(Age 73)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, United States
5 years
#2
Sister
Rachel Caroline "Callie" Boyd ‎(I2285)‎
Birth 9 November 1877 47 26 Boyd's Oil Springs, Indian Territory, Oklahoma, USA
Death 24 November 1937 ‎(Age 60)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
14 months
#3
Brother
Thomas "Tommie" Boyd ‎(I2317)‎
Birth 1879 48 27 Pickens, Indian Territory, USA
Family with William Francis Warren
Husband
William Francis Warren ‎(I2126)‎
Birth 10 August 1864 Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Death 31 December 1940 ‎(Age 76)‎ Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States
8 years

 
Nancy "Nannie" Boyd ‎(I2125)‎
Birth 4 July 1872 41 21 Pickens County, Indian Territory, United States
Death 7 March 1946 ‎(Age 73)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, United States

Marriage: 16 June 1888 -- Berwyn, Indian Territory, United States
4 years
#1
Son
Reuben H Warren ‎(I2318)‎
Birth 1892 27 19 Berwyn, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Death 27 September 1915 ‎(Age 23)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
4 years
#2
Daughter
Mabel Ellen Warren ‎(I2319)‎
Birth 8 December 1895 31 23 Berwyn, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Death 1977 ‎(Age 81)‎ Hot Springs, Garland, Arkansas, USA
2 years
#3
Daughter
Mary Katherine "Kate" Warren ‎(I2321)‎
Birth 7 March 1898 33 25 Berwyn, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Death 8 December 1983 ‎(Age 85)‎ Vernon, Wilbarger, Texas, USA
2 years
#4
Daughter
Ruth Bixby Warren ‎(I2323)‎
Birth 7 May 1900 35 27 Berwyn, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Death 3 April 1982 ‎(Age 81)‎ Denver, , Colorado, USA
2 years
#5
Son
William Byrd "Bill" Warren ‎(I2324)‎
Birth 22 April 1902 37 29 Berwyn, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Death 29 March 1987 ‎(Age 84)‎ Dallas, Dallas, Texas, USA
2 years
#6
Daughter
Marguerite Nancy "Margo" Warren ‎(I2327)‎
Birth 29 July 1904 39 32 Berwyn, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Death 11 July 1998 ‎(Age 93)‎ Solomons, Calvert, Maryland, USA
3 years
#7
Son
Leslie Franklin Warren ‎(I2329)‎
Birth 28 November 1907 43 35 Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Death 28 March 1996 ‎(Age 88)‎ Newport Beach, Orange, California, USA
4 years
#8
Daughter
Nell Rose Warren ‎(I2331)‎
Birth 15 June 1911 46 38 Berwyn, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Death 17 January 1957 ‎(Age 45)‎ Austin, Travis, Texas, USA