Joseph Warner of St Vincent

1756 - 2nd Sep 1833


Part-owner of Union estate on St Vincent, bankrupt in 1812, when he was shown as 'formerly of Sloane Street and late of St Vincent gent.'

Tentatively identifed as Joseph Warner, second son of Joseph Warner of Hatton Street and his wife Elizabeth nee Saunders and thus the brother of William Warner of Dominica and uncle of Joseph Thomas Warner, Colonel Edward Warner and Jane Heming Warner (all of whom q.v.).

Married Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Ottley of St Vincent, and had two sons, Ashton, born in 1780 and Richard, born in 1782. Elizabeth died in 1801. He remarried, to Laura Elizabeth Ashe in 1802 in Marylebone and four more children: Joseph (1804-), Robert Edward (1806-), Laura (1808-), William Kerby (1811-). Died 02/09/1833 age 77 years; buried at Wrington, Somerset.


London Gazette 16629 01/08/1812 p.1496.

Email from Zane Farina (01/04/2018) stating this Joseph Warner had estates in St Vincent and was captured by Victor Hughes in 1795, sourced to Aucher Warner, Sir Thomas Warner, pioneer of the West Indies : a chronicle of his family (West India Committee, 1935).

Vere Langford Oliver, The History of the Island of Antigua (1894) vol. 3 pp. 186-188.

We are grateful to Zane Farina for his assistance with compiling this entry.

Further Information

[1] Elizabeth Ottley [2] Laura Elizabeth Ashe
With [1] Ashton (1780-1830), Richard (1782-1863). With [2] Thornton (1812-), Henry (1813-), Georgiana (1819-), Frederick, Richard Albert (1817-). With [2]

Associated Estates (1)

The dates listed below have different categories as denoted by the letters in the brackets following each date. Here is a key to explain those letter codes:

  • SD - Association Start Date
  • SY - Association Start Year
  • EA - Earliest Known Association
  • ED - Association End Date
  • EY - Association End Year
  • LA - Latest Known Association
1816 [EA] - 1816 [LA] → Joint owner

Relationships (9)

Son-in-law → Father-in-law
Son → Father
Uncle → Nephew
Uncle → Nephew
Uncle → Niece

Addresses (1)

Sloane Street, London, Middlesex, London, England
Notes →

Shown as formerly of Sloane Street and late of St Vincent at his bankruptcy in 1812.