Elmer Ellsworth Warner (D14) Carbon, Monroe, Pike, Wayne Counties 1915–1918
Elmer Ellsworth Warner, born April 4, 1861, reared on a farm near Tannersville, Monroe County, Pennsylvania; son of Peter and Lovina Sittler Warner; engaged, creamery business, mercantile business, Tannersville; United States Postmaster, Tannersville, 1885-1889; moved, Weatherly, Pennsylvania; purchased, general store; engaged, mercantile business, 1891; elected, treasurer, general manager, Weatherly Foundry and Machine Company, 1891-1920; president, First National Bank, 1902-1939; Weatherly schoolboard, two terms, one as president; Chief Burgers, Councilman of Weatherly, Pennsylvania; elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania State Senate, 1915–1918; died, February 17, 1943 (aged 81), Weatherly, Carbon County, Pennsylvania; interment, Union Cemetery Weatherly, Carbon County, Pennsylvania.
Owner, General Store, 1891-1915, sold to son, Floyd, 1915; Elected, treasurer, general manager, Weatherly Foundry and Machine Company, 1891-1920; president, First National Bank, 1902-1939.
United States Postmaster, Tannersville, 1885-1889.
Weatherly schoolboard, two terms, one as president; Chief Burgers, Councilman of Weatherly, Pennsylvania.
Elected, Democrat, Pennsylvania State Senate, 14th district, Carbon, Monroe, Pike, Wayne Counties, 1915–1918; committee assignments, Agriculture, Appropriations, Game and Fisheries, Corporations, Legislative Apportionment, Military Affairs, Public Roads and Highways.
Married, Harriet Learn, 1887, children, Floyd T. Warner, Lovina Warner Ferguson; married, Martha Kresge, 1892, children, Stanley Washington Warner, Ruth Naomi Warner Learn, Grace Beatrice Warner Gangwer, Jennie E. Warner Wistrich; married, Gertrude Stull, 1906, Gertrude Warner Farrell, Elmer Ellsworth Mandeville Warner, Pauline Mandeville Warner, George Sittler Karl Warner, John Pershing Henry Warner.
The Pennsylvania Manual, (1918). Miller, H.P., (Compiler). Baker, W.H., (Assistant Compiler). Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, pages 1084, 1098, Biographical Sketches of Senators, page 1064.
Standard-Speaker (Hazleton, Pennsylvania) Thursday February 18, 1943, Page 14.