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|Lydia W Warren||see FAMILY TREE|
Born: Abt. 1812 Williamson Co., TN
|Married: 31 Aug 1831 Williamson Co., TN
"Rev. Andrew Herron, Jr. to Miss Lydia W. Warren daughter of Edward Warren all of this county.". The Western Weekly review - Franklin, Tenn. (Fri., Sept. 2, 1831)"
|Died: Abt. 20 Dec 1844 Holy Springs, Marshall Co., MS|
Andrew Herron Jr.
1. Mary Ann Elizabeth Herron
2. Susan H. Herron
3. Parmenia Lamar Herron
4. Lydia Warren Herron
In a biography probably written by Roy Herron (found in Seguin Library) the
following was taken from the "Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church of 1850" "Lydia (Warren) Herron died in Holly Springs,
Marshall County, MS in December, a few days after her daughter Lydia Warren
Herron was born. The infant was taken by her maternal aunt, Martha (Pat) Dabney
(Warren) Smith to be reared with her family. The three older children remained
with their father. Lydia must, however, have spent at least some of her summers
with her father, because the 1850 and 1860 census show her in Andrew's
After Lydia died, Andrew married Mary Ann Whitehead, widow of Wilson W. Whitehead in Lexington, Holms, Co, Miss. She had 4 children and they had several more. Mary Ann was purported to be a wealthy widow. "Andrew's four children by Lydia Warren, whether it was warranted or not, heartily disliked their stepmother and took advantage of any opportunity to be away from home."