DAVID T. WARREN, son of the above by his second marriage, was born in Coshocton county, Ohio in July 1838. He was reared in Knox township, and at an early age was familiarized with the calling of the farmer, in which he has since been engaged quite successfully. In 1862 he enlisted in the Ninety-eighth Ohio volunteer infantry and served three years with credit to his valor and patriotism. He participated in the battles of Perryville and Chickamauga, among others, and at the latter engagement was taken prisoner in company with twelve others of his command. Of these he was one of the only two who survived to again reach the Union lines. On his return from the army he resumed farming and in 1870 was married to Martha J., daughter of George Culp, of Knox township. TO this union were born four children: Laura B., George T., Earl and William M., of whom Earl is deceased. Mr. Warren and wife are members of the Uniited Presbyterian church, and he is a comrade of the G. A. R.
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