Warner, Harold S.

From Helderberg Hilltowns of Albany County, NY


Harold Stanton Warner was born April 26, 1922, the son of Stanton Warner (29 JUL 1899 - 19 DEC 1966) and Helen Champion (15 MAY 1899 - 23 DEC 1965). [1] His brothers and sisters were:

  • Blanche Elizabeth Warner (30 JUL 1923 - 23 JAN 1994)
  • Leo D. Warner (10 MAY 1925 - 12 DEC 1989)
  • Vernon Alfred (Kelly) Warner (4 JUL 1927 - 28 JAN 2001)
  • Elsie Eileen Warner (27 AUG 1931 - 1 MAY 1997)
  • Alfred Kermit (Kermy) Warner (25 JUN 1933 - 6 AUG 1991)[1]


Harold S. Warner was a soldier in World War II.

Marriage & Children

Harold married Harriet Lajeunesse in 1951. Their children were:

  • Mary Ann Warner
  • Lawrence (Larry) James Warner
  • Daniel John Warner
  • Patrick John Warner
  • Susan Marie Warner
  • Paula Jean Warner (2 JAN 1966 - BEF 1967)[1]


Knox Cemetery - Harold S. Warner Tec 5 US Army World War II 1922 - 1981
Knox Cemetery - Harold S. Warner 1922 - 1981 Harriet F. Lejuenesse 1924

Harold S. Warner died November 13 and was buried in Knox Cemetery - Harold S. Warner Tec 5 US Army World War II 1922 - 1981 Obituary

Harold S. Warner Obituary - Altamont Enterprise - November 20, 1981

WARNER - Nov, 13, Harold S. Warner of Coxsackie (Greene Go.), husband of the former Harriet Lajeunesse; father of Mary Ann Warner of Albany, Lawrence J. Warner (with the U.S. Army in Japan), Daniel and Patrick Warner (both of Coxsackie) and the late Paule Warner; brother of Blanche Olsmit of Schenectady, Leo Warner of East Berne, Vernon Warner of Altamont, Elsie Carolottie of Castleton (Rensselaer Co.) and Alfred Warner of Huntersland (Schoharie Co.) and grandfather of Edward and Lynn Knier of Albany; also survived by several nieces and nephews.

A mass of Christian burial was celebrated Tuesday, Nov. 17 from St. Lucy's Roman Catholic Church, Altamont; arrangements were by Fredendall Funeral Home, Altamont. Burial was in Knox Cemetery, Knox.

Altamont Enterprise - November 20, 1981


1930 United States Federal Census about Harold Warner[2]

Name: Harold Warner
Gender: Male
Birth Year: abt 1923
Birthplace: New York
Race: White
Home in 1930: Knox, Albany, New York
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Marital Status: Single
Relation to Head of House: Son
Father's Name: Stanten Warner
Father's Birthplace: New York
Mother's Name: Helen Warner
Mother's Birthplace: New York
Household Members:
Name Age
Stanten Warner 30
Helen Warner 30
Harold Warner 7
[7 1/12]
Blanch Warner 6
[6 4/12]
Leo Warner 4
[4 5/12]
Vernon Warner 2
[2 3/12]

1940 United States Federal Census about Harold Warner[2]

Name: Harold Warner
Age: 17
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1923
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birthplace: New York
Marital Status: Single
Relation to Head of House: Son
Home in 1940: Knox, Albany, New York
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Street: Knox Carl Road
Inferred Residence in 1935: Knox, Albany, New York
Residence in 1935: Same House
Sheet Number: 4A
Attended School or College: Yes
Highest Grade Completed: High School, 2nd year
Weeks Worked in 1939: 0
Income: 0
Income Other Sources: No
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Stanley Warner 40
Helen Warner 40
Harold Warner 17
Blanche Warner 16
Leo Warner 14
Vernon Warner 12
Elsie Warner 8
Kermit Warner 6

Social Security

U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Harold Warner[2]
Name: Harold Warner
SSN: 113-14-0057
Last Residence: 12051 Coxsackie, Greene, New York, United States of America
Born: 26 Apr 1922
Died: Nov 1981
State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951)

Additional Media

Warner - Lajeuness

The marriage of Miss Harriet Frances Lajeunesse, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Lajeunesse, 127 12th St,. Troy, and the late Mr., Lajeunesse, to Harold Stanton Warner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Warner of Altamont,R. D,, took place Saturday at 10 a. m. at St. Paul the Apostle church in Troy. Rev. Edward F. English officiated at the double ring ceremony. Gerald and George Lajeunesse, brothers of the bride, were altar boys.

The organist.rendered "Ave. Maria," "O Lord, I am not Worthy" and "On this Day, O Beautiful Mother." White gladioli and palms decorated the altar.

Miss Veronica Lajeunesse was the maid of honor and Mrs. Edward Walsh and Miss Florence Lajeunesse were bridesmaids. ne F. Lajeunesse was best man - and ushers were Francis S. Lajeunesse and Edward T. Walsh.

The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Paul Lajeunesse, wore a white satin gown with an illusion yoke, bouffant skirt and long train.

A lace and seed pearl tiara held in place the illusion veil and she carried a prayer book with a white orchid and sweet peas.

The maid of honor was gowned in blue with a bouffant picked up skirt and matching satin and lace hat. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses. The bridesmaids were gowned in satin dresses in shades of tiger lily and Nile green.

A reception followed at the Oasis, the bride's mother wearing an orchid print gown, and the bridegrooms's mother choosing a gray print. Their corsages were orchids.

The bride, a graduate of Lansingburg Highschool, is with the General Electric Co. The bridegroom, a graduate of Berne-Knox Central school, is with the American Locomotive Co.

The couple left on a motor trip to Niagara Falls and Canada, the bride traveling in a navy blue suit with orchid accents and a corsage of white orchids.

On their return they will reside at 127 12th St., Troy.

Altamont Enterprise - June 8, 1951


  1. Bernehistory.org
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 www.Ancestry.com