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Daniel Sidney Warner was 31 when he left Ohio for the Nebraska Territitory.  His mission; to share God's word and help new settlers become members in the Church of God.  He eventually moved back to Ohio to become a huge part of the reformation movement in the Church of God. He was a dedicated and committed man.  While his life was not easy, he stayed true to his convictions and at times, was mistreated because of this. 


  • June 25, 1842   David and Leah Warner give birth to Daniel Sydney Warner in Ohio

  • 1863-1864         D.S. Warner serves as a private during the Civil War- Company C, 195th Regiment, Ohio Infantry

  • February 1865   D.S. Warner becomes a Christian @ age 23

  • 1865-1866         Attends Oberlin College

  • Easter 1867       Preaches first sermon on Acts 3:18

  • September 5, 1867   Marries Tamzen Ann Kerr

  • October 1867      Becomes licensed to preach by West Ohio Eldership of the Church of God

  • May 26, 1872      Tamzen Warner dies after giving birth to their still-born child

  • May 23, 1873      D.S. Warner assigned to new Nebraska Territory

  • June 4, 1874       Marries Sarah Keller of Sandusky Ohio

  • June-October 1875   Serves as Church of God minister in Haysville, Ohio

  • 1877                     Attends Vermillion College

  • July 6, 1877         Receives the experience of "Entire Sanctification"

  • September 15, 1877   Charges of teaching holiness are brought against Warner by West Ohio

  • December 8, 1877      Warner consecrated to God to be a holiness evangelist

  • October 1878               Northern Indiana Eldership accepts Warner as a minister

  • October 1881              Warner's only child, Sidney is born

  • October 1881               Warner officially leaves the Northern Indiana Eldership of the Church of God (Winebreannarian)

  • October 1881               The first congregation in the reformation is begun

  • Spring 1884                 Sarah Warner leaves the marriage and goes home to parent's house

  • December 12, 1895     Warner Dies


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