Charlotte "Lottie" Warner is my 4th great grandmother. The further back I go, the more connections I find. On Ancestry.com, I have connected with 300 more people who also have her in their tree. That good but they don't seem to have much more information than I have. Still, it tells me that I am related to a whole lot more people.
Charlotte was born in Craven, South Carolina on July 10, 1775. I don't have a copy of the birth record but there is a transcribed note:
"The following bible record is found on the LAGenWeb Archives at: http://files.usgwarchives,net/la/state/bible/ This record is "bible1-4.txt" in the list of records Bible Records Published by Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Society."
The letter was written by J. T. Warner, son of Thomas Cargill Warner, brother of Charlotte.
It says: "Their daughter Charlotte born April 10, 1775 and married Billy Morris. They settled on Pearl River southeast Louisiana."
The note goes on to talk about their children, one of course, was Mary B. Morris. The records indicate that she died in 1826 in St. Tammany, Louisiana.
Now, on to Elizabeth Sarah Cargill, Charlotte's mother.