C. A. Warren


    C. A. Warren (deceased) was a native of London, Canada, born November 7, 1837, and at the age of thirteen moved with his parents to Detroit, Mich. At the age of nineteen he enlisted in the United States naval service, where he continued two years, after which be followed railroading in Michigan two years. He was then in the employ of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad until May, 1867, when he was transferred to the M. & C., serving as conductor for five years. In 1873 be accepted the position of passenger and traveling agent for the A. G. S., and after one year was appointed passenger and traveling agent for both the A. G. S. and C. S., which position he held until the time of his decease. September 25, 1867 , he married Miss Louisa Seaman, a native of Cincinnati , Ohio , after which they resided one year at Memphis , and then located in Chattanooga . Mr. Warren was one of the most popular citizens of Chattanooga , and had many warm friends, being loved and respected by all who knew him. He was a charter member of the K. of P., A. O. U. W. and K. of H. lodges of Chattanooga , each of which, by his death, March 25, 1886 , lost a valuable and efficient member. He left but one child, William, aged fifteen. He and his wife were members of the Episcopal Church, and be departed this life with a full realization of the Christian hope. His parents, William A. and Pauline (Charles) Warren, were natives of Canada . The father's death occurred at Detroit , Mich. , where the mother still lives. Mrs. Warren is still a resident of Chattanooga , but was a resident of Cincinnati , Ohio , up to the time of her marriage. Her parents, Joseph C. and Louisa C. ( Arnold ) Seaman, were natives of Ohio and Kentucky respectively, but resided in Cincinnati the greater part of their lives, the father being engaged in the mercantile trade. Their death occurred in 1861 and 1879 respectively.
Goodspeed's "History of East Tennessee" 1887