University of Toronto Paediatric Residency Program
We’re very proud of our cousin Warner Finstad, who is is in the second year of his post-graduate residency at Sick Kids® Hospital in Toronto. He was recently chosen as one of the recruiting spokespersons for the University of Toronto Paediatric Residency Program.
I have a Christmas story for you about a humble young couple, a long and difficult winter’s journey, and a beloved baby boy.
No, it isn’t the couple, the journey, or the baby you’re thinking of. It happened about 1,830 years after that other couple travelled to Bethlehem to be counted and taxed.
Our 18-year-old cousin, Elizabeth Warner of Royal Oak, Michigan, has a lot to teach us about how to deal with a health crisis.
She shared her experience and her advice recently in an article on the website of the Bonnell Foundation.
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I wrote a little story in March about a moment in the life of my grandmother, Helen Warner (who was born Helen Price), and shared it on the Price family website. Some of you may have seen it.
In my last post, I told you how I came up with the hypothesis that my great great great grandfather William Warner (1808-1845), the one who married Sarah Leitch in Quebec City in 1832, was the son of William Warner (born 1789), of the village of Howden in the East Riding of Yorkshire, and his wife, Sarah Benson.
.In this post, I’d like to tell you how I was able to use DNA testing to confirm that hypothesis and, going one generation further back, to show that I’m also descended from William Warner and Elizabeth White who were married in Howden in 1776.
Here’s what happened.