Warren Wallace Springstead, b. 18xx Granby, Oswego County, New York married Mary Elizabeth Carey in Granby. They migrated to Fonda-lac Wisconsin with the help of Jonnathan Boynton, the grandfather of Warren in about 1855. Warren and Mary had four boys and one girl.Frederick Alzere b.18xx, Issac X b.18xx, Chancy Wallace b.18xx, John Warren b.1870, Elizabeth Sally b.18xx. The family lost Mother Mary in 1870 giving birth to John Warren. With a young infant at hand Warren soon married a young lady Ursula Davis.
Warren was very active in community affairs with much time spent in education sector of local matters.
Warren was a good business man, working in the saw mill and farming business, which allowed his family to participate.
In 1880 Warren migrated with his whole family to Brooksville Florida. He began farming and raising livestock. He later entered the dairy business. Many decendants continue to live in Brooksville and other parts of Florida.
Presently family members are working to establish ties with their ancesters from Warren Wallace's father Jacob F. Jr. b 1801? d. 1849 Granby, Oswego Co. N Y, his mother Sally Boynton b.xx in 18xx, d.18xx in Granby, Oswego Co. N Y.
Warrens Grandfather Jacob F Springstead Sr. and his grandmother are the primary focus of the work at this time. The family is being investigated in the area of Clay, Onondago County. N Y.