Warner Washington, Jr. (April 15, 1751 - ?) was a Virginia businessman and a cousin of the first President of the United States, George Washington.
Washington was born on April 15, 1751 as the son of Warner Washington, Sr. and Elizabeth Macon. After growing up in the area, he worked as a notably unsuccessful businessman in Virginia. He nonetheless resided successively in three fine homes in Clarke County, Virginia, near Berryville. The first, "Clifton", was sold about the time of his first wife's death in 1795. From there, he moved to "Audley," a spacious but unpretentious home still standing about a mile east of Berryville. In need of cash, Warner sold his "Audley" estate in around 1818, and acquired a new tract of land about three miles south of Berryville. Here, he built a lovely two-story brick home, "Llewellyn," with five dormer windows in a third-floor attic.
Washington died around 1829, as his will was proved in Frederick County, Virginia on June 2, 1829.
Washington married first to Mary Whiting on October 18, 1770.
- John Whiting Washington - m. Fanny Baylor
- Frances Washington - m. William Snickers
- Henry Washington - m. Louisa Washington Whiting
- Francis Whiting Washington
- Perrin Washington - m. Hannah Fairfax Whiting
- Warner Washington III - unmarried.
- Beverly Washington (b. Aug. 25, 1786) - died unmarried in South America
- Sidney Washington (May 31, 1780 - 1800) - died young.
- Emily Washington (May 8, 1778 - 1795) - died young.
- "Daughter" Washington (Feb. 22, 1777 - Feb. 26, 1777) - infant.
Washington married second to Sarah Warner Rootes in June 1795.
- Reade Macon Washington
- Fairfax Washington
- William Herbert Washington - m. Louisa G. Whiting
- Alexander Hamilton Washington
- Mary Herbert Washington
- Elizabeth Warner Washington (b. Sept. 28, 1800 - 1882/83) - unmarried.
- Thacker Washington (b. Dec. 5, 1797) - infant.
- "Child" Washington (d. Nov. 6, 1798) - infant.
- "Daughter" Washington (b. 1799) - infant.