Born: June 25, 1842, Bristol (now Marshallville), Ohio.
Died: December 12, 1895, Grand Junction, Michigan, of pneumonia.
Buried: Warner Camp Cemetery, Grand Junction, Michigan.
Daniel was the son of David Warner and Leah Dierdorf. He married three times: to Tamzen Ann Kerr (1867), Sarah Ann Keller (1874) and Frances E. (Frankie) Miller (1893).
He attended Oberlin College briefly, then taught in the public schools.
He preached his first sermon at a Methodist Episcopal meeting on Easter Sunday, 1867. In October 1867, he was licensed to preach by the Winebrennarian Church of God. He labored in northwest Ohio and northern Indiana for about six years, then was assigned to a mission post in Nebraska for two years.
As of 1880, he was living in Rome City, Indiana.