Gardner Ancestors Sansing b 19 Dec 1861, Newton MS d 23 July 1937 ..5 Sarah Lou Gardner 18661884 ..5 Nannie Sue Gardner Everett 1866-1939 ..5 William A. Gardner b 1868 http://elizabeth.ourfamily.com/GardnerDescend.html
Extractions: Captain John Gibbon Lieutenants Edmund C. Bainbridge Joseph B. Campbell John S. Hunt First Sergeant James Stewart Sergeants Ordnance Sergeant Charles Santmyer Henry Workman Christopher Maisak Robert Moore Corporals Samuel Ball John M. Benjamin John C. Connors Jonathan Harding Andrew McBride John Mitchell Henry Moore William West Buglers William Castor John Cook Privates Andrew Ames Moses Armstrong Andre Benzinger Andre Benzinger Ed. Bogey Hugh Boyd John F. Bradley Joseph Brownlee John Brown John S. Carter James Cahill Fred A. Chapin William L. Crawford Horace DeLacey Dennis Driscoll Michael Donovan Michael Gallagher William C. Gardner William Greene William Hayes Joseph Herzog Patrick Hogan William Kelley James Knowles John B. Lackey Henry Lyons William Maffitt James Maher Barney McQuade Frank Rudge William Schroeder Charles A. Scott John Sheehan Philip Smith George Steigner Richard Tea Adam Trodon William Trotter Julius Turk Henry Vogel John Willsee John Woodward Artificers Pat McGabe John A. Goeb Edward Sullivan Back
Life Of Stephen A. Douglas Life Of Stephen A. Douglas Gardner, William, b. 1861 William, b. 1861 Gardner http://rdre1.inktomi.com/click?u=http://www.archive.org/texts/texts-details-db.p
Gardner And Pierson Genealogy Thomas 1. Walter H. (b.1845) 1. William H. (b.1850) 1. FOERCH. G. Gardner.Andrew 1. Elnora K. (b. 1923) 1. Emma J. (b.1861) 1. Emma Jane (b.1838) 1. http://webpages.charter.net/cgardner3/nameindex.html
Extractions: The Gardner and Pierson Families All Name Index A B C D ... M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z NO SURNAME Adelaide (b.1896) Alma (b. 1847) Almeda (b. 1903) Anna M. (b. 1904) Caroline (b.1875) Carrie (b.1843) Cordelia (b. 1825) Cornelia (b.1841) Cornelia (b. 1846) Emeline (b.1833) Esther (b. 1893) Eunice (b.1783) Harriett (b.1888) Lollie (b. 1902) Lucia Lucinda (b.1864) Mabel M. (b. 1881) Margaret Marian E. (b. 1845) Marian U. (b.1898) Mary A. (b. 1818) Mary A. (b. 1840) Mary Pauline (b.1903) Maude Norma (b.1890) Olive Pearl (b.1873) Rose M. (b.1887) Sarah (b. 1836)
Index: Melvina GADBERRY - Hosea B. GARDNER b. BET 1790 AND 1795) William Jonathan GADBERRY ( b. 1 NOV 1876, Casey Co TN) Adeline Gardner ( b. ABT 1861, Webster Co http://righteousandrottenroots.info/genealogy/IndexB57.html
Extractions: Melvina GADBERRY (b. 15 AUG 1831; d. ABT 1874, Russel Co. KY) Merel GADBERRY (b. 8 MAR 1855, Casey Co., KY; d. 20 JUN 1940, Chanute, Neosho Co., KS) Rachel GADBERRY (b. 8 SEP 1841) Robert L. GADBERRY (b. 29 DEC 1877, Casey Co. KY; d. APR 1883, Butler Co. KS) Samuel GADBERRY (b. BET 1780 AND 1785) Silas K. GADBERRY (b. 20 SEP 1873, Casey Co., KY; d. APR 1883, Butler Co., KS) William GADBERRY (b. BET 1790 AND 1795) William Jonathan GADBERRY (b. 1 NOV 1876, Casey Co. KY; d. 31 AUG 1936, San Francisco, CA) -?- GALLAHER (b. JAN 1880, Webster Co., MO) Charles P. GALLAHER (b. ABT 1844, Greene Co., MO) James Herbert GALLAHER (b. 22 NOV 1793, Jonesboro, Washington Co., TN; d. 1 FEB 1873, Webster Co., MO) Martha Malinda GALLAHER (b. 15 AUG 1841, Webster Co., MO; d. JAN 1931, Marietta, Indian Territory, OK) William C. GALLAHER (b. ABT 1874, Webster Co., MO) James GALLOWAY (b. 1765, North Carolina; d. Knox Co., TN) Martha "Patsey" GALLOWAY (b. ABT 1783, Virginia; d. BET 1850 AND 1860, Roane Co. TN) Adeline GARDNER (b. ABT 1861, Webster Co., MO)
Civil War Veterans' Card File, 1861-1866 Indexes Civil War Veterans Card File, 18611866 Indexes, Gardner, Henry - Gardner, JesseB. (back) Gradner Richard Gardner, Richard - Gardner, William Gardner, William http://www.digitalarchives.state.pa.us/archive.asp?view=ArchiveIndexes&ArchiveID
Gardner iii. MATILDA Gardner, b. January 28, 1861, Buel Township, Sanilac County, Michigan; d May 28, 1963, Michigan. iv. William F. Gardner, b. September 13, 1879, Applegate, Sanilac http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/1260/Gardner.html
Extractions: (My 4th Great-grandfather) Generation No. 1 1. STEPHEN1 GARDNER, SR. was born 1810 in Canada, and died February 28, 1870 in Lexington Township, Sanilac County, Michigan. He married (1) JOSETTE (GARDNER) Abt. 1830. She was born Abt. 1813 in New York, and died Bef. 1860. He married (2) CHARLOTTE (WILLIAM ELSWORTH) March 03, 1866 in Worth Township, Sanilac County, Michigan. She was born Bet. 1816 - 1818 in Ontario, and died Aft. 1876. Children of STEPHEN GARDNER and JOSETTE (GARDNER) are:
Extractions: Lexington, Mass. Hist. by Lexington Hist. Soc. Bartholomew was born in Ireland. FAMILY John , b. about 1831 in Ireland; d. June 11, 1909; m. Julia McCreash, b. May 1833; d. May 22, 1891 Otis B. , b. Rathlin, Ireland, 1834; m. Woburn, Mass., June 13, 1863, Anna Kane, b. in Ireland 1844. Sarah, b. in Ireland about 1841; m. at Woburn, Mass., Feb. 8, 1864, Timothy Kinneen. They are both of Lexington. BARTLEY JAMES HARRINGTON
Joseph Lister During this time he was taught by the eminent physiologist William Sharpey, recognised InAugust 1861 he was appointed surgeon at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary http://web.ukonline.co.uk/b.gardner/Lister.html
Extractions: Page Content Introduction By the middle of the nineteenth century, post-operative sepsis infection accounted for the death of almost half of the patients undergoing major surgery. A common report by surgeons was: operation successfully but the patient died. In 1839 the chemist Justin von Liebig had asserted that sepsis was a kind of combustion caused by exposing moist body tissue to oxygen. It was therefore considered that the best prevention was to keep air away from wounds by means of plasters, collodion or resins. Joseph Lister (1827-1912) Joseph Lister, a British surgeon, doubted this explanation. For many years he had explored the inflammation of wounds, at the Glasgow infirmary. These observations had led him to considered that infection was not due to bad air alone, and that 'wound sepsis' was a form of decomposition. Born on the 5 April 1827 in Upton, Essex, Joseph Lister was the son of the British physicist Joseph Jackson Lister. Top of Page Early Life After an early education at various Quaker schools he entered University College, London. After studying the arts he graduated and decided to take up medicine at the same College. He enrolled in the faculty of medical science in October 1848. During this time he was taught by the eminent physiologist William Sharpey, recognised as one of the greatest surgical teacher of his day. Lister was a brilliant student and graduated a bachelor of medicine with honours in 1852.
Wilson Township Tax List - 1861 80 23 Walters, Jacob 279 23 Walden, James 120 23 Walden, William 40 23 Gardner,Parker 40 24 John L Heirs 140 24 Walters, Alfred 60 24 Cain, John B 280 25 http://members.tripod.com/rehfla/wilson1861.htm
Roster Of Company "H" Alexander P. Donane, William Duff, John B. Killed at Ft Holt, Ky Jan 25, 1861 Ewing,William LD Fletcher Albert V. Gill, Felix Grosch, Jacob Gardner, Thomas G http://members.tripod.com/~rjsnyder/Seventh2.htm
Extractions: Ring, Jacob L. Discharged July 29, 1864 Sullivan, John E. Killed in Action Oct.5, 1864 Hackney, William P. Mustered out July 9,1865 Myers, Leo W. Killed at Shiloh Apr.6, 1862 Ring, Jacob L. Promoted May 29, 1862 Pegram, Thomas J. Mustered out July 25, 1864 Ambrose, Daniel L. Mustered out July 9, 1865 Ring, Jacob L. Promoted July 25, 1861 Pegram, Thomas J. Promoted June 17, 1862 Fergus, Samuel E. Discharged Dec 19, 1864, buried Plano, TX. (Decendent T. Adams at TJA4663@aol.com) Conklin, Philo H. Pegram, Thomas J. Promoted July 25, 1861 Fletcher, William D. Discharged July 18, 1862:Disability Adams, John F. Fergus, Samuel E. Promoted July 25, 1861 Smith, Charles F. Waltman, James A. Burrows, James Whiteman, Job L. Fickes, Alexander A. Forsyth, Edward L. Briggs, William H. Walker, James
RegBand.htm Also served in US Army Band. Dalton, William B. Musician. Boston, 29, musician;enl. 10/8/1861. Forskitt, Willard. Musician. Gardner, 32, musician; enl. http://www.28thmass.org/RegiBand/RegBand.htm
Extractions: Regimental Band Like many early war regiments, the 28th Massachusetts was authorized to recruit a regimental band during the fall of 1861 to serve alongside the rest of the regiment. Judging by the names represented below, there seems to have been little effort to recruit Irish musicians. Most of the regimental band hailed were from the Boston area, although five were from East Douglas and four from Gardner, Massachusetts. Virtually all stated that they were professional musicians prior to their enlistment. Samuel Curry, a 27- year old professor of music from Boston was the leader of the band throughout its attachment to the regiment. In July 1862, the Adjutant General of the U.S. army issued an order calling for a reduction in the number of military bands attached to the volunteer regiments. Henceforth, each brigade was entitled to only a single band funded and supported by the government. Any regiment that wished to retain its band would have to support it through its own finances. In response to this order, the entire band of the 28th Massachusetts Infantry was mustered out of the service of the United States on August 17, 1862, just a week after they had arrived in Virginia after five months' service in South Carolina. The only member of the band who would remain with the regiment was George L. Mitchell, a 22-year old trader from Boston who served as Drum Major. It may be that he had no choice, since drum majors often were selected from the ranks of enlisted soldiers. He eventually was promoted to 1st Sergeant of Company A, and then commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in September, 1862. Just days after Fredericksburg, he was commissioned 1st Lieutenant. Less than a year later, he resigned in May, 1863 to accept a commissioned rank in the U.S. Colored Troops.
RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Arthur Ancestors in Greene Co TN d NOV 1861 in Lawrence Co MO ELLISON, Savilla b MAR 1885 in Illinoisd AFT. 1900 FETTER, Sarah d ABT. 1829 Gardner, William GARNER, Jacob http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=haqq2&surname=Arthur
WebGED: Family Tree Gardiner, Honora Annie (*1861 ) spouse Alford, Robert William (1857 - ) - m.22 MAR 1881 in Tasmania, Australia Gardner, Bruce (1951 - ) b. 1951 spouse http://www4.tpgi.com.au/users/omeo/main9.html
Chief Red Wolf Aka Gardner Green Gardner Green / RedWolf was a cousin of Ada-we-hi Hi-a U-yo-na or children George*b. 2/22/1856 John* b.5/6/1858 William J.* 8/18/1861 James Monroe* b. 4/25 http://www.chickamaugacherokee.org/chiefgardnergreen.html
Extractions: see also or see .html version Family of Thomas and Rebecca Adeline "Addie" (Templum) Franklin "Chief" Gardner Green , like his father Runningfox, was "Ugu"of the Cherokee Town at Shooting Creek, near Chunkygal Mountain, in what is now North Carolina. Before , there was no Cherokee Nation, and the most powerful Cherokee " moitie " was a "town." Like some Indians of his period, he "seems" to be a real mystery man *if* one does not understand Cherokee history in its truest context possible. True, recoerds are scanthy betyween 1700 and 1800, but familis do transm,it cultufral information. So it is with the Green Family of Cherokee. There is a swirl of controversy around Gardner Green nowadays. We do have our detractors (like Darran McCathern) who are "Johnny-come-latelys" and who are trying to draw attention (and no doubt monies) to themselves. But, now that Darran McCathern has shown what little he thinks he knows, we will tell you what actually happened.
WebGED: Cande's Corner Data Page Fruit, Ellen (1861 ) b. May 1861 in MO spouse Wyrick, James Peter (1852 - ) -m. 17 Aug 1880 -child Gardner, William (1785 - ) b. 20 Jan 1785 http://www.concentric.net/~Cande/tree/wgd9.html
U S. Navy Officers, 1861, Sorted By Birthplace Navy Index. United State Official Register 1861. NAVAL LIST Senior Flag Officer Captains. Gardner. William H. William B. Light -house Board - Chairman -. http://americahurrah.com/OfficialRegister/Navy/OfficersBorn.htm
Extractions: Introduction, Official Records, 1861 Navy Index United State Official Register 1861 NAVAL LIST - Senior Flag Officer Captains ACTIVE LIST Navy Captains: Where they were born. Birthplace Last name First name Present duty or station Connecticut Foote A. H. Special Service - St. Louis Connecticut Gregory Francis H. Gunboat construction - Superintendent Dist. Columbia Craven T. T. Potomac Flotilla - Commanding Dist. Columbia Goldsborough L. M. Blockading Squadron North Atlantic - Commander Ireland Dornan T. Aloysius Leave of absence Kentucky Pendergrast G. J. Philadelphia Navy Yard - Commanding Kentucky Armstrong James Under suspension Maryland Crabbe Thomas Waiting orders Maryland Gardner William H. Mare Island Navy Yard - Cal. Command't Maryland Long Andrew K. Waiting orders Maryland Lowndes Charles Hartford - Steam Sloop - Commanding Maryland Mercer Samuel Wabash - Steam Frigate - Commanding Maryland Nicholson William C.