John Goheen - Person Page 3 FatherBio*, 26 Aug 1854, James Gardner Goheen. Finetta Peters (F) b. 1870, d. a Sep1951. Birth*, 1870, Virginia. Marriage*, 11 Dec 1901, William Wilbur Goheen. http://www.osogrande.com/~bettylou/p3.htm
Extractions: b. 30 Jun 1892, d. 17 Feb 1974 Birth* 30 Jun 1892 Centre County, Pennsylvania Marriage* Isabella Goheen McWilliams Marriage* a 1964 Death* 17 Feb 1974 Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania Burial* Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania CoParent Isabella Goheen McWilliams Dau-Bio* Sara Lou Musser Dau-Bio* Anna Jane Musser Son-Bio* 07 Sep 1933 Hunter McWilliams Musser
RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: South Carolina Families Gardner, Mary b 1757 Gardner, Susannah d DEAD Garlick Kershaw County, South CarolinaHorton, WA b ABT 1879 in Kershaw Co., South Carolina Horton, William C. b http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=sc-families&recno=28
Grannan Family History2 b. 1833. 1. K. James Benjamin Crane, (son of Richard Crane and RebeccaGardner) b. 1834. 1 . 1. William Crane, b. 1861. L. Sarah http://www.home.earthlink.net/~dlgrannan/Crane.htm
Extractions: The Cranes This isn't much but it's a start. I have some photos and a beginning of the Crane Family Chart at the bottom. These are pictures of various Cranes. Click on a picture to view it full size. Augusta Mae Crane Charles, Grace, and Esther Crane Crane Family Pictures Unidentified Cranes: Could be Ralph, Thelma, Margaret Hoag, Lawrence Crane on top. Bottom Flavian and Annamae Crane Crane Family Headstone, and Charles Crane's Discharge from the Spanish American War (click on them to see full size) Crane Descendant Chart firstname.lastname@example.org The original Cranes in Indiana were 3 brothers named James, John, and Richard . There is a fourth Crane named George that is believed to possibly be a fourth Crane brother. I. Richard Crane , b. 1801. [i] He married (1) Elizabeth Gardner Burch , 31 Mar 1846, d. 19 Dec 1871. He married (2) Rebecca Gardner , 13 Dec 1824, b. 1804, d. 1845. Richard died 1868. A. Charles Henry Crane , (son of Richard Crane and Elizabeth Gardner Burch) b. 1847. B.
Genealogy Data Gardner, James T. Birth 24 JUN 1762 ,Ireland M. McKnight, John Morton McKnight,James B. McKnight, Charles S A. McKnight, Lenna McKnight, William Birth 1878 http://jerry.vigo.lib.in.us/washington/html/dat106.htm
1st PA Volunteers Company B recruited at Easton; mustered in April Frountfelter; Levi Frountfelter;Abraham Gardner; Joseph A. Ginnerd; George H. Hahn; William Hartzell; Andrew http://home.ptd.net/~nikki/1regt.htm
Extractions: Guest Book 1st PA Volunteers American Revolution Genealogy Mine Memorial Day North American Indians ... Web Rings [ 1st PA Volunteers ] 5th PA Militia 1862 9th PA Volunteers 27th PA Troops 1863 34th PA Militia 1863 ... Companies A, B, D, C, H Company A recruited at Bethlehem; mustered in April 20, 1861; 3 months Company B recruited at Easton; mustered in April 20, 1861; 3 months Capt Jacob Dachradt 1st Lt Godfrey Mutchler 2nd Lt Charles Eichman 1st Sgt James F. Meyers
Hubbard Soldiers 2 Ava Genetta Hubbard b April 28, 1885 in Shelby When the Civil War broke out, WilliamD. Hubbard at Randolph Alabama on October 4, 1861, by Captain Gardner. http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/3071/hubbard2.html
Extractions: ENLISTED: October 04, 1861 AGE: ENGAGEMENTS: Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia KILLED: N/A WOUNDED: In the hand at Kennesaw Mountain, Gerogia June 29, 1864 CAPTURED: Information goes here HOSPITAL - PRISON N/A OATH, OR DISCHARGE: N/A OTHER REMARKS: Was on sick furlough February 28th through June 30th, 1862. He is my first cousin four time removed. ENLISTED: February 08, 1862 at Randolph AGE: N/A ENGAGEMENTS: Resaca, Georgia KILLED: N/A WOUNDED: At Resaca, Georgia May 14, 1864 CAPTURED: At Resaca, Georgia May 14, 1864 HOSPITAL - PRISON Alton Military Prison, Alton Ill. August 2nd, through August 7th, 1864. Camp Douglas, Ill. On August 23, 1864. Died December 06, 1864 at Camp Douglas, Ill. OATH, OR DISCHARGE:
Kentucky In The Civil War 18, 1864. KEIGER, Alonzo, Pvt. B. Nov. 18, 1862. KELLY, William, Pvt. The materialon this website is copyrighted by Beth Adams, Scott Gardner, and Mark Holbrook. http://www.geocities.com/civil_war_in_ky/22nd-Roster-H-K.html
Extractions: Name Rank Co. Enrolled Mustered In Mustered Out Remarks When Where When Where When Where HAILEY, Michael Pvt. A Nov. 16, 1861 Jan. 10, 1862 Louisa, Ky. Deserted Nov. 17, 1862 Louisville, Ky. HALLEY, James A. Pvt. B Nov. 9, 1861 Jan. 10, 1862 Louisa, Ky. Discharged Discharged on account of wounds received in action at Vicksburg, Miss. May 22, 1863. Mar. 25, 1864 Baton Rouge, La. HANNER, Alexander Pvt. B Nov. 9, 1861 Jan. 10, 1862 Louisa, Ky. Jan. 20, 1865 Louisville, Ky. HANNER, James Sgt. B Nov. 9, 1861 Jan. 10, 1862 Louisa, Ky. Jan. 20, 1865 Louisville, Ky. Promoted from Pvt. to Sgt. Aug. 1, 1863. HANNER, John Pvt. B Nov. 9, 1861 Jan. 10, 1862 Louisa, Ky. Jan. 20, 1865 Louisville, Ky. HARDING, George W. Pvt. B Nov. 9, 1861 Jan. 10, 1862 Louisa, Ky. Jan. 20, 1865 Louisville, Ky. HARDWICK, Samuel W. Corp. B Nov. 9, 1861 Jan. 10, 1862 Louisa, Ky. Discharged Discharged on Surgeon's certificate of disability. Feb. 10, 1863 Vicksburg, Miss. HARRIGAN, Timothy Pvt. A Nov. 16, 1861 Jan. 10, 1862 Louisa, Ky. Jan. 20, 1865 Louisville, Ky. Absent without leave from June 30, 1863 to Feb. 26, 1864. Sentenced by G. C. M. to forfeit all pay and allowances for 8 months. HARRINGTON, Arthur J.
Robert Samuel Roberts 2nd Wife of James Gardner Roberts +Elizabeth T William Franklin Roberts b 19 Dec1852 Roane Co James T. Roberts b 11 Apr 1859 unmar Absolum Roberts b 28 Mar http://www.roanetn.com/roberts/robsam.htm
Extractions: ROBERT SAMUEL ROBERTS Son of Elias and Rebecca Brashear Roberts Robert Samuel Roberts was born about 1789 in Pendleton District, SC. He was married in July 1813 in Roane County, TN to MARGARET GARDNER , in the home of her father, James Gardner (b. VA) The ceremony was performed by Chaplain Wesley Walker, a Minister of the Gospel. They had thirteen children born in Roane County. Notes for Robert Samuel Roberts Several court records which mention heirs help to document their children: Wesley William Crowe b: 1822 m: 27 Nov 1849 in Roane Co, TN Elizabeth and her family are found in the Roane censuses for 1850, 60, 70 and 80. Deed Book P, page 661 records a conveyance from Wesley Crow to Edward C. Roberts in 1868. The land was located on Big Emery River and Waldens Ridge. Elizabeth's nephew, Lonnie Burns, is of the opinion that two of the children, Martha A. and Henry C., never married. Elizabeth J. Crow Cofer is buried in Riggs Cemetery in Sugar Grove Valley.
JOHN FREEMAN i. William JOSEPH 4 ATKISSON. ii. viii. VIOLA MABLE OWENS, b. 1911; m. LEONARDDOYEL. He married FRONA Gardner November 26, 1905 in Webster Co. http://www.roanetn.com/freeman.htm
Extractions: Home Up JOHN FREEMAN & SUSANNAH "Suckey" DAVIS Updated, March 2000 Contributed by Nancy Crawford, email@example.com See her home page at: http://righteousandrottenroots.info Generation No. 1 JOHN FREEMAN (JAMES A was born Abt. 1771 in Bedford Co. VA, and died Abt. 1854 in Roane Co. TN. He married SUSANNAH "SUCKEY" DAVIS January 28, 1804 in Roane Co. TN, daughter of BAZZEL DAVIS and FRANCES -?-. She was born Abt. 1785 in Caswell Co. NC Children of JOHN FREEMAN and SUSANNAH DAVIS are i. BAZZEL D. FREEMAN , b. December 04, 1804, Roane Co., TN; d. May 26, 1885. ii. JAMES FREEMAN, b. February 18, 1806, Roane Co., TN; d. February 26, 1849; m. AXEY PONDER, October 17, 1826. iii. SYLVESTER A. FREEMAN , b. November 22, 1807, Roane Co., TN; d. 1865, Wright Co., MO. iv. LITTLETON FREEMAN , b. December 25, 1809, Roane Co., TN; d. March 15, 1891; m. SARAH MCMULLEN , December 15, 1834; b. November 02, 1816. v. JOHN FREEMAN, b. February 16, 1812, Roane Co., TN; m. CATHERINE ELDRIDGE
Gardner's (Deas') Alabama Brigade That fall, he and Major Robert B. Armistead raised and he took command of FranklinGardner s brigade (19th to take his brigade against Gen l William T. Sherman http://www.tarleton.edu/~kjones/gardner.html
Extractions: Brigadier General Adley Hogan Gladden was born in Fairfield District, SC, 28 October 1810. He became a cotton broker and then served in the Seminole War. He was rewarded with an appointment as postmaster of Columbia, SC. He then participated in the Mexican War as a Major in the Palmetto Regiment of that state. In the assault against Churubusco, the regimental Col. and Lt. Col. were killed, and Gladden became Col. of the Regiment. Gladden himself was wounded at the Belen Gate in Mexico City. After the Mexican War, Gladden made his home in New Orleans. When the Civil War broke out, Gladden proceeded to Pensacola as Col. of the 1st Louisiana Regiment. He was promoted to Brig. Gen'l, 30 September 1861, and was assigned to command a brigade including his old 1st Louisiana. During the bombardment of the Confederate forts in Pensacola Harbor, Gen'l Braxton Bragg praised Gladden's defense and when he was assigned to command Confederate troops in Mississippi, Bragg created a brigade to serve as a model of discipline, under Gladden's command. The plan was not pursued, but in January 1862, Gladden transferred to Mobile and Corinth where he commanded a brigade composed of four Alabama regiments (21st, 22nd, 25th, and 26th), the 1st Louisiana, and Felix H. Robertson's Battery. At Shiloh, Gladden's brigade came under heavy fire and the commander was hit by a shell fragment, carried from the field, and died soon afterward, 12 April 1862. He is buried at Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile.
THE LAMAR RANGERS WJ COX. Henry J. CRAWFORD. James B. CUDDY. Hugh CULLEN. Andrew DAILY. James S.FOWLER. William FULFORD. AB FUNDERBURK. John FUTCH. William J. Gardner. WilliamGILL. http://www.5thgacavalry.info/5thcavalry/5thcav/1stbatalion/brailsfordscompany.ht
Extractions: Company was organized on 30 Dec 1860, and was known as the Mounted Rifles. The Company reorganized in Mar 1862, and then designated the Lamar Rangers. This company became Company H, 5th Georgia Cavalry. OFFICERS AND STAFF C aptain Charles Augustus Lafayette LAMAR C aptain William BRAILSFORD entered service as a 1 st Lieutenant in the Savannah Mounted Rifles, 7 Jun 1861, at Sunburry, Georgia. On 1 Sep 1861, William BRAILSFORD succeeded Captain Lamar as commander of the company. The company was then known as CAPTAIN BRAILSFORDS COMPANY, 1 ST GEORGIA CAVALRY BATTALION. His Sutherlands Bluff Plantation became headquarters for the Lamar Rangers during the early part of the war. [Thomas D. Houston] st Lieutenant Alexander (Alex) C. WYLLY entered service as as a 1 st Lieutenant in Captain Hopkins' Company in Oct 1861. At reorganization in April 1862, Alex enlisted and was elected 1 st Lieutenant in Captain William BRAILSFORD's Company [PEN GC - 1850 McIntosh 271st Dist. REEL NO: 77 PAGE 19 Visit 128]
Extractions: DELAWARE ROSTER OF UNION SOLDIERS Galbreath thru Gordy LAST NAME FIRST NAME M.I AKA REGIMENT CO. RANK MISC Galbreath Robert C. 7th Inf G Gallagher Andrew Cav. 1st Bn. D, A Gallagher Charles 1st Inf Gallagher Charles 1st Inf C Gallagher Charles H. 4th Inf QM Gallagher Daniel 1st Inf B Gallagher Daniel Ist Inf D Gallagher Daniel 3rd Inf F Gallagher Daniel 7th Inf E Gallagher Daniel 8th Inf B Gallagher John Cav. 1st Bn. G Gallagher John 1st Inf E Gallagher John S. (John) 1st Inf H Music Gallagher John S. 3rd Inf D Drum Gallagher Lewis (Lewis F.) 3rd Inf I Gallagher Michael 1st Inf B Gallagher Michael 2nd Inf I, F Gallagher Michael 4th Inf K Cpl. Gallagher Michael 8th Inf Gallagher Neal 1st Inf (3 mo. '61) I Gallagher Patrick 4th Inf B Gallagher Thomas 2nd Inf F Gallagher Thomas 3rd Inf C Cpl. Gallagher Thomas 4th Inf D Gallagher William I. Arty. Crossley's Half Co. 1st Sgt. Gallagher William I. 7th Inf C 2nd Lt. Gallagher William J. 3rd Inf B 1st Lt. Gallaher William 7th Inf G Gallaher William 8th Inf A Gallaway James 1st Inf B Gallaway James 8th Inf Gallity John 4th Inf F Galloway Isaac 1st Inf H Galtin Martin 1st Inf H Gamble Alexander 7th Inf G Cpl.
WebGED: My Family Database Data Page STENHOUSE SOUTH LODGE WIFE MAR 86 b.STI FALKIRK. Gillespie, John (b1809 - ) -childGillespie, William (b1814 Gardner, George (b1766 - ) - male bap. http://users.bigpond.net.au/stellers/FamHist/wga6.html
Elliott Cut-Off, GARDNER-GRUBBS Gardner, William P. b. 1834, St He started west with the party of William H. Grayand other members of his family but fell out with Gray en Nellie - b. 7 Jan http://linnhistory.peak.org/1853/1853pg6.html
Extractions: Roster, Lost Wagon Train, 1853 Asterisk marks those who probably were in this party. Children listed are only those brought to Oregon. *GARDNER, Stephen B. - b. 12 Nov. 1831, Iowa City, Iowa; brother of William P. (see roster); m. Catherine Chapman, Butte Co., Calif.; living at Ft. Klamath, 1902. *GARDNER, William P. - b. 1834, St. Joseph Co., Ind.; DLC No. 7717, Lane Co., Ore.; arr. Ore. 27 Oct. 1853; m. Hannah E. Canady, Eugene, Ore., 31 March 1867; brother of Stephen B. (see roster); another brother, Aaron, arr. Ore., 1854. He was a carpenter, resided in Eugene, Ore., 1870 census. *GARRETT, Phoebe - daughter-in-law of Robert Garrett (see roster) and wife of Thomas Garrett, who had remained in Oregon and went to meet the immigrants in 1853. GARRETT, Robett - b. 1803, Ga. or Va.; DLC No. 2282, Benton Co., Ore.; came to Ore., 1851, from California; returned to the East for his family making his second trip to Ore. in 1853. He later settled in Ashland, Ore. GARRETT, Jane - b. abt. 1801, South Carolina; m. Robert "middle of March, 1827/28, Ill."
The Berry Family Page William GEORGE BERRY, b. 5 May 1863, Barrow Hill, Staveley, Derbys, EMMA JANEBERRY, b. 8 Oct 1871, Wombwell, Yorks, She married JOSEPH Gardner Dec 1847. http://www.shef.ac.uk/~md1nxw/berry.htm
Extractions: Descendants of an Unknown Berry/Berrey of Warwickshire Generation No. 1 Children of the Patriarch are thought to be: MILES BERRY b. Abt 1771, Stockton, Warks m. ELIZABETH BOOTE BENJAMIN BERREY m. ANN ? Generation No. 2 Children of Miles and Elizabeth are: MARY BERRY b. 1797, Stockton, Warks MILES BERRY b. 1798, Stockton, Warks m. EMMA NEWITT ANN BERRY b. 1801, Stockton, Warks SARAH BERRY b. 1803, Stockton, Warks ELIZABETH BERRY b. 1805, Stockton, Warks d. Bef Oct 1806, Stockton, Warks ELIZABETH BERRY b. 1806, Stockton, Warks REBECCA BERRY b. 1809, Stockton, Warks BENJAMIN BERRY b. 1811, Stockton, Warks d. Bef Nov 1814, Stockton, Warks ESTHER BERRY b. 1812, Stockton, Warks BENJAMIN BERRY b. 26 Nov 1814, Stockton, Warks d. 2 Dec 1850, Ecclesall Bierlow, Sheffield, Yorks m. MARY NORTH WILLIAM BERRY b. 1817, Stockton, Warks Children of Benjamin and Ann are: GEORGE MAKEPEACE BERRY b. 1787, Stockton, Warks MILES BERRY b. 1788, Stockton, Warks
Unknown Lines - Ohio-Iowa: William, Jr. 5 Aelese Gardner .. 4 ? Turk . 3 William J. Chenoweth b September02, 1873 in Jasper Co., IA d October 02, 1874 in Jasper Co., IA . http://www.chenowethsite.com/chun631c.htm
Extractions: WILLIAM, JR. (4) 1803 - 1858 m: SARAH M. MCCLELLAND HARRIS: Born March 3, 1803 in Ohio, died May 11, 1858 in Jasper County, Iowa. Married March 29, 1830 to Sarah M. McClelland in Adams County, Ohio. She was born about 1812 in Ohio, died May 4, 1891 in Jasper County, Iowa. After his marriage, William migrated from his native Ohio to Missouri, and from there to Iowa, settling in Jasper County in that state in 1846. All of William and Sarah's children were born before they came to Iowa. The family was enumerated living in District #16 of Jasper County, Iowa in the 1850 Census. That record listed William as being a farmer. In 1860, they were living in Newton in Jasper County, as shown in that year's Census. In the 1850 Census, Mary Jane, the first child, was shown as being born in Iowa, believed to have been an error, as she almost certainly was born in Ohio. The family was also recorded in an 1865 Jasper County, Iowa Census that did show Margaret, the second child, born in Ohio, and Samantha, the third child, born in Missouri. William and Sarah's last two children were also born in Missouri.
VAN ESSEN Genealogy - Colonial Ancestors Gladys Gardner, b. 14 Apr 1901, in Crow Wing, Minnesota. Patricia MAGHAN, b. 05Mar 1929, in Brainerd, Minnesota. William VAN ESSEN, b. 24 Dec 1919, in Kenosha http://www.cpl.umn.edu/~jve/gen/colonial.html