List Of Ebook Authors Emile, 18321873 Galsworthy, John, 1867-1933 Galt, John, 1779-1839 Gamble, Eliza Burt Gardner, William, b. 1861 Garis, Howard Roger, 1873 http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Project Gutenberg INDEX OF AUTHORS Galbraith, Anna M. (Anna Mary), b. 1859 Galsworthy, John, 18671933 Galt, John, 1779-1839 Gamble, Eliza Burt Gardner, William, b. 1861 Garis http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
William William Gardner b. 1861 Toddington Stanway. He Married Kezia Wiggins nee Pratt in 1883 at Blockley when he was 23 years old http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
LISTA DE AUTORES B.C.563(?)B.C. Aiken, Conrad Potter, 1889-1966 Aikman, William, 1824-1909 Ainsworth, William 1821-1890 Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927 http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
John KELLY , Jr. / Melissa SIRON William B. HUTTON / Nettie Lou MCCURDY Husband William B. HUTTON 1786186111604 at Father Mother Spouses George GARDNER\GARDENER http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
EBOOKS - ALPHABETICAL LIST ~ G Gamble, Eliza Burt. Gao qian. Gardner, William, b. 1861. Garibaldi, Giuseppe. Garis, Howard Roger, 18731962. Garis, Lilian C. McNamara http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Extractions: Birth* Charles Albert Wheelock was born on 15 Jul 1834 at Leominster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, son of Charles Wheelock and Elizabeth D. Hastings Living* In 1861 Charles was living at Leominster, Worcester County, Massachusetts. At the time of his enlistment in the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, in 1861, Charles gave his occupation as shoemaker. On 12 Jul 1861 Charles mustered into service with the 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, being credited to the quota of Leominster, Worcester County, Massachusetts. He was 26 years, 11 months and 27 days old. On 28 Jul 1864 Charles ended military service with the 15th Massachusetts mustered out while absent sick (according to Ford's history) having fulfilled his term of service. Marriage* Aft. 1864 Charles Albert Wheelock married
Gardner's (Deas') Alabama Brigade Deas was elected Col. and commissioned, 25 October 1861. B , organized, 21June 1862, by transfers from the 39th AL William J. Burton 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.
Ad William S., son of Peter Sarah, b. 22 Jan. 1861, d. 19 July 1866. Gardner ~William H. Gardner, b. 4 Jan. 1846, d. 30 Nov. 1921. Carrie Gardner, b. http://raub-and-more.com/stewartsville/a-m.html
Extractions: BAUDER ~ Levi Bauder, d. 18 Dec. 1885, age 55 yrs. BAYLOR ~ Michael M. Baylor, b. 5 June 1830, d. 26 Dec. 1889. Emeline, wife of Michael, b. 22 June 1824, d. 27 Jan. 1885. BEARDSLEE ~ Gertrude Holden Beardslee, 1854 - 1923. BEDELL ~ Margaret Holden Bedell, 1869 - 1932. BENNING ~ George W. Benning, 1895 - 1910. BERGER ~ Hiram Berger, Co. A, 176 Reg., PA. Vol., 23 May 1843 - 4 May 1907.
Gardner Ancestors Frederick F. Gardner b 1861 ..5 Mattie Butler Gardner Sansing b 19 Dec 1861, + William Ingram b. est 1802 (per. Ann McDonald) 3 Susanna (Susan) http://elizabeth.ourfamily.com/GardnerDescend.html
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Extractions: Joanne GADDASS b. Eliza GAFFNEY b. 12 SEP 1844 Amelia GAGGIN b. 1796 ... Agnes Sarah Bell GAMBLE b. 22 AUG 1783 Jeffrey GAMBLIN b. Megan GAMBLIN b. Peter GAMBLIN b. David Earl GAMEY b. Karen Elizabeth GAMEY b. Neil Robert GAMEY b. William Roy GAMEY b. Donna Patricia GAMMACK b. C 1944 Mary GARBUTT b. 1919 Amy GARDNER b. 06 NOV 1997 Barbara Mary GARDNER b. 17 JAN 1951 Benjamin Lawson GARDNER b. 11 AUG 1992 Conner Royston GARDNER b. 11 SEP 1991 Jack Nickolas GARDNER b. 16 SEP 1993 Margaret GARDNER b. 22 JUL 1948 Paul GARDNER b. 26 DEC 1971 Simon GARDNER b. 08 SEP 1969 Stuart Leslie GARDNER b. 19 JUN 1944 ... Gladys Helen GARTHI b. Robert GATES b. C 1947 Robert Ernest GATES b. 1922 Velia GAUDIO b. C 1959 Oswald Ventry GAYER b. 2008 Hannah GELL b. ... Ann GIBSON b. 1788 Annie GIBSON b. 1866 Annie GIBSON b. 1873 Barbara GIBSON b. Caroline GIBSON b. 1877 Christiana GIBSON b. 27 OCT 1876 Daniel GIBSON b. 1874 Daniel GIBSON b. 1907 Daniel Christy GIBSON b. 1802 Dinah GIBSON b. 1864 Edward GIBSON b. 1838 Elizabeth GIBSON b. 1827 Elizabeth GIBSON b. 1863
Butts County Company B Franklin, William, Private, sept 25 1861. Gardner, Tilman, Private, Sept 25 Massey, William B. Private, Sept 25 1861, Died in Prison Camp Douglas Ill http://www.lofthouse.com/USA/ga/butts/30thcob.htm
Extractions: Hendricks Henry Captain Sept 25 1861 Promoted Major Dec 16 1862 Resigned Aug 30 1863 Roles Adam T. 1st Lt Sept 25 1861 Promoted Capt, Apr 30 1863 Wounded at Jackson MS Jul 16 1863 Moore David A. 2nd Lt Sept 25 1861 Promoted 1st Lt apr 30 1863 Andrews William 2nd Lt Sept 25 1861 resigned Apr 23 1862 Ham John G. S. 1st Sgt Sept 25 1861 Elected Jr. 2nd Lt May 1862 1st Lt June 5, 1863, Killed Jackson MS Jul 16 Goodman Aaron 2nd Sgt Sept 25 1861 Killed at Chickamauga Ga Sept 19 1863 Rowland James 3rd Sgt Sept 25 1861 Discharged May 13 1862 Henderson Anderson R. 4th Sgt sept 25 1861 Reduced to ranks May 13 1862 McKibben Martin V.B. 5th Sgt sept 25 1861 Promoted 1st Sgt May 13 1862, 2nd Lt Wounded at Chickamauga Sept 19 1863 Wallace John 1st Corporal Sept 25 1861 discharged May 23 1862 Illegible name illegible name 2nd Corpl Sept 25 1861 discharged May 13 1862, Reenlisted Drowned while on duty, Warsaw Channel, Brady John M. 3rd Corpl Sept 25 1861 Discharged May 13 1862, Reenlisted.
Female Pioneers To Dixie - "B" Surnames BEDFORD, Annis, 7 Oct 1833, Denholm ENG, JACKSON, James Jr. 1861, St. George BURGESS, Mary A. 8 Feb 1849, Salt Lake City UT, Gardner, William, by 1870 http://www.lofthouse.com/USA/Utah/washington/pioneers/fem-b.html
Extractions: WIFE BIRTH BIRTHPLACE HUSBAND TO DIXIE COMMUNITY BABBITT, Julia Ann 27 Dec 1849 Nauvoo IL JOHNSON, David William by 1870 Belvue/Pintura BADGER, Juliette C. 11 May 1842 Oxford, Oakland,MI CLAYTON, Mathew Pre 1870 St. George BAGLEY, Margaret M. 24 Jun 1852 Pottowatamie IA FLANIGAN, Thomas Emmett Rockville BAKER, Ann 9 Jan 1843 Withy Pool,Som ENG LANG, William St. George BAKER, Eliza Jane 3 Sep 1854 Bristol, Glocs, ENG JONES, Frederick Will Sr. St. George BAKER, Mary England BAKER, George St. George BALDWIN, Annie M. 28 Mar 1839 Birmingham,W. ENG LITTLE, James Amasa St. George BALDWIN, Hannah E. 4 Mar 1820 St George NB CAN CROSBY, Jessie Wentworth St. George BALL, Martha A. 15 Aug 1808 Abbeville,SC BLAIR, Seth Millington pre 1870 St. George BALL, Roseanna 26 Jul 1835 Burselem Engl SAWYER, Levi Sr. by 1870 Harmony BALLOU, Lillis 20 Apr 1805 Litchfield,Herk.NY BARNEY, Edison Marsh St. George BANKS, Margaret R. 20 Jan 1829 Canton Fult OH BLACK, William
RegBand.htm 9/21/1861. Also served in US Army Band. Dalton, William B. Musician. 10/16/1861.Merriam, Aaron W. Musician. Gardner, 28, musician; enl. and; must. 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.