Rhoda Carolina Ussery And Marmaduke Gardner William Green; Tabitha Gardner b. 14 May 1836 Clarke Co., MS, d 28 Aug 1908. In 1861 he visited the one, lone Universalist meeting house, in Troy, http://www.geocities.com/~cindycasey/rhodauss.htm
PCGS - INDEX TO MARRIAGES 1852-1869 J. Purcell Mary Ann 1867 Folsom Fannon Michael Brogan MAF 1861 El Dorado Co. Gardner Mary Jane Banta CD 1875 Roseville Gardner William H. Holt Jane 1873 http://www.pcgenes.com/pcgsmek.html
Extractions: From the Placer Herald Newspaper, Auburn, California Extracted and indexed by Roscoe Ashton, Jan Catalano, Annabelle Chandler, Harry Grady, Henrietta Gustka, Barbara Leak, Louise Pilger, and Rita Santos. Copies of marriage notices from the Placer Herald may be obtained by writing to: Placer County Genealogical Society Auburn, CA 95604-7385 Search fee: $5.00 for first notice, $3.00 each additional notice ordered at the same time. Send name of bride, name of groom, and year of marriage from this index. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope (SASE). Name of bride, name of groom, and full date and place of marriage are usually given in the newspaper notices. Please allow at least 4 weeks for a reply to your request. INDEX TO MARRIAGES 1852-1885 Placer County Genealogical Society Auburn, CA 95604-7385 Search fee: $5.00 for first notice, $3.00 each additional notice ordered at the same time. Send name of bride, name of groom, and year of marriage from this index. Please include a self-adressed, stamped envelope (SASE). Name of bride, name of groom, and full date and place of marriage are usually given in the newspaper notices. Visitors to this page.
Adj. Gen. 17 Reg. Inf. Index Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kansas, Vol. 1. 1861-1865. Gardiner, Pinckney D. B Gardner, William E Gerner, Edward A http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/archives/statewide/military/civilwar/adjutant/17
Extractions: Extracted from Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kansas, 1861-1865. Vol. 1. (Reprinted by Authority) Topeka, Kansas: The Kansas State Printing Company. 1896. Return to Volume 1 (Reprint) Index. Some names appear more than one time in the same listing. The letter(s) following the name indicate the regiment and how many times the name appears, and are a link to the extractions of the regiment listing. Since the names are not in alphabetical order in the listing, you will probably want to use your browser's "find" command to locate the surname on the web page. Ackley, J. H. A
Guernsey Butchers : Gardner William Gardner ( 1784 ? ) married Jane CLARKE Albert Gardner holds Stall12 in 1845. By 1861, Albert had moved to Stall 7. John Gardner holds Stalls http://history.foote-family.com/butchers/b-gardner.htm
Extractions: Introduction Butchers Contact What's New ? ... Search At the marriage of James BASKFILL and Ann GARDNER in St Peter Port in 1795, Ann was said to be the daughter of Samuel GARDNER of Lyme, Dorset. She was in fact the daughter of Samuel GARDNER and Rosanna VINCENT (?-1815) of Uplyme in Devon. It is not clear precisely when Samuel and Rosanna migrated to Guernsey, but it would have been some time between the birth of their son William in Uplyme in 1784 and the marriage of their eldest daughter Ann in Guernsey in 1795. In 1783 they were returned to Uplyme, their home parish, by the overseers of the poor for Lyme Regis - so they must have hit hard times there - which may explain why they emigrated to Guernsey. Samuel GARDNER married Rosanna VINCENT Frances GARDNER ( 1775 - ? ) Ann GARDNER ( 1777 - 1858 ) married James BASKFILL Sylvia GARDNER ( 1779 - ? ) married Oliver BARBER John GARDNER ( 1782 - 1837 ) married Ann CAIRE John Baskfill GARDNER ( 1805 - 1887 ) married Elizabeth WEBBER Louise Marguerite GARDNER ( 1828 - ? )
G7-John Gardner/Garnett Genealogy ELLA GERTRUDE Gardner, b. June 1861; Census 1870 a. 9; 1880 a. 19, b. MA says . William HENRY Gardner, b. August 09, 1858, Charlestown, Suffolk, http://hometown.aol.com/Gardner476/John7.html
Extractions: Generation 7 Generation 1 - 2 Generation 3 Generation 4 Generation 5 ... Generation 10 GARDNER (ANSEL6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4-3-2-1) b. abt. 1816 in ME; Census: 1850 a. 34, b. ME, farmer; 1860 a. 44, b. ME, farmer; 1880 a. 64, b. ME (Src: LDS), and d. Oct. 20, 1905 (Src: LDS). He m. MARY JANE LEIGHTON (Src: LDS). She b. abt. 1817, Census: 1850 a. 33, b. ME (Mary J.); 1860 a. 40, b. ME; 1880 a. 60, b. ME (Jane). Census: 1850-1860, 1880 res. Dixmont, Penobscot, ME Child of IRA GARDNER and MARY LEIGHTON is: i. CHARLES GARDNER, b. abt. 1846, Census: 1850 a. 4, b. ME (Charles O. or C.); 1860 a. 14, b. ME (Charles G.); not finding him on 1880. GARDNER (ANSEL6, JONATHAN5, JOHN4-3-2-1) b. abt. 1823, Census: 1850 a. 27b. ME; 1860 a. 36, b. ME; 1870 a. 46, b. ME, farmer (under Benjam). He m. MARY. She b. abt. 1830, Census: 1850 a. 20, b. ME; 1860 a. 28, b. ME; 1870 a. 37, b. ME (Mary J.). Census: 1850-1870 res. Dixmont, Penobscot, ME Children of BENJAMIN GARDNER and MARY are: i. BRADFORD GARDNER, b. abt. 1850, Census: 1860 a. 9, b. ME (Bradford P.); 1870 a. 16, b. ME; 1880 a. 30, b. ME, farmer; m. LILLIAN; Census: 1880 a. 28, b. ME.
THE LAMAR RANGERS On 1 Sep 1861, William BRAILSFORD succeeded Captain Lamar as commander of the William J. Gardner. William GILL. John Israel HEIDT enlisted in Captain 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. A great number of the troopers in this company were from Thomas County, Georgia. 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
Extractions: Introduction, Official Records, 1861 Navy Index United State Official Register 1861 NAVAL LIST - Captains ACTIVE LIST Sorted by Duty or Station Last Name First Born Appointed from Blockading Squadron North Atlantic - Commander Goldsborough L. M. Dist. Columbia Dist. Columbia Blockading Squadron South Atlantic - Commander DuPont Samuel F. New Jersey Delaware Boston Navy Yard - Commandant Hudson William L. New York New York Colorado - Steam Frigate - Commanding Bailey Theodorus New York New York Cumberland - Sloop - Commanding Marston John Massachusetts Massachusetts East India Squadron - On his way to command Engle Frederick Pennsylvania Pennsylvania East India Squadron - On return from Stribling C. K. South Carolina South Carolina Gunboat construction - Superintendent Gregory Francis H. Connecticut Connecticut Hartford - Steam Sloop - Commanding Lowndes Charles Maryland Maryland Lancaster - Steam Sloop - Commanding Rudd John Rhode Island Virginia Lancaster - under orders to command Hoff Henry K.
U S. Navy Officers, 1861, Sorted By Birthplace Maryland. Gardner. William H. Mare Island Navy Yard Cal. Command t. Maryland Francis B. RR Cuyler - Steamer - Commanding. New York. Hudson. William L. 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.
Civil War Veterans' Card File, 1861-1866 Indexes Gardner, Richard Gardner, William Gardner, William - Garhart, Charles Garhart, Ferdinand - Garland, John Goches, Fred k L. - Goddard, William B. http://www.digitalarchives.state.pa.us/archive.asp?view=ArchiveIndexes&ArchiveID
Hart Co Births 1125-1852 Poor, Slave Martha William B Poor 11-7-1861 Poor, Sophronia WilliamE Cynthia Gardner Poor (NS) (Green-Larue) http://www.feenerty.com/hartcogenealogy/archives/births.htm
Extractions: South side of the Ridge Road (Rt#104) and West of Quaker Road. Earlist burial was 1807. Records are held by the Association. A Niagara County Veterans plot is on the grounds. Cemetery is in good condition and accepting new burials. This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 91. Contributor's Index: Aston, Elsie (Whitehead), b. 1 Sep 1904, d. 31 Mar 1966, w/o William Ashton, [JG]
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BerksFHS Birth Briefs Surname Index 1603, Gardner, William, b 1814. 4660* (E), GARLAND, Alice Maud Mary 447* (E),GINGELL, William Benjamin, b abt.1835 WIL, m 1861 LAN, d 1869 BRK http://www.berksfhs.org.uk/birthbriefs/birthbriefs-gagn.htm
Extractions: If a year is given as .... then the person may still be alive. In the Event columns: b=born, bap=baptised/christened, m= married, d=died, bur=buried, cre=cremated. Counties are given as 3 letter Chapman Codes. Some are not be correct. BBid Name Event GABBEY, Ellinor bap 1784 BRK, m 1810, d 1870 SOM 1167* (E) GABLE, Emma b 1837 KEN GABY, William b abt.1752, d 1824 5481* (E) GADD, Ann b 1818, d 1893 GADD, Ethel Louisa d 1962 MDX GADFREY, Mary b 1783 BRK, m 1809 BRK 505* (E) GADSDON, Benjamin b 1819, m 1853 ESS, d 1881 MDX 505* (E) GADSDON, Ernest George b 1855 MDX, m 1882 SRY, d 1940 MDX 505* (E) GADSDON, Mary b 1884 MDX, m MDX, d 1938 SRY 505* (E) GADSDON, Richard
UW Regents 1861 - 2004 Regents 18612004. A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Gardner, Beatrice 1952-1958 Gates, Mary M. 1975-1993 Gates, William H. http://www.washington.edu/regents/aboutregents/allmembers.html
Company C - 25th Alabama Infantry Gardner, William H., 2nd Lieutenant. Gardner, Thomas T., captured at Nashville, Milstead, William F., died of disease 11/16/1861 at Ft. Gaines hospital. http://www.datasync.com/~jtaylor/25alic.htm
Extractions: 25th Alabama Infantry - Company C Barrett, B.G. Baxley, James M., took Oath of Allegiance at Louisville, KY on 11/16/1864 and was paroled "north of the Ohio River" for the duration of the War, however he was captured 12/6/1864 near Nashville. He died 1/28/1865 of "exhaustion" caused by the amputation of his left thigh. buried City Cemetery, Nashville, TN grave #11695. Identified as John Baxley, age 18. Survived by Harriett Baxley, Columbia, Shelby County, AL Baxley (archived records say Boxley), W. D., died 1/23/1863 of wounds received 12/30/1962 at Murfreesboro. Survived by Latitia Baxley Brady, M.H., discharged 1/31/1862 Breyno, T. Brignan, Thomas Burns, Robert, died at Madison College Hospital, Atlanta, GA on 12/16/1863. Busby, George W., captured 5/30/1862 near Corinth, MS Cherry, John W., died 4/24/1863 at Academy Hospital, Chattanooga, TN of rubella Comer, Christopher C., Corporal, discharged for diasbility 7/2/1862 Crawford, Henry C. Cromwell, Wiley B., captured at Missionary Ridge, TN 11/25/1863 Day, Charles N.
Extractions: Gabler-Gardner Bride or Groom Spouse Vol. Page Year GABLER, Homer Esther CRAWFORD GADDUM, Ida George H. FULLER GAFFIELD, Elgie B. Clara A. DIAMOND GAFFNEY, Agnes M. Lewis H. GEHRINGER GAFFNEY, Edward Maggie OFARRELL GAFFNEY, Stephen Agnes KELLEY GAFFNEY, Thomas Anna BERGIN GAFFNEY, Wm. J. Mary GEHRINGER GAFNEY, Delbert J. Frances SMITH GAGE, Alva Wait Ella E. DEVERAUX GAGE, Clay W. Carrie PHELPS GAGE, Ellen M. Isaac E. ANDERSON GAGE, Elmer E. Cora M. AVIS GAGE, Jarvis Lee Esther C. BABCOCK GAGE, Lemirce M. James W. EDGAR GAGE, Lorinda Cyman LELAND GAGE, Sarah Ann Henry SMITH GAGE, Una R. Will D. KIMBALL GALATIAN, Sarah Frederick A. WESTFALL GALATION, Hunter B. Emma SAWYER GALBRAITH, Lena B. Harry D. BRADLEY GALBREATH, Chas. Agnes M. BALL GALBREATH, Dorothy P. Lawrence A. RIGGS GALBREATH, Harold C. Lena L. RICE GALBREATH, Leonard Faye HELVIE GALBREATH, Ralph Beryl WORDEN GALE, Ida Lewis W. HATT GALE, Lanny A. Robert H. BARTON GALE, Lanny A. Robert H. BARTON GALE, Mae Fred J. STEINER GALE, Mary Ann T. I. ALLEN GALE, Theodore Laura A. BEARDSLEY GALHORN, Athe B. William W. STEEL
Elliott Cut-Off, GARDNER-GRUBBS *Gardner, William P. b. 1834, St. Joseph Co., Ind.; DLC No. Joseph Mayberry -b. 17 Jan. 1838; m. Susan G. Mearns, 23 Aug. 1861; went to Grande Ronde 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."
Extractions: Note: At this time the search/retrieve function is not fully functional. We have temporarily made searching available through the use of CTRL-F or Find function with the Web browser. REPORTS OF CHIEFS OF BUREAUS. List of deaths in the navy, as ascertained at the department, since December Captains. Commanders. Lieutenants. Surgeon. Passed assistant surgeon. Assistant surgeons. Paymasters. Chief engineer. Third assistant engineer. Boatswains. Gunners. Carpenters. Sailmakers. * Last heard from, September 18, 1860; regarded as lost, June 30, 1861. List of resignations in the navy since December 1, 1860. CAPTAINS. COMMANDERS. LIEUTENANTS. List of resignations in the navy-Continued. LIEUTENANTS-Continued. SURGEONS. PASSED ASSISTANT SURGEONS. ASSISTANT SURGEONS. List of resignations in the navy-Continued. PAYMASTERS. CHAPLAIN. CHIEF ENGINEER. MASTERS NOT IN LINE OF PROMOTION. MASTERS IN LINE OF PROMOTION. MIDSHIPMEN, GRADUATES. ACTING MIDSHIPMEN. ACTING MIDSHIPMEN-Continued. List of resignations in the navy-Continued. ACTING MIDSHIPMEN-Continued. CARPENTERS.