Gardner Cemetery Transcription Gardner CEMETERY. Wheatland, Hickory County, MO From Wheatland, 1936 EdgarLamar 87-1901 1-14-1951 William C 8-18-1891 7-16-1963 MO Sgt Co B Mil Pol Bn http://www.looktothepast.com/index28.html
Hubbard Soldiers 2 Victoria Hubbard b July 15, 1861 in Bibb County, Alabama d December 17, 1949in Chilton 1 William Davis Hubbard b January 07, 1835 in Bibb County, 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:
The Farthest Promised Land 86 BOND Eli Thomas s of John Sarah Anne, b 1861 234 BOND Job Lamberhurst, 167 HITCHCOX Mrs m of William (Itchington), a widow in 1871 167 HITCHCOX http://home.st.net.au/~ailsa/thefarthestpromisedland.htm
Extractions: The following names are indexed from "The Farthest Promised Land" by Professor Rollo Arnold of Victoria University, Wellington. This is a study of the English villagers who were a major element in the assisted immigration of the 1870s. Chapter 2 of this book is an excellent summary of the depressed condition of English agricultural workers by 1870. Indexed by Mike Foster, Wellington, 1993 I have my own copy of the book and can supply additional information on many of the people who are mentioned. *BRAGDEN, William - in reference from descendants the name is spelt incorrectly.
GARNER FAMILY Genealogy Sarah Margaret Garner4 (b ca 1861) m William H. LOCKE (b ca 1855 KY) on 14 Oct 1879.Rachel Ann Garner3 (3 Feb 183720 April 1923) m. http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~sturm/garner.htm
Extractions: GARNER FAMILY GENEALOGY A genealogy of the Garner family from Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin and Iowa. A joint project with research contributions by Greg Garner, Linda Bowser, Rich Langley, Larry Lien, Bob Wood and Carrie Beth Lowe among others (see list below), prepared and updated by Harlan Sturm. See also Rich Langley's Garner Web Pages . Note: generations are numbered. Please send corrections and/or queries. Partial List of Contributors: (highlighted takes you to their place in the genealogy pages) Cecil Ballentine , in California; Bob and Nikki Woods, in Spokane; Larry Lien , in Minnesota; Rich Langley , in Indiana; Carrie Beth Lowe , in Tennessee; Greg Garner , in Wisconsin; Darrell Garner also in Wisconsin; Nolan Barney in Utah; Shirley Ricketts in Illinois; Ken Wilkinson, in Oregon; Deanna Arbuckle in Ohio; Shelly Cone Brandstorm, Minnesota; Gene Nowak in South Carolina; Sheila Larson in Illinois. More recently Randy Kovars and Lois Dickenson (Nebraska). Linda Bowser is in Colorado;
Peabody Families Before 1920 M - S 1. Lettie HIMBAUGH m.2. Lucy E. DuBOIS, Margaret b. 1861 m. Ed HUNT William B.KELLER, Hugh b. 1892 m. Ola Smith Information from Jeffrey Nonken s Web http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/marion/Peabodym.html
Extractions: Find YourSelf Selfs in the United States, page 4 Do you have ancestors or relatives that you can't locate? This is where others can help you in your personal family history search as well as contribute information to the Self Family genealogy. Please direct your inquiry to Webmaster and provide the following information: The name of the person you'd like to find The county/state where this person lived The approximate time period when this person lived Permission to use your name and e-mail address Please restrict your questions to those named Self or their direct descendants. Cousin Peggy is looking for the ancestry of Henry Self who m. Elizabeth Allen. One of their sons, Richard Allen or Allen R. Self, was born 1813 in Bledsoe, TN, married Nancy Holloway, and lived in Blount County, AL. Please contact Webmaster Cousin Mildred is the descendant of George Self, born in Ireland, who m. Sarah Crowder. They had a daughter named Lou Ellen, b. Aug. 9, 1836location unknownand d. Feb. 15, 1907 in Sandy Mush, NC. Lou Ellen m. Thomas Cummings DeBord on Sept. 4, 1870 in NC and had two sons: Thomas Henry DeBord (b. Oct. 10, 1875 in Madison County, NC and d. Nov. 27, 1952 in Whittier, Swain County, NC); and William S. DeBord, b. Mar. 17, 1878. If you have a clue as to the ancestry of George Self and his family in Ireland, please contact Webmaster Barry Self Cousin Sonja's great great grandfather, James William Self, was born in 1877. His son, Romie Ruffin Self, born 1897, m. Hazel Carter and had a son named Romie Dale Self, b. 1917 in either Cleveland or Rutherford County, NC. Romie Dale Self m. Nellie Rose Black. Their son Harvey Dale Self (b. 1937) m. Eddis Rebecca Byers. If you have information on the ancestry of John Self, please contact
Austlit Public Author Browse Gardner, Silvana (birth name Kerstich, Silvana Caterina ) (aka Gardner, SilvanaKerstich; Gardner, Garner, Bill (aka Garner, William Vivian Nigel ) b. http://www.austlit.edu.au/run?ex=AgentIndex&s=G
Mount View Cemetery Records - G 1863 d. 1930 Wife of William A. William A. b. 1863 d. 1931 Husb. of Mary L. Jacob d. 1878 age 62yr 6mo Zillah B. b. 1861 d. 1903 Wife of Jacob http://www.oleanlibrary.org/cemetery/mvcemetery_g.html
Extractions: The following records for Mount View Cemetery have been compiled from three sources: A typed record from 1947 on microfilm at the LDS library, a DAR list compiled by walking through the cemetery and writing down tomb stone markings and a cemetery list from Oak Lawn Cemetery. (Oak Lawn Cemetery was the first cemetery in Olean. All burials before 1900 would have been there. Since the area around Oak Lawn had become residential by the 1890's and the cemetery was in poor condition, all graves were removed to the then new Mount View Cemetery in 1906.) All three cemeteries had similar listings, but each had records that the other did not, so combined this list seems to be more extensive. Any corrections or notations would gladly be accepted. The hard copy is housed with the Olean Historical and Preservation Society where the rest of the alphabet is currently being copied for use on the computer.
Canadian Medical Editors Gardner, William (1845 1926) Title 1. Garneau, Jean Title 1. Gibson, David Title 1 Slayter, William B. (1841 - 1898) Title 1 http://www.health.library.mcgill.ca/osler/canjournals/Medical-Editors.htm
Extractions: Bibliography Discography Anthony [Anton] Philip Heinrich (b. 11 March 1781 in Shonbuchel, Bohemia; d. 3 May 1861 in New York, NY), America's self-proclaimed loghouse composer , first came to America in 1805, settling in Philadelphia, after his wife died in 1814. He later moved to Kentucky, in Louisville, and later to Bardstown. He went to London in 1827 and returned to America by 1832. He then returned to Europe in 1834. He returned to America in 1838 and worked in and around New York from then until 1861. He was called the Beethoven of America in 1823 by the Boston writer John Rowe Parker. He had a daughter named Antonia. Read contemporary comments about Heinrich by John Hill Hewitt. A major source for Heinrich's music is Kallisti Music Press . A 1996 reprint edition of The Sylviad: or, Minstrelsy of Nature in the Wilds of North America prepared, with an Introduction by J. Bunker Clark , is available from Conners Publications of Wisconsin, ISBN 0-965432-0-8 A 1972 reprint edition, in one volume, of The Dawning of Music and The Western Minstrel has been published by Da Capo Press of New York, in their Early American Music Series, Volume 10, ISBN 0-306-77310-4. It has an Introduction by H. Wiley Hitchcock.
A GARNER GENEALOGY AND FAMILY HISTORY Francis Marion William Adam John Anderson Molly E. Edythe Josephine HEWETT TheRoster of Confederate Soldiers 18611865, Janet B. Hewett (Broadfoot http://www.unf.edu/~jgarner/garnergeneaology.html
Extractions: A GARNER GENEALOGY AND FAMILY HISTORY Prepared by: James Luther Garner, Ph. D. 1713 River Oaks Road Jacksonville, FL 32207 Telephone (904) 398-2967 home (904) 620-2743 office Fax (904) 620-3885 Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Homepage http://www.unf.edu/~jgarner This genealogy is listed on the internet on GENSERV as a GEDCOM file and on my homepage. April 2001 Richard Gardiner (May 29, 1592 England-c1648 St. Marys, MD) Or Thomas Garner Or Richard Garner m Elizabeth Hame (1595 England- ? St. Marys, MD) m Mary Lacye m Katharn? Mary Richard Jone Elizabeth Luke Juliana John Garner (1633 England-1702 Va) Roger Bennett Richard Luslick Elizabeth Haddon m Susanna Keene (? Kent Isle, MD - c1716) John Henry Vincent Thomas Parish Benjamin James Mary Susan Martha Jane Joyce Catharine Bradley? Martha ? Mary Bushnell Elizabeth Parker (never married) Mary ? Will. Price Will. Lewis John Thomas Vincent Parish Charles James Susanna Jane Bangar Mary ? Jemima Williams Margaret Sturdy Ann Darnell Elizabeth Freeman Thomas Seddon Joseph Jale Elizabeth Ann Charles Presley Sally (Sarah) Orr (Dodd) (never married) ? Robbins Jacob Burgess Hannah ? Margaret Hinson
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1861-1865 H. Palmer, FM Parker, Cornelius Joseph Parsons, Lewis B. Parsons, S. Parsons, John Reynolds, Robert Reynolds, William D, Richards, C,B. Richardson, http://www.wvculture.org/history/ag/misccorr61-65.html
Extractions: Box 31 In addition to official military matters many of these letters cover civilian complaints, regimental and militia situations, war claims, business transactions, soldier compensation, recommendations, Confederate activities, etc. - most of the letters are composed by the name assigned although a few are about the person listed and/or written or signed by such persons as an attorney or agent - the number following some names represents the total letters in that file - no number following a name indicates only one item. Union Regiments
Family Database - Name Index 12 William b. 14 Jan 1814, d. 17 May 1887 1861 Mary Catherine b. 1817, d.1896 Mary E b. 3 Sep 1874, d. 2 Nov 1878 Mary Elizabeth b. 26 Jul 1872, d. http://alvyray.com/Family/dag/all-p/i12.htm
Extractions: THIRTY-FIVE YEARS IN CHICKASAW COUNTY OFFICES CHICKASAW IN FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT In 1863 Chickasaw County was made a part of the Fourth Congressional District, and for the first time elected a representative in Congress. The first representative elected in the district was Josiah B. Grinnell. He was a member of the 38th Congress, serving from 1863 to 1865. Only Chickasaw county candidate elected L. H. Weller of Nashua represented the district from 1883 to 1885 and was elected on the National Ticket. STATE SENATORS The first state senator, representing Chickasaw County in the General Assembly was elected in 1856. The candidates were Jeremiah T. Atkinson and William Pattee. Atkinson was elected and served from 1856 to 1859. In the election of 1860 the candidates were J. H. Powers and Moses Conger. Powers was elected and took his seat in the extra session of the Legislature, called by the governor on account of the Civil war. After the adjournment of this session Senator Powers enlisted in the army, and he rendered valiant service for his county as captain of the Ninth Iowa Infantry.
Extractions: Surnames from landed families born before 1400 are often (not always) preceeded by either "de", "di", "l'", "la", "le", or "of" in the Index (i.e. "de Vere" instead of "Vere", and found under "D" rather than "V"). "The providence of God, which keeps up the generations of men, and so preserves that degenerate race, though guilty and obnoxious, in being upon earth. How easily could He cut it off without either a deluge or a conflagration! Were but all the children of men childless, as some are, and in a few years the earth will be eased of the burden under which it groans; but the divine patience lets the trees that cumber the ground not only grow, but propagate. As one generation, even of sinful men, passes away, another comes (Eccl 1:4; Num 32:14), and will do so while the earth remains. Destroy it not, for a blessing is in it." Matthew Henry
East Branch Cemetery - Delaware County, NY RIGHT SECTION PHILLIPS, Elmer, Husband b Sept 19, 1911 d Feb 15, Daniel C.1899 1972 Gardner, William W. 1864 - 1945 Lavina BOYD 1874 - 1950 BOYD, http://www.dcnyhistory.org/cemeastbranchrita.html
Extractions: Delaware County, NY - Genealogy and History Site EAST BRANCH CEMETERY Located to the left of the Methodist Church Town of Hancock, Delaware County, NY Cemetery catalogued and submitted by Rita R. Finkle, June 15, 2001 REAR SECTION: RIGHT SECTION CENTER SECTION LEFT SECTION Welcome Page of the Delaware County NY Genealogy and History Site This website is held in trust by Joyce Riedinger for the use of all Delaware County Researchers
16infcof CARR, William B. Pvt Enl 12 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Present 31 Aug 1862.CASTLEBERRY, HENRY Pvt - Enl 29 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. http://www.couchgenweb.com/civilwar/16infcof.html
Extractions: CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA ADAIR, HARRISON Pvt - Enl 19 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Killed 3 Oct 1862 at Corinth, MS. ADAIR, JAMES Pvt - Enl 19 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Sent sick to Jasper, AR. 11 Jan 1862. ADAIR, WILLIAM Sgt - Enl 10 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR . Captured 9 Jul 1863 and paroled 11-12 Jul 1863 at Port Hudson, LA. AKIN, D.J. Cpl - Enl 29 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Captured 9 Jul 1863 and paroled 11-12 Jul 1863 at Port Hudson, LA. AKINS, THOMAS M. Pvt - See 36th Inf. - Enl 29 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Absent sick with leave since 24 Mar 1862. ALEXANDER, G.W. Pvt - Enl 12 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Discharged 19 Feb 1863. ALEXANDER, JOSEPH Pvt - Enl 12 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Discharged 17 May 1862. BACON, T.C. Pvt - Enl 29 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Appointed 1Lt 29 Oct 1961. Discharged 15 Jun 1862. BARTLETT, MERRICK Pvt - Enl 12 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Captured at Pea Ridge, AR 8 Mar 1862 and exchanged 17 May 1862. Ambulance driver May 1863 at Port Hudson, LA. . Captured 9 Jul 1863 and paroled 11-12 Jul 1863 at Port Hudson, LA. BARTLETT, WILLIS G. Pvt -Enl 22 Nov 1861 at Carrollton, AR. Died 27 Feb 1862 at Boston Mountain, AR.
Desha Battn Gardner, WH Gardner, William JR. GARRION, EZEKIEL GILBERT, JAMES GILFORD, CH HARRIS, William HARRISON, FM HARVEY, B. HAUN, JW HAYES, William HERNDON, EH http://www.couchgenweb.com/civilwar/deshabn.htm
Extractions: ARKANSAS MILITIA Microcopy 317, Roll #249 A copy of a letter dated Laconia, (AR) Nov 28, 1861, attached to the roll is addressed to Gov. H.M. Rector, Commander in Chief, Arkansas Militia, b T. C. Fluornoy, Col. C.D.C.M. and it shows that the Court of Desha County, Ark in accordance with an ordinance of the State Convention passed in June 1861, organized the militia of the county according to the following plan: The county was divided into military districts (believed to be 13) and a company ordered to be organized in each district. This was done in July 1861 and all the officers of the battalion were commissioned from the County Court. If the emergency arises, which may require the services of the Desha County Battalion to the field, a call will be promptly responded to. Roll endorsed,Compared with original paper No. 3379, filed at Executive Office, Little Rock, Ark. The record of each man consists of one reference envelope and one muster card (except as noted below. The muster card indicates the place of enlistment as Laconia and the date of enlistment as Nov 28, 1861. A military district is also indicated. No rank is indicated except for officers. ADAMS, T.G.