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Ann Gardner

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Ann Gardner
Born in Stephentown, Rensselaer,New York, United Statesmap
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married in Stephentown, Rensselaer,New York, United Statesmap
Died in Stephentown, Rensselaer,New York, United Statesmap
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Biography

This biography was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import. It's a rough draft and needs to be edited.

Death

11 SEP 1840
Stephentown, Rensselaer,New York, United States[1]

User ID

ID: BE0D8E4C2EAF4974A006C997DEB4DBD284CD

FSFTID

KLGN-2FW

Data Changed

Changed:
15 JUL 2009

Prior to import, this record was last changed 15 JUL 2009.

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Note

Other early settlers in Stephentown, some of whom were among the first,( including Asa Douglas, father of presidential candidate and orator, Stephen Douglas) were men by the name of Moon, Rowland Hall, Dr. Nicholas Harris, and the Gardner brothers, Joshua, Caleb, Nathaniel, Benjamin and others; no more names given. Joshua Gardner in 1774 cut his way through the woods from the old "East Road" that passed from Lebanon Springs, up over the mountains to the place where he located. Ann Gardner was their sister.
The records are clear as to the coming to Stephentown of some Gardners who were brothers of Benjamin first mentioned and from these families numerous branches have gone forth.
In the research we have found the following names and official relations sustained to the government.
Assistant Justice of the Court.
George Gardner appointed by the Governor of New York, 1771.
Powell Gardner appointed by the Governor of New York, 1802. Powell Gardner succeeded himself for four terms and then at the close of a term of another appointee was re appointed and held the office till March, 1815, when William Gardner was appointed.
State Officers.
Stow Gardner was elected and entered upon the duties of the office of Attorney General December 8, 1853.
Representatives in the Assembly.
George Gardner, in 1811.
Field and Staff.
William L. Gardner, Adjutant.
Nathan B. Gardner, Lieutenant.
William Lamport Gardner, Ensign (Grenadiers).
Daniel Gardner was a prominent attorney, Rensselaer County, New York.
Railroad Lines.
The Troy and Stockbridge road, incorporated by act of legislature in 1836. Capital stock 6,000 shares, $50.00 each. Commissioners named in bill were Daniel Gardner and others, including Russel Sage.
We record the following as evidence of the aggressiveness and leadership characteristic of the family.
As a family, the Gardners have played a creditable part in the development of the new country, and the useful position it now occupies is testified to by the very considerable number of prominent and able members it includes." Gardner History and Genealogy, Authors: Lillian May and Charles Morris Gardner

LDS Baptism

Baptism:
27 AUG 2002
LOGAN

LDS Endowment

Endowment:
18 DEC 2004
OGDEN

LDS Sealing Child

Sealing Child:
8 FEB 2005
OGDEN

Burial

Harrington Family Cemetery, Black River District, Stephentown, New York, United States

Marriage

FAM
@I10360@
@I11500@
@I18072@
1794
Stephentown, Rensselaer,New York, United States[2]
Sealing Spouse:
24 MAR 2004
WASHI
FAM
@I11517@
@I11554@
@I11500@
11 NOV 1753
Exeter, Washington, Rhode Island, United States[3]
Sealing Spouse:
11 JUL 1997
BOUNT

Sources

  • Source: S190 Abbreviation: Vital Records of Rhode Island, Vol. 5, fiche #6046 Title: Vital Records of Rhode Island, Vol. 5, fiche #6046912 Subsequent Source Citation Format: Vital Records of Rhode Island, Vol. 5, fiche #6046912 BIBL Vital Records of Rhode Island, Vol. 5, fiche #6046912. TMPLT TID 0 FIELD Name: Footnote VALUE Vital Records of Rhode Island, Vol. 5, fiche #6046912 FIELD Name: ShortFootnote VALUE Vital Records of Rhode Island, Vol. 5, fiche #6046912 FIELD Name: Bibliography VALUE Vital Records of Rhode Island, Vol. 5, fiche #6046912.
  • Source: S224 Abbreviation: Ancestry File, IGI LDS Family History Center Title: Ancestry File, IGI LDS Family History Center Subsequent Source Citation Format: Ancestry File, IGI LDS Family History Center BIBL Ancestry File, IGI LDS Family History Center. TMPLT TID 0 FIELD Name: Footnote VALUE Ancestry File, IGI LDS Family History Center FIELD Name: ShortFootnote VALUE Ancestry File, IGI LDS Family History Center FIELD Name: Bibliography VALUE Ancestry File, IGI LDS Family History Center.
  • Source: S98 Abbreviation: Harrington Family Cemetery / Notation in Stephento Title: Harrington Family Cemetery / Notation in Stephentown History Museum Subsequent Source Citation Format: Harrington Family Cemetery / Notation in Stephentown History Museum BIBL Harrington Family Cemetery / Notation in Stephentown History Museum. TMPLT TID 0 FIELD Name: Footnote VALUE Harrington Family Cemetery / Notation in Stephentown History Museum FIELD Name: ShortFootnote VALUE Harrington Family Cemetery / Notation in Stephentown History Museum FIELD Name: Bibliography VALUE Harrington Family Cemetery / Notation in Stephentown History Museum.
  1. Source: #S98 TMPLT FIELD Name: Page
  2. Source: #S224 TMPLT FIELD Name: Page
  3. Source: #S190 TMPLT FIELD Name: Page

Acknowledgments

Thank you to Bobbie Bicknell for creating WikiTree profile Gardner-2794 through the import of ArthurBicknell Ancestor 2.ged on May 29, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Bobbie and others.









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