Can you help unravel a mess of "Martin Gardners" in early Virginia and Bertie County, North Carolina?

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  Grocer-1:  From the source material, it appears that this person, named Gardiner, NOT "Grocer," is more than likely the father of Gardner-156 / Gardner- 229 (the two ought to be merged).  There is also a lot of difficulty with (Martin) Gardner-3286, who also appears to have lived in Middlesex County, Virginia at the same time.  It is not going to be easy to sort all of this out, as previous genealogists have done a too great job of conflating all the Martin Gardners of early Virginia and Bertie County, North Carolina. There are likely more profiles involved, involving the period between 1625 and 1760 in the places tagged.  If you have information on these profiles, please feel free to weigh in, and let's get this sorted out.  Thanks, Dan Sparkman - 319

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