Elizabeth WHITE, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Bawle) White, and sister of the famous Rev. John White "Patriarch of Dorchester", was born about 1564, at Stanton St John, Oxfordshire, England. 
Elizabeth (White) Gardner was living on 1 Nov 1632, when her first husband, Thomas Gardner, made her the sole executrix of his will, and to inherit to sell some property, and keep other property for income, and to live at the Manor until their son Josiah reached 24 years of age. Elizabeth's first husband, Thomas Gardner, died about a year after making his will, 27 Nov 1633.
Elizabeth (White) Gardner, a widow, was living in 1637 when her sister Mary left her thirty shillings in her will.
Elizabeth (White) (Gardner) Allen was living on 29 March 1648, when her brother, Rev. John White, left her twenty shillings in his will.
Elizabeth (White) (Gardner) Allen was living on 20 Jan 1650/1, when her eldest son Josiah Gardner named her in his will.
Marriages and Children
Elizabeth White married twice, first to Thomas Gardner of "Little Bourton in Cropredy Oxon (near Banbury)" a yeoman by whom she had seven children. They were married before 1616, when her father wrote his will making his daughter Elizabeth Gardner one of his beneficiaries.
After the death of her 1st husband, Thomas Gardner, she married ____ Allen.  She was a widow in 1637, when her sister Mary (White) Terry named her "Elizabeth Gardner" in her will.
Josiah Gardner (d. 1656) Although he directly inherited the Manor house together with all its outbuildings garden, orchard, stables etc in 1633 from his father, his mother had a right to live in the house until her sons reached the age of 24. He married Amy Williams in Dorchester at Holy Trinity Church on 26 Mar 1640 and wrote his will on 20th Jan 1650/1 as he was about to embark on a perilous journey to the West Indies. His will was proved 20 Aug 1656, possibly he died in the West Indies or on the journey there. 
Hannah Gardner m. Christopher French Jan 5 1630 Banbury, Oxon, 2nd m. Mr. Gregory
Katherine Gardner, m. Mr John Casper Hopff on 17 June 1633, "probably in St Peters Church, Dorchester", Dorset, England 
Mary Gardner married Mr. Kingston
Martha Gardner married Michael Deny/Denny
Undocumented and Erroneous
Death 29 MAR 1648 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts
Also found Died March 29, 1648 in Little Bourton, Croperdy, Oxfordshire, England
Burial Gardner, Salem, Massachusetts
NOTE for #1 and #2 - Elizabeth Gardner Allen was living on 20 Jan 1650/1
NOTE for #2 - IF she was living at Little Bourton when she died, it was not at the Manor:
a. by the terms of her 1st husband's will she had possession of the manor only until their eldest son Josiah reached twenty-four years of age, and she remarried
b. the manor was not included in her eldest son's will dated 20 Jan 1650/1
NOTE for #1 and #3 - IF she were buried in Massachusetts, it would be under her current name of Allen, not Gardner. Dellinger-332
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