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    1. [GARDNER] WORSHAM - GARDNER Family Photograph
    2. Shelley Cardiel
    3. I've "rescued" an old photograph of Claud and Walter WORSHAM which was taken at the J. J. Pierson Studio sometime in the 1880's. Claud and Walter appear to be about 5-10 years old at the time the photograph was taken. A note on the back is written to Joseph C. WINGFIELD from Lucy which says "These are the pictures of my two little boys, Claud and Walter WORSHAM" and "From Your Sister Lucy, Trusting in Jesus" and "Write and tell me if you got them". Based on limited research I was able to locate the following information regarding these boys and their family: Claude or Claud Robert WORSHAM was b. 18 Dec 1879 in Malheur, OR to parents Robert William WORSHAM (1839-1914) and Lucy E. WINGFIELD (b. 11 Dec 1842 in Charleston, KY-d. 7 Jul 1923 in Malheur City, OR- dau of Joseph T. WINGFIELD and Hannah M. KNAPP). Claude was one of 8 children born to this couple including, Adelbert or Delbert W.; Florence Emmarine (married WOODCOCK); James T.; Laura; David Knapp; Charles; Claude or Claud Robert; and Walter Nicholas WORSHAM, all born between 1862 and 1884. Claude married Lora GARDNER (1877-1967) and together they had two children including Mildred WORSHAM (1904-1973) and Orville Hiram WORSHAM (1908-1965). Claude died 19 Dec 1950 and is buried in the Canyon Hill Cemetery in Caldwell, ID. His brother Walter Nicholas WORSHAM was b. 30 Sept 1884 in Malheur, OR and married twice, first to Maybelle YOUNGER (1890-1906) and second to Irene BOWMAN (1882-1978). Walter died 26 Mar 1963 in Baker City, OR. Census records provide the following details: 1850 census of Clackamas, OR Territory: Joseph T. WINGFIELD, age 43, a Farmer, born VA Hannah WINGFIELD, age 36, born CT Augusta WINGFIELD, age 16, born VA George WINGFIELD, age 14, born VA Jane WINGFIELD, age 11, born MO Lucy WINGFIELD, age 9, born MO Henrietta WINGFIELD, age 7, born MO Joseph WINGFIELD, age 3, born OR 1860 census of Beaver Creek, OR: Joseph T. WINGFIELD, age 52, a Farmer, born VA Lucy E. WINGFIELD, age 16, born MO Joseph C. WINGFIELD, age 12, born OR Hannah M. WINGFIELD, age 10, born OR 1900 census of Malheur, OR: Robert WORSHAM, age 61, born Apr 1839, married 39 years, born KY, parents born KY, a Gold Miner Lucy E. WORSHAM, wife, age 57, born Dec 1842, married 39 years, 8 children/5 living, born MO, parents born VA/NY Claud R. WORSHAM, son, age 20, born Dec 1879, born OR, a Day Laborer Walter N. WORSHAM, son, age 15, born Sept 1884, born OR, at School + 1 Boarder 1910 census of Malheur, OR: Claud R. WORSHAM, age 30, married 7 years, born OR, parents born KY/VA, a Farmer Laura WORSHAM, wife, age 32, married 7 years, 2 children/2 living, born OR, parents born IA/IL Mildred WORSHAM, dau, age 6, born OR Orville WORSHAM, son, age 2, born OR Vern GARDNER, nephew, age 14, born OR, parents born OR Alfred GARDNER, nephew, age 11, born OR, parents born OR + 3 Lodgers 1920 census of Baker, OR: Claud WORSHAM, age 40, born OR, parents born Unknown Lora WORSHAM, wife, age 40, born OR, parents born OR Mildred WORSHAM, dau, age 16, born OR Orville, WORSHAM, son, age 11, born OR 1920 census of Malheur, OR: Walter N. WORSHAM, age 35, born OR, parents born KY/MO, a Farmer Irene WORSHAM, wife, age 37, born OR, parents born MO/KY Lucy E. WORSHAM, mother, age 77, a widow, born MO, parents born VA/NY And living directly next door - David K. WORSHAM, age 47, born OR, parents born KY/MO, a Gold Miner 1930 census of Malheur, OR: Walter N. WORSHAM, age 45, married at age 22, born OR, parents born KY/MO, a Farmer Irene WORSHAM, wife, age 47, married at age 28, born OR, parents born MO/KY 1940 census of Caldwell, ID: Claude WORSHAM, age 60, born OR, a Pipe Fitter Lora WORSHAM, wife, age 62, born OR, a City Laundry Worker 1940 census of Malheur, OR: W. M. WORSHAM, age 55, born OR, a Farmer Irene WORSHAM, wife, age 58, born OR I'm hoping to locate someone from this family so that the photograph can be returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley

    03/08/2018 10:51:30
    1. [GARDNER] WORSHAM - GARDNER Family Photograph
    2. Shelley Cardiel
    3. I've "rescued" an old photograph of Claud and Walter WORSHAM which was taken at the J. J. Pierson Studio sometime in the 1880's. Claud and Walter appear to be about 5-10 years old at the time the photograph was taken. A note on the back is written to Joseph C. WINGFIELD from Lucy which says "These are the pictures of my two little boys, Claud and Walter WORSHAM" and "From Your Sister Lucy, Trusting in Jesus" and "Write and tell me if you got them". Based on limited research I was able to locate the following information regarding these boys and their family: Claude or Claud Robert WORSHAM was b. 18 Dec 1879 in Malheur, OR to parents Robert William WORSHAM (1839-1914) and Lucy E. WINGFIELD (b. 11 Dec 1842 in Charleston, KY-d. 7 Jul 1923 in Malheur City, OR- dau of Joseph T. WINGFIELD and Hannah M. KNAPP). Claude was one of 8 children born to this couple including, Adelbert or Delbert W.; Florence Emmarine (married WOODCOCK); James T.; Laura; David Knapp; Charles; Claude or Claud Robert; and Walter Nicholas WORSHAM, all born between 1862 and 1884. Claude married Lora GARDNER (1877-1967) and together they had two children including Mildred WORSHAM (1904-1973) and Orville Hiram WORSHAM (1908-1965). Claude died 19 Dec 1950 and is buried in the Canyon Hill Cemetery in Caldwell, ID. His brother Walter Nicholas WORSHAM was b. 30 Sept 1884 in Malheur, OR and married twice, first to Maybelle YOUNGER (1890-1906) and second to Irene BOWMAN (1882-1978). Walter died 26 Mar 1963 in Baker City, OR. Census records provide the following details: 1850 census of Clackamas, OR Territory: Joseph T. WINGFIELD, age 43, a Farmer, born VA Hannah WINGFIELD, age 36, born CT Augusta WINGFIELD, age 16, born VA George WINGFIELD, age 14, born VA Jane WINGFIELD, age 11, born MO Lucy WINGFIELD, age 9, born MO Henrietta WINGFIELD, age 7, born MO Joseph WINGFIELD, age 3, born OR 1860 census of Beaver Creek, OR: Joseph T. WINGFIELD, age 52, a Farmer, born VA Lucy E. WINGFIELD, age 16, born MO Joseph C. WINGFIELD, age 12, born OR Hannah M. WINGFIELD, age 10, born OR 1900 census of Malheur, OR: Robert WORSHAM, age 61, born Apr 1839, married 39 years, born KY, parents born KY, a Gold Miner Lucy E. WORSHAM, wife, age 57, born Dec 1842, married 39 years, 8 children/5 living, born MO, parents born VA/NY Claud R. WORSHAM, son, age 20, born Dec 1879, born OR, a Day Laborer Walter N. WORSHAM, son, age 15, born Sept 1884, born OR, at School + 1 Boarder 1910 census of Malheur, OR: Claud R. WORSHAM, age 30, married 7 years, born OR, parents born KY/VA, a Farmer Laura WORSHAM, wife, age 32, married 7 years, 2 children/2 living, born OR, parents born IA/IL Mildred WORSHAM, dau, age 6, born OR Orville WORSHAM, son, age 2, born OR Vern GARDNER, nephew, age 14, born OR, parents born OR Alfred GARDNER, nephew, age 11, born OR, parents born OR + 3 Lodgers 1920 census of Baker, OR: Claud WORSHAM, age 40, born OR, parents born Unknown Lora WORSHAM, wife, age 40, born OR, parents born OR Mildred WORSHAM, dau, age 16, born OR Orville, WORSHAM, son, age 11, born OR 1920 census of Malheur, OR: Walter N. WORSHAM, age 35, born OR, parents born KY/MO, a Farmer Irene WORSHAM, wife, age 37, born OR, parents born MO/KY Lucy E. WORSHAM, mother, age 77, a widow, born MO, parents born VA/NY And living directly next door - David K. WORSHAM, age 47, born OR, parents born KY/MO, a Gold Miner 1930 census of Malheur, OR: Walter N. WORSHAM, age 45, married at age 22, born OR, parents born KY/MO, a Farmer Irene WORSHAM, wife, age 47, married at age 28, born OR, parents born MO/KY 1940 census of Caldwell, ID: Claude WORSHAM, age 60, born OR, a Pipe Fitter Lora WORSHAM, wife, age 62, born OR, a City Laundry Worker 1940 census of Malheur, OR: W. M. WORSHAM, age 55, born OR, a Farmer Irene WORSHAM, wife, age 58, born OR I'm hoping to locate someone from this family so that the photograph can be returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley

    03/08/2018 10:48:12
    1. Re: [GARDNER] NYE - GARDNER Family Photograph
    2. MRSM STIEFVATER
    3. How thoughtful of you!  Wish I could claim it. Marilyn Gardner Miller....no Floyds. On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 07:47 PM, Shelley Cardiel wrote: > I've "rescued" an old photograph of Floyd G. NYE of Skowhegan, ME > which was > taken at the C. A. Smith Photo Company in Waterville, ME. The > photograph > appears to have been taken in the 1890's and indicates that Floyd is > 13 > years and 6 months old at the time the photograph was taken. Based on > limited research I was able to locate the following information > regarding > Floyd and his family: > > > Floyd Gardner NYE was b. 2 Mar 1883 in Canaan, ME to parents Randall > H. NYE > (1837-1920 son of Albert NYE and Hannah MERRILL) and Maria or Mariah > Hannah > GARDNER (1845-1920). Floyd was one of 6 children born to this couple > including, Ethel E.; Mabel Gertrude; Everett Curtis: Fred C.; Anna > Estelle; > and Floyd Gardner NYE, all born between 1864 and 1883. Floyd married > twice, > first to Dora or Dara C. TRAFTON (1881 or 1882-1945) on 29 Aug 1906 in > Skowhegan, ME and together they had a daughter, Dorothy Marston NYE > (1908-1973). Floyd then married Bessie WENTWORTH (1923-1956) on 20 > Jul 1947 > in Skowhegan, ME. > > Floyd listed his occupation as Postal Clerk when he registered for the > draft > in 1918 and was living in Skowhegan, ME. Floyd died 1 or 14 Feb 1977 > in > Madison, ME and is buried in the Southside Cemetery in Skowhegan, ME. > > > I'm hoping to locate someone from this NYE Family so that the > photograph can > be returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this > family, or > you know someone who might be, please contact me. > > > Thanks, > > Shelley > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > GARDNER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message >

    03/11/2017 03:51:12
    1. [GARDNER] NYE - GARDNER Family Photograph
    2. Shelley Cardiel
    3. I've "rescued" an old photograph of Floyd G. NYE of Skowhegan, ME which was taken at the C. A. Smith Photo Company in Waterville, ME. The photograph appears to have been taken in the 1890's and indicates that Floyd is 13 years and 6 months old at the time the photograph was taken. Based on limited research I was able to locate the following information regarding Floyd and his family: Floyd Gardner NYE was b. 2 Mar 1883 in Canaan, ME to parents Randall H. NYE (1837-1920 son of Albert NYE and Hannah MERRILL) and Maria or Mariah Hannah GARDNER (1845-1920). Floyd was one of 6 children born to this couple including, Ethel E.; Mabel Gertrude; Everett Curtis: Fred C.; Anna Estelle; and Floyd Gardner NYE, all born between 1864 and 1883. Floyd married twice, first to Dora or Dara C. TRAFTON (1881 or 1882-1945) on 29 Aug 1906 in Skowhegan, ME and together they had a daughter, Dorothy Marston NYE (1908-1973). Floyd then married Bessie WENTWORTH (1923-1956) on 20 Jul 1947 in Skowhegan, ME. Floyd listed his occupation as Postal Clerk when he registered for the draft in 1918 and was living in Skowhegan, ME. Floyd died 1 or 14 Feb 1977 in Madison, ME and is buried in the Southside Cemetery in Skowhegan, ME. I'm hoping to locate someone from this NYE Family so that the photograph can be returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley

    03/11/2017 09:47:59
    1. [GARDNER] GARDNER'S IN BUFFALO NY - Early 1800's - Where did they come from? Where did they go?
    2. GARDNER'S IN BUFFALO NY - Early 1800's - Where did they come from? Where did they go? Hi Everyone, I am helping a new friend research Thomas Frederick Gardner, b. 1820 Buffalo, (Niagara, Erie County) New York. I have researched other Gardner's who might have been around Buffalo, about that time and came up with the following, but could not find further info. Could you take a look at the following and see if you might recognize anyone, where they came from, where they went? Do you know of anyone else in Buffalo, NY around 1820? Thanks, Donna Eldridge --------------------------------------------------- >From Ancestry: William Gardner, b. 1817 Erie, New York, d. 18 Feb 1903 Fairgrove, Tuscola, MI, m. Eliza Bowdish (1819-1896). Son Charles G. Gardiner (1837-1850) ----------------------------------------- Erie county is located in western New York State. The county itself was formed in 1821 from Niagara County which was itself formed in 1808 from Genesee County formed in turn from Ontario County, in 1802, which was created in 1789 from Montgomery County which was formed in 1772 from Albany County (Montgomery was known as Tryon County until 1784) 1820 Niagara, New York Censes: Abel Gardner – city/township: Concord (Concord is a town in Erie County, New York) – 1 male under 10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 45 and over, 1 female 16-15, 1 female 26-44. Total 5 persons 1820 Niagara, New York Censes: Samuel Gardner – city/township: Niagara -------------------------- 1810 Joshua Gardner living in Buffalo, NY 1810 Abiel Gardner living in Buffalo, Niagara, New York: 1 male under 10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 26-44, 2 females under 10, 2 females 10-15, 1 female 26-44. Total 8 persons (Page 4) 1810 B Gardner living in Buffalo, Niagara, New York: 2 males under 10, 1 male 26-44, 2 females under 10, 1 female 16-25, 1 female 26-44. Total 7 persons (Page 5) Niagara frontier: a narrative and documentary history: ….. For the next three or four years going to mill meant trips either to Chippawa or Batavia, but about 1805 Asa Ransom built a gristmill at Clarence Hollow. Peter Vandeventer in 1801 took a farm and opened a tavern in Newstead. Other early settlers along the Batavia road were Asa Chapman, Otis Ingalls, Orlando Hopkins, Timothy Jayne, David Cully, Samuel Kelsy, Henry Lake, Benjamin Gardner and William Lewis. Military minutes of the Council of Appointment of the State of New York, 1783-1821 Genessee, Niagara, Cattarugus and Chautauqua Counties. … commanded by Brigadier General Alexander Rhea (Rea), into two brigades; Resolved that the following officers be and they are hereby appointed therein: Timothy S. Hopkins, brigadier general of the militia in the counties of Niagara, Cattarugus and Chautauqua. Juilis Keyes, brigade major and inspector of said brigade: NIAGARA COUNTY. Asa Chapman, lieutenant colonel commandant, vice Hopkins, promoted. Samuel Hill, junior, first major, vice Chapman, promoted; William W. Chapin, second do, vice Hill, promoted. Calvin Filmore, captain; James Porter, lieutenant; John Van Wye, ensign. Asa P. Harris, captain; Israel Wilcox, lieutenant; Sylvenus Felton, ensign. James Cronk, captain, Almon Ford, lieutenant; George Keith, ensign. William Blackman, captain; Aruna Hibbard, lieutenant; Philip Peckham, ensign. Benjamin Gardner, lieutenant; Abiel Gardner, ensign. Elisha Ensign, Frank Ludlow, lieutenant; John Sample, ensign………. Centennial history of Erie Cty, NY…. Lt-Col Chapman’s regiment…. Abiel Gardner & Ezekiel Sheldon, lieutenants…….. In Lt-Col. Warren’s regiment, Adoniram Eldridge, Charles Johnson, John Coon, Daniel Haskill, Benjamin Gardner and John Russell were appointed Captains. Centennial history of Erie Cty, NY… In Township 12, range 7 (Amherst,) sales were made that fall to Samuel Kelsy, Henry Lake, Benjamin Gardner, William Lewis and others, the price being put as high as $3.25 and $3.50 per acre. Settlements commenced immediately afterwards. -------------------------------------- November 4, 1811 Northern Whig (Hudson, NY) BUFFALO, October 17. Thieves and Counterfeiters detected! On Sunday the 6th instant, Luther Smith was taken for passing Counterfeit Money, in Cambria, 14 miles from Lewistown. He had in his possession 22 dollars in bad bills, and is now safely lodged in Buffalo jail. James Sisson and Lyman Sabins were in company with Smith, but escaped after detection. --- They had with them six horses, two of which were taken away by Sisson; Sabins escaped afterwards into the woods, without hat, coat, vest or shoes. We understand by the gentleman who committed Smith to jail, that he confessed that John Sisson, who lives at or near Unadilla, keeps a secret stable where he conceals stolen horses, and that these fellows, who were on the road to Canada, to barter their horses for counterfeit money, were merely a scouting party of the conscript thieves and regular counterfeiters, whose companies extend from state to state, and whose mischievous and infernal practices materially affect the circulating medium of the Union. [The officer who took Smith to jail, has advertised the particulars of apprehending these villains, and describes the horses stolen as follows:] “On his way to gaol, Smith further confessed to the officer, that the Horses were obtained near Unadilla, in the following manner, viz. a span of matched Bays, black mane and tails, pricked, one four the other five years old, were bought by Sabins of a Dutchman, and paid for in counterfeit bills – One sorrel Horse about five years old, stolen – One black Mare about six years old, stolen – One black Mare about six years old white face and two white feet, swapt for and boot given, paid also in counterfeit money – the beast for which she was swapt having been bought and likewise paid for in counterfeit money. Sabins who appears to have been the leader of the party is about twenty-eight years of age, the other two about twenty each. The four Horses above described are in safe hands and well taken care of This notice is given that the rightful owners, and wherever they be, may come forward and obtain their property. Apply to the subscriber, at Lewistown, who has the Horses in his possession. WM. GARDNER, Deputy Sheriff. September 28, 1813 Ontario Messenger (Canandaigua, NY) 125 dollars Reward. Escaped from the subscriber, deputy sheriff of the county of Niagara, on the 31st day of August, 1813, at Lewiston, Thomas S. Bracken, Cornet, and Henry Stone, Sword-Master, belonging to Capt. Selden’s troop of U. States dragoons, in the regiment commanded by Col. James Burns, and both Irishmen. Brackin is about five feet eight inches high, full faced and stout built, very talkative, with much forwardness and impudence, and is frequently intoxicated. Stone is about five feet ten inches high, light complexion, full faced with a sottish look, and when intoxicated (which is frequently) has a simple and insignificant fact. – They both rescued themselves by the aid of military force, after legal process had been served upon them. One hundred dollars will be paid for Brackin, and all reasonable charges for delivering him to the subscriber at Lewiston, or securing him to the subscriber at Lewiston, or securing him in Buffalo gaol; and twenty-five dollars and all reasonable charges for Stone. Wm. GARDNER, Dep. Sheriff. September 1, 1813. January 4, 1814 Lansingburgh Gazette (Troy, NY) From the Western Frontier. CANANDAIGUA, December 23. IMPORTANT!! Loss of For Niagara, Destruction of Lewiston &c. The events on the Niagara-frontier, during the past week, have been highly interesting and important, as well on account of their public consequences, as the ruin and misery which they have bro’t on a large portion of the people in that ill-fated region. From soldiers who escaped from the fort, and from officers and others who were at Lewiston, we have taken pains the following as the substance of their representations: -- On Sunday the 19th inst. between 4 and 5 o’clock in the morning, a force, consisting of British regulars and Indians, crossed the Niagara-river in boats, and landed at Five-mile-meadow, (i.e. 5 miles above Fort-Niagara), and proceeded down thro’ Youngstown to the fort, covered by the darkness of the night, and meeting, it would seem, with no obstacle. They posted a part of their forces around the out-works, to prevent the escape of those within, while a strong body entered the fort through the main gate! – (which on that night, and for the first time for several years, was not fastened.) Their bulge was now blown as the signal for general assault, which was furiously began by the assailants, as well on the sick in the hospital as on the troops in the fort. The cries of the helpless for quarters, and the hideous yells of the merciless savages, resounded from every corner. It was a complete surprise to the Americans, and they made but a partial, irregular, and of course a feeble and short resistance. A few effected their escape; but these know not the fate of those who fell into the hands of the enemy. There is reason to hope, however, that they were nor massacred, as has been reported. This strong garrison was thus carried in a few minutes, and with it is lost an immense quantity of public stores. – The number of effective men in the fort, was about 150, who, with the means in their hands, it is supposed, could have resisted a larger force than the captors, had they been apprised of their approach. In the hospital and other buildings were about 150 men. During or soon after the reduction of Fort Niagara, a part of the enemy’s force marched up to Lewiston, (two miles above 5-mile meadow), where we had but a small force, consisting of artillerists from this county. The town was entered about sunrise, by a number of Indians and some regulars, who plundered and burnt the place, and killed a number of inhabitants. Among those who fell victims to the savages, were Dr. Alvord and Mr. W. Gardner, of Buffalo, the wife and children of a Mr. Pitcher, Mr. St. John, and several others, whose names were are not able to give. The two sons of Mr. Barton (one of whom was in Fort-Niagara), reported to have been killed, got off safe. The enemy than went up to Manchester, which placed they also sacked and destroyed. It is said, that the whole frontier, from Niagara as far up as Schlosser, and several miles wide from the river, is laid waste, and the inhabitants either killed, taken, or fled into the interior. The number of the enemy has affected so much in so little time, or the name of their commander, is not known. From the various opinions expressed, there were perhaps 1200 including Indians. The enterprise is believed to have been headed by a Col. Murray….. ….. January 7, 1814 National Advocate (New York, NY) Extract of a letter to the editor of the Albany Argus, dated Buffalo, Dec. 26. “On Sunday morning last, the British troops crossed the river about four miles above fort Niagara. Two companies of regulars proceeded and took possession of the fort, by surprise or treachery, without opposition. The Indians then began their hellish work, by burning the buildings, and plundering, killing and scalping the inhabitants; on the river, and from six to eight miles on the ridge road, they have not left a house or building form the fort to Schlosser, except one owned by Mr. Fairbanks, a federalist of the Boston stamp. On Friday I proceeded with thirty mounted volunteers to Lewiston. The sight we there witnessed was shocking beyond description; our neighbors were seen lying dead in the fields and roads, some horribly cut and mangled with tomahawks; others eaten by hogs, which were almost the only animal found alive. It is not yet as curtained how many were killed, as most of the bodies were thrown into the burning houses and consumed. We found the bodies of Wm. Gardner, dep. Sheriff, John M. Low, and Ezra St. John, (whose family cannot be found) attornies, Dr. Alvord, and six others, whose names I have forgotten. “We now have about 3000 militia, with some Indians, and in three days we shall be 5000 strong, and all determined to cross.” November 22, 1817 Evening Post (New York, NY) Insolvents, Advertising for the Benefit of the Act in this State. Copied from the Albany Argus, the Official paper. Columbia County – before J. D. Monsell, Hudson. … Abel Gardner, of Canaan, Dec. 26. July 27, 1821 Spectator (New York, NY) From the Buffalo Patriot, of July 17. At a Court of Oyer and Terminer held by Judge Yates in this village, which closed its session on Thursday last, ….. John Gardner and Hosea Sprague, were severally convicted of grand larceny, and sentenced each as above, for 5 years. August 5, 1828 Albany Argus (Albany, NY) BY order of Ebenezer Walden, esq, first Judge of the court of common pleas in and for the county of Erie, counsellor, &c. notice is hereby given to JOHN GARDNER, an absent debtor, now or late of Euclid in the state of Ohio, and to all others whom it may concern, that on application and due proof made to him the said judge, pursuant to the directions of the act of the legislature of the state of New York, entitled ‘an act for relief against absconding and absent debtors,’ passed 21st March, 1801, he hath directed all the real estate and personal within the county of Erie, of the said John Gardner, to be seized, and that unless the said John Gardner do discharge his debts within one year after this notice of the seizure, all his estate will be sold for the payment and satisfaction of his debts. Dated December 31, 1827. H. SHUMAY, Attorney for attaching creditor. February 3, 1829 New-York American for the Country (New York, NY) WE the undersigned, give notice that we have this day been appointed by Thomas C. Love, Esq, first judge of the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the county of Erie, Trustees for all the creditors of John Gardner, an absent debtor, by the 17th day of February next, to pay all debts and sum of money which they owe to such debtor, and deliver all property of such debtor which they have in possession to us the said Trustees, and we desire all creditors of the said debtor, by the said 17th day of February next, to deliver to us or one of us their respective accounts and demands against such debtor. Dated at Buffalo, this 19th day of January 1929. BENJAMIN CARYL, R. H. HEYWOOD, WM. HOLLISTER. ---- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- ------- ------ -- Further info on John Gardner from Buffalo, NY August 5, 1828 Albany Argus (Albany, NY) BY order of Ebenezer Walden, esq, first Judge of the court of common pleas in and for the county of Erie, counsellor, &c. notice is hereby given to JOHN GARDNER, an absent debtor, now or late of Euclid in the state of Ohio, and to all others whom it may concern, that on application and due proof made to him the said judge, pursuant to the directions of the act of the legislature of the state of New York, entitled ‘an act for relief against absconding and absent debtors,’ passed 21st March, 1801, he hath directed all the real estate and personal within the county of Erie, of the said John Gardner, to be seized, and that unless the said John Gardner do discharge his debts within one year after this notice of the seizure, all his estate will be sold for the payment and satisfaction of his debts. Dated December 31, 1827. H. SHUMAY, Attorney for attaching creditor. Cleveland, Ohio – Cleveland in the US State of Ohio and the county seat of Cuyahoga County…. The city is located on the southern shore of Lake Erie. Founded in 1796 near the mouth of the Cuyahoga River 1830 United States Federal Census – Euclid, Cuyahoga, OHIO. John Gardner, 1 male 10-14, 1 male 15-19, 1 male 20-29, 1 male 40-49, 1 female 5-9, 1 female 10-14, 1 female 15-19, 1 female 30-39 = Total 8 Persons Cuyahoga County, Euclid, Ohio, Tax Lists, 1819-1869 – John Gardner: 1825, 1826, 1826, 1827, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1829, 1830. History of Cuyahoga County, Ohio: in three parts. East Cleveland, page 445…. In 1818 Benjamin P. Beers and Myndert Wemple settled in the township. Mr. Wemple, who still survives, says that Enoch Murray was then keeping store at Euclid (now Collamer). He sold to Thomas McIlrath about 1820, and he in a short time to John Gardner. Page 446 … In the township book of Euclid is a list of the voters in 1828, arranged by school districts. Euclid, as before mentioned, then embraced something over half of East Cleveland. We give a list of the names recorded in those districts either wholly or partly in what is now East Cleveland. A few of them may have been in the present Euclid; but if so, they were close to the line. District No. 2 (Collamer) – William Camp, John H. Camp, John West, John Ruple, John Hoagland, Samuel Ruple, Benj. Hoagland, John Stoner, Benj. S. Welch, Enoch Meeker, John Gardner, William Adams, John K. Hall, Nathaniel Woodruff, Myndert Wemple, Andrew McFarland, Elijah Burton, George R. Whitney, Sargent Currier, Alvin Hollister, Jesse Palmer, James F. Palmer, Dr. Hotchkiss, Joseph King, Mathias Rush, Moses Bond, Cyrus Ruple, Abran Histon, John Shaw, Elisha Rockwell. ….. Page 455-456 … It was not until 1828, however, as appears by the records, that the trustees divided into township into school districts, forming nine districts which contained in all a hundred and eighty-three householders. Fortunately the names of all these are preserved on the township record; so that we are able to show pretty accurately the progress of settlement in the old township of Euclid at that time. They are as follows: …. District No. 2. – William Camp, John H. Camp, John West, John Ruple, John Hoagland, Samuel Ruple, Benj. Hoagland, John Stoner, Benj. S. Welch, Enoch Meeker, John Gardner, William Adams, John K. Hall, Nathaniel Woodruff, Myndert Wimple, Andrew McFarland, Elijah Burton, George R. Whitney, Sargent Currier, Alvin Hollister, Jesse Palmer, Jas. F. Palmer, Dr. Hotchkiss, Joseph King, Polydore King, Thomas Palmer, Peter Rush, Henry King, Mathias Rush, Moses Bond, Cyrus, Ruple, Abram Histon, John Shaw, Elihu Rockwell – 34. A History of Cuyahoga County and the city of Cleveland. Page 287. .. Of the men at that raising Cornelius Thorp outlived them all and for many years was the sole survivor of the group at the erstwhile jolly raising of William Hale’s log barn. Benjamin Thorp, the father of Cornelius, moved to the Coit tract of 1,000 acres on the lake shore, later known as “Coits.” Immediately after the close of the war the settlers came in great number and soon they were in full tide. Now there was a slight appearance of a village where Collamer was located but it was called Euclid then. After the war of 1812 Enoch Murray started a store there, David Crocker a tannery, and like Newburgh with its gristmill it became a little trade center. The tannery continued in operation for twenty years. This point was variously called Collamer, Nine Mile Creek, and Euclid. In 1817 a frame church was built on the site of the old log one and then the little settlement could boast, for there was not another one in the county. In 1818 Benjamin P Beers and Myndert Wemple settled in the township and the same year Enoch Murray was keeping store at Collamer. He sold to McIlrath in 1820 and he in turn sold to John Gardner.

    11/09/2016 02:57:37
    1. [GARDNER] African American Gardner line
    2. Shangran via
    3. Hi Jamie, My Gardner's are a little difficult to trace. My 2nd Great Grandfather was Charles Gardner, whose family relocated to DeWitt County, IL from West Jefferson, Madison County, Ohio. Charles' daughter, Lucy, married Theodore Haps, whose Grandfather had immigrated from Holland in 1847. Theodore and Lucy had a son, Raymond. The marriage did not last, Lucy committed suicide at 22. Theodore wanted nothing to do with the child, Raymond, who ended up being raised by Lucy's parents. At some time, I don't know when, or why (I have my 'speculations' though, and I believe it had a LOT to do with Religion) he became Raymond C.Haps Gardner, ( my Grandfather}. My father was named Raymond Haps Gardner (no "C."). This is as far back as I have been able to research, and to my knowledge, all of these folks were Caucasian, as am I. I wish you the best of luck in being able to get past this spot in your research. It is very difficult at times. Sincerely, Judy Gardner Awalt Phelps

    07/01/2016 06:17:35
    1. [GARDNER] African American Gardners
    2. Jamie Polk via
    3. Hi I just came across your message board on ancestry. I'm related to the African American Gardner family of King & Queen County, VA. I have traced the line back to Judith "Judy" Gardner who was born around 1829. She had 5 children Essex 1853, Judith Ann 1866, Lettie 1859, Levi 1856, and Louisa Gardner 1862. I not to long ago discovered the line so I don't know to much information about them. Jamie Polk

    06/30/2016 01:16:01
    1. [GARDNER] Re(3):mabear100
    2. mabear100 via
    3. http://bouncehouserentalssacramentoca.com/ofcrgrhg.php From: mabear100 Code: jrx1ewj91cv34cq3w4vy Time: 5/18/2016 2:14:43 AM

    05/17/2016 03:14:43
    1. [GARDNER] ADMIN. POST - RE: Re(3):mabear100
    2. P. S. & C. A. Wyant via
    3. Folks, This problem has been taken care of. Needless to say, do NOT click on this link. Peter GARDNER List Admin. -----Original Message----- From: gardner-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:gardner-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of mabear100 via Sent: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 19:15 To: GARDNER@rootsweb.com; gardner4@erols.com; gc-gateway@rootsweb.com Subject: [GARDNER] Re(3):mabear100 <snip>

    05/17/2016 01:23:47
    1. Re: [GARDNER] GARDNER Digest, Vol 10, Issue 21
    2. robert gardner via
    3. Not that I can recall. Bob -----Original Message----- From: Evelyn Versteegh via Sent: Wednesday, October 21, 2015 9:39 AM To: gardner@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [GARDNER] GARDNER Digest, Vol 10, Issue 21 No, sorry. Sent from my iPhone > On Oct 21, 2015, at 2:00 AM, gardner-request@rootsweb.com wrote: > > > > Today's Topics: > > 1. Who is Elijah Francisco Gardner's father (Gaycha Mayhew) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Message: 1 > Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2015 08:32:16 -0500 > From: Gaycha Mayhew <gemayhew@mchsi.com> > Subject: [GARDNER] Who is Elijah Francisco Gardner's father > To: gardner@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <F93506F2-B154-4627-A19A-1B36EB57B2CB@mchsi.com> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii > > March 17, 1831 in New York is where Elijah Francisco Gardner was born. > Never any info as to where in New York. In 1850 Fed Census says his > parents were born in Massachusetts. Never any mention as to who his > parents were. > Is this secretive man in your base? > > Gaycha > > > ------------------------------ > > To contact the GARDNER list administrator, send an email to > GARDNER-admin@rootsweb.com. > > To post a message to the GARDNER mailing list, send an email to > GARDNER@rootsweb.com. > > __________________________________________________________ > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > GARDNER-request@rootsweb.com > with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body > of the > email with no additional text. > > > End of GARDNER Digest, Vol 10, Issue 21 > *************************************** ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to GARDNER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/21/2015 10:17:48
    1. Re: [GARDNER] GARDNER Digest, Vol 10, Issue 21
    2. Evelyn Versteegh via
    3. No, sorry. Sent from my iPhone > On Oct 21, 2015, at 2:00 AM, gardner-request@rootsweb.com wrote: > > > > Today's Topics: > > 1. Who is Elijah Francisco Gardner's father (Gaycha Mayhew) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Message: 1 > Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2015 08:32:16 -0500 > From: Gaycha Mayhew <gemayhew@mchsi.com> > Subject: [GARDNER] Who is Elijah Francisco Gardner's father > To: gardner@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <F93506F2-B154-4627-A19A-1B36EB57B2CB@mchsi.com> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii > > March 17, 1831 in New York is where Elijah Francisco Gardner was born. Never any info as to where in New York. In 1850 Fed Census says his parents were born in Massachusetts. Never any mention as to who his parents were. > Is this secretive man in your base? > > Gaycha > > > ------------------------------ > > To contact the GARDNER list administrator, send an email to > GARDNER-admin@rootsweb.com. > > To post a message to the GARDNER mailing list, send an email to GARDNER@rootsweb.com. > > __________________________________________________________ > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to GARDNER-request@rootsweb.com > with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body of the > email with no additional text. > > > End of GARDNER Digest, Vol 10, Issue 21 > ***************************************

    10/21/2015 02:39:32
    1. [GARDNER] Who is Elijah Francisco Gardner's father
    2. Gaycha Mayhew via
    3. March 17, 1831 in New York is where Elijah Francisco Gardner was born. Never any info as to where in New York. In 1850 Fed Census says his parents were born in Massachusetts. Never any mention as to who his parents were. Is this secretive man in your base? Gaycha

    10/20/2015 02:32:16
    1. Re: [GARDNER] Gardner/Garner in Lancashire
    2. DBC006 via
    3. Hi Bob: I have been searching our Gardner tree for over 15 years. As the result of your searching, you know that there were hundreds... maybe thousands... of Gardner, Garner, Gardiner, Gardener etc.... in the colonies. The name has been often misspelling, spoken incorrectly due to poor English, and records have been destroyed. To single out one Gardner, it would take some factual information about that single family. Our's started out in Monaghan, Ireland... we knew that because a Gardner grandson wrote his family history. He was the grandson of our John Gardner who was born about 1710-20. I was unable to find( factually) how he (John Gardner) came to NC. We do know that he was there in 1753 because he was a witness to the signing of a deed. Keep searching but you will need some solid facts.......that will be tough just because of all of the John Gardners. If I can be of any help please let me know. Question: Did you mean Cleveland, NC rather than Clevelend County? If so, then you are not far from our base ..... we are from Faith, NC across the Yadkin River. Dolly Gardner Byrd Urdanick ---------------------------------------------------- In a message dated 10/19/2015 7:07:45 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, gardner@rootsweb.com writes: Sorry Patty, My gardner/garner 1st. ancestor (William) shows up in what is now Cleveland County, North Carolina about 1772 in some land transactions. Some evidence indicates that he came from England. DNA tests show identical Garners from about this time living in Halifax Co. NC with some evidence of earlier settlement in Isle of Wight, VA. We been unable to find how/when he got to America. One family legend has William getting married in Chelsea in 1750 to Hannah Butler or perhaps Hannah Clarkson. Based on written marriage records. He would been about 2 years old in 1750. I visited the Chelsea library a few years back and found no records to prove this. Any ideas to help me will be appreciated. Happy hunting, Bob Gardner -----Original Message----- From: Patty Hopkinson via Sent: Friday, October 16, 2015 2:37 PM To: gardner@rootsweb.com Subject: [GARDNER] Gardner/Garner in Lancashire I have 2 Gardner/Garner lines in Lancashire. I would appreciate any insight if anything looks familiar to anyone. First Line (in parish registers the name Gardner, Garner and Gardiner are used interchangeably, with Gardner being the most common): Elizabeth Garner (b 20 OCT 1805, Blackpool, Lancashire; d ) married first Thomas Hopkinson; married second Thomas Houseman. Elizabeth was the daughter of: Richard Gardner, of Poulton (c 11 APR 1765, Marton, Lancashire; bur 26 JAN 1842, Bispham, Lancashire); m 31 DEC 1792, Poulton, Lancashire Elizabeth (Betty) Lytham. Elizabeth's mother was also a Gardner and her line is outline in the Second Line. I believe Richard to be the son of: Solomon Gardner, of Pouton, barber (c 6 NOV 1741, Poulton, Lancashire; d SEP 1818); m 5 DEC 1762, Poulton, Lancashire, Ellen Parkinson (bc 1742; bur 24 FEB 1769, Marton, Lancashire). Solomon was the son of: Richard Gardner, of Pouton and Garstang, barber. His exact birth date is unknown, but I estimate about 1710/15. He is likely the Richard Gardner listed in the Preston Guild rolls as a barber of Poulton, son of Timothy Garnder, of Garstang (who was dead before 1742) Second Line (the name Gardner, Garner are used interchangeably, with Garner being the most common): Margaret Garner/Gardner (c 4 OCT 1744, Kirkham, Lancashire) m Thomas Lytham. They had Elizabeth (Betty) Lytham who married Richard Gardner from the First Line above. Margaret was the daughter of: John Garner, of Greenhalgh and Medlar, (c 12 MAR 1703, Kirkham, Lancashire) m Ann (last name unknown). John was the son of: James Garner, of Medlar and Threlfall (bc 1664; bur 1 JUN 1724, Kirkham, Lancashire) m Jennett Hall. Thanks in advance. Feel free to email me directly (genealogyph@sbcglobal.net). Patty HopkinsonGenealogist for Clan Buchanan Society InternationalHopkinson YDNA Project Administratorwww.pattyhopkinson.com Researching the following surnames: Ash, Bentham, Binns, Broadbent, Brook, Buchanan, Cardwell, Cauliffe, Clark, Clayton, Cornall, Craven, Dolman, Forsyth, Garner, Greenhalgh, Hall, Hanson, Heap, Home, Hopkinson, Howarth, Hull, Jowett, Leach, Lincoln, Linnen, Long, Lowe, Lund, Lytham, Marsden, Maskow/Myerscough, Milson, Needham, Pearson, Rothwell, Rowe, Scholes, Sharp/Sharpe, Stanley, Thompson, Thornton, Walsh, Watson, Whiteside, Wilkinson ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to GARDNER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to GARDNER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/19/2015 02:34:00
    1. [GARDNER] Gardner/Garner Abraham luther
    2. myates4006 via
    3. I am trying to search for years for my ggggandpa Abraham L. Gardner was borned 1820-1821 Ky or La. do not when passed away in Missouri Lawrence or Barton Co. Ks. Married Lima/Lena Buchanan Landers/Sanders 9 April 1834 Missouri they has 6 children William Pinkney,John M.,, Martin Luther,Lenna Mae,Clara& Susan . I'm decedent of William Pinkney & Permelia Ann( Amelia) Jefferies they married9 May, 1880. I'm hoping someone is tracing same families. Joan Gardner Yates from Nebraska

    10/19/2015 02:02:22
    1. [GARDNER] NYE - GARDNER Family Photographs
    2. Shelley Cardiel via
    3. I've "rescued" two old photographs of Mr. & Mrs. Randall H. NYE which were taken at the Huff Studio in Skowhegan, ME on the occasion of their Golden Wedding Anniversary on 20 March 1912. Randall is noted as 75 years old at the time (born July 18th) and his wife as 72 years old (born April 28th). The photograph of Mrs. Randall H. NYE includes the note "My Great Grandfather and Mother" and what appears to be "Herb" on the back of the photograph as well. Based on limited research I was able to gather the following information regarding this couple: Randall Hill NYE was b. 18 Jul 1837 in Clinton, ME to parents Albert J. NYE (1911 or 1912-1900) and Hannah MERRILL (b. 1814). Randall was one of 3 children born to this couple including, Randall H.; Joseph Merrill NYE(1839-1898); and Albert Burrill NYE (b. 1843). Their father married a second time and had two additional children, George H. NYE (1847-1862) and Charles Pearl NYE (1850-1904). Randall married Maria or Mariah Hannah GARDNER (b. 1840 or 1845 in Maine-1917) on 20 Mar 1862 in Somerset Co. ME. The couple had 6 children including, Ethel E. NYE (b. 2 Jan 1864 in Canaan, ME-1932); Mabel G. NYE (b. 30 Apr 1865 in Canaan, ME-d. 1949); Everett Curtis (b. 1 Nov 1869 in Canaan, ME-1951); Fred C. (1872-1960); Anna or Ann NYE (1874-1901) and Floyd Garner NYE (b. 2 Mar 1883 in Canaan, ME-1977). Randall d. 1 Dec 1920 in Canaan or Skowhegan, ME and is buried in the Southside Cemetery in Skowhegan, ME. His wife Maria was b. Apr 1840 to parents John A. GARDNER (d. 1898) and Eliza A. GARDNER (d. 1897). Maria is buried alongside Randall in the Southside Cemetery. It appears that their daughter Ethel never married, Mabel G. NYE married C. N. BRAGG (b. 1862); son Everett married Carrie Alice BRESSLER (1869-1940); and Fred married Cora POOLER (1876-1969); daughter Ann married Charles NICHOLS (b. 1872); and son Floyd married Dora TRAFTON (b. 1884 - dau of Charles C. TRAFTON and Frenia MARSTON). Census records provide the following details: 1850 census of Palmyra, ME: Albert NYE, age 38, a Farmer, born ME Dorcas NYE, age 43, born ME Randall H. NYE, age 13, born ME Joseph NYE, age 11, born ME George NYE, age 2, born ME Charles NYE, age 1 month, born ME 1860 census of Canaan, ME: Randall H. NYE, age 22, born ME Abagail MERRILL, age 80, born NH Ursula MERRILL, age 65, born NH 1870 census of Canaan, ME: Randall H. NYE, age 32, a Farmer, born ME Maria H. NYE, age 30, Keeping House, born ME Ethel NYE, age 7, born ME Mabel NYE, age 5, born ME Everett NYE, age 6 months, born ME Abigail MERRILL, age 91, born NH 1880 census of Canaan, ME: Randall H. NYE, age 42, a Farmer, born ME, parents born ME Maria NYE, wife, age 40, Keeping House, born ME, parents born ME/NH Ethel E. NYE, dau, age 16, Teaching, born ME Mabel G. NYE, dau, age 15, at School, born ME Everett C. NYE, son, age 10, born ME Fred NYE, son, age 8, born ME Anna NYE, dau, age 5, born ME 1900 census of Skowhegan, ME: Randall H. NYE, age 63, born Jul 1836, married 38 years, born ME, parents born ME, a Farmer Maria H. NYE, wife, age 60, born Mar 1840, married 38 years, 6 children/6 living, born ME, parents born NH Albert I. NYE, father, age 88, born Jul 1802, a widower, born ME, parents born ME 1920 census of Skowhegan, ME: Charles N. BRAGG, age 59, born ME, parents born ME, a Merchant Mabel N. BRAGG, wife, age 53, born ME, parents born ME Mathew G. GREEN, son-in-law, age 23, born MA, parents born MA, a Woolen Mill Worker Pauline B. GREEN, dau, age 22, born ME, a Telephone Operator Randall NYE, father-in-law, age 82, a widower, born ME, parents born ME I am hoping to locate someone from this NYE Family so that the photographs can be returned to the care of this family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley

    10/19/2015 12:47:51
    1. Re: [GARDNER] Gardner/Garner in Lancashire
    2. robert gardner via
    3. Sorry Patty, My gardner/garner 1st. ancestor (William) shows up in what is now Cleveland County, North Carolina about 1772 in some land transactions. Some evidence indicates that he came from England. DNA tests show identical Garners from about this time living in Halifax Co. NC with some evidence of earlier settlement in Isle of Wight, VA. We been unable to find how/when he got to America. One family legend has William getting married in Chelsea in 1750 to Hannah Butler or perhaps Hannah Clarkson. Based on written marriage records. He would been about 2 years old in 1750. I visited the Chelsea library a few years back and found no records to prove this. Any ideas to help me will be appreciated. Happy hunting, Bob Gardner -----Original Message----- From: Patty Hopkinson via Sent: Friday, October 16, 2015 2:37 PM To: gardner@rootsweb.com Subject: [GARDNER] Gardner/Garner in Lancashire I have 2 Gardner/Garner lines in Lancashire. I would appreciate any insight if anything looks familiar to anyone. First Line (in parish registers the name Gardner, Garner and Gardiner are used interchangeably, with Gardner being the most common): Elizabeth Garner (b 20 OCT 1805, Blackpool, Lancashire; d ) married first Thomas Hopkinson; married second Thomas Houseman. Elizabeth was the daughter of: Richard Gardner, of Poulton (c 11 APR 1765, Marton, Lancashire; bur 26 JAN 1842, Bispham, Lancashire); m 31 DEC 1792, Poulton, Lancashire Elizabeth (Betty) Lytham. Elizabeth's mother was also a Gardner and her line is outline in the Second Line. I believe Richard to be the son of: Solomon Gardner, of Pouton, barber (c 6 NOV 1741, Poulton, Lancashire; d SEP 1818); m 5 DEC 1762, Poulton, Lancashire, Ellen Parkinson (bc 1742; bur 24 FEB 1769, Marton, Lancashire). Solomon was the son of: Richard Gardner, of Pouton and Garstang, barber. His exact birth date is unknown, but I estimate about 1710/15. He is likely the Richard Gardner listed in the Preston Guild rolls as a barber of Poulton, son of Timothy Garnder, of Garstang (who was dead before 1742) Second Line (the name Gardner, Garner are used interchangeably, with Garner being the most common): Margaret Garner/Gardner (c 4 OCT 1744, Kirkham, Lancashire) m Thomas Lytham. They had Elizabeth (Betty) Lytham who married Richard Gardner from the First Line above. Margaret was the daughter of: John Garner, of Greenhalgh and Medlar, (c 12 MAR 1703, Kirkham, Lancashire) m Ann (last name unknown). John was the son of: James Garner, of Medlar and Threlfall (bc 1664; bur 1 JUN 1724, Kirkham, Lancashire) m Jennett Hall. Thanks in advance. Feel free to email me directly (genealogyph@sbcglobal.net). Patty HopkinsonGenealogist for Clan Buchanan Society InternationalHopkinson YDNA Project Administratorwww.pattyhopkinson.com Researching the following surnames: Ash, Bentham, Binns, Broadbent, Brook, Buchanan, Cardwell, Cauliffe, Clark, Clayton, Cornall, Craven, Dolman, Forsyth, Garner, Greenhalgh, Hall, Hanson, Heap, Home, Hopkinson, Howarth, Hull, Jowett, Leach, Lincoln, Linnen, Long, Lowe, Lund, Lytham, Marsden, Maskow/Myerscough, Milson, Needham, Pearson, Rothwell, Rowe, Scholes, Sharp/Sharpe, Stanley, Thompson, Thornton, Walsh, Watson, Whiteside, Wilkinson ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to GARDNER-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    10/18/2015 02:38:42
    1. [GARDNER] Gardner/Garner in Lancashire
    2. Patty Hopkinson via
    3. I have 2 Gardner/Garner lines in Lancashire. I would appreciate any insight if anything looks familiar to anyone. First Line (in parish registers the name Gardner, Garner and Gardiner are used interchangeably, with Gardner being the most common): Elizabeth Garner (b 20 OCT 1805, Blackpool, Lancashire; d ) married first Thomas Hopkinson; married second Thomas Houseman.  Elizabeth was the daughter of: Richard Gardner, of Poulton (c 11 APR 1765, Marton, Lancashire; bur 26 JAN 1842, Bispham, Lancashire); m 31 DEC 1792, Poulton, Lancashire Elizabeth (Betty) Lytham.  Elizabeth's mother was also a Gardner and her line is outline in the Second Line.  I believe Richard to be the son of: Solomon Gardner, of Pouton, barber (c 6 NOV 1741, Poulton, Lancashire; d SEP 1818); m 5 DEC 1762, Poulton, Lancashire, Ellen Parkinson (bc 1742; bur 24 FEB 1769, Marton, Lancashire).  Solomon was the son of: Richard Gardner, of Pouton and Garstang, barber.  His exact birth date is unknown, but I estimate about 1710/15.  He is likely the Richard Gardner listed in the Preston Guild rolls as a barber of Poulton, son of Timothy Garnder, of Garstang (who was dead before 1742) Second Line (the name Gardner, Garner are used interchangeably, with Garner being the most common): Margaret Garner/Gardner (c 4 OCT 1744, Kirkham, Lancashire) m Thomas Lytham.  They had Elizabeth (Betty) Lytham who married Richard Gardner from the First Line above.  Margaret was the daughter of: John Garner, of Greenhalgh and Medlar, (c 12 MAR 1703, Kirkham, Lancashire) m  Ann (last name unknown).  John was the son of: James Garner, of Medlar and Threlfall (bc 1664; bur 1 JUN 1724, Kirkham, Lancashire) m Jennett Hall. Thanks in advance.  Feel free to email me directly (genealogyph@sbcglobal.net).  Patty HopkinsonGenealogist for Clan Buchanan Society InternationalHopkinson YDNA Project Administratorwww.pattyhopkinson.com Researching the following surnames: Ash, Bentham, Binns, Broadbent, Brook, Buchanan, Cardwell, Cauliffe, Clark, Clayton, Cornall, Craven, Dolman, Forsyth, Garner, Greenhalgh, Hall, Hanson, Heap, Home, Hopkinson, Howarth, Hull, Jowett, Leach, Lincoln, Linnen, Long, Lowe, Lund, Lytham, Marsden, Maskow/Myerscough, Milson, Needham, Pearson, Rothwell, Rowe, Scholes, Sharp/Sharpe, Stanley, Thompson, Thornton, Walsh, Watson, Whiteside, Wilkinson

    10/16/2015 12:37:49
    1. [GARDNER] NEWSPAPERS: GARDINER/GARDNER – RHODE ISLAND 1800
    2. deldridge8 via
    3. NEWSPAPERS: GARDINER/GARDNER – RHODE ISLAND 1800 January 7, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) DIED.] – At Middletown (on this Ifland) Mrs. Amy Ann Gardiner, Confort of Benjamin Gardiner, Efq. February 27, 1800 United States Chronicle (Providence, RI) The combined French and Spanifh fleets lay in Breft harbor, at the laft accounts – off which port an Englifh fleet of 20 fail of the line, under Adm. Gardner, was cruising to obferve them. March 11, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) TO BE LET, For the Term of One or more Years, or otherwise, On WEDNESDAY next, at XI o’Clock, by GARDNER & DEAN, At their Auction-Room, ALL that Tenement, Store, and Sail-Loft, on Gravelly Point, contained in One Building, belonging to Mr. E. Woodward. – Conditions will be made known at the Auction. Newport, March 6, 1800. April 1, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) DIED.] – At Surinam, on the 15th Jan laft, Mr. Robert Gardiner (Son of Mr. Amos Gardiner, of South-Kingftown) – He was a very active, induftrious, and promifing Youth. His Death is much lamented by his Relations and Friends. April 19, 1800 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) The Englifh channel fleet under Sir Allin Gardner, was at fea February 8. May 13, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) The following is a correct List of the House of Representatives: … …. …. West Greenwich, Job Spencer, Samuel Gardiner. …. …. ….. On Thurfday Morning both HOufes affembled in Grand Committee, and proceeded to the Election of civil and military Officers for the enfuing Year, when the following Gentlemen were elected. … …. … Clerks of the Court of Common Pleas, &c. … Washington, Samuel E. Gardiner. May 27, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) All Perfons having any Demands againft the Eftate of Abel Cottrell, late of South-Kingftown, deceafed, reprefented Infolvent, are hereby notified to exhibit the fame for Allowance, within fix Months from the Date hereof, to the Subfcribers, who are duly appointed Commiffioners, to receive and examine the fame. Samuel E. Gardiner, John Hagadorn. All Perfons indebted to faid Eftate, are requefted to make Payments to Abel Cottrell, Executor. South-Kingstown, May 14, 1800. May 27, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI), June 5, 1800 United States Chronicle (Providence, RI) MARRIED.] At South-Kingftown, (State of Rhode-Ifland) on Tuefday Evening the 20th Inft. Mr. Philo Day, of Catfkill (State of New-York) to Mifs Emma Gardiner, Daughter of Col. John Gardiner. May 27, June 17, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) District and Port of Newport, May 27th, 1800. WHEREAS more than Nine Months have elapfed fince Twenty Bales of Indigo, Four Pots of Sweet-Meats, and One Piece of blue Satin, were imported into this Port, in the Sloop Juliet, Ebenezer Shearman, Mafter, from Manilla, which were fhipped by William Fitzgerald, who died on her Paffage from faid Port, and configned to P. Farrel – and no legal Claimant has appeared to enter and pay the Duties on faid Goods; this therefore is to notify all whom it may concern, that, unlefs a legal Claimant fhould appear, on or before the 27th of June next, to enter faid Goods, and pay the Duties thereon, they will, at Eleven o’Clock in the Forenoon of that Day, be fold at Public Auction, on the Wharf of Mr. Caleb Gardner, in Newport. W. ELLERY, Collector. May 27, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) TO BE LET, About 25 Acres of LAND, a little Eaftward of Mr. Brinly’s Ropewalk, very fuitable for Pafturage. – Any Perfon having Cows, &c. to pafture, may know the Terms by applying to SAMUEL F. GARDER. Newport, May 19, 1800. January 16, 1800 United States Chronicle (Providence, RI) Poetry. HYMN, Written at the requeft of the Committee of Arrangements, at Bofton, by the Rev. John S. F. Gardner. AND is the illuftrious Chieftain dead, awhile to favour’d mortals lent, not given? And has the fainted fpirit fled, And fought, in hallow’d hope, its native heaven? Yes, our fad fate we muft deplore, Columbia’s Saviour is no more! 2. O! for a mufe of fire to fing, The various virtures of his matchlefs mind, Which, borne on times immortal wing, Remoteft ages fhall unrivaled find. Yes our fad fate we muft deplore, Columbia’s Savious is no more! 3. When fell invafion fhook our coaft, And menac’d all to freeborn fpirits dear, Columbia’s confederated hoft The Hero led, and broke the oppreffor’s fpear: But now our fate we muft deplore Columbia’s Saviour is no more! 4. Still ardent in his Country’s caufe, The Federal Triumph with his voice he feal’d, And Chief, the Guardian of our Law! s, Adorn’d the Council as he grac’d the Field: But now our fate we muft deplore, Columbia’s Saviour is no more! 5. Clear intellect, or pallion pure, Each act declared him wifdom’s favourite child, Columbia’s fafety to fecure, The bold he vanquifh’d, and the infidious foil’d: But now our fate we muft deplore, Columbia’s Hero is no more! 6. But fhall our felfifh forrows flow, What if he, in heaven, midft fainted fouls is bleft? Shall we with unavailing woe, Lament the Hero’s everlafting reft? No, Cry each tear, each grief remove, Great Washington is bleft above! June 7, 1800 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) …. ….. The report of Lord Bridport’s refignation of the command of the channel fleet, has been often circulated without foundation. It is faid now to have taken place, and it is added, that he is to be fuceeded by Earl St. Vincent, who will take the command in about fix weeks, Sir Alan Gardner having charge of the fleet in the interim. Sir Alan has appointed Sir Charles Cotton captain of the fleet. June 24, July 8, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) CHEAP GROCERY STORE. John G. Hazard, jun. and Benjamin W. Gardner, Having formed a Connection in Trade, under the Frim of Hazard & Gardner, Ar in Supply of a choice Affortment of Groceries, to be difpofed of, Wholesale and rEtial, At their Stores –One Door North of Townfend’s Coffee-Houfe – and No. 4. On Steven’s Wharf, - MADEIRA, Sherry, Malaga, Lifbon, Port—and Claret, WINES –Jamaica Spirits, St. Vincent’s Rum, Cogniac and Barcelona Brandy, Holland Gin, - Gunpowder, Hyfon, Souchong – and Bohea, TEAS – Jordan Almonds, Frail Figs, Citron, Mufcatee Raifins, Zante Currants, Cloves, Caffia, Nutmegs, Mace, Allfpice, Black Pepper, Ginger, Muftard, Weft-India Cayanne, Loaf and other Sugars, Molaffes, Salad Oil, Capers, Olives, Lemons, Caftile white and brown soap, Speraceti & Tallow mould Candles, Indigo, Poland Starch, Tobacco, Hair-Powder, Spanifh Segars—and Effence of Spruce. Also Cogniac Brandy by the! Pipe or Barrel, Barcelona Ditto do. do., Holland Gin do. do., Malaga Wine by the Quarter-Cafk, Lifbon do. do., Sherry do Pipe or do, Port do. do. do., Particular Madeira do. do. do. Chocolate by the Box; Tallow and Spermaceti Candles Ditto; Caftile Soap Ditto; Mufcatee Raifins Ditto; Lemons Ditto; Figs and Almonds by the Frail; French Hair-Powder by the Box; Pipes by the Grofs; Spanifh Segars by the Box. Anguilla coarfe and Liverpool fine Salt. Town and County Retailers are invited to Purchafe; liberal Credit will be given them. Newport, June 23, 1800. July 19, 1800 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) Norfolk, June 28. Arrived, fchooner Charming Betfy, Capt. Gardner, 20 days from Port-Antonio. On the 24th of June, in lat. 32, long. 76:24, fpoke the fcooner Sophia, Capt. Downes, 5 days out from the Havanna, bound to Bofton; part of the crew down with the yellow fever. July 29, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) To be fold at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Thurfday 28th of Auguft next, by GARDNER & DEAN, on the Premifes, A Dwelling-Houfe and Lot of Land, fituate on Thames-ftreet, owned and at prefent occupied by John C. Scott: being about 44 Feet front, on Thames-ftreet, and 182 Feet deep; together with a Store ftanding on Wanton’s Wharf. – The Conditions will be made known at the Time and Place of Sale. – Poffeffion will be delivered to the Purchafer immediately. Newport, 21st, July, 1800. July 22, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) DIED.] – At Jameftown, on Sunday Morning laft, Capt. John Gardner, in the 79th Year of his Age. July 29, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) New-Bedford, July 25. On the 21ft inft. arrived in town, Capt. Andrew Gardner, late mafter of the fhip Rebecca, of this port – He informs, that the Rebecca was captured (on her return from the Pacific ocean, fully loaded, with fperm oil) on the 14th of June, in lat. 24. 30. lon. 50. By a French privateer, from Guadaloupe (the fame which made the numerous captures mentioned in our paper of the 27th ult.) Capt. Gardner and all hands, excepting one white and three black men, were taken on board the privateer, and two days afterwards put on board the fchooner Atlantic, of Wifcaffet, bound to St. Kitts with lumber, together with the other Americans on board, making 30 in the whole. The privateer had during her cruife captured fourteen American veffels, the laft was the brig William, of Baltimore bound to Barbados. L Accounts have been received, that the Rebecca has been retaken by the an Englifh privateer, and arrived at Liver! pool, N.S. Sailed – July 23, floop Freelove & Polly, Mofher, for Nova-Scotia, with Capt. Gardner, and one of the owners of the fhip Rebecca, of this port, lately taken by the French and retaken by the Englifh, as mentioned above. July 30, 1800 Providence Journal and Town and Country Advertiser (Providence, RI), July 31, 1800 United States Chronicle (Providence, RI) SALEM, July 24. A letter from Captain Richard Gardner, of the fhip Hazard, of this port, dated Tenneriffe, May 27, informs: That he has feen and converfed with the Captain of a French national brig, which had been chafed in there, direct from Breft, bound to the Ifls of France – who informed, that Peace had been concluded between France and America – that the American flag was flying at Breft – that his orders were particular not to interrupt unarmed neutrals, i.e. veffels without commiffions, and poftive, not to moleft any American veffel whatever – and that prize veffels had been purchafed by the Amerians at the different ports in France, in order if was suppofed to come home in. This intelligence the French captain certified in the prefence of the new French Conful (who Capt. Gardner fpeaks of in refpectable terms) to be the! truth – and the Conful affixed the feal of the Republic to the declaration, and gave it to Capt. Gardner. – The brig left Breft about the laft of April, on the firft of May, and was bound to the Ifle of France with new Commiffioners and difpatches from the Firft Conful, which the Commiffioners affured Capt. G. (on their honor) contained declarations of peace and good will toward the America flag. Capt. Gardner adds – “I am really inclined to think it is Peace.” (Such are the contradictions on the fubject of our peading negotiations with France, and fo deficient are we of official information, that it only remains for us to prefent to the public fuch articles as we receive, however different.) August 2, 1800 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) “A Capt. Gardner, who fome years fince ran away with a veffel belonging to John Brown, Efq; has been murdered by the Malays off Borneo, who ftabbed him in his cabin while trading with them. The veffel, after the officers were cut off, for want of a navigator, was wrecked on a reef; the remaining crew all perifhed, except four men, who were faved by the veffel in which Gardner left Providence. Our maître de hotel at Macao gave me this information, and I have no reafon to doubt his veracity.” August 5, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) HAZARD & GARDNER. Can now furnish those who have flattered them with their Custom, and others, with Fresh Salad Oil, Box Figs, Box and Cask Raisins, and Zante Currants. Wholesale and Retail. July 28th. September 9, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) HAZARD & GARDNER. In Addition to their choice Assortment of Groceries – have lately received a small Invoice of Fafhionable afforted Glafs-Ware. – Also – Mace. Black Pepper by the Bag or less. New-York Brown Soap, by the Box or Do. And Genuine Essence of Spruce. August. 11. September 16, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) FOR SALE, The Houfe, lately occupied by Henry Barber, deceafed; ftanding on the Lot adjoining Mifs Mumford’s, Wafhington-Square. – To be fold, on Condition of being removed off faid Lot, without Delay. Propofals for the Purchafe, to be made to Caleb Gardner, Simeon Martin, or Walter Channing. Newport, Sept. 15, 1800. September 23, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) On the 8th inftant, departed this life, at South-Kingftown, after a long and tedious ficknefs, which fhe bore with patience and refignation, Mrs. Hannah Gardiner, Confort of Mr. Champlin Gardiner, and youngeft daughter of Capt. John Clark of Bofton, in the 22d year of her age. September 23, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) For the Benefit of the Owners and Underwriters, Will be fold at Public Auction, at Mr. Gardner’s Wharf, Newport, on Wednefday the 8th October next, for Cafh on Delivery. The Ship RUSSELL, 5 Years old, of about 330 Tons Burthen, mounting 10 Carriage Guns, with her Appurtenances, Guns, &c. as fhe now lies at faid Wharf, Alfo the CARGO of faid Ship, confifting of 1665 Bags Bourbon Coffee. 341 Bags Java Coffee. 301 Bags black Pepper. 106 Bales Cotton. GARDNER & DEAN, Auctioneers, Newport, Sept. 13, 1800. September 23, October 14, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) F O R S A L E, Five Lots of LAND, fituate in Newport, a little Eaftward of Francis Brinley’s Rope-Walk; containing from three and an half to about fix Acres each, laid out by accurate furvey – having a fpring of durable Water except at very dry feafons; fo fituated, that by means of a lane, laid out for the common ufe of all the Lots, each Purchafer will have accefs to the fpring. The above Lots will be fold at PUBLIC AUCTION, on the premifes, on the 25th Day of September next, at 10 o’Clock, A.M. if not previoufly fold. – Terms to be made known at the time and place of fale. A plan of faid lots be feen, at any Time previous to faid fale, by applying to SAMUEL F. GARDNER. Newport, Sept. 22, 1800. September 23, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) SALES AT AUCTION – On WEDNESDAY next will be sold, At GARDNER & DEAN’s Office, at X o’Clock, 20 pieces Calico – 30 pieces Stuff Goods – 10 pieces brown linen – Ribbons – Bindings – Files – Sheep Shears – Buckles – Buttons – Gloves – 4 barrells Crackers – 1 Do. Tea – a variety of Books – and fundry other articles. Newport, Sept. 22, 1800. October 21, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) RUM & ONIONS. 5 puncheons of 3d proof superior flavoured Grenada Rum. 6000 Bunches Weathersfield (Connect.) Onions, for Sale, if soon applied for, by HAZARD & GARDNER. Newport, Sept. 22, 1800. October 22, 1800 Providence Journal and Town and Country Advertiser (Providence, RI) DIED, At South-Kingftown, fuddenly, Mr. John Gardner. October 24, 1800 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) Peleg & Henry Gardner HEREBY inform their Creditors, that the purpofe to furrender to them all their Eftate, real and perfonal: They therefore requeft all Perfons having any Demands againft faid firm, to meet at the houfe of Mr. Peleg Gardner (Oon Gardner’s Neck) in Swanzey, on Thurfday the 6th of November next, for adjufting and fettling their Claims. October 16, 1800. October 28, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) PORT OF NEWPORT, Wednesday, October 22. Arrived Sloop Prudence, Gardner, from Alexandria, laden with corn. October 28, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. By the Morning-Star, Stover, from Liverpool, and Diana Breck, from London, arrived at Boston. – (The latter dates to Sept. 8th.) – And by the Two-Friends, Capt. Gardiner, arrived at New York in 39 days from London. Dates to September 9. October 29, 1800 Providence Journal and Town and Country Advertiser (Providence, RI) Certificates of their Efficacy. I certify that my daughter and fon were for fome time exceedingly ill with a moft violent jaundice, attended with a flow fever, pains in ftomach and bowels, loft appetite, yellow fkin, and great laffitude and weaknefs, infomuch that I expected they never would recover; after trying various remedies to no effect, I made ufe of Lee’s New-London Bilious Pills; then in great repute in the yellow fever in New-London. They were attended with the moft aftonifhing effects, and performed a cure greatly beyond my expectation. I ufe them in my family in all cafes where I judge the complaints proceed from inteftinal maladies, and find them to anfwer the beft of purpofes. I am convinced that I very often fave the expence of doctor’s bills, by a timely ufe of thefe pills in all ordinary complains. Signed. BENJAMIN GARDNER. New-London, Millftone Point, July, 179! 9. November 4, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) RUM & ONIONS. 5 puncheons of 3d proof superior flavoured Grenada Rum. 6000 Bunches Weathersfield (Connect.) Onions, for Sale, if soon applied for, by HAZARD & GARDNER. Newport, Sept. 22, 1800. December 2, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) For SALE, at PUBLIC AUCTION, by GARDNER & DEAN, On Wednesday, December 10, Superfine Broadcloths; Caffimeres; Muflins; Ditto Handkerchiefs; Worfted HOfe; Cambricks, &c. &c. Terms made known at the Time of Sale. Newport, December 1, 1800. December 2, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) FOR SALE, Five Lots of LAND, fituate in Newport, a little Eaftward of Francis Brinley’s Rope-Walk; containing from three and an half to about fix Acres each, laid out by accurate furvey – having a fpring of durable Water except at very dry feafons; fo fituated, that by means of a lane, laid out for the common ufe of all Lots, each Purchafer will have accefs to the frpring. A plan of faid lots maybe feen, and terms known, by applying to SAMUEL F. GARDNER. Newport, Sept. 29, 1800. December 5, 1800 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) TAILORESS, MILLENER and MANTUA MAKER. The Subfcriber has took lodgings at Capt. Edward Gardner’s, and informs the Ladies and Gentlemen in this Town, that fhe wifhes to take in Work in either of the above mentioned lines of Bufinefs: -- Or, fhe will go to their Houfes to Accommodate thofe who prefer having their Work done at Home. – Thofe who will Favor her with their Cuftom may depend on having their Work done with Neatnefs and Difpatch, and at a moderate Price. PATTY LEWIS. December 4, 1800. December 9, 16, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) To be Sold, A Two-ftory HOUSE, fituated on the Point, lately occupied by Josias Southwick, now in poffeffion of his Wife; it ftands on a Lot, which extends 100 feet on two ftreets, a good ftand for a fhop. --- For terms apply to Benjamin Gardiner, of Middletown. Newport, December 1, 1800. December 16, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) GROCERIES of a warranted good quality, and at the lowest prices, WHOLESALE & RETAL, by HAZARD & GARDNER, at their Stores, one door North of the Coffee-House, and on Steven’s Wharf, Madeira, Sherry, Lisbon, Malaga & Port } Wines. Holland Gin, West-India Rum, Cogniac & Barcelona Brandy, Anniseed Cordial, London Porter. Gunpowder, Hyson, Souchong & Bobea } Teas. Green Coffee, Rice, No. 1 & No. 2 Boston Chocolate, Almonds, Box Raisins, Zante Currants, Citron, Cloves, Nutmegs, Mace, Cassia, Black Pepper, Alspice, Ginger, English Mustard, by the lb. or bottle, West-India Cayanne, Loaf & other Sugars, Salad Oil, Anchovies, Capers by the lb.or bottle, Castile & brown Soap, Spermaceti and tallow mould Candles, Naples Hair-Powder, Poland white and ragged blue Stareb, Spanish Indigo, Havanna Segars, Fig Tobacco, Essence Spruce, Corks, Powder, Sjot, &c. Also, a small invoice of fashionable and common assorted Glass Ware. ! Ditto Brass Latches. To those who have formed themselves their customers, they tender their express thanks. ---- Transient custom will be gratefully received. Newport, Oct. 15. December 23, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) FOR SALE, The Snow MARY, burthen 100 tons and 21 feet; now laying at Captain William Wood’s wharf. – Alfo a new Cable. For further particulars enquire of SAMUEL F. GARDNER. Who has for fale 50 hogfheads of Molaffes; 15 boxes of Havanna white Sugars; and 10 boxes of brown Ditto. Newport, Dec. 15, 1800. December 30, 1800 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) SALE AT AUCTION --- On THURSDAY, Jan. 1, 1801, if fair, (if not, the first fair Day after) will be Sold, on Mr. Auchmuty’s Wharf, A quantity of PINE WOOD, in Lots of two Cords each. GARDNER & DEAN, Auctioneers. Newport, Dec. 29, 1800.

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    3. NEWSPAPERS: GARDINER/GARDNER – RHODE ISLAND 1799 January 1, 5, 8, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) To be Sold (if applied for foon) TWENTY Acres of good LAND, completely walled in, with a Row of large Buttonwood Trees on two Sides of the Lot, and a good Dwelling Houfe, 25 by 23 Feet, one Story high, completely finifhed, with a good Cellar under it, alfo a good Garden and Well of excellent Water – faid Land joins the South Ferry Land on the North Side, and Col. John Gardner’s Farm on the South Side. – the Whole of faid Land is good for plowing, grazing or meadow. Alfo, that remarkable faft-failing Boat, Nancy, that now plyes from the South-Ferry to Newport – faid boat has been lately repaired from her Keel, and is equal, if not fuperior to any new One that can be built, of her Size. The above Land and Boat will be fold on reafonable Terms, and Pay made eafy. For further Particulars inquire of JAMES GARDNER, now living at the South-Ferry. South-Kingstown, Dec. 24, 1798. January 11, 12, 19, 26, February 2, 1799 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) FRESH FLOUR. Just arrived and for Sale by Edward Gardner, A Quantity of Fresh Flour. Warren, Jan. 11. 1799. January 19, 1799 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) RHODE-ISLAND. Newport, Jan. 12. At the annual meeting of the Stockholders of the bank of Rhode-Ifland, at the ftate houfe, on Monday laft, the following Gentlemen were re-elected directors for the prefent year: -- Christopher Champlin, Peleg Clarke, George Gibbs, Caleb Gardner, George Champlin, James Robinson, Thomas Dennis, Walter Channing, Simeon Martin. And at a meeting of the directors in the evening, Christopher Champlin, was re-appointed Prefident of faid bank. March 5, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) To be SOLD, at PUBLIC VENDUE, on the 22d of March, Inftant, at the Dwelling-Houfe of Daniel Stanton, near the South-Ferry, South-Kingftown, if fair fair Weather, if not, the next fair Day, SIXTEEN COWS and three Years of Heifers; One Pair of large Oxen; Four Three Years old Stears, and a Number of running Stock; alfo feveral Horfes, of different Ages; a good Cider-Mill and Prefs; and many other valuable Articles, for which there will be a reafonable Credit given. E. R. GARDNER, V.M. South-Kingstown, March 4, 1799. March 26, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Custom-House, District of Newport, March 25. Cleared, Brig Enterprize, Gardner, for Baltimore. March 26, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) For Sale by BENJAMIN HILL, On Capt. Caleb Gardner’s Wharf, FRESH Superfine and Common Flour. Likewife good Frefh Pilot and Common SHIP BREAD, as cheap as any imported of equal Quality. Newport, March 26, 1799. April 2, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Admiralty-Office, Dec. 25. Copy of a letter from Capt. Keats, of his Majesty’s ship the Boadicca, to Vice-Admiral Sir Allan Gardner, Bart. BOADICEA, at Sea, Dec. 9. I have the honour to inform you, that a fhip privateer, named the Invincible Buonaparte, mounting 20 guns (12 and 18-pounders) with a crew of 170 men, of various nations, quite new, 16 days from Bourdeaux, and never having made any capture, was this day taken by his Majefty’s fhip Boadicea. I have the honor to be, &. R. G. KEATS, Vice-Admiral Sir Alan Gardner, Bart. April 2, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Newport, April 2. …. Yefterday arrived here the Ship Hazard, Capt. Gardner, belonging to Salem, from Malaga, laft from Gibraltar, in 34 Days. On the 28th ult. Capt. Gardner took up the Crew of the Brig Abigail, Capt. White, from Antigua, bound to New-York. They had been overfet in a Gale of Wind on the 18th, and loft their Captain. April 9, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Custom-House, District of Newport, April 9. Entered, Ship Hazard, Gardner, from Alicaut. Cleared, Sloop Little Mary, Gardiner, for St. Thomas’s. April 9, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Sales at Auction. On THURSDAY, 11th April, at TEN o’Clock, at GARDNER & DEAN’S, viz. SUPERFINE Broadcloths – Common Ditto – Black Modes – Pocket Handerchiefs – Ribbons – Fine India Muflins – Two Trunks Morocco Shoes – Shawls and Muflin Handkerchiefs – Calicoes and Chintzes – Cotton Stockings – Coloured Threads –Mens’, Womens’, and Boys’ Hats – Tapes and Bindings – Shovels and Spades – Fans – and fundry other Articles in the Fancy Line. – Alfo Houfhold Furniture, &c. Conditions at Time of Sale. Newport, April 9, 1799. April 20, 1799 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) WARREN, Saturday, April 20. At the annual meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of this town, at the find of the Spread Eagle, on Wednefday laft, Joseph Adams, Efq. Was chofen Moderator, and the following perfons to fill the feveral Offices of the town, the year enfuing, viz. …. …. …. Surveyor of Highway and Fence-Viewers, Benjamin Cole, Benj. Saunders, Philip Gardner. April 20, 1799 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) Newport, March 12. Arrived, fhip Juno, W. Clark, from a South Sea whale voyage of 27 months, -- has obtain 1200 bbls. Fp. And 50 wh. Oil. Nov 29 on the coaft of Brazil, Capt. Clark had one of his boats ft__re by a whale, and the mate, Benjamin Gardner, being thrown into the air, fell on an oar, and had one of his thighs broken; it was fet, and he is in a fair way of recovery. – After having attempted to put into St. Salvadar for __refhments, Capt. Clark was under the neceffity of bearing away for Rio Janeiro, where he arrived the 24th Jan. and was treated very politely by the Port ___ - failed again 4th Feb. ….. …. ….. ….. April 30, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) CONTRACTS Will be entered into, by the under-written Committee, for building the LONG-WHARF in Newport, and for which sealed Proposals will be received by them until the 10th May next, for supplying and executing the following Articles; and the lowest Terms will have the Preference, on giving Security for the faithful Performance of the Contract, viz. 1ft. PROPOSALS for furnifhing Two Thoufand Cords of good Stone, for Wall-building, of the ufual Size; and Two Hundred Cords, to meafure from 2 to 3 Feet wide each Stone, and 3 to 6 Feet long, and from 10 to 15 Inches thick, delivered at faid Wharf, and meafured by the Perch in the Wall, as laid by the Wall-Makers. 2d. Propofals for laying 460 Feet of Wall on the North Side, of 3 Feet thicknefs at Bottom at the Eaft End, and 6 Feet at the Weft End, to have a fquare Face and flope One Inch to a Foot; the average Height about 5 Feet. – For laying 460 Feet of Wall on the South ! Side, of 3 Feet thicknefs at Bottom at Eaft End, and 6 Feet at Weft End, to have a fquare Face and flope One Inch to a Foot; the average Height about 9 Feet. 3d. Propofals for filling up Solid, between the Two Walls, from the Foundation to the Top of the Plate, as the Wharf fhall be finifhed; either for the whole Length of the Wall, or in Divifions of 50 or 100 Feet, with a fufficient Quantity of Sea-Weed againft the Walls, and the Refidue with Gravel or Earth. 4th. Propofals for furnifhing and building the Head of faid Wharf with good Cheftnut-Timber, of at leaft One Foot Diameter at the fmall End; the Length of the Work to be 100 Feet and 60 Feet wide, to be fquared and clofe-jointed above low Water Mark, and fquare Caps or Plates of 16 Inches wide. 5th. Proposals for furnifhing and laying Plates with fufficient Land-Tyes for the whole Length of both Walls – to fay 1800 Feet running Meafure; for Plates of 16 Inches fquare, and round Timber; for Pofts and Tyes 4! 000 Feet running Meafure, from 9 to 18 Inches Diameter. The C! ontracto rs to have the Privilege of taking Sea-Weed, Gravel, and Stones, from Coafter’s-Harbour; and from Goat-Ifland, Gravel, Sand and Sea-Weed. Caleb Gardner, Samuel Vernon, jun., John L. Boss, Thomas Dennis, Silas Dean, Committee. Newport, April 22, 1799. May 7, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) On Thurfday Morning both Houfes met in Grand Committee for the Choice of civil and military Officers for the enfuing Year, when the following Gentlemen were duly elected. … …Justices of the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Newport: Conftant Taber, Efq; Chief, Benjamin Gardiner, Efq; 2d, Perez Richmond, Efq; 3d, William Anthony, Efq; 4th, Nichoas Carr, Efq; 5th. ….. ….. ….. ….. Clerks of the Courts of Common Pleas. Washington, Samuel E. Gardiner, Efq. May 9, 1799 United States Chronicle (Providence, RI) Providence, May 9, ’99. Lift of Judges, &c. elected at the late Seffion of the General Affembly of this State. … …. Conftant Taber, Efq, Chief, Benj. Gardner, Efq, 2d, Perez Richmond, Efq. 3d, William Anthony, Efq. 4th, Nicholas Carr, Efq, 5th. Juftice of the Court of Common Pleas and General Seffions of the Peace, within and for the County of Newport. … …….. Clerks of the Court of Common Pleas, and General Seffions of the Peach. For the County of Newport, Robert Rogers, Efq. Provicence, James Fenenr, Efq, Wafhington, Samuel E. Gardner, Efq. Briftol, Richard Smith, jun. Efq, Kent, Hopkins, Cooke, Efq. May 18, 1799 Weekly Companion; and the Commercial Centinel (Newpor, RI) To be Sold, A Faft Sailing Deck Boat, only two years old, Remarkably ftrong built, will anfwer either for Coafting or Mackarel fifhery. For terms apply to the Owner on board, at Gardner’s Wharf. Newport, May 10th, 1799. May 11, 18, 25, 1799 Weekly Companion; and the Commercial Centinel (Newport, RI), May 21, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Honorable General Affembly of the State of Rhode-Ifland, &c. to be holden at Newport, in faid State, on the firft Wednefday of May, A.D. 1798. Humbly Sheweth, Your Petitioners, Samuel J. Potter, George Brown, Rowland, Brown, Benjamin Robinfon, Benjamin Howland, Rowfe Babcock, Chriftopher R. Perry, Jofeph Stanton, and Jofhua Perry, that they have been encouraged by divers Perfons in this State, particularly in the County of Wafington, to run a Stage-Coach from Eaft-Greenwich to Pawcatuck Bridge, there to meet a Stage from New-London, and returning to and from Providence; and that for the Accommodation of Paffengers to and from New-London to Newport, that a Stage run from the South-Ferry to Little-Reft Hill and back the Days that the Stage from Greenwich to Pawcatuck pafs to and from each place, to forward Paffengers that wifh to pafs and repafs to an! d from Newport Weftward: -- But your Petitioners, taking the Matter into Confideration, find that in the prefent State of the Roads the Line of Stages muft run at a very great Expence, and the Paffengers at their firft running be but few, owing chiefly to the Roughnefs of the Ways. Wherefore your Petitioners humbly pray your Honours to take the Matter into your wife Confideration, and as they are the firft Adverturers in this arduous Bufinefs, and the Utility it will be to the Public, by having to eafy a Way of Tranfportation, and grant to your Petitioners, their Heirs and Affigns, the exclufive Right of running a Stage or Stages for the Tranfportation of Paffengers, between the faid Town of Eaft-Greenwich and Pawcatuck, or between (except it be Carriages owned by private Perfons, and except for the Tranfportation of their own Families only) for the Term of Twenty Years; and they as in Duty bound will ever pray. Rowse Babcock, Rowland Brown, Benjamin Robinson, Benjamin H! owland, George Brown, C. R. Perry, Joseph Stanton, jun. South! -Kingsto wn, April 25, 1798 ------- And we the Subfcribers, being fenfible of the Utility of fuch an Undertaking, join in the Prayer of the foregoing Petition. Sylvester Robinson, John Waite, Christopher Robinson, Elisha R. Potter, F. Perry, James Perry, Francis Hazard, Elisha R. Gardner, William Brown, Warren Gardner, Thomas Holden, John Hagadorn, John Hazard, jun., D. Lyman. May 21, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) To be Sold, At PUBLIC VENDUE, At Mr. Townsend’s Coffee-Houfe, on THURSDAY, 23d Inft. at 11 o’Clock, A.M. TWO HOURSES, both of them fuitable for the Draught. GARDNER & DEAN, Auct’rs. Newport, May 14, 1799. June 8, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) All Perfons indebted to the Eftate of Amos Gardner, late of South-Kingftown, deceafed, are requefted to call and fettle the fame before the 10th Day of July next; otherwife their refpective Accounts will be put in the Hands of an Attorney, without Difcrimination. AMOS GARDNER, Executor. South-Kingstown, June 14, 1799. June 11, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) June 11. Tuefday laft being the Anniverfary Election of Town-Officers, the following Perfons where chofen to the Offices prefixed to their Refpective Names, to wit: … …. Town-Council, Thomas Freebody, Prefident; George Sears, William Tew, John Gardner, and Samuel Vinfon…. …. …. Vendue-Masters, John Gardner, Thomas Howland, Silas Dean, and John Thurfton… …. ….. Town Audit, Caleb Gardner, George Sears, and Samul Sanford. June 15, 1799 Providence Gazette, (Providence, RI) Lift of American and Britifh veffels which failed from Martinico May 16, St. Chriftopher’s May 21, and St. Thomas’ May 25, under convoy of the fhip George Wafhington, and brig Pickering. …. …. …. Little Marcy, Gardner, Havanna. … …. June 15, 1799 Weekly Companion; and the Commercial Centinel (Newport, RI) The General Affembly of this State will finifh their June Seffion this day. – The following gentlemen have been elected in office for the year enfuing. Peleg Arnold, Efq. Chief, Ezekiel Gardner, Efq. 2d, Walter Cooke, Efq. 3d, Jofhua Bicknell, Efq. 4th, Thomas Holden. Efq, 5th. Juftice of the Supreme Judicial Court of the State of Rhode Ifland, &c. June 22, 1799 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) On Friday afternoon both Houfes, in grand committee, proceeded to the election of Juftices of the Supreme Judicial Court, when The Hon. Peleg Arnold, Efq; was unanimoufly re-elected Chief Justice. The Votes for fecond Juftice were as follow: Ezekiel Gardner, jun. Efq; 57 - James Rhodes, Efq; 17 – Majority 40 .. … ……. …… July 2, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) All Perfons indebted to the Eftate of Amos Gardner, late of South-Kingftown, deceafed, are requefted to call and fettle the fame before the 10th Day of July next; otherwife their refpective Accounts will be put in the Hands of an Attorney, without Difcrimination. Amos Gardner, Executor. South-Kingtown, June 14, 1799. July 13, 1799 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) Lift of Letters remaining in the Poft-Office at Providence, June 30, 1799. George Gardner. July 39, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) The following is a Lift of the Merchant Ships and Veffels convoyed from Havanna, by the United States Ship General Greene and Brig South-Carolina. Sloop Little Mary, Gardiner, Newport. July 30, August 6, 27, September 17, October 1, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) SAMUEL F. GARDNER, Has for Sale, at his Store on the South Side of the Red Market. A Handfome Affortment of Englifh and India Goods; Hyfon, Souchong, and Bohea Teas, by the Dozen or Pound; Raifins by the Jar or Cafk; Chocolate, Nutmegs, Alfpice, and other Spices; Sugar by Box or Barrel; Molaffes by Hogfhead or Gallon; Weft-India and New England Rum by Hogfhead or Gallon; Porter by Cafk or Dozen; Flour by Barrel; Rice byCafk; 600 Bufhels Salt; 120 Quintals of dried Codfifh; Soap by the Box, Paper by the Ream; Starch by the Hundred or Pound; Sole Leather by the Hundred Weight, or Side, and Calf-fkins; a Variety of Cutlery and Hardware; a good Affortment of Iron Ware and Nails; Cotton; Cheefe; Coffee, and a Variety of other Articles, too numerous to be detailed within the Limits of an Advertifement. Newport, July 29, 1799. August 1, 1799 United States Chronicle (Providence, RI) LONDON, June 1. …. …. There can be no doubt that the Miniftry believe, that the Breft fleet has gone to the Meditterranean, for an order has been fent to Lord Bridport to detach twelve fhips, which, together with four others, are immediately to proceed under the command of Sir Alan Gardner to reinforce Lord St. Vincent, and enable him to purfue the enemy into the Mediterranean, without raifing the blockade of the port of Cadiz. … … … August 20, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Sales at Auction. On FRIDAY, 23d Inftant, will be SOLD at GARDNER & DEAN’s Office, at 10 o’Clock, A.M. – the following GOODS, viz. TWO Hundred Pieces Nankeens – 30 Pieces tambour’d and plain Muflin – 50 Pieces Sheeting Ditto – 15 Pieces Moreens and Durants – 20 Pieces Jeans – 50 lbs. white and colour’d Thread – 20 Boxes China – 1 Piece Carpeting – 10 Pieces Velvets and Thickfets – Chintz Shawls – India Sattins – Calicoes – 1 Box Hats. And fundry other Articles. Conditions at Time of Sale. Newport, August 20, 1799. September 7, 1799 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) Newport, Sept. 3. …. …. …. Ship Liberty, Pollard, New-York, waiting for permiffion from Madrid to enter; fhip Sally, Endicott, Salem, bound to Weft Indies; brig Ceres, Cutts, Portfmouth (NH) lying 40 days quarantine; fhip Francis and Mary, Baltimore, from Lifbon, prize to a French cruifes; fhip Commerce, Gardner, do. from do. with fpecie, prize to do. ……. …. …. September 10, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Custom-House, District of Newport, Sept. 9. Cleared, Ship Glafden, Gardiner, for Port Paggage in Spain. September 14, 1799 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) ENGLAND, London, July 9. Sir Alan Gardner is coming home with Lord Nelfon’s prizes, he failed from Lifbon the day before the Packet which arrived on Tuefday. September 17, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) The degree of Bachelor of Arts was conferred for the following young gentlemen, alumni of the College: Whipple Aldridch, P. L. Armand Auboyneau, Elifaeus Ball, Allen Bourne, Jofhua Bradley, Jeremiah Chaplin, Thomas Cochran, Nathan F. Dixon, Zechariah Eddy, Wood Furman, Aaron Gardner, Franklin, Greene, Galen Hicks, Jonathan P. Hitchcock, Phinehas Johnfon, Lemuel LeBaron, Judah A. McClellan, John Pitman, Zechariah Soule, Abraham B. Story, James Thompfon, Alvan Tobey; Daniel Turner and William H. Williams. September 18, 1799 Providence Journal and Country Advertiser (Providence, RI) Important. By the Two Friends, Capt. Gardner, arrived at New-York, in 46 Days from London. October 5, 19, 1799 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) Lift of Letters remaining in the Poft-Office at Providence, Sept. 30, 1799. ….. James Gardner. October 15, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Sales at Auction. To be SOLD, at AUCTION on Thursday, 17th Inft. at GARDNER & DEAN’s OFFICE, At XI o’Clock, One HORSE and CHAISE, One Milch COW. Newport, Oct. 15, 1799. October 22, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) MARRIED.] On Sunday Evening laft, by the Rev. Mr. Dehon, Caleb Gardner, Efq; to Mifs Mary Collis, youngeft Daughter of the late Governor Collins. October 26, 1799 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) MARRIED.] – At Newport, Caleb Gardner, Efq; to Mifs Mary Collins, youngeft daughter of the late Governor Collins. September 24, October 29, November 5, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) SAMUEL F. GARDNER, Has for Sale, at his Store on the South Side of the Red Market, A Handfome Affortment of Englifh and India Goods; Hyfon, Souchong and Bohea Teas, by the Dozen or Pound; Raifins by the Jar or Cafk; Chocolate, Nutmegs, Alfpice, and other Spices; Sugar by Box or Barrel; Molaffes by Hogfhead or Gallon; Weft-India and New-England Rum by Hogfhead or Gallon; Porter by Cafk or Dozen; Flour by Barrel; Rice by Cafk; 600 Bufhels Salt; 120 Quintals of dried Codfifh; Soap by the Box; Paper by the Ream; Starch the Hundred or Pound; Sole Leather by the Hundred Weight, or Side, and Calf-fkins; a Variety of Cutlery and Hardware; a good Affortment of Iron Ware and Nails; Cotton; Cheefe; Coffe; and a Variety of other Articles, too numerous, to be detailed within the Limits of an Advertifement. Newport, July 29, 1799. December 3, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) MARRIED.] – Sunday Evening laft, by the Rev. Mr. Dehon, Benjamin Gardiner, Efq; of Middletown, to Mifs Amy Ann Coggefball, of this Town, Daughter of late Daniel Coggefhall, Efq. December 4, 1799 Providence Journal and Town and Country Advertiser (RI) Schooner Hiram, Gardner, from Chefter (Mary.) to Barbados. December 10, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) One Cent Reward. RAN AWAY from the Subfcriber, on the 8th inft. an indented Apprentice, by the Name of JOSIAS A. GARDNER, about 16 Years of Age, light Complexion, fhort Hair, about five Feet high; had on when he went away, a blue Jacket and Trowfers. This is to caution all Perfons from harbouring or trufting faid Runaway --- and all Captains of Veffels from fhipping or taking him on board, as they would anfwer the Penalty of the Law. JOHN BARBER. Newport, Nov. 19, 1799. December 10, 24, 1799 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) One Cent Reward. RAN away from the Subfciber, on the Night of 24th October laft, an Indian Girl, named Abigail Lewis – She is of light Complexion, is about 17 Years of Age, near 5 Feet in Height, and middling thick; -- wore away a black Felt Hat, a light Chintz Robe, and a blue Moreen Skirt, and carried away with her all her other wearing Apparel. Whoever will take her up, and deliver her to me, fhall have One Cent Reward, but no Charges. SAMUEL GARDNER. Hopkington, Oct. 26, 1799. December 11, 18, 1799 Providence Journal and Town and Country Advertiser (Providence, RI) Four Dollars Reward. STRAYED or ftolen from the fubcriber, a black MARE, about fourteen hands and an half high, and four years old. Said mare has a white fpot on her forehead, and a white fpot near the left fhoulder – has large ears and thin mane, and is a natural trotter. Whoever will take up faid mare, and return her to the fubfcriber, fhall receive the above reward, and all neceffary charges paid. HULAND GARDINER. 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    3. NEWSPAPERS: GARDINER/GARDNER – RHODE ISLAND 1798 January 20, 1798 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) … …. A part of the channel fleet, confifting of nine fhips of the line, a fifty gun fhip, and fome frigates, under the command of Vice-Admiral Sir Alan Gardner, is now refitting at Plymouth. This fquadron, we underftand, is deftined to cruize off Ireland, while a formidable fleet cruizes off the Englifh coaft. March 20, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) LONDON, December 22. Admiral Sir Alan Gardner leaves town on Tuefday next, to take on him the command of the fquadron for the protection of Ireland. A part of Sir Alan Gardner’s fleet has arrived off the cove of Cork. The whole will confift of 12 fail of the line and frigates, with thofe under the command of Admiral Kingfmill, being five of the line, feveral frigates, armed brigs, cutters &c. his naval force will be perfectly capable of refitting any fleet of tranfports that the enemy can procure, for an invafion of Ireland. April 17, 1798 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) List of Letters remaining in the Poft Office at Providence, March 31, 1798. … …. Aaron Gardner. May 1, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Custom-House, Diftrict of Newport, May 1. Entered, Sloop Liberty, Gardner, from Africa. May 2, 1798 Weekly Companion; and the Commercial Centinel (Newport, RI) Lift of Members of the Houfe of Reprefentatives. … …. … Middleton, Benjamin Gardner, William Taggart. May 8, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Deputies to reprefent the feveral towns. … …. …… Middletown, Benjamin Gardner, William Taggart. May 12, 1798 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) Providence, May 12. At the late Seffion of the General Affembly, the following Gentlemen were chofen to the Offices affixed to their refpective Names, viz. … …. …. Clerks of the Courts of Common Pleas. Wafhington, Samuel E. Gardner. May 17, 1798 United States Chronicle (Providence, RI) Providence, May 16. On Wednefday; the 2d Inftant, the General Election was held at Newport, when the following Gentlemen were elected to the Offices annexed to their refpective Names, viz. … …. …. Clerks of the Courts of Pleas. For the County of Wafhington, Samuel E. Gardner, Efq. May 17, 1798 United States Chronicle (Providence, RI) NEW-YORK, May 7. On Saturday arrived here the fchooner Valedore, capt. Gardner, 33 days from Gibraltar – fhe failed in company with the brig Commerce, of and for this port, under an Englifh convoy with one regiment of troops bound to Lifbon. June 9, 1798 Weekly Companion; and the Commercial Centinel (Newport, RI) Marine Intelligence. Thursday, 31. – Sloop Good Intent, Gardner, 17 days from the Havanna. June 9, 1798 Weekly Companion; and the Commercial Centinel (Newport, RI) At a Town Meeting held at the State-Houfe Newport, Tuefday, June the 5th, 1798, at 11 o’Clock, A.M. Archibald Crary, chofen Moderator. Jonathan Almy, Townclerk. … …. … .. Town-Council Men. Thomas Freebody, George Sears, William Tew, John Gardner, Edward Simmons, and Samuel Vinfon. … … … …. Vendue Mafters. John Gardner, Thomas Howland, Silas Dean and John Thurfton. … …. …. …. Town Audit. Caleb Gardner, George Sears, and Samuel Sanford. …. …. …. FIRE WARDS. Thomas Freebody, George Champlin, Caleb Gardner, Francis Malbone, Thomas G. Pitman, John L. Bofs, Oliver r. Warner, George Gibbs, Robert Taylor, John Slocum, Daniel Lyman, and Samuel Veroon, jun. … …. …. …. July 3, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Public Auction. To be fold, on Thursday, July 5th at 10 o’Clock A.M. at GARDNER & DEAN’s Auction Room. A Number of Sheets, Shirts, Blankets, Straw Beds, Mattreffes, Bolfters, Woollen Caps, Great Coats, Napkins, and Table Cloths. Alfo, a Quantity of Tin and Iron Ware – Two Anchors, and one of 4000 an one of 1200 Weight. Newport, July 2, 1798. July 31, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) DIED.] At North Kingfton, Mr. Thomas Gardner (Son of Richard) in the 24th Year of his Age. August 4, 1798 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) DIED.] At Somerfet (Maf.) Col. Samuel Gardner, aged 82 Years. September 15, 1798 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) Diftrict of Providence, Sept. 14. Inward Entries, Sloop Hunter, Gardner, from New-York. September 18, 25, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) To be Sold, at Public Vendue, at the Dwelling-Houfe of Abiel Brown, on the firft Monday of October next (if fair Weather, if not the next fair Day). All the Perfonal Eftate that Jeremiah Brown, late of South-Kingfton died fiezed of, confifting of Household Furniture, fuch as Beds and Bedding, with many other valuable Articles: -- Alfo many Articles of Farming Utensils; for which Sixty Days Credit will be given with approved Security. Elisha R. Gardner, V.M. South-Kingston, Sept. 12, 1798. September 25, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) Deaths in Philadelphia from the 15th to the 19th laft, inclufice – 291. – At New London, Dr. Elihu Marvin – Mr. Jeffery Gardiner. October 2, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) NEWPORT, October 2. The Brig Raingow, of New-York, Capt. Gardner, arrived here Yefterday, in 64 Days from Gottenburg. Capt. Gardner fpoke a Brtifh Frigate August 5th, and two others August 11th, the Captains of which informed him that the second in Command of Buonaparte’s Squadron had been taken by Admiral Nelson. – This is probably an Amplification of the reported Capture of reported Capture of Tallien, on his Way to join Buonaparte. Capt. Gardner fpoke Lat. 44:51 N. Long 48, W. Sept. 9th the Ship Franklin, of Boston, E. Chafee, Mafter, 72 Days out from St. Petersburg, who failed in Company with the Sip Minerva, of N. Bedford, bound to New-York; Ship America, Henshaw, of N.York – the Ship Joseph, Phelps, to fail in 4 Days for N. York; Ship John Ingraham, to fail in 8 Days for Charleston; Ship Sally, Lovell, to fail in 12 Days for Boston; Ship Lucy, Weeks, for Ditto; Ship Four Sisters, for Beverly; Ship Nepture, W! est, to fail in 12 Days for Providence; Brig Neptue, to fail in 10 Days for Salem; and a Number of other Veffels. Names unknown. Capt. Gardner failed in Company with the Brig Mary, of Boston, Capt. Hall. October 9, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) SALE AT AUCTION, On Thurfday the 11th Inftant, at 11 o’Clock, on Lopez’s Wharf – A Parcel of Tar and Pitch, and a fmall Quantity of Corn and Rice. GARDNER & DEAN, Auct. Newport, October 9, 1798. October 11, 1798 United States Chronicle (Providence, RI) … …. The Two Friends, Gardiner, from N.Y. paffed Gravefend, July 26. November 10, 1798 Herald of the United States (Warren, RI) Warren. The American fhip Cothier, Capt. Gardner, has arrived at Liverpool, after having a fevere action with a French privateer of fuperior force. It is faid, that the privateer ftruck to the American. November 10, 1798 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) … …. Benjamin Gardner, Efq; was chofen 2d Juftice of the Court of Common Pleas, &c. for the County of Newport. November 24, 1798 Providence Gazette (Providence, RI) PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 12. Dr. Logan arrived in town on Saturday evening, and is faid to have fet off for Trenton yefterday morning, with dispatches of which he is the bearer from the French Directory. Capt. Gardner, of the Perfeverence, was in Paris the fame time with Dr. Logan. He ftates, that the raifing of the embargo is to be imputed foley to the influsure of the Doctor – that the Directory had determined to fend out a mnifter with overtures to the United States, and to continue the embargo in the harbours of France, __ the anfwer of our government fhould be known. – But on his arrival at the whole tenor of their conduct, as by the force of electricity, was fuddendly changes – the embargo was taken off – and Dr. Logan embarked immediately with Capt. Gardner for the United States. As far as we can truft recollection, the above is the fubftance of the converfation which took place on Saturday eveni! ng in the coffee-houfe, between Capt. Gardner and feveral gentelemen of this city. – It is, however, deficient in one refpect, and, without attempting to implicate the veracity or intentions of Capt. Gardner, is, we think, intended to imprefs a wrong opinion with regard to the origin and refult of the Doctor’s miffion to France. Thefe are points, which is a few weeks or dahys will probably receive the fulleft elucidation – and on which we fhall content ourfelves gy remarking, that the arrete, raifing the embargo on American Veffels, was dated the 16th of Auguft, and that the firft notice we find of the envoy was on the 20th or 21ft of that month. (The Paris Editor, after announcing his arrival, fays, “ the brave Logan dined with the Prefident of the Directory yefterday;” – and fome days after, “Mr. Logan is not the envoy of the United States, but the envoy of thofe ftates favourable to the French interefts in America.”) The Doctor did not arrive in France! until feveral days after the paffing of ___ arrete. Eve! ry attem pt to violate or leffen the Sovereign authority, ought to be confidered as ___ to the liberties and independence of America. If Dr. Logan has acted as the ___ miffionary of any fet of men in the United States, and by treating in their name endeavoured to revide the mortal and expir__ poifon of anarchy and divifion in our country – we hope he will meet with every _____ of indignation from Americans, which fuch conduct muft naturally excite. If __ wifh to eternize the exiftence of our liberties, and of our conftitution, we muft ____ round the ftandard of our government – and of our government alone. Capt. Gardner fays, he firmly believes that more than one half of the prefent French council of five hundred, is compofed of owners, or part owners of privateers! What a precious fet of Legiftators! December 8, 1798 Newport Mercury (Newport, RI) SALES AT AUCTION. At GARDNER & DEAN’s Office, To-morrow at 10 o’Clock, TWENTY Barrels Ship Bread – 10 Ditto Beans – 10 Cafk Rice and Tar – 1 Watch – 3 Cafks Wine – and fundry other Articles. Dec. 18, 1798.

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