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Gardner, Hill, Garrison, Bowles and Durham
Posted by: Penney Griffin (ID *****6908) Date: February 04, 2006 at 14:41:15
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Marriage Date:21 Dec 1897

Looking for descendants and ancestors of William H. Gardner of Georgia.
He married Sarah. They are found in 1850 and 1860 Clarke County Athens Georgia Census Records. I believe I have also found them in Madison County Georgia in 1820 and 1830.

In 1850 census William 45 yrs old and Sarah was 40 had the following children:
Issac 17, Robert 16, Francis 10, John 8, Silas 6, and Samuel 1.

Found Silas Gardner in CSA Company C, 44th Infantry Regiment Georgia

Found William 60 in 1870 Athens census living with John 26 and John wife Violet A Walker. 24 and their children Willie 10, John 5, Robert 3 and Henry 1 .

1880 Clarke County Athens census Samuel 31 married Selina 37. They had the following children;
Lawrence 8, Otis 3 Then in the 1900 census , Mable 17, Hershel 13

Otis Gardner in Hall County 1930 census. He is wife May 38, and children H.W. Male 26, another son Oto who is 18. Daughter Picolla 17,

1930 Fulton County census Hershel married Ona May Smith
They had the following children: Evelyn, Harold, Bernice and Julian

Georgia counties family possibly resided in: Madison, Greene, Jackson, Walton, Barrow, Gwinnett, Fulton, Campbell, Fayette.
Any information on any of these families would be greatly appreciated. I love to share.

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