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Researching family of Andrew Gardner mid 1850's
Posted by: Ross Frazier (ID *****8041) Date: June 14, 2012 at 06:46:10
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We are attempting to resolve the family history of the family of Andrew Gardner and Mary Ann. The 1870 census shows this family living in Cambria Co. One son, John was listed as be 17 years old.

This John is believed to have married one Jessie J. About 1880 as per found in the 1880 census living in Johnstown, Cambria county. This marriage produced one son, George Gardner, 1880/1881. Now for Jessie J Gardner.

In 1888 is found a marriage license of Jessie and Edward W Morgan of Alleghany County. Date of marriage 12 Apr 1888.

The 1900 census shows Jessie and Edward living in Braddock. The family now has Edward, Jessie, George Gardner. and E Herbert Morgan age 11. We are trying to find the parent of Jessie and any descendants. Herbert died in 1901 as a 12 yeard old, and Jessie died in in 1904. No info for George has not been found since 1900.

Edward died in 1939 Edward, Jessie and Herbert are buried in Braddock Cemetery Locust Street. Edward is a great uncle to this poster. Any information regarding this family would be appreciated.



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