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201 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Swartz, Jean Ellen (I10031)
 
202 (Research):Alexius QUEEN
Francis QUEEN
Charles QUEEN b: 1826
Theodore QUEEN
Marcellina QUEEN
Rose QUEEN 
Boarman, Mary Ann (I7921)
 
203 (Research):Anamoose, ND Paetz, Frances (I6251)
 
204 (Research):Ancestry.com
U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles
Name: «tab»Jeremiah Chester Donahower
Age at enlistment: «tab»24
Enlistment Date: «tab»7 May 1861
Rank at enlistment: «tab»2nd Lieut
State Served: «tab»Minnesota
Survived the War?: «tab»Yes
Service Record: «tab»Commissioned an officer in on 05 Jul 1861.
Promoted to Full Captain on 20 Jun 1862.
Mustered out on 12 Jul 1864.
Birth Date: «tab»abt 1837
Sources: «tab»Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars 1861-65
Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the US: Biographical Sketches
Union Blue: History of MOLLUS
Photo from Minnesota Historical Society Collection 
Donahower, Jeremiah Chester (I8726)
 
205 (Research):Ancestry.com ~ Chapman and related families
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/9138419/person/-847784501 
Chapman, Lloyd Everett (I8908)
 
206 (Research):Ancestry.com. Kentucky Marriage Records, 1852-1914 [database on-line].
Name: «tab»Lattie Maddox
Age: «tab»19
Est. Birth Year: «tab»abt 1889
Birth Location: «tab»Casey
Residence: «tab»Casey
Spouse Name: «tab»Finley Griffin
Spouse Age: «tab»23
Est. Spouse Birth Year: «tab»abt 1885
Marriage Date: «tab»20 Jan 1908
Marriage Location: «tab»Casey
County of Record: «tab»Casey 
Maddox, Sharlottie (I5862)
 
207 (Research):Ancestry.com. Kentucky Marriage Records, 1852-1914 [database on-line].
Name: «tab»Wm Maddox
Age: «tab»30
Est. Birth Year: «tab»abt 1877
Residence: «tab»Casey
Spouse Name: «tab»Mary Curtsinger
Spouse Age: «tab»19
Est. Spouse Birth Year: «tab»abt 1888
Spouse residence: «tab»Casey
Marriage Date: «tab»3 Jan 1907
Marriage Location: «tab»Casey
County of Record: «tab»Casey 
Maddox, William M. (I5849)
 
208 (Research):Anton J. Plathe
Anton was born March 16, 1893 in New Vienna, Iowa to parents Herman and Anna Plathe. In early 1900 the family moved to Granville, Iowa where they lived on a farm. Anton did farm work with his father and brother.
Anton married Margaret Schaul in 1915 who passed away in 1921. Aug 8 1923 he married AgnesWollschlager. To this union eight children were born. Arnold, Harvey, James, Joan, Alice, Anthony, Bernetta and Myron. Arnold lost his life in a car accident Jan 2, 1948 and James died in a plane crash while in USAF 1957.
Anton and family lived on a farm near Bellingham. For several years he was also a trucker.
On January 2nd 1948 in a serious car accident, Arnold was killed outright and Anton died the next day due to serious internal injuries. A double funeral was held January 7, 1948 at St. Michael's church and they were buried in St. Michael's cemetery. 
Plathe, Anton Joseph (I5942)
 
209 (Research):Arnold Plathe
Arnold was born August 6th, 1924, the first of eight children born to Anton and Agnes Plathe at Bellingham, Minnesota. He attended the school at Bellingham and also at St. Michael's School in Madison, Minnesota, where he finished the eighth grade. He graduated fromt he Bellingham High School.
Arnold helped his father on the farm. He liked working with machinery and all the farm work.
On January 2nd, 1948 after taking his mother and sister to Mass on First Friday, he went with his father to Graceville, Minnesota on a business trip. On the way home he was killed instantly in a serious car accident. His father was seriously injured and died the next day.
Both Arnold and his father Anton were buried January 7, 1948 in St. Michael's Cemetery. 
Plathe, Arnold Joseph (I5947)
 
210 (Research):BEISSEL, MARGARET LORRAINE CertID# 1993-MN-035298
Date of Birth: 01/20/1910 Place of Birth:OUT OF STATE
Mother Maiden Name:EISCHEN
Date of Death:12/15/1993 County of Death: ST. LOUIS 
Ahnen, Margaret (I1861)
 
211 (Research):BERNARD JELINSKI 16 Aug 1912 May 1984 53007 (Butler, Waukesha, WI Jelinski, Bernard Harold Sr. (I861)
 
212 (Research):BESSIE THOR «tab»08 Dec 1897«tab»May 1986«tab»72653 (Mountain Home, Baxter, AR)«tab»(none specified)«tab»468-30-8641«tab»Minnesota

EMIL THOR «tab»30 Jul 1893«tab»Jun 1968«tab»72653 (Mountain Home, Baxter, AR)«tab»(none specified)«tab»472-22-9146«tab»Minnesota 
Ysker, Bessie (I6090)
 
213 (Research):Billings, MT Paetz, Mathilda (I6262)
 
214 (Research):Biographical Sketch of Edward J. Nitzke from Past and Present of Buena Vista County Iowa By C.H. Wegerslev and Thomas Wallpole

Edward J. Nitzke, who is one of the younger representatives of farming interests in Buena Vista county, is the owner of one hundred and sixty acres of land, situated in Coon township. He was born May 4, 1879, a son of Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Nitzke, who are mentioned elsewhere in this volume. The son attended the district schools to the age of seventeen years and assisted int eh operation of the home farm until he established a home of his own by his marriage on the 22d of February, 1906, the lady of his choice being Miss Anna M. Grunewald, who was born in Germany, October 23, 1881, and was a little maiden of twelve years when she accompanied her parents to this country, the family home being established in Storm Lake, Iowa. The other children of the family are: Ernest, Albert, William and Fred, all of whom follow farming in Minnesota; Augustine, the wife of Chris Richter; and Bertha at home. The father died in December, 1907, but the mother still survives and makes her home in Minnesota.
Following his marriage Mr. Nitzke purchased a farm of one hundred and sixty acres in Coon township, this property having been improved by his father. With his young bride he took up his abode here and has since been actively engaged in its cultivation. He follows proactical methods in his farm work and each year his labors are rewarded by the large crops which he havests. In addition to his farm work he also gives much of his time to stock-raising, making a specialty of shorthorn cattle.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Nitzke is graced by an interesting little son, Sidney Walter, who was born June 2, 1907. Mr. Nitzke's study of the political questions and issues of the day has led him to give stalwart support to the republican party, while his religious faith is indicated by his membership in the German Methodist church. He and his wife are estimable young people, popular among a wide circle of friends, and the hospitality of their own pleasant home is enjoyed by all who enter its door. 
Nitzke, Edward (I6019)
 
215 (Research):Biography taken from the book "Memorial and Biographical Record - An Illustrated Compendium of Biography, Containing a Compendium of Local Biography, Including Biographical Sketches of Hundreds of Prominent Old Settlers and Representative Citizens of South Dakota With a Review of Their Life Work. Also a Compendium of National Biography", pages 1047-1048 published by G. A. Ogle & Co., Chicago, 1898:

David W. Donaldson is an energetic and public spirited agriculturist who resides on section 14, Spirit Lake Township, Kingsbury County, South Dakota. Mr. Donaldson was born April 1, 1826, in Orange County, New York. His parents were James and Mary (Waugh) Donaldson, both natives of Ireland. They settled in Orange County, New York at an early date and remained there until David was three years old, when they removed to New York City. David was the fourth child in a family of six - but two of whom survive, our subject and his sister, who is now Mrs. Emilie Clements and resides in Illinois. David spent nearly all of his early life in the great metropolis where he secured his education. At the age of twenty-two he went west, settling first in Michigan and later in Wisconsin and finally in Iowa, where he worked in the Dubuque mines. Not long afterward he purchased three hundred and sixty acres of good Iowa land, which he cultivated for eight years. In 1855 he removed to Minnesota and located in Mower County, where he operated a two hundred and forty acre farm until the outbreak of the war. In the year 1862 he enlisted in Company C, Twelfth United States Infantry and served for three years, during which time he participated in many sanguinary engagements, among which may be mentioned: Fredericksburg, Second Bull Run, Antietam, Mine Run and the Wilderness. Mr. Donaldson was honorably discharged on the 7th of May, 1865, with the rank of corporal. He then returned to his Minnesota home, where he carried on farming until 1882, at which time he sold his interests there and moved to Kingsbury County, Dakota. He homesteaded one hundred and sixty acres of land in section 14, Spirit Lake Township, which he has brought to a high state of cultivation and has improved it with good residence and other buildings. Mr. Donaldson is a Republican politically, and is also a well-known member of the G. A. R., being enrolled in Harvey Post at De Smet.

In 1848 Mr. Donaldson married Miss Mary Clark, who was born on the 3rd of December 1832 and is a daughter of Joseph and Sarah (Babb) Clark, of Allegany County, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson are the parents of nine children, their names and dates of birth being as follows: Clara I., May 6, 1850; James, June 29, 1852; Eliza, February 3, 1855; Sarah J., February 6, 1857; Emily, April 11, 1859; Mary, January 23, 1861; Frances E., January 16, 1863; Ella, August 24, 1866 and Georgia E., June 25, 1870. Two of the daughters, Clara and Frances E., are deceased. The former died May 4, 1875 and the latter September 22, 1863.

David Waugh Donaldson and Mary Clarke were married on September 29, 1849 in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin by Rev. Noble. 
Donaldson, David Waugh (I5182)
 
216 (Research):Birth, marriage, and death info for this individual' spouse came from an entry at Ancestry.com dated 5 Nov 2003 by Sharon Ripley Hermanson called the Adventurous Ripleys while searching under the name John McWhorter. McWhorter, Sarah (I3019)
 
217 (Research):Birth: «tab»Apr. 3, 1857
Loraine
Adams County
Illinois, USA
Death: «tab»Feb. 25, 1948
Pound
Marinette County
Wisconsin, USA

Sarah Jane GARRISON was born April 3, 1857 at Lorraine, Ill, the daughter of Daniel and Angeline HOLDEN. On January 14, 1875 she was united in marriage to Rev. James A. Garrison, at Quincy, Ill. Six children were born to them, three of whom preceded their mother in death, Mary Alice and Olive Josephine in infancy and Daniel Albert who died at the age of fifteen years at Jacksonville, Fla. While serving with the U.S. Army in the Spanish American War. The surviving children are Delphia, wife of Richard MILLER of Pound, Wis., Charles of Springfield, Ill. And Monroe Elmer of Wichita, Kans. She is also survived by a half-sister Mrs. Lillie OLLER of Mendon, Ill., and Ed Holden of Lorraine, Ill., eleven grand-children and twenty-four great-grand children and one great-great-grand child and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Garrison preceded her in death in May 1926. She grew up in the county where she was born and soon after her marriage moved to Walshville and her home was in that community for many years. In August 1942 she went to make her home with her daughter at Pound, Wis. She passed away on February 25, 1948 at 7:30 a.m. at the home of her daughter, age ninety years, ten months and twenty two days. In early life she was united with the Methodist Church and she remained a faithful member to her death. Her Christian life has been an influence in all the lives of her many descendants and friends. She remained very active for one of her age and she kept a lively interest in all her family, and will be sadly missed by all. Interment in Kirkland cemetery.

Family links:
Spouse:
James Allan Garrison (1846 - 1926)*

Children:
Olive Josephine Garrison (1877 - 1878)*
Daniel Allan Garrison (1880 - 1898)*
Charles Edgar Garrison (1884 - 1966)*

Inscription:
w/o James A. Garrison

Burial:
Kirkland Cemetery
Sorento
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Karen Simmons
Originally Created by: Dale Eccles
Record added: Jan 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46694697 
Holden, Sarah Jane (I7337)
 
218 (Research):Birth: «tab»Aug. 3, 1841
Illinois, USA
Death: «tab»Dec. 3, 1849
Illinois, USA

Died of smallpox
1850 Federal Mortality Schedule

Family links:
Parents:
John Wilson Garrison (1805 - 1890)
Mary Ann Holliday Garrison (1809 - 1888)

Inscription:
d/o J. W. & M. A. Garrison

Burial:
Kirkland Cemetery
Sorento
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Karen Simmons
Originally Created by: Dale Eccles
Record added: Jan 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46694695 
Garrison, Polly (I8905)
 
219 (Research):Birth: «tab»Dec. 4, 1845 Death: «tab»Apr. 8, 1929

Family links:
Parents:
Caleb Garrison (1817 - 1873)
Susannah Clark Garrison (1818 - 1891)
Spouse:
William J Kirkland (1845 - 1906)
Inscription:
w/o William J. Kirkland
Burial:
Kirkland Cemetery, Sorento, Montgomery County, Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Connie Thomilson / Originally Created by: Dale Eccles / Record added: Jan 15, 2010 / Find A Grave Memorial# 46729085 
Garrison, Nancy Matilda (I7355)
 
220 (Research):Birth: «tab»Jan. 7, 1846
Walshville
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA
Death: «tab»May 22, 1926
Walshville
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA

Rev. J. A. GARRISON for many years a minister in various Methodist churches in Illinois, including one at Walshville, died at his farm residence two and a half miles north of Walshville, at 2:45 Saturday afternoon. Funeral services were held this morning at the Methodist church in Walshville. Rev. McCRACKEN, a friend of many years standing, conducted the service, assisted by Rev. ANDERSON of Sorento. Interment was made at Kirkland cemetery near Sorento. A large number of friends attended the service. James Allen Garrison was born near Walshville and had resided in that vicinity all of his life. At the time of his death, he was aged 80 years, 4 months and 15 days. For many years, he was pastor of various churches but retired about six years ago on account of age and failing health. He had been an invalid for the past three or four years and when attacked by pneumonia the end came quickly. He is survived by his widow who before her marriage was Sarah Jane HOLDEN and three children, Monroe Elmer Garrison of Wichita, Kans., Charles Edgar Garrison of St. Louis, and Mrs. Richard MILLER of Kenosha, Wis. He is also survived by 13 grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Matilda KIRKLAND of Sorento. Rev. Garrison had been a member of the Modern Woodman Lodge for many years.

(James Allan Garrison was the son of Caleb Garrison and Susannah Clark of Montgomery County Illinois. Caleb's parents were Zebulon Garrison and Rebekah Allen who moved to Montgomery County from Franklin County Georgia about 1829.)

Family links:
Parents:
Caleb Garrison (1817 - 1873)
Susannah Clark Garrison (1818 - 1891)

Spouse:
Sarah Jane Holden Garrison (1857 - 1948)

Children:
Olive Josephine Garrison (1877 - 1878)*
Daniel Allan Garrison (1880 - 1898)*
Charles Edgar Garrison (1884 - 1966)*

Burial:
Kirkland Cemetery
Sorento
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Karen Simmons
Originally Created by: Dale Eccles
Record added: Jan 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46694691 
Garrison, James Allan (I7336)
 
221 (Research):Birth: «tab»Jul. 5, 1855
Death: «tab»Aug. 31, 1921

w/s Samuel McReaken

Family links:
Spouse:
Samuel McReaken (1850 - 1921)*

Burial:
Kirkland Cemetery
Sorento
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Anonymous
Originally Created by: Connie Thomilson
Record added: Jan 31, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33420668 
Garrison, Mary Jane (I7361)
 
222 (Research):Birth: «tab»Mar. 11, 1880
Walshville
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA
Death: «tab»Aug. 31, 1898
Florida, USA

Died during the Spanish-American War while in Jacksonville, FL of typhoid. His body was returned home on a train.


Family links:
Parents:
James Allan Garrison (1846 - 1926)
Sarah Jane Holden Garrison (1857 - 1948)

Inscription:
Co F 9th Ill Inf

Burial:
Kirkland Cemetery
Sorento
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Karen Simmons
Originally Created by: Dale Eccles
Record added: Jan 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46694689 
Garrison, Daniel Allan (I7344)
 
223 (Research):Birth: «tab»May 20, 1850
Death: «tab»Aug. 31, 1921

s/o J.P

Family links:
Parents:
John P. McReaken (1823 - 1899)

Spouse:
Mary J. Garrison McReaken (1855 - 1921)

Burial:
Kirkland Cemetery
Sorento
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Anonymous
Originally Created by: Connie Thomilson
Record added: Jan 31, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33420772 
McReaken, Samuel (I7362)
 
224 (Research):Birth: «tab»Nov. 16, 1809
Tennessee, USA
Death: «tab»Feb. 29, 1888

Daughter of Elliott Holliday

Family links:
Spouse:
John Wilson Garrison (1805 - 1890)

Children:
John R Garrison (1828 - 1849)*
Elliott H Garrison (1830 - 1851)*
Polly Garrison (1841 - 1849)*
William Elias Garrison (1846 - 1881)*

Note: married to JW Garrison

Burial:
Sulphur Springs City Cemetery
Sulphur Springs
Hopkins County
Texas, USA
Plot: area 3d lot 613

Maintained by: Karen Simmons
Originally Created by: Deborah Parker
Record added: Feb 17, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13373442 
Holliday, Mary Ann (I8902)
 
225 (Research):Birth: «tab»Nov. 28, 1830
Illinois, USA
Death: «tab»Oct. 8, 1851
Illinois, USA


Family links:
Parents:
John Wilson Garrison (1805 - 1890)
Mary Ann Holliday Garrison (1809 - 1888)

Inscription:
Aged 20y 10m 10d s/o J. W. & M. A. Garrison

Burial:
Kirkland Cemetery
Sorento
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Karen Simmons
Originally Created by: Dale Eccles
Record added: Jan 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46694690 
Garrison, Elliot H. (I8904)
 
226 (Research):Birth: «tab»Nov. 5, 1859
Death: «tab»Aug. 17, 1869
Wife of Willis Slavens.
Burial:
Bethel Cemetery
Lafayette Township
Coles County
Illinois, USA
Created by: James E Heidlebaugh
Record added: Jun 14, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53684893 
Burk, Maranda (I10280)
 
227 (Research):Birth: «tab»Nov. 8, 1805
Franklin County
Georgia, USA
Death: «tab»Mar. 20, 1890

Son of John Garrison 1764 DE to 1823 Maury co TN and Delila Baker Garrison 1770-1775 NC to 1830-1840 Illinois. John Wilson Garrison moved from Maury Co TN to Montgomery Co IL with his mother Delila and some of his siblings about 1824.

Family links:
Spouse:
Mary Ann Holliday Garrison (1809 - 1888)*

Children:
John R Garrison (1828 - 1849)*
Elliott H Garrison (1830 - 1851)*
Polly Garrison (1841 - 1849)*
William Elias Garrison (1846 - 1881)*

Burial:
Sulphur Springs City Cemetery
Sulphur Springs
Hopkins County
Texas, USA
Plot: area 3d lot 612

Maintained by: Karen Simmons
Originally Created by: Deborah Parker
Record added: Feb 17, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13373441 
Garrison, John Wilson (I8901)
 
228 (Research):Birth: «tab»Oct. 28, 1884
Walshville
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA
Death: «tab»Oct. 14, 1966
Mount Vernon (Jefferson County)
Jefferson County
Illinois, USA


Family links:
Parents:
James Allan Garrison (1846 - 1926)
Sarah Jane Holden Garrison (1857 - 1948)

Burial:
South Hickory Hill Cemetery
McClellan Township
Jefferson County
Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Karen Simmons
Originally Created by: James E Heidlebaugh
Record added: Jul 29, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28635754 
Garrison, Charles Edgar (I7326)
 
229 (Research):Birth: «tab»Sep. 9, 1828
Illinois, USA
Death: «tab»Nov. 30, 1849
Illinois, USA

Died of smallpox
1850 Mortality Schedule

Family links:
Parents:
John Wilson Garrison (1805 - 1890)
Mary Ann Holliday Garrison (1809 - 1888)

Inscription:
Aged 20y 2m 21d s/o J. W. & M. A. Garrison

Burial:
Kirkland Cemetery
Sorento
Montgomery County
Illinois, USA

Maintained by: Karen Simmons
Originally Created by: Dale Eccles
Record added: Jan 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46694692 
Garrison, John R. (I8903)
 
230 (Research):Broome County New York, Leading Citizens, 1800-99
Given Name: «tab»Capt. John Lloyd
Surname: «tab»Broome Died 16 Dec 1835
Birth Place: «tab»Nyc NY
Parents: «tab»Lt. Col. John & Rebecca (Lloyd) Broome
Grandparents: «tab»Maria de La Tourette
Marriage: «tab»Late in his life
Spouse: «tab»Frances A Justice
Children: «tab»Lt. Col. John Lloyd Ann Charlotte George Temple William H
Occupation: «tab»Officer in War of 1812; County Clerk; Member of Assembly in 1823
Education: «tab»Finely educated; Officer in city regiment as early as 1793
Residence: «tab»No 78 Broad St Nyc NY
Religion: «tab»Presbyterian

Source Information:
Quakenbush, Patricia, comp. Broome County New York, Leading Citizens, 1800-99 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002.
Original data: Leading Citizens of Broome County New York. Boston Biographical Review Publishing Company. Carlsbad, CA, USA: Cole Library, 1894. 
Broome, Capt. John Lloyd (I7862)
 
231 (Research):Called Samuel Abell of John Abell, he was an appraiser for a number of estates in St. Mary' s County. SAMUEL ABELL of JOHN was a Vestryman and Church Warden for William and Mary Anglican Parish on 9/3/1750. He was also an inspector for the tobacco warehouse at EDWARD COLE's . He probably married his cousin ELEANOR ABELL (62), no children. Abell, Samuel (I8276)
 
232 (Research):Captain in the American Revolution Abell, Aaron (I8283)
 
233 (Research):Carpio, ND Paetz, Agnes (I6247)
 
234 (Research):Catholic Nun and Teacher Society of Sisters of Notre Dame Wollschlager, Sister Helen (I5576)
 
235 (Research):Charles Boarman Bryarly was the son of Robert Pressly Bryarly and Sallie Abell Boarman Bryarly. He was born in Hannibal, Ralls County, Missouri in 1856. He moved to Colorado as a young adult. There he worked as a miner and his son related that Charles mined the gold that was melted down to create his wife's wedding ring.

Charles married Mabel Helen Jenks January 11, 1900 in Cripple Creek, Colorado. They moved to Spokane, Washington in the early 1900's and then to Tweedie, Washington, near Newport, where Charles worked in lumber and carpentry.

Charles died in 1916 and was buried at the Newport Cemetery in Newport, Washington.

Charles and Mabel were the parents of 9 children: Thelma Bryarly Timm, a twin sister who died at birth, Nannie Abell Bryarly, who died at 1 yr and her twin sister who died at birth, Ruth Bryarly Hill, Esther Bryarly McIntosh, Charles Francis Bryarly, Helen Bryarly Wirt and Robert A. "Pat" Bryarly.

Charles had 2 sisters Nanna Bryarly Ford and Mary Bryarly Hixson, and 3 brothers, Francis "Frank" Bryarly, Samuel Bryarly and Robert P. Bryarly. 
Bryarly, Charles Boarman (I7909)
 
236 (Research):Chico, CA Paetz, Duane (I6258)
 
237 (Research):Children
- Elizabeth Henrietta GARDINER b: 11 Sep 1817 in Surrattsville, Prince Georges, MD
- Emily Sarah GARDINER b: 1819 in Surrattsville, Prince Georges, MD
- Sarah Ann GARDINER b: 1821
- Mary Jane GARDINER b: 1824 in Surrattsville, Prince Georges, MD
- Ignatius Aloysius GARDINER b: 14 Feb 1827 in , Charles, MD 
Gardiner, Aloysius (I8022)
 
238 (Research):Children
- Eugenius F EDELEN b: 1812
- Emily EDELEN b: 1814
- Walter EDELEN II b: 1816 in Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Robert EDELEN b: 1818 in Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Catherine Ann EDELEN b: 1821 in Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Leonard EDELEN b: ABT 1825 in Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Olivia EDELEN b: ABT 1826 in Bryantown, Charles, MD 
Gardiner, Louisa M. (I8006)
 
239 (Research):Children
- Eugenius F EDELEN b: 1812
- Emily EDELEN b: 1814
- Walter EDELEN II b: 1816 in Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Robert EDELEN b: 1818 in Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Catherine Ann EDELEN b: 1821 in Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Leonard EDELEN b: ABT 1825 in Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Olivia EDELEN b: ABT 1826 in Bryantown, Charles, MD 
Edelen, Walter (I8039)
 
240 (Research):Children
- Francis Dominic GARDINER b: 1807 in , Charles, MD
- Elizabeth H GARDINER b: ABT 1808 in , Charles, MD
- Richard GARDINER b: ABT 1808
- John Ignatius GARDINER b: 11 Feb 1812 in , Charles, MD
- Leonard A GARDINER b: 1815 in , Charles, MD
- Robert E GARDINER b: 1817
- Mary Jane GARDINER b: 6 May 1819 in Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Edward Columbus GARDINER b: 25 Apr 1821 in Bryantown, Charles, MD 
Edelen, Elizabeth Cecilia (I8037)
 
241 (Research):Children
- George Ignatius DYER b: 1814 in , Charles, MD
- Elizabeth Ellen DYER b: 8 Jan 1816 in , Charles, MD
- Lucy Ann "Nancy" DYER b: 10 Oct 1817 in , Charles, MD
- Amanda Ann DYER b: 7 Jan 1819 in , , MD
- Mary Jane "Mollie" DYER b: Feb 1821 in , , MD
- Ann Rose DYER b: 12 Nov 1822 in , Charles, MD 
Gardiner, Esther Henrietta (I8019)
 
242 (Research):Children
- John Ignatius Walter GARDINER b: 11 Sep 1811 in , Charles, MD
- George Henry GARDINER b: 1815 in , Charles, MD
- Mary Ann Rose GARDINER b: Sep 1817 in , Charles, MD
- Benjamin Walter GARDINER b: 10 Jan 1820 in Waldorf, Charles, MD
- Edward Luke GARDINER b: 1823 in , Charles, MD
- Thomas Enoch GARDINER b: 1826 in , Charles, MD
- Walter Marcellus "Polk" GARDINER b: 4 Jan 1830 
Gardiner, Ignatius Walter (I8018)
 
243 (Research):Children
- Mary Ann GWYNN b: 12 Nov 1818
- Benedict Ignatius GWYNN b: 12 Nov 1818
- John A GWYNN b: 1824
- William Henry GWYNN b: 1826 in , Prince Georges, MD
- George E GWYNN b: 1828
- Catherine Sienna GWYNN b: 1830
- Elizabeth Ann "Eliza" GWYNN b: 1831 in , , MD
- Maria Louisa GWYNN b: 1833
- James E GWYNN b: 1836
- GWYNN 
Gardiner, Elizabeth Ann (I8024)
 
244 (Research):Children
- Richard Henry GARDINER b: 27 Aug 1829 in Grand Coteau, Landry Parish, LA
- Elizabeth Emily (Sr) GARDINER b: 19 Mar 1831
- Mary Catherine GARDINER b: 13 Jan 1833
- James Austin GARDINER b: 23 Feb 1835
- Sarah Tina GARDINER b: 27 Jul 1837
- Caroline A GARDINER b: ABT 1840 
Gardiner, Stanislaus (I8005)
 
245 (Research):Children
- Sarah Ann EDELEN
- EDELEN 
Gardiner, Sarah (I8007)
 
246 (Research):Children
- Sarah Ann GARDINER b: 1823 in , , MD
- Ignatius GARDINER b: 1826 in , Prince Georges, MD
- Thomas Llewelly "Lou" GARDINER b: Dec 1829 in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD
- Louisa GARDINER b: 1831 in , Prince Georges, MD 
Gardiner, Isadore Theodore (I8023)
 
247 (Research):Children
- Sophia Ann GARDINER b: 10 Sep 1825 in Bryantown, Charles, MD c: in St Mary Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Henry GARDINER b: 26 Oct 1826 in Bryantown, Charles, MD c: in St Mary Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Aloysius Gonzaga GARDINER b: 1828 in , Charles, MD c: in St Mary Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Richard Francis GARDINER b: 26 Oct 1831 in , Charles, MD c: in St Mary Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Elizabeth GARDINER b: 26 Oct 1831 in Bryantown, Charles, MD c: in St Mary Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD 
Gardiner, Richard Benedict (I8001)
 
248 (Research):Children
- Walter SMITH
- John Leonard SMITH
- Monica Carolina SMITH 
Edelen, Elizabeth Hester (I8035)
 
249 (Research):Children
- William Henry BOARMAN b: 15 Aug 1817 in Bryantown, Charles, MD c: 20 Aug 1817 in St Marys Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Charles Llewellyn BOARMAN b: 11 Apr 1819 in Bryantown, Charles, MD c: in St Marys Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Leonard BOARMAN b: 3 Jan 1821 in Bryantown, Charles, MD c: in St Marys Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Mary Ann BOARMAN b: 11 Jul 1824 in Bryantown, Charles, MD c: in St Marys Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD
- Elizabeth Ann BOARMAN b: Sep 1826 in , Charles, MD c: in St Marys Church, Bryantown, Charles, MD 
Boarman, Aloysius Ignatius Philip (I7923)
 
250 (Research):Children
Albert KNOTT
Joseph A KNOTT 
Boarman, Catherine M. (I7992)
 

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