Persons with the Surname 'Gardner'

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Gardner
G635

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1 individuals have the surname 'Gardner'.

Ada Eveliana Gardner (6 Sep 1879—)
Albert T. Gardner (about 1871—)
Barbara Gardner (1847—1847)
Benjamin Gardner (—)
Charles Oliver Gardner (25 Feb 1876—)
Clara Bell Gardner (8 Mar 1890—)
Daniel Jackson Gardner (about 1848—)
David Gardner (29 Mar 1856—20 Feb 1912)
Elizabeth Gardner (10 Jul 1847—)
Elizabeth Edith Gardner (about 1878—)
Ellen L. Gardner (6 Aug 1896—)
Elsie Minnie Gardner (17 Aug 1873—)
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Hellen Gardner (about 1839—)
Hugh Gardner (about 1850—1859)
Isabella Gardner (about 1838—)
James Gardner (20 Dec 1836—27 Oct 1905)
James Gardner (about 1849—)
James Richard Gardner (10 Jul 1893—1942)
John Gardner (about 1808—23 Jan 1893)
John Gardner (about 1842—29 Feb 1888)
John Henry Adolphus Gardner (about 1863—)
Joseph Gardner (about May 1798—19 Jul 1882)
Joseph Gardner (5 Aug 1840—26 Feb 1908)
Lois Gardner (about 1845—)
Private
Margaret Jane Gardner (1 Nov 1878—about Oct 1879)
Mary Gardner (about 1845—)
Matilda Gardner (7 Mar 1876—)
May Gardner (about 1842—)
Richard Gardner (about 1852—)
Robert Gardner (—)
Robert Gardner (about 1806—)
Robert Gardner (about 1848—)
Robert Gardner (1859—1862)
Robert A. Gardner (about 1847—)
Samuel Gardner (about 1849—1883)
Sarah Jane Gardner (about 1837—)
Sarah Jane Gardner (4 Jun 1891—Private)
Sarah Maria Gardner (18 Jan 1860—26 Jul 1939)
Stanley Gardner (12 Dec 1897—)
Theophilus Gardner (30 Jul 1858—1929)
Thomas Gardner (about 1859—)
William Gardner (about 1853—)
William Gardner (about 1855—)
William Alexander Gardner (9 Sep 1889—Private)
William Robert Gardner (15 Sep 1880—)
Emma Gardner (about 1860—)
Charlotte Gardner (—)
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