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     First Generation


 1. Mary Cecelia GARDNER, daughter of Willis M. GARDNER and Sophia M. BRENNER,
 was born 21 July 1903 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, died 05 April 1938 in St. Paul, Ramsey,
 Minnesota, and was buried 08 April 1938 in Riverview Cemetery, St. Paul, Minnesota.
     Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
     working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
     (events) for this individual include:
     • Birth Notes:
       Minnesota Birth Index:

       Gardner,
       Date of Birth: 07/21/1903
       County of Birth: Ramsey
       certid# 1903-38132
       Mother Maiden Name: Sophie
       ***

       Transcribed from hard copy:

       This card to be returned to the Department of Health within FIVE days after birth.

       Full name of Father: W. Gardner
       Full name of Mother Sophie Gardner
       Birthplace of Father: N. Amerika
       Birthplace of Mother: Germania
       Sex of Child: girl Color: Whithe
       When born: 21 day Juli month, year 1903
       Number 689 Arlington Street

       I hereby certify that I was in attendance at the birth of the above described child.
       Johanna ?Schanz?

       A report of "premature" or "stillborn" child must be accompanied with DEATH CERTIFICATE.
       ***

     • Residence: 31 May 1931, 473 Hall Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota.
     • Residence: 05 April 1938, 469 Hall Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota.
 Mary married Friedrich (Fred) Walter OHMANN, son of Jobst Heinrich (Henry) OHMANN and
 Emma Frederika SACHS, 18 April 1928 in St. Patrick's Church, St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota.
 Friedrich was born 21 August 1898 in Dakota County, Minnesota and died 04 November 1998 in
 West St. Paul, Dakota, Minnesota.
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     working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
     notes from this partnership include:
     Ramsey County Marriage License and Certificate
     18 April 1928
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I Hereby Certify, That on the 18 day of April in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Twenty 8 at St. Patricks Church St. Paul in said County, I, the undersigned, a
Roman Catholic Priest did join in BONDS OF HOLY MATRIMONY according to the laws of this
State, Frederick W. Ohmann of the County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota and Mary C.
Gardner of the County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota in presence of Clement C. Gardner,
Edna L. Ohmann, Witnesses.
***

Minnesota Birth Index:

Ohmann 8 Apr 1936 Ramsey Fred Ohmann Mary Gardner
***

Minnesota Death Index:

OHMANN, MARY
certid# 1938-MN-023907
Date of Death: 04/05/1938
County of Death: RAMSEY

The death certificate shows:

Birth: 21 July 1903 in St. Paul, Minnesota
Parents: Willis Gardner (Illinois) and Sophia Brenner (Germany)
Death: 5 April 1938 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota
Age at death: 34 years, 8 months, 14 days
Cause of death: Lobar pneumonia
Marital status at death: Married
Spouse: Fred W. Ohmann
Occupation: Housewife
Residence: 469 Hall Avenue
Burial: Riverview on 8 April 1938
Informant: Willis Gardner, 167 W. Robie
***

Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 Record

Name: Frederick Walter Ohmann
Birth Date: 21 Aug 1898
Birth City: Dakota Co.
Birth State or Country: Minnesota
Death Date: 4 Nov 1998
Death County: Dakota
Death City: West Saint Paul
Mother's Maiden Name: Sachs
State File Number: 1998-MN-031763

The death certificate shows:

Social Security Number: 475-18-8060
Birth: 21 August 1898 in Dakota County, Minnesota
Parents: Henry Ohmann and Emma Sachs
Death: 4 November 1998 in West St. Paul, Dakota, Minnesota
Marital status at death: Widowed
Spouse: Irene Zelphia Copeland

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    Residence: St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota
    ***

    Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
    working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
    (events) from this partnershipl include:
    • Reference:
      Fred Ohmann & Mary Gardner -> Marvel Ohmann -> Sandy Dennis
      ***

    •
        1930 United States Federal Census

        Name: Fred Ohmann
        Home in 1930: St Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota
        Age: 31
        Estimated birth year: abt 1899
        Birthplace: Minnesota
        Relation to Head of House: Head
        Mother's name: Emma
        Spouse's name: Mary
        Race: White

        Household Members: Name Age
        Fred Ohmann 31
        Mary Ohmann 26
        Earl Ohmann 7/12
        Emma Ohmann 70 Mother
        Frank Ohmann 46 Brother
        ***
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    notes for this individual include:
    World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
    Frederick Walter Ohmann 21 Aug 1898 White Not Stated, Dakota, MN
    ***

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    (events) for this individual include:
    • Christening Notes: 23 October 1898, Emanuel Lutheran Church, Inver Grove, Minnesota.
      Emanuel Lutheran Church (aka Old Emanuel Lutheran Church), Inver Grove, Minnesota,
      Register of Baptisms, 9 443/Friedrich Walter Ohmann/21 Aug 1898/23 Okt 1898/Heinrich
      Ohmann Emma gb Sachs/Friedrich Ohmann Louise Ohmann
      ***

Children from this partnership include:
              i.  Earl Frederick OHMANN was born private. Earl married Charlene Joann KLIMA.
             ii.  Clyde Walter OHMANN was born private. Clyde married Elaine Marie HORIHAN.
            iii.  Lyle Robert OHMANN was born 20 October 1932 in St. Paul, Ramsey,
                  Minnesota, died 03 January 1992 in Dakota County, Minnesota, and was buried in
                  Old Emanuel Lutheran Church, Inver Grove Heights, Minneota. Lyle married

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        Delores PUDIL 15 November 1952.
iv.     Marvel Marcella OHMANN was born 31 May 1934 in St. Paul, Ramsey,
        Minnesota, died 15 April 1989 in Sandstone, Pine, Minnesota, and was buried in
        April 1989 in Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minnesota. Marvel married James
        Allen DENNIS, son of James Allen DENNIS and Alice Frances SHEPPARD,
        26 July 1952 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota. James was born 27 September 1931
        in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota.
v.      Carol Ann OHMANN was born private. Carol married Joseph Anthony
        GRAMLING.
vi.     Five Children was born in 1929 and died in 1936.




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Second Generation (Parents)
  2. Willis M. GARDNER, son of John C. GARDNER and Mary Elizabeth MURRAY, was born
  01 June 1868 in Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois, died 03 May 1949 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, and
  was buried 06 May 1949 in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Minnesota.
       Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
       working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
       (events) for this individual include:
        • Occupation/Employment: Carpenter.
        • Residence: 03 May 1949, 173 W. Robie, St. Paul, Minnesota.
   Willis married Sophia M. BRENNER 09 December 1891 in Dubuque County, Iowa. Sophia was
   born 05 January 1875 in Rhein, Prussia (Germany), died 20 May 1958 in St. Paul, Ramsey,
   Minnesota, and was buried 23 May 1958 in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Minnesota.
        Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
        working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
        notes from this partnership include:
        Sophie and Willis' marriage record is found in the Dubuque County, Iowa register of
        marriages. Dubuque, Iowa - Sophie's home - and Galena, Illinois - Willis' home - are border
        towns separated only by a river. The marriage date is 9 December 1891. The record
        documents Willis as a 25 year old white American, born in Galena, Illinois and Sophie as a 17
        year old white German, born in Rhein, Prussia.

        A note attached to the marriage record of Willis Gardner and Sophia Brenner gives consent for
        Sophie, who is 17 at the time, to marry. It reads, "I hereby give my consent to the marriage of
        my daughter Sophia M. Brenner to Willis M. Gardner. The first signature is not clear; if it is the
        mother's (Louisa Brenner), it is difficult to see it. The second signature is clearly that of
        Sophia's father, Jacob Brenner.

        The "Please don't publish" notation on the record may indicate the wedding was handled
        discreetly; Sophie gave birth to Willis and Sophie's first child, George, on 21 January 1892 -
        about six weeks after the wedding.
        ***

        The Minnesota death certificate for Willis Gardner shows:

        Birth: 1 June 1868 in Illinois
        Parents: John Gardner (Kentucky) and Mary Murray (Ireland)
        Death: 3 May 1949 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota
        Age at death: 74 years
        Marital status at death: Married
        Spouse: Sophia M. Gardner
        Occupation: Carpenter
        Residence: 173 West Robie, St. Paul, Minnesota
        Burial: Resurrection Cemetery, St. Paul, Minnesota
        Informant: Sophia M. Gardner
        ***

        The Minnesota death certificate for Sophie Gardner shows:

        Birth: 5 January 1875 in Germany
        Parents: Unknown
        Death: 20 May 1958 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota
        Age at death: 83 years
        Marital status at death: Widowed

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Spouse: Willis Gardner
Burial: Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Minnesota
***

An obituary was found among my mother's photographs. It is likely it was printed in the St. Paul
Pioneer Press.

GARDNER-Sophia, formerly of 173 W. Robie, Tuesday evening. Beloved mother of Mrs.
Edward (Belle) Karth, Louis and Clarence of St. Paul, Clement (Cy), Los Angeles, Charles,
Racine, Wis., and Rev. Father Frank Gardner of Norton, Va. Others surviving are two brothers,
18 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Devlin funeral home, So.
Wabasha and Humboldt ave. after 12 noon on Thursday. Funeral from the mortuary Friday
morning at 8:30. Mass at St. Michael's On The Hill, East Annapolis and Sperl sts., at 9 o'clock.
Interment Resurrection cemetery. Recitation of the rosary Thursday afternoon at 3.
***

Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
(events) from this partnershipl include:
• Reference:
  Willis Gardner & Sophia Brenner -> Mary Gardner -> Marvel Ohmann -> Sandra Dennis
  ***

•
    St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota (14 June 1900), household of Willis Gardner: Sophie states she
    has had five children and three are living. They are George, Louis, and Clement.

    Gardner, Willis, Date of Birth June 1868, Age 32, Number of Years Married: 9, Birthplace:
    Illinois, Birthplace of Father: ?Missouri?, Birthplace of Mother: Ireland, Occupation: Carpenter

    Sophie, Relation: Wife, Date of Birth Jan 1875, Age 25, Number of Years Married: 9,
    Birthplace: Germany, Birthplace of Father: Germany, Birthplace of Mother: Germany

    George, Relation: Son, Date of Birth: Jan 1892
    Louis, Relation: Son, Date of Birth: ?May? 1896
    Clement, Relation: Son, Date of Birth: Sept 1898
    ***

•
    District 134, St. Paul Ward 9, Ramsey, Minnesota, 1910:

    Gardner, Willis, M., head, Age 41, M1, 19 years, Birthplace: Illinois, Birthplace of Father:
    Kentucky, Birthplace of Mother: Ireland

    Sophie M., wife, Age 35, M1, 19 years, 9 children, 6 living, Birthplace: Germany, Birthplace of
    Father: Germany, Birthplace of Mother: Germany

    George, son, 18, Iowa, Illinois, Germany
    Louis, son, 13, Minnesota, Illinois, Germany
    Clement, son, 12, Minnesota, Illinois, Germany
    Clarence, son, 8, Minnesota, Illinois, Germany
    Mary, daughter, 6, Minnesota, Illinois, Germany
    Belle, daughter, 2, Minnesota, Illinois, Germany

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    •
        Fourteenth Census of the United States (1920), 3rd Precinct, St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota
        (1920), household of Willis M. Gardner:

        Gardner, Willis, M., Age 51, Birthplace: Illinois, Birthplace of Father: Kentucky, Birthplace of
        Mother: Iowa

        Sophie, Relation: Wife, Age 45, Birthplace: Germany, Birthplace of Father: Germany,
        Birthplace of Mother: Germany

        Louis W., Relation: Son, Age ?23?, Birthplace: Minnesota
        Clement E., Relation: Son, Age 21, Birthplace: Minnesota
        Mary, Relation: Daughter, Age 16, Birthplace: Minnesota
        Isabelle, Relation: Daughter, Age 14, Birthplace: Minnesota
        Charles, Relation: Son, Age 5, Birthplace: Minnesota
        Frank, Relation: Son, Age 1, Birthplace: Minnesota
        ***

    •
        Fifteenth Census of the United States (1930), St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota (15 April 1930),
        household of Willis M. Gardner:

        Gardner, Willis, M., Age 61, Carpenter, Birthplace: Illinois, Birthplace of Father: Kentucky,
        Birthplace of Mother: Iowa

        Sophie M., Relation: Wife, Age 55, Birthplace: Germany, Birthplace of Father: Germany,
        Birthplace of Mother: Germany

        Charles, Relation: Son, Age 15, Birthplace: Minnesota
        Frank R., Relation: Son, Age 11, Birthplace: Minnesota
        ***

Children from this partnership include:
              i.  George William GARDNER was born 21 January 1892 in Iowa, died 10
                  September 1950 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, and was buried 14 September
                  1950 in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Minnesota. George married
                  Clara PRIEBE.
             ii.  John Willis GARDNER was born in 1893.
            iii.  Alice GARDNER was born in 1895.
            iv.   Louis Wharton GARDNER was born 10 May 1896 and died 29 January 1973 in
                  Ramsey County, Minnesota. Louis married Grace Agnes WALSH. Grace was
                  born 21 March 1905, died 03 October 2004, and was buried in Fort Snelling
                  National Cemetery.
             v.   Clement (Cy) E. GARDNER was born 05 September 1898 and died 28 May 1974
                  in Ramsey County, Minnesota.
            vi.   Clarence Marcellous GARDNER was born 30 April 1901 and died 21 August 1976
                  in Ramsey County, Minnesota. Clarence married Delores. Clarence next married
                  Virginia MOULDER. Virginia died 22 March 1978.
     1     vii.   Mary Cecelia GARDNER (born 21 July 1903 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota -
                  died 05 April 1938 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota). Mary married Friedrich
                  (Fred) Walter OHMANN 18 April 1928 in St. Patrick's Church, St. Paul, Ramsey,
                  Minnesota. Friedrich was born 21 August 1898 in Dakota County, Minnesota and

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                   died 04 November 1998 in West St. Paul, Dakota, Minnesota.
         viii.     Agnes Margaret GARDNER was born in 1905.
          ix.      Belle GARDNER was born 05 August 1907. Belle married Edward KARTH. Belle
                   next married Guy T. KENYON. Guy was born 05 January 1897 and died 07 August
                   1987.
           x.      Willis GARDNER.
          xi.      Lawrence GARDNER was born in 1911 and died 14 August 1914.
          xii.     Charles Edward GARDNER was born 29 December 1914 in St. Paul, Ramsey,
                   Minnesota, died 18 January 1962 in Wood, Wisconsin, and was buried in
                   Graceland Cemetery. Charles married Elaine Augusta MAIER. Elaine was born
                   01 July 1914 in Wisconsin and died 16 October 1998 in Racine, Racine,
                   Wisconsin.
         xiii.     Frank Robert GARDNER was born 25 October 1918 in St. Paul, Ramsey,
                   Minnesota and died 29 August 1991 in Sylva, Jackson, North Carolina.

3. Sophia M. BRENNER, daughter of Jacob BRENNER and Louisa ABRESCH, was born 05
January 1875 in Rhein, Prussia (Germany), died 20 May 1958 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, and
was buried 23 May 1958 in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Minnesota.
    Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
    working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
    (events) for this individual include:
    • She immigrated SS Westernland, Antwerp to New York 27 December 1883.
Sophia married Willis M. GARDNER 09 December 1891 in Dubuque County, Iowa. Willis was born
01 June 1868 in Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois, died 03 May 1949 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, and
was buried 06 May 1949 in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Minnesota.




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Third Generation (Grandparents)
   4. John C. GARDNER, son of Bennett GARDNER and Margaret CHADBURN, was born between
   1812 and 1823 in Kentucky and died in March 1896.
       Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
       working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
       (events) for this individual include:
        • Occupation/Employment: County Surveyor.
        • Occupation/Employment: County Surveyor, 04 November 1851, Jo Daviess County, Illinois.
          A record of county officers in History of Jo Daviess County lists:

          Nov. 4, 1851, Joseph O. Martin, County Commissioner, Galena. J. P. DeZoya, County
          Treasurer, Galena. John C. Gardner, County Surveyor, Galena.
          ***

        • Occupation/Employment: County Surveyor, 04 November 1853, Jo Daviess County, Illinois.
          A record of county officers in History of Jo Daviess County lists:

          Nov. 4, 1853, Geo. M. Mitchell, County Judge, Galena. Richard Seal, County Clerk, Galena.
          J. P. DeZoya, County Treasurer, Galena. John C. Gardner, County Surveyor, Galena. J. N.
          Waggoner, County School Commissioner, Galena.
          ***

        • Occupation/Employment: County Surveyor, 06 November 1855, Jo Daviess County, Illinois.
          A record of county officers in History of Jo Daviess County lists:

          Nov. 6, 1855, John D. Platt, County Judge, Warren. Geo. M. Mitchell, Clerk Circuit Court,
          Galena. Fleming C. Maupin, County Treasurer, Galena. John C. Gardner, County Surveyor,
          Galena. Geo. W. Ford, County School Commissioner.
          ***

        • Occupation/Employment: County Surveyor, 03 November 1857, Jo Daviess County, Illinois.
          A record of county officers in History of Jo Daviess County lists:

          Nov. 3, 1857, John D. Platt, County Judge, Warren. Richard Seal, County Clerk, Galena.
          Thomas J. Maupin, County Treasurer, Galena. John C. Gardner, County Surveyor, Galena.
          Joseph Adams, County Commissioner, Galena. Samuel Tyrrell, Nicholas Mertes, Associate
          Judges, Ward's Grove.
          ***

   John married Mary Elizabeth MURRAY 06 October 1850 in Vinegar Hill Township, Jo Daviess,
   Illinois. Mary was born in 1826 in Ireland, died 19 February 1913 in Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois, and
   was buried 20 February 1913 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois.
        Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
        working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
        notes from this partnership include:
        John Gardner and Mary Murray were married by a Catholic priest in Vinegar Hill Township, Jo
        Daviess County, Illinois on October 4 or 6, 1850. Mary must have had a previous marriage as
        her name at the time was Kerwick.

        From hardcopy:
        60 John C. Gardner and Mary Kerwick Oct 4 1850 The parties mentioned herein have been
        joined in marriage this 6th day of October 1850 by ?D. Dunn? Catholic Priest
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From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/vitals/MARBOOKA.htm

JO DAVIESS COUNTY, ILLINOIS MARRIAGES
BOOK A
December 4, 1849-December 5, 1855

GARDNER, JOHN C KERWICK, MARY 10/06/1850 A 60
***

From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/Directories/1854Galena.htm:

1854
The Galena City Directory
Galena: H. H. Houghton & Co., Publishers,
Gazette and Advertiser Office

Abbreviations -- In the pages following, h stands for house; bds for boards; cor for corner;
opp for opposite; bt for between. The word street is implied.

Gardner, John C., county surveyor, h Dodge near High
***

From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/tax/1855PPGK.htm:

1855 PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX FOR JO DAVIESS COUNTY

Gardner, J. C. 100 West Galena
***

According to census records, John was born between 1812 and 1823 in Kentucky, and Mary
was born about 1826 or 1830 in Ireland. Mary's obituary (Galena Weekly Gazette, 20 February
1913) indicates she was born in 1826 and came to the United States at age three.

John Gardner served as county surveyor for Jo Daviess County, Illinois from 1851 to at least
1859 when Luther H. Cowan became county surveyor.

Census records indicate John continued to work as a surveyor after 1859. He and Mary appear
with their family in Jo Daviess County, Illinois in United States census records for 1860, 1870,
and 1880.

While leafing through an old Jo Daviess County plat book with Ron and Ruth Gardner during a
trip to Galena in 1989, we (this writer and Ron and Ruth) came across a child's drawing of a
house on one of the pages. Next to the drawing was written, "Willis Gardner's house."
***

From http://users.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/vitals/G.htm:

Gardner, Ella Jane Farnham, Norman H 18 Nov 1885 Page 472
Gardner, John Noble, Amanda 25 Mar 1881 Page 264
Gardner, Mary Whitby, Thomas W 30 Jul 1879 Page 201 [daughter of John Gardner and Mary
Murray]
Gardner, Susie B Rouse, William A 23 Nov 1878 Page 176 [daughter of John Gardner and
Mary Murray]

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Gardner, W H Nesbitt, Lizzie 5 Jul 1878 Page 169
***

Gravestone, St. Mary's Cemetery, Galena, Illinois

Mary E.
Gardner
1826 - 1913
***

From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/cemeteries/StMary1.htm:

St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery
West Galena Township
Part I

This cemetery is located on Gear Street on the east side of the City, adjacent to the
Greenwood Cemetery. The tombstones were read in 1979.

The cemetery is divided into seven areas:
Block 5 is the north most section bordering Gear Street and the North Gate Road.
Block 6 in on the other side of the North Gate Road also bordering Gear Street.
Block 1 lies between Block 6 and the South Gate Road. There is no division between
Block 1 and Block 6.
Block 2 is south of the South Gate Road and bordering Gear Street.
Block 3 is west of Plat 1 west of the dividing road.
Block 4 is west of Plat 2 and west of the dividing road

Unconsecrated Ground is west of Plat 1 and Plat 2.

Section 2 Lot 24
Gardner Mary E., 1826-1913
Gardner Margaret F., 1853-1941 [bur May 26, d at Galena]
Gardner Margaret, bur Sept 30, 1954 [no tombstone]

Section 2 Lot 24
Rouse Mary Isabella, 1884-1965
Rouse William A., 1854-1931
Rouse Susan B., wife, 1855-1931
Rouse James Marcellus, 1882-1948
***

Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
(events) from this partnershipl include:
• Reference:
  John Gardner & Mary Murray -> Willis Gardner -> Mary Gardner -> Marvel Ohmann -> Sandra
  Dennis
  ***

•
    John and Mary appear in Jo Daviess County, Illinois in 1850. Page 271 of the census
    records show that in 1850, John C. Gardiner (27), county surveyor, and Mary Gardner (24)
    are living in Galena. The record indicates John's birthplace is Kentucky and Mary's birthplace
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    is Ireland.
    ***

• Witness: 1856, Jo Daviess County, Illinois.
  From http://jodaviess.ilgenweb.net/wills/wills1850.htm:

    WHITE, Joseph of Galena, dated August 4, 1856, proved August 12, 1856. Will was dictated
    to James FITZGIBBON and John DILLON.

    "It is my wish that the sum of fifty Dollars to be paid to the Church, and also the sum of fifty
    Dollars to be paid to the Orphan Asylum out of my Estate, and the remainder of my property.
    It is my wish that my sister Bridget SNYDER shall have all of my property during her life, and
    at her death, there to revert and go to my Nephews".

    No executor named.

    Witnesses: John C. GARDNER and Thos. ROSSITER (Page 212)
    ***
•
    21 June 1860 (page 183) - John E. Gardner (41), surveyor, and Mary Gardner (30) are living
    in the 5th Ward of Galena with John W. (8), Margaret (6), Susan (5), Isabelle(4), and Mary, Jr.
    (2). The value of John's real estate is $200, and the value of his personal property is $100.
    John's birthplace is Kentucky, Mary's birthplace is Ireland, and the children's birthplace is
    Illinois.

    1860 United States Federal Census

    Name: John E Gardner
    Age in 1860: 41
    Birth Year: abt 1819
    Birthplace: Kentucky
    Home in 1860: Galena Ward 5, Jo Daviess, Illinois
    Gender: Male
    Post Office: Galena

    Household Members: Name Age
    John E Gardner 41
    Mary Gardner 30
    John W Gardner 8
    Margaret Gardner 6
    Susan Gardner 5
    Isabelle Gardner 4
    Mary Gardner 2
    ***

•
    22 June 1870 (page 141A) - John C. Gardner (57), surveyor, and Mary Gardner (44), keeping
    house, are living in Galena with John W. (18), apprentice blacksmith, Margaret (16), school
    teacher, Susan (15), Isabelle(14), Mary (11), and Willie (2). The value of John's personal
    property is $300. John's birthplace is Kentucky, Mary's birthplace is Ireland, and the children's
    birthplace is Illinois.

    1870 United States Federal Census


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    Name: John C Gardner
    Age in 1870: 57, Estimated Birth Year: abt 1813
    Birthplace: Kentucky
    Home in 1870: Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois
    Race: White, Gender: Male
    Post Office: Galena

    Household Members: Name Age
    John C Gardner 57
    Mary Gardner 44
    John W Gardner 18
    Margaret Gardner 16
    Susan Gardner 15
    Isabell Gardner 14
    Mary Gardner 11
    Willie Gardner 2
    ***

•
    1880 (page 252A) - John C. Gardner (68), surveyor, and Mary Gardner (68), keeping house,
    are living on West Street in the 3rd Ward of Galena with Maggie (28), teaching school, and
    William (12), at school. John's birthplace is Kentucky, Mary's birthplace is Ireland, and the
    children's birthplace is Illinois. The birthplace of both John's father and his mother is
    Kentucky, and the birthplace of both Mary's father and her mother is Ireland.

    1880 United States Federal Census

    Name: John Gardner
    Home in 1880: Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois
    Age: 68
    Estimated birth year: abt 1812
    Birthplace: Kentucky
    Relation to head-of-household: Head
    Spouse's name: Mary
    Father's birthplace: KY
    Mother's birthplace: KY
    Neighbors: View others on page
    Occupation: Surveyor
    Marital Status: Married
    Race: White
    Gender: Male

    Household Members: Name Age
    John Gardner 68
    Mary Gardner 68
    Maggie Gardner 28
    William Gardner 12
    ***

•
    Page 229B of the 1900 census records shows that Mary Gardner is the head of the
    household and is living with her daughter, Margaret, on Bench Street in Galena. The record
    indicate that Mary is widowed, is 70 years old, and was born in March, 1830. Margaret is
    single, is 46 years old, was born in July, 1853. The record indicates Mary had ten children and

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        four were living at the time of the census. It shows her birthplace is Ireland and that she
        immigrated in 1832.

        1900 United States Federal Census

        Name: Mary Gardner
        Home in 1900: West Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois
        Age: 70, Estimated birth year: abt 1830
        Birthplace: Ireland
        Relationship to head-of-house: Head
        Race: White
        Immigration year: 1832
        Household Members: Name Age
        Mary Gardner 70
        Margaret Gardner 46
        ***

    •
        1910 United States Federal Census

        Name: Mary Gardner
        Age in 1910: 81
        Estimated birth year: abt 1829
        Birthplace: Ireland
        Relation to Head of House: Head
        Father's Birth Place: Ireland
        Mother's Birth Place: Ireland
        Home in 1910: Galena Ward 4, Jo Daviess, Illinois
        Marital Status: Widowed
        Race: White
        Gender: Female
        Year of Immigration: 1842

        Household Members: Name Age
        Mary Gardner 81
        Margaret Gardner 56
        ***

Children from this partnership include:
              i.  John W. GARDNER was born in 1852.
             ii.  Margaret GARDNER was born in 1854 and died in 1941. Margaret married.
            iii.  Susan B. GARDNER was born in 1855 and died in 1931. Susan married William
                  A. ROUSE 23 November 1878 in Jo Daviess County, Illinois. William was born in
                  1854 and died in 1931.
            iv.   Isabelle GARDNER was born in 1856.
             v.   Mary C. GARDNER was born 20 September 1858 and died 07 December 1940.
                  Mary married Thomas W. WHITBY 30 July 1879 in Jo Daviess County, Illinois.
                  Thomas died after 1920.
     2      vi.   Willis M. GARDNER (born 01 June 1868 in Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois - died 03
                  May 1949 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota). Willis married Sophia M. BRENNER
                  09 December 1891 in Dubuque County, Iowa. Sophia was born 05 January 1875 in
                  Rhein, Prussia (Germany), died 20 May 1958 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, and
                  was buried 23 May 1958 in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota Heights, Minnesota.


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5. Mary Elizabeth MURRAY was born in 1826 in Ireland, died 19 February 1913 in Galena, Jo
Daviess, Illinois, and was buried 20 February 1913 in St. Mary's Cemetery, Galena, Jo Daviess,
Illinois.
    Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
    working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
    notes for this individual include: Found at St. Michael's Cemetery, East Galena, IL:

    Murray James, d May 23, 1880, 60y 1m 11d, b Co. Leitrim, Ireland Ann, wife, d May 25, 1871,
    51y 3m 1d, b Co. Leitrim, Ireland

    Murray Thomas, d Jan 27, 1892, 84y Winfred KELLY, wife, d Sept 23, 1865, 48y, b Moor, Co.
    Roscommon, Ireland

    Murray Margaret, d Oct 16, 1909

    Murray Alfred L., 1919 - 1961

    I wonder if these Murrays are somehow connected to Mary.
    ***

    From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/cemeteries/STMichael.htm
    Murray James, d May 23, 1880, 60y 1m 11d, b Co. Leitrim, Ireland
    Ann, wife, d May 25, 1871, 51y 3m 1d, b Co. Leitrim, Ireland

    From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/cemeteries/STMichael2.htm
    Murray Margaret, d Oct 16, 1909
    ***

    Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
    working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
    (events) for this individual include:
    • She immigrated about 1829.
Mary married KERWICK before 1850.
    Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
    working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
    notes from this partnership include: NOTES REGARDING MARRIAGE TO KERWICK

    From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/census/1840KL.htm

    1840 Census of the Mining Districts

    Kerwick, Michl JoDaviess Co., Ill, page 371
    ***

    From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/vitals/VS1a.htm:

    Died on April 20th, Daniel Kerwick, only son of Michael Kerwick of Vinegar Hill, age 4 years. 5-
    2-1845
    ***

    From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/vitals/VS1b.htm:

    Vital Statistics from Galena Newspapers
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July 22, 1828 - November 19, 1850
Marriages, Petitions for Divorce
Deaths, Estate Notices, and Sexton Reports

Estate Notice of Michael Kerwick at Jo Daviess County by Mary Kerwick, James Kerwick and
James Feehan. 5-8-1846

Estate Notice of Michael Kerwick of Vinegar Hill by Mary Kerwick, James Kerwick and James
Feehan. 7-10-1846

Estate Notice for Michael Kerwick in Jo Daviess County by Mary Kerwick, James Felan and
James Kerwick. 5-28-1847
***

From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/wills/estates.htm
Estates*

Kerwick, Michael 73

*If you find a connection to your family genealogy and wish to find out more about any of the
estates listed here, send a search request, along with a $4.00 search fee, to the Jo
Daviess Circuit Clerk's office. (You will find contact info here.) Provide name you are
researching, the box #, and vital info that may help, ie, date of death, spouse's name,
children's names, place of residence, etc. After they find the file, they will contact you
concerning additional funds needed for copying and postage. This amount varies by file
depending on size.
.
Jo Daviess County Court House
330 N. Bench Street
Galena, Illinois 61036

County Clerk's and Recorder's Office
First Floor, Jo Daviess Co. Courthouse
(815)777-0161

The county clerk's office holds the birth, marriage, and death records.
Birth records begin in 1877 (a few prior to this date); marriage recors begin in 1829.
and death records begin in 1877. The death records state the place of burial.

Clerk of the Circuit Court
First Floor, Jo Daviess Co. Courthouse

The Circuit Court holds the probate records from 1830, divorce and civil court records
from 1850, and land records from 1818.

The fees as of December 2004 is $6.00 per search and 50 cents per page for copies. Birth
and death records date back to 1877, marriage records date back to 1830.

County Treasurer's Office, First Floor

The Treasurer's Office has responsibility for the Tax Collector's Books.
Many of these volumes have been donated to the local history collection at the
Galena Public Library.
***


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From http://www.rootsweb.com/~iljodavi/vitals/MARBOOKA.htm

JO DAVIESS COUNTY, ILLINOIS MARRIAGES
BOOK A
December 4, 1849-December 5, 1855

KERWICK, MICHAEL BRADLEY, MARGARET 04/29/1855 A 402
***

Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
(events) from this partnershipl include:
• Their obituary was published 20 February 1913.
  Galena Weekly Gazette, 20 February 1913

 MRS. MARY E. GARDNER DEAD
 Old and Respected Resident of Galena Called Into Eternal Rest

      Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gardner passed into eternal rest at 1:45 Wednesday morning after
 an illness which was of a serious nature for the past week.
      Miss Mary Murray was born in Ireland in 1826. When three years of age she came to the
 United States and has been a resident of Galena for 63 years. In 1850 she was married at
 Vinegar Hill township. To this union ten children were born, four of whom survive, namely
 Mrs. Will Rouse, East Galena, Mrs. T. W. Whitby, Dubuque, Ia; Willis Gardner of St. Paul and
 Miss Margaret who has made her home with her mother. Mrs. Gardner's husband preceded
 her to the grave 17 years ago this coming March. Besides four children the deceased is
 survived by twenty-three grandchildren and seven great grand children.
      Mrs. Gardner possessed an unusual amount of character which made and held many
 friends. Her vitality and will-power kept her continually interested in her home and
 surroundings until the very last.
      The funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon from the late home on the corner of
 Bench and Perry streets to St. Mi[ch]ael's Catholic church at 3 o'clock. Interment will be made
 in the German Catholic cemetery.
 ***

• Reference:
  Galena's Old Stockade
  Used During the Black Hawk War - 1832
  A Short History of the Early Settlement of Galena and Its Early Settlers, Traders and Indians
  p. 65

     On the 5th day of February A. D. 1884, at two o'clock in the afternoon at the front door of
 the court house in the city of Galena, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, that Mrs. Mary Gardner was
 the highest bidder of the lot in which the Stockade stood.
     Mrs. Mary Gardner and her daughter, Miss Margaret Gardner moved into the Stockade or
 old Fort on February 22, 1884. Much repair was required to make the place livable, as the
 late Mrs. Farrar, through illness, and lack of means to do with.
     Mrs. Gardner repaired and put the Fort in good condition. Mrs. Gardner died February 13
 [19], 1913, and Miss Margaret Gardner after being retired from school, having taught for
 years, turned her attention to the Stockade and started research of the early days of Galena
 and the Black Hawk war. She did much to awaken the minds of people interested in history,
 and with the help of the D. A. R., the school board and the towns people in general, on Flag
 day June 14, 1932, they celebrated the hundr[e]dth anniversary of the Old Stockade, and at
 that time the first logs of the building were exposed to show the contruction of the building. A
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      Flag pole was erected and a most beautiful all wool Flag was presented to Miss Gardner.
      She did much to bring the knowledge of the Stockade to the public.
          Miss Margaret Gardner died on May 26, 1941, and left a will, appointing her niece May
      Bell Rouse, as executor of her last will and testament, and as property was very low, her
      brother the late James M. Rouse, bought the property in order to settle the estate. On
      September 17, 1948, James M. Rouse passed away and the family while here for the
      funeral, deeded the property to her sister with whom he lived, and who is the writer of this
      book [May Belle Rouse].
      ***

Mary next married John C. GARDNER 06 October 1850 in Vinegar Hill Township, Jo Daviess,
Illinois. John was born between 1812 and 1823 in Kentucky and died in March 1896.

6. Jacob BRENNER, son of J. BRENNER, was born 12 February 1849 in Germany, died 11
January 1916 in Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, and was buried in January 1916 in Linwood Cemetery,
Dubuque, Iowa.
    Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
    working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
    (events) for this individual include:
    • He immigrated SS Westernland 27 December 1883 to Antwerp to New York.
Jacob married Louisa ABRESCH about 1874. Louisa was born 10 May 1852 in Germany, was
christened 23 May 1852 in Dierdorf, Rheinland, Preussen, died 27 November 1924 in Dubuque,
Dubuque, Iowa, and was buried 30 November 1924 in Linwood Cemetery, Dubuque, Iowa.
    Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
    working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
    notes from this partnership include:
    FamilySearch International Genealogical Index:
    Christening, Louise Abresch,
    Source Call Number 0489978,
    23 May 1852, Evangelisch, Dierdorf, Rheinland, Preussen,
    Father: Joh. Georg Abresch, Mother: Elisabeth Goertz.
    ***

    The Iowa death certificate for Jacob Brenner shows:

    Birth: 12 February 1849 in Germany
    Parents: J. Brenner (Germany) and mother unknown
    Death: 11 January 1916 in Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa
    Age at death: 66 years
    Marital status at death: Married
    Occupation: Laborer
    Burial: Linwood Cemetery, Dubuque, Iowa
    Informant: Mrs. Jacob Brenner
    ***

    The Iowa death certificate for Louisa Brenner shows:

    Birth: 10 May 1852 in Germany
    Parents: Geo. Abrecht (Germany) and mother unknown
    Death: 27 November 1924 in Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa
    Age at death: 72 years
    Marital status at death: Widowed
    Spouse: Jacob Brenner
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Residence: 2686 Roosevelt
Number of years in USA: 41 years
Burial: Linwood Cemetery, Dubuque, Iowa
Informant: Louis Brenner
***

Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
(events) from this partnershipl include:
• Reference:
  Jacob Brenner & Louisa Abresch -> Sophia Brenner -> Mary Gardner -> Marvel Ohmann ->
  Sandra Dennis
  ***

• They immigrated SS Westernland 27 December 1883 to Antwerp to New York.
  Internet-published passenger records give the following:

    Brenner, Jacob, Age: 34, Gender: Male, Occupation Code: Farmer
    Brenner, Louise, Age: 32, Gender: Female, Occupation Code: None
    Brenner, George, Age: 12, Gender: Male, Occupation Code: None
    Brenner, Sophie, Age: 8, Gender: Female, Occupation Code: Child
    Brenner, Philip, Age: 5, Gender: Male, Occupation Code: Child
    Brenner, August, Age: 4, Gender: Male, Occupation Code: Child
    Brenner, Conrad, Age: 2, Gender: Male, Occupation Code: Child
    Brenner, Ludwig, Age: 11 months, Gender: Male, Occupation Code: Infant

    For all of the above names:

    Country: Germany
    Last Residence: Unknown
    Final Destination: Dubuque
    Port of Embarkation: Antwerp
    Manifest ID Number: 80463
    Ship's Name: Westernland
    Date of Arrival: Dec. 27, 1883
    ***

    Review of hardcopy of the microfilm (M237, Roll 472, List 1622) of the passenger list for the
    SS Westernland, Antwerp to New York, arrived 27 December 1883 confirms the above index.
    Number of pieces of luggage for the family is 6.
    ***

•
    Iowa State Census, 1895

    - Jacob Brenner 45 - Dubuque city
    - Louisa Brenner 41 - Dubuque city
    - George Brenner 24 - Dubuque city
    - Sophia Brenner 20 - Dubuque city
    - Philippine Brenner 18 - Dubuque city
    - Augusta Brenner 16 - Dubuque city
    - Conrad Brenner 14 - Dubuque city
    - Louis Brenner 12 - Dubuque city

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    - William Brenner 8 - Dubuque city
    - Louisa Brenner 3 - Dubuque city
    - Jacob Brenner 8 mo - Dubuque city

•
    1900 Census - Dubuque County, Iowa
    Roll 430, Book 2, Page 164

    The Jacob and Louisa Brenner household appears on line numbers 42 through 49.

    The census shows Jacob with his wife, Louisa; sons, George, Conrad, William, and Jacob;
    and daughter, Louisa. Another woman, Elisabeth Abresch, also lives with the family. Based
    on the relationship description for this woman (W-in Law or M-in Law), the age of the woman
    (76), and Louisa Brenner's maiden name on her death certificate (Abrecht), this woman is
    likely Louisa's mother.

    The census provides the month and year of birth for each person, and Jacob and Louisa's
    are consistent with their death certificates, Feb 1849 and May 1852 respectively. Jacob is 51
    and Louisa is 48 years old. They, their parents, and all of their children except for the two
    youngest were born in Germany. The census provides the immigration year, 1883, for Jacob,
    Louisa, and their German-born children. Louisa's mother, Elisabeth Abresch immigrated in
    1884. She was born in Sept 1823.

    Jacob's occupation is listed as lumber piler, and the census indicates he rents his home.
    Jacob's son, George, is a teamster, and son, Conrad, is a baker. The children William,
    Louisa, and Jacob are attending school. While all the adults and older children in the
    household can both read and write, Jacob, Louisa, and Elisabeth cannot speak English. The
    column for naturalization is blank for everyone in the family except Jacob.

    The census states that Jacob and Louisa had been married 26 years which would put the
    year of their marriage at 1873 or 1874. Louisa had given birth to 11 children of which nine are
    living at the time of the census.
    ***

•
    District 132, 5-Wd Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, 1910 (the copy is very difficult to read):

    412/444
    Brenner, Jacob, Head, 61, M1 35
    Louisa, Wife, 33, M1 35, 11 children, 8 living
    ?Louie?, Son, 27
    Louisa, Daughter, ?11/17/19?
    Jacob, Son, 16

    413/445
    Hiher, Herman, Head, 50, M1 11
    Philimena, Wife, 33, M1 11, 5 children, 5 living
    Arthur, Son, 11
    Gustav, Son, 7
    Louisa, Daughter, 6
    Sophia, Daughter, 4
    Daughter, 1

    414/446
    Brenner, Conrad, head, 29, M1 7
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        Anna, Wife, 28, M1 7, 1 child, 1 living
        Lucille A., Daughter, 3
        ***

    •
        District 145, Dubuque Ward 5, Dubuque, Iowa, 15 January 1920:

        841/219/238:
        Brenner, Ludwig W., Head, Age ?3?7, Single, 1884, Na
        Jacob, Relation: Brother, Age 25, Single
        Louisa, Relation: Mother, Age 67, Widowed, 1884, Na
        Schmidt. William, Relation: Brother-in-law, Age 27, Married
        Louisa, Relation: Sister, Age 28, Married
        Edward C., Relation: Nephew, Age 9
        Violet, Relation: Niece, Age 3 3/12
        Lucile, Relation: Niece, Age 1 8/12

        851/220/239:
        Hiher, Herman A., Head, 59, Married, 1877, Na
        Philipina M., Wife, 43, Married, 1884, Na
        Arthur H., Son, 21, Single
        Gustav W., Son, 17, Single
        Louisa C., Daughter, 16, Single
        Sophie K., Daughter, 13
        Anna P., Daughter, 10
        Margarite M., Daugher, 5
        ***

Children from this partnership include:
              i.  George BRENNER was born 22 January 1871 and died 25 December 1915.
                  George married Caroline about 1900. Caroline was born about 1874.
     3       ii.  Sophia M. BRENNER (born 05 January 1875 in Rhein, Prussia (Germany) - died
                  20 May 1958 in St. Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota). Sophia married Willis M.
                  GARDNER 09 December 1891 in Dubuque County, Iowa. Willis was born 01 June
                  1868 in Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois, died 03 May 1949 in St. Paul, Ramsey,
                  Minnesota, and was buried 06 May 1949 in Resurrection Cemetery, Mendota
                  Heights, Minnesota.
            iii.  Philamena BRENNER was born in 1876. Philamena married Herman HIHER.
            iv.   Augusta BRENNER was born in 1878. Augusta married Herman KOTTKE.
             v.   Conrad BRENNER was born 17 November 1880 in Germany. Conrad married
                  Anna GRUBER. Anna was born in 1882 in Iowa.
            vi.   Ludwig W. BRENNER was born 19 October 1882 and died 30 July 1955. Ludwig
                  married Lena SIETMANN. Lena was born 28 September 1901 and died 01 May
                  1974.
           vii.   William BRENNER was born about 1887 and died between 1900 and 1910.
           viii.  Louisa BRENNER was born about 1892. Louisa married William SCHMIDT.
            ix.   Jacob J. BRENNER was born 27 March 1894. Jacob married Sophia SIETMANN.
             x.   Fronie BRENNER.

7. Louisa ABRESCH, daughter of Joh. Georg ABRESCH and Elisabeth GOERTZ, was born
10 May 1852 in Germany, was christened 23 May 1852 in Dierdorf, Rheinland, Preussen, died 27
November 1924 in Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, and was buried 30 November 1924 in Linwood
Cemetery, Dubuque, Iowa.



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     Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
     working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
     (events) for this individual include:
     • She immigrated SS Westernland 27 December 1883 to Antwerp to New York.
Louisa married Jacob BRENNER about 1874. Jacob was born 12 February 1849 in Germany, died
11 January 1916 in Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa, and was buried in January 1916 in Linwood Cemetery,
Dubuque, Iowa.




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Fourth Generation (Great-Grandparents)
  8. Bennett GARDNER, son of Thomas GARDNER, was born in Maryland and died 15 April 1845 in
  Center, Ralls, Missouri.
  Bennett married Margaret CHADBURN. Margaret died 13 March 1854.
       Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
       working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
       notes from this partnership include:
       From Portrait and Biographical Record of Marion, Ralls and Pike Counties Missouri 1895
       (1982 Revised Edition), pages 670 - 671: Squire Lewis H. Gardner, a pioneer of Ralls County,
       Mo., was born in Scott County, Ky., August 22, 1822. His grandfather Thomas Gardner was
       born in Scotland and came to this country prior to the Revolutionary War and located in
       Maryland. He married in that State and engaged in farming, and during the struggle for
       independence served in the army of his adopted country. He removed to Scott County, Ky.,
       about the year 1812. In his family were the following children: Joseph, who remained in
       Kentucky; Bennett, the father of our subject; Elizabeth, who lived and died in Kentucky; Mary,
       who married David Pulis and moved to Missouri in 1830, and subsequently to Shellsburg,
       Wis., where she died; Ann, who remained single and died in Ralls County. Thomas Gardner
       was a member of the Roman Catholic Church and died in that faith.

        Bennett Gardner, the father of our subject, was born near Baltimore, Md., January 15, 1785.
        His boyhood was spent on a farm and his education received in the common schools. He
        married in Maryland Margarette Chadburn, a daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Chadburn. Her
        father was a native of England, and ran away from home when a boy of twelve years to escape
        the severity of his step-mother. He was compelled to carry water on Sunday for the Monday
        washings, and on Sunday set his bucket down at the spring and never afterward returned to
        his home. He settled in Maryland, but moved to Kentucky in 1812 at the same time with the
        Gardners. In 1830 he [Bennett Gardner] removed to Missouri and located in Center Township,
        Ralls County, which was his home until his death May 10 [April 15], 1845. His wife survived
        him until [March 13] 1854 and they were both buried in St. Paul Cemetery, Center Township.
        They were faithful members of the Roman Catholic Church.

        Bennett and Elizabeth [Margaret] Gardner were the parents of the following children: Ann, born
        December 17, 1807, married William Pulis in Kentucky, moved to Missouri in 1830, and died in
        1844; Julia A., born March 10, 1809, married Joseph Hardy in Ralls County, moved to
        Wisconsin in 1845, and then back to Missouri and again to Wisconsin, where she died;
        Teresa, born January 16, 1811, married Phillip McBride in Wisconsin; John C., born March 6,
        1812, went to Jo Daviess County, Ill. (1832), returned to Missouri and went to school ten years
        and then returned to Illinois; Elizabeth, born February 11, 1815, was married in Ralls County to
        Abraham Sibert and moved to Wisconsin in 1841, then to Dubuque, Ia., where she died;
        Susan, born January 23, 1816, was married to Conrad Pulis in Ralls County, moved to Audrain
        County, and from thence to Shellsburg, Wis., thence to Dubuque, Ia., where she died;
        Margaret, born February 22, 1820, died in Ralls County at the home of our subject; Lewis H.,
        our subject; Sarah H., born August 12, 1824, married John Shuck, who died in 1863, and she
        now resides in Hannibal, Mo.; Thomas B., born November 9, 1827, left Missouri in 1847, and
        never returned; he was last heard from in the Wisconsin pineries and is supposed to have
        perished in one of the forest fires in that State; William M., born January 27, 1832, died at the
        home of our subject in 1858. The father of these children died in 1845 and the mother in
        1854...
        ***

        From FindAGrave.com:

        Bennett Gardner
        Birth: Jan., 1785
        Death: Apr. 15, 1845

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Note: H/O: Margaret ???.

Burial::
Saint Paul Cemetery
Center
Ralls County
Missouri, USA

Created by: Robin Gatson
Record added: Aug 13 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15316841
***

From FindAGrave.com:

Margaret Gardner
Birth: 1784
Death: Mar. 13, 1854

Note: W/O: Bennett Gardner.

Burial::
Saint Paul Cemetery
Center
Ralls County
Missouri, USA

Created by: Robin Gatson
Record added: Aug 13 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15316859
***

Ralls County Times
New London, MO
9 March 1900
Page 6, column 1

Old Settler's Biographies - No. 2

Lewis Henry Gardner

On the 22nd day of August, 1822, in Scott county, Kentucky, Lewis Henry Gardner, of Center
township, was born...

Mr. Gardner is of Scotch ancestry, a race of sturdy, honest and heroic people, which national
traits have shown themselves in the fathers and family of him of whom we now write. His
grandfather, Thomas Gardner, was a native of Scotland, came to America when the spirit of
freedom was rising like a young giant in the Colonies and when the news from Concord and
Lexington told that the struggle for independence had ripened into battle, he joined the
continental army in defense of his adopted country and fought to the close of the war. Surely,
may Squire Gardner feel that in his veins course heroic blood, for that which has come down
from the men of seventy-six is of nobler origin and far more royal than ever warmed the robes
of
a king.


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     In 1830, Mr. Gardner's parents came to Missouri and settled in Center township, this county,
     where the father died in 1845. He was the father of eleven children of whom Lewis Henry was
     the eighth. When twenty-one years of age he left the parental roof and went to Illinois where he
     engaged in lead mining and where he espoused the cause of the Democratic party and cast
     his first vote for James K. Polk for President in 1844. He returned to Missouri in 1847, took
     charge of the home farm near Center, and in 1849 was married to Miss Mary Baxter...
     ***

     Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
     working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
     (events) from this partnershipl include:
     •
         1820 United States Federal Census

         Name: Bennet Gardner
         Township: Georgetown
         County: Scott
         State: Kentucky
     •
         1830 United States Federal Census

         Name: Bennett Gardner
         County: Scott
         State: Kentucky
     •
         1840 United States Federal Census

         Name: Bennet Gardner
         Township: Salt River
         County: Ralls
         State: Missouri
Children from this partnership include:
              i.  Ann GARDNER. Ann married William PULIS in Kentucky.
             ii.  Julia Ann GARDNER was born about 1810. Julia married Joseph HARDY in June
                  1831 in Ralls County, Missouri.
            iii.  Teresa GARDNER. Teresa married Phillip McBRIDE in Wisconsin.
     4      iv.   John C. GARDNER (born between 1812 and 1823 in Kentucky - died in March
                  1896). John married Mary Elizabeth MURRAY 06 October 1850 in Vinegar Hill
                  Township, Jo Daviess, Illinois. Mary was born in 1826 in Ireland, died 19 February
                  1913 in Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois, and was buried 20 February 1913 in St. Mary's
                  Cemetery, Galena, Jo Daviess, Illinois.
             v.   Elizabeth GARDNER. Elizabeth married Abraham SIBERT in Ralls County,
                  Missouri.
            vi.   Susan GARDNER. Susan married Conrad PULIS.
           vii.   Margaret GARDNER.
           viii.  Lewis Henry GARDNER was born 27 August 1822 and died 23 August 1906.
                  Lewis married Mary A. Baxter. Mary was born 21 November 1824 and died 20
                  April 1881.
            ix.   Sarah H. GARDNER. Sarah married John SHUCK.
             x.   Thomas B. GARDNER.
            xi.   William M. GARDNER.



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9. Margaret CHADBURN, daughter of Joseph CHADBURN and Elizabeth, died 13 March 1854.
Margaret married Bennett GARDNER. Bennett was born in Maryland and died 15 April 1845 in
Center, Ralls, Missouri.
12. J. BRENNER.
J. married.
A child from this partnership is:
     6       i.    Jacob BRENNER (born 12 February 1849 in Germany - died 11 January 1916 in
                   Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa). Jacob married Louisa ABRESCH about 1874.
                   Louisa was born 10 May 1852 in Germany, was christened 23 May 1852 in
                   Dierdorf, Rheinland, Preussen, died 27 November 1924 in Dubuque, Dubuque,
                   Iowa, and was buried 30 November 1924 in Linwood Cemetery, Dubuque, Iowa.

14. Joh. Georg ABRESCH.
Joh. married Elisabeth GOERTZ. Elisabeth was born in September 1823 in Germany.
A child from this partnership is:
     7       i.    Louisa ABRESCH (born 10 May 1852 in Germany - died 27 November 1924 in
                   Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa). Louisa married Jacob BRENNER about 1874. Jacob
                   was born 12 February 1849 in Germany, died 11 January 1916 in Dubuque,
                   Dubuque, Iowa, and was buried in January 1916 in Linwood Cemetery, Dubuque,
                   Iowa.

15. Elisabeth GOERTZ was born in September 1823 in Germany.
    Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
    working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or notes
    (events) for this individual include:
    • She immigrated in 1884.
Elisabeth married Joh. Georg ABRESCH.




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Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandparents)
    16. Thomas GARDNER was born in Scotland.
       Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
       working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
       notes for this individual include:
       A Thomas Gardner is mentioned:

       http://www.thistleandbee.com/1700va/personalities-thomas-nancy-young.html
       In July 1778, Thos. Ferguson, listed on the company muster roll, dated June 4th, Valley Forge,
       shows term of enlistment of 3 years, rank as Private, 2nd Virginia State Regiment, Captain
       Benjamin C. Spillar's Company, commanded by Coloney Gregory Smith. The 2nd Virginia State,
       5th division, 1 st Virginia Brigade, entered Valley Forge May 1778 with 402 man assigned, 396
       fit for duty. The unit left Valley Forge with 401 man assigned, 299 fit for duty to replace the 13
       Virginia. Staff officers were Colonel Gregory Smith, Lt Colonel Charles Dabney, Lt. Colonel
       William Brent and Major John Lee. Company officers were Captain Peter Bernard, Captain John
       Lewis, Captain Harry Dudley, Captain Henry Garnett, Captain Thomas Bressic, Captain James
       Quarles, Captain Benjamin Spiller and Captain Phil Taliaferro. Staff officers were
       Quartermaster Thomas Collie, Adjutant Samuel Carey, Surgeon Mate Lodowick Brodie,
       Quartermaster Sergeant Thomas Glover, Sergeant Major Thomas Gardner, Drum Major James
       Taylor and Fife Major Simon Harrison.
  Thomas married in Maryland.
       Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
       working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
       notes from this partnership include:
       From Portrait and Biographical Record of Marion, Ralls and Pike Counties Missouri 1895
       (1982 Revised Edition), pages 670 - 671: Squire Lewis H. Gardner, a pioneer of Ralls
       County, Mo., was born in Scott County, Ky., August 22, 1822. His grandfather Thomas
       Gardner was born in Scotland and came to this country prior to the Revolutionary War and
       located in Maryland. He married in that State and engaged in farming, and during the struggle
       for independence served in the army of his adopted country. He removed to Scott County, Ky.,
       about the year 1812. In his family were the following children: Joseph, who remained in
       Kentucky; Bennett, the father of our subject; Elizabeth, who lived and died in Kentucky; Mary,
       who married David Pulis and moved to Missouri in 1830, and subsequently to Shellsburg,
       Wis., where she died; Ann, who remained single and died in Ralls County. Thomas Gardner
       was a member of the Roman Catholic Church and died in that faith...
       ***

       http://www.usgwcensus.org/cenfiles/md/montgomery/1790/pg00085.txt


       1790 US Census, First Census of the United States
       Montgomery Co., Maryland
       Name of Head of Family      Free White Males         Free     All other
                                     inc. head           White    Free
                                      of family         Females   Persons Slaves
                                        16 &    under inc. head
       Pg# Ln# Last Name First Name       upwards     16 of family


       86 152 Gardner        Thomas                     2          3           3              .    .
       86 153 Seeders        Bennett                   1          5           3           .       4
       ***

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Maryland Indexes
Marriage References
MSA S 1527
Seeders, Bennett, m. by 13 Jan 1764, Eave, dau. of Peter Cornelius of QA Co. (MDAD 50:276).
***

Could the following marriages be our brothers, Joseph and Bennett Gardner?

Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850

Name: Joseph Gardner
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 24 Dec 1802
Spouse: Elizabeth Chadburn
State: Maryland
County: Montgomery

Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850

Name: Margaret Chadburn
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 8 Nov 1806
Spouse: Benjamin Garner
State: Maryland
County: Montgomery
***

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kyscott/queryDec1998.htm
December 1, 1998
Scott County, Kentucky - Will, dated, January 12, 1803 of William Gardner. Names, wife; Mary
- Children; Anne, John, James, William, Jensy, Marion, Thomas, Gardner and Sally Goodram.
Is anyone familiar with this family.
June LeClair
***

Ralls County Times
New London, MO
9 March 1900
Page 6, column 1

Old Settler's Biographies - No. 2

Lewis Henry Gardner

....Thomas Gardner, was a native of Scotland, came to America when the spirit of
freedom was rising like a young giant in the Colonies and when the news from Concord and
Lexington told that the struggle for independence had ripened into battle, he joined the
continental army in defense of his adopted country and fought to the close of the war....
***

From http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/CORNELIUS/1998-08/0903865946
From: <bhgothie@mindspring.com>
Subject: Re: [CORNELIUS-L] John CORNELIUS, Balto Co.
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 1998 08:52:26 -0100


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    Charlie,
    When I was looking for John and Martha CORNELIUS I found the following in
    Maryland Marriage Records by Annie Burns p. 1938 Vol: CLE-CY

    Mary Ann CORNELIUS married Daniel BISHOP, daughter of Peter and Mary
    CORNELIUS in Queen Anne's Co, 1764. Reference: the Administrative Accounts
    Liber 50, Folio 276 , in the Land Office at Annapolis.

    Right under that is the next citation:

    Rebecca CORNELIUS married Bennett SEEDERS, daughter of Peter and Mary
    CORNELIUS in Queen Anne's Co., 1764. Reference: The Administrative Accounts
    Liber 50, Folio 276 in Land Office, Annapolis.

    Hope this helps you eastern shore MD folks.
    Barbara Gothie
    ***

    From http://74.125.95.132/search?
    q=cache:4kckJk75gNsJ:www.msa.md.gov/megafile/msa/stagsere/se1/se27/000100/000165/
    pdf/se27-0165.pdf+%22bennett+seeders%22+maryland&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=6&gl=us
    Weedon, Hannah M Bennett Seeders
    Remarks:Anne Arundel County, Date of Marriage: 1793, December 28
    Reference:Anne Arundel County Marriage, Record 1777-1813, p. 54
    ***
Children from this partnership include:
              i.  Joseph GARDNER.
     8       ii.  Bennett GARDNER (born in Maryland - died 15 April 1845 in Center, Ralls,
                  Missouri). Bennett married Margaret CHADBURN. Margaret died 13 March 1854.
            iii.  Elizabeth GARDNER.
            iv.   Mary A. GARDNER died after 1850. Mary married David PULIS between 1818
                  and 1822. David was born 08 January 1781 and died 10 April 1848.
             v.   Ann GARDNER.

18. Joseph CHADBURN.
Joseph married Elizabeth.
    Please note: Births, marriages, deaths, relationships, etc. should be considered a lead or
    working theory unless supporting documentation is provided. Documentation and/or general
    notes from this partnership include:
    From Portrait and Biographical Record of Marion, Ralls and Pike Counties Missouri 1895 (1982
    Revised Edition), page 671: ...Bennett Gardner...married in Maryland Margarette Chadburn, a
    daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Chadburn. Her father was a native of England, and ran away
    from home when a boy of twelve years to escape the severity of his step-mother. He was
    compelled to carry water on Sunday for the Monday washings, and on Sunday set his bucket
    down at the spring and never afterward returned to his home. He settled in Maryland, but
    moved to Kentucky in 1812 at the same time with the Gardners...
    ***


A child from this partnership is:
     9       i.    Margaret CHADBURN (died 13 March 1854). Margaret married Bennett
                   GARDNER. Bennett was born in Maryland and died 15 April 1845 in Center, Ralls,
                   Missouri.

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19. Elizabeth.
Elizabeth married Joseph CHADBURN.




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                                                Name Index
, Caroline (Abt 1874-      ), 21
, Delores, 7
, Elizabeth, 25, 29, 30
, Five Children (1929-1936), 4
, Mary A. Baxter (1824-1881), 25
ABRESCH, Joh. Georg, 21, 26
ABRESCH, Louisa (1852-1924), 8, 18, 21, 26
BRENNER, Augusta (1878-            ), 21
BRENNER, Conrad (1880-            ), 21
BRENNER, Fronie, 21
BRENNER, George (1871-1915), 21
BRENNER, J., 18, 26
BRENNER, Jacob (1849-1916), 8, 18, 22, 26
BRENNER, Jacob J. (1894-            ), 21
BRENNER, Louisa (Abt 1892-             ), 21
BRENNER, Ludwig W. (1882-1955), 21
BRENNER, Philamena (1876-              ), 21
BRENNER, Sophia M. (1875-1958), 1, 5, 8, 14, 21
BRENNER, William (Abt 1887-Between 1900), 21
CHADBURN, Joseph, 25, 29, 30
CHADBURN, Margaret (           -1854), 9, 23, 25, 29
DENNIS, James Allen (1907-1982), 4
DENNIS, James Allen (1931-            ), 4
GARDNER, Agnes Margaret (1905-                 ), 8
GARDNER, Alice (1895-          ), 7
GARDNER, Ann, 25, 29
GARDNER, Belle (1907-          ), 8
GARDNER, Bennett (          -1845), 9, 23, 26, 29
GARDNER, Charles Edward (1914-1962), 8
GARDNER, Clarence Marcellous (1901-1976), 7
GARDNER, Clement (Cy) E. (1898-1974), 7
GARDNER, Elizabeth, 25, 29
GARDNER, Frank Robert (1918-1991), 8
GARDNER, George William (1892-1950), 7
GARDNER, Isabelle (1856-           ), 14
GARDNER, John C. (Between 1812-1896), 5, 9, 18, 25
GARDNER, John W. (1852-             ), 14
GARDNER, John Willis (1893-             ), 7
GARDNER, Joseph, 29
GARDNER, Julia Ann (Abt 1810-              ), 25
GARDNER, Lawrence (1911-1914), 8
GARDNER, Lewis Henry (1822-1906), 25
GARDNER, Louis Wharton (1896-1973), 7
GARDNER, Margaret, 25
GARDNER, Margaret (1854-1941), 14
GARDNER, Mary A. (          -After 1850), 29
GARDNER, Mary C. (1858-1940), 14
GARDNER, Mary Cecelia (1903-1938), 1, 8

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GARDNER, Sarah H., 25
GARDNER, Susan, 25
GARDNER, Susan B. (1855-1931), 14
GARDNER, Teresa, 25
GARDNER, Thomas, 23, 27
GARDNER, Thomas B., 25
GARDNER, William M., 25
GARDNER, Willis, 8
GARDNER, Willis M. (1868-1949), 1, 5, 8, 14, 21
GOERTZ, Elisabeth (1823-         ), 21, 26
GRAMLING, Joseph Anthony, 4
GRUBER, Anna (1882-          ), 21
HARDY, Joseph, 25
HIHER, Herman, 21
HORIHAN, Elaine Marie, 3
KARTH, Edward, 8
KENYON, Guy T. (1897-1987), 8
KERWICK,, 15
KLIMA, Charlene Joann, 3
KOTTKE, Herman, 21
MAIER, Elaine Augusta (1914-1998), 8
McBRIDE, Phillip, 25
MOULDER, Virginia (       -1978), 7
MURRAY, Mary Elizabeth (1826-1913), 5, 9, 14, 25
OHMANN, Carol Ann, 4
OHMANN, Clyde Walter, 3
OHMANN, Earl Frederick, 3
OHMANN, Friedrich (Fred) Walter (1898-1998), 1, 7
OHMANN, Jobst Heinrich (Henry) (1846-1925), 1
OHMANN, Lyle Robert (1932-1992), 4
OHMANN, Marvel Marcella (1934-1989), 4
PRIEBE, Clara, 7
PUDIL, Delores, 3
PULIS, Conrad, 25
PULIS, David (1781-1848), 29
PULIS, William, 25
ROUSE, William A. (1854-1931), 14
SACHS, Emma Frederika (1860-1961), 1
SCHMIDT, William, 21
SHEPPARD, Alice Frances (1911-2001), 4
SHUCK, John, 25
SIBERT, Abraham, 25
SIETMANN, Lena (1901-1974), 21
SIETMANN, Sophia, 21
WALSH, Grace Agnes (1905-2004), 7
WHITBY, Thomas W. (         -After 1920), 14




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