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James Phillips Lardner MP (1914 - 1938)

James Lardner was a journalist who enlisted in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade to fight against Franco's rebel forces in Spain. In March of 1938 Lardner traveled to Barcelona and after observing the war fi...

Jessie Jolly (Lardner) MP (1828 - d.)

Ring Lardner MP (1885 - 1933)

The famous auther, Ring Lardner, was born on March 6, 1885 in Niles, Berrien county, Michigan. His name was derived from the last name of a family friend. A great baseball sportswriter, he is mainly re...

Ring Lardner, Jr. MP (1915 - 2000)

Ringgold Wilmer "Ring" Lardner, Jr. (August 19, 1915 – October 31, 2000) was an American journalist and screenwriter blacklisted by the Hollywood movie studios during the Red Scare of the late 1...

Adeline Lardner (1864 - d.)

Albert E Lardner (1866 - d.)

Alex Lardner (deceased)

Alexander Lardner (deceased)

He married Sarah A. Crisler on 24 December 1873 in Philadelphia. They had four children: James Lawrence, Lloyd, Jennie, and Mildred. Alexander married another Sarah on 10 October 1894 after the first h...

Alexander Lardner (1786 - d.)

Alfred J Lardner (deceased)

Alyce Lardner (deceased)

Ann Lardner (1843 - d.)

Ann Lardner (c.1802 - d.)

Ann Lardner (Shepard) (c.1773 - 1811)

Ann Lardner (Sheppard) (deceased)

Anna Lardner (Gibbon) (1833 - d.)

Anna Blanch Lardner (b. - 1975)

Anna Boswell Lardner (Tennant) (deceased)

Anna Tobin (Lardner) (b. - 1967)

Anne Lardner (deceased)

Anne Mahoney (Lardner) (deceased)

Bernard J. Lardner (b. - 1960)

Caroline Lardner (1869 - d.)

Carrie Stamps RICE-Lardner (1914 - 1944)

Catherine Gibbon (Lardner) (1799 - 1874)

Catherine Lardner (Lawrence) (deceased)

Catherine Gibbon (Lardner) (deceased)

Catherine Gibbons (Lardner) (c.1799 - c.1874)

Catherine Breck Lardner (deceased)

David Ellis Lardner (1919 - 1944)

A movie and night club reviewer and an occassional 'reporter at large' for the New Yorker. A war correspondent, he died in surgery on occupied German soil in 1944, the victim of a mine explosion.

Dennis Bulter LARDNER, I (c.1912 - d.)

Dionisius Lardner (1862 - d.)

Dionysius Lardner (1793 - 1859)

Dionysius Lardner (3 April 1793 - 29 April 1859) was an Irish scientific writer who popularised science and technology, and edited the 133-volume Cabinet Cyclopedia. Early life in Dublin His ...

Edward Lardner (c.1862 - d.)

Edward Lardner (1785 - d.)

Eileen Jackson (Lardner) (1929 - 2012)

Eliza Lardner (1856 - d.)

Elizabeth Lardner (deceased)

Elizabeth Norris (Lardner) (1729 - d.)

Elizabeth Lardner (Oakes) (1693 - d.)

Elizabeth Branson Lardner (deceased)

Elizabeth Lardner (1863 - 1865)

Elizabeth A. Lardner (c.1849 - d.)

Elizabeth Lardner (c.1777 - d.)

Elizabeth Lardner (Branson) (1732 - d.)

Ella Lardner (Swaltzer) (deceased)

Ellen Lardner (Wilmer) (deceased)

Ellen Lardner (deceased)

Ellis Lardner (Abbott) (deceased)

Ellis Lardner (Abbott) (deceased)

Frances Lardner (c.1793 - d.)

Frances Lardner (deceased)

Frank Lardner (deceased)

George Breck Lardner (deceased)

George Lardner (1860 - d.)

George Lardner (deceased)

Gerard Lardner (deceased)

Hannah Lardner (deceased)

Hannah Lardner (c.1797 - d.)

Hannah Penn (Lardner) (c.1710 - d.)

Hannah Lardner (Moore) (deceased)

Harriet Lardner (1801 - d.)

Harry Lardner (deceased)

Helen Wells (Lardner) (deceased)

Henry Lardner (1839 - 1914)

He was Vice President of the First National Bank. He died in Niles, Michigan.

Henry Lardner (1804 - 1862)

He was born in February 1804 in Philadelphia. He married Mary Ann Keya and then moved to Michigan, like his cousin, William Lardner Jr., below. He died in Michigan on 9 August 1862.

Henry Lardner (deceased)

Henry Lardner (1839 - 1914)

Henry "Harry" Lardner, Jr. (1879 - 1954)

James Biddle Lardner (1808 - 1829)

James Lardner (1797 - d.)

James Lawerence Lardner, Jr. (c.1857 - d.)

The son of Rear Admiral James Lawrence Lardner 's second wife, Ellen, he was born in Philadelphia in about 1857. He resided in the Lynford Lardner mansion of 1760. The house had belonged to John Lardne...

James Lardner (deceased)

RDML James Lardner (twin) (1802 - 1881)

He was born on 20 November 1802 in Philadelphia. His twin brother was Lawrence Saltar Lardner. He was warranted a Midshipman on 10 May 1820. Lardner served in the Pacific squadron under Commodore Stewa...

James Lardner (deceased)

James Lawrence Lardner (deceased)

James Lardner (deceased)

Jane Clark (Lardner) (deceased)

Janie Bedford Lardner (Glover) (deceased)

Jennie Lardner (deceased)

Jessie May Lardner (Barnier) (1889 - 1956)

John J Lardner (1817 - d.)

John Lardner (c.1780 - d.)

John J Lardner (1858 - d.)

Dr. John Lardner (c.1670 - d.)

John Lardner (Larder) (1752 - 1825)

Born on September 6, 1752, John Lardner served in the Revolutionary War, first as a Private from 1775 to 1779, then as a Cornet, the lowest officer rank in the cavalry, from 1779 to 1783, in the Philad...

John Lardner (1926 - d.)

John Lardner (deceased)

John Abbott Lardner (1912 - 1958)

Julia A. Lardner (Lewis) (deceased)

Katherine Lardner (O'Neill) (deceased)

Katherine Lardner (b. - 1935)

Kathleen Lardner (deceased)

Kathryn Lardner (b. - 1939)

Kristin Lardner (c.1971 - 1992)

Lawrence Saltar Lardner (twin) (1802 - 1873)

Lena Lardner (1876 - 1960)

Lena Bogardus Lardner (Phillips) (1843 - 1919)

Lena Lardner (1843 - 1919)

Lena Lardner (1876 - 1960)