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James Gardner

Birthdate: (65)
Birthplace: Birmingham, Warwick, England
Death: Died in Cradock, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Immediate Family:

Son of Edward Gardner, SV/PROG and Mary Gardner, SM/PROG
Husband of Ann Gardner
Father of Alfred James Gardner; Sarah Elizabeth Trollip; Mary Ellen McLeod; Charles Richard Gardner; Fanny Maria Kemp and 5 others
Brother of Hezekiah Gardner; Elizabeth Gardner; Mary Ann Dennison; John Gardner, SV/PROG 4; Diana Gardner and 1 other

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About James Gardner

1820 British Settler

James Gardner 5 together with his parents and 2 siblings, were children of the Leader of Gardner's Party of 24 people on the Settler ship Sir George Osborn.

Party originated from Warwickshire

Departure London, 16 March 1820. Arrival Simon's Bay, Cape Town - 17 June 1820. Final Port Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth - July 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party : Kareiga River Valley

Children :

  • Hezekiah Gardner 8
  • James Gardner 5
  • Elizabeth Gardner 5 (died at sea)

----------------------------------------------------------------- Microfilm #1768520 Cradock Christenings: 1842-1868 Item 4: Index to Film #1560965, Item 15 Transcribed by Ellen Stanton The number following the name refers to the Entry # in the original register. Items are arranged in order by Surname, Given name(s), and Entry #.

GARDNER, Alfred James, 668 GARDNER, Charles Richard, 248 GARDNER, Edward John Bishop, 558 GARDNER, Eliza Young, 461 GARDNER, Fanny Maria, 303 GARDNER, James Edward, 180 GARDNER, Kate Lavina, 970 GARDNER, Louisa Ann, 345 GARDNER, Mary Ellen, 220 GARDNER, Sarah Elizabeth, 155

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James Gardner's Timeline

November 5, 1814
Birmingham, Warwick, England
March 26, 1863
Age 48
December 1, 1879
Age 65
Cradock, Eastern Cape, South Africa