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  • Benjamin Gardiner (1665 - bef.1755)
    Notes From "At this point, I know nothing of (633) Sarah Gardiner, except that she was b. in RI. The only Gardner/ Gardiner family attributed to RI by Savage was that of (2532) George Gardner, a Qu...
  • Elizabeth Allen (c.1582 - aft.1682)
    Not the mother of Thomas Gardner, "Old Planter" she did not have a son called Thomas. 6). Elizabeth White (c.1582 - 1682) She married twice. Firstly to Thomas Gardner of Little Bourton in Cropredy Ox...
  • George Gardner (1599 - 1677)
    GEORGE GARDINER – IMMIGRANT George Gardiner, 5th son and youngest child of Rev. Michael and Margaret Browne, was baptized in Holy Cross Church, Greenford Magna, County Middlesex, England, Feb. 15, 15...
  • Benjamin Gardner (1683 - 1764)
    GEDCOM Note ===== Biography == This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited. === User ID ===: User ID: DE05B75810B9D511B844080009DD8EDAF3C0=== LDS Ba...
  • Solomon Gardner (1680 - 1760)
    Information obtained from Thomas Gardner and his Nantucket descendants by WLM. Folger SC929.2 G176F The History of Nantucket, by Alexander Starbuck === GEDCOM Note ===== Biography ===== Marriage ==...

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Gardner family of whalers operating out of Nantucket,

Overview

The Gardner Whaling Family has been traced back to Roger De Gardiano.

The Gardner family were a group of whalers operating out of Nantucket, Massachusetts from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries. Some members of the family gained wider exposure due to their discovery of various islands in the Pacific Ocean. By marriage, they were related to the Coffins, another Nantucket whaling family.

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