John GARDYNER, 1705 Dixton ? (General)

by MPGriffiths @, Tuesday, June 18, 2024, 15:54 (35 days ago) @ MPGriffiths

This might be worth looking at and reading on Google Books, only because John & Elizabeth had a son Edward, christened n 1738

Google books

A Plain and concise treatise on the properties of Apples and Pears - printed 1700

There is a statement etc - signed by moft humble servant,


Whitchurch near Monmouth, Herefordshire


Also on Google books

A copy of the Poll, taken in Wide-Marsh for the County of - dated 1754

Freeeholders' Names


Place of Abode: Whitchurch -

Place of Freehold : Ditto.


On Google Books:

Original poems, and essays, by the late William GARDINER - dated 1854

'The author of this column, William GARDINER was born at Whitchurch, in Herefordshire, on the 16h April 1766.

He was the second son of Mr Edward GARDINER, gentleman Whitchurch, and grandson of Edward Gardiner, Esq., barrister-at law, of the same place, who married Mary HUGHES, coheiress of Richard HUGHES Esq. whose ancestors resided at Moyn's Court near Chepstow, and who mother was of the famous house of Morgan.

His paternal great grandmother was a Miss Kemmys, a decendant of one etc. etc.


Forest of Dean records

William GARDYNER, christened at Whitchurch 17 April 1766, parents, Edward & Mary.


Obbviously, I've no idea whether this is connected in any way. It just shows how Google Books can be a very helpful in family trees.

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