Person:William Francis Gardiner

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William Francis Gardiner


 Farmer

Born:1835, Alabama
Died:March 15, 1909, Huntsville, Alabama
Father of:Carney Francis Gardiner
Son of:David Gardiner
Son of:Sarah Elizabeth Bell Gardiner


Notes:

•  "On 4/20/1859, William Francis (1835-1909) married Margaret E. Mitchell (1837-1869). She was the daughter of Pleasant J. Mitchell. William and Margaret's three children were Cynthia Ann, Mariah E., and James Edgar. William served as a first lieutenant in the CSA. After Margaret's death, William married Mary Stogner in 1871. Their children were Maury Styles, Carney, an infant daughter, and Lura Vann. William is buried in Ebenezer Presbyterian Cemetery." - Huie

•  "He enlisted as a private in Company A, 49th Alabama Infantry. He filed for his pension in Madison County." - Civil War Soldiers

•  Enlisted April, 1862 in Huntsville, Alabama - 1907 Census of Confederate Veterans.

•  "Entered service a Private on April 1862 at Huntsville, Alabama in the Co. A. 49th Alabama Infantry. May 1st was made 1st Lieutenant of said company, was captured at Port Hudson, LA. Mad my escape and joined by command at Cahaba Alabama and continued in service until the Surrender." - Original Image of the 1907 Sensus of Confederate soldiers

•  Tax Assessor 1888-1892. - Record


Related Links:
•  1907 Census of Confederate Veterans. - Madison County, Alabama Census.
•  Civil War Soldiers - Madison County ALArchives Military Records
•  Huie - Article about David Gardiner, William's father, but includes information about Williams family written by Martha Poarch Huie and submitted for publication by Sarah Huie Hines to The Heritage of Madison County, Alabama, by The Madison County Heritage Book Committee, John P. Rankin, Chairman, page 197.
•  Original Image of the 1907 Sensus of Confederate soldiers - This view of the original census can be seen only with an Ancestry.com paid subscription.
•  Record - A Dream Come True: The Story of Madison County and Incidentally of Alabama and the United States, Volume I, by James Record, 1970, page 211.


The Following Pages Link to this Page:
•  Carney Francis Gardiner
•  David Gardiner
•  Sarah Elizabeth Bell Gardiner



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