Monday, September 28, 2009

Charles Stewart Gardiner 1885 - 1960

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Both are true.  The mission was to Germany. The car was parked at an intersection waiting for a red light.  I am sure I have clippings for both.  N

2 children:  Harold Hubbard Gardiner, Marjorie Jane Gardiner (Coulman)

wife of Harold Hubbard Gardiner: Beverly Saville Gardiner


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May 18, 1907 Deseret Evening News:


July 13, 1907




September 30, 1912, The Evening Telegram:

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Feb25, 1913 SL Herald:

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September 19, 1914, Evening Telegram, Hope reported
that Fred helped pay for Charles and Clarence's missiong.


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May 16, 1913, Salt Lake Herald:


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March 29, 1915, Salt Lake Telegram:

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July 10, 1916, Salt Lake City Telegram:

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July 17, 1916, Salt Lake City Telegram:

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August 24 1916 :

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June 19 1918, Salt Lake Herald-Republican:

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May 31, 1920 Salt Lake City Telegram:

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April 8, 1823 Salt Lake Telegram:

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January 6, 1924 Salt Lake Telegram:

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April 10, 1927, Salt Lake City Telegram:

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Charles Stewart Gardiner from K on Vimeo.


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Passport application:

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WWI draft registration:


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1900 Census

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1910 Census


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Research:

February 11, 2012
Kent,
I didn't make clear what I wrote about Charles at Deseret National Bank.  It was listing officers of the local chapter of the American Institute of Banking.  Charles Gardiner was elected to be the corresponding secretary of that organization.

I have always been reluctant to give up Annie Morgan as the wife of James Gardiner, Jr., but on page 5 of Dawn;s history of James Gardiner and Mary Burchart  she references census tables.(I wish she had listed years, etc.) says 2 Feb 1838  James Gardiner, Son of James Gardiner and Mary Burchart, married Ann Gall at Aberdeen.  Also on page 10 it gives similar information.
I also wish Dawn had included copies of  birth and death records.
There are some really intersting characters in the Gardiner family

I still look at New Family Search occasionally and am now working on getting the marriage place of William Francis Gardiner (just older than Frederick) changed from England to Salt Lake.  He was married in the Salt Lake Temple. 

Thanks for all your work.
Love,
G