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George (Julia McAuliffe/McCullough) Gardner Family Group Sheet

Contributed by Darlene Christison Mingus, Ola, Idaho
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Family Group Record
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Husband: George F. Gardner
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      Birth: 3 Jul 1843    County Louth, Ireland                  
        Misc: bet 1845-1847  Left in care of Uncle age 2-5 while pare
        Misc: 1857/58        Came to America from Co. Louth, Ireland 
    Citizen: 1858                                                  
        Misc: 1860          2 trips to the Argentine Republic in Sou
        Misc: 21 Jul 1861    Found out father and brother, Matthew an
    Military: 14 Apr 1864    US Navy-North Atlantic Squadron to end o
      Award: 27 Oct 1864    1 or 2 survivors of 7 who sunk the Ship 
        Misc: 27 Oct 1864    Served under Adm.'s Farragut and Porter-
        Misc: abt 30 Oct 1864Received bronmedal for helping sink The 
  Discharged: 14 Apr 1866    Washington, DC                          
    Military: 21 Nov 1866    US Army-left New York for San Francisco 
      Census: 1870          Pima Co. 141 Camp Crittenden, Arizona  
        Misc: 1872          Came to Idaho                          
        Misc: bet 1875-1885  Mined in the Boise Basin, Centerville, I
  Discharged: 10 Jan 1875    Boise, Ada Co., Idaho                  
      Census: 1880          Boise Co., Centerville, Idaho Territory-
    Picture: 1885          Quartsburg, Idaho-George Gardner-miner. 
        Misc: 1885          Moved to Emmett, Canyon Co., Idaho      
      Census: 1900          Canyon Co., Emmett Precinct, Idaho FHC #
      Census: 1910          Canyon Co., Emmett Precinct, Idaho, pp.3
Newspaper Art.: 15 Jan 1911    Idaho Statesman-George Gardner Emmett Pi
        Misc: 22 May 1919    Aide-de-camp for Idaho on staff of camma
      Census: 1920          Gem Co., 90 Bramwell Precinct, Idaho    
      Death: 9 Aug 1926    Boise, Ada Co., Idaho                  
        Misc: 9 Aug 1926    Veterans Eye Correct List of War Veteran
      Father: aft 9 Aug 1926 George's father's name was George accord
      Burial: 11 Aug 1926    Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho-Riverside Cemeter
Newspaper Art.: 3 Oct 2007    War Veterans honored for service        
    Military: Nov 1866-Co.  Tucson, Arizona                        
        Misc:                Belonged to Grand Army of the Republic-P
        Misc:                Only veteran sailor ever held these 2 ho
        Misc:                Veteran of the Civil War                
    Marriage: 14 Jul 1876    Boise, Ada Co., Idaho                  
      Father: Matthew or James Gardner
      Mother: 
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Wife: Julia McAuliffe (McCullough)
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      Birth: 8 Feb 1838    County Cork, Ireland                    
        Misc: 1865          Came to America from Co. Cork, Ireland  
    Citizen: 1865                                                  
        Misc: 1867          First School Session taught by Julia McA
      Census: 1870          Boise Co., Centerville, Idaho Territory-
        Misc: 1870          Women's work 1870 census-list Jula as a 
      Death: 20 Aug 1920    Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho                  
      Burial:                Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho-Riverside Cemeter
      Father: McAuliffe (McCullough)
      Mother: 
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Children
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1 F Mary Elizabeth Gardner
      Birth: 18 Apr 1877    Centerville, Boise Co., Idaho          
      Census: 1880          Centerville, Boise Co., Idaho Territory 
Immigration: 1882          Emmett, Gem Co, Idaho                  
  Education: bef 1892      St. Teresa's Academy                    
        Misc: 15 Nov 1892    Received teacher's certificate          
  Occupation: bet 1893-1900  Teacher at Jackknife School            
        Note: Feb 1899      Taken from a school book from Jacknife S
      Census: 1900          Canyon Co., Emmett Precinct, Idaho FHC #
  Occupation: 1900          School teacher                          
      Death: 4 Feb 1949    Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho                  
      Burial: abt 8 Feb 1949 Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho-Riverside Cemeter
    Picture:                Jacknife Schools #1 & #2                
    Picture:                Jacknife School                        
      Spouse: James Andrew Kesgard\Kjaersgaard (m 25 Jul 1901)      
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2 F Frances Catherine Gardner
      Birth: 1879/80        Centerville, Idaho  (Boise Basin)      
      Death: 23 Feb 1890                                            
      Burial:                Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho-Riverside Cemeter
    Marriage:                                                        
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Prepared 20 Apr 2012 by:
Darlene Mingus




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FAMILY NOTES
Marriage(1,2): 

HUSBAND NOTES: George F. Gardner
Birth(3,4,5): 
Misc(6): 
Misc(3): 
Citizen(7): 
Misc(6): 
Misc(3): 
Military(8): 
Award(3): 
Misc(3): 
Misc(3): 
Discharged(9,10): 
Military(11): 
Census(12): 
Misc(3): 
Misc(3): 
Discharged(13): 
Census(14): 
Picture(15): 
Misc(3): 
Census(7): 
Census(16): 
Newspaper Art.(5): 
Misc(13): 
Census(17): 
Death(3): 
Misc(18): 
Father(19): 
Burial(20): George Gardner was first buried in the cemetery behind the Meat Locker on 4th 
St. by the sawmill and all the graves were moved to Riverside Cemetery at a 
later date.
Newspaper Art.(21): 
Military(5): 
Misc(3): 
Misc(13): 
Misc(3): 
General(22,5): 



WIFE NOTES: Julia McAuliffe (McCullough)
Birth(3): 
Misc(3): 
Citizen(7): 
Misc(23): 
Census(24): 
Misc(25): 
Death(26,11): 
Burial(11): 
General(22): 

CHILD NOTES: Mary Elizabeth Gardner
Birth(3): 
Census(27): 
Immigration(11): 
Education(11): 
Misc(4): 
Occupation(3): 
Note(28): 
Census(7): 
Occupation(7): 
Death(11): 
Burial(29,20): 
Picture(30): 
Picture(30): 
General(22): 

CHILD NOTES: Frances Catherine Gardner
Burial(20): 
General(22): 

SOURCES
1.  Idaho, Ada County, Marriage Abstracts and Records 1888-1897. 979.6A1ve5.  George Gardner and Julia McAuliffe Book 1-1A, 1865-1868  p.644.
2.  Idaho, Ada County Births and Marriages from the Idaho Statesman 1865-1906. 
979.6A1sV21.  Idaho Statesman-p.79.
3.  Family members.
4.  Newspaper Article.
5.  Idaho Statesman-George Gardner Pioneer.
6.  Mother.
7.  1900 Census, Canyon County, Emmett Precinct, Idaho. FHC #1240232, p.238A, 
#48-George, Julia, and Mary Gardner. Also has Clayton and Douglas Knox and 
William Parrish.
8.  History of Idaho. Hawley 11. 979.6H2hj. V2.  George Gardner was in  the US Navy from 14 April 1864-14 April 1866 and served 
with the North Atlantic Squadron to the end of the war being chiefly in 
Albermarle Sound. He served under Adm's Farragut and Porter and the exploit he 
was officially cited for was the sinking of the Confederate Battleship 
Albermarle near the mouth of the Roanke River.

He joined the US Army 21 November 1866. He left New York by boat for San 
Francisco via "Isthmus of Panama". He was in California, Arizona, and Idaho. He 
was discharged 8 years later on 10 January 1875 in Boise, Idaho.
He belonged to the Grand Army of the Republic Freemont Post #23 of Emmett, 
Idaho. George Gardner Id. Pvt. Co. K 21 Regt. Inf.(Civil War).
9.  Application for Admission to Idaho Soldiers Home.
10.  Copy of Certificate.
11.  Obituary.
12.  Census: 1870: Pima Co. 141 Camp Crittenden, Arizona.
13.  History of Idaho.  Chicago-The S.J. Clarke Publishing Co.
14.  1880 Boise County, Centerville, Idaho Territory 7 June 1880, p.319, 
#198-199-George Gardner.
15.  Statesman Pioneer.  Picture taken at the Gold Hill Mine in Quartsburg in 1885.  3 February 1957.
16.  1910 Census, Canyon Co., Emmett Precinct, Idaho  p.373, sheet 3, #30-31-George 
Gardner and James Kesgard families. IGeorge and Julia Gardner, Mary, James, 
George, Frances, James, Jr. and David (Denny) Kesgard.
17.  Census: 1920 Gem Co., Idaho.
18.  Veterans Eye Correct List of War Dead Buried Here. Messenger-Index, Thursday, 14 
March 1968. Second Section.
19.  Potter's Chaper in Emmett, Gem Co.,  Idaho.
20.  Idaho, Gem County, Cemetery Records. 979.6V22lg.
21.  Local Emmett weekly newspaper.  George Gardner and Elcanah Knouse were listed.  Geroge was my great grandfather 
and Elcanah was Kenny's great grandfather.
22.  GEDCOM file imported on 3 Nov 2000.
23.  Nellie Ireton Miles.  All Along The River.  ERROR: Julia McAuliff, later Mrs. John (this should have been George) Gardner of 
Emmett, as a teacher.
24.  1870 Census Boise County, Centerville, Idaho-Julia Mc/Auliffe teaching school at 
that time and living with the David Murray family. IGS Vol.9. #2,  p,19.
25.  Newspaper Article.  Women's work 1870 census finds hard-working Idahoans.
26.  Local Emmett weekly newspaper.  Julia Gardner Messenger-Index  p.108.
27.  Census: 1880 Centerville, Boise Co., Idaho p. 319.
28.  Copy.
29.  Roman Catholic Diocese of Boise Catholic Chancery Records of Idaho Master Index, 
Christisons p.40  & Kesgards p.79. (Baptism,  Burial, Communion, Confirmation & 
Marriage Records).  Mary E.- Book 078, p.6, line 3.
30.  Picture.



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