See What's New for newer
-- Vol II, No 3 of the Gardner's
Some thoughts about the USS
Merrimack which was built in 1798.
05/21/2012 -- Officelive is officially off-line.
We will be putting some effort into re-designing
this site. In the way of information, here are two
recent posts on the blog: Great
Migration sketches, Maypole.
04/22/2012 -- Vol II, No 2 of the Gardner's
The move is done. Now, we need to get references
updated. Any 'aspx' reference will cause a 404
which will then provide a link into the new site
to allow access to the content. Thank you for
your patience during this transition.
04/17/2012 -- Starting the process to
point thomasgardnersociety.org to the Hub
04/14/2012 -- Will be active soon, as Officelive
shuts off on 05/01/2012.
03/21/2012 -- Using SeaMonkey to build html
files. Not bad. Once a few kinks are worked
out, will transition the domain to the new server.
These pages are to be here another six weeks and
will be used for reference.
03/21/2012 -- Converging on a color scheme.
03/20/2012 -- First cut of html files: Home, About Us, Newsletters, ...
03/16/2012 -- The new
site with temporary content. This will be
re-configured after a little time for learning the
new system and how its tools work.
03/15/2012 -- The site needs to move off of
OfficeLive by the end of April, 2012 as OfficeLive
is being terminated by Microsoft. A new site is
undergoing re-construction. There will be regular
updates on status.
03/05/2012 -- Where
was Thomas?, again.
11/30/2011 -- Students to write on John
, William Trask, or John Humphrey as
part of a class exercise.
03/18/2011 -- Nathaniel
descended from Thomas and Margaret
through sons Thomas and George.
01/18/2011 -- Added a story about two
(descendants of Thomas and Margaret)
who were five generations removed from the early
times in southern Essex
12/22/2010 -- Started the Henry
Lunt of Newbury
blog to have a more complete
view (fuller tree) as we look at some of the early
. Next month, we'll jump forward to the
late 1800s. Reminder: coming up is an opportunity
to tell the tale and to look at the middle class
(the more real) influence (especially, as it seems
to be fading in modern times).
11/23/2010 -- Coming forward, the progeny
of Thomas, and Margaret, could number (total sum
from their time and their
- assuming only four kids per
generation) into the 10s of millions.
There has been work on ancestry
as well, to collect and review.
09/24/2010 -- Reminder: Thomas Gardner's date
of death, Dec
-- Still pulling together
information to get a blog going. One thing to
update will be the list of Gardners who were
concurrent with Thomas's time in Cape
09/02/2010 -- One focus will be to collect
stories to augment those published by Dr.
09/01/2010 -- A blog will be started soon.
Questions to ponder will be one topic, such as
where was Thomas between 1626 and 1637 (freeman
status)? Where is Thomas now (in terms of remains
- or, at least, the stones of Abel, etc.)
since pavement was put in over the old
Gardner burial ground?
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