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06/28/2018 -- Going forward, our topics of interest: culture, history, and genealogy. Too, the TGA, Vols III and IV, print is in the works. And, we will be organizing to be a persistent source of information.
06/18/2018 -- The Gardner Annals, Volume IV, Number 1, published. Contents: The Massachusetts Magazine, updating an article in the Essex Genealogist, Gardner and the Tudors, and Pending Research: Pseudo-wall, The Atlantic, Nathaniel Eaton.
06/09/2018 -- Vol VIII, No 1 of Gardner's Beacon (post) available. The issue discusses celebrations: Memorial Day (Civil War), 4th of July (Revolutionary War), and Cape Ann (to be).
05/26/2018 -- Setting up to get more flexible and responsive using TGSoc.org.
05/23/2018 -- Hand-written chart of Dr. Frank's parentage. Will do an ahnentafel for his mother's side of the family.
04/03/2018 -- A friend, F.W. Bailey, of Dr. Frank worked out a format for ancestral information publication. We will be reviewing one of these books soon. F.W. advertised in the Spirit of '76 which was an early voice of S.A.R.
02/16/2018 -- We have more information dealing with the demise of The Massachusetts Magazine in 1918. Not only were Dr. Frank's cohorts passing on and there was the draft of WWI that started in 1917, the Spanish flu epidemic began its incursion of the east coast in the Boston area in the late summer of 1918. World-wide, there were 500 million people made sick; of those, over 50 million died. The first case in the U.S. had been at Fort Riley in Kansas in March of 1918.
01/20/2018 -- This month, 100 years ago, there was the last issue of The Massachusetts Magazine. This effort by Dr. Frank and friends published, quarterly, for ten years. We will cover the rest of the Table of Contents in the TGA Vol. IV).
10/26/2017 -- Print of Vols I, II TGA; Vols I, II, III GB is available for ordering.
10/11/2017 -- Working on our 1st printing: Vols I, II TGA; Vols I, II, III GB.
08/09/2017 -- Read about Dr. Frank's friends (Col Thomas W. Higginson, et al) plus Count Rumford.
06/25/2017 -- Vol VII, No 1 of Gardner's Beacon (post) available. The issue reports on The Old Planters Society and contributors to The Massachusetts Magazine.
06/23/2017 -- Gardner Research work cited in The American Genealogist. Expect more discussion about Nathaniel Eaton in the near future.
05/25/2017 -- Put in link to PDF of Dr. Frank's genealogy. His Gardner grandparents were Benjamin Brown Gardner and Lucy Foster Gardner.
04/20/2017 -- We will be restructuring our website, using TGSoc.org.
04/05/2017 -- Reprint from the recent The Gardner Annals: Bosworth and Gardners. Also, time for review and overview.
03/13/2017 -- We will be doing threads (full perspective) from then to now in order to foster discussions about what is the American dream. Rev. John Wise is not a bad place to start.
02/23/2017 -- Reprints from the current The Gardner Annals: The Massachusetts Magazine, Magna Carta (800th Anniversary), Flyover country, ...
01/23/2017 -- We plan two issues of The Gardner Annals this year. Looking for suggestions on articles. We will have reprints (example, article on Dr. Frank's TMM). Also, Gardner Research interim report will be re-organized and status'd via the blog.
01/15/2017 -- Updating support tools. Pondering site configurations. ...
12/07/2016 -- The Gardner Annals, Volume III, Number 1, published. Contents: Gardner history, the 200th anniversary of the westward movement, The Massachusetts Magazine, Magna Carta, and DNA. The issue provides a summary of research status as well as providing some results.
12/04/2016 -- Vol VI, No 2 of Gardner's Beacon (post) available. The issue reports on research done in 2016 and looks at future plans. Featured are Bosworth and Gardners, Flyover Country, The Massachusetts Magazine, the Magna Carta, and DNA processing.
11/20/2016 -- We need to get flyover country a little better known. It may be out in the middle of nowhere. Where lonely cemeteries are a common thing. People drive by, at a high rate of speed. The stones sit. But, this is not entirely wilderness. It is highly productive farm land, in many cases.uncovers millstone that is likely from an early Gardner mill in Salem.
06/17/2016 -- Recent posts: Westward Ho, Bosworth and more, The almost forgotten, and more.
04/28/2016 -- Tidbits, such as errata.
03/30/2016 -- Follow blog for current information.
01/28/2016 -- We will include maintenance of pages on findagrave on our regular todo list. Dr. Frank is buried in Harmony Grove Cemetery, Salem, MA.