William John Garner: Birthdate: circa 1846: Death: Immediate Family: Son of Thomas Garner and Martha Garner Brother of James Garner; Mary Jane Garner and Thomas Garner. Managed by: Jennifer Wiebe: Last Updated: March 10, 2017
James Garner (born James Scott Bumgarner) ( April 7, 1928 – July 19, 2014) was an American actor and producer.He starred in several television series over more than five decades, including popular roles such as Bret Maverick in the 1950s Western series Maverick and as Jim Rockford in the 1970s private detective show, The Rockford Files.
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William Garner who m. Polly or Mary Neal around 1813 in Randolph Co., IL Eleanor who m. John Wooten in Williamson, TN and he died around 1814 or so and she m. second the brother to my Amelia, Thomas Crane. Susannah Garner who m. William McMillan in Randolph (do not have the dates with me, but I think around 1814 or so) Deborah Garner who m.
James Clarance Garner in Utah, Salt Lake County Death Records, 1908-1949. James Clarance Garner was born on month day 1893, at birth place, Utah, to William Garner and Susana Martin. James married Annie Smith Garner. James passed away on month day 1923, at age 30 at death place, Utah. James C. Garner 1894 Utah.
John Garner. Page 168-9 of the Garner-Keene book: "John Garner, born February 6, 1776 in NC, married Rachel Henry in Blount Co., TN, October 17,1798. Three of John F. Garner's children married Henrys, all offspring of James Henry, Sr., a Rev. War soldier. A descendant of John Garner said that they were cousins of Patrick Henry.
Lived off Gardiner Branch & Buckhorn Swamp. (7 January 1755). Northampton County, NC. Deed. John Garner, Sr. of Northampton Co. to Bennet Smith of Northampton Co. 20 Shillings 40 acres more or less, joining the deep bottom by the main Maherin road, the head of a small branch and Buckhorn swamp part of a patent to James Garner 1 Apr. 1723.