This will be a push down list that will provide information as it is available (see What's new at TGS, Inc. site).
03/04/2018 -- Western Kansas, followed by Boston, were Ground Zero for the Spanish Flu pandemic
01/20/2018 -- The last month and issue of The Massachusetts Magazine (Vol XI) was in January of 1918. 100 years ago, this month.
10/11/2017 -- Working on our 1st printing: Vols I, II TGA; Vols I, II, III GB.
09/04/2017 -- Research in progress for the next issue of The Gardner Annals. Also, mentions in the 2017 Summer issue of the NEHGR.
06/23/2017 -- Gardner Research work cited in The American Genealogist. Expect more discussion about Nathaniel Eaton in the near future.
06/19/2017 -- F.B. Sanborn, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Judge Francis M. Thompson
05/25/2017 -- Put in the Gardner pedigree (PDF - ahnentafel) for Dr. Frank and his sister, Lucie M.
04/24/2017 -- Added page for The Massachusetts Magazine. The Gardner Annals will publish the Table of Contents for Volumes VI through XI.
04/20/2017 -- We will be restructuring our website, using TGSoc.org.
04/05/2017 -- Recent posts: On Nathaniel Eaton; Review, Overview. TGA, Vol IV, No. 1 is in preparation. Also, here is the reprint for Bosworth and Gardners.
03/19/2017 -- Update: Technology's impact.
03/18/2017 -- 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. Also, preparing reprints from the current The Gardner Annals: The Massachusetts Magazine, Magna Carta (800th Anniversary), Flyover country, ...
01/15/2017 -- Updating support tools. Pondering site configurations. ...
12/07/2016 -- The Gardner Annals, Vol. III, No. 1.
12/05/2016 -- Gardner's Beacon, Vol VI, No 2.
11/29/2016 -- Trying out Pinterest.
11/23/2016 -- R.A. Douglas-Lithgow, MD, LLD was a contributor to Dr. Franks's periodical, The Massachusetts Magazine.
11/02/2016 -- Lawrence, KS as representative of western issues.
09/10/2016 -- Extremely low tide uncovers millstone at site of early Gardner mill.
07/16/2016 -- Working with David T. Gardner on the Gardiners of London. See 06/17/2016 What's new for links to material related to Bosworth and the Gardners.
06/18/2016 -- Gardner's Beacon, Vol. VI, No. 1.
06/17/2016 -- Bosworth and more, DNA and Genealogy, Admissibility (as in, scientific evidence into the court room), and more.
04/14/2016 -- Cape Ann, Retrospective.
03/30/2016 -- Reminder - we post on FB, regularly. For one family, we traced a thread, from the one original entrant, to the present time via the "findagrave" links. There were graves following the trails of western migration in the U.S.
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.
12/17/2015 -- The Gardner Annals, Vol. II, No. 2.
12/09/2015 -- Gardner's Beacon, Vol. V, No. 2 and Cape Ann, 1623.
11/01/2015 -- Put in a page for Whence and other Questions.
10/09/2015 -- Quora plus.
09/10/2015 -- Influence of New England culture on history, in the context of Quora.
08/14/2015 -- Saw a modification to the numbers chart being used, recently.
08/11/2015 -- We look at Gardner, KS (we have covered ME, OR, and now KS).
07/14/2015 -- Correction in TEG v34, for article in TEG v20, with regard to John Graves and his mother, Elizabeth Sayward, and spouse, Abigail W. Hodgkins. See ahnentafel for Susan. C. Graves.
07/12/2015 -- New project, origins being Sherborne, Dorset. We mention abductive approaches (my career was spent in advanced computing - software and modelling, essentially). Please refer, at least, to C.S. Peirce's (we mentioned him in an earlier post - Benjamin Peirce) work in the area.
06/23/2015 -- We will look at Rachel Gardner Nobel as a possible sister of Thomas.
05/21/2105 -- We will feature Dr. Frank (the Gardner author) in our research. For now, we have the ahnentafels (fully sourced) for his paternal grandparents.
05/19/2015 -- TEG, Vol. 35, No. 2, Pg. 31: Henry D. Gardiner (and Gardiner, OR) A marker sits beside U.S. 101 in Gardiner, OR. The marker mentions that, at that spot on the Umpqua River, there had been a shipwreck in 1850. The town got its start, thereby. Cargo and the ship were salvaged and used for early buildings. The ship was owned by a Boston merchant, name of Mr. Gardiner. The marker provides other facts about the area. In 2014, Gardner Research received a query: who was Mr. Gardiner and what do we know about him? The article addresses that query.
05/15/2015 -- Vol V, No 1 of Gardner's Beacon (post) available. The issue summarizes activity to date for the Society and looks to the future.
05/07/2015 -- "About us" updated.
04/21/2015 -- Site is mobile-friendly, according to a Google bot.
04/03/2015 -- The question of Richard III and a Gardner ancestor has been added to the FAQ.
03/12/2015 -- See images (pages 1-7) of Dr. Frank's 1933 book (Gardners and Gardners).
03/11/2015 -- Put in Gardner Questions of which the FAQ will be a subset. Added question to FAQ: are Thomas Gardner of Salem and Thomas Gardner of Roxbury related?
03/09/2015 -- On sails, and New England. See Recent finds, this date.
03/03/2015 -- Update of Gardner Research page and start of a FAQ.
02/27/2015 -- TEG, Vol. 35, No, 1.
02/02/2015 -- Reviewed pre-release copy of TEG (February 2015 issue) article on Benjamin Brown Gardner which provides the line from Dr. Frank A. to Nathaniel Eaton. One source was Henry Howland Crapo's Certain Comeoverers Vol. II (1912) who is a Nathaniel descendant, too.
12/23/2014 -- Gardner Research featured on the Alice Freeman Thompson Parke site, in particular, the ahnentafel for Susan Charlotte Graves Gardner (descendant of Thomas Gardner of Roxbury).