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* Gardinier, Mildeberger, Blakeney, Shields, Beam, Richardson*

Updated September 6, 2000

I am concentrating on gathering information on Jacob Jans Gardinier and his descendants during the 1600's, 1700's and 1800's in the following locations : Albany, Kinderhook, Phillipsburgh (Westchester), NYSusannah Gardinier married Peter Mildeberger in New York. I need additional info on Mildeberger in the 1700's, 1800's.Catherine Mildeberger married Thomas Blakeney in 1794. I have nothing on the Blakeney's in New York State in the 1700's, 1800's; I believe they came from the UK.I believe Sarah J. Riker, born 1819 (married to James M. Beam),is the daughter of Abraham Riker and Sarah J. Vincent of New York and New Jersey. If you have any information to make this connection, we would be eternally grateful.I am also trying to locate James M. Beam's parents. He was born 1816 in NJ and lived in NYC from about 1850 to his death in 1870.I have some information on all of the above (except Blakeney) and would enjoy sharing it with you.I am also researching:Waldron: New York State - 1700's, 1800's---Kent: Westchester,NY, New York State - 1800's---Shields: NYC, NYS, Kentucky - 1700's, 1800's---Richardson: NYS, Connecticut - 1600's, 1700's, 1800's---Lamb: Connecticut - 1700's, 1800's---Barns or Barnes: Connecticut - 1600's, 1700's, 1800's---Haverkamph(f): NY, Connecticut - 1800's; Germany - 17-1800's---Richter: NY - 1800's; Germany - 1700's, 1800's---Elsey: NYC, Canada - 1800's; UK - 1700's, 1800's---

William John LoSasso
PO Box 314
Schroon Lake, NY 12870
United States

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