'Gardiner1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Gardiner of Castle Coombe, Gardiner of Coombe Lodge, Gardiner of Eckington, Gardiner (later Whalley-Smythe-Gardiner) of Roche Court
[Except as reported, we are not aware of any connection between the families shown on this page. They share the page for our convenience.]

BLG1886 identifies the arms of this family, quartered with those of Boddam, as "Or, on a chevron gu. between three gryphons' heads erased az. two lions counter passant or".
Henry Gardiner of Castle Coombe, Wiltshire (b 1596, d 21.10.1669)
m. Joan
1. Henry Gardiner of Castle Coombe (d 01.1726)
m. (05.10.1671) Elizabeth Woodman (d 26.07.1705)
  A. John Gardiner of Tythe Horton, WIltshire (b 09.09.1684, d 1754, younger son)
  m. Catherine (d 10.05.1744)
  i. Samuel Gardiner of Woodford, Essex (b 1724, d 04.01.1794, eldest son)
  m. (01.03.1750) Jane Anne Parkinson of London (d 1781)
  a. Samuel Gardiner of Coombe Lodge, Oxfordshire (b 13.09.1755, d 10.06.1827, elder son)
m. (14.11.1782) Mary Boddam (d 12.01.1813, dau of Charles Boddam of Capel House, Enfield, niece of Governor Boddam of Bombay)
  (1) Charles Wright Gardiner of Coombe Lodge (b 13.11.1783, d 10.06.1827) had issue
  m. (01.05.1810) Mary Anne Chase (d 08.08.1856, dau of Thomas Chase of Madras)
  (2) Rawson Boddam Gardiner (b 08.10.1787) had issue
  m. (17.03.1828) Margaret Baring-Gould (d 1853, dau of William Baring-Gould of Lew Trenchard)
  (3) Allen Francis Gardiner (b 28.06.1794, Captain RN) had issue
  m1. (01.07.1823) Julia Susannah Reade (dau of John Reade of Ipsden House)
  m2. (sp) Elizabeth Marsh (dau of Rev. William Marsh of Maidstone)
  (4) Jane Gardiner (dsp 13.08.1806)
  m. (29.08.1805) Rev. Edward Vansittart, later Neale (cousin of Nicholas, Lord Bexley)
  (5) Emma Gardiner
  m. (28.07.1818) Rev. George Hunt of Buckhurst House & Barmingham



BEB1841 identifies the arms of this family as "Or, on a chevron gu. between three gryphons' heads erased az. two lions counterpassant or". Except for the quartering, these are as for the family shown above, possibly indicating that the above family is thought to have been a branch of the following.
Robert Gardiner of Wigan, Lancashire
m. Mary Palmer (sister of Sir William Palmer of Hill, Bedfordshire)
1. Sir William Gardiner of London, later of Roche Court (in Fareham, Hampshire), 1st Bart (b c1618, bur 23.06.1691)
  m. (28.05.1661) Jane Brocas (dau of Robert Brocas of Beaurepaire (by Jane Bodley), sister/heir of Bernard, m2. David Morris of Lambeth)
  A. Sir Brocas Gardiner of Roche Court, 2nd Bart (b c1664, d 13.01.1739-40)
  m. (by 1697) Alicia Kelinge (b c1667, d 03.01.1734, dau of Sir John Kelinge (sergeant-at-law) (by Philippa, dau of Amerigo Salvetti Antellminelli of Tuscany), son of Lord Chief Justice Kelinge)
i. Sir William Gardiner of Roche Court, 3rd Bart, Sheriff of Hampshire (b c1700, dsp 20.10.1779, 2nd son)
  m. Elizabeth Cole (d 04.07.1747)
  ii. Catherine Gardiner
  m. Edward Kay of Hatton Garden
  iii.+ other issue - Brocas (b c1697, dvp), Frances
  B. Bernard Gardiner in Oxford (bpt 25.09.1668, d 22.04.1726)
  m. Grace Smythe (dau of Sir Sebastian Smythe of Cuddesden)
  i. Grace Gardiner
  m. (1742) Robert Whalley of Oxford & Blackburn (b 1713-4, d 03.04.1769, brother of James of Clerk Hill in Lancashire)
  a. Sir John Whalley of Tackley, later Whalley-Gardiner of Roche Court, later Whalley-Smythe-Gardiner of Cuddesden, 1st Bart (b 26.05.1743, dsp 18.11.1797)
m. (07.07.1787) Martha Newcombe (b 1765-6, d 19.07.1840, dau of Benjamin Newcombe, Dean of Rochester)
  b. Sir James Whalley 'of Clerk Hill', later Whalley-Smythe-Gardiner of Roche Court & Clerk Hill, 2nd Bart, Sheriff of Lancashire (bpt 01.10.1748
  m1. (28.10.1784) Elizabeth Assheton (b 1760-1, d 08.09.1785, dau/coheir of Rev. Richard Assheton of Manchester & Middleton by Mary, dau/coheir of William Hulls of Freelands)
(1) Sir James Whalley, later Whalley-Smythe-Gardiner of Roche Court & Clerk Hill, 3rd Bart, Sheriff of Hampshire (b 02.09.1785, d 22.10.1851) had issue
  m. (17.08.1807) Frances Mosley (b 24.06.1788, d 13.12.1855, dau of Oswald Mosley of Bolesworth Castle (by Elizabeth Tonman), sister of Sir David, 2nd Bart)
  m2. (03.12.1789) Jane Master (b 31.05.1765, d 05.01.1843, dau of Rev. Robert Master of Croston by Elizabeth, dau/coheir of John Whalley of Blackburn)
  (2) Elizabeth Jane Whalley
  m. S. Jellicoe of Uplands
  (3)+ other issue - Robert (b 07.10.1790), John Master of Clerk Hill (b 01.01.1793, d 27.10.1861, rector of Slaidburn), William of Whalley (b 29.07.1795, d 10.03.1860), Thomas (b 18.08.1797, d 23.04.1800), Grace, Barbara Smythe, Caroline Margaret
  c. Thomas William Whalley
  d. Grace Whalley
  m. Sir William Henry Ashhurst (judge)
  ii.+ other issue (dvp)



FMG does not mention any the arms for the following family. That is normal for FMG.
Samuel Gardiner of Eckington (b c1618, d 08.0.1685, rector of Eckington)
1. Samuel Gardiner of Eckington (d 1721, rector of Eckington)
  m. Elizabeth Revel (dau of William Revel of Ogston by Mary Sitwell)
  A. Gervas Gardiner of Chesterfield (dsp 24.05.1763, youngest son?)
  m. Ellen or Elizabeth Calton (dau of Richard Calton of Chesterfield)
  B. Anne Gardiner
  m. Stephen Ward (vicar of Duckmanton)
  i. Samuel Ward
  a. Elizabeth Ward
  ii. Anne Ward
  m1. Edward Stanley
  a. Elizabeth Stanley
  m2. John Bennet
  b. John Bennet (b 1761, a 1769)
  iii. Mary Ward
  m. Richard Shaw (farmer)
  a. John Shaw (cutler)
  (1)+ 2 children
  iv. Frances Ward
  m. Sampson Johnson
  a.+ 6 sons & 3 daughters
  C.+ other issue - Samuel (b c1689, d 1709), William (b c1690, d unm 1765, vicar of Scarcliffe & Hault Hucknal), Johm, Mary (d unm), Elizabeth (d unm), Alice/Charlotte
2.+ other issue - William in Hertfordshire, Andrew

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 02.02.09) : BLG1886 (Gardiner of Goring)
(2) For middle section (uploaded 10.03.11) : BEB1841 (Gardiner of Roche Court), TCB (vol 3, Gardiner or Gardner of London), BP1870 (Gardiner), TCB (vol 5, Gardiner i.e. Whalley-Gardiner of Roche Court)
(3) For lower section (uploaded 11.05.16) : FMG (vol 3, MS348, 'Gardiner-Ward', p840)
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