Edward D. Gale From Mobile Alabama. He was the former husband of her
He was married to Emilia Bonifay .
He was married to Myra Paulick.
Margarita Galup was born.
Eleanor Rendolph Garnett (Private). Parents: Theodore Stanford Garnett III and Eleanor Colville Randolph.
Ella Isidora Garnett was born on Dec 11 1848 in Columbia, South Carolina. Parents: Theodore Stanford Garnett Sr. and Florentina Isidora Moreno.
James Mercer Garnett was born on Jun 8 1770. He died on Apr 23 1843.
James Mercer Garnett was born on Apr 24 1840 in Aldie, Loudoun County, Virginia. He was a Captain and Ordnance Officer of Rodes's, later Grimes's Division, 2nd Corps, A.N.Va, C.S.A. He enlisted in the Rockbridge Artillery, Jul 17 1861 and was paroled at Appomattox, C.H., Va. AApr 10 1865. James MERCER GARNETT (1840-1916)
Professor of English Language and Literature, 1882-1896
James Mercer Garnett, M . A., L. L. D., was born on April 24, 1840, at Aldie, Londoun County, Virginia, the residence of his great-uncle, Hon. Charles Fenton Mercer. Member of Congress from 1817 to 1839. He is the son of Theodore Stanford Garnett.son of Hon. James Mercer Garnett, of Elmwood, Essex County, Virginia. Member of Congress from 1805 to 1809,and of Florentina Isidora Moreno, daughter of Francisco Moreno, Esq., of Pensacola, Florida. His father was by profession a Civil Engineer, and the early life of James Mercer Garnett was spent in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Florida, Kentucky, South Carolina and North Carolina.
He was educated for four years (1853-1857) at the Episcopal High School of Virginia, leaving with the highest honors of the school, and for three years (1857-1859 and 1860-1861) at the University of Virginia, taking the degree of Master of Arts in 1859, and teaching at Brookland School, Albermarle County, Virginia, the session of 1859-1860. When the Confederate War broke out, he enlisted in the Confederate service, July 17, 1861, as a private in the Rockbridge Artillery, then attached to Jackson's (later the "Stonewall") Brigade, under command of General T. J. Jackson. He was promoted to Second Lieutenant of Infantry, C. S. A., then to First Lieutenant of Artillery, P. A. C. S., for Ordnance duty, afterwards to Captain, and was assigned to the charge of the General Reserve Ordnance Train of the Army of Northern Virginia. He was paroled at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865, being then Ordnance Officer of Grimes's (formerly Rodes's) Division, Second Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.
He taught from 1865 to 1867 at Midway School, Charlottesville, Virginia, as Professor of Greek in the Louisiana State University (1867), and at the Episcopal High School of Virginia (1867-1869). He passed the year 1869-1870 at the Universities of Berlin and Leipzig, studying Classical Philology, and on his return was chosen Principal of St. John's College, Annapolis, Maryland, and Professor of History and the English Language and Literature, where he remained for ten years (1870-1880). He resigned his position at St. John's College in 1880, and conducted for two years a University School of his own at Ellicott City, Maryland (1880-1882), when he was chosen Professor of the English Language and Literature in the University of Virginia. Here he remained for fourteen years (1882-1896), the last three years (1893-1896) as Professor of the English Language alone, when he resigned his chair, and filled a temporary vacancy in the Chair of English Literature at the Woman's College of Baltimore for one year (1896-1897), since which time he has been taking private pupils in the City of Baltimore, and doing literary work.
He has served as Vice-President of the Modern Language Association of America (1887-1888), and of the Spelling Reform Association, and as President of the American Dialect Society (1890-91) and of the American Philological Association (1893-1894). The degree of Doctor of Laws was conferred upon him by St. John's College in 1874. While a student at the University of Virginia, he assisted in organizing the Young Men's Christian Association, and was its President for one term (1860-61); was a member of the Jefferson Society, the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, the University Cricket Club, and the "Southern Guard," which organization he accompanied to Harper's Ferry on the secession of Virginia, April 17, 1861. While a Professor in the University of Virginia, he was a member of the Vestry of Christ Church, Charlottesville, for ten years, often represented that church in the Virginia Diocesan Councils, and was a Delegate from the Diocese of Virginia to the Triennial Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church at Minneapolis in 1895, and in Washington, D. C., in 1898. He is now (1904) a member of the Vestry of The Memorial Church, Baltimore, Maryland, and has represented this church three years in the Maryland Diocesan Convention.
In 1900 he became, by invitation, a member of Alpha Chapter, Phi Beta Kappa, William and Mary College, Virginia, the parent chapter in the United States, from which all other chapters trace their origin.
He is editor of "Selections in English Prose from Elizabeth to Victoria" (1891), "Hayne's Speech to which Webster Replied" (1894), "Macbeth" (1897), and "Burke's Speech on Conciliation with America" (1901). He is the author of a translation of Beowulf (1882), often reprinted, of "Elene and other Anglo-Saxon Poems" (1889), reprinted, a "History of the University of Virginia," prepared in 1899 and now in course of publication, and of numerous essays and reviews in various periodicals.
He married, April 19, 1871, Kate Huntington Noland, daughter of the late Major Burr Powell Noland, of Middleburg, Loudoun County, Virginia, and has one son, James Mercer Garnett, Jr., a lawyer of Baltimore, Maryland. His present address is 1316 Bolton Street, Baltimore, Maryland.
Source: Barringer, et. al., University of Virginia, II:22-24.
JAMES M. GARNETT'S YEARS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA'
Parents: Theodore Stanford Garnett Sr. and Florentina Isidora Moreno.
James Mercer Garnett Jr. was born on Mar 10 1872 in Middleburg, Virginia. He was baptized on Aug 25 1872 in Middleburg, Virginia. Parents: James Mercer Garnett and Kate Huntington Noland .
Lelia Barraud Garnett was born on Sep 13 1874. Parents: Theodore Stanford Garnett Jr. and Emily Eyre Baker .
Children were: Edward Abbott Burdett.
Theodore Stanford Garnett Sr. was born on Nov 12 1812 in Elmwood, Essex County, Virginia. He died on May 28 1885 in Elmwood, Essex County, Virginia. THEODORE STANFORD GARNETT, SR. (1812-1885)
Civil Engineer. Final Year, 1829
Theodore S. Garnett, Sr., who occupied a prominent position in the South as a railroad man and civil engineer, was born on the 12th of November, 1812, at "Elmwood," Essex County, Va. His father was James Mercer Garnett, and his mother, before her marriage, was Miss Mary Eleanor Dick Mercer, daughter of the Hon. James Mercer, who was for so many years a distinguished member of the Virginia bench. On his father's side he was descended from John Garnett, of Gloucester County, Virginia, one of the earliest of the colonial settlers, and on his mother's side from the Mercers who came from Scotland, among the most distinguished of whom was John Mercer of Marlboro, Stafford County, Virginia.
His early education was obtained from private tutors at "Elmwood," and from the Rumford Academy. He was thus prepared to enter the University of Virginia, which he did in 1828 while the University was still in its infancy. That session and a part of the next he spent at the University, but was compelled to leave during the session of 1829 on account of the illness of his brother Charles, whom he took home and nursed back to health. For a few years he devoted himself to farming in Mason County, near Point Pleasant, and then began the study of civil engineering. He soon acquired the reputation of being a skillful engineer, and received a position with the Philadelphia, Reading & Pottsville Railroad, and subsequently with the Richmond & Petersburg Railroad. After a visit to Texas in the interest of the land claims of the Texas Association, he became the chief engineer of the Columbia & Charlotte Railroad. In 1852, after service as an engineer in Kentucky, he became assistant to General Gwynn, on the North Carolina Railroad, of which he afterwards became Superintendent. In 1857 he was elected chief engineer of the railroad from Tallahassee to Fernandina. In 1858 he retired to his estate at Cedar Hill, in Hanover County, Virginia, where he lived until 1877, when he removed to Norfolk to spend the last years of his life with his son in that city. During the Civil War he was an ardent supporter of the Confederacy, and though too old for active service served on the field at Seven Pines.
On the 18th of April, 1839, at Pensacola, Florida, he married Miss Florintina I. Moreno, who still survives him (1904). He left three childrenJames Mercer Garrett, the educator; Theodore S. Garnett, a distinguished lawyer of Norfolk; and Miss Ella Isidora Garnett.
Of him and his distinguished brother, Charles Fenton Mercer Garnett, it may be said that they were the pioneers of railroad construction in the South. Each of them achieved eminence in his professor, and was noted in his time for skillful work and honorable character. He died on the 28th of May, 1885.
Parents: James Mercer Garnett and Mary Eleanor Dick.
Theodore Stanford Garnett Jr. was born on Oct 28 1844 in Richmond, Virginia. He died on Apr 27 1915 in Norfolk, Virginia. Parents: Theodore Stanford Garnett Sr. and Florentina Isidora Moreno .
He was married to Louisa Bowdoin Smith on Jul 28 1885.
Theodore Stanford Garnett III was born on Sep 8 1875. Parents: Theodore Stanford Garnett Jr. and Emily Eyre Baker .
Theodore Stanford Garnett (Private). Parents: Theodore Stanford Garnett III and Eleanor Colville Randolph.
Joyce Garrett (Private).
Sarah Gibbons died on Oct 29 1733.
He was married to Barbara Jeanne Goodwin .
He was married to Margaret Stenson .
Lutheree Gilmore (Private).
Cynthia Gingles was born in 1841. She died in 1895. She was christened.
She was married to George Othman Brosnaham in 1865. Children were: John Charles Brosnaham, George Othman Brosnaham Jr., Mary Isabella (Maybelle) Brosnaham, Harris Andrew Brosnaham, Francis Eugene Brosnaham.
She was married to Lester Robert Maxwell on Feb 7 1976 in Miami, Dade, Florida.
Karen Elizabeth Gloer (Private). Parents: Robert Gloer and Barbara Ward.
Robert Gloer (Private).
Children were: Karen Elizabeth Gloer .
Elizabeth Ruth (Betty) Godwin (Private). Parents: Robert Luter Godwin Sr. and Lillie Ruth Crary.
Minta Lee Godwin was born on May 19 1888 in North Carolina. She died on Nov 16 1966 in Pensacola , Escambia, Florida.
She was married to William Cecil Coe on Jun 29 1916 in Holmes County, Florida.
Robert Luter Godwin Sr. was born on Apr 25 1900 in Mobile, Mobile, Alabama. He died on Sep 3 1974. Parents: Robert Godwin and Margaret Luter.
Robert Luter Godwin Jr. (Private). Parents: Robert Luter Godwin Sr. and Lillie Ruth Crary.
Robert Luter Godwin III (Private). Parents: Robert Luter Godwin Jr. and Virginia Pierce.
He was married to Catherine Rebecca Cane.
He was married to Irene Stenson.
Albert Richard Gommi (Private).
Children were: Barbara Sabena Gommi.
Barbara Sabena Gommi (Private). Parents: Albert Richard Gommi and Ines Theresa D'Giovanni.
Celestino Gonzalez Colonel was born in 1795. He died in 1844. Parents: don Manuel Gonzalez and Marie Louisa Bonifay.
She was married to Joseph Bonifay.
Eulalie Christian Gonzalez
Eva Gonzalez (Private).
Irene Gonzalez was born in 1821. She died on Feb 24 1873.
She was married to Leocardio Bonifay on Nov 18 1839.
Joseph Gonzalez was born.
don Manuel Gonzalez was born in 1767 in San Vincente, de la Barquera, Santander Prov., Spain. He died in 1838. Landed gentry, first family of the country, closely allied to the Irish. Ran away from home and joined his uncle, a ship owner. On December 17, 1784, he volunteered to go with the troops to the New World at Cadiz. He landed in New Orleans, Louisiana where he served in the army. He was made Indian Agent under Colonel Bouliany at New Orleans December 15, 1792. He was given the rank of Colonel and later Brigadier General in the Spanish Army. In 1781 Galvez had routed the English and brought peace under Spanish rule. A treaty was made with the Indians in 1784. White men were represented by Governor Miro of New Orleans and O. Neal of West Florida. ! From time to time Don Manuel received honors and extensive grants of land from the Spanish Crown, until he came to possess vast tracts lying within the present city of Pensacola, and other parts of Florida. Don Manuel donated Plaza Ferdinand, in what is now the heart of the Pensacola business section,to the city. This Plaza was named for King Ferdinand VII. ! In 1821, West Florida was ceded to the United States through Andrew Jackson's influence. General Jackson and Don Manuel were closely associated and were fast friends. Don Manuel was commissioned a Colonel in the American Army and later was made Quartermaster General September 14, 1822. The first Florida Legislature was held in Don Manuel's palatial estate and there the first statutes were enacted. He died in his home near Pensacola. Parents: Joseph Gonzalez and Maria Delle Vallee.
Mentoria Gonzalez was born on Aug 31 1834/35 in Fort McRae, Florida. She died on Sep 8 1920. She was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. It is noted that her sister, Merced, married Commodore Thomas William Brent, a direct ancestor of the Brent side of the family. Parents: Celestino Gonzalez Colonel and Pauline Granpera.
She was married to don Francisco Moreno on Jul 3 1852 in Pensacola, Florida. Children were: Corinne Lucian Moreno, Aurelia Moreno, Laura Justian Moreno, Pauline Frances Moreno, Margaret Pearl Moreno , Francis Moreno, Anna Marie Moreno, Alexander Gibson Moreno, Ella Moreno, Estella Josepha Moreno, Infant Moreno, Infant Moreno.
Merced Gonzalez was born on Sep 19 1824 in Pensacola, Florida. She died on Dec 10 1919 in Pensacola, Florida. She was buried on Dec 12 1919 in St.Michael's, Pensacola, Florida. An article from the Pensacola Journal dated Sep 18 1914 stated: "MRS. BRENT REACHES NINETIETH MILESTONE. To be ninety years old is a wonderful thing. This is the beautiful age attained by Mrs. Merced Brent on Saturday, September 19. Mrs. Brent, was Miss Merced Gonzalez was born in 1914, and was married to Captain Thomas William Brent. She has lived many years in Pensacola, where she has numerous friends, who will congratulate her on having reached the ninetieth milestone, surrounded by so many who hold her dear. Mrs. Brent, at this advanced age has all her faculties, and is bright and alert to all that is going on in this wonderful age of which she is a part." It is noted that her sister married don Francisco Moreno, a prominent Pensacolian. Parents: Celestino Gonzalez Colonel and Pauline Granpera.
She was married to Commander Thomas William Brent USN on Jul 12 1841 in Fort Barrancas, Pensacola, Florida. Children were: Daniel Gonzalez Brent, Anna Pauline Brent, William Thomas Brent, Francis Celestino Brent, Catherine Irene Merced Brent , Mary Ella Brent, George Douglas Brent, Mary Bertha Brent, Robert Johnson Brent, Margaret Eveline Brent, Emily Brent.
Peter Gonzalez was born on Apr 29 1810. He died on Mar 12 1881.
He was married to Gila Bonifay in 1833.
He was married to Karen Carpenter.
Barbara Jeanne Goodwin was born on Aug 27 1948 in St. Augustine, Florida. She was christened. She died. ! Divorced 7/1/1981 Parents: Robert Goodwin and Jessie Mae Arant.
Robert Goodwin was born.
He was married to Kate Scarritt.
Jessica Ann Graham (Private). Parents: Warren Andrew Graham and Maria Theresa Lee.
Megan Ashley Graham (Private). Parents: Warren Andrew Graham and Maria Theresa Lee.
Nicole Elizabeth Graham (Private). Parents: Warren Andrew Graham and Maria Theresa Lee.
Rechel Therese Graham (Private). Parents: Warren Andrew Graham and Maria Theresa Lee.
Victoria Lee Graham (Private). Parents: Warren Andrew Graham and Maria Theresa Lee.