Emma E. Cook & George J. Gardner of Sullivan
|1. Emma Elizabeth1 Cook, daughter of George Cook* and Harriet
or Mary Knowles*, (#11546) was born 1860. Individual flags: Obituary;
Photograph. Emma died 14 FEB 1937 in Austinville, Columbia Township,
Bradford County, Pennsylvania, at age 76. GARDNER, MRS. EMMA
Mrs. Emma Gardner, 77, died Sunday Feb. 14, 1937, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Bardwell, near Austinville. She is survived by Mrs. Bardwell and two granddaughters, Mrs. Lyle Smith, Chandlesburg, Pa., and Mrs. Howard Shaylor, Columbia Cross Roads. The funeral will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. William Canfield, a neighbor by the Rev. Glen Dewey. Burial in Squires Cemetery. (Gray Valley Cemetery) Her body was interred FEB 1937 in Gray Valley Cemetery, Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
He resided in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania 1908. Farmer, Columbia Cross Roads PO. Obituary Marietta Cooley (Strange) scrapbook. He was 59 years old. See obit for siblings.
Emma, as George J. Gardner's wife, resided with him in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania 1908. Farmer, Columbia Cross Roads PO. Obituary in Erma's book. Emma's birth name is on label of photo in Rumsey albums. "Emma Cook Gardner, Ella's mother."
Emma Elizabeth Cook and George J. Gardner had the following child:
2 i. Ella Mae2 Gardner (#11545)
was born 1885. Individual flags: Photograph. Ella died 1941
in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, at age 56. MRS.
BARDWELL DIES AS FIRE RAZES CHICKEN HOUSE Mrs. Ella Gardner Bardwell, wife
of George E. Bardwell, prominent farmer of the Austinville-Roseville section,
was burned to death Tuesday afternoon, December 2, 1941, when fire destroyed
a poultry building on the farm. The flaming building was discovered by
Clifford hart, farm employee, as he was bringing a load of wood to the
place. He and a neighbor, Raymond VanZile, attempted to control the fire
but the building was consumed and Mrs. Bardwell’s body was found inside
the ruins. Mr. Bardwell was in Troy at the time of the tragedy. Miss Mary
Seeley, Deputy Coroner of Tioga County, said that the fire was caused by
gasoline ignited by Mrs. Bardwell. She was 56 years old, a graduate of
Mansfield State Teachers College and a very accomplished musician. She
is survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs. Howard Shaylor, Austinville,
and Mrs. Evelyn Smith, Roseville. Services will be held this Thursday at
2 p.m. from the Soper Funeral Home with burial in the Gray Valley Cemetery.
Her body was interred 1941 in Gray Valley Cemetery, Sullivan Township,
Tioga County, Pennsylvania. She married George E. Bardwell.
(George E. Bardwell is #6924.)
George was born 1881 in Pennsylvania. George was the son of Theodore F. Bardwell* and Ella D. Briggs*. He married Bethel Unknown "Bardwell". George died 1950 at age 69. George E. Bardwell, 65, of Snedekerville RD 1, Pa. Saturday evening Feb. 4, 1950. Survived by wife, Mrs. Bethel M. Bardwell; daughters, Mrs. Howard Shaylor of Columbia Cross Roads, Pa., Mrs. Lisle Smith of Mainesburg, Pa.; sister, Mrs. Sue M. Smith of Tapon Springs, Fla; step-brothers, Archie and Nathaniel Soper, both of Wellsburg, Merritt Soper of St. Petersburg, Fla., six grandchildren. The body is at the Soper & Vickery Funeral Home, Troy, where funeral will be held Wednesday 2 p.m. The Rev. Orey Crippen., Gray Valley Cemetery.
His body was interred 1950 in Gray Valley Cemetery, Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. He resided in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania 1908. Columbia Cross Roads Post Office George was brought up with the children of his step-mother Rosina who had four sons by her first husband, Nathaniel`Soper.
Ella, as George E. Bardwell's wife, resided with him in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania 1908. Columbia Cross Roads Post Office Took all her belongings to a shed where she doused them and herself with gasoline and burned herself to death.
Published On Tri-Counties Site On 07/07/2003
By Joyce M. Tice
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