Bio: Gardiner, Barney Dr. (1881)
Contact: Janet Schwarze

---Source: 1881 History of Northern Wisconsin, pg. 209.


DR. BARNEY GARDINER, dentist, Chippewa Falls, was born near Fultonville, N. Y., May 27, 1850. Came with his parents to Sharon, Wis., in November 1850; lived there about two years; then lived in Shopiere, Rock Co. Wis., until 1860; then moved to McHenry Co., Ill., and lived near Richmond until 1863, when he went to Gloversville, N. Y., where he attended school and worked in his uncle's glove factory until the Spring of 1864, when he returned to Richmond, and two years later went to Fultonville, Montgomery Co., N. Y. Employed there in the canal collector's office and as chief clerk in the wholesale grocery and supply establishment of C. H. Quackenbush. For a short time he was in the store of Robert Harrison, at Wauconda, Lake Co., Illinois. In the Spring of 1 87 1 he went to Chicago and commenced the study of dentistry with Dr. D. B. Freeman, a well-known dentist of that city, and continued with him until 1874, when he came to Chippewa Falls and commenced practice. He has remained here ever since. The doctor was married in Chippewa Falls, April 22, 1879, to Ida Baker. They have one child, Anna E. Dr. G. is now a member of the Common Council; he is vice president of the Board of Health. He has been manager of the band since its organization. He is a member of the A. F, & A. M. Blue Lodge, Chapter, and Chippewa Commandery at Eau Claire; charter member of the Temple of Honor.




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