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Charles Gardner (Minnesota politician)

Charles Gardner
7th Speaker of the Minnesota Territory House of Representatives
In office
1856–1857
Preceded by James S. Norris
Succeeded by Joseph W. Furber
Personal details
Born 1814
New York
Died 1892
Spouse(s) Spouse 1)Unknown; Spouse 2) Annis Dickson; Spouse 3)Catharine Brandon
Children Mary Gardner, Frances Gardner, Phoebe Maria Gardner, Charles Andrus Gardner, Edmond Brandon Gardner, Jesse Nelson Gardner
Residence Mantorville, Minnesota

Charles Gardner (1828–1917) was a politician from Minnesota Territory and a former member of the Minnesota Territory House of Representatives, representing Cottage Grove, Minnesota. Gardner served as Speaker of the Minnesota Territory House of Representatives in 1856.[1]

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Preceded by
James S. Norris
Speaker of the Minnesota Territory House of Representatives
1856–1857
Succeeded by
Joseph W. Furber


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