'Gardiner' can also refer to...

Alfred George Gardiner (1865—1946) newspaper editor and journalist

Allen Francis Gardiner (c. 1794—1851) naval officer and missionary

Amy Gardiner

Arthur Gardiner (c. 1711—1758) naval officer

Balfour Gardiner (1877—1950) composer

Bernard Gardiner (1668—1726) college head

Boris Gardiner (b. 1946)

Dorothy Gardiner (1873—1957) writer

Evelyn Grace Rochfort Gardiner (1913—1992) beautician

Fletcher & Gardiner

Frank Gardiner (1830—1903)


Gardiner Coit Means (1896—1988)

Gardiner, Reginald (1903—1980)

George Barnet Gardiner (1852—1910)

George Gardiner (c. 1548—1589) dean of Norwich

Gerald Austin Gardiner (1900—1990) lord chancellor

Harry Norman Gardiner (1855—1927)

(Henry) Rolf Gardiner (1902—1971) ecological campaigner and youth leader

James G. Gardiner (1883—1962)

James Gardiner (1686—1745) army officer

James Gardiner (1685—1732) Church of England clergyman

James Gardiner (1637—1705) bishop of Lincoln

John Eliot Gardiner (b. 1943)

John Gardiner Calkins Brainard (1796—1828)

John M. Gardiner

Lion Gardiner (1599—1663)

Luke Gardiner (1745—1798) politician and property developer

Margaret Emilia Gardiner (1904—2005) patron of the arts


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First appears as Wolsey's protégé and Henry's secretary in All Is True (Henry VIII). He becomes Bishop of Winchester and leads the attack on Cranmer, Act 5. He is based on Stephen Gardiner (c. 1483–1555), Bishop of Winchester 1531.


Subjects: Shakespeare Studies and Criticism.

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