- Born: Cir 1873, Virginia
- Marriage (1): Abraham Thomas Daughtrey circa 1916 in Nansemond Co, VA.
- Died: After 1930, Portsmouth City, VA
The 1920 census indicates that Abram Daughtrey married a 2nd time to Fannie Gardner and became a step father to her children: The 1920 Federal Census for Holy Neck, Nansemond Co., Virginia, District 18, records Mathew W. Daughtrey (51) with his wife Mary R. (49) and children Charlie E. (27) and Bessie J. (16) next door to his brother Abram T. (65) and his wife Fannie E. (47). Step children Fannie E. (13), George (12), and Eugenia (6) Gardner live there as well.
The 1930 Federal Census for Portsmouth (Independent City), Lee Ward, Virginia, District 15, page 192B, dated April 10, 1930 records the widow Fannie E. Daughtrey (50 - VA/VA/VA) and her son James T. Garner (36 - VA) and daughter Eugenia A. Gardner (17 - VA) living at 1616 Elm Avenue. Also in the household are Fannie's married daughter, Fannie M. Williams (24) with her husband Harvey E. Williams (23) who have been married for 2 years. James is a House Carpenter while Harvey is a Stationary Engineer at a Cotton Plant.
The 1940 Federal Census for Portsmouth (Independent City), Lee Ward, Virginia, District 116-17, page 218A, dated April 4, 1940 records Harvey E. Williams (33) with his wife Fannie M. Williams (34) and children Russell O. Williams (8) and Katherine F. (2) living at 1310 Prentis Avenue. Harvey is a Foreman Boiler Maker at a Cotton Oil Plant. Also in the household is Fannie's sister, Eugenia G. Keefer (26) who is working as a Waitress at a Restaurant.
Fannie married Abraham Thomas Daughtrey, son of Robert Daughtrey and Margaret A. Saunders, circa 1916 in Nansemond Co, VA. (Abraham Thomas Daughtrey was born on 26 Jul 1854 in Nansemond Co, VA, died on 8 Aug 1929 in Holt Neck, Nansemond Co, VA. and was buried on 8 Aug 1929 in South Quay Baptist Church Cemetery, Nansemond Co., VA.) The cause of his death was Paralysis.
Fannie next married Living