|Floyd "Jelly Roll" Gardner|
|Born: September 27, 1895|
|Died: March 28, 1977 (aged 81)|
Floyd "Jelly Roll" Gardner (September 27, 1895 in Russellville, Arkansas - 1977 in Chicago, Illinois) was a baseball player in the Negro Leagues. He played infield and outfield from 1919 to 1933, primarily for the Chicago American Giants.
In 1917, 21 year-old Gardner registered for the WWI Draft.  He listed his home address as Russellville, Arkansas. He listed his employment as a ball player, working for W.P. Northcutt of Longview, Texas. He listed his mother and father as dependents.
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