Gazlay Family History
 

Family HistoryFamily History - Richard H. Wilbor

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Key:1.“+” preceding a child’s name indicates the child has their own paragraph in the next generation.
 2.“born xxxx” indicates the child is under 18 years of age and the birth date is known but withheld.
This family history features Richard H. Wilbor and four of his descendants down to the second generation.


First Generation
1. Richard H. Wilbor,1 born 12 January 1819 in New York, the son of Jeptha Wilbor and Catherine Cookingham;1, 2 died October 1871.2 Richard married, 19 October 1842, Mary Jane Gazley2 (born ca. 1820 in New York, the daughter of Stephen Gazlay and Ann Harris;1, 2, 3 Mary died 13 March 18912).

 2i. Mary Catherine Wilbor, born ca. 1844 in New York.1, 2, 3
 3ii. Ann Eliza Wilbor, born ca. 1846 in New York.1, 2, 3
 4iii. Eugenia Wilbor, born ca. 1848 in New York.1, 2, 3
+5iv. Emma Wilbor, born ca. 1859. Married Herbert L. Weeks.

  1. U.S. Federal Census, 1850, New York, Livingston County, Town of Avon, Page No. 56, family of Richard H. Wilber (30, N.Y., fisherman); Mary J. Wilber (30, N.Y.); Mary C. Wilber (6, N.Y.); Ann E. Wilber (4, N.Y.); Eugenia Wilber (2, N.Y.); Ann Gazley (50, N.Y.).
  2. The Wildbores in America: A Family Tree, by John Reid Wilbor. Baltimore, Md., Press of G. W. King Print Co. 1933. Available at Heritage Quest (website).
  3. U.S. Federal Census, 1870, New York, Monroe County, Rochester, Page No. 45, family of Mary J. Wilbur (48, New York, keeps boarding house); Kate Wilbur (25, New York); Eliza Wilbur (23, New York); Eugenia Wilbur (22, New York); Emma Wilbur (14, New York); plus six borders.
Second Generation
5. Emma Wilbor2 (Richard1), born ca. 1859.1 Emma married, 13 July 1887, Herbert L. Weeks1 (born 1861, the son of Loren R. Weeks and Gertrude C. Sharp1).

  1. The Wildbores in America: A Family Tree, by John Reid Wilbor. Baltimore, Md., Press of G. W. King Print Co. 1933. Available at Heritage Quest (website).