Gazlay Family History

FamilyAddison Gazlay Warner


FatherBenjamin ‘Uncle Ben’ Warner (22 July 1805 - 8 May 1907)
MotherSarah Sallie Gazlay (April 1810 - 22 November 1902)

Personal Information

Record Created: 12 December 2010; Last Edited: 7 January 2012 
NameAddison Gazlay Warner
Born ca. 1836 in New York1, 2
Married to Angeline Elizabeth Gleason3
Died 1 June 1864 in Ashland, Hanover County, Virginia4
Buried in Grove Street Cemetery, Putnam, Windham County, Connecticut4


Addison was a school teacher in Putnam, Connecticut. He twice served in the Union army during the Civil War, and was killed in the Battle of Ashland, Virginia. See his biographical sketch for details: Addison Gazlay Warner


Spouse 1FamilyAngeline Elizabeth Gleason (daughter of Guy Gleason and Pamelia Combs)
Born 9 March 1834 in Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut
Married to Addison Gazlay Warner
Married 13 February 1868 in Webster, Worcester County, Massachusetts to David Montross Gazlay
Married 4 September 1878 in Boston, Massachusetts to Henry Martin Gazlay
Died 1 March 1908 in Nahant, Essex County, Massachusetts
Children of Addison Gazlay Warner and Angeline Elizabeth Gleason:
1.FamilyPamelia Sarah ‘Minnie’ Warner
Born May 1862 in Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut


  1. U.S. Federal Census, 1850, New York, Chenango County, Town of New Berlin, page 172, family of Benjamin Warner (age 45), Sarah Warner (age 39), Addison J. Warner (age 14), and Harriet A. Warner (age 8).
  2. U.S. Federal Census, 1860, Connecticut, Windham County, Town of Woodstock, page 156-157, family of Rufus S. (age 57) and Faith W. Mathewson (age 56), with William W. Mathewson (age 31), Harriet A. Mathewson (age 18), Arthur Mathewson (age 22), Addison G. Warner (age 24), two domestics and one day laborer.
  3. Lineage Books, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume 19: Miss Pamelia Sarah Warner. DAR ID Number: 18299 Born in Pomfret, Connecticut. Descendant of John Combs, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Addison Gazlay Warner and Angeline Elizabeth Gleason, his wife. Granddaughter of Guy Gleason and Parmelia Combs, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of John Combs and Eunice Shepard, his wife. John Combs, (1757-1848), was placed on the pension roll of Worcester county at the age of seventy-six for service of private in the Massachusetts militia. He was born in Warren, Mass., where he died.
  4. History of Windham County, Connecticut, Edited by Richard M. Bayles, W. W. Preston & Co., New York, 1889. Digitized copy available at Pages 103, 806, biographical details about Addison G. Warner.