Gazlay Family History
 

FamilyIsabelle Yaw

Parents

Father[unknown]
Mother[unknown]

Personal Information

Record Created: 7 November 2009; Last Edited: 17 November 2010 
NameIsabelle Yaw
GenderFemale
Born 16 July 18281, 2, 3
Married 16 July 1848 to Miles Mosher Gazlay3, 4
Died 11 February 18633, 5
Buried in Gazlay Cemetery, South Edmeston, Otsego County, New York5

Family

Spouse 1FamilyMiles Mosher Gazlay (son of Jacob Gazlay and Mary Champion)
Born 30 August 1824 in Otsego County, New York
Married 16 July 1848 to Isabelle Yaw
Married 21 June 1863 to Julia Ellen (née Spaford) Carpenter
Died 3 November 1900
  
Children of Isabelle Yaw and Miles Mosher Gazlay:
  
1.Family(Infant) Gazlay
Born ca. June 1849
Died 27 June 1849
  
2.FamilyHenry A. Gazlay
Born 12 April 1850 in New York
Died 23 March 1851
  
+3.FamilyMary Ella Gazlay
Born March 1852 in Otsego County, New York
Married ca. 1874 to Homer Stickney
Died 6 August 1923 in Hutchinson County, South Dakota
  

Sources

  1. U.S. Federal Census, 1850, New York, Otsego County, Edmeston, Page 82, family of Jacob and Mary Gazeley, with daughter Maria, son Miles and his wife Isabel and their son John.
  2. U.S. Federal Census, 1860, New York, Otsego County, Edmeston, Page No. 145, family of Miles and Isabel Gasley and daughter Mary E.
  3. Genealogy, The Champion Genealogy: A History of the Descendants of Henry Champion, by Francis Bacon Trowbridge, New Haven, 1891. Library of Congress Local History and Genealogy Reading Room.
  4. Gazlay History, compiled by Margaret Howe in 1955-1956 (copy available at Gazlay Family History - Sources). Margaret Howe indicated that the document is "based on material my mother Inez L. Gazlay collected, but never lived to edit. Her material has just been copied and explains the more extensive material on generation V and VI. Other information has been added which I found from numerous sources." Unpublished, 29 pages. Several differences in dates have been found between this document and others, especially A Genealogy of the Leavenworth Family; the latter is considered the more accurate source. The Gazlay History includes this entry in notes on pages 26 and 27 written by Ruth Tuttle regarding her grandfather Miles Gazlay and his descendants.
  5. Cemetery Inscriptions, The Gazlay Cemetery, South Edmeston, New York. Copy of all inscriptions existing on 30 March 1902 copied by Charles H. Gazlay. List available on various web sites.