Gazlay Family History
 

FamilyJulia Ellen Spaford

Parents

FatherWilliam Mosher Spaford (18 July 1808 - 7 May 1849)
MotherMarcia Southworth ( - )

Personal Information

Record Created: 17 November 2009; Last Edited: 22 February 2015 
NameJulia Ellen Spaford
GenderFemale
Born 10 September 1837 in Pittsfield, Otsego County, New York1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Married 24 December 1854 to Caleb Carpenter11
Married 21 June 1863 to Miles Mosher Gazlay10, 11
Died 1 March 1924 in Edmeston, Otsego County, New York1, 2
Buried in Gazlay Cemetery, South Edmeston, Otsego County, New York1

Family

Spouse 1FamilyCaleb Carpenter
Born ca. 1920 in New York
Married 24 December 1854 to Julia Ellen Spaford
Died 17 November 1861
  
Children of Julia Ellen Spaford and Caleb Carpenter:
  
1.FamilyAdelia Carpenter
Born ca. 1855
Died before 1865
  
+2.FamilyWilliam S. Carpenter
Born 29 February 1856 in Chenango County, New York
Married 10 February 1875 to Elizabeth Walling
  
3.FamilyClark H. Carpenter
Born 11 June 1858 in Otsego County, New York
Married 12 October 1881 to Ella Briggs
  
Spouse 2FamilyMiles 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 Julia Ellen Spaford and Miles Mosher Gazlay:
  
+1.FamilyCharles Henry Gazlay
Born 19 October 1865 in South Edmeston, Otsego County, New York
Married 4 March 1891 to Eva Jane Reed
Died 26 March 1941 in South Edmeston, Otsego County, New York
  
+2.FamilyElizabeth Lily Gazlay
Born 3 October 1870 in Edmeston, Otsego County, New York
Married 16 February 1887 in South Edmeston, Otsego County, New York to Andrew Claude Walling
Died 6 November 1901 in Otsego County, New York
  

Sources

  1. Find a Grave (website). Gazlay Cemetery, South Edmeston, Otsego County, New York; Julia E. Spafard Gazlay, born: 1837; died: 1924 [from record, which provides the names and links for her husband Miles Mosher Gazlay and daughter; her grave marker provides no additional details; the photo caption indicates she previously married Carpenter.]
  2. Email from Sally Chirlin to Lee Gazlay 12 April 2001 which included a descendant outline for several branches of the Gazlay family.
  3. New York State Census, 1865, Chenango County, Edmeston, Page 51, family of Miles M. Gazley (40, Otsego, farmer); wife Julia Gazley (29, Otsego, 2 children); daughter Mary E. Gazley (13, Otsego); son [sic, step-son] Wm Carpenter (9, Chenango); son [sic, step-son] Clark Carpenter (7, Otsego). Living next door: Jacob Gazley (70, Dutchess, farmer); wife Mary Gazley (70, Ct., 5 children); daughter Maria S. Gazley (44, Otsego).
  4. U.S. Federal Census, 1870, New York, Otsego County, Edmeston, Page No. 27, family of Miles and Julia Gasly and children Ella, Charles, mother Mary, and step children William and Clark Carpenter.
  5. U.S. Federal Census, 1880, New York, Otsego County, Edmeston, Enumeration District 97, Page No. 8, family of Miles M. and Julia E. Gazlay.
  6. New York State Census, 1892, Otsego County, Edmeston, family of Miles M. Gazley (68, farmer); Julia E. Gazley (55); Sarah Eastman (92); Charles H. Gazley (27, farmer); Eva Gazley (24, school teacher).
  7. U.S. Federal Census, 1900, New York, Otsego County, Edmeston, Enumeration District 113, Sheets No. 13 and 14, family of Miles M. and Julia E. Gazlay.
  8. U.S. Federal Census, 1910, New York, Otsego County, Edmeston, Enumeration District 46, Sheet No. 3, family of Charles H. and Eva J. Gazlay with mother Julia E. Gazlay.
  9. U.S. Federal Census, 1920, New York, Otsego County, Edmeston, Enumeration District 193, Sheet No. 8, family of Charles H. and Eva J. Gazlay, with mother Julia E. Gazlay.
  10. 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.
  11. A Genealogical Record of John Spofford and Elizabeth Scott, by Dr. Jeremiah Spofford, of Groveland, Mass. Boston: Printed by Alfred Mudge & Son, 1888. Electronic copy available at Georgetown Historical Society (website), Georgetown, Massachusetts.