Gazlay Family History
 

FamilyJames Albert Harris

Parents

FatherMarvin Harris (ca. 1820 - )
MotherMary L. Douglas (January 1834 - )

Personal Information

Record Created: 11 December 2011; Last Edited: 16 January 2012 
NameJames Albert Harris
GenderMale
Born 14 February 1875 in Wisconsin1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Married 4 July 1901 in Sauk County, Wisconsin to Nina Elisabeth Dubois6, 9
Married to Stella B. Ryan10
Died 2 May 1957 in Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin2
Buried in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin2

Family

Spouse 1FamilyNina Elisabeth Dubois (daughter of William Henry Dubois and _____ Spencer)
Born ca. 1882 in Wisconsin
Married 4 July 1901 in Sauk County, Wisconsin to James Albert Harris
  
Children of James Albert Harris and Nina Elisabeth Dubois:
  
1.FamilyEthel M. Harris
Born ca. 1902 in Wisconsin
  
2.FamilyLucile E. Harris
Born ca. 1904 in Wisconsin
  
3.FamilyWallace J. Harris
Born ca. 1908 in Wisconsin
  
Spouse 2FamilyStella B. Ryan (daughter of Willis F. Ryan and Bertie Eloise ‘Birdie’ Dockham)
Born March 1890 in Wisconsin
Married to James Albert Harris
Died 1934 in Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin
  
Children of James Albert Harris and Stella B. Ryan:
  
1.FamilyAudrey Harris
Born ca. 1918 in Wisconsin
  

Sources

  1. Draft Registration Card, World War I, James Harris, Serial Number 838, born 14 Feb. 1875; works at Factory Island Woolen Co.; nearest relative: son Wallace Harris, who has the same address as James.
  2. Find a Grave (website). Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin; James A. Harris, born 14 Feb 1875 in Wisconsin; died 2 May 1957 in Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin (from record); James A. Harris / 1875 - 19__ (from headstone).
  3. U.S. Federal Census, 1880, Wisconsin, Sauk County, Baraboo, Enumeration District 245, Page No. 71, family of Marvin Harris (60, NY, turner in furniture); wife Mary Harris (50, NY); son Asa Harris (22, Wis., laborer); son Nathan Harris (19, Wis., works in furniture); son John Harris (14, Wis.); daughter Mary Harris (9, Wis.); son James Harris (5, Wis.).
  4. U.S. Federal Census, 1900, Wisconsin, Sauk County, Baraboo, Enumeration District 128, Sheet No. 3A, family of Mary L. Harris (66, Vermont, widow, Jan. 1834, 6 children, 6 living); son Nathan Harris (39, Wisconsin, June 1860, carpenter); son James A. Harris (25, Wisconsin, Feb. 1875, weaver, woolen mill); grand-son Marvin Harris (13, Wisconsin, June 1886).
  5. Wisconsin State Census, 1905, Sauk County, Town of Baraboo, Sheet No. 3, family of James Harris (30, Wis., weaver); wife Nina E. Harris (23, Wis.); daughter Ethel Harris (3, Wis.); daughter Lucile Harris (1, Wis.).
  6. U.S. Federal Census, 1910, Wisconsin, Sauk County, Baraboo, Enumeration District 104, Sheet No. 3B, family of James A. Harris (35, Wisconsin, farmer); wife of 8 years Nina E. Harris (28, Wisconsin, 3 children, 3 living); daughter Ether Harris (7, Wisconsin); daughter Lucile Harris (5, Wisconsin); son Wallace Harris (2, Wisconsin).
  7. U.S. Federal Census, 1920, Wisconsin, Sauk County, Baraboo, Enumeration District 158, Sheet No. 4A, family of James A. Harris (45, Wisconsin, loom spinner, woolen mill); daughter Ethel M. Harris (17, Wisconsin, reporter, newspaper); daughter Lucille E. Harris (15, Wisconsin, housekeeper); son Wallace J. Harris (12, Wisconsin). [The record indicates James is married but the name and whereabouts of his wife at the time is not known.]
  8. U.S. Federal Census, 1930, Wisconsin, Sauk County, Baraboo, Enumeration District 56-6, Sheet No. 2B, family of James Harris (55, Wisconsin, farmer, first married age 26); wife Stella Harris (40, Wisconsin, first married age 26); daughter Audrey Harris (12, Wisconsin) [first name uncertain; may be Audrie and overwritten to be Audrey]; brother [of James] Asa Harris (73, Wisconsin, widow).
  9. Wisconsin Marriages 1836-1930, available at familysearch.org; Groom: James Albert Harris; Bride: Nina Elisabeth Dubois; Marriage Date/Place: 4 July 1901, Sauk County, Wisconsin; Groom’s Father: Marvin Harris; Groom’s Mother: Mary L. Douglas; Bride’s Father: William Henry Dubois; Bride’s Mother: Spencer.
  10. Find a Grave (website). Walnut Hill Cemetery, Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin; Stella B. Ryan Harris, born Mar. 1890 in Wisconsin; died 1934 in Baraboo, Sauk County, Wisconsin (from record); Stella B. Harris / 1890-1934 (from headstone).