Gazlay Family History

FamilyAnn Harris



Personal Information

Record Created: 14 October 2012; Last Edited: 29 July 2013 
NameAnn Harris
Born ca. 1798 in New York1, 2, 3, 4
Married 1818 to Stephen Gazlay4


Spouse 1FamilyStephen Gazlay (son of Joseph Gazlay and Annie Marshall)
Born 19 April 1788
Married 1818 to Ann Harris
Died 23 December 1837
Children of Ann Harris and Stephen Gazlay:
+1.FamilyMary Jane Gazley
Born ca. 1820 in New York
Married 19 October 1842 to Richard H. Wilbor
Died 13 March 1891
+2.FamilyWilliam H. Gazlay
Born ca. 1823 in New York
Married to Alice Alcock
Died 1896
+3.FamilyJoseph Gazlay
Born 21 December 1823 in New York
Married 22 June 1846 to Phebe Ann Wilbor
Died 26 October 1896 in Pultneyville, Wayne County, New York
+4.FamilyAnn Elizabeth Gazley
Born 19 July 1828 in Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County, New York
Married 1849 to Richard Ellison Wilbor
Died 29 January 1895 in Owosso Township, Shiawassee County, Michigan


  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. U.S. Federal Census, 1860, New York, Wayne County, Ontario, Page No. 24, family of Richard E. Wilber (33, New York, farmer); Ann E. Wilber (30, New York); Elison Wilber (8, New York); Ann Gasley (63, New York); Fredrick Chapman (42, New York, farm laborer).
  3. U.S. Federal Census, 1870, New York, Wayne County, Williamson, Page No. 27, family of Ann Gazlay (72, New York); Armine Gazlay (16, New York, sailor); Ann E. Gazlay (14, New York); Ellen Gazlay (13, New York).
  4. The Past and Present of Shiawassee County, Michigan. The Michigan Historical Publishing Association, Lansing, Michigan. 1906? Available at University of Michigan Library online ( Page 540-542, biographical sketch of Ellison T. Wilbur. The sketch includes vital and biographical details, and the names of various relatives, including his parents, Richard E. Wilbur and Ann Elizabeth Gazley.