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Re: Thunder Bay Gazleys
Posted by: DoreenBush Date: February 26, 2001 at 11:01:48
In Reply to: Re: Thunder Bay Gazleys by john gazley of 141

John: Yes I am the person George and Donna visited. Hope they are fine. Haven't heard from them in a long time.
I can start with the occ. of Alfred Gazley born 1858. Every child that he had, he had a different occ. just about.
Charles born in 1883 Father a carpenter
Alfred JOHN BORN 1885 dosen't SAY OCC.
Emma May 1891 Father a merchant
Zella 1893 Father a store keeper
Alvin 1896 Father a carpenter
George Victor 1898 Father a carpenter
Grace 1900 Father a carpenter
Galdys 1901 father a capennter
Dorothy 1903 " "
That is the first family. Alfred John was an iron worker all his life that I know of.
I have some of the profressions of some of these children, but John that is a lot of looking up and typing. Why don't you ask George for a copy of his book. It is all in there. He made 10 copies of the book when he borrowed it. Maybe he has an extra copy left.
John do you know a Charles Richard. That is a new name to me. Do not have it anywhere. Picked it up on the internet. He died about 1910. I wonder if it should be William Richard. He was born in 1850 makes him 60 in 1910. Might fit.

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