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Re: Thunder Bay Gazleys
Posted by: DoreenBush Date: February 26, 2001 at 18:05:54
In Reply to: Re: Thunder Bay Gazleys by Betty J Schley of 141

Hi! Betty: Just read some of your messages re the Thunder Bay Gazleys. I have a lot of information on the Gazley family. That was my maiden name. Alfred Gazley was a brother of my great grandfather James. There was only one Alfred born in 1858, England. he had a son Alfred Joau (John) B.1885. Port Arthur. Now Thunder Bay Ont. Alfred was married to Almira Smith in Sandusky Ohio. Son Alfred John. It is very easy to get these two mixed up. Alfred John was married to Alma Blixt, in 1906 at Port Arthur Ont. Had a son in 1908, in Port Arthur. Alma died in l908. A girl by the name of Mary Gazley was a witness at the wedding of Alfred John and Alma. Must be the same Mary that you are talking about. I wondered where she fit in the picture. I would certainly like to hear from you and Dave Nicholson. I think that John was married 3 times. He was married to Alma, Helen, Edna Winnifrid Long (her mother was Josephine Long) It certainly gets complicated. He had a son whos name was William John. Maybe we can get this to-gether between us.Doreen


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