I think I've given most of the Gazey information to you that I have. I have my own copies of 1851 and 1881 census and have had a few visits to the library but as I said going further than John Gazey is the stumbling block at the moment. I have lots of information about Gazey's in Claverdon and Wellesbourne and the 1851 census shows a Charles Gazey born in 1828 visiting Heneage Street in Aston. I feel there must be a link but need to find it!! This is my quest!
By the way you are 4th cousin once removed to my husband!!
I'm giving you all the names and dates I have - you'll have some of these but it's simpler to type them out again.
John Gazey b.1791 in Birmingham
m. 5.11.1822 St Martins
Mary Duzmore (chr. 27.12.1785 St. Phillips)
John born 3.7.1825 (chr. 25.7.1825)
John b. 8.6.1850
William b. approx 1873
Mary Ann b. approx. 1874
Matthew b. approx. 1876
Elizabeth b. approx. 1878
Ellen b. approx. 1880
James b. 28.5.1883 d. 5.4.1954
Amy Craythorne b.9.9.1888
John Edward b.12.12.1909 d.15.11.1912 of Measles and Lobular Pneumonia
William Edwin b.5.2.1912 d. 20.11.1912 of Measles and Bronchio Pneumonia
Leonard Frederick (my father-inlaw) b.25.3.1914 d. 27.6.1982
Charles b.1.9.1919 d.13.8.1921 od Epidemic Diarrhea and Meningitis
Harry b. 8.8.1921 died as an adult
Winifred Vera b. 20.3.1926 d.1989
Esther Mary Gertrude Burford b.2.3.1920 d.14.1.1999
Michael John b.18.3.1947
Peter James b.26.9.1953
Glynis Mavis Lloyd 2.3.1947
Children: Deborah and Nicola
As I said a lot is repeated but it's all I have for now. Good hunting.
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