Robert Leo Slade1,2

b. circa 1904
     Robert Leo Slade was born circa 1904 in Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa.1 He was the son of Robert Roy Slade and Emily Nemecek.3
     Robert married Beatrice Baker.1

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1910Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, at 631 "L" StreetRobert Roy Slade3
1930Cedar Rapids, Linn County, IowaRobert Leo Slade1

Child of Robert Leo Slade and Beatrice Baker

  • Patricia A. Slade 1

Citations

  1. [S1451] 1930 US Census of Linn County, Iowa, ED 57-44, sh 3-B, lines 82-84, dwl 81, fam 83.
  2. [S3079] Iowa, Birth Records, 1921-1942, FamilySearch.org , Patricia Ann Slade, b Apr 29, 1926, Cedar Rapids, d/o Beatrice Baker & Robert Leo Slade.
  3. [S2683] 1910 US Census of Linn County, Iowa, ED 113. sh 10-B, lines 95-98, dwl 232, fam 251.

Robert Roy Slade1,2

b. 22 August 1881, d. 3 August 1949
     Robert Roy Slade was born on August 22, 1881 in Silkirk, Manitoba Province, Canada.1,3,4 He was the son of George H. Slade and Hannah Edsel.3
     Robert married Emily Nemecek in 19031,3, the daughter of Catharine Honlyak & Wencil Nemecek [FindaGrave indicates Katerina Havlicek Nemecek & Vaclav Nemecek].3 Robert Roy Slade died on August 3, 1949 at age 67.4

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1910Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, at 631 "L" StreetRobert Roy Slade1

Children of Robert Roy Slade and Emily Nemecek

Citations

  1. [S2683] 1910 US Census of Linn County, Iowa, ED 113. sh 10-B, lines 95-98, dwl 232, fam 251.
  2. [S3060] Iowa, Delayed Birth Records, 1856-1940, Ancestry.com, Viola Slade, b Aug 5, 1905, Cedar Rapids, d/o Emily Nemecek & Robert Roy Slade.
  3. [S3047] Iowa, Select Marriages Index, 1758-1996, Ancestry.com, Linn Co, Sep 24, 1902, Emily Nemecek & Rober R Slade, s/o Hanna Elder & George H Slade.
  4. [S6] Social Security Applications & Claims Index, 1936-2007, Ancestry.com, Robert R Slade, b Aug 22, 1881, d Dec 2, 1977.

Emily Nemecek1,2

b. circa 1880, d. 1943
     Emily Nemecek was born circa 1880 in Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, her parents were both Austrian Bohemian1,2, the daughter of Catharine Honlyak & Wencil Nemecek [FindaGrave indicates Katerina Havlicek Nemecek & Vaclav Nemecek].2
     Emily married Robert Roy Slade, son of George H. Slade and Hannah Edsel, in 1903.1,2 Emily Nemecek died in 1943.3 She was buried in Czech National Cemetery, Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa.3

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1910Cedar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, at 631 "L" StreetRobert Roy Slade1

Children of Emily Nemecek and Robert Roy Slade

Citations

  1. [S2683] 1910 US Census of Linn County, Iowa, ED 113. sh 10-B, lines 95-98, dwl 232, fam 251.
  2. [S3047] Iowa, Select Marriages Index, 1758-1996, Ancestry.com, Linn Co, Sep 24, 1902, Emily Nemecek & Rober R Slade, s/o Hanna Elder & George H Slade.
  3. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Emily Slade, tombstone, Czech National Cemetery, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Riley Everett Bomar1

b. 9 July 1930, d. 17 July 1983
     Riley Everett Bomar was born on July 9, 1930.1
     Riley married Lorraine Dearah Slade, daughter of George Ewell Slade and Velma Elizabeth Gum.1 Riley Everett Bomar died on July 17, 1983 at age 53.1 He was buried in Gulf Prairie Cemetery, Jones Creek, Brazoria County, Texas.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Lorraine Slade & Riley E Bomar, jt tombstone, Gulf Parie Cemetery, Brazoria Co, Texas.

Lucy Kidder Slade

b. 17 November 1831, d. 19 April 1884
     Lucy Kidder Slade was born on November 17, 1831 in Saugus, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Henry Slade and Sally Danforth.
     Lucy married George Bruce Milton on October 3, 1853 in Boston, Massachusetts.2 Lucy Kidder Slade died on April 19, 1884 in Somerville, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 52.3 She was buried in Linwood Cemetery, Weston, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1850Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsHenry Slade4

Children of Lucy Kidder Slade and George Bruce Milton

  • Henry Slade Milton b. September 28, 1855, d. February 28, 1930
  • Edward Milton b. circa 1859
  • George Arthur Milton b. July 28, 1861, d. September 22, 1924

Citations

  1. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts) Boston: Beckler Press, 1937), P. 212.
  2. [S3106] Vital Records of Boston (NEHG Register.).
  3. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts), P. 212.
  4. [S3164] 1850 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachucetts, FamilySearch image 74 of 160; lines 8-14, dwl 482, fam 558.

Henry Slade

b. 18 August 1791, d. 26 November 1868
     Henry Slade was born on August 18, 1791 in Rumney Marsh, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of John Slade and Hannah Torrey.
     Henry married Sally Danforth, daughter of Joshua Danforth and Lydia Sweetser, on May 29, 1814.3 Henry was a tobacconist and lived in that portion of Chelsea which became Saugus. Henry Slade was tobacconist in 1837.4 He resided in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, in 1840.
     In 1854 a charter for Five Cents Savings Bank was granted to Hosea Ilsley, Francis B. Fay & Henry Slade. Henry became a Bank Director.5 He died on November 26, 1868 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, at age 77.6,7 He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.8

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1830Saugus, Essex County, MassachusettsHenry Slade
1850Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsHenry Slade9
1860North Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsHenry Slade10

Children of Henry Slade and Sally Danforth

Citations

  1. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), p. 277.
  2. [S3100] Mary Jane & Hunnewell, James M. Parsons, Bible Records of the Slade Family (NEHGS Register vol.83 pp. 381-2.).
  3. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850.
  4. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts) Boston: Beckler Press, 1937), P. 263.
  5. [S3089] Walter Merriam Pratt, Seven Generations, a Story of Prattville and Chelsea privately published, 1930), P. 81.
  6. [S3087] Massachusetts Registry of Vital Records and Statistics , 1868 vol 213, p. 229, # 284.
  7. [S3088] Sec'y of the Commonwealth, Comm. of Mass. Div. of VR (Mass.) , # 77089.
  8. [S3112] Woodlawn Cemetery Records, 302 Elm St, Everett, MA 02149.
  9. [S3164] 1850 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachucetts, FamilySearch image 74 of 160; lines 8-14, dwl 482, fam 558.
  10. [S3137] 1860 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 16, lines 7-11, dwl 93, fam 97.

David B. Slade

b. 13 April 1819, d. 26 February 1912
     David B. Slade was born on April 13, 1819 in Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Henry Slade and Sally Danforth. Soon after, his father moved to Chelsea and that city was the family home until after the Chelsea fire.2
     David married Elizabeth Wilson Whitaker on June 18, 1843 in Suffolk County, Massachusetts.3,2 David B. Slade resided in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, in 1864. He was Principal, D. & L. Slade Co. Similar in 1888 Directory.
A tidal mill, now on the National Historic Preservation List. in 1867.4 He resided in Chelsea, Massachusetts, in 1888. He died on February 26, 1912 in Inverness, Citrus County, Florida, at age 92.5 He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.5

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1850North Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsDavid B. Slade6
1860Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsDavid B. Slade7
1870Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsDavid B. Slade8
1880Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at 10 Clark AvenueDavid B. Slade9
1900Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at 10 Clark AvenueDavid B. Slade10
1910Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, living at 254 Main StreetDavid B. Slade11

Children of David B. Slade and Elizabeth Wilson Whitaker

Citations

  1. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), P. 277.
  2. [S8] Obituary, , David Slade, published Feb 28, 1912 in the Boston Journal (MA).
  3. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850, Chelsea Marriages p. 420.
  4. [S3091] City Directory of Chelsea, Massachucetts for year noted (Greenbugh, Boston).
  5. [S8] Obituary, David Slade, published Feb 25, 1912 in the Boston Transcript (MA).
  6. [S3164] 1850 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachucetts, page 945 [473], lines 11-16, dwl 16, fam 18.
  7. [S3137] 1860 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, pg 325, lines 1-6, dwl 2035, fam 2508.
  8. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, pg 296, lines 33-38, dwl 2289, fam 2477.
  9. [S3136] 1880 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 796, p 38, lines 21-27, dwl 344, fam 410.
  10. [S3139] 1900 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 1570, sh 4-B, lines 95-97, dwl 76, fam 79.
  11. [S3173] 1910 US Census of Middlesex County, Massachucetts, ED 1034, sh 13 B, lines 88-94, dwl 217, fam 322.

Charles Slade

b. 4 March 1816, d. 4 February 1896
     Charles Slade was born on March 4, 1816 in Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Henry Slade and Sally Danforth. Charles Slade was a co-founder of the Slade Spice Company. He later sold his interest and was replaced by his brother, Levi Slade in 1837.3,2
     Charles married Almira Prudence Hall on June 18, 1843 in Saugus, Essex County, Massachusetts.4 Charles Slade was a "trader."5 In 1850, Charles and Almira Slade and their one year old daughter, Emma were living in the household of his mother-in-law, Alvira Hall. Also in the household were Frances M. and Eveline M. Hall, apparently sisters of Almira Slade. He was listed as a hardware merchant.6 He was in real estate in 1881.7 He died on February 4, 1896 in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at age 79. He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1850Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsCharles Slade5
1860Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsCharles Slade6
1870Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, also in the household was Emma & husband Geo White, and Almira's mother, Almira Hall, 70Charles Slade8
1880Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, living at 84 Pearl StreetCharles Slade7

Child of Charles Slade and Almira Prudence Hall

Citations

  1. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), P. 277.
  2. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts and Their Ancestors and Descendants [privately published], 2002), page 22.
  3. [S3092] Thomas Page Smith, The Spice Mill on the Marsh Norfolk Downs, MA: Pneumatic Scale Corp., 1925).
  4. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts, page 19.
  5. [S3164] 1850 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachucetts, page 932 [466], lines 18-23, dwl 1002, fam 1171.
  6. [S3137] 1860 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 125, lines 38-40, dwl 773, fam 990.
  7. [S3136] 1880 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 787, page 46, lines 12-14, dwl 364, fam 608.
  8. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, lines 4-9, dwl 1260, fam 1410.

Levi Slade

b. 17 April 1822, d. 16 February 1884
     Levi Slade was born on April 17, 1822 in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Henry Slade and Sally Danforth.
     Levi married Elizabeth Snow on November 24, 1842 in Suffolk County, Massachusetts.3,4 In 1850, Levi's family included a Mary B. Snow, 27, likely the sister of his wife, Elizabeth.5 Levi Slade was registered for Civil War Draft in May, 1863 in Massachusetts.6 He resided in Chelsea, Massachusetts, in 1864. Levi was a Co-founder of D.& L. Slade Company. He also served as Owner and Treasurer between 1864 and 1884.7,8 Levi Slade obtained a passport on April 5, 1878 accompanied by his wife and minor son, Hertert L. Slade.2 He died on February 16, 1884 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, at age 61.9,10

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1850Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsLevi Slade5
1860Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsLevi Slade11
1870Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsLevi Slade12
1880Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at 313 Washington StreetLevi Slade13

Children of Levi Slade and Elizabeth Snow

Citations

  1. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), p. 278.
  2. [S3229] United States Passport Applications 1795-1925 on Ancestry.com, Levi Slade, wife & son Herbert, April 5, 1878.
  3. [S3202] Massachusetts Marriages 1633-1850 on Ancestry.com, Levi Slade, Elizabeth Snow Nov 24, 1842, Chelsea, MA.
  4. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850.
  5. [S3164] 1850 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachucetts, page 941 [456], lines 34-37, dwl 841, fam 1002.
  6. [S3203] U. S. Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865.
  7. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts) Boston: Beckler Press, 1937).
  8. [S3093] 1866 Chelsea City Directory.
  9. [S3083] Tombstone Marker.
  10. [S3204] Massachusetts Deaths, 1841--1915 Digital Images, v357 p 355; film no 960227; digital folder no 4223251; image no 370.
  11. [S3137] 1860 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 53, lines 1-4, dwl 313, fam 408.
  12. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 98, lines 11-16, dwl 698, fam 803.
  13. [S3136] 1880 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 797, page 22, lines 25-28, dwl 198, fam 219.

Wilbur Levi Slade

b. 11 October 1853, d. 24 December 1895
     Wilbur Levi Slade was born on October 11, 1853 in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Levi Slade and Elizabeth Snow.
     Wilbur married Annie Beatrice Quinby on October 5, 1876 in Chelsea, Massachusetts.2 Wilbur Levi Slade resided in Chelsea, Massachusetts, between 1878 and 1895.3 He was President of D. & L. Slade Company. in 1890.4 He died on December 24, 1895 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, at age 42.1

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1860Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsLevi Slade5
1870Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsLevi Slade6
1880Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at #1 Winthrop StreetWilbur Levi Slade7

Children of Wilbur Levi Slade and Annie Beatrice Quinby

  • Franklin Levi Slade+ 7 b. January 7, 1878
  • Robert S. Slade 7 b. September, 1879
  • Herbert Edwin Slade 2 b. September 10, 1883
  • Milton Slade+ 8 b. September 20, 1884, d. September 17, 1951
  • Elizabeth Slade 8 b. November, 1893

Citations

  1. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts) Boston: Beckler Press, 1937), P. 213.
  2. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts and Their Ancestors and Descendants [privately published], 2002), page 30.
  3. [S3091] City Directory of Chelsea, Massachucetts for year noted (Greenbugh, Boston) , 1878-1893.
  4. [S3094] Boston, Massachusetts. General & Business Directory Sampson & Co., 1891-1911), 1881-1891.
  5. [S3137] 1860 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 53, lines 1-4, dwl 313, fam 408.
  6. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 98, lines 11-16, dwl 698, fam 803.
  7. [S3136] 1880 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 797, page 3, lines 37-41, dwl 23, fam 27.
  8. [S3139] 1900 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 1303, sh 8-B, lines 60-63, dwl 106, fam 218.

Herbert Lincoln Slade

b. 16 September 1860, d. 5 April 1914
     Herbert Lincoln Slade was born on September 16, 1860 in Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of Levi Slade and Elizabeth Snow.
     Herbert married Anne Kimball Warner on November 11, 1885.3 Herbert Lincoln Slade was Kendall & Slade, Electrical Supplies between 1888 and 1890.4 He resided in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, between 1888 and 1890.5 He was a Director and President of D. & L. Slade Company circa 1900.6 He was Salesman in 1911. He died on April 5, 1914 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, at age 53.7 He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.7

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1870Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsLevi Slade8
1880Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at 313 Washington StreetLevi Slade9
1910Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsHerbert Lincoln Slade10

Citations

  1. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts) Boston: Beckler Press, 1937), P. 213.
  2. [S3083] Tombstone Marker.
  3. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts and Their Ancestors and Descendants [privately published], 2002), page 30.
  4. [S3094] Boston, Massachusetts. General & Business Directory Sampson & Co., 1891-1911), 1891, p. 1209.
  5. [S3091] City Directory of Chelsea, Massachucetts for year noted (Greenbugh, Boston).
  6. [S3095] Chelsea Illustrated.
  7. [S3083] Tombstone Marker, Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, MA.
  8. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 98, lines 11-16, dwl 698, fam 803.
  9. [S3136] 1880 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 797, page 22, lines 25-28, dwl 198, fam 219.
  10. [S3140] 1910 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED.

Adeline Frances Slade

b. 12 July 1861, d. 7 March 1938
     Adeline Frances Slade was born on July 12, 1861 in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of David B. Slade and Elizabeth Wilson Whitaker.1
     Adeline married Frank Eustace Fitz on November 20, 1884 in Chelsea, Massachusetts.2 Adeline was President General of the National Society of the Daughters of the Revolution [DAR]. Many of her activities are cited in her memoir in DAR Register Vol. 92. She was the Ffounding President of the US Daughters of the War of 1812. Adeline was the only child to survive her father, he lived with her in Wakefield, Massachusetts & Florida.3 Adeline Frances Slade died on March 7, 1938 in Melrose, Massachusetts, at age 76.2

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1870Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsDavid B. Slade4
1880Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at 10 Clark AvenueDavid B. Slade5
1900Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, living at 28 Cordis StreetFrank Eustace Fitz6
1910Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, living at 254 Main StreetDavid B. Slade7

Children of Adeline Frances Slade and Frank Eustace Fitz

  • Eustace Cary Fitz 6 b. July 29, 1887, d. November 11, 1934
  • David Slade Fitz 6 b. May 11, 1889, d. May 30, 1942
  • Robert Francis Fitz 6 b. December 9, 1897

Citations

  1. [S3164] 1850 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachucetts, page 945 [473], lines 11-16, dwl 16, fam 18.
  2. [S3172] Daughters of the American Revolution , Memoir, Reg. V. 92, p. 392: Mrs. Frank Eustace Fitz (Adeline Frances Slade), of Swampscott, Mass.
  3. [S3098] John W. Leonard, Woman's Who's Who of America: a biographical dictionary of contemporary women of the United States and Canada 1914-1915 1914).
  4. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, pg 296, lines 33-38, dwl 2289, fam 2477.
  5. [S3136] 1880 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 796, p 38, lines 21-27, dwl 344, fam 410.
  6. [S3141] 1900 US Census of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, ED 969, sh 20-A, lines 26-32, dwl 311, fam 287.
  7. [S3173] 1910 US Census of Middlesex County, Massachucetts, ED 1034, sh 13 B, lines 88-94, dwl 217, fam 322.

Mary Slade

b. 2 September 1778, d. 10 November 1864
     Mary Slade went by Polly. She was born on September 2, 1778 in Needham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1,2,3 She was the daughter of John Slade and Hannah Torrey. Mary Slade was baptized on September 6, 1778 in First Church of Needham, Needham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.4
     Mary married Joseph Pollard on May 31, 1801 in Malden, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.5,6 Mary Slade died on November 10, 1864 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, at age 86.

Children of Mary Slade and Joseph Pollard

  • William Pollard b. November 3, 1801
  • Caroline P. Pollard b. January 31, 1803
  • Lucy Slade Pollard b. June 5, 1806
  • Mary Jennings Pollard b. March 29, 1810
  • Isaac Pollard b. February 17, 1815
  • John Pollard b. November 18, 1819, d. May 7, 1899

Citations

  1. [S3100] Mary Jane & Hunnewell, James M. Parsons, Bible Records of the Slade Family (NEHGS Register vol.83 pp. 381-2.).
  2. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts and Their Ancestors and Descendants [privately published], 2002), page 16.
  3. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts) Boston: Beckler Press, 1937), P. 210.
  4. [S3096] The New England Historical & Genealogical Society Register, 1847-2011, Ancestry.com , V 57 p 261 Baptisms in First Church of Needham.
  5. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts, page 15 & 16.
  6. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts).

John Slade Jr.1,2

b. 27 April 1780, d. 10 June 1855
     John Slade Jr. was born on April 27, 1780 in Needham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1,3 He was the son of John Slade and Hannah Torrey. John Slade Jr. was baptized on May 21, 1780 in First Church of Needham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.4
     John married Mary "Polly" Jennings, daughter of Wiliam Jennings and Betsy Beals, on June 2, 1805 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.5,6,7 John Slade Jr. was Slade, John & Robert, Housewrights, Elliot St., Boston. in 1806.8 He enlisted in 1814 in Boston, Massachusetts, Sgt., Mass. Vol. militia, Sept. - Oct.1814 in the same company as Isaac Slade, John Jennings & Joseph Jennings.9 He died on June 10, 1855 in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, at age 75.10 He was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.11

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1850North Chelsea, Suffolk County, MassachusettsJohn Slade Jr.12

Children of John Slade Jr. and Mary "Polly" Jennings

  • John Slade+ b. April 8, 1806, d. August 26, 1873
  • William Jennings Slade+ b. July 7, 1807, d. July 26, 1889
  • Francis Slade b. December 5, 1808, d. January 12, 1811
  • Mary Slade b. September 28, 1810, d. March 12, 1813
  • Emeline Slade+ b. July 12, 1812, d. March 26, 1888
  • Alfred Slade+ b. July 2, 1814, d. June 3, 1862
  • Eunice T. Slade b. January 1, 1816, d. January 17, 1816
  • Jarvis Slade+ b. November 21, 1816, d. January 3, 1899
  • Calvin Slade+ b. August 21, 1818, d. April 6, 1895
  • Harriot A. Slade b. January 17, 1820
  • Foster Slade b. October 17, 1821, d. October 18, 1881
  • Franklin Slade b. October 20, 1823, d. September 6, 1824
  • Edward Slade+ b. March 18, 1825, d. March 29, 1885
  • Elizabeth Slade b. January 13, 1827, d. December 10, 1827
  • Maria Elizabeth Slade b. October 4, 1828, d. November 10, 1829

Citations

  1. [S3100] Mary Jane & Hunnewell, James M. Parsons, Bible Records of the Slade Family (NEHGS Register vol.83 pp. 381-2.).
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, John Slade, tombstone, Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York.
  3. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts) Boston: Beckler Press, 1937), P. 210.
  4. [S3096] The New England Historical & Genealogical Society Register, 1847-2011, Ancestry.com , Vol. 57 p. 261.
  5. [S3103] Boston Registry.
  6. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts), Pp. 210-211.
  7. [S3100] Mary Jane & Hunnewell, James M. Parsons, Bible Records of the Slade Family (NEHGS Register vol.83 pp. 381-2.), Birth, marriage & death records 1805-1885.
  8. [S3108] Edward Cotton, The Boston directory: containing names of the inhabitants, their occupations, places of business, and dwelling-houses: with a list of the streets, lanes and wharves, the town officers, public offices and banks ... Boston:1806), P. 210.
  9. [S3107] Massachusetts Records, pub. by the Commonwealth. , Mass. Vol. militia in the War of 1812, P. 108.
  10. [S3106] Vital Records of Boston (NEHG Register.) , [1855, Vol. 95, p. 96, #5] : Death Record # 77118 John Slade.
  11. [S3112] Woodlawn Cemetery Records, 302 Elm St, Everett, MA 02149.
  12. [S3164] 1850 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachucetts, page [478], lines 40-42, dwl 83, fam 94.

Robert Slade

b. 19 April 1783, d. 8 November 1819
     Robert Slade was born on April 19, 1783 in Needham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of John Slade and Hannah Torrey. Robert Slade was baptized on June 8, 1783 in First Church, Needham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.
     Robert married Nancy Kendall, daughter of William Kendall and Mary Collins, on September 22, 1805 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.3 Robert Slade was a housewright in 1806.4 Children are identified in the estate of Robert's daughter, Hannah Collins Slade. He died on November 8, 1819 at age 365,6 and was buried in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts,
Epitaph: 'Sacred to the Memory of Mr. Robert Slade who died Nov. 8 1819 ae 37.
Why do we mourn departed friends / Or shake at death's alarms /
'Tis but the voice that Jesus sends / To call them to his arms.6,3'

Children of Robert Slade and Nancy Kendall

Citations

  1. [S3100] Mary Jane & Hunnewell, James M. Parsons, Bible Records of the Slade Family (NEHGS Register vol.83 pp. 381-2.).
  2. [S3096] The New England Historical & Genealogical Society Register, 1847-2011, Ancestry.com , Vol. 57 p. 262.
  3. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts and Their Ancestors and Descendants [privately published], 2002), pg 17.
  4. [S3108] Edward Cotton, The Boston directory: containing names of the inhabitants, their occupations, places of business, and dwelling-houses: with a list of the streets, lanes and wharves, the town officers, public offices and banks ... Boston:1806), 1806.
  5. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts) Boston: Beckler Press, 1937), P. 44.
  6. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), P. 534: a. 37 y. G.R.I.

Isaac Slade

b. 8 March 1787, d. 24 August 1830
     Isaac Slade was born on March 8, 1787 in North Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 He was the son of John Slade and Hannah Torrey.
     Isaac married Nabby Gilman on November 25, 1812 in Charles Street Baptist Church, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.3 Isaac Slade enlisted between September, 1814 and October, 1814 in Massachusetts Pvt. in Capt. Ebenezer Dyer's co. of artillery, Gen. Wells command, Mass. Vol. militia..4 He died on August 24, 1830 in North Chelsea, Massachusetts, at age 43.5

Children of Isaac Slade and Nabby Gilman

Citations

  1. [S3100] Mary Jane & Hunnewell, James M. Parsons, Bible Records of the Slade Family (NEHGS Register vol.83 pp. 381-2.).
  2. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), p. 277: BP. 4 oCT. 1789. C.R.I.
  3. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts and Their Ancestors and Descendants [privately published], 2002), pg 16.
  4. [S3107] Massachusetts Records, pub. by the Commonwealth. , 1913: Mass. Volunteer Militia in the War of 1812.
  5. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850, P. 534: a. 43 54/12 y. C.R.I.

Lucy Slade

b. 15 September 1789, d. 14 October 1859
     Lucy Slade was born on September 15, 1789 in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1,2 She was the daughter of John Slade and Hannah Torrey.
     Lucy married Elias Kidder on May 12, 1811 in North Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.3 Lucy built a house on Salem Street on the Slade farm near the bend of the road nearly opposite the old North Revere School. Here she spent the summers with her family and returned to her home on Lime Street in Boston for the winters. She supported her children by making Aunt Kidder's Cordial.4,5 Lucy Slade died on October 14, 1859 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, at age 70.

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1850Boston, Suffolk County, MassachusettsWilliam Tileston6

Children of Lucy Slade and Elias Kidder

  • Elias Kidder Jr. b. February 3, 1812
  • Henry Kidder b. March 31, 1813
  • Harriet Kidder b. March 20, 1814, d. September 3, 1876
  • Lucy Slade Kidder b. October 27, 1815, d. October 23, 1887
  • Adeline Kidder b. August 3, 1818
  • Julia Maria Kidder b. January 4, 1820, d. January 15, 1879
  • Franklin Augustus Kidder b. September 1, 1822, d. July 5, 1853

Citations

  1. [S3100] Mary Jane & Hunnewell, James M. Parsons, Bible Records of the Slade Family (NEHGS Register vol.83 pp. 381-2.).
  2. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), P. 278: C.R. I.
  3. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850, page 420.
  4. [S3082] Benjamin Shurtleff, History of the Town of Revere (Massachucetts) Boston: Beckler Press, 1937), P. 211.
  5. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts and Their Ancestors and Descendants [privately published], 2002), pg 18.
  6. [S3164] 1850 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachucetts, page [144], lines 37-42 & 1-4 on next pg.

Anna Jeanette 'Annie' Slade

b. 2 March 1847, d. 24 February 1886
     Anna Jeanette 'Annie' Slade was born on March 2, 1847 in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of David B. Slade and Elizabeth Wilson Whitaker.
     Anna married Henry Dillingham on October 16, 1863 in Suffolk County, Massachusetts.2 Anna Jeanette 'Annie' Slade died on February 24, 1886 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, at age 38.3

Child of Anna Jeanette 'Annie' Slade and Henry Dillingham

Citations

  1. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), P. 277.
  2. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts and Their Ancestors and Descendants [privately published], 2002), page 29.
  3. [S3110] Alexander, W. & Archambault, Phyllis D., Gen. of the Dillingham Family of NE.
  4. [S3137] 1860 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, pg 325, lines 1-6, dwl 2035, fam 2508.
  5. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, pg 296, lines 33-38, dwl 2289, fam 2477.
  6. [S3136] 1880 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 796, p 38, lines 21-27, dwl 344, fam 410.

Gustavus Adolphus Slade

b. 13 July 1849, d. 17 December 1880
     Gustavus Adolphus Slade was born on July 13, 1849 in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of David B. Slade and Elizabeth Wilson Whitaker and died on December 17, 1880 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, at age 31.2 He was not married.

Citations

  1. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), P. 277: G.R.3.
  2. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850.
  3. [S3137] 1860 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, pg 325, lines 1-6, dwl 2035, fam 2508.
  4. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, pg 296, lines 33-38, dwl 2289, fam 2477.

Ella Florence Slade

b. 19 June 1846, d. 24 November 1912
     Ella Florence Slade was born on June 19, 1846 in Chelsea, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Levi Slade and Elizabeth Snow.
     Ella married Henry Hall Davis on January 7, 1869.2 Ella Florence Slade died on November 24, 1912 in Chelsea, Massachusetts, at age 66. She was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Tombstone reads 'Ella A. Slade.3'

Children of Ella Florence Slade and Henry Hall Davis

  • Florence S. Davis 9 b. circa 1871
  • Winnifred H. Davis 8 b. December, 1876

Citations

  1. [S3086] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Chelsea, Massachusetts, To the year 1850 Boston, MA:1916), P. 277.
  2. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts and Their Ancestors and Descendants [privately published], 2002).
  3. [S3117] Susan Slade Carr, Arthur C Slade, III Alfred L. Skinner, The Spice Slades of Chelsea, Massachusetts, page 25.
  4. [S3164] 1850 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachucetts, page 941 [456], lines 34-37, dwl 841, fam 1002.
  5. [S3137] 1860 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 53, lines 1-4, dwl 313, fam 408.
  6. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 98, lines 11-16, dwl 698, fam 803.
  7. [S3138] 1870 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, page 139, lines 15-16, dwl 1020, fam 1147.
  8. [S3139] 1900 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 1568, sh 2-B, lines 92-94, dwl 40, fam 48.
  9. [S3136] 1880 US Census of Suffolk County, Massachusetts, ED 796, pg 7, lines 46-49, dwl 65, fam 71.