General Jeremiah Slade

(1775 - 1824)
     General Jeremiah Slade was born in 1775 in Martin County, North Carolina.1 He was the son of William Slade and Nancy Gainer. Jeremish Slade served in the North Carolina House of Commons from 1797 until 1800 and as a State Senator from 1809 until 1815.
     Jeremiah married Janet Bog, daughter of Thomas Bog and Hannah Blount, on June 10, 1798.

     He served as a Brigader General during the War of 1812, commanding the Fifth Brigade of the Seventh North Carolina Division of Militia, comprising forces of Martin, Edgecombe, Halifax and Northampton counties. Jeremiah died in 1824 in North Carolina.

Children of General Jeremiah Slade and Janet Bog

Citations

  1. [S5359] Mary Katherine Slade, The Slades of Martin County [NC] 1742-1990 Privately published,.

Mary Ann Slade

(1801 - 1873)
     Mary Ann Slade was born in 1801 in Martin County, North Carolina.1,2 She was the daughter of General Jeremiah Slade and Janet Bog.
     Mary married William Henderson on January 27, 1820 in North Carolina. Mary died in 1873. She was buried in Christ Church Cemetery, Bastrop, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850Martin County, North CarolinaMary Ann Slade1

Children of Mary Ann Slade and William Henderson

  • Mary Henderson
  • Jennett Henderson 1 b. 1825
  • William Henderson 1 b. 1829
  • Morrace Henderson 1 b. 1830

Citations

  1. [S5370] 1850 US Census of Martin County, North Carolina, [no page number], lines 23-26, hh 215, fam 190.
  2. [S22] https://www.findagrave.com/memorial,, Mary Slade Henderson, tombstone, Christ Church Cemetery, Bastrop, Louisiana.

James Bog Slade M. D.

(5 April 1803 - 30 November 1848)
     James Bog Slade M. D. was born on April 5, 1803 in Martin County, North Carolina.1,2 He was the son of General Jeremiah Slade and Janet Bog. He was a member of the Dialectic Society at the University of North Carolina, class of 1818.1 He earned his Doctor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in 1826.3 General Gideon J. Pillow included the following statement in his official report dated August 24, 1847 to Headquarters, Third Division of the United States Army: My medical staff (particularly Surgeon Jordon and Surgeon Slade) distinguished themselves by their great activity and energy in keeping with the column throughout the action, and attending to the wounded and dying on the spot where they fell, as did also the entire medical staff of my division.4
James died on November 30, 1848 in Mixcoac, Mexico, at age 45.4,2

An obit for Dr. Slade appeared Mar 3, 1848 in the New Orleans Times-Picayune:
"Funeral of Dr. Slade,
The remains of the late Dr. JAMES B. SLADE, Surgeon to the 15th Regiment U. S. Infantry, having arrived from Mexico, will be interred THIS EVENING at the Protestant Cemetery. The funeral will take place from the residence of Dr. Fenner, No. 5 Carondelet street, at half past 1 o'clock. The friends of the deceased are invited to attend without further notice."

Apparently, Dr. Slade was first buried in New Orleans, and later moved to Vicksburg, where a tombstone now stands.5,6 He was buried in Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren County, Mississippi.2

Child of James Bog Slade M. D.

Citations

  1. [S5557] Catalogue of the Members of the Dialectic Society at University of North Carolina 1795-1890 , http://docsouth.unc.edu/true/dialectic/dialectic.html
  2. [S22] https://www.findagrave.com/memorial,, Dr. James Bog Slade, tombstone, Vicksburg National Cemetery, Warren Co, Mississippi.
  3. [S5556] General Alumni Catalog of the University of Pennsylvania publ 1917 , page 590.
  4. [S5555] The Mexican-American War and the Media, 1845-1848.
  5. [S8] Obituary, , Dr. James B Slade, MD, appeared in the New Orleans Times-Picayune on March 3, 1848.
  6. [S22] https://www.findagrave.com/memorial, Dr. James B Slade, Girod Street Cemetery, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  7. [S22] https://www.findagrave.com/memorial, Amelia Slade, tombstone, Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Georgia.

William Slade

(circa 1807 - 1852)
     William Slade was born circa 1807 in Martin County, North Carolina.1 He was the son of General Jeremiah Slade and Janet Bog. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and became a member of the Dialectic Society in 1824.2

     William Slade married Penelope Williams on October 13, 1829 in North Carolina. William died in 1852.

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850Martin County, North CarolinaWilliam Slade1

Children of William Slade and Penelope Williams

Citations

  1. [S5370] 1850 US Census of Martin County, North Carolina, [no page number], lines 11-22, hh 214, fam 189.
  2. [S5557] Catalogue of the Members of the Dialectic Society at University of North Carolina 1795-1890.

Penelope Williams

(1812 - 1890)
     Penelope Williams was born in 1812 in North Carolina.1

     Penelope Williams married William Slade, son of General Jeremiah Slade and Janet Bog, on October 13, 1829 in Martin County, North Carolina. Penelope died in 1890.

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850Martin County, North CarolinaWilliam Slade2
1860Martin County, North Carolina, District 4Penelope Williams3
1870Williamston, Martin County, North CarolinaPenelope Williams4

Children of Penelope Williams and William Slade

Citations

  1. [S5489] 1850 US Census of Northampton Co, North Carolina.
  2. [S5370] 1850 US Census of Martin County, North Carolina, [no page number], lines 11-22, hh 214, fam 189.
  3. [S5371] 1860 US Census of Martin County, North Carolina, page 50 [392], lines 8-15, hh 398, fam 1.
  4. [S5372] 1870 US Census of Martin County, North Carolina, page 50, lines 8-15, hh 389, fam 415.

William Slade

(say 1743 - February 1791)
     William Slade was born say 1743 in Martin County, North Carolina. He was the son of Ebenezer Slade Sr and Agnes McNare.
     William married Nancy Gainer on June 19, 1761 in Tyrell [later Martin] County, North Carolina. [This is listed as Ann Gainer at same date by another marriage compilation]1 Served as a statesman and soldier. Was Ensign and Lieutenant in the North Carolina Line in 177. He served to the close of the war and became a member of the Cincinnati. William died in February, 1791 in North Carolina.

Children of William Slade and Nancy Gainer

Citations

  1. [S5538] North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868.

Ebenezer Slade Sr

(circa 1715 - 1788)
     The Prescott Slade Genealogy indicates that Ebenezer Slade was born about 1715 in Hyde County, North Carolina, This would be twenty-one years before he was appointed Constable in 1736.1 Ebenezer Slade Sr was the son of William Slade.
     Ebenezer married Agnes McNare say 1733. He settled on Roanoke River in Martin County, North Carolina and with Agnes had four sons a nd three daughters..2,3 Ebenezer Slade of Martin County was certified as an elected representative of Terrelll County. [later Martin County]1 Ebenezer died in 1788.3 The will of Ebenezer Slade, Sr., is dated January 28, 1788 and was probated in March Court 1788. He left altogether five parcels of land and others unnamed, three to his son William, two to daughter Elizabeth, and one to each of his seven grandchildren: Ebenezer Griffin, Nancy Slade, Ebenezer Slade, son of Ebenezer, and Edmund Slade. Ebenezer's grandfather, Henry Slade, Sr., had one negro Bob. His father Henry, Jr, mentions no Negroes in his will but listed as his headright two Indians and five Negros. on February 23, 1789 in Martin County, North Carolina.1

Children of Ebenezer Slade Sr and Agnes McNare

  • Ebenezer Slade Jr.+ b. say 1735, d. February 23, 1787
  • Henry Slade b. say 1738, d. circa 1782
  • William Slade+ b. say 1743, d. February, 1791
  • Polly Slade
  • Elizabeth Slade
  • Francis Slade d. circa 1782

Citations

  1. [S5405] Richard Newton Smith, Slade Family Roots in North Carolina and Georgia New Bern, North Carolina:2008).
  2. [S5360] Descendants chart and research by Bill E. Slade, Jr of Tyler, Texas 11 Feb 1981,.
  3. [S24] Research by Thomas Methvin.

William Slade

     William Slade was the son of Henry Slade and Hannah Loveridge. William settled in Currituck, Hyde County, North Carolina. He was likely one of the headrights of Henry Slade, Jr. in Virginia in 1693.1

Children of William Slade

Citations

  1. [S5405] Richard Newton Smith, Slade Family Roots in North Carolina and Georgia New Bern, North Carolina:2008), page 7.

Ronald Lynn Slade1,2,3

(18 January 1938 - 27 September 2018)
     Ronald Lynn Slade was known as Ron Sr.2 He was born on January 18, 1938 in Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi.1,2,3 He was the son of Paul Rex Slade and Pauline B. [?]1,2
     Ronald married Anita [?] circa 1960.2 Ron attended the University of Mississippi, graduating from Pharmacy School and then completed his Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of Arkansas. He spent his career as a pharmacist and retired in 1997 after owning and operating Rogers Drug Store in Brunswick, GA for 25 years.2 Ronald died on September 27, 2018 in Covington, Newton County, Georgia, at age 802 and was buried in Samuel Slade Cemetery, Lumberton, Lamar County, Mississippi.4

Children of Ronald Lynn Slade and Anita [?]

  • Chris Slade 2
  • Susie Slade 2
  • Ronald Lynn Slade Jr. 2

Citations

  1. [S5882] 1940 US Census of Marion County, Mississippi, ED 46-6, sh 9-B, lines 35-37, fam 189.
  2. [S8] Obituary, , Ron Slade, Sr, published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution from Sept. 29 to Sept. 30, 2018.
  3. [S5829] Newspaper Article:, Hattiesburg American (MS), dtd Feb 26, 1938, lists Forrest Co births for January, Ronald Lynn Slade, s/o Paul Rex Slade. no days given.
  4. [S22] https://www.findagrave.com/memorial,, Samuel Slade Cemetery, Lumberton, Lamar Co, Mississippi.

John Slade

(say 1680 - circa 1743)
     John Slade was born say 1680, likely in England.1 He was the son of Henry Slade and Hannah Loveridge. John was likely one of the headrights of Henry Slade, Jr. in Virginia in 1693.2 John is shown in Wickham Precinct in 1712.2
     John married Abigail Hodges, daughter of William Hodges, circa 1720 in North Carolina.1,2 Settled on Slade's Creek in Hyde County, NC. John died circa 1743. He left a will dated on September 6, 1743 in Hyde County, North Carolina;

     His will named John Slade, believed to be the oldest son, and gave him the plantation John Slade lived on. He also had a son, Benjamin, the plantation that John (the one that died) lived on. To his son William Hodges SLADE, he gave him the remainder of the plantation, or 580 acres. To his son, Hezekiah SLADE, he gave him the remainder part of 250 acres. He had a daughter, Mary Jewel who was married and her husband's name was Ben. He also had a daughter, Sarah and a daughter Kezia. John Slade's widow was Abigal.3

Children of John Slade and Abigail Hodges

Citations

  1. [S5365] Date estimated only for planning based upon other events [marr, legal age, death, etc].
  2. [S5405] Richard Newton Smith, Slade Family Roots in North Carolina and Georgia New Bern, North Carolina:2008), page 7.
  3. [S5771] Will of John Slade, Dec Court 1743 Hyde Co, North Carolina SS 878/55 SS/AR.

Samuel Slade

     Samuel Slade was the son of Henry Slade and Hannah Loveridge. Samuel was likely one of the headrights of Henry Slade, Jr. in Virginia in 1693.1 Samuel Slade resided in Blount's Creek, Beaufort County, North Carolina.2
     Samuel married Martha Banks. Samuel Slade left a will in 1746.2

Children of Samuel Slade and Martha Banks

  • Hannah Slade b. before 1746
  • Susannah Slade b. before 1746
  • Jane Slade 3 b. before 1746
  • Elizabeth Slade 3 b. before 1746

Citations

  1. [S5405] Richard Newton Smith, Slade Family Roots in North Carolina and Georgia New Bern, North Carolina:2008), page 7.
  2. [S5360] Descendants chart and research by Bill E. Slade, Jr of Tyler, Texas 11 Feb 1981,.
  3. [S5866] 1746 Will of Samuel Slade, Beaufort County, North Carolina SS 878/45 SS/AR.

John Slade Jr.

(1724 - )
     John Slade Jr. was born in 1724 in North Carolina.1 He was the son of John Slade and Abigail Hodges.

Children of John Slade Jr.

Citations

  1. [S5365] Date estimated only for planning based upon other events [marr, legal age, death, etc].
  2. [S5601] Kenneth L Slade research and/or personal knowledge.

Hezekiah Slade

(say 1730 - 1752)
     Hezekiah Slade was born say 1730 in North Carolina.1 He was the son of John Slade and Abigail Hodges.
     Hezekiah married Sarah [?].2,3 Hezekiah died in 1752. He left a will on January 10, 1752 in Hyde County, North Carolina; Hezekiah's will mentions his wife & Executrix, Sarah, his son: Jeremiah, daughters: Dianah and Rebecca and unborn child.2,3

Children of Hezekiah Slade and Sarah [?]

  • Jeremiah Slade
  • Diana Slade
  • Rebecca Slade

Citations

  1. [S5365] Date estimated only for planning based upon other events [marr, legal age, death, etc].
  2. [S5360] Descendants chart and research by Bill E. Slade, Jr of Tyler, Texas 11 Feb 1981,.
  3. [S5364] Will of Hezekiah Slade Jan 10, 1752, Hyde County, North Carolina 028 DB-5/241 SS AR.

Benjamin Slade

(say 1726 - )
     Benjamin Slade was born say 1726.1 He was the son of John Slade and Abigail Hodges. Moved to South Carolina.

Child of Benjamin Slade

  • Lydia Slade

Citations

  1. [S5365] Date estimated only for planning based upon other events [marr, legal age, death, etc].

Henry Slade

(say 1720 - 1771)
     Henry Slade was born say 1720 in North Carolina.1 He was the son of William Slade. Settled in Tyrrell County, NC.
     Henry married Mary Worley, daughter of John Worley and Ester Blount, in April, 1750 in Tyrell [later Martin] County, North Carolina, Joshua Worley was bondsman, likely the father of Mary.2 He was listed in the 1755 Tax List of Tyrrell County 1 white, 3 blacks.
     Henry married second Ann Gray say 1758 in North Carolina.1 Henry Slade left a will in 1766 in North Carolina.3 Henry died in 1771 in North Carolina Listed on death records as Henry Claide.4

Children of Henry Slade and Ann Gray

  • John Gray Slade d. circa 1797
  • Barbara Slade
  • Amelia Slade

Child of Henry Slade and Mary Worley

Citations

  1. [S5535] Kenneth L Slade, reseach, notes & analysis.
  2. [S5538] North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868.
  3. [S5544] Tyrrell County, North Carolina Estate Records http://patriot.net/~cpbarnes/TYREST.HTM, http://patriot.net/~cpbarnes/TPTOCS.HTM
  4. [S5544] Tyrrell County, North Carolina Estate Records.