Etta Liebert1

b. circa 1909
     Etta Liebert was born circa 1909 in New York.2 She was the daughter of Henry Liebert.1
     Etta married Marvin Slade circa 1928.2

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1930Buffalo, Erie County, New YorkMarvin Slade2
1940Buffalo, Erie County, New YorkHenry Liebert1

Child of Etta Liebert and Marvin Slade

  • Ronald Slade 1

Citations

  1. [S1915] 1940 US Census of Erie County, New York, ED 64-374, sh 65-A, lines 5-8, fam 302.
  2. [S1914] 1930 US Census of Erie County, New York, ED 15-210, sh 43-B, lines 71-72, dwl 21, fam 31.

Marvin Slade1

b. circa 1906
     Marvin Slade was born circa 1906 in New York.1
     Marvin married Etta Liebert, daughter of Henry Liebert, circa 1928.1

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1930Buffalo, Erie County, New YorkMarvin Slade1
1940Buffalo, Erie County, New YorkMarvin Slade2

Child of Marvin Slade and Etta Liebert

  • Ronald Slade 2

Citations

  1. [S1914] 1930 US Census of Erie County, New York, ED 15-210, sh 43-B, lines 71-72, dwl 21, fam 31.
  2. [S1915] 1940 US Census of Erie County, New York, ED 64-374, sh 65-A, lines 5-8, fam 302.

Ephraim Slade1

b. October 1834, d. 24 November 1912
     Ephraim Slade was born in October, 1834 in Tatamagouche, Colchester County, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 He was the son of Thomas William Slade and Margaret Tattrie.1,2
     Ephraim married Ellen Dunphy on January 24, 1857 in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia.3,4 Ephraim Slade immigrated from to United States in 1879.3 He died on November 24, 1912 at age 785 and was buried in Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson County, Nebraska.5

Children of Ephraim Slade and Ellen Dunphy

Citations

  1. [S885] 1900 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sheet 18-B, lines 71-74, dwl 427, fam 438.
  2. [S892] B. Jenson, Lorna Whisler.
  3. [S866] 1900 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sheet 18-B, lines 71-74, dwl 427, fam 438.
  4. [S867] Banford B. Langill, The Langille Family Genealogical Records.
  5. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Ephriam Slade, Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson Co, Nebraska.
  6. [S2338] 1861 Canada Census of Nova Scotia Province, Colchester, Poling Dist 10, Abstract 2, line 17.
  7. [S2115] 1871 Canada Census of Nova Scotia Provence, pg 59, lines 7-13, dwl 179, fam 186.
  8. [S2342] 1885 State Census of Nebraska, Butler Co, ED 84, pg 19-B, lines 9-15, dwl 232, fam 244.
  9. [S892] B. Jenson.
  10. [S886] 1900 US Census of Butler County, Nebraska, ED 4, sheet 6-B, lines 82-83, dwl 128, fam 128.
  11. [S892] B. Jenson, Judy Duval.

Ellen Dunphy1

b. May 1836, d. 1929
     Ellen Dunphy was born in May, 1836 in Nova Scotia, Canada.1
     Ellen married Ephraim Slade, son of Thomas William Slade and Margaret Tattrie, on January 24, 1857 in Tatamagouche, Colchester County, Nova Scotia, Canada.2,3 The 1800 census indicates that Ellen is mother of 8 children, 7 are living.2 Ellen Dunphy died in 19294 and was buried in Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson County, Nebraska.4

Children of Ellen Dunphy and Ephraim Slade

Citations

  1. [S885] 1900 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sheet 18-B, lines 71-74, dwl 427, fam 438.
  2. [S866] 1900 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sheet 18-B, lines 71-74, dwl 427, fam 438.
  3. [S867] Banford B. Langill, The Langille Family Genealogical Records.
  4. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Ellen Dunphy Slade, tombstone, Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson Co, Nebraska.
  5. [S2115] 1871 Canada Census of Nova Scotia Provence, pg 59, lines 7-13, dwl 179, fam 186.
  6. [S1946] 1881 Canadia Census of Nova Scotia Province, Dist 19, pg 48, lines 12-19, dwl 204, fam 212.
  7. [S2342] 1885 State Census of Nebraska, Butler Co, ED 84, pg 19-B, lines 9-15, dwl 232, fam 244.
  8. [S2406] 1920 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sh 11-B, lines 71-73, dwl 91, fam 95.
  9. [S892] B. Jenson.
  10. [S886] 1900 US Census of Butler County, Nebraska, ED 4, sheet 6-B, lines 82-83, dwl 128, fam 128.
  11. [S892] B. Jenson, Judy Duval.

Mary Ella Slade1

b. July 1877, d. 29 November 1942
     Mary Ella Slade was known as Ella.2 She was born on September 1, 1876 in Tatamagouche, Colchester County, Nova Scotia, Canada.2 She was the daughter of Ephraim Slade and Ellen Dunphy.3,1 Mary Ella Slade died on November 29, 1942 at age 652 and was buried in Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson County, Nebraska.2

Citations

  1. [S885] 1900 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sheet 18-B, lines 71-74, dwl 427, fam 438.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Ella Slade, tombstone, Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson Co, Nebraska.
  3. [S866] 1900 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sheet 18-B, lines 71-74, dwl 427, fam 438.
  4. [S1946] 1881 Canadia Census of Nova Scotia Province, Dist 19, pg 48, lines 12-19, dwl 204, fam 212.
  5. [S2342] 1885 State Census of Nebraska, Butler Co, ED 84, pg 19-B, lines 9-15, dwl 232, fam 244.
  6. [S2406] 1920 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sh 11-B, lines 71-73, dwl 91, fam 95.
  7. [S2945] 1930 US Cencus of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 49-9, sh 2-A, lines 30-31, dwl 31, fam 33.

John Clifford Slade1

b. April 1879, d. 1950
     John Clifford Slade went by Clifford. He was born in April, 1879 in Colchester County, Nova Scotia, Canada.1 He was the son of Ephraim Slade and Ellen Dunphy.1
     John married Jennie Opal LaMasters, daughter of William W. LaMasters and Georgie Ann Shepard, on March 9, 1925 in Sioux City, Woodbury County, Iowa.2 John Clifford Slade died in 19503 and was buried in Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson County, Nebraska.3

Child of John Clifford Slade and Jennie Opal LaMasters

Citations

  1. [S885] 1900 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sheet 18-B, lines 71-74, dwl 427, fam 438.
  2. [S2343] Iowa State Board of Health Marriage Return, #97-022923, John Clifford Slade & Jennie Opal LaMasters [image of original].
  3. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, John C Slade, Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson Co, Nebraska.
  4. [S1946] 1881 Canadia Census of Nova Scotia Province, Dist 19, pg 48, lines 12-19, dwl 204, fam 212.
  5. [S2342] 1885 State Census of Nebraska, Butler Co, ED 84, pg 19-B, lines 9-15, dwl 232, fam 244.
  6. [S2346] 1930 US Census of Garfield County, Oklahoma, ED 24-19, sh 3-B, lines 92-96, dwl 77, fam 89.
  7. [S2345] 1900 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 49-9, sh 18-A, lines 25-28, fam 435.

Thomas William Slade1

b. March 1859, d. 6 May 1937
     Thomas William Slade was born in March, 1859 in Nova Scotia, Canada.1,2 He was the son of Ephraim Slade and Ellen Dunphy.1 In 1900 census, he was shown as engineer and it indicated that he was not married.3 Thomas William Slade died on May 6, 1937 at age 784 and was buried in Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson County, Nebraska.4

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1871Tatamagouche, Colchester County, Nova Scotia, CanadaEphraim Slade5
1880Columbus Pct, Platte County, Nebraska, a farm laborer in hh Gus C BarnumThomas William Slade6
1900David City, Butlert County, Nebraska, in boarding house with younger brother James B SladeThomas William Slade3
1920Tecumseh, Johnson County, NebraskaEllen Dunphy7
1930Tecumseh, Johnson County, NebraskaMary Ella Slade8

Citations

  1. [S886] 1900 US Census of Butler County, Nebraska, ED 4, sheet 6-B, lines 82-83, dwl 128, fam 128.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Thomas William Slade, tombstone, Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson Co, Nebraska.
  3. [S886] 1900 US Census of Butler County, Nebraska, ED 4, sh 6-B, lines 82 & 83, dwl 182, fam 132.
  4. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com, Thomas William Slade, Tecumseh Cemetery, Johnson Co, Nebraska.
  5. [S2115] 1871 Canada Census of Nova Scotia Provence, pg 59, lines 7-13, dwl 179, fam 186.
  6. [S2944] 1880 US Cencus of Platte County, Nebraska, ED 90, pg 48, line 17, dwl 28, fam 28.
  7. [S2406] 1920 US Census of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 27, sh 11-B, lines 71-73, dwl 91, fam 95.
  8. [S2945] 1930 US Cencus of Johnson County, Nebraska, ED 49-9, sh 2-A, lines 30-31, dwl 31, fam 33.

James Boneman Slade

b. September 1870, d. 17 July 1949
     James Boneman Slade was born in September, 1870 in Tatamagouche, Colchester County, Nova Scotia, Canada. He was the son of Ephraim Slade and Ellen Dunphy.
     James married Alcena Etta McKnight in 1895 in Butler County, Nebraska.1,2 James Boneman Slade died on July 17, 1949 at age 783 and was buried in Fullerton Cemetery, Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska.4,5

Children of James Boneman Slade and Alcena Etta McKnight

Citations

  1. [S888] 1910 US Census of Nance County, Nebraska.
  2. [S884] Gwen Osborn, has marriage certificate.
  3. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, James B Slade, Fullerton Cemetery, Nance Co, Nebraska.
  4. [S884] Gwen Osborn, personal knowledge.
  5. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com, Alcena Slade, jt tombstone, Fullerton Cemetery, Nance Co, Nebraska.
  6. [S2115] 1871 Canada Census of Nova Scotia Provence, pg 59, lines 7-13, dwl 179, fam 186.
  7. [S1946] 1881 Canadia Census of Nova Scotia Province, Dist 19, pg 48, lines 12-19, dwl 204, fam 212.
  8. [S2342] 1885 State Census of Nebraska, Butler Co, ED 84, pg 19-B, lines 9-15, dwl 232, fam 244.
  9. [S886] 1900 US Census of Butler County, Nebraska, ED 4, sh 6-B, lines 82 & 83, dwl 182, fam 132.
  10. [S889] 1920 US Census of Lancaster County, Nebraska, ED 75, sheet 14-A, lines 42-50, dwl 326, fam 330.
  11. [S890] 1930 US Census of Douglas County, Nebraska, ED 28-144, sheet 13-B, lines 93-100, dwl 298, fam 354.
  12. [S2117] 1940 US Census of Platte County, Nebraska, ED 71-8, sh 14-A, lines 10-14, dwl 208.
  13. [S888] 1910 US Census of Nance County, Nebraska, ED 161, sheet 7-B, lines 91-96, dwl 118.
  14. [S884] Gwen Osborn.

Alcena Etta McKnight1

b. 3 January 1873, d. 1951
     Alcena Etta McKnight was born on January 3, 1873 in Beloit, Rock County, Wisconsin.1,2 She was the daughter of Anna Scott and George Washington McKnight.3
     Alcena married James Boneman Slade, son of Ephraim Slade and Ellen Dunphy, in 1895 in Butler County, Nebraska.1,4 Alcena Etta McKnight died in 19512 and was buried in Fullerton Cemetery, Fullerton, Nance County, Nebraska.2

Children of Alcena Etta McKnight and James Boneman Slade

Citations

  1. [S888] 1910 US Census of Nance County, Nebraska.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Alcena Slade, jt tombstone, Fullerton Cemetery, Nance Co, Nebraska.
  3. [S884] Gwen Osborn.
  4. [S884] Gwen Osborn, has marriage certificate.
  5. [S889] 1920 US Census of Lancaster County, Nebraska, ED 75, sheet 14-A, lines 42-50, dwl 326, fam 330.
  6. [S890] 1930 US Census of Douglas County, Nebraska, ED 28-144, sheet 13-B, lines 93-100, dwl 298, fam 354.
  7. [S2117] 1940 US Census of Platte County, Nebraska, ED 71-8, sh 14-A, lines 10-14, dwl 208.
  8. [S888] 1910 US Census of Nance County, Nebraska, ED 161, sheet 7-B, lines 91-96, dwl 118.

Gladys Fern Slade1

b. 5 January 1899, d. August 1987
     Gladys Fern Slade was born on January 5, 1899 in David City, Butler County, Nebraska.1,2 She was the daughter of James Boneman Slade and Alcena Etta McKnight.1
     Gladys married first Theodore W. Kahn in Saunders County, Nebraska.3
     Gladys married Melvin Grant Call.2 Gladys Fern Slade died in August, 1987 in Denver, Denver County, Colorado, at age 88.

Children of Gladys Fern Slade and Melvin Grant Call

  • Catherine Call
  • Carole Elane Call 2

Citations

  1. [S888] 1910 US Census of Nance County, Nebraska, ED 161, sheet 7-B, lines 91-96, dwl 118.
  2. [S891] Joan Call.
  3. [S890] 1930 US Census of Douglas County, Nebraska, ED 28-144, sheet 13-B, lines 93-100, dwl 298, fam 354.
  4. [S889] 1920 US Census of Lancaster County, Nebraska, ED 75, sheet 14-A, lines 42-50, dwl 326, fam 330.

James Thomas Slade

b. 2 September 1912, d. 12 July 1992
     James Thomas Slade was born on September 2, 1912 in Clarks, Merrick County, Nebraska.1,2 He was the son of James Boneman Slade and Alcena Etta McKnight.
     James married Mary Tagwerker.3 James Thomas Slade died on July 12, 1992 at age 791,2 and was buried in Saint Bonaventure Cemetery, Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska.2

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1920Lincoln, Lancaster County, NebraskaJames Boneman Slade4
1930Omaha, Douglas County, NebraskaJames Boneman Slade5
1940Columbus, Platte County, Nebraska, at 1922 1/2 Seventh Street, next to parentsJames Thomas Slade6

Children of James Thomas Slade and Mary Tagwerker

  • Sharon Slade
  • Mary Jeanie Slade 3
  • Shirley Ann Slade 3
  • James Thomas Slade Jr. 3
  • Susan Slade 3

Citations

  1. [S5] Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014, Ancestry.com.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, James T Slade, tombstone, Saint Bonaventure Cemetery, Platte Co, Nebraska.
  3. [S892] B. Jenson.
  4. [S889] 1920 US Census of Lancaster County, Nebraska, ED 75, sheet 14-A, lines 42-50, dwl 326, fam 330.
  5. [S890] 1930 US Census of Douglas County, Nebraska, ED 28-144, sheet 13-B, lines 93-100, dwl 298, fam 354.
  6. [S2117] 1940 US Census of Platte County, Nebraska, ED 71-8, sh 14-A, lines 10-14, dwl 208.