Thomas Slade1

b. 5 January 1824, d. 20 April 1891
     Thomas Slade was born on January 5, 1824 in Butler County, Ohio.2 He was the son of Micajah Slade and Temperance Elliott.1
     Thomas married Rosanne Vinnedge, daughter of John W. Vinnedge and Madeline Davis, on December 18, 1845 in Liberty Twp, Butler County, Ohio.2 Thomas Slade died on April 20, 1891 in Ohio at age 672 and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio.2

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1850Fairfield Twp, Butler County, OhioThomas Slade3
1860Fairfield Twp, Butler County, OhioThomas Slade4
1870Fairfield Twp, Butler County, OhioThomas Slade5
1880Fairfield Twp, Butler County, OhioThomas Slade6

Children of Thomas Slade and Rosanne Vinnedge

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Thomas Slade, Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton, Ohio.
  3. [S6231] 1850 US Census of Butler County, Ohio, pg 559 [280], 34-36, dwl 276, fam 1004.
  4. [S6228] 1860 US Census of Butler County, Ohio, Jones Station, page 26, lines 12-18, dwl 179 fam 188.
  5. [S6230] 1870 US Census of Butler County, Ohio, pg 24, lines 34-38, dwl 167, fam 172.
  6. [S6229] 1880 US Census of Butler County, Ohio, ED 18, pg 44-D, lines 5-9, dwl 350, fam 368.

Samuel Meredith Elliott1

b. 1852, d. 1885
     Samuel Meredith Elliott was born in 1852.1
     Samuel married Mary Frances Lytle, daughter of James Oric Lytle and Ann Slade, in Adams County, Illinois.1 Samuel Meredith Elliott died in 1885 in Illinois.1 He was buried in Columbus Cemetery, Adams County, Illinois.1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Thomas Slade Jr.1

b. 1753, d. 1830
     Thomas Slade Jr. was born in 1753 in My Lady's Manor, Baltimore County, Maryland.1 He was the son of Thomas Slade and Hannah Miles.1
     Thomas married first Mary Williams in 1779 in North Carolina.1
     Thomas married second Isabella Graves in 1782 in North Carolina.1 Thomas Slade Jr. died in 1830 in Rockingham County, North Carolina.1 He was buried in Caswell County, North Carolina.1

Child of Thomas Slade Jr. and Mary Williams

Children of Thomas Slade Jr. and Isabella Graves

  • Isabella M. Slade 1
  • Susan Slade 1
  • William Slade 1
  • Nancy Slade 1
  • John Slade 1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Nathaniel Slade1

b. 21 August 1761, d. 1846
     Nathaniel Slade was born on August 21, 1761 in My Lady's Manor, Maryland.1 He was the son of Thomas Slade and Hannah Miles.1
     Nathaniel married Elizabeth Perry Yancey on June 26, 1792 in Caswell County, North Carolina.2
     Nathaniel married Betsey Riggs on September 10, 1813 in Craven County, North Carolina.1 Nathaniel Slade died in 1846 in North Carolina.1

Children of Nathaniel Slade and Elizabeth Perry Yancey

  • William Slade 1 b. April 7, 1796
  • Thomas Lewis Slade 1 b. November 10, 1798
  • Nancy Graves Slade 1 b. March 23, 1801
  • Elizabeth Perry Slade 1 b. September 18, 1803
  • Bartlett Yancey Slade 1 b. April 16, 1808
  • Hannah Miles Slade+ 1 b. October 20, 1808, d. March 27, 1850
  • Polly Slade 1 b. circa 1820

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.
  2. [S6156] Katherine Kerr Kendall, Caswell County North Carolina Marriage Bonds 1778-1868 1981).

William Slade1

b. 10 June 1758, d. 31 August 1836
     William Slade was born on June 10, 1758 in My Lady's Manor, Maryland.1 He was the son of Thomas Slade and Hannah Miles.1
     William married Martha Kerr on December 22, 1786 in Caswell County, North Carolina.1 William Slade died on August 31, 1836 in North Carolina at age 78.1 Pension application of William Slade W4069 Transcribed by Will Graves
State of North Carolina, County of Caswell
On this 7th day of November 1832 personally appeared in open Court before James Martin Esq.
Judge of the Superior Court of Law of the County of Caswell and State of North Carolina now Sitting
William Slade a resident of the Said County of Caswell and State of North Carolina aged 74 years on
the 10th day of June last who being first duly Sworn according to law, doth on his oath make the
following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the act of Congress passed June 7th, 1832. That he entered the Service of the United States under the following named officers and Served as herein
Stated. Sometime in the month of March 1779 and this Declarant thinks on the sixth day of March, he
volunteered under Captain Berry Turner of the County of Caswell and State of North Carolina in the
Company or Regiment Commanded by Colonel McDowell & Lieutenant Colonel Tennin and was
marched through the Said State by Salisbury and Charlotte and into the State of South Carolina to a
place on the Saluda River and thence to a place called Horse Creek, and from there by Augusta in
Georgia to a place called Bacon's Bridge and from thence down in the neighborhood of Charleston to
watch the enemy or Cut off their Supplies and Continued until the Time for which this Declarant
Volunteered expired, to wit, three months when he was discharged and returned home, he thinks in the
month of June, he received a written discharge from Colonel McDowell But the Same is now destroyed
and this Declarant thinks it was destroyed Some few years ago when his house was Robbed and his
Valuable papers destroyed. This Declarant Continued at home (Caswell County, North Carolina) until
after the Battle of Camden and when the Enemy under Lord Cornwallis pursued the American Army
under the Command of General Green [sic, Nathanael Greene] through Caswell County and over Dan
River in the State of Virginia – This Declarant volunteered himself and Joined General Greene's Army
in their retreat into Virginia, he thinks it was in the Winter and about the first of the year 1781. He was
put under the Command of a Captain Oldham as well as this Declarant now recollects in the Regiment
Commanded by Colonel William Moore, was with General Greene's Army and under General Butler
[John Butler] when they retreated into Virginia and until they (in their turn after getting reinforcements)
pursued Lord Cornwallis as far as Guilford, where they overtook the enemy, and fought the Battle of
Guilford. This Declarant was in the engagement and fought during the Battle, though his time expired
on the very day of the Battle; after the engagement he applied for and obtained his discharge from
Colonel Moore and returned home, some time in the Spring of the year 1781. The precise day this
Declarant cannot now recollect, nor is he willing to State for it is in possible at this distant day to
remember with any degree of Certainty. This written discharge he also lost at the same time that he lost
his other discharge as spoken of before, he now thinks.
Some time in the Month of August following 1781, this Declarant again Volunteered in a
Company under the Command of Captain Adam Sanders and Lieutenant M. Lea, in the a Regiment
under the Command of Colonel William Moore and Major Dudley Reynolds, were marched, by
Hillsboro and to Fayetteville, and from thence, down to the lower part of the State near Wilmington, in
pursuit of the British and Tories who had just before captured and taken our Governor (Burke) prisoner,
we followed them to a place called the White Marsh where we overtook them and made an attack, But
were Compelled to retreat and were marched, from place to place back again to Fayetteville, and from
thence, a Circuitous route back again to near Wilmington and Was in the neighborhood of Wilmington,
on the Cape Fear River when we heard of the Capture of the Enemy at Yorktown, and fired Several
rounds at the Glorious event's;
     This Declarant Continued with the troops until his time expired & was
then discharged he received his discharge from Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Owen on the 16th day of
November 1781, which discharge he now has in his possession and which is in these words to wit


“Camp Rocky Point-- November 16, 1781
     
“This day Certify, that William Slade, hath
“Compleated his tour of duty in General
“Butler's Brigade S/ Thos Owen, Lt. Col.”
This Declarant returned home and was never afterwards Called into Service.
Thus the whole time which this Declarant Served his Country during the revolutionary War:
nine months as well as he Could state.
I hereby relinquish every Claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present and declare
that my name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any State.
The following interrogatories propounded by the Court to the applicant and answers
1st: When and in what year were you born?
Answer: I was born in Baltimore County in the State of Maryland on the 10th day of June 1758.
2nd Have you any record of you age and if so, where is it?
Answer: I have no record of my age and know it only from what I have always heard to be my age, and
which I have retained in my memory.
3rd Where were you living when called into service? Where have you lived since the Revolutionary War
and where do you now live?
Answer: I was living in the County of Caswell when I was Called into Service. I have lived in said
County ever Since, and I now live in the same County where I expect to live in his long as I do live.
4th How were you called into service; were you drafted; did you volunteer, or were you a substitute and
if so for whom did you substitute?
Answer: I was a volunteer in every Case.
5th State the names of some of the Regular Officers who were with the troops where you served, such
Continental and Militia Regiments as you can recollect and the general circumstances of your service.
Answer: I was with General Greene, General Lincoln, General Butler, Colonel Dixon, Colonel Lytle,
and Captain Lytle and others. I was with Colonel Dixon's Regiment and Colonel Lytle's Regiment of
the regulars, Colonel Moore, Colonel McDowell & others of the Militia. The General Circumstances
of my Services I have in some degree before detailed.
6th Did you ever receive a discharge from the service; and if so by whom was it given; and what has
become of it?
Answer: I received three discharges, two of which I think I lost when my house was broken open & my
papers destroyed. The other I now have in my possession. The first was given by Colonel McDowell,
the Second by Colonel Moore & the last by Colonel Owen. [The original of the discharge signed by Lt. Col. Owen is attached to this answer and would serve as an example of Col. Owen's handwriting.]
7th State the names of persons to whom you are known in your present neighborhood, and who can
testify to your character for veracity and good behavior and your services as a Soldier of the
Revolution.
Answer: I have lived in Caswell County N. C. where I now live for 60 years with the exception of a
year or two in South Carolina about 30 years ago and am known to nearly all the Old man in the
County to any or all of whom I am willing to trust my Character for truth & good behavior. I am
known to General B. Graves [Barzillai Graves], James Rainey & others.
I expect I can prove my Services by or Nathaniel Slade, Elisah Evans, Daniel Merritt & others.
Sworn to and Subscribed the day and year aforesaid.
S/ Jeremiah Graves, Clerk S/ William Slade, Senior, X his mark
We Richard Martin, a Clergyman residing in the County of Caswell and State of North Carolina and
Paul A. Haralson residing in the County and State aforesaid, hereby certify we are well acquainted with
William Slade, who has subscribed & Sworn to the above declaration, that we believe him to be 74
years of age as he states, that he is reputed and believed in the neighborhood where he resides to have
been a Soldier of the revolution and that he we concur in that opinion. Sworn to and Subscribed the
day and year aforesaid.
S/ Jeremiah Graves, Clerk S/ Richard Martin
S/ Paul A. Haralson
State of North Carolina, Caswell County
On this the 1st day of June 1840 personally appeared before the Undersigned one of the Justices
of the Court of pleas and quarter Sessions for the aforesaid County, Martha Slade, a resident of the
aforesaid County aged 76 years, who being first duly sworn according to Law, doth, on her oath, make
the following Declaration, in Order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the act of Congress
passed July 7, 1838 entitled “an act granting half-pay & pensions to certain widows:”
And the Declarant the said Martha Slade sets forth upon her said oath, that she is the widow of
William Slade Senior of the aforesaid County, Deceased, who was an United pensioner, under the Act
of Congress passed the 7th of June, 1832 – That he received an annual stipend of $30 per annum.
That to the best of this Declarant's recollection her husband was allowed a stipend for nine
months or thereabouts as a private Soldier in the Militia.
That said William Slade Senior became a pension or some time in the winter after the passage
of the above pension law (1832).
This Declarant does not remember the names of all the officers she has heard her Deceased
husband speaking of.
But remembers of hearing him speak of General Butler, Colonel Mebane & others.
This Declarant further states upon her said oath that her maiden name was Kerr, and that she
and the aforesaid William Slade Senior (pensioner aforesaid) were married in the County of Caswell
aforesaid by Thomas Rice Esq., some time in the year 1789, to the best of this Declarant's knowledge
& belief.
That she has no record of her marriage. That she has never had any children. That from
infirmity of body is unable to attend Court to make this Declaration.
That her husband the aforesaid William Slade, Senior died some time in the year of 1836, and
believes it was on the 31st day of August of that year; that she was not married to him prior to his
leaving the Service, but the marriage took place previous to the first of January 1794, viz.: at the time
above Stated. See affidavit are A.
[The last page of this declaration is missing from the file.]
[Page 15 of the Footnote.com version of the application contains a certified copy of the marriage bond signed by William and Thomas Slade for William's marriage to Martha Kerr. The bond is dated Dec. 22, 1786.]
[Document marked A is an affidavit of Mary Belsier and Sarah Thompson of Caswell County testifying as to the marriage of Martha Kerr to William Slade.]
State of North Carolina Caswell County: Superior Court of Law November Term 1832
Personally appeared in open Court before the Honorable James Martin, now in Session, Daniel
Merritt, who being duly Sworn, Deposeth and saith that he was a Soldier of the Army of the revolution
and that he well recollects William Slade Senior, That he this affiant was with him and served a tour
with him in the State of South Carolina on the Saluda River, at a place called Bacon's Bridge, at
Augusta in Georgia, and near Charleston in South Carolina, That he was also with the said William
Slade at the Battle of Guilford Court House in North Carolina and that he Served his tour of duty as a
Volunteer. He also knows that he served another Tour of Duty with the said William Slade in the
Lower part of North Carolina and was with him and fought with him at the battle of the White Marsh
near Wilmington, and that he was discharged at a place called Rocky Point, as well as this affiant now
recollects.
Sworn to and Subscribed in open Court 7th Nov. 1832 S/ Daniel Merritt
S/ Jeremiah Graves, C. S. C.
State of North Carolina, Caswell County
This day came Thomas Lea and James M. Lea before me Thomas W. Graves one of the acting
Justices of the peace in & for the County aforesaid and made oath that they was personally acquainted
with William Slade Senior & his wife Martha and that they was married & lived together prior to the
year 1794 as man & wife & always thereafter until the death of said William Slade Senior in 1836 as
such.
Sworn to & subscribed before me Given under my hand at Yanceyville this the 14th of August
1840. S/ James M. Lea
Test: S/ Thomas Leadership
S/ Thos. W. Graves, JP.1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Larry Gene Slade1

b. 21 May 1934, d. 17 August 1988
     Larry Gene Slade was born on May 21, 1934 in Darke County, Ohio.2 He was the son of William Otto Slade and Arietta E. Oswalt.1
     Larry married Pat Noland before June, 1954.1 Divorced January 25, 1967, Darke Co., Ohio.1
     Larry married Sally Ann Louthan after January, 1967.1 Divorced February 14, 1977, Darke County, Ohio.1
     Larry married Lydia Beutler on February 23, 1977 in Ohio.1 Larry Gene Slade died on August 17, 1988 in Greenville Twp, Darke County, Ohio, at age 54.2 He was buried in Greenville Twp Memorial Gardens, Ansonia, Darke County, Ohio.2

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1940Piqua, Miami County, Ohio, 513 West High StreetWilliam Otto Slade3

Children of Larry Gene Slade and Pat Noland

  • Steve Eugene Slade 1
  • Scott Jeffrey Slade 1
  • Sandra Arlene Slade 1

Child of Larry Gene Slade and Sally Ann Louthan

  • Suzanne Slade 1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Larry Gene Slade, Greenville Township Memorial Gardens, Darke Co, Ohio.
  3. [S6315] 1940 US Census of Miami County, Ohio, ED, 55-36, sh 15-B, lines 51-53, fam 398.

Arietta E. Oswalt1

b. 12 March 1909, d. 23 April 1993
     Arietta E. Oswalt was born on March 12, 1909 in Darke County, Ohio.2 She was the daughter of Hollie Blessing Oswalt and Lulu May Fansler.3
     Arietta married William Otto Slade, son of Alfred Leo Slade and Alda Pearl Burkett, on March 3, 1932 in Ohio.4,1 Operated Slade Cleaners & Furriers in Greenville.3 Arietta E. Oswalt died on April 23, 1993 at age 84.1 She was buried in Greenville Twp Memorial Gardens, Ansonia, Darke County, Ohio, in Mausoleum North Side.1

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1940Piqua, Miami County, Ohio, 513 West High StreetWilliam Otto Slade5

Child of Arietta E. Oswalt and William Otto Slade

Citations

  1. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Arietta Oswalt Slade, Greenville Twp Memorial Gardens, Darke Co, Ohio.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com, Arietta Oswalt Slade, Greenville Township Memorial Gardens, Darke Co, Ohio.
  3. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.
  4. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com, William O Slade, Greenville Twp Memorial Gardens, Darke Co, Ohio.
  5. [S6315] 1940 US Census of Miami County, Ohio, ED, 55-36, sh 15-B, lines 51-53, fam 398.

Freida Mae Slade1

b. circa 1918
     Freida Mae Slade was born circa 1918 in Neave Twp, Darke County, Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Alfred Leo Slade and Alda Pearl Burkett.1 In 1920 census, this child is called 'Fred M.', obviously a census-taker's error.1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Lawrence Richard Slade1

b. 24 July 1926, d. 22 May 1979
     Lawrence Richard Slade was born on July 24, 1926 in Neave Twp, Darke County, Ohio.2 He was the son of Alfred Leo Slade and Alda Pearl Burkett.1
     Lawrence married Mildred Maxine Buckingham, daughter of Milton Buckingham and Edna Neisley, on July 21, 1945 in Darke County, Ohio.3,4 Lawrence Richard Slade died on May 22, 1979 at age 523 and was buried in Greenville Union Cemetery, Darke County, Ohio.2 His obituary stated that he resided at 4718 State Route 49 South in Darke Co., Ohio.

Children of Lawrence Richard Slade and Mildred Maxine Buckingham

  • Frederick Duane Slade 1
  • Carolyn Kay Slade 1
  • Roger Keith Slade 1
  • Jerry Lynn Slade 1
  • Rickey Joe Slade 1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Lawrence Richard Slade, Greenville Union Cemetery, Darke Co, Ohio.
  3. [S8] Obituary, , Lawrence Richard Slade, published May, 1979 in the Greenville Advocate.
  4. [S6323] Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-2013, index and images, FamilySearch.org , Lawrence Richard Slade & Mildred Maxine Buckingham, d/o Edma Neisley & Milton Buckingham.

Bertha Slade1

b. 8 July 1910, d. 1974
     Bertha Slade was born on July 8, 1910 in Neave Twp, Darke County, Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Alfred Leo Slade and Alda Pearl Burkett.1
     Bertha married Leon Wirrig on January 14, 1931 in Darke County, Ohio.1 Bertha Slade died in 1974 in Ohio.1 She was buried in Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke County, Ohio.1

Children of Bertha Slade and Leon Wirrig

  • Charles Wirrig 1
  • Herman Wirrig 1
  • Chester Wirrig 1
  • Connie Wirrig 1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Dora Lucille Slade1

b. 7 March 1905
     Dora Lucille Slade was born on March 7, 1905 in Van Buren Twp, Darke County, Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Alfred Leo Slade and Alda Pearl Burkett.1 Listed with father in 1910 Complete Directory of Darke Co, Ohio.1
     Dora married Roy Burk on July 2, 1927 in Darke County, Ohio.1

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1910Van Buren Twp, Darke County, OhioJonas Hamilton Slade2

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.
  2. [S6221] 1910 US Census of Darke County, Ohio, ED 101, sh 11-A, lines 43-48, dwl 235, fam 241.

Susannah Slade1

b. 1751, d. 1817
     Susannah Slade was born in 1751 in My Lady's Manor, Baltimore County, Maryland.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Slade and Hannah Miles.1
     Susannah married Jesse Talbert in 1775 in North Carolina.1 Susannah Slade died in 1817 in Mississippi.1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Rachael Dora Nealeigh1

b. 13 January 1865, d. 16 September 1938
     Rachael Dora Nealeigh went by Dora.2 She was born on January 13, 1865 in Arcanum, Darke County, Ohio.3,1 She was the daughter of Daniel R. Nealeigh and Mary A. Langston.2
     Rachael married John Anderson Slade, son of Alfred Slade and Sarah Ann Hartzell, on February 15, 1885 in Darke County, Ohio.2 Rachael Dora Nealeigh died on September 16, 1938 in Greenville Twp, Darke County, Ohio, at age 73.1 She was buried in Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke County, Ohio.1

Children of Rachael Dora Nealeigh and John Anderson Slade

Citations

  1. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, R Dora Slade, obit, Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke Co, Ohio.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com, R Dora Slade, Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke Co, Ohio.
  3. [S6166] 1900 US Census of Darke County, Ohio, ED 68, sh 12-B, lines 76-78, dwl 249, fam 253.
  4. [S6167] 1920 US Census of Darke County, Ohio, ED 96, sh 3-A, lines 10-12, dwl 47, fam 50.
  5. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Robert Slade1

b. circa 1690, d. before April 1710
     Robert Slade was born circa 1690 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.1 He was the son of William Slade.1 Robert Slade died before April, 1710 in Maryland.1

Child of Robert Slade

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

James H. Barns1

b. 8 August 1864, d. 1938
     James H. Barns was born on August 8, 1864 in Goshen, Indiana.2
     James married Emma J. Slade, daughter of Alfred Slade and Sarah Ann Hartzell, on August 5, 1905 in Darke County, Ohio.3 At time of application for marriage, James gave his residence as Chicago, IL.4 James H. Barns died in 19382 and was buried in Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke County, Ohio.2

Citations

  1. [S6086] Wally Garchow research.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, James H. Barns, Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke Co, Ohio.
  3. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com, Emma J. Slade Barns, Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke Co, Ohio.
  4. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Elias Dawson Slade1

b. circa 1803, d. circa 1872
     Elias Dawson Slade was born on October 4, 1801 in Caswell County, North Carolina.1 He was the son of Ezekiel Slade and Mary Hubbard.2
     Elias married Elizabeth Turner on April 11, 1826 in North Carolina.3,4 Elias Dawson Slade died circa 1872 in North Carolina.1

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1850Caswell County, North CarolinaElias Dawson Slade3
1860Yanceyville, Caswell County, North CarolinaElias Dawson Slade5
1870Dan River Twp, Caswell County, North CarolinaElias Dawson Slade6

Children of Elias Dawson Slade and Elizabeth Turner

Citations

  1. [S6158] Jeannine D. Whitlow, The Heritage of Caswell County North Carolina 1985 Caswell Co Historical Society, 1985), p 478, family 646.
  2. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.
  3. [S6157] 1850 US Census of Caswell County, North Carolina, p 368, lines 10-20, dwl 150, fam 152.
  4. [S6158] Jeannine D. Whitlow, Heritage of Caswell County.
  5. [S6066] 1860 US Census of Caswell County, North Carolina, page 91 [350], lines 31, dwl 712, fam 724.
  6. [S6067] 1870 US Census of Caswell County, North Carolina, page 9, lines 15-19, dwl 64, fam 64.
  7. [S6158] Jeannine D. Whitlow, Heritage of Caswell County, p 479, family 647.

Alda Pearl Burkett1,2

b. 1889, d. 30 May 1959
     Alda Pearl Burkett was born in 1889 in Weaver's Station, Darke County, Ohio.2
     Alda married Alfred Leo Slade, son of Jonas Hamilton Slade and Isabelle D. Dungan, on April 30, 1904 in Darke County, Ohio.3,2 Alda Pearl Burkett died on May 30, 1959 in Greenville Twp, Darke County, Ohio.2 She was buried in Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke County, Ohio.2

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1910Van Buren Twp, Darke County, OhioJonas Hamilton Slade4

Children of Alda Pearl Burkett and Alfred Leo Slade

Citations

  1. [S6283] Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953, index and images, FamilySearch, Alfred Francis Slade, Mar 11, 1917, s/o Alda Pearl Burlatt & Alfred Leo Slade.
  2. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com,, Alda Burkett Slade, Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke Co, Ohio.
  3. [S22] Find a Grave website: www.findagrave.com, Rev. Alfred Leo Slade, Abbottsville Cemetery, Darke Co, Ohio.
  4. [S6221] 1910 US Census of Darke County, Ohio, ED 101, sh 11-A, lines 43-48, dwl 235, fam 241.
  5. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Thomas Slade1

b. 1890, d. 2 February 1893
     Thomas Slade was born in 1890 in Maryland.1 He was the son of William Ralph Slade and Mary Susan Gross.1 Thomas Slade died on February 2, 1893 in Maryland.1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Morgan S. Slade1

b. 1886, d. 13 February 1893
     Morgan S. Slade was born in 1886 in Maryland.1 He was the son of William Ralph Slade and Mary Susan Gross.1 Morgan S. Slade died on February 13, 1893 in Maryland.1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Elizabeth Ann St Clair1

d. circa 1855
     Elizabeth married William Slade, son of Stephen Slade and Elizabeth Jane St Clair, circa 1844 in Maryland.1 Elizabeth Ann St Clair died circa 1855.1

Child of Elizabeth Ann St Clair and William Slade

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

John Digby1

d. before 2 November 1818
     John married Belinda Slade, daughter of Nicholas Slade and Martha "Polly" Amos, on December 1, 1806 in Warren County, Georgia.1 John Digby died before November 2, 1818 in Jasper County, Georgia.1

Children of John Digby and Belinda Slade

  • Lucinda Digby 1
  • Eliza Digby 1
  • Berry T. Digby 1 b. May 5, 1809, d. circa 1871
  • John B. Digby 1 b. December 4, 1815, d. October 4, 1882

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Dorothy Rhea Lacey1

b. 3 June 1908, d. 4 February 1990
     Dorothy Rhea Lacey was born on June 3, 1908 in Greenville Twp, Darke County, Ohio.1
     Dorothy married Dale Robert Slade, son of Percival Slade and Miranda Gerber, on March 2, 1929 in Arcanum, Darke County, Ohio.1 Dorothy Rhea Lacey died on February 4, 1990 in Piqua, Miami County, Ohio, at age 81.1 She was buried in Highland Cem, Miami County, Ohio.1

Children of Dorothy Rhea Lacey and Dale Robert Slade

  • Beverly Ann Slade 1 b. January 18, 1933, d. April 29, 2018
  • Doris Jane Slade 1
  • Marilyn Elaine Slade 1
  • Lawrence Ross Slade 1
  • Norman Lowell Slade 1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.

Dale Robert Slade1

b. 23 September 1905, d. 3 February 1988
     Dale Robert Slade was born on September 23, 1905 in Arcanum, Darke County, Ohio.1 He was the son of Percival Slade and Miranda Gerber.1
     Dale married Dorothy Rhea Lacey on March 2, 1929 in Arcanum, Ohio.1 Dale Robert Slade died on February 3, 1988 in Covington, Miami County, Ohio, at age 82.1 He was buried in Highland Cem, Miami County, Ohio.1

Census Records

CensusLocationHead of Household
1920Areanum, Darke County, Ohio, at 706 West South StreetPercival Slade2

Children of Dale Robert Slade and Dorothy Rhea Lacey

  • Beverly Ann Slade 1 b. January 18, 1933, d. April 29, 2018
  • Doris Jane Slade 1
  • Marilyn Elaine Slade 1
  • Lawrence Ross Slade 1
  • Norman Lowell Slade 1

Citations

  1. [S6112] Researcher notes from John H. Pearce,1929-1998, genealogist of Butler, Maryland.
  2. [S6167] 1920 US Census of Darke County, Ohio, ED 117, sh 3-A, lines 49-50, dwl 70, fam 73 & sh 3-B, lines 51-55.