Mary Frances Anne Slade

(9 October 1835 - 27 September 1892)
     Mary Frances Anne Slade was born on October 9, 1835 in Jones County, Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison.
     Mary married James Abner Bankston, son of Willoughby Slaydon Bankston and Martha J Smith, on January 13, 1853 in Pike County, Georgia.2 Mary died on September 27, 1892 at age 56.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Slade3
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Abner Bankston4
1880Pike County, GeorgiaMary Frances Anne Slade5

Children of Mary Frances Anne Slade and James Abner Bankston

  • Charlotte I. Bankston 6 b. January 1, 1855, d. before July 5, 1917
  • Mary Ann Bankston 7 b. April 13, 1856, d. September 7, 1857
  • Willoughby Braswell Bankston 5 b. March 6, 1858
  • Martha Louda Bankston 6 b. 1860
  • Chloe Caroline Bankston 5 b. April 6, 1862, d. May 3, 1944
  • Eugenia Bankston 5 b. March 19, 1866, d. August 17, 1938
  • Elizabeth Frances Bankston 5 b. May 10, 1868, d. October 11, 1944
  • Louvenia Blanch Bankston 5 b. November 12, 1870, d. June 30, 1917
  • Abner Jones Bankston 5 b. August 13, 1872
  • Samuel Slade Bankston 7 b. 1874, d. October 18, 1879

Citations

  1. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery, 4.9 mi W Barnsville, Lamar Co, GA Photo by Barbara Slade Dayhuff 15 Mar 2003.
  2. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  3. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 294 [stamped 147], line 38, hh 358, fam 358.
  4. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 017, Household 109, family 108.
  5. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, Dist 551, page 51D.
  6. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 017.
  7. [S7570] Family Group Sheet prepared by Kay Stowe.

Abi Slade1

(30 September 1837 - 26 April 1908)
     Abi Slade was born on September 30, 1837 in Jones County, Georgia.2 She was the daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison.
     Abi married James Norman Hall on January 16, 1853 in Pike County, Georgia.3 Abi died on April 26, 1908 at age 70 and was buried in Marshallville Cemetery, Macon County, Georgia.4

Legend has it that Abi was a mid-wife and when to Macon County to help deliver a baby. While there, she died and was buiried in Marshallville. Aparpently, her grave is unmarked, as it has not been found.

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Slade1
1860Pike County, GeorgiaJames Norman Hall5
1870Pike County, GeorgiaJames Norman Hall6
1880Pike County, GeorgiaJames Norman Hall7

Children of Abi Slade and James Norman Hall

  • Henry Samuel Hall 8 b. March 14, 1854, d. 1929
  • James Jefferson Hall 9 b. April 14, 1856, d. October 1, 1857
  • Mary Ann Hall 2 b. August 6, 1858, d. August 2, 1939
  • Joseph Jathnew Hall 2 b. May 26, 1860, d. September 12, 1912
  • Alma Aby Hall 2 b. August 12, 1863
  • Walter Edwin Hall 2 b. February 22, 1865, d. January 14, 1932
  • Fannie Aletha Hall 2 b. October 30, 1868
  • Robert Reid Hall 10 b. December 3, 1870, d. October 29, 1953
  • Homer Warren Hall 2 b. June 23, 1878, d. September 6, 1955

Citations

  1. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 294 [stamped 147], line 38, hh 358, fam 358.
  2. [S7230] Tree Chart of James N. Hall prepared by Edwina Hall Beale, copy given to James L. Slade 14 Jun 2003 by Edwina Ann Hall Beall.
  3. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, page 418.
  4. [S7230] Tree Chart of James N. Hall prepared by Edwina Hall Beale, copy given to James L. Slade 14 Jun 2003 by Edwina Ann Beall.
  5. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, page 5, line 37-40, hh 32, fam 32.
  6. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 154, hh 1113, fam 1123.
  7. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, ED 104, page 3, line 31.
  8. [S7230] Tree Chart of James N. Hall prepared by Edwina Hall Beale, copy given to James L. Slade 14 Jun 2003.
  9. [S7485] Family Group Sheets prepared by Martha McKenzie, Warner Robbins, GA 31088.
  10. [S7221] Edwina Hall Beal letter to Barbara Slade Dayhuff, 30 May 2003.

Samuel G. Slade

(1 March 1840 - 28 February 1880)
     Samuel G. Slade was born on March 1, 1840 in Jones County, Georgia. He was the son of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison.
     Samuel married first Mary Caroline Smith, daughter of Lawrence Smith and Caroline C. Gardner, on September 4, 1859 in Pike County, Georgia.1,2 Samuel was widowed when his wife, Mary, died on July 12, 1860 in Georgia at age 17.3
     Samuel G. fought with the Confederate States Army at in Monocacy, Montgomery County, Maryland, where he was wounded in his leg necessitating amputation. He was captured on July 9, 1864 and was paroled September 21,1864.4 On October 10, 1864 in Pike County, Georgia, Samuel G Slade, A B Vaughn & James W Hall were issued letters of Administration for the will of Samuel Slade.5 On January 4, 1865 Samuel G. Slade was appointed 1st Sergeant and placed on extension of wounded furlough through February 1865.

     Samuel married second Fannie Glenn Coker, daughter of James Coker and Nancy [?], on January 18, 1865 in Georgia.6 Fannie was the widow of M. G. Campbell.6 Fanny died in Nov of 1879 after giving birth approximately 15 days before, and in February of 1880, Samuel committed suicide. Samuel died on February 28, 1880 in Georgia at age 39.7 He was buried in Ebenezer United Methodist Church Cemetery, Lamar County, Georgia.8

     After the death of Fannie & Samuel, James Means, a neighbor and good friend, took in their 4 youngest children to raise. James Means was the son of John Means for whom the town of Meansville was named.9

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Slade10
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Slade11

Children of Samuel G. Slade and Fannie Glenn Coker

Citations

  1. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, 1859, page 102.
  2. [S3433] Southern Christian Advocate Notices 1867-1878 , Volume I: 1837-1860, page 600.
  3. [S7846] South Carolina, Wofford College Library Obituary Index, 1837-2008, http://www.wofford.edu/library/archives/…, Mary Caroline Slade, Jul 12, 1860, v23, #28, p4, c5.
  4. [S7247] The Barnesville [GA] Gazette Newspaper, , August 26, 1886 article about Veteran's Reunion of 5th and 13th Georgia Regiments.
  5. [S7118] Inferior Court Records of Jones County, Georgia.
  6. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA, 1883-1890, p 133, page 188.
  7. [S7116] 1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule Pike County, GA.
  8. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Ebenezer Methodist Church Cemetery, Lamar County, Georgia.
  9. [S7116] 1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule Pike County, GA, info came from Lynn B. Cunningham" <e-mail address.
  10. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 294 [stamped 147], line 38, hh 358, fam 358.
  11. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 017.
  12. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Joseph H Slade.
  13. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Ebernezer Methodist Church Cemetery - From Barnesville, GA
    intersection of Hwy 341 and Hwy 18 go west on Hwy 18 for 4.9 miles to church and cemetery on left of the road.

James Abner Bankston

(15 February 1832 - 9 December 1879)
     James Abner Bankston was born on February 15, 1832 in Taliaferro County, Georgia.1,2 He was the son of Willoughby Slaydon Bankston and Martha J Smith.3
     James married Mary Frances Anne Slade, daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison, on January 13, 1853 in Pike County, Georgia.4 James Abner Bankston was sold land on December 31, 1866. James died on December 9, 1879 in Georgia at age 47 of malarial fever.5 He was buried in Ebenezer United Methodist Church Cemetery, Lamar County, Georgia.6

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Abner Bankston7

Children of James Abner Bankston and Mary Frances Anne Slade

  • Charlotte I. Bankston 1 b. January 1, 1855, d. before July 5, 1917
  • Mary Ann Bankston 2 b. April 13, 1856, d. September 7, 1857
  • Willoughby Braswell Bankston 8 b. March 6, 1858
  • Martha Louda Bankston 1 b. 1860
  • Chloe Caroline Bankston 8 b. April 6, 1862, d. May 3, 1944
  • Eugenia Bankston 8 b. March 19, 1866, d. August 17, 1938
  • Elizabeth Frances Bankston 8 b. May 10, 1868, d. October 11, 1944
  • Louvenia Blanch Bankston 8 b. November 12, 1870, d. June 30, 1917
  • Abner Jones Bankston 8 b. August 13, 1872
  • Samuel Slade Bankston 2 b. 1874, d. October 18, 1879

Citations

  1. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 017.
  2. [S7570] Family Group Sheet prepared by Kay Stowe.
  3. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 017, hh #108, fam 107.
  4. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  5. [S7116] 1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule Pike County, GA, ED 104, p 1, line 17, James A. Bankston.
  6. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, James A. Bankston, Ebernezer Methodist Church Cemetery.
  7. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 017, Household 109, family 108.
  8. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, Dist 551, page 51D.

James Norman Hall

(23 July 1832 - 27 October 1880)
     James Norman Hall was born on July 23, 1832 in North Carolina.1,2
     James married Abi Slade, daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison, on January 16, 1853 in Pike County, Georgia.3 Farmer, real estate value $1,100, personal $1,524. On October 10, 1864 in Pike County, Georgia, Samuel G Slade, A B Vaughn & James W Hall were issued letters of Administration for the will of Samuel Slade.4 James died on October 27, 1880 in Georgia at age 48.5 He was buried in Ebenezer United Methodist Church Cemetery, Lamar County, Georgia.6

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Pike County, GeorgiaJames Norman Hall7
1870Pike County, GeorgiaJames Norman Hall8
1880Pike County, GeorgiaJames Norman Hall9

Children of James Norman Hall and Abi Slade

  • Henry Samuel Hall 10 b. March 14, 1854, d. 1929
  • James Jefferson Hall 5 b. April 14, 1856, d. October 1, 1857
  • Mary Ann Hall 2 b. August 6, 1858, d. August 2, 1939
  • Joseph Jathnew Hall 2 b. May 26, 1860, d. September 12, 1912
  • Alma Aby Hall 2 b. August 12, 1863
  • Walter Edwin Hall 2 b. February 22, 1865, d. January 14, 1932
  • Fannie Aletha Hall 2 b. October 30, 1868
  • Robert Reid Hall 11 b. December 3, 1870, d. October 29, 1953
  • Homer Warren Hall 2 b. June 23, 1878, d. September 6, 1955

Citations

  1. [S7486] 1850 US Census of Monroe County, Georgia, page 55 [28], line 16-19, fam 399.
  2. [S7230] Tree Chart of James N. Hall prepared by Edwina Hall Beale, copy given to James L. Slade 14 Jun 2003 by Edwina Ann Hall Beall.
  3. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, page 418.
  4. [S7118] Inferior Court Records of Jones County, Georgia.
  5. [S7485] Family Group Sheets prepared by Martha McKenzie, Warner Robbins, GA 31088.
  6. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Ebenezer United Methodist Church Cemetery, Lamar Co, GA.
  7. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, page 5, line 37-40, hh 32, fam 32.
  8. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 154, hh 1113, fam 1123.
  9. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, ED 104, page 3, line 31.
  10. [S7230] Tree Chart of James N. Hall prepared by Edwina Hall Beale, copy given to James L. Slade 14 Jun 2003.
  11. [S7221] Edwina Hall Beal letter to Barbara Slade Dayhuff, 30 May 2003.

Fannie Glenn Coker

(1 October 1840 - 16 November 1879)
     Fannie Glenn Coker was born on October 1, 1840 in Georgia. She was the daughter of James Coker and Nancy [?].1 Fannie married first M. G. Campbell who later died.2
     Fannie married second Samuel G. Slade, son of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison, on January 18, 1865 in Pike County, Georgia.3 Fannie died on November 16, 1879 in Georgia at age 39.4 She died of Puerperal fever 15 days after giving birth to a stillborn. The illness, also called "childbed fever" was a common cause of maternal death after childbirth. An infection caused by streptococcal bacteria was spread by unsanitary techniques used at that time.4

     James Means, a neighbor and good friend, took in their 4 children to raise. James Means was the son of John Means for whom the town of Meansville was named.5

Children of Fannie Glenn Coker and Samuel G. Slade

Citations

  1. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Fannie Glenn Coke - Ebernezer Methodist Church Cemetery - 5 mi west of Barnesville,.
  2. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  3. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA, 1883-1890, p 133, page 188.
  4. [S7116] 1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule Pike County, GA.
  5. [S7116] 1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule Pike County, GA, info came from Lynn B. Cunningham" <e-mail address.
  6. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Joseph H Slade.
  7. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Ebernezer Methodist Church Cemetery - From Barnesville, GA
    intersection of Hwy 341 and Hwy 18 go west on Hwy 18 for 4.9 miles to church and cemetery on left of the road.

Elizabeth Matilda Slade

(22 February 1856 - circa 1898)
     Elizabeth Matilda Slade was born on February 22, 1856 in Jones County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Joseph H. Slade and Elizabeth M. Dumas.
     Elizabeth married Thomas Hampton McFadin, son of Thomas M. McFadin and Jane Anderson, after 1870 in Georgia. Elizabeth died circa 1898 in Texas.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Ward 6, Union Parish, LouisianaJoseph H. Slade2
1880Ward 6, Union Parish, LouisianaThomas Hampton McFadin3

Children of Elizabeth Matilda Slade and Thomas Hampton McFadin

  • Eula McFadin 3 b. 1876
  • Carl H. McFadin 3 b. October 30, 1877, d. September 18, 1883
  • Alma Lizzie McFadin 3 b. December 6, 1878, d. October 26, 1884
  • Maggie McFadin 4 b. July, 1882
  • Jerry Owen McFadin 4 b. July 17, 1889
  • Glen E. McFadin 4 b. January, 1890
  • Roy McFadin 4 b. March, 1895

Citations

  1. [S7361] 1900 US Census of Kerr County, Texas, ED 41, sheet 9A, line 19, hh 169, fam 171.
  2. [S7267] 1870 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, Page 1, line 13-22, hh 3, fam 3.
  3. [S7153] 1880 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, 6th Ward, page 450B.
  4. [S7361] 1900 US Census of Kerr County, Texas, ED 111, sheet 9A, line 19, hh 169, fam 171.

Wherry Kolb Slade

(1 March 1860 - 23 December 1931)
     Wherry Kolb Slade was born on March 1, 1860 in Georgia.1 He was the son of Joseph H. Slade and Elizabeth M. Dumas.
     Wherry married Mollie N Moffett on December 15, 1887 in Union Parish, Louisiana.2 Wherry was in the mercantile business for years. He would go to Texas and buy horses and mules and bring them back to sell in Arkansas. He bought considerable land in Arkansas during the depression years for taxes. However, he went into business with another man and they lost it all. Before he retired, he ran a drug store in Little Rock.3 Wherry died on December 23, 1931 at age 71 and was buried in Roselawn Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Ward 6, Union Parish, LouisianaJoseph H. Slade4
1900Ward 6, Union Parish, LouisianaWherry Kolb Slade5
1910Strong, Union County, ArkansasWherry Kolb Slade6
1920Strong, Union County, ArkansasWherry Kolb Slade7

Children of Wherry Kolb Slade and Mollie N Moffett

  • Norma Idelle Slade b. October 21, 1888, d. August 16, 1895
  • Sadie Ione Slade b. May 17, 1892, d. August 3, 1892
  • Ernest Slade b. June 16, 1893, d. November 20, 1893
  • Cottie Ella Slade b. May 22, 1896
  • Joe Slade b. January 13, 1898, d. November 15, 1939
  • Harry Lee Slade+ b. November 26, 1901
  • Infant Slade b. September 28, 1908, d. October 12, 1908

Citations

  1. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, W K Slade, Roselawn Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas.
  2. [S7393] Dorcas Barfield to Bill E. Slade, 1981.
  3. [S7574] Cottie Ella Slade told to Bill E Slade, Jr.
  4. [S7267] 1870 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, Page 1, line 13-22, hh 3, fam 3.
  5. [S7365] 1900 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, Ward 6, ED 125, sheet 1-A, line 17-20, hh 4, fam 4.
  6. [S7389] 1910 US Census of Union County, Arkansas, ED 136, sheet 6-A, line 30-35, hh 82, fam 82.
  7. [S7152] 1920 US Census of Union County Arkansas, ED 160, p1A.

James Jethro Slade

(14 April 1862 - )
     James Jethro Slade was born on April 14, 1862 in Union Parish, Louisiana.1,2 He was the son of Joseph H. Slade and Elizabeth M. Dumas.
     James Jethro Slade married Lucy Ann Montgomery, daughter of William L. Montgomery and Julia Florence Coulter, on December 23, 1882 in Louisiana.3
     James was a farmer nearly all of his life. He made the family home first on the road from Oakland to Marion and later moved into the Montgomery home, his mother-in-law's home, about a mile south of Truxno. He was living there when his older brother, Samuel Joseph, talked him into moving to Amarillo to raise wheat. Sam said they could work the land and whatever they made they could keep. This was about the spring of 1904 because their daughter Pearl recalled her baby brother Bill E. cried on the train all the way out there. As it turned out that year the wheat crop was a failure and the Jim Slade family along with his brothers, Ernest and Jerry and their families, had to make a hasty retreat back to Truxno. The situation was so bad that the sweet potatoes did not come up and they ended up digging them up and eating the slips. Sam loaned them money for the trip home but they did not have enough for train tickets for everyone so the men and older boys rode in the box cars while the women and children rode in the passenger cars. Fortunately, Jim had signed his land over to his brother, Wherry, for safe keeping so he was able to reclaim the place when he returned. Wherry did not get caught up in this since his wife refused to go. Across the road from the Montgomery home there was a clump of prickly pear cactus which was likely brought back as a souvenir of the trip.4
     During the siege of the Spanish flu the whole J. J. Slade family came down with it. The nearby neighbors, Henry Atkins' family, supplied food for them on a pole rigged up between two trees and the most able of the Slade family would retrieve it.5 James died on December 23, 1932 at age 70.6

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Ward 6, Union Parish, LouisianaJoseph H. Slade7
1880Oakland, Union Parish, LouisianaJoseph H. Slade8
1900Ward 2, Union Parish, LouisianaJames Jethro Slade9
1910Union Parish, LouisianaJames Jethro Slade10
1920Union Parish, LouisianaJames Jethro Slade11
1930Ward 6, Union Parish, LouisianaJames Jethro Slade12

Children of James Jethro Slade and Lucy Ann Montgomery

Citations

  1. [S7139] Family Group Sheet prepared by Bill E. Slade, jr,, Information from Narvie Mae Ward Jacks.
  2. [S6939] 1850 US Census of Jones Co, Georgia, Page 437 [218], line 40, hh 598, fam 598.
  3. [S7021] Marriage Records of Union Parish, Louisiana , book 7, pg 98.
  4. [S7195] Notes made by Bill E. Slade, Jr from interviews and his personal research., told by his Aunt Pearl Slade Webb.
  5. [S7195] Notes made by Bill E. Slade, Jr from interviews and his personal research.
  6. [S6937] Union Parish, Louisiana, Succession Book, bk 13, pg 480-481.
  7. [S7267] 1870 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, Page 1, line 13-22, hh 3, fam 3.
  8. [S7153] 1880 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, 6th Ward, page 438.
  9. [S7365] 1900 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, Ward 2, ED 118, sheet 7-B, line 72, hh 107, fam 107.
  10. [S7417] 1910 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, Ward 6, Pct 1, ED 138, sheet 10-B, line 81, hh 170, page 17.
  11. [S7375] 1920 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, ward 6, ED 132, sheet 5-A, lines 25-29, hh 76, fam 81.
  12. [S7223] 1930 US Census of Louisiana, Union Parish, ED 56-13, page 9B, line 32, hh 165, family 166, image 18.

Ernest Emery Slade

(12 February 1867 - 27 November 1933)
     Ernest Emery Slade was born on February 12, 1867 in Oakland, Union Parish, Louisiana.1 He was the son of Joseph H. Slade and Elizabeth M. Dumas.
     Ernest married Hattie Ann Shaver, daughter of Benjamin D. Shaver, on October 10, 1888.1 Ernest Emery Slade was a machinist. He was a bookeeper in a hardware store. Ernest died on November 27, 1933 in Quinton, Leflore County, Oklahoma, at age 66.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Ward 6, Union Parish, LouisianaJoseph H. Slade2
1880Oakland, Union Parish, LouisianaJoseph H. Slade3
1900Magazine, Logan County, ArkansasErnest Emery Slade4
1910Magazine, Logan County, ArkansasErnest Emery Slade5
1920Dillworth, Kay County, OklahomaErnest Emery Slade6
1930Quinton, Pittsburg County, OklahomaErnest Emery Slade7

Children of Ernest Emery Slade and Hattie Ann Shaver

Citations

  1. [S7139] Family Group Sheet prepared by Bill E. Slade, jr,.
  2. [S7267] 1870 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, Page 1, line 13-22, hh 3, fam 3.
  3. [S7153] 1880 US Census of Union Parish, Louisiana, 6th Ward, page 438.
  4. [S7239] 1900 US Census of Logan County, Arkansas, ED 58, sheet 5A, line 25-28, hh 83, fam 84.
  5. [S7513] 1910 US Census of Logan County, Arkansas, ED 52, sheet 7-B, lines 58-60, hh 139, fam 140.
  6. [S7279] 1920 US Census of Kay County, Oklahoma, ED 147, Sheet 4B, line 58-60, hh 96, fam 100.
  7. [S7278] 1930 US Census of Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, ED 61-44, page 14B, line 78, hh 305, fam 306.

Mary Ann Elizabeth Slade1

(1 September 1826 - )
     Mary Ann Elizabeth Slade was born on September 1, 1826 in Jones County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison.
     Mary married Tomlinson F. McCarty on December 7, 1843 in Georgia.2 Her marriage record gives her name as Elizabeth Slade and she is called Elizabeth in 1870 census. Mary Ann Elizabeth Slade witnessed the sale of Samuel Slade on January 30, 1852; sold land to Mary Ann Eliz McCarty of Pike for $5 [daughter].3 Her husband, Thomlinson, apparently died prior to 1870 as Elizabeth and children were listed without him in 1870 census, however, he would have only been age 48 at that time.

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaTomlinson F. McCarty4
1870Cotton Hill, Clay County, GeorgiaMary Ann Elizabeth Slade5
1880Randolph County, GeorgiaMary Ann Elizabeth Slade6

Children of Mary Ann Elizabeth Slade and Tomlinson F. McCarty

  • Martha R. McCarty 4 b. 1845
  • Julia E. McCarty 4 b. 1846
  • Samuel A. McCarty 4 b. 1848
  • Joseph F. McCarty 4 b. 1849
  • Sarah Lavenia McCarty 4 b. 1851
  • James H. McCarty 4 b. 1853
  • William C. McCarty 4 b. 1855
  • Charles W. McCarty 4 b. 1857
  • Mary P. McCarty 4 b. 1859
  • Thomas A. McCarty 4 b. May, 1860
  • Richard McCarty b. circa 1861
  • Albert McCarty 5 b. circa 1865
  • John McCarty 5 b. circa 1867

Citations

  1. [S7726] 1870 US Census of Clay County, Georgia, page 47, lines 5-15.
  2. [S7022] Marriage records of Jones Co, GA 1843-1859 , bk C, pg, p35, Dec 7, 1843, Tomlinson F. McCarty and Mary A E Slade Dec 4, 1843.
  3. [S7188] Miscellaneous Records Book, Pike County Courthouse, Georgia , Deed book K, page 2.
  4. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 15.
  5. [S7726] 1870 US Census of Clay County, Georgia, page 47, lines 5-15, dwl 408, fam 390.
  6. [S7727] 1880 US Census of Randolph County, Georgia, ED 60, pg 41, lines, dwl 236, fam 266.

Charlotte A. Slade

(3 March 1828 - )
     Charlotte A. Slade was born on March 3, 1828 in Jones County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison.
     Charlotte married Albert Bell Vaughn on July 3, 1845 in Georgia.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaAlbert Bell Vaughn2
1880Marietta, Cobb County, GeorgiaAlbert Bell Vaughn3

Children of Charlotte A. Slade and Albert Bell Vaughn

  • William S. Vaughn 4 b. 1846
  • Joseph I. Vaughn 4 b. 1849
  • Albert Bell Vaughn Jr. 4,5 b. March 3, 1851
  • John Caldwell Vaughn 4 b. September 22, 1853, d. October 18, 1936
  • James T. Vaughn 4 b. 1855
  • Eugenia L. Vaughn 4 b. 1858
  • Robert T. Vaughn 4 b. 1860
  • Mary A Vaughn 6 b. 1869

Citations

  1. [S7022] Marriage records of Jones Co, GA 1843-1859 , bk C, pg.
  2. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 1, family 1, household 1.
  3. [S7231] 1880 US Census of Cobb County, Georgia.
  4. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA.
  5. [S7558] Lillian Clark Manuscript Collection MS-50 in Troup Co, GA Archives, Series IV: Genealogy, Box 1, folder 1, Albert Bell Vaughn, Feb 26, 1930.
  6. [S7231] 1880 US Census of Cobb County, Georgia, Marietta, page 191 B.

Sarah Jane Slade

(26 November 1830 - 19 July 1898)
     Sarah Jane Slade was born on November 26, 1830 in Jones County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison.
     Sarah married George T. McDaniel, son of Jacob McDaniel Jr. and Martha Phelps, on March 7, 1850 in Pike County, Georgia.1 The Pike County Minute Book states: "Mrs. George B. McDaniel received salt in 1864 as a widow of a deceased soldier."2 Sarah died on July 19, 1898 at age 67.

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Slade3
1860Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaGeorge T. McDaniel4
1870Pike County, GeorgiaSarah Jane Slade5

Children of Sarah Jane Slade and George T. McDaniel

  • William H McDaniel 6 b. 1851
  • Martha C McDaniel 6 b. 1853
  • Samuel Jacob McDaniel 6 b. 1854
  • Thomas A. McDaniel 6 b. 1856
  • Robert Harrison McDaniel 6 b. January, 1856, d. June 5, 1914
  • Charlotte N McDaniel 7 b. 1860, d. January 31, 1931
  • Caroline McDaniel 5 b. 1862
  • George T. McDaniel Jr. 5 b. 1865

Citations

  1. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, Marriages from 1822-1850.
  2. [S7188] Miscellaneous Records Book, Pike County Courthouse, Georgia.
  3. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 294 [stamped 147], line 38, hh 358, fam 358.
  4. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Page 1, lines 22-29, hh 4, fam 4.
  5. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 146, line 39-40,and page 147, lines 1-7, hh 1058, fam 1066.
  6. [S7227] Research and Family Group Sheets by Margie Hammack McDaniel.
  7. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Page 1, lines 22-29.

Jethro Slade

(circa 1769 - before 1810)
     Jethro Slade was likely born circa 1769 in Virginia He was first listed on the 1790 Southampton County tax roll which would indicate that he had just reached 21 years old.1 He was the son of Samuel Slade and Mary [?]. Three of Jethro's brothers were on the Southampton tax roll earlier than Jethro, so we conclude that he was the youngest of the four sons named in Samuel's 1789 Southampton County will.2

     Jethro married Mary Harris on July 21, 1792 in Southampton County, Virginia; Jethro's brother, Samuel Slade Jr, was listed as surety and Samuel Kello was a witness for their marriage bond.3,4 Jethro purchased the 100 acre messuage plantation in Virginia on August 15, 1795, witnesses were his brother, William Slade, along with William Raiford and Shadrak Johnson.5 Jethro appeared on the tax roll in Nottoway Parish, Southampton County, Virginia, from 1796 to 1807 being taxed for the 100 Acres at 7 shillings, 8 pence rate.6 The lack of the 1800 census for Virginia residents prevents us from using that as a guide to determine the make up of families during this period.
     About 1800, Georgia began opening Indian lands for settlement and created a land lottery system as a way to distribute the Indian lands and to attract new settlers. Jethro undoubtedly saw that as a great opportunity. The Fall Line Road was the major overland migration route from Colonial Virginia to Georgia. The route followed the natural fall line and passed west of Southampton County going through North Carolina and South Carolina into Augusta, Georgia. The road continued through Georgia, passing near the town of Macon. If Jethro traveled overland, it is likely that he followed this route because he first appeared in Washington County, Georgia, not far from Macon. However, it was also possible that Jethro made his journey by water as there were ships transporting passengers from Virginia along the coast to the Georgia. Jethro and his family could have left Southampton County traveling down the Nottoway and Chowan Rivers to Albemarle Sound where a ship could take them to Savannah. From there, they could easily find passage up the Altamaha and Oconee Rivers into Washington County. Elizabeth Drewry's will dated Oct 18, 1802 leaves her 8 daughters, including Sarah Slade [wife of Joshua], each 1/8th of the remainder of her estate. The will is witnessed by Jethro Slade, Elijah Hasty and Jacob Bradshaw.7
     Evidence indicates that Jethro and his family were in Georgia by 1802. The rules for the 1805 Georgia Lottery required that a participant be a resident of Georgia for 12 months prior to May 11, 1803, have a wife and/or child or children, at least one of the children being under age of 21 years, and be a citizen of the United States in order to be eligible for two draws. Jethro is recorded as drawing two blanks in the 1805 lottery. The blanks indicating that he would not win any land. Fortunately, a list of losers in the 1805 Georgia lottery was retained by the Georgia Archives. Jethro apparently retained ownership of his land in Southampton County, Virginia just in case he did not succeed in Georgia and wanted to return. There was no record found of the sale and his name continued to appear on the Southampton tax rolls until 1807, very likely being signed as proxy for him by one of his brothers.8
     Jethro apparently died before 1810 in Georgia, before he could return to Virginia. Family tradition is that he was buried in Washington County. In 1931, James William Slade, a great-grandson of Jethro, wrote to Helen Prescott that he had gone to the cemetery to verify the grave site of Jethro and his wife. J. W. wrote that he was 73 at the time and was living in Sandersville. This compiler found a copy of this letter in Helen Prescott Papers. In March, 2003, Barbara and Hal Dayhuff made a comprehensive ground search of cemeteries in Washington County near Sandersville, but found no clues as to the actual burial location for Jethro or his wife Mary.9,10

Note: Records from the 1820 Georgia Land Lottery indicate that the Orphans of Jethro Slade drew successfully in that lottery. The land they won was in Early County, Georgia, however a search of the deed records of Early County 1819-1840 found no evidence that the property was ever owned by anyone who might be the Slade orphans or their descendants. It was common that winners often sold their land to speculators for a modest profit without ever seeing the property. That is possibly what happened in this instance. We were not able to identify any of the actual names of the orphans of Jethro Slade, so it is not known whether Simon, Samuel, William or Harris were among the orphans referred to in the 1820 lottery or not.11

Children of Jethro Slade and Mary Harris

Citations

  1. [S7099] Southampton County, Virginia Land Tax Book 1782-1784, 1792, 1794-1809, viewed on LDS microfilm roll #.
  2. [S7100] Wills and Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, abstracted by Blanche Adams Chapman 1947, 1947, Will of Samuel Slade in Will Book 4, part 1, page 389 & 390, Southampton Co. Courthouse, Courtland, VA.
  3. [S7710] Southampton County, Virginia Marriage Registry 1750-1853, page 83/729.
  4. [S7020] Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Southampton County, Virginia 1750-1810 compiled & published by Catherine Lindsay Knorr [Courtland, VA Library].
  5. [S7111] Deed Record Books at Southampton County Courthouse, VA.
  6. [S7099] Southampton County, Virginia Land Tax Book 1782-1784, 1792, 1794-1809, Positive reel 307.
  7. [S7100] Wills and Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, Will Bk 5,1797-1804, pg 358, Elizabeth Drewry's will.
  8. [S7117] Virginia & Ralph Wood, 1805 Georgia Land Lottery Index Cambridge, MA: Greenwood Press, 1964), 316, oage 316, draw #1893, B B [two blanks].
  9. [S7196] Letter dated 1931 from James William Slade to Helen Prescott found amoung Prescott Papers, verified gravesites at cemetery.
  10. [S6951] Helen Prescott, Helen Prescott Papers, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Libr, Chapel Hill, NC.
  11. [S7511] Silas Emmett Lucas Jr, The Third or 1820 Land Lottery of Georgia Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, 1986).

Simon Slade

(circa 1795 - )
     Simon Slade was born circa 1795 in Virginia [please see note below regarding birth].1,2,3 He was the son of Jethro Slade and Mary Harris. Simon Slade enlisted as a private in Captain James Saffeld's Company of Georgia Militia on November 24, 1814 in Clinton, Jones County, Georgia, and served until the 6th day of May, 1815.4 He first appeared on the tax roll in 1816 in Captain Hansford's Militia District, Jones County, Georgia.5 In 1818, Simon and his brother Samuel, were both recorded as polls with no land on the tax roll of Jones County, GA, in Captain Hansford's Militia District.6 Simon appeared on the 1820 tax roll of Jones County as a poll with no land.7 On May 17, 1824 Simon purchased land in Pike County from Aaron H. McFarlin.8
     Simon Slade married first Martha Finney on May 19, 1829 in Pike County, Georgia.9,10 Simon drew Lot #1038 in Section 1, District 14 of Georgia's 1832 Gold Lottery.11 Simon Slade was sold land deed lot 39 to John B Sisson on November 26, 1835. In 1837 Simon Slade applied for "letters of dismission" from duties of guardian of Martha Finney, orphan. [We assume this is the same Martha to whom he was married]12
     Simon married second Matilda Rickerson, daughter of Jesse Ricketson and Polly Merritt, on January 4, 1838 in Georgia.13 On April 13, 1848 Samuel sold by deed 101+ acres to W P Tyler & 100 acres to Martha W Redding in Georgia.8 Matilda's sister, Bathsheba Rickerson was living with Simon's family at the time of the 1850 census. Matilda died May 15, 1950.
     Simon married third Holland Barrett, daughter of William Barrett and Mary James, on July 10, 1850 in Georgia.14 Simon sold several tracts of land in Pike County 1852-1859. Simon Slade was sold land 10ac to J R Ansley; in 1855. He was sold land 1?ac to Selvaniah Culpepper in 1857. He was sold land 101.25ac to John Lifsey on January 31, 1857. He was sold land 50ac to James M Slade in 1861. He was sold land 50ac to Prudence & D Slade in 1863. He was sold land 1/2#5-9d to Prudence Slade; 1827 L#140, Jones Co, in 1868. He was sold land 1/2#28-9d to Thos J Barret in 1868. Simon died on May 13, 1869 in Georgia.15

Note: Conflicting information about the date and place of birth for Simon and his twin brother Samuel have caused confusion for many researchers. Simon's obituary, printed in the Southern Christian Advocate states that Simon was born 1792 in Virginia and was the twin to Samuel Slade. US Census of Pike County for both 1850 and 1860 indicate that Simon was born 1795 in North Carolina, similarly, the same census records show his twin Samuel was also born 1795 in Virginia. Simon first appeared on the tax roll in 1816, signifying he had then reached age of 21, supporting the 1795 birth year. The Pike County History Book 1822-1989 gives Simon's birth as May 11, 1792 in Enfield, North Carolina, but we have found no evidence that would support either that date or place. We have searched numerous county records in North Carolina, including Halifax County, where Enfield is located, but found no evidence that any Slade family was in that area during the time span that Simon could have been born. Marriage records of Southampton County, Virginia show that their parents, Mary Harris and Jethro Slade were married in that county on July 12, 1792 making the May 11, 1792 birth date questionable. Tax and other records indicate that their father Jethro did not leave Southampton County, Virginia until after 1800, making the North Carolina birth location unlikely. The evidence leads us to conclude that Simon and Samuel were born in Virginia, not North Carolina, about 1795, not 1792.16,17,3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade1
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade2

Children of Simon Slade and Matilda Rickerson

Children of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett

Citations

  1. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Dist 68, p 260 [131], lines 3-8, hh 112, fam 112, [Ancestry image #16].
  2. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Zebulon Township, page 25, lines 31-38, hh 169, fam 169.
  3. [S3433] Southern Christian Advocate Notices 1867-1878 , pg 4, column 6, 2nd entry.
  4. [S7613] Military Records of Simon Slade at National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC, photo copy in possession of James L. Slade Oct 3, 2008.
  5. [S7119] Tax Digest 1811-1820 Jones County, Georgia, 1816 Tax Digest.
  6. [S7119] Tax Digest 1811-1820 Jones County, Georgia, Samuel and Simon Slade appear as polls with no land in 1818 Tax Digest of Jones County, GA, in Captain Hansford's District.
  7. [S7119] Tax Digest 1811-1820 Jones County, Georgia.
  8. [S7546] Deed Records of Pike County, Georgia.
  9. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, 1829, page 80.
  10. [S7648] Slade-Finney Family Bible (.
  11. [S7113] Mary Bondurant Warren, Alphabetical Index to Georgia's 1832 Gold Lottery Winners Danielsville, GA 30633: Heritage Papers, 1981), page 204.
  12. [S7122] The Macon [GA] Telegraph Newspaper Abstracts compiled by Mary Bondurant Warren, : Heritage Papers, 1993), Monday, November 27, 1837, Vol 12, No. 9.
  13. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA, 1883-1890, p 133, 1838, page 162.
  14. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA, 1883-1890, p 133, 1875, page 123.
  15. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Tombstone inscription at Fincher Cemetery.
  16. [S7020] Marriage Bonds & Ministers' Returns of Southampton County, Virginia 1750-1810 compiled & published by Catherine Lindsay Knorr [Courtland, VA Library].
  17. [S7083] History of Pike County, Georgia 1822-1989, Vol I.

Holland Barrett

(8 November 1818 - 19 August 1898)
     Holland Barrett was born on November 8, 1818 in Georgia.1,2 She was the daughter of William Barrett and Mary James.3,4
     Holland married Simon Slade, son of Jethro Slade and Mary Harris, on July 10, 1850 in Pike County, Georgia.5 Holland Slade was listed as a Georgia Pensioner in Pike County by reason of being a widow of soldier in War of 1812 [Certif # 26,140].6 Holland died on August 17, 1898 at age 79.2 She was buried in Fincher Memorial Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.7

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaWilliam Barrett8
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade9
1870Pike County, GeorgiaHolland Barrett10
1880District 581, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Simon Slade11

Children of Holland Barrett and Simon Slade

Citations

  1. [S7080] Family Group Sheets and letter Mar 3, 1998 from H. Phil Storey, 2069 Lake Francis Road, NE, Dalton, GA 30721-7602.
  2. [S6952] Fincher Cemetery Tombstone Pike Co, GA verified 3 May 1969 by Jack Morgan,, Died August 17, 1898, age 79 on stone.
  3. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, p 124, Ancestry image 5.
  4. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia.
  5. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, 1875, page 123.
  6. [S3439] Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly on line , Vol 006, page 0290, also Vol 015, page 0191.
  7. [S6952] Fincher Cemetery Tombstone Pike Co, Georgia.
  8. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 124, [Ancestry image 4 of 210], line 8, hh 23, fam 23.
  9. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Zebulon Township, page 25, lines 31-38, hh 169, fam 169.
  10. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p138 pencil], image 138, hh 995, fam 1003, line 10.
  11. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, National Archives Film T9-0161 Page 159C.

Harris Slade

(circa 1799 - 7 June 1853)
     Harris Slade was born circa 1799 in Virginia.1,2 He was the son of Jethro Slade and Mary Harris. Harris Slade married Elizabeth A. Davis on January 10, 1821 in Jones County, Georgia.3
     It is likely that he removed to Talbot County soon after 1827, when that county was first opened for settlement. Harris Slade appears in Talbot County Superior Court Records March 1829 term in a case titled Moses Harris, indorser vs Harris Slade, maker assignment for plaintiff.4 Harris Slade served as a 2nd Lieutenantin the Georgia militia in Talbot County, Georgia, between February 12, 1834 and January 1, 1835.5 He was sold land in 1836. He purchased land & slaves from R. A. Hall on August 1, 1840 in Georgia.6 He purchased 150 acres of land from Wm B. Wallace in Georgia on November 13, 1843.6 Harris died on June 7, 1853 in Georgia.3 The location of his burial site has not been found.

Note: Harris has not been found in the 1850 census, therefore, the date and place of his birth had to be estimated based upon other evidence. He served as juror and also first appeared on a Georgia tax roll in 1820 indicating he had reached age of 21. This agrees with his age limits as estimated from 1830 & 1840 census. No record indicating a location where he was born has been found, but his parents were in Southampton County, Virginia during the time period when he was born.2,1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1830Talbot County, GeorgiaHarris Slade7
1840Talbot County, GeorgiaHarris Slade8

Children of Harris Slade and Elizabeth A. Davis

Citations

  1. [S7118] Inferior Court Records of Jones County, Georgia, LDS film 0454255 read 8 Sep 2000 in Salt Lake City.
  2. [S7119] Tax Digest 1811-1820 Jones County, Georgia.
  3. [S7313] Harris Slade Family Bible publ 1830 by H & E Phinney, Cooperstown, New York, currently in possession of Mr & Mrs Harvey E. Slade, Jr of Ringgold, GA.
  4. [S7565] Superior Court Records of Talbot County, Georgia, March 1829 term.
  5. [S7201] Margo Belle Fletcher McBride research sent to James L Slade, Georgia Militia Records 1829-1841, pg. 60.
  6. [S7489] Talbot County, Georgia Deed Books,.
  7. [S7222] 1830 US Census of Georgia, Talbot County, GA, page 346.
  8. [S7166] 1840 US Census of Georgia, Talbot County, p 232.
  9. [S7310] Descendancy Chart of Wm Jethro Slade prepared by Robert Hatcher e-mail address, February 24, 2005.

William Slade

(circa 1797 - before 12 January 1844)
     William Slade was born about 1897, very likely in Virginia; because that is where his parents were at the time. The date being estimated from siblings birth and other events. He was the son of Jethro Slade and Mary Harris.
     William married Elephair Humphrie Fish circa 1829 in Walton County, Georgia.1 William died before January 12, 1844.2 Family tradition is that William Slade was buried in Slade Cemetery, Washington County, Georgia, although no record nor stone has been found.3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1830Washington County, GeorgiaWilliam Slade4
1840Washington County, GeorgiaWilliam Slade5

Children of William Slade and Elephair Humphrie Fish

Citations

  1. [S6951] Helen Prescott, Helen Prescott Papers, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Libr, Chapel Hill, NC.
  2. [S7200] Records from Washington County Courthouse, GA, Letters & Testaments, Book A, pg 280, Wm Slade, deceased.
  3. [S6971] Family Group Sheets, letters and personal knowledge from Edward Andrew Slade, Eufaula, Alabama.,.
  4. [S7222] 1830 US Census of Georgia, age 30-40, ref 4:239, #8.
  5. [S7166] 1840 US Census of Georgia, Washington Co, District 97, p 232.

Martha Finney

(24 November 1788 - )
     Martha Finney was born on November 24, 1788.1,2
     Martha married Simon Slade, son of Jethro Slade and Mary Harris, on May 19, 1829 in Pike County, Georgia.3,2 She is the daughter of Arthur Finney.4

Citations

  1. [S6941] Simon Slade Family Bible (.
  2. [S7648] Slade-Finney Family Bible (.
  3. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, 1829, page 80.
  4. [S7642] Pike County, Georgia, Probate Court Records, Mar 6, 1830 Inferior Court of Ordinary, Letters of Guardianship be granted to Simon Slade of the person & property of Martha Finney orphan of Arthur Finney deceased.

Matilda Rickerson

(1805 - 15 May 1850)
     Matilda Rickerson was born in 1805 in North Carolina Both of her parents were also born in North Carolina.1 She was the daughter of Jesse Ricketson and Polly Merritt.
     Matilda married Simon Slade, son of Jethro Slade and Mary Harris, on January 4, 1838 in Pike County, Georgia.2 Matilda died on May 15, 1850 in Georgia.

Children of Matilda Rickerson and Simon Slade

Citations

  1. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, p 130, Ancestry Image 17.
  2. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, 1838, page 162.

Elephair Humphrie Fish

(1811 - after 1864)
     Elephair Humphrie Fish was born in 1811 in North Carolina.1 Her given name is found in various records spelled as Alephair, Elefair or Elliephare.2
     Elephair married William Slade, son of Jethro Slade and Mary Harris, circa 1829 in Walton County, Georgia.3 The 1850 census noted that she owned 5 slaves. According to a local history book, Elliephare [sic] Humphrie Fish Slade owned a plantation in Washington County, GA before the civil war.
     Elephair married second Adam Jones on September 4, 1859. Elephair died after 1864. She was buried in Slade Cemetery, Washington County, Georgia.

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850Division 91, Washington County, GeorgiaElephair Humphrie Fish4

Children of Elephair Humphrie Fish and William Slade

Citations

  1. [S7165] 1850 US Census of Washington County, Georgia, 91st Div, p 208 B, hh 71, fam 71.
  2. [S7200] Records from Washington County Courthouse, GA, Letters & Testaments, Book A, pg 319, Louisa Slade, deceased, Alaphair Slade, Admin.
  3. [S6951] Helen Prescott, Helen Prescott Papers, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Libr, Chapel Hill, NC.
  4. [S7165] 1850 US Census of Washington County, Georgia, 91st Div, p 208 B, hh 71, fam 71, line 2.

Tomlinson F. McCarty

(1822 - 1868)
     Tomlinson F. McCarty was born in 1822 in Georgia.1
     Tomlinson married Mary Ann Elizabeth Slade, daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison, on December 7, 1843 in Jones County, Georgia.2 Tomlinson F. McCarty apparently died in 1868.3 He was buried in Ebenezer United Methodist Church Cemetery, Lamar County, Georgia.3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaTomlinson F. McCarty4

Children of Tomlinson F. McCarty and Mary Ann Elizabeth Slade

  • Martha R. McCarty 4 b. 1845
  • Julia E. McCarty 4 b. 1846
  • Samuel A. McCarty 4 b. 1848
  • Joseph F. McCarty 4 b. 1849
  • Sarah Lavenia McCarty 5 b. 1851
  • James H. McCarty 4 b. 1853
  • William C. McCarty 4 b. 1855
  • Charles W. McCarty 4 b. 1857
  • Mary P. McCarty 4 b. 1859
  • Thomas A. McCarty 4 b. May, 1860
  • Richard McCarty 6 b. circa 1861
  • Richard McCarty 6 b. circa 1861
  • Albert McCarty 7 b. circa 1865
  • John McCarty 7 b. circa 1867

Citations

  1. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA.
  2. [S7022] Marriage records of Jones Co, GA 1843-1859 , bk C, pg, p35, Dec 7, 1843, Tomlinson F. McCarty and Mary A E Slade Dec 4, 1843.
  3. [S9] https://www.findagrave.com/,, Rev Thomas F McCarty, tombstone, Ebenezer UMChurch Cemetery, Lamar Co, Georgia.
  4. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 15.
  5. [S9] https://www.findagrave.com/, Sarah Lavenia McCarty Clark, tombstone, Ebenezer UMChurch Cemetery, Lamar Co, Georgia.
  6. [S7726] 1870 US Census of Clay County, Georgia, page 47, lines 5-15.
  7. [S7726] 1870 US Census of Clay County, Georgia, page 47, lines 5-15, dwl 408, fam 390.

Albert Bell Vaughn

(March 1819 - 2 October 1896)
     Albert Bell Vaughn was born in March, 1819 in Virginia.1
     Albert married Charlotte A. Slade, daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison, on July 3, 1845 in Jones County, Georgia.2 Albert Bell Vaughn was Minister of the Gospel.3 He was a farmer with real estate valued $2,400 and $13,035 personal property [indicating slaves]. On October 10, 1864 in Pike County, Georgia, Samuel G Slade, A B Vaughn & James W Hall were issued letters of Administration for the will of Samuel Slade.4 Albert died on October 2, 1896 in Cobb County, Georgia, at age 77.5

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaAlbert Bell Vaughn6
1880Marietta, Cobb County, GeorgiaAlbert Bell Vaughn7

Children of Albert Bell Vaughn and Charlotte A. Slade

  • William S. Vaughn 3 b. 1846
  • Joseph I. Vaughn 3 b. 1849
  • Albert Bell Vaughn Jr. 3,8 b. March 3, 1851
  • John Caldwell Vaughn 3 b. September 22, 1853, d. October 18, 1936
  • James T. Vaughn 3 b. 1855
  • Eugenia L. Vaughn 3 b. 1858
  • Robert T. Vaughn 3 b. 1860
  • Mary A Vaughn 9 b. 1869

Citations

  1. [S8] Obituary, , published in Christian Index 15 Oct 1896.
  2. [S7022] Marriage records of Jones Co, GA 1843-1859 , bk C, pg.
  3. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA.
  4. [S7118] Inferior Court Records of Jones County, Georgia.
  5. [S8] Obituary, Rev. A. B. Vaughan, Sr, published in Christian Index 15 Oct 1896.
  6. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 1, family 1, household 1.
  7. [S7231] 1880 US Census of Cobb County, Georgia.
  8. [S7558] Lillian Clark Manuscript Collection MS-50 in Troup Co, GA Archives, Series IV: Genealogy, Box 1, folder 1, Albert Bell Vaughn, Feb 26, 1930.
  9. [S7231] 1880 US Census of Cobb County, Georgia, Marietta, page 191 B.

George T. McDaniel1

(22 December 1830 - 26 July 1864)
     George T. McDaniel was born on December 22, 1830 in Georgia.2,1 He was the son of Jacob McDaniel Jr. and Martha Phelps.3
     George married Sarah Jane Slade, daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison, on March 7, 1850 in Pike County, Georgia.4 George died on July 26, 1864 in Georgia at age 33 of typhoid and pneumonia contracted while in Confederate service.5 He was buried in Ebenezer United Methodist Church Cemetery, Lamar County, Georgia.6

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Slade7
1860Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaGeorge T. McDaniel2

Children of George T. McDaniel and Sarah Jane Slade

  • William H McDaniel 1 b. 1851
  • Martha C McDaniel 1 b. 1853
  • Samuel Jacob McDaniel 1 b. 1854
  • Thomas A. McDaniel 1 b. 1856
  • Robert Harrison McDaniel 1 b. January, 1856, d. June 5, 1914
  • Charlotte N McDaniel 8 b. 1860, d. January 31, 1931
  • Caroline McDaniel 9 b. 1862
  • George T. McDaniel Jr. 9 b. 1865

Citations

  1. [S7227] Research and Family Group Sheets by Margie Hammack McDaniel.
  2. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Page 1, lines 22-29, hh 4, fam 4.
  3. [S7464] Trish.
  4. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, Marriages from 1822-1850.
  5. [S7578] Lynn Cunningham.
  6. [S7154] Lamar County GA Cemetery Records, unknown publish date.
  7. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 294 [stamped 147], line 38, hh 358, fam 358.
  8. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Page 1, lines 22-29.
  9. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 146, line 39-40,and page 147, lines 1-7, hh 1058, fam 1066.