Thomas Jefferson Barrett1

(27 February 1831 - 30 March 1900)
     Thomas Jefferson Barrett was born on February 27, 1831 in Pike County, Georgia.2 He was the son of William Barrett and Mary James.3
     Thomas married Minerva Ann Slade, daughter of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison, on November 7, 1850 in Georgia.4
     Thomas married second Frances Emma Taylor circa 1884.2 Thomas died on March 24, 1900 at age 69 and was buried in Fincher Memorial Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.5

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaWilliam Barrett6
1860Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaThomas Jefferson Barrett7
1870McDowell Township, Pike County, GeorgiaThomas Jefferson Barrett8
1880McDowell Township, Pike County, GeorgiaThomas Jefferson Barrett9

Children of Thomas Jefferson Barrett and Minerva Ann Slade

Citations

  1. [S7083] History of Pike County, Georgia 1822-1989, Vol I, page 348.
  2. [S7083] History of Pike County, Georgia 1822-1889, Vol I, p 348.
  3. [S7083] History of Pike County, Georgia 1822-1889, Vol I, p 246.
  4. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  5. [S6952] Fincher Cemetery Tombstone Pike Co, GA verified 3 May 1969 by Jack Morgan,.
  6. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 124, [Ancestry image 4 of 210], line 8, hh 23, fam 23.
  7. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, page 34, line 18, hh 237, fam 235.
  8. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, page 144, line 7, hh 1038, fam 1046.
  9. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, pg 155A.

Augustus B. Cammack1

(1836 - 29 November 1889)
     Augustus B. Cammack was born in 1836 in Alabama his father was born in Indiana and his mother born in Georgia.2 He was the son of Joseph Addison Cammack and Angelina Eiland.3
     Augustus married Lucy Ann Slade, daughter of Joseph H. Slade and Elizabeth M. Dumas, circa 1864 in Arkansas. Augustus died on November 29, 18894 and was buried in Bosqueville Cemetery, Bosqueville, McLennan County, Texas.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Johnson Twp, Union County, ArkansasAngelina Eiland3
1870Hamburg, Ashley County, ArkansasAugustus B. Cammack5
1880Waco, McLennen County, TexasAugustus B. Cammack2

Children of Augustus B. Cammack and Lucy Ann Slade

  • Joseph C. Cammack 2 b. 1865
  • Oscar Cammack 6 b. January, 1866
  • William A. Cammack 2 b. January 27, 1866, d. January 13, 1917
  • Milton B. Cammack 2 b. January, 1869
  • Virgil Eiland Cammack 2 b. July, 1872

Citations

  1. [S7368] 1870 US Census of Ashley County, Arkansas, Hamburg, Union Twp, Page 9, line 7, hh 79, fam 79.
  2. [S7366] 1880 US Census of McLennan County, Texas, page 174 B.
  3. [S7849] 1860 US Census of Union County, Arkansas, pg 14, lines 30-36, dwl 87, fam 87.
  4. [S22] https://www.findagrave.com/,, Augustus B Cammack, Bosqueville Cemetery, McLennan Co, TX.
  5. [S7368] 1870 US Census of Ashley County, Arkansas, Hamburg, Union Twp, Page 9, line 7, hh 69, fam 69.
  6. [S7367] 1900 US Census of McLennan County, Texas, ED 84, sheet 23-B, line 69, single, hired hand.

Florence Mary Burke

(4 August 1850 - 20 July 1899)
     Florence Mary Burke was born on August 4, 1850 in Arkansas.1,2 She was the daughter of Gideon H. Burke and Adeliza Cammack.3
     Florence Mary Burke married William Little Slade, son of Joseph H. Slade and Elizabeth M. Dumas, on December 19, 1867 in El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas. Florence died on July 20, 1899 in Union County, Arkansas, at age 48.2 She was buried in Champagnolle Cemetery, El Dorado, Union County, Arkansas.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Johnson Twp, Union County, ArkansasWilliam Little Slade4

Children of Florence Mary Burke and William Little Slade

Citations

  1. [S7302] 1880 US Census of Union County, Arkansas.
  2. [S22] https://www.findagrave.com/,, Florence Mary Burk Slade, Champagnolle Cemetery, Union Co, Arkansas.
  3. [S7259] John and Margaret Purtle Cammack - Their Descendants and Connecting Lines. Cecil C. Cammack, Tyler, TX1983.
  4. [S7302] 1880 US Census of Union County, Arkansas, ED 271, pg 22-B, lines 38-45, dwl 176, fam 180.

Samuel Slade

(14 June 1723 - 1790)
     Samuel Slade was born on June 14, 1723 in Charles Parish, York County, Virginia.1 He was the son of Joshua Slade and Mary [?].2 Samuel Slade was baptized on August 10, 1723 in Charles Parish, Virginia.1 Court order instructing Samuel Slade to pay Elias Love 50 pounds tobacco for serving as witness against Benjamin Brittain.3 Samuel Slade married Mary [?], as indicated in his will; Although a marriage record has never been found, it would have been about 1745-1755, based on the approximate birth years of their sons.4 On March 11, 1762 Samuel and Lewis Joyner appraised the Estate of John Denson in Southampton County, Virginia.5 Samuel appraised the Estate of Hodges Council, Jr. with Giles Joyner and William Joyner as witnesses on September 9, 1762 in Virginia.6
     Samuel would have been the right age to have participated in the Revolutionary War, but no evidence has yet been found that he did. Samuel Slade was shown on the 1783 & 1784 tax rolls of Nottoway Parish, Southampton County, Virginia, with 155 Acres, taxed at the rate of 7 shillings 7 pence per acre for a total £58.15.5 He lived near Indian Creek and west of the Great Swamp.7
     Samuel Slade made his will on November 21, 1789 and it was filed for probate in Southampton County on October 14, 1790, indicating that Samuel died sometime prior to that date.8 Samuel's will named his wife Mary, four sons, Samuel Jr., Joshua, William and Jethro, as well as mentioning 7 younger children who were not named. The un-named children have not been further identified. Therefore, they are not included in the list below of the children of Samuel and Mary. It is possible that the Mary Slade who married Thomas Grizzard on April 2, 1791 in Southampton County, was one of those younger children. Mary Grizzard also appeared in settlement of accounts of Samuel Slade [Jr] in January, 1815. No further evidence confirming this family relationship has been found.

A transcription of Samuel Slade's 1789 will can be seen here.

Children of Samuel Slade and Mary [?]

Citations

  1. [S7189] Landon C. Bell, Charles River Parish, York County, Virginia History and Registers; Births 1648-1789, Deaths 1665-1787 Richmond, VA: Virginia State Library Board, 1932).
  2. [S7189] Landon C. Bell, Charles River Parish, York County, Virginia History and Registers, pgs 178 & 246.
  3. [S7848] York County, Virginia Court Records, JO (1) 52 335, microfilm viewed at Rockefeller Library by Christine McLynn.
  4. [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.
  5. [S7100] Wills and Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, page 446.
  6. [S7100] Wills and Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, page 525.
  7. [S7099] Southampton County, Virginia Land Tax Book 1782-1784, 1792, 1794-1809.
  8. [S7572] Will of Samuel Slade dated November 24, 1789 recorded at the courthouse Southampton County, Virginia, Will Book # 4, Pages 389-390.
  9. [S7710] Southampton County, Virginia Marriage Registry 1750-1853, Marr Bk 1, Mary Slade & Thomas Grizzard, Apr 2, 1791, Samuel Slade, Jr, security & witness.

Mary [?]

(between 1720 and 1735 - circa 1799)
     There is little known about Samuel's wife, Mary, other than her name is mentioned in his will, and after his death, she was named in some property and tax records in Southampton County. It is possible that she was daughter of Elias Love, who left part of his estate to his friend, Samuel Slade.1 She was likely born some time between 1720 and 1735 in Virginia. Mary [?] married Samuel Slade, son of Joshua Slade and Mary [?], as indicated in his will; Although a marriage record has never been found, it would have been about 1745-1755, based on the approximate birth years of their sons.1 Mary Slade appears on the tax roll in Nottoway Parish, Southampton County, Virginia, from 1795 through 1800, listing the 77.5 acres she inherited from her husband's estate. She did not appear on the tax roll in 1801, but her son Joshua increased his acreage that was taxed by 77.5 acres. This indicates that Mary likely died during the prior year and Joshua received the second part of the inherited land in accordance with his father's will.2

Children of Mary [?] and Samuel Slade

Citations

  1. [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.
  2. [S7099] Southampton County, Virginia Land Tax Book 1782-1784, 1792, 1794-1809.
  3. [S7710] Southampton County, Virginia Marriage Registry 1750-1853, Marr Bk 1, Mary Slade & Thomas Grizzard, Apr 2, 1791, Samuel Slade, Jr, security & witness.

Joshua Slade

(between 1751 and 1761 - before 12 July 1823)
     1 Joshua Slade was the son of Samuel Slade and Mary [?]. [We estimate his parents were married about 1750 and he was born about 1751] Joshua was born before 1761 as he was listed on the 1782 tax roll of Southampton County, Virginia indicating he was at least 21 years old at that time. The 1810 Southampton census list his household with one male over 45, supporting this birth assumption.
     Joshua married Sarah Drewry.
     The Southampton County tax roll of 1795 lists Joshua with 77.5 acres of land. This appears to be the first half of the 155 acres that he inherited from his father. Joshua continues reporting the same taxable land each year until 1801, when his land holding doubles to 155 acres. This indicates that his mother likely died the previous year and he then acquired her half of the land in accordance with his father's will.2 Joshua & wife Sarah sold 33 acres to Amos Gardner for 32 pounds. Property bordered Jacob Joyner and Amos Gardner. Witnesses: James Gardner, John Davis, Benjamin Vick.3 On February 15, 1802 Samuel Slade, Jr. & wife Lettise sold 105 acres in Southampton County to Joshua Slade for $150. Land bordered John Crichlow, Elias Hale, Henry Love, and Joshua's existing property. Witnesses: Nicholas Brister, James Gardner, Lemmy Council. The deed indicates that Samuel, Jr. lived in Nasemond County, Virginia, Upper Parish, at that time.2,3 The 1815 Directory of Virgina Land Owners list Joshua Slade, 8E, Southampton County.4 Joshua & wife Sally sold 77.5 acres to James Cotton for $232.50. Land bordered John Blythe, Amos Drake, Henry Davis, Patience Jenkins. Witnesses: John C. Gray, William Ricks, William Exum.5 Joshua Slade died before July 12, 1823 as his will was probated on July 12, 1823.6,7

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1810Southampton County, VirginiaJoshua Slade8

Children of Joshua Slade and Sarah Drewry

  • Rebecca Slade
  • Miles Slade+ b. circa 1792
  • Phoebe Slade 9 b. circa 1794, d. March 10, 1878
  • Amos Slade b. circa 1797, d. December, 1819

Citations

  1. [S7099] Southampton County, Virginia Land Tax Book 1782-1784, 1792, 1794-1809, 1782 tax roll 1m>45.
  2. [S7099] Southampton County, Virginia Land Tax Book 1782-1784, 1792, 1794-1809.
  3. [S7111] Deed Record Books at Southampton County Courthouse, VA.
  4. [S7835] Roger G Ward, 1815 Directory of Virginia Land Owners, Southampton County , page 29, Slade, Joshua = 8E.
  5. [S7111] Deed Records of Southampton, VA, Deed Book 17, Pages 302-304.
  6. [S6940] Inventory of the estate of Joshua Slade 12 Jul 1823., 12 Jul 1823.
  7. [S7100] Wills and Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, abstracted by Blanche Adams Chapman 1947, 1947, July 12, 1823 Inventory & Probate of Joshua Slade's estate.
  8. [S7516] 1810 US Census of Southampton County, Virginia.
  9. [S7126] Will of Joshua Slade [Slate], Northampton County, Virginia, 1822.

William Slade

(circa 1764 - )
     William Slade was born circa 1764 as he first appeared on the 1785 tax roll in Southampton County.1,2 He was the son of Samuel Slade and Mary [?]. William Slade William appeared on the tax rolls of Southampton County, Virginia from 1785 until 1801.2,1 William Slade received a payment from the estate of Charles Briggs about Dec 15,1802. This is the last record we have found mentioning William Slade.3

Citations

  1. [S7099] Southampton County, Virginia Land Tax Book 1782-1784, 1792, 1794-1809.
  2. [S7128] Florene Speakman Love & Netti Schreiner-Yantis, The 1787 Census of Virginia Springfield, Virginia: Genealogical Books in Print, , Page 1144.
  3. [S7100] Wills and Administrations of Southampton County, VA 1749-1800, abstracted by Blanche Adams Chapman 1947, 1947, will bk 5, pg 398, Estate of Charles Briggs.

James Madison Slade

(27 January 1839 - 7 November 1921)
     James Madison Slade was born on January 27, 1839 in Pike County, Georgia.1,2 He was the son of Simon Slade and Matilda Rickerson.
     James married Pelatiah Winifred Vaughn, daughter of William H. Vaughn and Frances H. [?], on September 15, 1859 in Georgia.3
     James Madison Slade was He served as a 1st Lieutenant in the 27th Georgia Infantry, Confederate States Army.1 He was sold land sold 50ac #27 9th dist to WHC Slade on August 31, 1866. He was sold land sold 50ac #5 9th dist to John Lifsey on September 16, 1871. James died on November 7, 1921 in Georgia at age 82.1,4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade5
1860Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade6
1870Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade7
1880District 592, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade8
1900Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade9
1920Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade10

Children of James Madison Slade and Pelatiah Winifred Vaughn

Citations

  1. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Eastview Cemetery, Zebulon, Pike Co, GA Photo by Barbara Slade Dayhuff 15 Mar 2003.
  2. [S5437] Georgia Archives Virtual Vault http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/, Death Certificate for J M Slade b 27 Jan 1839 d 7 Nov 1921.
  3. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, 1859 page 112.
  4. [S5437] Georgia Archives Virtual Vault http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/, J. M. Slade - Death Certificates, Vital Records, Public Health, RG 26-5-95.
  5. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Dist 68, p 260 [131], lines 3-8, hh 112, fam 112, [Ancestry image #16].
  6. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 23, line 13, hh 149, fam 149.
  7. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p137 pencil], image 137, hh 987, fam 995, line 12.
  8. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, p 74B.
  9. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 86, sheet 7-A, lines 15-19.
  10. [S7168] 1920 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 162, sh 4B, hh 61, fam 71.

Pelatiah Winifred Vaughn1

(5 March 1839 - 13 September 1916)
     Pelatiah Winifred Vaughn was born on March 5, 1839 in Georgia.1 She was the daughter of William H. Vaughn and Frances H. [?]2,3
     Pelatiah married James Madison Slade, son of Simon Slade and Matilda Rickerson, on September 15, 1859 in Pike County, Georgia.4
     Mrs. James M. Slade received salt in 1863 and 1864 as a wife of a soldier in service.5 Pelatiah died on September 13, 1916 at age 77.6 She was buried in East View Cemetery, Zebulon, Pike County, Georgia.1,6

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaWilliam H. Vaughn2
1860Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade7
1870Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade8
1880District 592, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade9
1900Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade10

Children of Pelatiah Winifred Vaughn and James Madison Slade

Citations

  1. [S7155] East View Cemetery Records online USGenWeb Pike Co, GA,.
  2. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, pg 136, [pg 271 pencil], hh 189, fam 189, line 3.
  3. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia.
  4. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, 1859 page 112.
  5. [S7188] Miscellaneous Records Book, Pike County Courthouse, Georgia.
  6. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Eastview Cemetery, Zebulon, Pike Co, GA Photo by Barbara Slade Dayhuff 15 Mar 2003.
  7. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 23, line 13, hh 149, fam 149.
  8. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p137 pencil], image 137, hh 987, fam 995, line 12.
  9. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, p 74B.
  10. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 86, sheet 7-A, lines 15-19.

Jesse James Slade

(23 April 1868 - 28 May 1937)
     Jesse James Slade was born on April 23, 1868 in Pike County, Georgia.1 He was the son of James Madison Slade and Pelatiah Winifred Vaughn.
     Jesse married Leila Lifsey, daughter of Benjamine Alexander Lifsey and Martha A. F. Carter, on June 11, 1891 in Georgia.2 In addition to their own children, they raised Mary Lena Powell, daughter of his sister, Minnie Olinza Powell. Mary Lena went by the surname Slade, although she was never legally adopted.1 He served as Mayor of Zebulon in 1925 and 1926.3 In 1935, he was serving as Postmaster of Zebulon.4 Jesse died on May 28, 1937 at age 69.5

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade6
1880District 592, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Madison Slade7
1900Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJesse James Slade8
1910Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJesse James Slade9
1920Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJesse James Slade10

Children of Jesse James Slade and Leila Lifsey

Citations

  1. [S6948] "Thelma Powell papers, copies of pages sent from Bill E Slade, 11/29/89"; . Hereinafter cited as "Thelma Powell papers."
  2. [S7198] Newspaper article, , Pike County Journal Zebulon, GA., Friday, June 12, 1891, transcribed by Lynn Cunningham.
  3. [S7083] History of Pike County, Georgia 1822-1989, Vol I, p 198.
  4. [S7083] History of Pike County, Georgia 1822-1889, Vol I, p 212.
  5. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Eastview Cemetery, Zebulon, Pike Co, GA Photo by Barbara Slade Dayhuff 15 Mar 2003.
  6. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p137 pencil], image 137, hh 987, fam 995, line 12.
  7. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, p 74B.
  8. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 85, sh 3-B, fam 63.
  9. [S7185] 1910 US Census of Pike County, Georgia.
  10. [S7168] 1920 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 162, sh 4 A, hh 51, fam 57, line 48.

Jesse Wayman Slade

(30 September 1902 - 2 September 1972)
     Jesse Wayman Slade was born on September 30, 1902 in Pike County, Georgia.1,2 He was the son of Jesse James Slade and Leila Lifsey.
     Jesse married Inez Hill.3 Jesse Wayman Slade died on September 2, 1972 in Thomaston, Upson County, Georgia, at age 69.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1920Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJesse James Slade4
1930Jacksonville, Duval County, FloridaJesse Wayman Slade5

Citations

  1. [S6971] Family Group Sheets, letters and personal knowledge from Edward Andrew Slade, Eufaula, Alabama.,.
  2. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Eastview Cemetery, Zebulon, Pike Co, GA Photo by Barbara Slade Dayhuff 15 Mar 2003.
  3. [S7213] Barbara Slade Dayhuff research and personal knowledge, January 21, 2003.
  4. [S7168] 1920 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 162, sh 4 A, hh 51, fam 57, line 48.
  5. [S7357] 1930 US Census of Duval County, Florida, ED 16-18, sheet 16-A, line 11, hh 323, fam 358, lodger.

William Harrison Slade

(14 September 1840 - 20 August 1901)
     William Harrison Slade was born on September 14, 1840 in Lifsey Springs, Pike County, Georgia.1,2 He was the son of Simon Slade and Matilda Rickerson.
     William married Prudence Emily Brooks, daughter of Thomas Jefferson Brooks and Emily Prudence Story, on November 29, 1860 in Zebulon, Pike County, Georgia.3      William bought 50 acres, lot #27, 9th District, Pike County, Georgia from his brother, James Madison Slade, on December 15, 1870 and deeded 50 acres of lot #5-9d to John Lifsey that same year.4 William died on August 20, 1901 in Zebulon, Georgia, at age 60.1,2 He was buried in Midway UM Church Cemetery, Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade5
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade6
1880Atkins District 1066, Spalding County, GeorgiaWilliam Harrison Slade7
1900Atkins District, Spalding County, GeorgiaWilliam Harrison Slade8

Children of William Harrison Slade and Prudence Emily Brooks

Citations

  1. [S6941] Simon Slade Family Bible (.
  2. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, W. H. Slade, Midway Church Cemetery, Griffin, Georgia.
  3. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  4. [S7188] Miscellaneous Records Book, Pike County Courthouse, Georgia , Pike County Deed Book.
  5. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Dist 68, p 260 [131], lines 3-8, hh 112, fam 112, [Ancestry image #16].
  6. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Zebulon Township, page 25, lines 31-38, hh 169, fam 169.
  7. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 116, page 15, lines 35-42, hh 129, fam 137.
  8. [S7319] 1900 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 92, sheet 10-B, lines 73-77, hh 183, fam 185.
  9. [S7319] 1900 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 92, sheet 10B, lines 73-77, hh 183, fam 185.

Joseph W. B. R. Slade

(19 February 1842 - 17 August 1864)
     Joseph W. B. R. Slade was born on February 19, 1842 in Pike County, Georgia. He was the son of Simon Slade and Matilda Rickerson. Joseph died on August 17, 1864 in Winchester, Winchester City County, Virginia, at age 22 killed in battle of Civil War near Winchester, VA.1 Private Slade was honored posthumously by the Upson County Veterans at a Veterans Reunion in Thomaston on August 25, 1886.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1850District 68, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade3
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade4

Citations

  1. [S6951] Helen Prescott, Helen Prescott Papers, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Libr, Chapel Hill, NC.
  2. [S7247] The Barnesville [GA] Gazette Newspaper, , August 26, 1886 article about Veteran's Reunion of 5th and 13th Georgia Regiments.
  3. [S7123] 1850 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Dist 68, p 260 [131], lines 3-8, hh 112, fam 112, [Ancestry image #16].
  4. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Zebulon Township, page 25, lines 31-38, hh 169, fam 169.

Thomas Jefferson Slade

(9 June 1851 - 2 September 1892)
     Thomas Jefferson Slade was born on June 9, 1851 in Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.1 He was the son of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett. Thomas married Nancy J Storey, daughter of Enoch M Storey and Mary Elizabeth Hagan, on February 7, 1872 in Pike County, Georgia.2 Thomas J Slade served as the Sheriff of Pike County and was accidently killed in the line of duty. The Pike County Journal chronicled the incident on August 19, 1892:
      Zebulon and all Pike county was thrown into wild excitement and gloom Monday morning over the accidental shooting of Sheriff T. J. Slade by J. S. Sullivan, our town Marshall. The said accident occurred on Dr. Crawley's place near Orchard Hill in this county Monday morning at three o'clock, where the sheriff had gone in company with Jack Sullivan, John Ferguson and a Mr. Taylor to capture Walt Graham, who is wanted here for the murder of his brother. They went to a swamp on Dr. Crawley's place where it was understood the man was hiding and separated to look for him, Slade and Ferguson entering the swamp and Sullivan and Taylor remaining on the opposite side to watch. Slade and Ferguson walked around over the swamp awhile and lay down under some bushes listening. They scarcely had concealed themselves before Sullivan and Taylor, in wandering around came in contact with them, each mistaking the other for the man whom they were hunting. Taylor seeing Slade's and Ferguson's pistols, snapped a Winchester rifle at them, but, fortunately it failed to fire. Slade and Ferguson were in the act of shooting when the other two men turned running for fear of being killed. As they turned to run, Sullivan threw his pistol awkwardly back and fired two shots in quick succession, one of the balls taking effect in Slade's head an inch or two from his left ear and taking a downward course. Several minutes had passed after the shooting before the developments of this horrible affair come to the knowledge of the posse. Mr. Slade was placed in a buggy and brought to Zebulon where he remained unconscious for nearly two days, though resting some easier. Drs. Head and Clark were called to his bedside and did all in their power to save his life. Dr. Westmorland of Atlanta was telegraphed for and came down on the 6 o'clock train Monday afternoon. He pronounced the wound as serious as possible not to have resulted in immediate death. About one-third of the ball was extracted which had fractured the skull bone in a frightful manner. Sheriff Slade has made an excellent officer and a more popular man can't be found in the county.
     The newspaper ran a follow up story on September 3: Last week we stated that Sheriff Slade was weaker than ever and that his condition was growing worse. A small hope was still left, however, and to this his dear ones clung. All that medical attention and careful nursing could do was done, but last night the little spark of life went out about 3:30 o'clock. Tom Slade was a true man in every relation of life and his death was a great loss to our county as well as to his family.3
     Thomas Jefferson Slade died on September 2, 1892 in Georgia at age 41.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade4
1870Pike County, GeorgiaHolland Barrett5
1880District 581, Pike County, GeorgiaThomas Jefferson Slade6

Children of Thomas Jefferson Slade and Nancy J Storey

Citations

  1. [S6971] Family Group Sheets, letters and personal knowledge from Edward Andrew Slade, Eufaula, Alabama.,.
  2. [S7214] Edward Andrew Slade compiled Family Group Sheets & letters.
  3. [S7240] The Pike County Journal Newspaper, August 19 and September 2, 1892.
  4. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Zebulon Township, page 25, lines 31-38, hh 169, fam 169.
  5. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p138 pencil], image 138, hh 995, fam 1003, line 10.
  6. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, page 5, ED 107, hh 53, fam 53.

Nancy J Storey1

(11 August 1853 - 9 June 1941)
     Nancy J Storey was born on August 11, 1853 in Pike County, Georgia.2 She was the daughter of Enoch M Storey and Mary Elizabeth Hagan.
     Nancy married Thomas Jefferson Slade, son of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett, on February 7, 1872 in Georgia.2 Nancy died on June 9, 1941 at age 87.3 She was buried in Fincher Memorial Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade5
1880District 581, Pike County, GeorgiaThomas Jefferson Slade6
1900Eppinger District, Pike County, GeorgiaNancy J Storey7
1910Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaAzmon Alexander Howell8
1920Agency Street, Roberta, Crawford County, GeorgiaAlbert Ezra Whittle9
1930Bradenton, Manatee County, FloridaAzmon Alexander Howell10
1940Edgefield, Edgefield County, South Carolina, at 421 Columbia RoadArthur Lee Slade11

Children of Nancy J Storey and Thomas Jefferson Slade

Citations

  1. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 86, sheet 6.
  2. [S7214] Edward Andrew Slade compiled Family Group Sheets & letters.
  3. [S6971] Family Group Sheets, letters and personal knowledge from Edward Andrew Slade, Eufaula, Alabama.,.
  4. [S6952] Fincher Cemetery Tombstone Pike Co, GA verified 3 May 1969 by Jack Morgan,.
  5. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Zebulon Township, page 25, lines 31-38, hh 169, fam 169.
  6. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, page 5, ED 107, hh 53, fam 53.
  7. [S7082] 1900 GA Pike Co, Eplinger District, ED 86, sheet 6-B, line 56-62, hh 107, fam 108.
  8. [S7185] 1910 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 111, page 1A, hh 4, fam 4, line 10.
  9. [S7453] 1920 US Census of Crawford County, Georgia, ED 79, sheet 2-A, lines 6-12, hh 25, fam 25.
  10. [S7509] 1930 US Census Manatee County, Florida.
  11. [S7781] 1940 US Census of Edgefield County, South Carolina, ED 19-11, sh 1-B, lines 68-70, fam 23.

Mary Rebekah Slade

(20 November 1852 - 3 January 1931)
     Mary Rebekah Slade was born on November 20, 1852 in Pike County, Georgia.1,2 She was the daughter of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett.
     Mary married Colson T. Moreland on July 23, 1876 in Georgia.3 Mary died on January 3, 1931 at age 78 and was buried on January 10, 1931 in Fincher Memorial Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Pike County, GeorgiaHolland Barrett5
1880Pike County, GeorgiaColson T. Moreland6
1900Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaMary Rebekah Slade2
1910Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaMary Rebekah Slade7

Child of Mary Rebekah Slade and Colson T. Moreland

  • Sara Esther Moreland 7 b. August, 1881, d. October 30, 1957

Citations

  1. [S6971] Family Group Sheets, letters and personal knowledge from Edward Andrew Slade, Eufaula, Alabama.,.
  2. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 88, sheet 3-B, lines 80-81, hh 63, fam 69.
  3. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  4. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Fincher Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.
  5. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p138 pencil], image 138, hh 995, fam 1003, line 10.
  6. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, page 164.
  7. [S7185] 1910 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 111, page 1-A, lines 33-34, hh 7, fam 7.

Colson T. Moreland

(1832 - 29 September 1892)
     Colson T. Moreland was born in 1832 in Georgia His father was born in Virginia and his mother in Georgia.1
     Colson married Mary Rebekah Slade, daughter of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett, on July 23, 1876 in Pike County, Georgia.2 Colson died on September 29, 1892 and was buried in Fincher Memorial Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Pike County, GeorgiaColson T. Moreland4

Child of Colson T. Moreland and Mary Rebekah Slade

  • Sara Esther Moreland 5 b. August, 1881, d. October 30, 1957

Citations

  1. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia.
  2. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  3. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Fincher Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.
  4. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, page 164.
  5. [S7185] 1910 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 111, page 1-A, lines 33-34, hh 7, fam 7.

Sarah Caroline Slade1

(17 January 1854 - 16 August 1943)
     Sarah Caroline Slade was born on January 17, 1854 in Pike County, Georgia.2 She was the daughter of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett.
     Sarah married Robert H. Smoot on November 27, 1887.3 Sarah died on August 16, 1943 at age 89.2 She was buried in Fincher Memorial Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade4
1870Pike County, GeorgiaHolland Barrett5
1880District 581, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Simon Slade6
1900Eppinger District, Pike County, GeorgiaSarah Caroline Slade7
1910Eppinger District, Pike County, GeorgiaSarah Caroline Slade8
1930Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, at 570 Dunn StreetMinnie Olenda Smoot9

Children of Sarah Caroline Slade and Robert H. Smoot

  • Harriett H. Smoot b. October 28, 1888, d. June 1, 1954
  • Minnie Olenda Smoot 7 b. September 18, 1891, d. October 26, 1952

Citations

  1. [S7213] Barbara Slade Dayhuff research and personal knowledge, January 21, 2003.
  2. [S6952] Fincher Cemetery Tombstone Pike Co, GA verified 3 May 1969 by Jack Morgan,.
  3. [S7639] Marian Dean.
  4. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Zebulon Township, page 25, lines 31-38, hh 169, fam 169.
  5. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p138 pencil], image 138, hh 995, fam 1003, line 10.
  6. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, National Archives Film T9-0161 Page 159C.
  7. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 86, sheet 7-A, lines 20-22.
  8. [S7185] 1910 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 112, sheet 6-B, lines 50-52, hh 101, fam 103.
  9. [S7350] 1930 US Census of Fulton County, Georgia, ED 61-105, sheet 6-A, lines 6-11, hh 23b, fam 63.

Samuel Simon Slade1

(1 August 1859 - 24 July 1914)
     Samuel Simon Slade was born on August 1, 1859 in Pike County, Georgia.2 He was the son of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett.
     Samuel Simon Slade married Martha Ann Storey, daughter of Enoch M Storey and Mary Elizabeth Hagan, circa 1878.3 Samuel died on July 24, 1914 in Meansville, Pike County, Georgia, at age 54.4 He was buried in Fincher Memorial Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.5

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSimon Slade6
1870Pike County, GeorgiaHolland Barrett7
1880District 581, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Simon Slade8
1900Eppinger District, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Simon Slade9
1910Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Simon Slade10

Children of Samuel Simon Slade and Martha Ann Storey

Citations

  1. [S7213] Barbara Slade Dayhuff research and personal knowledge, January 21, 2003.
  2. [S7121] Family Group Sheet dated 23 Sep 2000 by Larry Baker, son of Patricia Adelaide Slade Baker.
  3. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  4. [S7080] Family Group Sheets and letter 3 Mar 1998 from H. Phil Storey, 2069 Lake Francis Road, NE, Dalton, GA 30721-7602.
  5. [S6952] Fincher Cemetery Tombstone Pike Co, GA verified 3 May 1969 by Jack Morgan,.
  6. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, Zebulon Township, page 25, lines 31-38, hh 169, fam 169.
  7. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p138 pencil], image 138, hh 995, fam 1003, line 10.
  8. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, National Archives Film T9-0161 Page 159C.
  9. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 86; sheet 3, hh 48, fam 49, line 39.
  10. [S7185] 1910 US Census of Pike County, Georgia.

Elizabeth B. Slade

(4 April 1861 - circa 1871)
     Elizabeth B. Slade was born on April 4, 1861 in Pike County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett. Elizabeth died circa 1871 in Georgia.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Pike County, GeorgiaHolland Barrett2

Citations

  1. [S7121] Family Group Sheet dated 23 Sep 2000 by Larry Baker, son of Patricia Adelaide Slade Baker.
  2. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p138 pencil], image 138, hh 995, fam 1003, line 10.

Joseph Wesley Slade

(13 May 1865 - 24 June 1924)
     Joseph Wesley Slade was born on May 13, 1865 in Pike County, Georgia.1 He was the son of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett.
     Joseph married first Leola Mangham on March 16, 1890 in Georgia.2
     Joseph married second Leonora Reeves in Georgia.3 Joseph Wesley Slade was Sawmill owner & farmer. Joseph died on June 24, 1924 in Fulton County, Georgia, at age 59.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1870Pike County, GeorgiaHolland Barrett4
1880District 581, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Simon Slade5
1900Eppinger District, Pike County, GeorgiaJoseph Wesley Slade6
1910Talbotton, Talbot County, GeorgiaJoseph Wesley Slade7
1920Talbotton, Talbot County, Georgia, on Belview StreetJoseph Wesley Slade8

Children of Joseph Wesley Slade and Leola Mangham

Children of Joseph Wesley Slade and Leonora Reeves

Citations

  1. [S6953] William H Davidson, Rockaway in Talbot; a history book about Talbot Co, GA , vol I, pg 220.
  2. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  3. [S7203] Joseph Collier Slade, Columbus, GA 31906 letter to James L Slade, 31 Jan 2003.
  4. [S7175] 1870 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, Page 182, [ p138 pencil], image 138, hh 995, fam 1003, line 10.
  5. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, National Archives Film T9-0161 Page 159C.
  6. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 86, sheet 7A, [172].
  7. [S7186] 1910 US Census of Talbot County, Georgia, ED 121, p 4.
  8. [S7204] 1920 US Census of Talbot County, Georgia, ED 122, page 11 B.

Leola Mangham

(15 June 1871 - )
     Leola Mangham was born on June 15, 1871 in Pike County, Georgia.1
     Leola married Joseph Wesley Slade, son of Simon Slade and Holland Barrett, on March 16, 1890 in Georgia.2 Leola died on September 22, 1898 at age 27 Slade-Finney Bible gives the date as Sep 24, 18981 and was buried in Fincher Memorial Cemetery, Meansville, Pike County, Georgia.1

Children of Leola Mangham and Joseph Wesley Slade

Citations

  1. [S6952] Fincher Cemetery Tombstone Pike Co, GA verified 3 May 1969 by Jack Morgan,.
  2. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.

Prudence Emily Brooks

(20 October 1842 - 10 October 1920)
     Prudence Emily Brooks was born on October 20, 1842 in Pike County, Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Jefferson Brooks and Emily Prudence Story.
     Prudence married William Harrison Slade, son of Simon Slade and Matilda Rickerson, on November 29, 1860 in Zebulon, Pike County, Georgia.2 Prudence died on October 10, 1920 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, at age 77.1 She was buried in Midway UM Church Cemetery, Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia.1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
185042nd District, Henry County, GeorgiaThomas Jefferson Brooks3
1880Atkins District 1066, Spalding County, GeorgiaWilliam Harrison Slade4
1900Atkins District, Spalding County, GeorgiaWilliam Harrison Slade5

Children of Prudence Emily Brooks and William Harrison Slade

Citations

  1. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Prudence E. Brooks Slade, Midway Church Cemetery, Griffin, Georgia.
  2. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  3. [S7425] 1850 US Census of Henry County, Georgia, 42nd District, lines 9-15, hh 492, fam 492.
  4. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 116, page 15, lines 35-42, hh 129, fam 137.
  5. [S7319] 1900 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 92, sheet 10-B, lines 73-77, hh 183, fam 185.
  6. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Oak Hill Cemetery Griffin, Spalding Co, GA, picture 4-17-2003 by Barbara Slade Dayhuff.

Joseph Warren Slade

(18 June 1865 - 3 February 1950)
     Joseph Warren Slade was born on June 18, 1865 in Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia.1,2 He was the son of William Harrison Slade and Prudence Emily Brooks.3
     Joseph married Sarah Caroline Gardner, daughter of William Zedrick Gardner and Caroline Myrtice Cauthen, on January 29, 1890 in Georgia. Joseph died on February 3, 1950 at age 84.1,3,4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Atkins District 1066, Spalding County, GeorgiaWilliam Harrison Slade5
1900Atkins District, Spalding County, GeorgiaJoseph Warren Slade6
1910Orr District, Spalding County, GeorgiaJoseph Warren Slade7
1920Griffin, Spalding County, GeorgiaJoseph Warren Slade8
1930Griffin, Spalding County, GeorgiaJoseph Warren Slade9

Children of Joseph Warren Slade and Sarah Caroline Gardner

Citations

  1. [S6951] Helen Prescott, Helen Prescott Papers, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Libr, Chapel Hill, NC.
  2. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, District 1066, page 303C.
  3. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Oak Hill Cemetery Griffin, Spalding Co, GA, picture 4-17-2003 by Barbara Slade Dayhuff.
  4. [S7176] Leroy W. Gardner, Gardner/Ballard and Allied Families by Leroy W. Gardner, 108 Cotton Creek Drive, McDonough, GA 30252-9000 108 Cotton Creek Drive, McDonough, GA 30252-9000: Leroy W. Gardner,.
  5. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 116, page 15, lines 35-42, hh 129, fam 137.
  6. [S7319] 1900 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 92, page 13B, line 76, hh 239, fam 246.
  7. [S7184] 1910 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 121, sheet 22.
  8. [S7187] 1920 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 171, page 5B, line 2, fam 182.
  9. [S7349] 1930 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 128-4, page 1B, line 81, hh 22, fam 22.

Matilda Brooks Slade

(circa 1867 - )
     Matilda Brooks Slade was born circa 1867 in Spalding County, Georgia.1 She was the daughter of William Harrison Slade and Prudence Emily Brooks.
     Matilda married William Hammond.1

Citations

  1. [S6942] Family Group Sheets 1989 by Margaret Mitchell Morgan (Mrs Fred), 731 Lokchapee Dr, Macon, GA 31210 tele 912-477-3095, unknown publish date.

Emma Jean Slade1

(December 1871 - 9 December 1930)
     Emma Jean Slade was born in December, 1871 in Spalding County, Georgia.2 She was the daughter of William Harrison Slade and Prudence Emily Brooks.
     Emma married John Dennis Gardner, son of William Zedrick Gardner and Caroline Myrtice Cauthen, in Georgia.3 The 1900 census indicates that Emma was mother of 7 children and 6 are living.2 Emma died on December 9, 1930 at her home.4 She was buried in Oakview Cemetery, Albany, Dougherty County, Georgia.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Atkins District 1066, Spalding County, GeorgiaWilliam Harrison Slade5
1900Akins District, Spalding County, GeorgiaJohn Dennis Gardner2
1910Dougherty County, GeorgiaJohn Dennis Gardner6
1920Dougherty County, GeorgiaJohn Dennis Gardner7
1930Albany, Dougherty County, Georgia, at 702 Washington StreetJohn Dennis Gardner8

Children of Emma Jean Slade and John Dennis Gardner

  • William Jesse Gardner 2 b. December, 1890, d. February 6, 1912
  • Alice Gardner 2 b. November 15, 1892, d. January 9, 1983
  • Lewis Zedrick Gardner 2 b. April 4, 1893, d. October 31, 1966
  • George W. Gardner 2 b. March 15, 1894, d. February 2, 1982
  • Ora Gardner 2 b. February 15, 1896, d. July 2, 1985
  • John Colbert Gardner 2 b. December, 1898, d. March 6, 1985
  • Blakely D. Gardner 7 b. May 15, 1900, d. April 22, 1925
  • Clara Belle Gardner 7 b. September 15, 1902, d. November 2, 1993
  • William Thomas Gardner 6 b. June 2, 1905, d. May 10, 1984
  • Joseph Davis Gardner 7 b. October 23, 1907, d. March 13, 1953
  • Riley Reeves Gardner 9 b. June 15, 1910, d. August 13, 1911
  • Lillian Francis Gardner 7 b. October 1, 1915

Citations

  1. [S7176] Leroy W. Gardner, Gardner/Ballard and Allied Families by Leroy W. Gardner, 108 Cotton Creek Drive, McDonough, GA 30252-9000 108 Cotton Creek Drive, McDonough, GA 30252-9000: Leroy W. Gardner,.
  2. [S7319] 1900 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, Atkins District, ED 92, Sheet 10-A, lines 32-39, hh 174, fam 179.
  3. [S7176] Leroy W. Gardner, Gardner/Ballard and Allied Families, email 2 Jan 2002 from Leroy W. Gardner.
  4. [S8] Obituary, , Mrs. J. D. Gardner published Albany, GA, Dec 10, 1930.
  5. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 116, page 15, lines 35-42, hh 129, fam 137.
  6. [S7632] 1910 US Census of Dougherty County, Georgia, ED 73, sheet 64, lines 20-30, hh 752.
  7. [S7631] 1920 US Census of Dougherty County, Georgia, Militia Dist 1087, ED 63, sheet 11-A, lines 29-35, hh 165, fam 107.
  8. [S7446] 1930 US Census of Dougherty County, Georgia, ED 48-7, sheet 15-A, lines 14-16, hh 354, fam 366.
  9. [S7633] John Myrick research.

William J. Slade

(June 1869 - 7 August 1945)
     William J. Slade was born in June, 1869 in Spalding County, Georgia.1 He was the son of William Harrison Slade and Prudence Emily Brooks.
     William married Nannie Lindsey in 1891.2,1 William died on August 7, 1945 in Pike County, Georgia, at age 76.3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Atkins District 1066, Spalding County, GeorgiaWilliam Harrison Slade4
1900Cabbins District, Spalding County, GeorgiaWilliam J. Slade1
1910Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaWilliam J. Slade5
1920Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaWilliam J. Slade6
1930Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaWilliam J. Slade7

Children of William J. Slade and Nannie Lindsey

Citations

  1. [S7319] 1900 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 88, sheet 1, line 64, hh 12, fam 14.
  2. [S7213] Barbara Slade Dayhuff research and personal knowledge, January 21, 2003.
  3. [S5841] Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998, FamilySearch.org, www.ancestry.com certificate 16774.
  4. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 116, page 15, lines 35-42, hh 129, fam 137.
  5. [S7185] 1910 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 111, page 4B, line 76, hh 99, fam 99.
  6. [S7168] 1920 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 162, sheet 1A, line 86, hh 8, fam 8.
  7. [S7359] 1930 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 116-8, sheet 3B, line 52, hh 59, fam 61.

Clara Slade

(1877 - )
     Clara Slade was born in 1877 in Spalding County, Georgia.1,2 She was the daughter of William Harrison Slade and Prudence Emily Brooks.
     Clara married William Patrick Burke, son of John Thomas Burk and Mary E. Maddox, on December 23, 1894.3 They had eleven children.

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Atkins District 1066, Spalding County, GeorgiaWilliam Harrison Slade4

Child of Clara Slade and William Patrick Burke

  • Ray Emmet Burk 5 b. November 12, 1909, d. November 20, 1924

Citations

  1. [S6942] Family Group Sheets 1989 by Margaret Mitchell Morgan (Mrs Fred), 731 Lokchapee Dr, Macon, GA 31210 tele 912-477-3095, unknown publish date.
  2. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, District 1066, page 303C.
  3. [S7213] Barbara Slade Dayhuff research and personal knowledge, January 21, 2003.
  4. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 116, page 15, lines 35-42, hh 129, fam 137.
  5. [S5437] Georgia Archives Virtual Vault http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/, Ray Emmet Burke - Death Certificates, Vital Records, Public Health, RG 26-5-95.