Raymond James Slade

(10 May 1894 - January 1963)
     Raymond James Slade was born on May 10, 1894 in Pike County, Georgia.1 He was the son of James Clementine Slade and Gillie A. Fincher.
     Raymond married Iva Morgan circa 1920.1 Raymond died in January, 1963 in Georgia at age 68.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Meansville, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade3
1910Dooly County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade4
1920Vienna, Dooly County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade5
1930Vienna, Dooly County, GeorgiaRaymond James Slade6

Child of Raymond James Slade and Iva Morgan

  • Raymond James Slade Jr.

Citations

  1. [S7212] Harrison-Slade Bible and Lifsey-Slade Bible. In 1983 both bibles were in possession of Martha Frances Slade McKenzie. Since 2000 the bible has been held by John T. Slade of McDonough, GA. Only 3 family pages survive the Harrison-Slade Bible and they are inserted in the Lifsey-Slade Bible., Data compiled on 3 typewritten pages, a copy in possession of James L. Slade in 1983.
  2. [S5] Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014, Ancestry.com.
  3. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 83, sheet 2.
  4. [S7508] 1910 US Census of Dooly County, Georgia.
  5. [S7261] 1920 US Census of Dooley County, Georgia, ED 33, sheet 18-A, line 9, hh 365, fam 407.
  6. [S7353] 1930 US Census of Dooly County, Georgia, ED 47-2, sheet 4-A, line 47, hh 82, fam 92.

James Clem Slade Jr.

(circa 1896 - August 1981)
     James Clem Slade Jr. was born circa 1896 in Georgia.1 He was the son of James Clementine Slade and Gillie A. Fincher.
     James married Estelle Trippe in 1918 in Georgia.2,3 James died in August, 1981.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Meansville, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade5
1910Dooly County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade6
1920Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, at 71 Arlington RoadJames Clem Slade Jr.7
1930Atlanta, Fulton County, GeorgiaJames Clem Slade Jr.3

Children of James Clem Slade Jr. and Estelle Trippe

Citations

  1. [S6936] Family Group Sheets compiled by Bill E. Slade, Jr. 1988), 1989.
  2. [S7212] Harrison-Slade Bible and Lifsey-Slade Bible. In 1983 both bibles were in possession of Martha Frances Slade McKenzie. Since 2000 the bible has been held by John T. Slade of McDonough, GA. Only 3 family pages survive the Harrison-Slade Bible and they are inserted in the Lifsey-Slade Bible., Data compiled on 3 typewritten pages, a copy in possession of James L. Slade in 1983.
  3. [S7350] 1930 US Census of Fulton County, Georgia, ED 61-131, sheet 28B, line 92, hh 367, fam 401.
  4. [S6936] Family Group Sheets compiled by Bill E. Slade, Jr.
  5. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 83, sheet 2.
  6. [S7508] 1910 US Census of Dooly County, Georgia.
  7. [S7192] 1920 US Census of Fulton County, Georgia, ED 146, sheet 6B, hh 110, fam 129.

Claud Slade

(4 March 1900 - 15 February 1964)
     Claud Slade was born on March 4, 1900 in Pike County, Georgia.1 He was the son of James Clementine Slade and Gillie A. Fincher.
     Claud married Lessie Gaines, daughter of George J Gaines and Ella V [?], on December 11, 1921.2,1 Claud died on February 15, 1964 in Spalding County, Georgia, at age 63.1,3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Meansville, Pike County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade4
1910Dooly County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade5
1920Vienna, Dooly County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade6
1930Vienna, Dooly County, GeorgiaClaud Slade7
1940Vienna, Dooly County, GeorgiaClaud Slade8

Children of Claud Slade and Lessie Gaines

Citations

  1. [S7212] Harrison-Slade Bible and Lifsey-Slade Bible. In 1983 both bibles were in possession of Martha Frances Slade McKenzie. Since 2000 the bible has been held by John T. Slade of McDonough, GA. Only 3 family pages survive the Harrison-Slade Bible and they are inserted in the Lifsey-Slade Bible., Data compiled on 3 typewritten pages, a copy in possession of James L. Slade in 1983.
  2. [S6936] Family Group Sheets compiled by Bill E. Slade, Jr. 1988).
  3. [S5841] Georgia Death Index, 1933-1998, FamilySearch.org, Claud Slade.
  4. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 83, sheet 2.
  5. [S7508] 1910 US Census of Dooly County, Georgia.
  6. [S7261] 1920 US Census of Dooley County, Georgia, ED 33, sheet 18-A, line 9, hh 365, fam 407.
  7. [S7353] 1930 US Census of Dooly County, Georgia, ED 47-2, Sheet 18B, line 85-89, hh 424, fam 460.
  8. [S7782] 1940 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 92-7, sh 6-A, lines 15-19, fam 120.
  9. [S8] Obituary, , Dr. George C. Slade published May 13, 2002 in The Valley Times-News (Lanett, AL).

Martha Lucille Slade1

(16 October 1903 - )
     Martha Lucille Slade was born on October 16, 1903 in Pike County, Georgia. [Her death certificate shows Oct 19, 1903]2 She was the daughter of James Clementine Slade and Gillie A. Fincher.
     Martha married Homer Lee Pearson Jr. on April 29, 1923.3 After marriage, they moved to Miami, Florida, where they were living at the time of her death.4 Martha died on October 28, 1926 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, at age 23.2,4 She was buried in Vienna, Dooly County, Georgia.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1910Dooly County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade1
1920Vienna, Dooly County, GeorgiaJames Clementine Slade5

Citations

  1. [S7508] 1910 US Census of Dooly County, Georgia.
  2. [S7212] Harrison-Slade Bible and Lifsey-Slade Bible. In 1983 both bibles were in possession of Martha Frances Slade McKenzie. Since 2000 the bible has been held by John T. Slade of McDonough, GA. Only 3 family pages survive the Harrison-Slade Bible and they are inserted in the Lifsey-Slade Bible., Data compiled on 3 typewritten pages, a copy in possession of James L. Slade in 1983.
  3. [S7240] The Pike County Journal Newspaper, Lucille Slade Pearson obituary published Dec 3, 1926.
  4. [S5437] Georgia Archives Virtual Vault http://vault.georgiaarchives.org/cdm/, Martha Lucille Pearson - Death Certificate, Vital Records, Public Health.
  5. [S7261] 1920 US Census of Dooley County, Georgia, ED 33, sheet 18-A, line 9, hh 365, fam 407.

Samuel Arthur Slade Jr

(13 June 1916 - 20 February 1996)
     Samuel Arthur Slade Jr was born on June 13, 1916 in Georgia.1,2 He was the son of Samuel Arthur Slade and Gladys Davis.
     Samuel married Nell Grace on April 20, 1946.1,2 Samuel died on February 20, 1996 in Dooly County, Georgia, at age 79.3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1920Dooly County, GeorgiaSamuel Arthur Slade4

Citations

  1. [S6936] Family Group Sheets compiled by Bill E. Slade, Jr. 1988).
  2. [S7212] Harrison-Slade Bible and Lifsey-Slade Bible. In 1983 both bibles were in possession of Martha Frances Slade McKenzie. Since 2000 the bible has been held by John T. Slade of McDonough, GA. Only 3 family pages survive the Harrison-Slade Bible and they are inserted in the Lifsey-Slade Bible., Data compiled on 3 typewritten pages, a copy in possession of James L. Slade in 1983.
  3. [S5] Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014, Ancestry.com.
  4. [S7261] 1920 US Census of Dooley County, Georgia, ED 32, page 15 B, line 64, hh 285, fam 310.

Melba Slade

(1 November 1918 - )
     Melba Slade was born on November 1, 1918 in Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Samuel Arthur Slade and Gladys Davis.
     Melba married John Russell on September 1, 1941.2,1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1920Dooly County, GeorgiaSamuel Arthur Slade3

Citations

  1. [S7212] Harrison-Slade Bible and Lifsey-Slade Bible. In 1983 both bibles were in possession of Martha Frances Slade McKenzie. Since 2000 the bible has been held by John T. Slade of McDonough, GA. Only 3 family pages survive the Harrison-Slade Bible and they are inserted in the Lifsey-Slade Bible., Data compiled on 3 typewritten pages, a copy in possession of James L. Slade in 1983.
  2. [S6936] Family Group Sheets compiled by Bill E. Slade, Jr. 1988).
  3. [S7261] 1920 US Census of Dooley County, Georgia, ED 32, page 15 B, line 64, hh 285, fam 310.

Hamilton Monroe McKenzie

(17 August 1888 - 28 February 1960)
     Hamilton Monroe McKenzie was born on August 17, 1888 in Houston County, Georgia.1 He was the son of John Alvertis McKenzie and Ruth Norris.2
     Hamilton married Martha Frances Slade, daughter of John Edward Slade and Della Lifsey, on November 9, 1919.3 Hamilton died on February 28, 1960 at age 71.1 He was buried in Marshallville Cemetery, Macon County, Georgia.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Houston County, GeorgiaJohn Alvertis McKenzie5
1920Marshallville, Macon County, GeorgiaHamilton Monroe McKenzie6

Children of Hamilton Monroe McKenzie and Martha Frances Slade

  • Monroe Slade McKenzie b. April 28, 1929, d. October 29, 1998
  • Frederic Lifsey McKenzie b. February 6, 1932, d. September 2, 2001
  • Della Ruth McKenzie

Citations

  1. [S7138] Oral Interview w/Martha Frances Slade McKenzie and recorded on FGS by Bill E Slade, jr, 1989.
  2. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Hamilton Monroe McKensie, Marshallville Cemetery, Macon Co, Georgia.
  3. [S7212] Harrison-Slade Bible and Lifsey-Slade Bible. In 1983 both bibles were in possession of Martha Frances Slade McKenzie. Since 2000 the bible has been held by John T. Slade of McDonough, GA. Only 3 family pages survive the Harrison-Slade Bible and they are inserted in the Lifsey-Slade Bible., Data compiled on 3 typewritten pages, a copy in possession of James L. Slade in 1983.
  4. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Hamilton Monroe McKenzie, Marshalville Cemetery, Macon Co, GA.
  5. [S7612] 1900 US Census of Houston County, Georgia, 265th GA Mil Dist, ED 6, sheet 2-B, lines 8593, hh 33, fam 38.
  6. [S7211] 1920 US Census of Macon County, Georgia, ED 50, sheet 1B, lines 99 & 100, hh 24, fam 29.

Mary Ison

(February 1864 - )
     Mary Ison was born in February, 1864 in Spalding County, Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Oliver Hartford Ison.2
     Mary married Ira Armonus Slade, son of James Madison Slade and Pelatiah Winifred Vaughn, on January 2, 1890 in Georgia.3 Mary Ison was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia; in the Old section, Lot #226.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Griffin, Spalding County, GeorgiaOliver Hartford Ison5
1900Griffin, Spalding County, GeorgiaOliver Hartford Ison6
1910Griffin, Spalding County, GeorgiaOliver Hartford Ison7
1920Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, at 526 No. Wood StreetOliver Hartford Ison2
1930Atlanta, Fulton County, GeorgiaMary Ison8

Children of Mary Ison and Ira Armonus Slade

Citations

  1. [S7319] 1900 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 90, sh 16-B, lines 69-77, dwl 424, fam 446.
  2. [S7187] 1920 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 171, sheet 2B, line 67, hh 28, fam 37.
  3. [S7762] Georgia Marriages, 1785-1950 on FamilySearch.org, Mary Isom and Ira Slade, Jan 2, 1890, Spalding Co, Georgia, film 455614, image 376.
  4. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Oak Hill Cemetery Griffin, Spalding Co, GA, picture 4-17-2003 by Barbara Slade Dayhuff.
  5. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 118, pg 49, lines 12-16, dwl 447, fam 525.
  6. [S7319] 1900 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 90, sh 16-B, lines 59-77, dwl 424, fam 446.
  7. [S7184] 1910 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 120, sheet 25, lines 80-83, dwl 186, fam 200.
  8. [S7350] 1930 US Census of Fulton County, Georgia, ED 61-120, sheet 13-B, line 73, hh 60, fam 70.
  9. [S7187] 1920 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 171, sheet 2B.

Marion Marie Slade

(23 May 1896 - 25 June 1936)
     Marion Marie Slade was born on May 23, 1896 in Georgia.1,2 She was the daughter of Ira Armonus Slade and Mary Ison. Marion died on June 25, 1936 at age 40.2

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Griffin, Spalding County, GeorgiaOliver Hartford Ison3
1900Griffin, Spalding County, GeorgiaOliver Hartford Ison4
1910Griffin, Spalding County, GeorgiaOliver Hartford Ison5
1920Griffin, Spalding County, Georgia, at 526 No. Wood StreetOliver Hartford Ison6
1930Atlanta, Fulton County, GeorgiaMary Ison7

Citations

  1. [S6948] "Thelma Powell papers, copies of pages sent from Bill E Slade, 11/29/89";.
  2. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Oak Hill Cemetery Griffin, Spalding Co, GA, picture 4-17-2003 by Barbara Slade Dayhuff.
  3. [S7255] 1880 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 118, pg 49, lines 12-16, dwl 447, fam 525.
  4. [S7319] 1900 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 90, sh 16-B, lines 59-77, dwl 424, fam 446.
  5. [S7184] 1910 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 120, sheet 25, lines 80-83, dwl 186, fam 200.
  6. [S7187] 1920 US Census of Spalding County, Georgia, ED 171, sheet 2B, line 67, hh 28, fam 37.
  7. [S7350] 1930 US Census of Fulton County, Georgia, ED 61-120, sheet 13-B, line 73, hh 60, fam 70.

Della Lifsey

(16 January 1869 - 19 July 1918)
     Della Lifsey was born on January 16, 1869 in Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Benjamine Alexander Lifsey and Martha A. F. Carter.2,3
     Della married John Edward Slade, son of Samuel G. Slade and Fannie Glenn Coker, on December 25, 1887 in Pike County, Georgia.4,1 Della died on July 19, 1918 at age 49.5 She was buried in Marshallville Cemetery, Macon County, Georgia.6

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Pike County, GeorgiaBenjamine Alexander Lifsey7
1910Meansville, Pike County, GeorgiaJohn Edward Slade8

Children of Della Lifsey and John Edward Slade

Citations

  1. [S7498] Family Bible of John Edward Slade & Della Lifsey currently in possession of John Thomas Slade of Macon, GA.
  2. [S6936] Family Group Sheets compiled by Bill E. Slade, Jr. 1988).
  3. [S7138] Oral Interview w/Martha Frances Slade McKenzie and recorded on FGS by Bill E Slade, jr, 1989.
  4. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133.
  5. [S7212] Harrison-Slade Bible and Lifsey-Slade Bible. In 1983 both bibles were in possession of Martha Frances Slade McKenzie. Since 2000 the bible has been held by John T. Slade of McDonough, GA. Only 3 family pages survive the Harrison-Slade Bible and they are inserted in the Lifsey-Slade Bible., Data compiled on 3 typewritten pages, a copy in possession of James L. Slade in 1983.
  6. [S3] Tombstone or grave marker inscription, Della Lifsey Slade.
  7. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, P 167D.
  8. [S7185] 1910 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 110, sheet 1A, line 50, hh 6, fam 7, continues to sheet 1B.
  9. [S7191] 1930 US Census of Georgia, Macon Co, Marshallville.

Leila Lifsey

(11 June 1872 - 3 December 1937)
     Leila Lifsey was born on June 11, 1872 in Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Benjamine Alexander Lifsey and Martha A. F. Carter.2,3
     Leila married Jesse James Slade, son of James Madison Slade and Pelatiah Winifred Vaughn, on June 11, 1891 in Pike County, Georgia.4 Their wedding was announced in the Pike County Journal, Zebulon, GA., Friday, June 12, 1891 Mr. Jesse Slade and Miss Leila Lifsey were married at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Alex Lifsey yesterday afternoon, Rev. J.W. Beck officiating. The groom is a model young man and is held in high esteem by all. The bride is one of Pike's fairest daughters and is a prize worth winning. We wish them a long life of domestic happiness.4
     Her first three children died as infants during the first ten years of her marriage. Leila died on December 3, 1937 in Georgia at age 65.5 She was buried in East View Cemetery, Zebulon, Pike County, Georgia.5

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Pike County, GeorgiaBenjamine Alexander Lifsey6
1900Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJesse James Slade7
1910Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJesse James Slade8
1920Zebulon, Pike County, GeorgiaJesse James Slade9

Children of Leila Lifsey and Jesse James Slade

Citations

  1. [S7154] Lamar County GA Cemetery Records, unknown publish date.
  2. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, Dist 581, p 167-D LDS website.
  3. [S6948] "Thelma Powell papers, copies of pages sent from Bill E Slade, 11/29/89";.
  4. [S7198] Newspaper article, , Pike County Journal Zebulon, GA., Friday, June 12, 1891, transcribed by Lynn Cunningham.
  5. [S7154] Lamar County GA Cemetery Records, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/pike/cemeteries/…
  6. [S7081] 1880 US Census Pike County, Georgia, P 167D.
  7. [S7082] 1900 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 85, sh 3-B, fam 63.
  8. [S7185] 1910 US Census of Pike County, Georgia.
  9. [S7168] 1920 US Census of Pike County, Georgia, ED 162, sh 4 A, hh 51, fam 57, line 48.

Genevieve Lee Willett

(23 February 1928 - 6 August 2014)
     Genevieve Lee Willett was born on February 23, 1928 in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma.1 She was the daughter of Yeulin VanSickles Willett and Ruth Elizabeth Fink. Before she started school, the family moved to Perry, Oklahoma. During high schooa she was in several plays and during summers, attended the Pasadena Playhouse in California. After graduating from high school, she attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. The next year her mother became very ill and she returned to Oklahoma where she attended the University of Oklahoma and studed drama. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and several acting awards. During her freshman year at OU, she met engineering student, Jim Slade.2
     Genevieve married James, son of Lee Dumas Slade and Jessie Hollis, on January 27, 1951 in Perry, Noble County, Oklahoma, in the bride's family home.3 While living in Ponca City, Oklahoma, Jennie was active in the Ponca Playhouse, directing several productions and acting in many others. She was later awarded a lifetime membership for her work in the theater. Returning to Oklahoma City, she became active in First Presbyterian Church, where she served as Sunday School teacher and Chair of Nurture. She was one of the congregations earliest female Elders and later served as Clerk of Session. She served Indian Nations Presbytery as a Delegate, Chair of Ministerial Relations and later as Moderator, visiting churches throughout the state. Genevieve died on August 6, 2014 at age 86.4 She was buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.4

Children of Genevieve Lee Willett and James Lee Slade

  • Rebecca Ruth Slade
  • Lee Willett Slade
  • Jamie Marilyn Slade

Citations

  1. [S1976] Certificate of Birth, Oklahoma.
  2. [S7594] Personal knowledge of Genevieve Willett Slade.
  3. [S7023] Marriage License, Genevieve Willett Slade has a photocopy of original document.
  4. [S7047] Death Certificate from State of Oklahoma Dept of Health.

Adiel Benson Slade Jr.

(16 September 1906 - June 1979)
     Adiel Benson Slade Jr. was born on September 16, 1906 in Muscogee County, Georgia.1,2 He was the son of Adiel Benson Slade and Mamie McMurray. Adiel Benson Slade Jr. was listed as a pathologist with the US Department of Agriculture in 1930. Adiel died in June, 1979 in Orlando, Orange County, Florida, at age 72.1 He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Orlando, Orange County, Florida.2 Adie Jr, was never married.

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1910Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia, at 1129 Fourth AvenueAdiel Benson Slade3
1920Orlando, Orange County, FloridaAdiel Benson Slade4
1930Orlando, Orange County, Florida, at 320 RidgewoodAdiel Benson Slade5
1940Orlando, Orange County, FloridaAdiel Benson Slade6

Citations

  1. [S5] Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014, Ancestry.com.
  2. [S9] https://www.findagrave.com/,, Adiel Benson Slade, Jr, tombstone, Greenwood Cemetery, Orlando, Florida.
  3. [S7351] 1910 US Census of Muscogee County, Georgia, ED 100, sheet 2A, line 21, hh 23, fam 25.
  4. [S7352] 1920 US Census of Orange County, Florida, ED 114, sheet 6 B, line 57, hh 169, fam 167.
  5. [S7356] 1930 US Census of Orange County, Florida, ED 48-10, Sheet 13-A, line 49, hh 320, fam 352.
  6. [S7791] 1940 US Census of Orange County, Florida, ED 48-9, sh 8-B, lines 60-65, fam 231.

Mary Caroline Smith1

(8 February 1843 - 12 July 1860)
     Mary Caroline Smith was born on February 8, 1843 in Georgia.2 She was the daughter of Lawrence Smith and Caroline C. Gardner.2
     Mary married Samuel G. Slade, son of Samuel Slade and Chloe Harrison, on September 4, 1859 in Pike County, Georgia.3,2 The 1860 census indicates Samuel G. and Caroline had been married less than a year and were living in the household of Samuel's parents.4 Mary died on July 12, 1860 in Georgia at age 17.5

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1860Zebulon Township, Pike County, GeorgiaSamuel Slade4

Citations

  1. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA , 1883-1890, p 133, 1859 pg 102, Mary C. Smith ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/pike/vitals/marriages/groomr.txt.
  2. [S3433] Southern Christian Advocate Notices 1867-1878 , Volume I: 1837-1860, page 600.
  3. [S7024] County Clerk, Marriage records of Pike Co, GA, 1883-1890, p 133, 1859, page 102.
  4. [S6950] 1860 US Census Pike Co, GA, p 017.
  5. [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.

Barbara Harriett Mann1

(7 February 1922 - 5 February 2006)
     Barbara Harriett Mann was born on February 7, 1922 in El Paso, El Paso County, Texas.2
     Barbara married Ernest Henson Slade, son of Oliver Harming Slade and Mary Emma Gary, in 1940.1 Barbara died on February 5, 2006 at age 83.3 She was buried in Santa Fe National Cemetery, Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, New Mexico.3

Children of Barbara Harriett Mann and Ernest Henson Slade

  • Grant Ernest Slade
  • Mary Carroll Slade

Citations

  1. [S7274] Letter from Ernest Henson Slade, 20 Dec 1978, Letter to JLS describing marriages and descendants of E H Slade.
  2. [S7274] Letter from Ernest Henson Slade, personal knowledge, FGS sent to James L. Slade August 2004.
  3. [S7298] Correspondence and Family Group Sheets from Mary Carroll Slade Jack Bodo.