Minnie [?]1

(circa 1858 - )
     Minnie [?] was born circa 1858 in Nova Scotia, Canada.1
     Minnie married William Slade.1

Children of Minnie [?] and William Slade

Citations

  1. [S1948] 1901 Canadia Census of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg, p9 img 9/16, lines 28-35, dwl 73, fam 90, William Slade family.

Lilly Mae Slade1

(circa 1889 - )
     Lilly Mae Slade was born circa 1889 in Nova Scotia.1 She was the daughter of William Slade and Minnie [?].1

Citations

  1. [S1948] 1901 Canadia Census of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg, p9 img 9/16, lines 28-35, dwl 73, fam 90, William Slade family.

Walter Scott Slade1

(12 July 1900 - 14 October 1953)
     Walter married Estella Nickerson. Walter Scott Slade was born on July 12, 1900 in Nova Scotia.1,2 He was the son of William Slade and Minnie [?].1 Walter died on October 14, 1953 in Dartmouth, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, at age 53.2

Child of Walter Scott Slade and Estella Nickerson

Citations

  1. [S1948] 1901 Canadia Census of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia, Lunenburg, p9 img 9/16, lines 28-35, dwl 73, fam 90, William Slade family.
  2. [S2551] Province of Nova Scotia, Canada, Death Certificate, #02-005452 Walter Scott Slade, b Jul 12, 1900, d Oct 14, 1953, Dartmouth.
  3. [S8] Obituary, , Walter Charles Slade http://www.inmemoriam.ca/…

Estella Nickerson

(1899 - )
     Estella married Walter Scott Slade, son of William Slade and Minnie [?]. Estella Nickerson was born in 1899.

Child of Estella Nickerson and Walter Scott Slade

Citations

  1. [S8] Obituary, , Walter Charles Slade http://www.inmemoriam.ca/…

Walter Charles Slade1

(say 1930 - 9 November 2015)
     Walter Charles Slade was born say 1930.1 He was the son of Walter Scott Slade and Estella Nickerson.1 Walter died on November 9, 2015.1

Citations

  1. [S8] Obituary, , Walter Charles Slade http://www.inmemoriam.ca/…

Susan Slade1

(14 March 1941 - 7 July 2020)
     Susan Slade was born on March 14, 1941 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of William Archibald Slade Jr. and Elinor Van Blarcom.1
     Susan married Richard E. Stone.1 Susan died on July 7, 2020 at age 79.1

Citations

  1. [S8] Obituary, , Susan Slade "Susie" Stone, Published in Chronicle & Transcript (Ipswich, MA) from Jul. 10 to Jul. 18, 2020.

Thomas Herbert Slade1,2

(March 1884 - )
     Thomas Herbert Slade was born in March, 1884 in Baltimore County, Maryland.1 He was the son of Thomas T. Slade and Emma A. [?]1

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland, 711 Monroe Street, a dairy manThomas T. Slade1
1920Baltimore City, Maryland, at 711 North Monroe StreetEmma A. [?]3

Citations

  1. [S6138] 1900 US Census of Baltimore County, Maryland, ED 233, sh 4-A, lines 24-28, dwl 67, fam 69, Thomas T & Emma Slade family.
  2. [S2735] 1910 US Census of Baltimore Independent City, Maryland, ED 267, sh 3-A, lines 6-11, dwl 47, fam 50, Thomas T & Emma A Slade family.
  3. [S6094] 1920 US Census of Baltimore County, Maryland, ED 233, sh 4-A, lines 24-28, dwl 67, fam 69, Thomas T & Emma Slade family.

Heinrich Fink

(6 December 1837 - 29 July 1910)
     Heinrich Fink was born on December 6, 1837 in Mundelsheim, Wurtemberg, Germany. [tombstone has Aug 31, 1843]1 He was the son of Gottfried Friedrich Fink and Sophia Barbara Schmid.
     Heinrich married Rosina Elizabeth Eisele, daughter of Jakob Friedrich Eisele and Juliane Fischer. Heinrich Fink immigrated from Bremen, Germany aboard the ship Salier, arriving on March 29, 1881 Castle Gardens, New York City, New York.2 They settled near Oregon, Holt County, Missouri, where they raised their family. He was a farmer. Heinrich died on July 29, 1910 at age 723 and was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Oregon, Holt County, Missouri.3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Nodaway Township, Holt County, MissouriHeinrich Fink4
1910Nodaway Township, Holt County, MissouriHeinrich Fink5

Children of Heinrich Fink and Rosina Elizabeth Eisele

  • Gottlob Heinrich Fink+ b. December 7, 1867, d. January 16, 1930
  • Wilhelmine Dorthee Fink b. February 4, 1870, d. September 30, 1951
  • Jacob Friedrich Fink b. November 21, 1871
  • Rosine Ernestine Fink+ b. December 24, 1874, d. October 23, 1942
  • Luise Friederike Fink b. July 25, 1876
  • Gotthilf Heinrich Fink+ b. December 16, 1878, d. June 1, 1934
  • Rosine Fink b. November 5, 1880, d. April 19, 1881

Citations

  1. [S8116] Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Mendelsheim; Dekanat Marbach a.N. Auszug aus dem Kirchlichen Familienregister 'Family Register Sheet' from German church , Band III, Blatt 67.
  2. [S8354] http://www.castlegarden.org website search: Gottlob Fink, age 10, Heinrich Fink Family arrived Castle Gardens, Mar 29, 1881, from Bremen, Germany, aboard Salier.
  3. [S8345] Findagrave.com,, Heinrich Fink, tombstone, Maple Grove Cemetery, Oregon, Missouri.
  4. [S8334] 1900 US Census of Holt County, Missouri, ED 98, ch 6-B, lines 75-78, dwl 117, fam 118.
  5. [S8337] 1910 US Census of Holt County, Missouri, ED116, sh 5-B, lines 83-84, dwl 108, fam 110.

Rosina Elizabeth Eisele

(9 December 1839 - 26 April 1929)
     Rosina Elizabeth Eisele was born on December 9, 1839 in Mundelsheim, Wurtemberg, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Jakob Friedrich Eisele and Juliane Fischer. Rosina Elizabeth Eisele was baptized on April 17, 1853.1
     Rosina married Heinrich Fink, son of Gottfried Friedrich Fink and Sophia Barbara Schmid. Rosina Elizabeth Eisele immigrated with Heinrich Fink from from Bremen, Germany aboard the ship Salier, arriving to Castle Gardens, New York City, New York, on March 29, 1881.2 Rosina died on April 26, 1929 at age 893 and was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Oregon, Holt County, Missouri.3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Nodaway Township, Holt County, MissouriHeinrich Fink4
1910Nodaway Township, Holt County, MissouriHeinrich Fink5

Children of Rosina Elizabeth Eisele and Heinrich Fink

  • Gottlob Heinrich Fink+ b. December 7, 1867, d. January 16, 1930
  • Wilhelmine Dorthee Fink b. February 4, 1870, d. September 30, 1951
  • Jacob Friedrich Fink b. November 21, 1871
  • Rosine Ernestine Fink+ b. December 24, 1874, d. October 23, 1942
  • Luise Friederike Fink b. July 25, 1876
  • Gotthilf Heinrich Fink+ b. December 16, 1878, d. June 1, 1934
  • Rosine Fink b. November 5, 1880, d. April 19, 1881

Citations

  1. [S8116] Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Mendelsheim; Dekanat Marbach a.N. Auszug aus dem Kirchlichen Familienregister 'Family Register Sheet' from German church , Band III, Blatt 67, (Genevieve W Slade has Photocopy of original written in German).
  2. [S8354] http://www.castlegarden.org website search: Gottlob Fink, age 10, Heinrich Fink Family arrived Castle Gardens, Mar 29, 1881, from Bremen, Germany, aboard Salier.
  3. [S8345] Findagrave.com,, Rosina Fink, tombstone, Maple Grove Cemetery, Oregon, Missouri.
  4. [S8334] 1900 US Census of Holt County, Missouri, ED 98, ch 6-B, lines 75-78, dwl 117, fam 118.
  5. [S8337] 1910 US Census of Holt County, Missouri, ED116, sh 5-B, lines 83-84, dwl 108, fam 110.

Gottlob Heinrich Fink

(7 December 1867 - 16 January 1930)
     Gottlob Heinrich Fink was born on December 7, 1867 in Mundelsheim, Wurtemberg, Germany.1 He was the son of Heinrich Fink and Rosina Elizabeth Eisele. Gottlob Heinrich Fink immigrated with Heinrich Fink from from Bremen, Germany aboard the ship Salier, arriving to Castle Gardens, New York City, New York, on March 29, 1881.2
     Gottlob married Bennettie Nave, daughter of Alexander George Nave and Elizabeth Edna Collier, on April 2, 1891 in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma Territory.3 Gottlob died on January 16, 1930 in Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, at age 62.4 He was buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.5,6

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Spring Creek Township, near Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma TerritoryGottlob Heinrich Fink7
1910Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, at 318 East First StreetGottlob Heinrich Fink8
1920Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, at 318 East First StreetGottlob Heinrich Fink9

Children of Gottlob Heinrich Fink and Bennettie Nave

Citations

  1. [S8116] Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Mendelsheim; Dekanat Marbach a.N. Auszug aus dem Kirchlichen Familienregister 'Family Register Sheet' from German church , Band III, Blatt 67, (Genevieve W Slade has Photocopy of original written in German).
  2. [S8354] http://www.castlegarden.org website search: Gottlob Fink, age 10, Heinrich Fink Family arrived Castle Gardens, Mar 29, 1881, from Bremen, Germany, aboard Salier.
  3. [S8173] Marriage Bond; copy of original in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade, book 12, page 157.
  4. [S8164] Papers and letters from Sunora Dumas Boardman, 2211 Melante Drive, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30324 to Jim Slade in 1976., unknown publish date.
  5. [S8117] Personal knowledge of Genevieve Willett Slade, unknown publish date.
  6. [S8345] Findagrave.com,, Gottlob H Fink, tombstone, Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
  7. [S8153] 1900 US Census Oklahoma Territory, Oklahoma County, pg 5A&B, hh 86, fam 86, lines 48-53, Wakefield Fisher, Enumerator.
  8. [S8188] 1920 US Census of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, ED 190, sh 14-A, lines 22-26, dwl 312, fam 318.
  9. [S8188] 1920 US Census of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, ED 105, sh 17-B, lines 66-70, dwl 367, fam 384.

Gotthilf Heinrich Fink

(16 December 1878 - 1 June 1934)
     Gotthilf Heinrich Fink was born on December 16, 1878 in Mundelsheim, Wurtemberg, Germany.1 He was the son of Heinrich Fink and Rosina Elizabeth Eisele. Gotthilf Heinrich Fink immigrated with Heinrich Fink from from Bremen, Germany aboard the ship Salier, arriving to Castle Gardens, New York City, New York, on March 29, 1881.2 Gotthilf Heinrich Fink was found on a passenger list on March 29, 1881 in Port of New York, New York City, New York County, New York.3
     Gotthilf married Elizabeth "Lizzie" Krug.4 The daughter of Maria Katharina Reinhardt & Johann Friedrich Krug.5 Gotthilf Heinrich Fink was registered for World War I draft on September 12, 1918 in Oregon, Holt County, Missouri.6 Gotthilf died on June 1, 1934 at age 55.7 He was buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Oregon, Holt County, Missouri.7

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Nodaway Township, Holt County, MissouriHeinrich Fink8
1930Nodaway Township, Holt County, MissouriGotthilf Heinrich Fink4

Children of Gotthilf Heinrich Fink and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Krug

  • Lawrence C. Fink 4 b. June 19, 1908, d. February 18, 1988
  • Clinton Leo Fink 4 b. January 23, 1912, d. June 7, 1993
  • Lucille Elizabeth Fink 4 b. December 25, 1913, d. October 11, 2017
  • Lorene G. Fink 4

Citations

  1. [S8116] Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Mendelsheim; Dekanat Marbach a.N. Auszug aus dem Kirchlichen Familienregister 'Family Register Sheet' from German church , Band III, Blatt 67, (Genevieve W Slade has Photocopy of original written in German).
  2. [S8354] http://www.castlegarden.org website search: Gottlob Fink, age 10, Heinrich Fink Family arrived Castle Gardens, Mar 29, 1881, from Bremen, Germany, aboard Salier.
  3. [S8118] Manifest of Passengers on board SS Salier from Bremen, Germany, arriving in Port of New York on 29 March 1881., unknown publish date, passenger # 259.
  4. [S8338] 1930 US Census of Holt County, Missouri, ED 44-18, sh 1-B, lines 79-84, dwl 19, fam 19.
  5. [S8358] 1900 US Census of Holt County, Kansas, ED 242, sh 1-A&B, lines 47-57, dwl 7, fam 7, Fred J Krug family.
  6. [S8342] US World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Ancestry.com, Gotthilf Henry Fink, b Dec 16, 1878, wife Elizabeth, farming.
  7. [S8314] FindaGrave.com website,, Gotthilf Fink, Maple Grove Cemetery, Holt Co, Missouri.
  8. [S8334] 1900 US Census of Holt County, Missouri, ED 98, ch 6-B, lines 75-78, dwl 117, fam 118.

Bennettie Nave

(19 June 1876 - 19 April 1966)
     Bennettie Nave was born on June 19, 1876 in Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky.1 She was the daughter of Alexander George Nave and Elizabeth Edna Collier.
     Bennettie married Gottlob Heinrich Fink, son of Heinrich Fink and Rosina Elizabeth Eisele, on April 2, 1891 in Oklahoma County, Oklahoma Territory.2 Bennettie died on April 19, 1966 in Seminole, Seminole County, Oklahoma, at age 893 and was buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.4

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1880Brandy Springs, Garrard County, Kentucky, living next to Benj G Collier familyAlexander George Nave5
1890#2 County [now Oklahoma County], Oklahoma Territory, T 13 N, R 4 W, Indian MeridianAlexander George Nave6
1900Los Angeles, LosAngeles County, California, 310 N. MainBennettie Nave7
1900Spring Creek Township, near Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma TerritoryGottlob Heinrich Fink8
1910Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, at 318 East First StreetGottlob Heinrich Fink9
1920Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, at 318 East First StreetGottlob Heinrich Fink10

Children of Bennettie Nave and Gottlob Heinrich Fink

Citations

  1. [S8126] Nave family bible, photocopy in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade.
  2. [S8173] Marriage Bond; copy of original in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade, book 12, page 157.
  3. [S8164] Papers and letters from Sunora Dumas Boardman, 2211 Melante Drive, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30324 to Jim Slade in 1976., unknown publish date.
  4. [S8119] Tombstone picture in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade,.
  5. [S8292] 1880 US Census of Garrard County, Kentucky, LDS film 1254415, p 565A.
  6. [S8152] First Territorial Census of Oklahoma 1890 before statehood., 332, County 2, page 350.
  7. [S8269] 1900 CA LosAngeles, hh 58, fam 106, ED 12, Sheet 4, Line 6, 2nd Ward, LA Twp,.
  8. [S8153] 1900 US Census Oklahoma Territory, Oklahoma County, pg 5A&B, hh 86, fam 86, lines 48-53, Wakefield Fisher, Enumerator.
  9. [S8188] 1920 US Census of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, ED 190, sh 14-A, lines 22-26, dwl 312, fam 318.
  10. [S8188] 1920 US Census of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, ED 105, sh 17-B, lines 66-70, dwl 367, fam 384.

Lou Esther Fink

(7 August 1895 - 20 April 1967)
     Lou Esther Fink was born on August 7, 1895 in Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma.1 She was the daughter of Gottlob Heinrich Fink and Bennettie Nave.
     Lou married Thomas Carnes Waldrep on March 21, 1917 in Edmond, Oklahoma. Lou died on April 20, 1967 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, at age 71.2,3 She was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Shawnee, Potowatamie County, Oklahoma.3

Census & Tax Records, Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Spring Creek Township, near Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma TerritoryGottlob Heinrich Fink4
1910Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, at 318 East First StreetGottlob Heinrich Fink5
1920Edmond, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, at 318 East First StreetGottlob Heinrich Fink6
1940Shawnee, Potowatamie County, Oklahoma, at 1200 North BroadwayThomas Carnes Waldrep7

Child of Lou Esther Fink and Thomas Carnes Waldrep

Citations

  1. [S8120] Bennettie Nave Fink bible in possession of Genevieve Willett Slade.
  2. [S8117] Personal knowledge of Genevieve Willett Slade, unknown publish date.
  3. [S8314] FindaGrave.com website,, Lou Esther Fink Waldrep, Fairview Cemetery, Shawnee, Oklahoma.
  4. [S8153] 1900 US Census Oklahoma Territory, Oklahoma County, pg 5A&B, hh 86, fam 86, lines 48-53, Wakefield Fisher, Enumerator.
  5. [S8188] 1920 US Census of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, ED 190, sh 14-A, lines 22-26, dwl 312, fam 318.
  6. [S8188] 1920 US Census of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, ED 105, sh 17-B, lines 66-70, dwl 367, fam 384.
  7. [S8344] 1940 US Census of Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, ED 63-59, sh 10-B, lines 75-77, fam 244.