Emelia Pharris1

Female, #22401, b. 1814, d. after July, 1890
FatherJames Pharris1 d. Dec, 1854
MotherMary Jane1
RelationshipEmelia Pharris is a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Emelia is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birth1814Emelia was born 1814 in Tennessee.1 
Marriageabout 1834She married Hampton Ray Wade, son of Downey Wade and Martha Richardson, about 1834 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of Son1835Her son Alford was born in 1835 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonOctober 26, 1838Her son James was born on October 26, 1838 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterJanuary 24, 1839Her daughter Martha was born on January 24, 1839 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Son1844Her son Isham was born in 1844 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJanuary 8, 1846Her son Downey was born on January 8, 1846 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonAugust, 1849Her son Thomas was born in August, 1849 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterJune 1, 1850Her daughter Elizabeth was born on June 1, 1850 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Deathafter July, 1890Emelia died after July, 1890 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  

Family

Hampton Ray Wade b. 1812, d. b 1 Apr 1895
Children 1.Alford Wade+1 b. 1835, d. about 1866
 2.James Webster Wade+1 b. Oct 26, 1838, d. Jan 30, 1925
 3.Martha Tennessee Wade+1 b. Jan 24, 1839, d. Oct 28, 1904
 4.Isham Wade1 b. 1844, d. before 1887
 5.Downey M Wade+1 b. Jan 8, 1846, d. Jun 9, 1907
 6.Thomas Jefferson Wade+1 b. Aug, 1849, d. between 1900 and 1910
 7.Elizabeth Wade+1 b. Jun 1, 1850
Name Variation Emelia Pharris was also known as Milly.1 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Alford Wade1

Male, #22402, b. 1835, d. about 1866
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherHampton Ray Wade1 b. 1812, d. before Apr 1, 1895
MotherEmelia Pharris1 b. 1814, d. after Jul, 1890
Birth1835Alford was born 1835 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage1858He married Martha Tennessee Spurlock, daughter of Josiah Spurlock, 1858 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of DaughterApril, 1859His daughter Ida was born in April, 1859 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Daughter1862His daughter Julia was born in 1862 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterMay 20, 1865His daughter Millie was born on May 20, 1865 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Deathabout 1866Alford died about 1866 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  

Family

Martha Tennessee Spurlock b. May 1839, d. 28 Oct 1904
Children 1.Ida Wade1 b. Apr, 1859
 2.Julia Wade+1 b. 1862
 3.Millie Alford Wade+1 b. May 20, 1865, d. Jul 19, 1930
Note 1850 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, Civil District 14, November 2, 1850
816/815 Hampton R Wade 37 M Farming 100 NC
Milly 37 F TN
Alfred 15 M TN
James 12 M TN
Martha 9 F TN
Isham 6 M TN
Downey 4 M TN

1860 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, Civil District 15, June 9, 1860
146/146 Alfred Wade 25 M Farmer 525 1085 TN
Tennessee 19 F TN
Ida 10/12 F TN

Note: The spelling of Alfred is distinct in the Census 1850 and 1860

Jackson County, Tennessee, Estate Settlement, February 1873, Page 1
State of Tennessee, Jackson County
I, William G. Cox, Clerk of Jackson County court have proceeded to make Settlement with Terril Byrne and Martha T. Wade, admistrator and administratorix of the estate of Alford Wade Decd all of which is respectfully submitted to the court the 1st Monday in February 1873.
Terril Byrne and Martha T. Wade, Admin & Adminx
To amount due said estate from the supplied inventory returned
by Terril Byrnes one of the adminstrators which inventory
shows the amount sold on twelve months credit and sold
the 6th day of May 1866 and due the 6th day of May 1867
for 32.00
Interest on same from the 6th day May 1867 to 6th February 1873 11.04 43.04
Credits allowed the administrator & administratorix for receipts
services &
1 receipt from M. T. Wade for her years support &
dated the 1st day of May 1867 for the sum of 65.00
Interest on same from the 6th May 1867 to the 1st day of February
1873 22.42
To amount allowed the administrator and administratorix for there
services in said administration 25.00
Clerks fees for Bond Letters & the sume of 2.50
For supplying records & all necessary proceedings 4.25
For settlement and recording this settlement 2.75 125.42
Amount due the admr & admrx from this settlement 82.38
Signed: W. G. Cox, Clk
Examined & approved on this 3rd February 1873
J. M. Richmond, Chairman

A supplied inventory of the estate of Alford Wade Decd made by Terris Byren, one of the administrators of his estate & sold the 6th May 1866 and a credit of twelve months.
1 Cow sold to T J Gailbreath for 18.00
1 Heiffer to ____ Keith for 8.00
1 Heiffer to Gillmer Upchurch for 5.50
1 Small table to M. T. Wade for .50
32.00
Terril Byrne & M. T. Wade
by Terril Byrne one of the admins
Sworn to & subscribed before me this Jany 31st 1873
Signed: W. G. Cox, Clerk
Approved by the court & ordered to be recorded
J. M. Richmond, Chairman

Martha Tennessee Wade was head of household in 1880 and indicated she was a widow, meaning that Alfred died before the census was taken in 1880.1 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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James Webster Wade1

Male, #22403, b. October 26, 1838, d. January 30, 1925
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherHampton Ray Wade1 b. 1812, d. before Apr 1, 1895
MotherEmelia Pharris1 b. 1814, d. after Jul, 1890
BirthOctober 26, 1838James was born October 26, 1838 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageJune 1, 1859He married Rachel J Williamson, daughter of Henderson Williamson, June 1, 1859 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of Daughter1863His daughter Martha was born in 1863 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonNovember 13, 1865His son Finis was born on November 13, 1865 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterJune, 1869His daughter Leeann was born in June, 1869 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJanuary, 1870His son Sidney was born in January, 1870 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterMay, 1874His daughter Margaret was born in May, 1874 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonFebruary 19, 1875His son Isham was born on February 19, 1875 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SpouseFebruary 21, 1876He was widowed when his wife, Rachel, died on February 21, 1876.. in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of DaughterOctober 24, 1885His daughter, Leeann M Wade, married Melvin B Spurlock on October 24, 1885 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageApril 21, 1887He married Margrett Elizabeth Vinson, daughter of Joshua Vinson and Susana Pharris, April 21, 1887 in Gainesboro, Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Marriage of DaughterAugust 8, 1889His daughter, Margaret Tennessee Wade, married William Thomas Brown on August 8, 1889 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of SonSeptember 15, 1889His son, Finis Eldred Wade, married Alice Graham Dickens on September 15, 1889 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Marriage of Son1890His son, Sidney Wade, married Sallie (surname not known) in 1890 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of DaughterMay 12, 1892His daughter, Martha A Wade, married John W Veach on May 12, 1892 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of SonJuly 18, 1906His son, Isham Brown Wade, married Cora Essie Reavis on July 18, 1906 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
DeathJanuary 30, 1925James died January 30, 1925 in Jackson County, Tennessee at age 86.1  
BurialHis body was buried in Pharris Cemetery, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 

Family 1

Rachel J Williamson b. 11 Jul 1845, d. 21 Feb 1876
Children 1.Martha A Wade1 b. 1863
 2.Finis Eldred Wade+1 b. Nov 13, 1865, d. Mar 21, 1935
 3.Leeann M Wade+1 b. Jun, 1869
 4.Sidney Wade+1 b. Jan, 1870
 5.Margaret Tennessee Wade+1 b. May, 1874, d. 1955
 6.Isham Brown Wade+1 b. Feb 19, 1875, d. Sep 12, 1954

Family 2

Margrett Elizabeth Vinson b. 24 Dec 1861, d. 14 Mar 1931
Military BeginJames Webster Wade began military service.1 
Note 1850 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 14th, November 2, 1850
816 815 Hampton R Wade 37 M Farming 100 NC
Milly 37 F TN
Alfred 15 M TN
James 12 M TN
Martha 9 F TN
Isham 6 M TN
Downey 4 M TN

1860 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 15, June 9, 1860
145/145 James W Wade 21 M Farmer TN Married within the year
Rachael 16 F TN Married within the year

Civil War Soldier
James Webster Wade
wife: Margaret Wade, Widow's Pension #8833

1870 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 15, August 29, 1870, Page 8
54/54 Wade, J. W. 32 M W Farmer TN
Rachal 26 F W Housekeeping TN
Martha A 8 F W TN
Finice E 4 M W TN
Leean M 1 F W TN
Williams, Sarah 60 F W TN

Jackson County, Tennessee, Probate Records
July Term 1879, County Court, Page 167
I, J. W. Wade, Guardian of Martha A. Wade, Finis E. Wade, Lean Wade, Isham Wade, Sidney Wade and Margrett Wade minor children of J. W. Wade hereby report to the Honorable court that he received from James Hargis who purchased their intrest in the landed estate of their Grandfather Henderson Williamson deceased for said land on 14 May 1878 the sum of eighty four dollars $84.00 and that is all that he has received of their effects as their Guardian.
Signed: J. W. Wade
Sworn to and subscribed before me this July 28, 1879
Signed: T. H. Butler, DC

Jackson County, Tennessee, Probate Records
Page 167 continued
State of Tennessee, Jackson County
I, H. J. Harley, Clerk of the County Court of said county do hereby proceed to make settlement with J. W. Wade, Guardian of Martha A. Wade, Finis E. Wade, Lean Wade, Isham Wade, Sidney Wade, Margaret Wade minor children of said J. W. Wade and Rachel Wade the latter now deceased and state in account of the same, all of which respectfully submitted to the Honorable Court at August term 1879.
J. W. Wade, Guardian
To amount received of James Hargis on wards interest in land
sold by decree of Chancery Court of Jackson County
Recd 14 May 1878 84.00
Interest to 1 June 1879 5.46 89.46
Credits allowed Guardian by Lawrence Barns
receipt for tuition to ward 6.00
By amount of bill of cost to H. J. Harley for Guardians bond & 3.50
H. J. Harley for settlement $1.00 docketing same 10 cents / order
confirming same 25 cents / order for same to be recorded 25 cents
Recorded 10 cents 1.70 11.20
Recapitulation
To amount of charges 89.46
To amount of Orders 11.20
Balance Ward 78.26

Jackson County, Tennessee, Probate Records
Guardian's Bond, Page 32
State of Tennessee, Jackson County
We, J. W. Wade as Principle are held and firmly bound to the State of Tennessee, in the penal sum of One Hundred and Fifty Dollars.
Witness our hands and seals, this 1 day of December A. D. 1879.
The condition of the above obligation is such, that whereas, the above bound J. W. Wade as Principle has been appointed Guardian of Martha Wade, Finace Wade, Leeann Wade, Sidney Wade, Margaret Wade, Isum Wade minor heir of J. W. Wade.
Now, if the said J. W. Wade shall well and truly perform the duties which are or may be required of him by law as such guardian, then this obligation to be void, otherwise remain full force and virtue.
Acknowledged and approved in open Court, this 1st day of December, 1879.
Signed: J. W. Wade (Seal), D. H. Armistead (Seal), James Hargis (Seal)
Signed: M. B. Young, Judge

1880 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, Civil District 5, ED 57, June 10, 1880, Page 247A
132/132 Webb Wade M 39 Self W Farmer TN NC TN
Martha F 17 Dau S Keeping House TN TN TN
Finas M 12 Son S Work on Farm TN TN TN
Lean F 10 Dau S At Home TN TN TN
Sidney M 8 Son S At Home TN TN TN
Margret F 7 Dau S At Home TN TN TN
Isom M 5 Son S At Home TN TN TN

Jackson County, Tennessee, Probate Records, Page 198
July Term County Court 1880
J. W. Wade Guardian
State of Tennessee, Jackson County
I, H. J. Harley, Clerk of County Court of said county have this day proceeded to state and account and make Settlement with J. W. Wade, Guardian to the minor heirs of J. W. Wade. All of which is respectfully submitted to the Honorable Court this 1st Monday in July 1880.
J. W. Wade, Guardian to and from former Settlement made 1st June 1879 78.26
Interest to 1st June 1880 4.69 82.95
Credits
Amt allowed Guardian for his service & Co. 4.69
Clk, H. J. Harley Settlement 1.00 5.69
Amt due 1st June 1880 77.26
H. J. Harley, Clerk

Jackson County, Tennessee, Probate Records, Page 225
State of Tennessee, Jackson County
I, T. H. Butler, Clerk of the County Court of said County proceed to make settlement with J. W. Wade, Guardian of Martha Wade, Finace Wade, Lee Ann Wade, Sidney Wade, Margaret Wade, Isam Wade minor heirs of J. W. Wade state on account of the same all of which is respectfully submitted to the court at August Term 1881.
J. W. Wade, Guardian
To amt due wards 1 June 1880 77.26
Interest due thereon to 1 June 1881 4.64 81.90
Credits Allowed Guardian
By Clk Butler fees for settlement 1.00, docketing 10 cents, Order confirming
same 25 cents, Order for it to be recorded 25 cents, Recording 25 cents 1.85
Amt allowed Guardian for his services 4.65 6.50
Recapitulation
Amt charges vs Guardian 81.90
Amt Credits 6.50
Amt due wards 1 June 1881 75.40
T. H. Butler, Clerk

Jackson County, Tennessee, Probate Records, Page 16
J. W. Wade, Guardian of Wade Heirs, Settlement
I, J. H. Chaffin, Clerk of the County Court of Jackson County Tennessee have this the 25th day of Jan 1887 proceeded to make a Guardian Settlement with J. W. Wade, Guardian of Martha Wade, Finace Wade, Lee Ann Wade, Sidney Wade, Margrett Wade & Isam Wades minor heirs of Mrs. J. W. Wade Decd and state and account of the same all of which is respectfully submitted to the Hon County Court at its Feb. Term 1887 which is as follows to wit,
J. W. Wade Guardian
To amt due wards on last settlement made June 1st 1881 75.40
Interest on same from June 1st 1881 to Jan 25 1887 25.00
Total Charges 100.40
Credits Allowed Guardian
Clerk Chaffin for making this Settlement 1.00, order confirming 25 cents,
order to record 25 cents, Recording & docketing 35 cents, Issuing 1
notice 25 cents 2.15
Sheriff Brown Ex 1 notice 50 cents ....50
Recapitulation
To amt of Charges to Jan. 25th 1887 73.55
To amt of Credits to Jan. 25th 1887 26.85
Balance Due Wards 73.55
J. H. Chaffin, Clerk

Jackson County, TN, Marriage Bond
Know all men by these presents that we, J. W. Wade & G. W. Wade are held and firmly bound unto the State of Tennessee, in the sum of Twelve Hundred and Fifty Dollars, to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, etc., jointly and severally firmly by these presents.
The Condition of the above Obligation is such: That, whereas J. W. Wade has prayed for a License to marry Margrett Vinson.
Now if there is no lawful cause to obstruct the Marriage for which the License is desired, then this obligation to be void, else to remain in full force and effect.
This 18 day of April 1887.
J. W. Wade (Seal)
George (his X mark) Wade (Seal)

Jackson County, TN, Marriage License
Any Minister of the Gospel having the care of Souls, or to any Judge or Chancellor of said State, or Justice of the Peace of said County -- Greeting:
Either of you are hereby authorized to solemnize the Rites of Matrimony between J. W. Wade and Margrett Vinson agreeable to the acts of the General Assembly of said State. Bond and security having been given according to law. Given under my hand at Office in Gainesboro, this 18 day of April 1887.
J. H. Choffin
Clerk County Court of said County

I solemnized the Rites of Matrimony between the above named parties on the 21 day of April 1887.
John ???, J. P.

Jackson County, Tennessee, Marriages, 1886-1891, Volume 3, Page 87
Wade, J. W. to Margrett Vinson, Bond - April 18, 1887, Marriage - April 21, 1887

Jackson County, Tennessee, Trust Deeds, 1882-1925, Book 3, Page 388
This lease made 16 day of may A.D. 1890 by and between J. W. Wade of the County of Jackson and State of Tennessee of the first part and W. S. Maxey of the second part. Witness that the said part of the first part in consideration of stipulation rents and covenants have hereinafter contained to be paid, kept and performed by the party of the second part, the said first part have granted , demised and let unto the said part of the second part, his successors and assigns for the sale and only purpose of drilling and operating for petrolium, oil and gas and other minerals, all that certain tract of land in fifth precinct of Jackson County and state of Tennessee bounded and described is follow to wit; on the waters of the Dry Fork of Martins Creek and bounded by the lands of T. Byrne, Martin Bell, Joshua Vinson and R. Wade containing eighty acres more or less; reserving therefrom ten acres the building on said premises upon which threre shall be no wells drilled, the boundaries of which shall be designated by the sort of the first part. The said second party hereby agrees in consideration of said lease of the above described premises to give said first party one tenth of all the oil and other minerals produced and saved from said premises. And further agrees to give one hundred dollars per annum for the gas from each well on the above described premises which is _____ piped away and utilized off the above described land. The said second party to pay all damages to growing crops thereon, fruit trees or fences. Said second party has the right which is hereby granted him, to enter upon the above described premises at any time for the purpose of boring and the right of way to and from the place of boring and the exclusive right to lay pipe lines for the purpose of conveying or conducting water steam gas or oil over or across said premises and also the right to remove at any time any or all machinery, oil well supplies, or appertenances of any time belonging to the said second party. The second party agrees to pay for all the timber used off of the said land at a price to be agreed upon before the timber is cut. The said second party is to have and to hold the said permises only for the said pupose for a term of ten years next ensueing this day and year above written and so long thereafter as oil, gas or other minerals shall continue to be found thereon in paying quantities and the part of the first part shall retain possession of said land for all purposes not herein granted to the party of the second part; second party is to all increase taxation on the land of this lease, by reason of his operations thereon. The party of the second part agrees to commence operations within three years on the above described premises, from the date hereof and in case of a failure to commence operations within such time the party of the second part hereby agrees to pay to the party of the first part for such delay, the sum of ten cents per acre per annum, payable annually payment to be made at the Bank of Gainesboro, Jackson County to the credit of said party of first part and the party of the first part hereby agrees to accept such sum as full consideration and payment for such delay until one well shall have been completed, end a failure to complete one well or to make any of such payments within such time as above mentioned renders this lease null and void and no longer binding either party. The provision and terms and conditions of this lease shall extend to the heirs executor and assignes of the respective subscribing thereto, in witness whereof, we the said parties of the first part and second part have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and year first above written.
Signed & Seal: J. W. Wade, Margrett (her X mark) Wade

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me D. L. Armistead, Notary Public of said county, thee within named J. W. Wade and Margrett Wade the bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that they executed the within instrument for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office this 16 day of May 1890.
Signed: D. H. Armistead, Notary Public

1900 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 5, ED 24, June 8, 1900, Page 5B
49/80 Wade, Webb Head W M Oct 1838 61 M 16 TN NC TN
Wade, Margret Wife W F Dec 1861 39 M 16 0 0 TN TN TN
Crofford, Maggie Border W F Mar 1884 16 S TN TN TN

Jackson County, Tennessee, Deeds, 1872-1915, Book M, Page 507
We, J. W. Wade and his wife Margaret Wade have this day bargained and sold and do hereby transfer and vonvey to Robert Apple his heirs and assigns forever for and in consideration of three hundred and fifty dollars ($350.00) to be paid as follows the said Robert Apple executes to me his four promisary notes as follows, first note for fifty dollars due March 1st 1907, second note due March 1st 1908, third note due March 1st 1909, fourth note due March 1st 1910. The above three last notes for one hundred dollars each. All the above notes drawing interest from the 1st day of March 1907 and a lien retained on the land herein after described to secure the payments of said notes a certain tract of land lying in the 11th civil district of Jackson County State of Tennessee and bounded as follows: Beginning on a planted stone below a garden where A. O. Birdwell once lived running thence through said garden on the east side of a ditch 12 ft from the same to a stone between the barn and branch then with the branch to (Pruitt Bros) line to a stake thence south with Pruitt line to the line of J. W. Wade and on southward with his line to Vinsons line thence east with Vinsons line to the Forks of the branch thence southward up the branch and east to (Henry Browns) line thence northward to Draper line thence west to the branch so as to include all that is known as the Nancy Young tract thence down the branch to the beginning containing 65 acres beht same more or less but it is understood that I am only transfer in this deed to Robert Apple two thirds of the Nancy Young tract which contains 7 acres more or less to have and hold said land to the said Robert Applis his heirs and assigns forever we covenant that we are lawfully seized and possess of said land and have a good right to convey the same and it is unincumbered we further covenant and bind ourselves our heirs and representatives to forever warrant and defend said forever against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever in witness whereof we hereinto sign our names this 26th day of September 1906.
Signed: J. W. Wade
Margaret (her X mark) Wade
Attest: Herman Harris

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me John Cale a Notary Public in and for the aforesaid county and State. J. W. Wade the foregoing bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted and acknowledged that he executed the foregoing deed for the purpose therein contained and Margarett Wade wife of said J. W. Wade having personally appeared before me privately and apart from her said husband the said J. W. Wade and acknowledged that she executed the foregoing deed freely voluntarily and understandingly without compulsion or constraint on the part of her said husband for the purposes therein expressed. Witness my hand and official seal at office in Granville, Tenn. this 26th day of Sept 1906.
Signed & Seal: John Cale, Notary Public

1910 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee
285/296 Wade, James W Head M W 70 M 23 TN NC TN CA (Confederate Army)
Marget E Wife F W 47 M 23 TN TN TN

1920 Census, Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee, Civil District 5, Gainesboro Road
136/135 Wade, James Webb Head O F M W 80 M TN TN TN Farmer
Wade, Margarite Elizabeth Wife F W 56 M TN TN TN None

Jackson County, Tennessee, Tax Lists 1872-1874, 1878-1884
Name Acres Value Tax Year District
Wade, J. W. 50 $540.00 $6.41 1873 15
Wade, J. W. 50 $348.00 $6.53 1874 15
Wade, J. W. 52 $300.00 $4.76 1878 5
Wade, J. W. 53 $300.00 $3.64 1879 5
Wade, J. W. 53 $350.00 $4.80 1880 5
Wade, J. W. 70 $360.00 $5.42 1881 5
Wade, J. W. 70 $500.00 $4.75 1882 5
Wade, J. W. 73 $500.00 $5.95 1883 5
Wade, J. W. 73 $500.00 $8.67 1884 5


Jackson County, Tennessee, Deaths, 1925
Certificate: 311
Age: 86y
Birth Place: near Granville, TN
Death: 30 Jan 1925
Father: Hampton Wade
Mother: Millie Pharis
Birth Place near Granville, TN.1 
Last EditedMay 6, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Martha Tennessee Wade1

Female, #22404, b. January 24, 1839, d. October 28, 1904
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherHampton Ray Wade1 b. 1812, d. before Apr 1, 1895
MotherEmelia Pharris1 b. 1814, d. after Jul, 1890
BirthJanuary 24, 1839Martha was born January 24, 1839 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriageabout 1860She married Jones H Brown, son of Henderson Brown and Melvina Birdwell, about 1860 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of Daughter1861Her daughter Milly was born in 1861 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Son1863Her son James was born in 1863 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Daughter1866Her daughter Sarah was born in 1866 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Son1867Her son Alfred was born in 1867 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Sonbefore June 1, 1869Her son Jermiah was born before June 1, 1869 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Daughter1871Her daughter Elizabeth was born in 1871 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Son1873Her son Hampton was born in 1873 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Daughter1876Her daughter Fanny was born in 1876 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonFebruary, 1878Her son Jones was born in February, 1878 in Wilson County, Tennessee.1 
DeathOctober 28, 1904Martha died October 28, 1904 in Jackson County, Tennessee at age 65.1  
BurialHer body was buried in Byrne Cemetery, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 

Family

Jones H Brown b. 1836
Children 1.Milly J Brown1 b. 1861
 2.James D Brown1 b. 1863
 3.Sarah J Brown1 b. 1866
 4.Alfred W Brown1 b. 1867
 5.Jermiah S Brown1 b. before Jun 1, 1869
 6.Elizabeth E Brown1 b. 1871
 7.Hampton R Brown1 b. 1873
 8.Fanny C Brown1 b. 1876
 9.Jones H Brown Jr1 b. Feb, 1878
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Isham Wade1

Male, #22405, b. 1844, d. before 1887
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherHampton Ray Wade1 b. 1812, d. before Apr 1, 1895
MotherEmelia Pharris1 b. 1814, d. after Jul, 1890
Birth1844Isham was born 1844 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Deathbefore 1887Isham died before 1887 in an unknown place .1  
Note Isham Wade married and died before his father, Hampton, whose will was probated April 1, 1895. Isham Wade's heirs were then living in Texas.1 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Downey M Wade1

Male, #22406, b. January 8, 1846, d. June 9, 1907
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherHampton Ray Wade1 b. 1812, d. before Apr 1, 1895
MotherEmelia Pharris1 b. 1814, d. after Jul, 1890
BirthJanuary 8, 1846Downey was born January 8, 1846 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage1873He married Amanda E Brown, daughter of Jimmerson Brown and Nancy Trott, 1873 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonSeptember, 1874His son Alvin was born in September, 1874 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Son1879His son Charlie was born in 1879 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJuly, 1879His son William was born in July, 1879 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJanuary, 1881His son Alford was born in January, 1881 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonAugust 22, 1883His son Bailey was born on August 22, 1883 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterApril, 1886His daughter Ova was born in April, 1886 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonMarch 10, 1891His son Downey was born on March 10, 1891 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of SonNovember 15, 1896His son, Alvin Wade, married Maggie Sadler on November 15, 1896 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SonMarch 23, 1901His son, Bailey, died on March 23, 1901 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of DaughterSeptember 11, 1904His daughter, Ova Dura Wade, married Franklin Pierce Byrne on September 11, 1904 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of SonJanuary 4, 1906His son, William Charles Wade, married Hattie L Isbell on January 4, 1906 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
DeathJune 9, 1907Downey died June 9, 1907 in Jackson County, Tennessee at age 61.1  
BurialHis body was buried in Byrne Cemetery, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 

Family

Amanda E Brown b. 26 Jan 1851, d. 15 Mar 1915
Children 1.Alvin Wade+1 b. Sep, 1874, d. before 1920
 2.Charlie C Wade+1 b. 1879
 3.William Charles Wade1 b. Jul, 1879, d. Apr 12, 1954
 4.Dr Alford Wade1 b. Jan, 1881
 5.Bailey B Wade1 b. Aug 22, 1883, d. Mar 23, 1901
 6.Ova Dura Wade+1 b. Apr, 1886
 7.Downey Jones Wade+1 b. Mar 10, 1891, d. Oct 25, 1958
Note 1880 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 5, Page 247B
D. Wade Self M M W 33 Farmer TN TN TN
Amanda Wade Wife F M W 26 Keeping House TN TN TN
Alvin Wade Son M S W 6 At Home TN TN TN
William Wade Son M S W 4 At Home TN TN TN
Charlie Wade Son M S W 1 At Home TN TN TN
George Wade Cousin M S W 22 Works on Farm TN TN TN
Emma Craig Niece F S W 11 At Home TN TN TN

1900 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 5
Wade, Downey Head W M Jan 1846 53 M 27 TN NC TN
Mandy Wife W F Jan 1857 49 M 27 5 5 TN TN TN
Billy C Son W M Jul 1877 22 S TN TN TN
Alford Son W M Jun 1881 18 S TN TN TN
Baley Son W M Aug 1883 16 S TN TN TN
Dura Dau W F Apr 1886 14 S TN TN TN
Downey J Son W M Mar 1890 10 S TN TN TN

Jackson County, Tennessee, Tax List 1872-1874, 1878-1884
Name Acres Value Tax Year District
Wade, Downey $1.00 1872 15
Wade, Downey $2.50 1873 15
Wade, Downey $2.50 1874 15
Wade, Downey $2.00 1878 5
Wade, Downey $1.75 1879 5
Wade, Downey $2.00 1880 5
Wade, Downey 80 $270.00 $4.57 1881 5
Wade, Downey $1.50 1882 5
Wade, Downey 80 $225.00 $3.50 1883 5
Wade, Downey 80 $225.00 $4.72 1884 5
Note: It appears that District 15 was changed to District 5 between 1875 and 1877.1 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Hannah Pharris1

Female, #22407, b. 1822, d. between 1880 and 1885
FatherJames Pharris1 d. Dec, 1854
MotherMary Jane1
RelationshipHannah Pharris is a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Hannah is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Birth1822Hannah was born 1822 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriageabout 1840She married Robert S Wade, son of Downey Wade and Martha Richardson, about 1840 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of Daughter1843Her daughter Amy was born in 1843 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJuly, 1846Her son Littleton was born in July, 1846 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Daughter1852Her daughter Adeline was born in 1852 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Daughter1854Her daughter Susan was born in 1854 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonOctober 8, 1859Her son Thomas was born on October 8, 1859 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Deathbetween 1880 and 1885Hannah died between 1880 and 1885 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  

Family

Robert S Wade b. 1818, d. bt 1891 - 1900
Children 1.Amy Wade1 b. 1843
 2.Littleton C Wade+1 b. Jul, 1846
 3.Adeline Wade1 b. 1852
 4.Susan Wade+1 b. 1854, d. Aug 22, 1885
 5.Thomas Alexander Wade+1 b. Oct 8, 1859, d. Jan 10, 1898
Note Jackson County, Tennessee, Deed, Book E, Page 491
State of Tennessee, Jackson County
I James Pharis in consideration of love and affection have this day conveyed to Hanner Wade a tract or parcel of land known as the Bus Buller place or the Job Meadows fifty acre _____ it lying & being in the County of Jackson and State of Tennessee and in District no. 11 and said to contain fifty acres and bounded as follows beginning on a beech on the top of a high ridge dividing the waters of said branches & _____ south one hundred & twenty five poles to a white oak & ash. Thence east crossing a branch of the big branch at 48 poles and also 6-7 poles in all 74 poles to a sugartree on the west side of a hill near a spring thence west to the beginning to have & to hold the said tract to Hanner Wade & her heirs forever. I James Pharis covenant & bind myself my heirs & assigns forever that I am lawfully siezed of said land & have a good right to convey the same to Hanner Wade & her heirs forever. I further bind myself to defend the title to the said Hanner Wade and her heirs forever. This 3rd February 1843.
Signed: James Pharis
Witness: Nathan Huff

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me J. H. Choffin, clerk of the County Court of Jackson County; aforesaid Nathan Huff one of the subscribing witnesses to the within deed who being first sworn deposed & said that he was personally acquainted with James Pharis in his life time the bargainor & that he acknowledged the same in his presence to be his act & deed upon the day it bears date & for the purposes therein expressed.
Witness my hand of office this February 15th 1892.
Signed: J. H. Choffin, Clerk

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me, Henry P. Loftis, Deputy Clerk of the County Court of said County. C. C. Collier & Joshua Vinson with whom I am personally acquainted who being by me first duly sworn deposed & said that they were acquainted with the handwriting of James Pharris the bargainor to the ____ deed and that his signature thereto is genuine & in his own proper hand writing. Witness my hand of office in Gainesboro this February 27, 1892.
Signed: J. H. Choffin, Clerk by Henry P. Loftis DC
Recd for registration March 5, 1892, 12 o'clock __. S Sway R?C

Jackson County, Tennessee, Chancery Court Minutes, 1840 - 1861, Page 20
Dudley Brown acknowledges in open Court that he is indebted to the President & directors of the Bank of Tennessee .. and transfers ..... to them the amount decreed him by the Chancery Court in the cases of Hannah Wade by next friend R. A. Cox and Robert Wade, Sally Ann Gettings by next friend R. A. Cox .. and Alexander Gettings ..
Hannah Wade by next friend R. A. Cox vs Robert Wade and Dudley Brown ..

Jackson County, Tennessee, Chancery Court Minutes, 1840 - 1861, Page 15
Hannah Wade by next friend Robert A. Cox vs Robert Wade and Dudley Brown. Concerns sale of interest of Hannah Wade and her husband Robert Wade of her interest in the real and personal estate of her father James Pharis deceased to defendant Dudley Brown. Sale is set aside. Wades must refund purchase price .. and pay cost of suit. $115 plus interest since 12 May 1858 .. also pay Robert A. Cox.1 
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Citations

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Amy Wade1

Female, #22408, b. 1843
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherRobert S Wade1 b. 1818, d. between 1891 and 1900
MotherHannah Pharris1 b. 1822, d. between 1880 and 1885
Birth1843Amy was born 1843 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Amy's death. 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Littleton C Wade1

Male, #22409, b. July, 1846
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherRobert S Wade1 b. 1818, d. between 1891 and 1900
MotherHannah Pharris1 b. 1822, d. between 1880 and 1885
BirthJuly, 1846Littleton was born July, 1846 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriageabout 1872He married Sarah E about 1872 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonApril, 1873His son James was born in April, 1873 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterSeptember, 1875His daughter Hannah was born in September, 1875 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonOctober, 1877His son McNabb was born in October, 1877 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterJanuary, 1880His daughter Nancy was born in January, 1880 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Littleton C's death. 

Family

Sarah E b. Nov 1843, d. b 1920
Children 1.James R Wade+1 b. Apr, 1873, d. before 1910
 2.Hannah Rachel Wade1 b. Sep, 1875
 3.McNabb Wade1 b. Oct, 1877
 4.Nancy Victoria Wade1 b. Jan, 1880
Note 1870 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 11
129 Wade, Robert 53 M W Farmer 200 NC
Hanah 49 F W Housekeeping TN
Littleton C 23 M W TN
Susan 15 F W TN
Alexander 12 M W TN

Jackson County, Tennessee, Trust Deeds, 1882-1877, Book A, Page 43 & 44
For the purpose of securing to A. B. Holleman the sum of fifty dollars due this day by account twelve dollars & 35 cents the balance to be due when we get good as _____ that the said A. B. Holleman has this day agreed to furnish as we need them we hereby mortgage our entire crop of tobacco say about five acres or all that we can cultivate this year to James Hargis the condition of this obligation is such that should we pay of & satisfy said debt or so much as we should owe or take up on or before the first day of January next then this obligations to be void but should we fail so to do then the said Hargis may advertise the said tobacco for sale ten days _____ to sale & then sell the said tobacco for cash or so much as will take to satisfy said debt & cost this the 28th of May 1872.
Signed: L. C. Wade, Robert (his X mark) Wade
Teste: ?. L. Mahoney

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me William G. Cox, Clerk of Jackson County Court, L. C. Wade the above named bargainor withwhom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged the within and foregoing to be his act and Deed for the purposes therein contained witness my hand at office this the 28th of November 1872.
Signed: W. G. Cox, Clerk

Jackson County, Tennessee, Trust Deeds, 1872-1877, Book A, Page 192
I L. C. Wade of Jackson Tenn for an in consideration of one dollar & other purposes herein mentioned I hereby transfer and convey to Wm. S. Johnson intrust my entire tabacco crop that I raised on the Web Smith lands. With lands Robins & William Runels in the year 1874 for the following purposes and no other to wit. I am indebted to the said Johnson sixty five dollars and 45 cents and I am dezirous to secure and make certain the payments of said debt. Now if I should pay off and fully discharge the above mentioned debt on or before the first day of February 1875 then this conveyance is null and void and of no effect but if I fail to pay said debt by said time then Wm. S. Johnson is authorized after advertising for ten days at 3 places one of which sall be at Granville to sell for cash in hand to the highest bidder said tobacco and apply the proceeds to the payment of said debt and the remainder if any there be pay over the said Wade this November the 14th 1874.
Signed: L. C. Wade
Witness: A. C. Wheeler
Elisha Wheeler

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me H. J. Harley, Clerk of the County Court of Jackson County, L. C. Wade with whom I am personally acquainted and acknowledged the execution of the within deed to be his act and deed for the purpose therein contained on the date it bares date witness at office in Gainesboro this Nov. 16th 1874.
Signed: H. J. Harley, Clerk

Jackson County, Tennessee, Trust Deed, 1872-1877, Page 208
I L. C. Wade and Robert Wade of Jackson County, Tennessee for an in consideration of a dollar & other purposes therein after mentioned. We hereby transfer and convey to Wm. S. Johnson in trust our entire tobacco crop that we own and raise in the year 1875. Where said Wades now lives for the following purposes and no other to wit. I am indebted to the said Johnson three hundred and seventy five dollars & 85 cents and I am desirous to secure & make certain that payment of said debt. Now if I should pay off and ____ discharge the above mentioned debt on or before the first day of March 1876, then this conveyance is null & voide & of no effect, but if I fail to pay said debt by said time then Wm. S. Johnson is authorized after advertising of ten days at 3 places on of which shall be at Granville to sell for cash in hand to the highest bidder said tobacco & apply the proceeds to the payment of said debt & the remainder if any then be pay over to said Waides. This July the 1st 1875.
Signed: L. C. Wade, Robbert Wade
Attest: Hyram Pharris, Henry Jackson

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me H. J. Harley Clerk of the County court of Jackson County. L. C. Wade and Robert Wade with whom I am personally acquainted and acknowledged the execution of the within deeds to be there act and deed for the purposes therein contained on the date it bares date. Witness at office in Gainesboro this July 5th 1875.
Signed: H. J. Harley, clk


1880 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 5, Page 247B
Littleton Wade Self M M W 32 Farmer TN NC NC
Sarah Wade Wife F M W 35 Keeping House TN NC NC
James Wade Son M S W 7 At Home TN TN TN
Rachel Wade Dau F S W 5 At Home TN TN TN
McKnab Wade Son M S W 3 At Home TN TN TN
Nancy Wade Dau F S W 4M At Home TN TN TN

Jackson County, Tennessee, Deeds, Book F, Page 558-559
We, L. C. Wade and his wife Sarah E. Wade have this day bargained and sold and do hereby transfer and convey to James Hargis, for and in consideration of one hundred and fifteen dollars to us in hand paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged. A certain tract of land lying int he State of Tennessee County of Jackson Civil District No. 5, on the Big Branch and bounded as follows to wit: Beginning at the Suck Spring at the head of the Spring the corner of Druey Spurlocks and thence with the meanders of the branch north west to the Bollins line the south boundary line. thence East, with said line to the top of the hill to a black locus my corner and John Bills. Thence south east with John Bills line to a stake at the old Still House Road. Thence south east with said line to a stake M. T. Wades north east corner thence south west with M. T. Wades line to a stake. Thence on with said line north west to a Beech. Thence west ward to a stake in M. T. Wades north boundary line thence northward to the beginning, containing fifty acres more or less, it being the same land we bought of Richards Brokks. To have and to hold the same unto the said James Hargis his heirs and assigns forever we covenant that we are lawfully seized and possessed of said land and have a good night to convey the same and every part thereof, and it is unincombered. And we further covenant, and bind ourselves our heirs and representatives to forever warrant and defend said title to the said James Hargis his heirs and assigns for ever agaainst all person whom so ever: in witness whereof we hereunto set our hands and signature this Feb. the 27th 1897.
Signed: L. C. Wade, Sarah E (her X mark) Wade
Witness: John Cale

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me John Cale Notary Public for said County, L. C. Wade and his wife Sarah E. Wade the within named bargainers with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledge that they executed the within deed for the purpose therein expressed contained and Sarah E. Wade wife of the said L. C. Wade having appeared before privately and apart from her said husband the said L. C. Wade and who acknowledged that she executed the within deed freely voluntarily and understandingly and without compulsion or constraint from the said husband and for the purpose therein expressed. Given under my hand and Notary Seal at office Granville this Feby the 27th 1897.
Signed: John Cale, Notary Public
Received for record Feby 27 1897 at 9 o'clock am.
L A Jenkins RJC

Jackson County, Tennessee, Deeds, Book G, Page 450-452
We, L. C. Wade and his wife Sarah Elizabeth Wade in consideration of Geo. G. Haile paying W. W. Draper forty dollars. M. J. Dixon thirty five dollards. Gasden White and Anderson twenty dollars. Fifteen dollars to Joshua Haile, ten dollars cost tothe clerk and master of the Chancery Court of Jackson County, Tennessee in the case of L Ray Reauseau and ____ against L. C. Wade and also sixty dollars that we owe said Geo. G. Haile his fee as our attorney in the case of Sarah Wade and others against L. C. Wade and the ____, L. C. Wade and of his against W. E. Jones & others and L. Ray Reauseau and other again W. E. Jones and others consolidated causes determined at the March Term of the Chancery Court of Jackson County 1896 and the taxes do sell and convey to Geo. G. Haile a tract of parcel of land known as the Bus Butler place or the Job Meadows fifty acre entry it lying and being in the County of Jackson and State of Tennessee and in District No. 11 and said to contain fifty acres and bounded as follows. Beginning on a Beech on the top of a high ridge dividing the waters of said branch and running south one hundred and five poles to a White Oak and Ash. Thence east crossing a branch of the Big Branch at 48 poles and also 26 poles in all 74 poles to a Sugar tree on the west side of a hill near a spring. Thence north with J M Burgiss line to the top of the ridge and thence around the Birch of the hill on the north side to the beginning. And also about four acres that lies south of this above tract and bounded as follows: Beginning on a White Oak and Ash the south west corner of the above discribed tract then running sourth with John Collins line to J. M. Burgiss corner. Thence east with J. M. Burgins line to three Beeches, Thence north with J. M. Burgiss line to a Sugar tree. Thence west 74 poles to the beginning to have and to hold the said tracts to the said Geo. G. Haile and his heirs forever. We convenant and bind ourselves, our heirs and assigns forever that we are lawfully seized of said land and have a good right to convey to same to Geo. G. Haile & his heirs forever, we further bind ourselves to warrant and defend the titles to said land agains the lawful claims of all persons. Whomsoever this January 11th 1897
Signed: L. C. Wade, Sarah Elizabeth (her X mark) Wade
Wittness: J. M. Upchurch

State of Tennessee, White County
Personally appeared before me W. G. Sims, Clerk of the County court of said county the within named Sarah Elizabeth Wade the bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted and acknowledged that she executed the within instrument for the purposes therein contained and Sarah Elizabeth Wade, wife of the said L. C. Wade having personally appeared before me privately and apart from her said husband the said Sarah E. Wade acknowledged the execution of the said Deed to have been done by her freely voluntarily and understandingly, without compulsion or constraint from her said husband, and for the purposes therein expressed. Witness W. G. Sims, Clerk of said court at office, this __ day of Jany 1897. Signed: W. G. Sims, Clerk

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me W. H. Brooks, Clerk of the County Court of said L. C. Wade the bargainor or with whom I am personally acquainted who acknowledged that he executed the within deed for the purposes therein expressed. Witness my hand at office this January 11th 1897.
Signed: W. H. Brooks, Clerk
Received for record Feb. 18th at 9-10 am 1897.
Recorded January 12, at 2 o'clock pm 1899.
L. A. Jenkins, RJC


1900 Census, Sumner County, Tennessee, Civil District 10
327 Wade, L. C. Head W M Jul 1846 53 M 28 TN NC TN
S. E. Wife W F Nov 1843 56 M 28 5 4 TN NC NC
H. R. Dau W F Sep 1875 24 S TN TN TN
Mc Son W M Oct 1877 22 S TN TN TN
Victoria Dau W F Feb 1880 20 S TN TN TN
J. R. Son W F Apr 1873 27 M 0 TN TN TN
Alma D-Law W F Mar 1878 23 M 0 TN TN TN
Warren, Wm Boarder W M Jul 1837 62 Wd TN TN TN

1910 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, Civil District 5, Page 7
130/136 Wade, Littleton C Head M W 63 M 38 TN NC TN
Sarah E Wife F W 66 M 38 5 3 TN NC VA
Hannah R Dau F W 33 S TN TN TN
Nancy V Dau F W 27 S TN TN TN

1920 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, Civil District 5, Page 7A
123 Wade, Littleton Sr. Head O F M W 72 Wd TN TN TN
Wade, Hannah Rachel Dau F W 35 S TN TN TN
Wade, Nancy Victoria Dau F W 28 S TN TN TN

Jackson County, Tennessee, Tax List 1872-1874, 1878-1884
Name Acres Value Tax Year District
Wade, Littleton $1.00 1872 11
Wade, Littleton $2.50 1873 11
Wade, L. C. 20 $75.00 $2.24 1879 5
Wade, L. C. 73 $350.00 $2.80 1880 5
Wade, L. C. 30 $200.00 $2.80 1882 5.1 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Collie C Vaughn1

Male, #22410, b. September 13, 1922, d. March 24, 1948
Relationships7th cousin 1 time removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 5 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherCollie C Vaughn1 b. May 8, 1896, d. Dec 16, 1932
MotherMollie O Wade1 b. Aug 14, 1899, d. Jul 25, 1970
BirthSeptember 13, 1922Collie was born September 13, 1922 in Baxter, Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Death of FatherDecember 16, 1932His father, Collie, died on December 16, 1932 in La Jara, Conejos County, Colorado.1 
DeathMarch 24, 1948Collie died March 24, 1948 in Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado at age 25 due to Exposure and Freezing.1  
BurialHis body was buried in Sanford Cemetery, Sanford, Conejos County, Colorado.1 
Note Moved from Tennessee to Colorado at the age of seven (7) years, which would have been about 1929 or 1930.

In letter's from Mollie to her mother, Paralee Wade, she mentions Clarence. The death certificate shows his name as Collie C. Vaughn. Possibly the middle name was Clarence.

Colorado State Archives
Colorado Civilian Conservation Corps Enrollees - "V"
Name, County of Residence, Birth Date, Assigned Camp
Vaughn, Collie Clarence, Conejos, 9/13/22, F-49-C

Collie C Vaughn was Inducted into the Army on March 10, 1943 and his Admission was on April 1, 1943.
He had a rank of Private in Company A, 56th Batalion, 12th Regiment and was stationed at Camp Joseph T. Robinson in Arkansas. Collie was admitted to Camp hospital on April 2, 1943 and was diagnosed with Dementia Praecox, Catatonic Type. He was escorted by an Army Major from Arkansas to Colorado, where he was admitted to the Colorado State Hospital on June 15, 1943. Collie was in the Army for three months.

Dr. P. L. Cabibbe of the Colorado State Hospital was the admitting physician on June 15, 1943. After completing his family history, personal history, physical and mental examination concluded that Collie C. Vaughn had Dementia Praecox, Catatonic type. The treatment for the diagnosis was shock treatment.
He ran away or escaped the hospital on several occassions.

State of Colorado
Standard Certificate of Death
State File #: 3180
Registrar's #: 180 Dist: 191
1. Place of Death:
a) County - Pueblo, b) City or Town - Pueblo, c) Name of Hospital or instution: 7 miles west of Pueblo, d) Length of stay in hospital or institution - 5 years
2. Usual Residence of Deceased:
a) State - Colorado, b) County - Conejos, c) City or Town - La Jara, Colo.
3. Full Name: a) Collie C Vaughn, b) If Veteran, name war - 2nd World, c) Social Security - n/a
4. Sex - Male
5. Color or Race - White
6. Single, widowed, married, divorced - Single
7. Birth date of deceased - September 13, 1922
8. Age - 25 years, 4 months, 29 days
9. Birthplace - Baxter, Tenn
10. Usual occupation - None, Hospital Patient
11. Industry or business - n/a
Father
12. Name - Collie C Vaughn 13. Birthplace - No Data, Tenn.
Mother
14. Maiden Name - Mollie Anderson 15. Birthplace - No Data, Tenn.
16. a) Informant's own signature - Rec. Colo. State Hospital b) Address - Pueblo, Colorado
17. a) Removal, b) Date thereof - 3-25-48, c) Place, burial or cremation - Romeo Colo
18. a) Signature of Funeral Director - Rouch Funeral Home, O D Rouch, b) Address - Pueblo, Colorado
19. a) Date received local registrar - Mar. 25, 1948 by W E Buck
Medical Certification
20. Date of death: Month - February, Day - 12, Year - 1948, Hour - Unknown
21. I hereby certify that I attend the deceased from _______________, 19__, to ______________, 19__:
that I last saw him on March 25th 1948: and that death occurred on the date and hour state above.
Immediate cause of death: Exposure and Freezing, Due to Dimentia Precox
22. If death was due to external causes, fill in the following: n/a
23. Signature: C W Caldwell M.D., Coroner, Pueblo, Co., Date signed: 3/25/48

To clarify line 20 and 21, regarding the death of Collie C. Vaughn. He ran away from the hospital while taking out the laundry on February 12, 1948. He was apprehended by hospital staff, but they could not catch him. His body was found on March 24, 1948 on Siloam Road. Cause of death was exposure and freezing, as stated in line 21.

Newspaper Article
HOSPITAL PATIENT IS FOUND DEAD IN PASTURE OF DAIRY
The partly decomposed body of an escaped Colorado State hospital male patient, missing since Feb. 12, was found Wednesday afternoon in a pasture on the P. K. Hudspeth ranch seven miles southwest of Pueblo.
Dr. Fred H. Zimmerman, hospital superintendent, identified the man as Collie C. Vaughn, 28, committed from La Jara, Colo., in 1935.
The body was discovered, hatless and coatless and clad in hospital clothes, by Percy A. Pratt of Siloam Star route, who notified Undersherriff John Krutka.
Death was attributed to freezing and exposure. The body, when found, lay underneath a clump of cedar trees as though Vaughn had sought their shelter from the weather.
He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mollie Vaughn of La Jara.

Newspaper Article
MISSING PATIENT FOUND FROZEN IN HUDSPETH PASTURE
The partly decomposed body of an escaped Colorado State hospital male patient, missing since Feb. 12, was found Wednesday afternoon in a pasture on the P. K. Hudspeth ranch seven miles southwest of Pueblo.
Dr. F. H. Zimmerman, hospital superintendent, identified the man as Collie C. Vaughn, 28, committed from La Jara, Colo., in 1935.
The body was discovered, hatless and coatless and clad in hospital clothes, by Percy A. Pratt of Siloam Star route, who notified Undersherriff John Krutka.
Death was attributed to freezing and exposure. The body lay underneath a clump of cedar trees.
He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mollie Vaughn of La Jara.1 
DescriptionCollie C Vaughn was described as Medical: Dementia praecox, catatonic type.1 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Kay Van Dorn1

Female, #22413
RelationshipKay Van Dorn is a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Kay Van is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Lane MacClaren Douglas1

Male, #22414
RelationshipLane MacClaren Douglas is a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Lane MacClaren is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 

Family

Jo Anne Wade
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Amanda E Brown1

Female, #22415, b. January 26, 1851, d. March 15, 1915
FatherJimmerson Brown1 b. Oct 1, 1806, d. Aug 1, 1879
MotherNancy Trott1
RelationshipAmanda E Brown is a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Amanda E is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
BirthJanuary 26, 1851Amanda was born January 26, 1851 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage - no infoShe married (given name not known) Craig. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1868Her daughter Emma was born about 1868.1 
Marriage1873She married Downey M Wade, son of Hampton Ray Wade and Emelia Pharris, 1873 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonSeptember, 1874Her son Alvin was born in September, 1874 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Son1879Her son Charlie was born in 1879 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJuly, 1879Her son William was born in July, 1879 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of FatherAugust 1, 1879Her father, Jimmerson, died on August 1, 1879 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJanuary, 1881Her son Alford was born in January, 1881 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonAugust 22, 1883Her son Bailey was born on August 22, 1883 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterApril, 1886Her daughter Ova was born in April, 1886 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonMarch 10, 1891Her son Downey was born on March 10, 1891 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of SonNovember 15, 1896Her son, Alvin Wade, married Maggie Sadler on November 15, 1896 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SonMarch 23, 1901Her son, Bailey, died on March 23, 1901 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of DaughterSeptember 11, 1904Her daugher, Ova Dura Wade, married Franklin Pierce Byrne on September 11, 1904 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of SonJanuary 4, 1906Her son, William Charles Wade, married Hattie L Isbell on January 4, 1906 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SpouseJune 9, 1907She was widowed when her husband, Downey, died on June 9, 1907 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of Sonabout 1910Her son, Charlie C Wade, married Clara Brooks about 1910.1 
DeathMarch 15, 1915Amanda died March 15, 1915 in Jackson County, Tennessee at age 64.1  
BurialHer body was buried in Byrne Cemetery, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 

Family 1

(given name not known) Craig
Child 1.Emma Craig1 b. about 1868

Family 2

Downey M Wade b. 8 Jan 1846, d. 9 Jun 1907
Children 1.Alvin Wade+1 b. Sep, 1874, d. before 1920
 2.Charlie C Wade+1 b. 1879
 3.William Charles Wade1 b. Jul, 1879, d. Apr 12, 1954
 4.Dr Alford Wade1 b. Jan, 1881
 5.Bailey B Wade1 b. Aug 22, 1883, d. Mar 23, 1901
 6.Ova Dura Wade+1 b. Apr, 1886
 7.Downey Jones Wade+1 b. Mar 10, 1891, d. Oct 25, 1958
Name Variation Amanda E Brown was also known as Mandy.1 
DeedSeptember 9, 1907She sold property on September 9, 1907 in Jackson County, Tennessee. Jackson County, Tennessee, Deeds, 1872-1915, Book M, Page 45-47
We Amanda Wade, Alvin C. Wade and his wife Margarrett Wade, William C. Wade and his wife Hattie Wade, Charley Wade and his wife Clara Wade, Alford Wade and Bryne and her husband Pierce Byrne and Downey Wade (Sr). Each jointly and severaly for themselves have this day bargained and sold and do hereby transfer and convey to James Lambert and John Lambert their heirs and assigns forever for and in consideration of one thousand dollars ($1000.00) for which the said James and John Lambert executes to Amanda Wade their promisary note for one thousand dollars due January the 1, 1908 and a lien retained on the land herein after describes to secure the payment of this note a certain tract of land lying in the fifth civil district of Jackson County Tennessee and bounders as follows to wit: Beginning on a Sugar Tree on the ridge in Berseon Byrne south boundary line thence southward with James Lambert east boundry line to a Sugar tree then eastward with James Lamberts made by James Hargis and James Vinson thence with james Lambert line to the Dogwood near the top of the ridge thence northward with conditional line made by James Vinson and James Hargis 42 poles to a Popular thence northward 48 poles to a stake in the old Shepperdville Road thence westward with the meanders of said road 44 poles to a stake in the lower edge of said road thence downt he hill a few poles to Byrnes Poplar ____ thence north west with Byrnes south boundary line to the beginning containing by estimation 70 acres be the same more or less our several shiers hereby transfered is as follows to wit: Downey Wade died seized and possessed of the above desbribed land and Amandy Wade is his widow and said land reverts to her during her natural life at her death it reverts to Alvin C. Wade, William C. Wade, Charlie Wade, Alford Wade, Ova Byrne and Downey Wade Jr. there living six heirs all being legal heirs of Downey Wade Decd and Amandy Wade being equal in six shares and the smae land is undivided and the above discribes interests is what we transfer to James and John Lambert to have and to hold to the said James Lambert and John Lambert their heirs and assigns forever our several interests in said land we covenant that we are lawfully seized of said shares and have a good right to convey the same and it is unincumbered we further convenant and bind ourselves our heirs and assigns to forever warrant and defend said title to the said James Lambert and John Lambert their heirs and assigns forever against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever in testimony whereof we subscribe our names on this the 9 of Sept 1907.
Signed: Amanda (her X mark) Wade
Alvin C. Wade
Margrett Wade
Ova Byrne
Pierce Byrne
Charlie Wade
Clara Wade
Alford Wade
Will Wade
Hattie Wade
Witness: John Cale

State of Tennessee, Putnam County
Personally appeared before me R. H. Farley, a Notary Public in and for said county the within named bargainor Will Wade, Hattie Wade with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that they executed the within instrument for the purposes therin contained and Hattie Wade wife fo the said Will Waid having personally appeared bofore me privately and apart from her husband the said Hattie Wade acknowledged the execution of the said deed to have been done by her freely voluntarily and understandinly without compulsion or constrant from her said husband and for the purpose therein expressed. witness my hand and official this 20 day of Dec. 1907.
Signed: R. H. Farley, Notary Public

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me John Cale Notary Public in and for the aforesaid county and state. Amanda Wade, A. C. Wade, Orie Byrne, F. P. Byrne the foregoing with whom I am acquainted and acknowledged that they executed the foregoing deed for the purpose therein contained and Margrett Wade wife of said Alvin Wade, Ovie Byrne wife of Pierce Byrne having personally appeared before me privately and apart from her said husbands the said Alvin Wade and Pierce Byrne acknowledged that they executed the foregoing deed freely voluntarily and understandingly without compulsion or constrant on the part f their said husbands for the purposes therin expressed. Witness my hand and official seal at office in Granville, Tenn this 9th day of Sept 1907.
Signed: John Cale, Notary Public

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me John Cale Notary Public in and for the aforesaid county and state. Charlie Wade and Alford Wade the foregoing bargainors with whom I am personally acquainted and acknowledged that they executed the foregoing deed for the purpose therein contained and Clara Wade wife of said Charlie Wade having personally appeared before me privately and apart from her said husband the said Charlie Wade and acknowledged that she executed the foregoing deed freely voluntarily and understandingly without compulsion or constrant on the part of her said husband for the purpose therin expressed. Witness my hand and official seal at office in Granville, Tenn this 2nd day of September 1907.
Signed: John Cale, Notary Public
Filed for record Oct. 2, 1908 at 4 o'clock pm and recorded Oct. 3, 1908 at 1 o'clock pm.
A. F. Hix, Register.1 
Last EditedOct 3, 2008

Citations

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William Charles Wade1

Male, #22416, b. July, 1879, d. April 12, 1954
Relationships6th cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 4 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherDowney M Wade1 b. Jan 8, 1846, d. Jun 9, 1907
MotherAmanda E Brown1 b. Jan 26, 1851, d. Mar 15, 1915
BirthJuly, 1879William was born July, 1879 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageJanuary 4, 1906He married Hattie L Isbell, daughter of William J Isbell and Amanda H Starnes, January 4, 1906 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1  
Death of FatherJune 9, 1907His father, Downey, died on June 9, 1907 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of MotherMarch 15, 1915His mother, Amanda, died on March 15, 1915 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SpouseAugust 7, 1949He was widowed when his wife, Hattie, died on August 7, 1949.. in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
DeathApril 12, 1954William died April 12, 1954 in Jackson County, Tennessee at age 74.1  
BurialHis body was buried in Byrne Cemetery, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 

Family

Hattie L Isbell b. 30 Dec 1880, d. 7 Aug 1949
Note Putnam County, Tennessee, Marriage Records, Book 4, Page 319
Wade, Will to Isbell, Hattie, January 4, 1906

Jackson County, Tennessee, Deeds, 1872-1915, Book M, Page 45-47
We Amanda Wade, Alvin C. Wade and his wife Margarrett Wade, William C. Wade and his wife Hattie Wade, Charley Wade and his wife Clara Wade, Alford Wade and Bryne and her husband Pierce Byrne and Downey Wade (Sr). Each jointly and severaly for themselves have this day bargained and sold and do hereby transfer and convey to James Lambert and John Lambert their heirs and assigns forever for and in consideration of one thousand dollars ($1000.00) for which the said James and John Lambert executes to Amanda Wade their promisary note for one thousand dollars due January the 1, 1908 and a lien retained on the land herein after describes to secure the payment of this note a certain tract of land lying in the fifth civil district of Jackson County Tennessee and bounders as follows to wit: Beginning on a Sugar Tree on the ridge in Berseon Byrne south boundary line thence southward with James Lambert east boundry line to a Sugar tree then eastward with James Lamberts made by James Hargis and James Vinson thence with james Lambert line to the Dogwood near the top of the ridge thence northward with conditional line made by James Vinson and James Hargis 42 poles to a Popular thence northward 48 poles to a stake in the old Shepperdville Road thence westward with the meanders of said road 44 poles to a stake in the lower edge of said road thence downt he hill a few poles to Byrnes Poplar ____ thence north west with Byrnes south boundary line to the beginning containing by estimation 70 acres be the same more or less our several shiers hereby transfered is as follows to wit: Downey Wade died seized and possessed of the above desbribed land and Amandy Wade is his widow and said land reverts to her during her natural life at her death it reverts to Alvin C. Wade, William C. Wade, Charlie Wade, Alford Wade, Ova Byrne and Downey Wade Jr. there living six heirs all being legal heirs of Downey Wade Decd and Amandy Wade being equal in six shares and the smae land is undivided and the above discribes interests is what we transfer to James and John Lambert to have and to hold to the said James Lambert and John Lambert their heirs and assigns forever our several interests in said land we covenant that we are lawfully seized of said shares and have a good right to convey the same and it is unincumbered we further convenant and bind ourselves our heirs and assigns to forever warrant and defend said title to the said James Lambert and John Lambert their heirs and assigns forever against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoever in testimony whereof we subscribe our names on this the 9 of Sept 1907.
Signed: Amanda (her X mark) Wade
Alvin C. Wade
Margrett Wade
Ova Byrne
Pierce Byrne
Charlie Wade
Clara Wade
Alford Wade
Will Wade
Hattie Wade
Witness: John Cale

State of Tennessee, Putnam County
Personally appeared before me R. H. Farley, a Notary Public in and for said county the within named bargainor Will Wade, Hattie Wade with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that they executed the within instrument for the purposes therin contained and Hattie Wade wife fo the said Will Waid having personally appeared bofore me privately and apart from her husband the said Hattie Wade acknowledged the execution of the said deed to have been done by her freely voluntarily and understandinly without compulsion or constrant from her said husband and for the purpose therein expressed. witness my hand and official this 20 day of Dec. 1907.
Signed: R. H. Farley, Notary Public

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me John Cale Notary Public in and for the aforesaid county and state. Amanda Wade, A. C. Wade, Orie Byrne, F. P. Byrne the foregoing with whom I am acquainted and acknowledged that they executed the foregoing deed for the purpose therein contained and Margrett Wade wife of said Alvin Wade, Ovie Byrne wife of Pierce Byrne having personally appeared before me privately and apart from her said husbands the said Alvin Wade and Pierce Byrne acknowledged that they executed the foregoing deed freely voluntarily and understandingly without compulsion or constrant on the part f their said husbands for the purposes therin expressed. Witness my hand and official seal at office in Granville, Tenn this 9th day of Sept 1907.
Signed: John Cale, Notary Public

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Personally appeared before me John Cale Notary Public in and for the aforesaid county and state. Charlie Wade and Alford Wade the foregoing bargainors with whom I am personally acquainted and acknowledged that they executed the foregoing deed for the purpose therein contained and Clara Wade wife of said Charlie Wade having personally appeared before me privately and apart from her said husband the said Charlie Wade and acknowledged that she executed the foregoing deed freely voluntarily and understandingly without compulsion or constrant on the part of her said husband for the purpose therin expressed. Witness my hand and official seal at office in Granville, Tenn this 2nd day of September 1907.
Signed: John Cale, Notary Public
Filed for record Oct. 2, 1908 at 4 o'clock pm and recorded Oct. 3, 1908 at 1 o'clock pm.
A. F. Hix, Register

World War 1, Registration Card, Serial Number 1379, Order Number A1689
1. William Crawford Wade
2. Permanent Home address: Cookeville, Tenn.
3. Age in Years: 38 Date of birth: July 29, 1880
Race
5. White
U. S. Citizen
10. Native Born
Present Occupation
16. Life Insurance
Employer's Name
17. Davis & Giles
18. Place of Employment or Business: Chattanooga, Tenn.
Nearest Relative
19. Name: Hattie L. Wade
20. Address: Cookeville, Tenn
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true.
Signature or mark: William Crawford Wade

World War 1, Registrar's Report, 41-3-33C
Description of Registrant
Height
23. Medium
Build
25. Medium
Color of Eyes
27. Blue
Color of Hair
28. Brown
29. Has person lost arm, leg, hand, feet or both eyes, or is he otherwise disabled (specify)? No
I certify that my answers are true, that the person registered has read his own answers, that I have witnessed his signature, and that all of his answers of which I have knowledge are true, except as follows:
Signature of registrar: R. G. Courtney, Chief Clerk
Date of restration: September 9, 1918

1920 Census, Cookville, Putnam County, Tennessee, Civil District 1, Page 10B
222 Wade, William C Head M W 37 M TN TN TN
Hattie Wife F W 36 M TN TN TN.1 
Name Variation William Charles Wade was also known as Billy.1 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

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Rachel J Williamson1

Female, #22417, b. July 11, 1845, d. February 21, 1876
FatherHenderson Williamson1
RelationshipRachel J Williamson is a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Rachel J is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
BirthJuly 11, 1845Rachel was born July 11, 1845 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageJune 1, 1859She married James Webster Wade, son of Hampton Ray Wade and Emelia Pharris, June 1, 1859 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of Daughter1863Her daughter Martha was born in 1863 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonNovember 13, 1865Her son Finis was born on November 13, 1865 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterJune, 1869Her daughter Leeann was born in June, 1869 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJanuary, 1870Her son Sidney was born in January, 1870 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterMay, 1874Her daughter Margaret was born in May, 1874 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonFebruary 19, 1875Her son Isham was born on February 19, 1875 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
DeathFebruary 21, 1876Rachel died February 21, 1876 in Jackson County, Tennessee at age 30.1  

Family

James Webster Wade b. 26 Oct 1838, d. 30 Jan 1925
Children 1.Martha A Wade1 b. 1863
 2.Finis Eldred Wade+1 b. Nov 13, 1865, d. Mar 21, 1935
 3.Leeann M Wade+1 b. Jun, 1869
 4.Sidney Wade+1 b. Jan, 1870
 5.Margaret Tennessee Wade+1 b. May, 1874, d. 1955
 6.Isham Brown Wade+1 b. Feb 19, 1875, d. Sep 12, 1954
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Margrett Elizabeth Vinson1

Female, #22418, b. December 24, 1861, d. March 14, 1931
FatherJoshua Vinson1 b. Jul 6, 1823, d. Jun, 1899
MotherSusana Pharris1 b. Jan 27, 1838, d. Jan 4, 1924
RelationshipMargrett Elizabeth Vinson is a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Margrett Elizabeth is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching her.
 
BirthDecember 24, 1861Margrett was born December 24, 1861 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageApril 21, 1887She married James Webster Wade, son of Hampton Ray Wade and Emelia Pharris, April 21, 1887 in Gainesboro, Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Death of FatherJune, 1899Her father, Joshua, died in June, 1899 in Tennessee.1 
Death of MotherJanuary 4, 1924Her mother, Susana, died on January 4, 1924 in Tennessee.1 
Death of SpouseJanuary 30, 1925She was widowed when her husband, James, died on January 30, 1925 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
DeathMarch 14, 1931Margrett died March 14, 1931 in Jackson County, Tennessee at age 69.1  
BurialHer body was buried in Pharris Cemetery, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 

Family

James Webster Wade b. 26 Oct 1838, d. 30 Jan 1925
Note Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications
Transcribed and edited by Samuel Sistler, 1994
Page 358
Wade, Margaret, W8833, J (Jackson County), Wade, James Webster

Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications, Application #8833
Margaret Wade, Widow of James W. WadeFiled: October 14, 1927
Questions for Applicant
State of Tennessee, Jackson County
Mrs. Margrett Wade of said State and County, desiring to avail herself of the pension allowed to Indigent Widows of Soldiers, under Act of General Assembly, approved April 1905, being Chapter 202 of the Acts of 1905; Chapter 103, Acts of 1907; Chapter 18, Acts of 1909; and Chapter 7, Acts of 1911, hereby submits her proofs, and after being duly sworn true answers to make to the following questions, deposes and answers as follows:
1. What is your full name and where do you reside? Margrett Wade, Granville, Tennessee, Jackson County
2. How long and since when have been a resident of this State? For life
3. When and where were you born and what was your maiden name? Margrett Vinson, Borned Dec. 24, 1861 - Granville, Tenn., Jackson County
4. When and where was your husband born - state his full name, and where were you and he married, and who performed the marriage ceremony? (Attach certified copy marriage license in every case.) James Webster Wade, Borned Oct. 26, 1838. Granville, Tenn., Jackson County. Married at Granville, Tenn by John Cale, J.P.
5. When and where and in what Company and Regiment did you husband enlist or serve during th war between the States? I cannot swear to this question, But I have been informed that he was in the 28th or 38th Tenn Inft C.S.A. Col. Murry's Reg. Captain Trausdell's Co.
6. How land did your husband serve in said Company and Regiment? Enlisted about Dec. 26, 1865 and served till war closed.
7. When and where did your husband's Company and Regiment surrender? (Blank)
8. Was your husband present at the time and place when his Company and Regiment surrendered? (Blank)
9. If not with his command at surrender, state clearly and specifially where he was, when he left command, for what cause and by what authority? (Blank)
10. Was your husband a pensioner or an applicant for pension, under the laws of Tennessee? No
11. Have you heretofore applied for a pension in this State? No
12. When and where did your husband die? Died Jun. 30, 1925, Granville, Tenn.
13. At the time of your husband's death, were you living with him as his lawful wife? Yes
14. Have you married since the death of your soldier husband? No
15. How many children did you have by your said husband? (Give sex and age at this time). Not any
16. What property, real or personal, or income do you have or possess, and its gross value? 46 acres land, Valued at $1000.00
17. What property, real or personal, did you possess at death of husband or did he leave you, and what disposition, if any, by sale or gift, have you made of the same? 46 acres land - Valued at $1000.00
18. Have you a family? If so, who composs such family? Give their means of support. Have they any lands or other property? No
19. Name some friend, giving his name and post office address, who will be willing to have us write to him about your case if necessary. O. G. Fox, Granville, Tenn.
Margrett (her X mark) Wade
Witness: Falby Collier
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this the 4th day of October, 1927
O. H. Collier, Notary Public of Jackson County.

Questions for Witnesses
State of Tennessee, Jackson County.
C. H. Upchurch, of said State and County, having been presented as a witness in support of the application of Mrs. Margrett Wade for a pension under Chapter 202, Acts of 1905; Chapter 103, Acts of 1907; Chapter 18, Acts of 1909; and Chapter 7, Acts of 1911, and after being duly sworn true answers to make to the following questions, deposes and answers as follows:
1. What is your name and what is your post office address? C. H. Upchurch, Granville, Tenn., R.F.D. #1
2. Are you acquanted witht he applicant, Mrs. Margrett Wade - Yes
If so, how long have you known her? All of her life.
3. Where does she reside, and how land and since when has she been a resident of this State? Granville, Tenn. All of her life.
4. When and where was she born? Dec. 24, 1861 Granville, Tenn.
5. Were you ever acquanted with her husband? Yes
6. When and by whom were they married? April 21, 1887. John Cale J.P., According to the record.
7. Were either or both of you present at the marriage? No
8. How long did you know him? All of his life
9. When and where did _____(blank)_____ enlist in the war between the States, and in what Company and Regiment did he enlist, and how do you know this? (Blank)
10. Were you a member of the same Company and Regiment at the close of the war? No
11. How long did he perform regular military duty? About one year
12. When and where was his Compnay and Regiment surrendered? (Blank)
13. Were you with his command when it surrendered? No
14. Was _____(Blank)_____, the husband of applicant, present? (Blank)
15. If not present, where was he? (Blank)
16. When and where did he leave his command? (Blank)
For what cause? (Blank)
By whose authority did he leave? (Blank)
How do you know all this? (Blank)
17. When and where did James Webster Wade die? Died Jun 30, 1925, Granville, Tenn., Jackson County
18. Where did he reside at his death, and how long had he been a resident of Tennessee at his death?
Granville, Tenn., All of his life
19. Do you know of your own knowledge that applicant is the lawful widow of James Webster Wade - Yes, as far as I know.
20. Has she remained unmarried since her soldier husband's death, and is she now his widow? Yes
21. What property, effects or income has the applicant, if any, and how do you know this of your own knowledge? 46 acres of land, valued at $1000.00. According to the record.
Has applicant conveyed any property, in the last two years or given any away, if so, what was it,
to whom? No. Not as I know of
Note. - Let the witness who can answer the greatest number of the questions do so; then let the other witness state in the space below how much of the testimony of the first witness he concurs in, and whether or not he can answer any of the questions not answered by the first witness.
I, J. M. Williamson do not no as to how long James Webster Wade was in the army but he has talked to me several times of his service. He told me that he was at the surrender of Joseph E. Johnson and didn't get home till after the close of the war.
Witnesses: C. H. Upchurch, J. M. Williamson
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of October, 1927.
O. H. Collier, Notary Public
My commission expires Jun. 8, 1929

The following Certificate of the County Trustee must be filled out whether the Applicant owns any taxable property or not.
I, W. M. Dyson, Trustee of Jackson County, Tennessee, hereby certify that the property assessed on the tax books of this County to Mrs. Margrette Wade the widow of J. W. Wade, 46 acres amounts to $1000.00 real estate and __(Blank)___ personal.
W. M. Dyson, Trustee for Jackson County, Tenn.

Certificate of Clerk of Court or Notary Public
State of Tennessee, Jackson County
I, O. H. Collier, Notary Public, in and for said County, hereby certify that the applicant, Mrs. Margrett Wade resides in said county, and has been a bona fide resident of this State since the 24th day of Dec. 1861, and that the witnesses, Mr. C. H. Upchurch & J. M. Williamson are of trustworthy character, and that their statements are entitled to full faith and credit.
I do further certify that before answering the foregoing questions, the applicant and said witnesses took the oath herein prescribed, and the full text of the affidavits was read to the applicant and witnesses before the same was signed and subscribed.
Witness my hand and official seal this 4th day of October, 1927.
O. H. Collier, Notary Public
My commission expires Jun. 8, 1929.

Algood Tenn
Sept. 21, 1927
O. H. Collier
I suppose you are wanting to get a pension for J. W. Wade's wife. I don't think I can tell you anthing that would be of any benefit. I was out in the war when he went out & I do not know the time he went nor when he was discharged. I met him once while he was out & that was on the Battlefield of (over).
There is no back page for this letter, however following document pertains to letter.

Granville, Tenn.
Oct. 4, 1927
Tennessee Board of Pension Examiners
You will find enclosed a letter from A. K. Williamson at Allgood Tenn it is not sworn to bu this is a reliable man. He states that he saw James W. Wade on the Battlefield at Chickamanga and was with him only a few minutes. You may take this with the other proff if you desire.
Yours Truly
O. H. Collier, N.P.

Marriage Certificate
This Certifies that J. W. Wade and Margrett Vinson were united by John Cale J.P. in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony on the 21 day of April in the year of our Lord 1887 as appears of record in my office in Marriage Record Book 3 page 87.
Signed: Carl Anderson
Clerk of the County Court

War Department
The Adjutant General's Office
Washington
Sept. 23, 1927
Respectfully returned to
J. W. Wade
Granville, Tenn.
The name James W. Wade, private, 38th? Tenn. Inf., C.S.A., appears as signature to an Oath of Allegiance to the United States taken at Nashville, Tenn., in 1865.
Date: Jan. 9, 1865
Resident: Jackson Co., Tenn.
Complexion: Fair
Hair: Light
Eyes: Blue
Height: 5 ft. 10 in.
Conscripted: Dec. 26, 1863
Deserted: Dec. 18, 1864
Remarks: Has family
(Signs by mark)
Indorsement shows: "Oath of Allegiance of Rebel Deserters taken at Nashville, Tenn."
His name does not appear on the muster rolls of any company.
No other record found.
C. H. Bridges
Brigadier General
Acting the Adjutant General
By T. B.

Letter to Adjutant General's Office
No. 8833
(Names of Board Members, can't read)
Headquarters
Tennessee Board of Pension Examiners
Nashville, Tenn. Nov 23, 1927
Adjutant General
Washington, D. C.
Dear Sir:
Mrs. James Webster Wade who is an applicant for Pension under the Tennessee Pension Law, claims her husband to have been a member of Company __(Blank)__ Regiment 28th Tennessee Infantry,
C. S. A. and to have been enlisted about Dec 1862 and served till war closed.
Please give us the record of this soldier.
Respectfully,
Jno B. Hickman
Stamped: Received Nov 25 1927

War Department
The Adjutant General's Office
Washington
November 26, 1927
Respectfully returned to
The President,
Tennessee Board of Pension Examiners,
Nashville, Tenn.
The name James Webster Wade has not been found on the muster rolls on file in this office of any company of the 28th Tennessee Infantry, Confederate States Army, nor has a record of the service , capture or parole of a man bearing that name been found as of that organization.
The name James W. Wade, pirvate, Co. __, 38th Tennessee Infantry, Confederate States Army, appears as signature to an Oath of Allegiance to the United States, subscribed and sworn to January 9, 1865, at Nashville, Tenn., which oath shows: Place of residence, Jackson Co., Tenn.: complexion, fair: hair, light: eyes, blue: height, 5 ft 10 in: Consptd, Dec. 26, 1865: Deserted, Dec. 18, 1864. Remarks: has family.
The records show that a number of men named J. W. Wade served in various Tenn. C. S. A. organisations.
Charles C. Smith
Colonel, A. G. D.
Acting The Adjutant General
by ??

Granville, Tenn
Dec. 5, 1927
John P. Hickman, Sec.
Nashville, Tenn
Dear sir:
You will find enclosed a record of my husband service in the army in conection with my application No. 8833.
Yours truly
Mrs. J. W. Wade

Granville, Tenn
April 1, 1931
I am writing in regard to Margeret Wade death she dide March 14, 1931 with out money to pay her burial and doctor bill. She been cripel and in bad heath a long time. I thought as she was a wife of a soldier _?_ that fought through the war that you probly would help to pay her burial as she didn't leave any thing _?_ pay it her expenses it near one hundred dollar if you would pay all or part as she has not got no children to pay it. Would be glad if you could help some
Respecfully her Brother
W. C. Vinson
Granville, Tenn
Route #1

April 3, 1931
Mr. W. C. Vinson
Route #1
Granville, Tenn.
Dear Sir:-
Enclosed we _?_ to hand you a notice of death which you will please have the proper person to fill our and execute and return the same to this office at once and the Controller will send a check for the quarter in which she died; namely, March, April, and May, $60.00
There is no such item as "burial expenses" for pensioners.
Yours very truly,
President
J/?
Encl.-1

Jackson County, Tennessee, Vitals, Death Records Transcription - 1933
Certificate: 17754
Deceased: Marguette Wade
Birth: 24 Dec 1861
Birth Place: Jackson County
Death: 15 Mar 1931
Father: Josh Vinson
Father's Birth Place: Jackson County
Mother: Susian Pharris
Mother's Birth Place: Jackson County
Spouse: Web Wade
Cemetery: Vinson Cemetery

Jackson County, Tennessee, Vitals, Death Records Transcription - 1933
Certificate: 26730
Deceased: Mrs. Margaret Vinson Wade
Birth: 24 Dec 1861
Birth Place: Jackson County
Death: 14 Mar 1931
Father: Josh Vinson
Father's Birth Place: Tennessee
Mother: Susan Pharris
Mother's Birth Place: Tennessee
Spouse: Webb Wade
Cemetery: Vinson Cemetery

I'm not sure why there are two (2) death certificates for Margaret Wade.1
 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

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Finis Eldred Wade1

Male, #22419, b. November 13, 1865, d. March 21, 1935
Relationships6th cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 4 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherJames Webster Wade1 b. Oct 26, 1838, d. Jan 30, 1925
MotherRachel J Williamson1 b. Jul 11, 1845, d. Feb 21, 1876
BirthNovember 13, 1865Finis was born November 13, 1865 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of MotherFebruary 21, 1876His mother, Rachel, died on February 21, 1876 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageSeptember 15, 1889He married Alice Graham Dickens, daughter of Richard Dickens and Mary Graham, September 15, 1889 in San Saba County, Texas.1  
Birth of DaughterJuly 21, 1890His daughter Rachel was born on July 21, 1890 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Death of DaughterJuly 26, 1890His daughter, Rachel, died on July 26, 1890 in San Saba County, Texas.1,2 
Birth of SonJuly 20, 1891His son Clarence was born on July 20, 1891 in San Saba County, Texas.1,3 
Birth of SonSeptember 14, 1893His son Horace was born on September 14, 1893 in San Saba County, Texas.1,3 
Birth of SonApril 11, 1896His son Lyman was born on April 11, 1896 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Birth of SonApril 7, 1899His son Lowell was born on April 7, 1899 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Birth of SonAugust 12, 1900His son James was born on August 12, 1900 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Birth of SonOctober 31, 1902His son Cecil was born on October 31, 1902 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Birth of SonJune 14, 1905His son Myrtis was born on June 14, 1905 in San Saba County, Texas.3,1 
Birth of SonNovember 3, 1907His son Foy was born on November 3, 1907 in San Saba County, Texas.3 
Birth of SonFebruary 27, 1911His son Forrest was born on February 27, 1911 in San Saba or Scurry County, Texas.3,1 
Death of SonJuly 7, 1911His son, Myrtis, died on July 7, 1911 in San Saba County, Texas.3,1 
Marriage of Son1924His son, Lyman Aubrey Wade, married Lillian (surname not known) in 1924 in Texas.1 
Death of FatherJanuary 30, 1925His father, James, died on January 30, 1925 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of Son1926His son, Lowell Dickens Wade, married Hattie J Moffett in 1926 in Texas.1 
Marriage of SonApril 23, 1926His son, Foy Eldred Wade, married Jimmie Carroll Reynolds on April 23, 1926 in, Snyder, Texas.3 
DeathMarch 21, 1935Finis died March 21, 1935 in Texas at age 69.1  

Family

Alice Graham Dickens b. 7 Sep 1872, d. 27 Oct 1956
Children 1.Rachel M Wade1 b. Jul 21, 1890, d. Jul 26, 1890
 2.Clarence Edwin Wade1 b. Jul 20, 1891, d. Aug 9, 1950
 3.Horace Orland Wade1 b. Sep 14, 1893
 4.Lyman Aubrey Wade+1 b. Apr 11, 1896, d. Jan 13, 1974
 5.Lowell Dickens Wade+1 b. Apr 7, 1899, d. Feb 22, 1975
 6.James Wilmeth Wade1 b. Aug 12, 1900, d. Sep 9, 1940
 7.Cecil Worth Wade1 b. Oct 31, 1902, d. Jun 2, 1980
 8.Myrtis Asmond Wade1 b. Jun 14, 1905, d. Jul 7, 1911
 9.Foy Eldred Wade+4 b. Nov 3, 1907, d. May 17, 1975
 10.Forrest Watson Wade+1 b. Feb 27, 1911, d. Feb 28, 1962
Census 1900-partialJune 25, 1900Finis was listed on the 1900 Census on June 25, 1900 in Justice Precinct 2, San Saba County, Texas.1 
Census 1920-partial1920Finis was listed on the 1920 Census in 1920 on Snyder Road, Scurry County, Texas.1 
Census 1930-partialApril 18, 1930Finis was listed on the 1930 Census on April 18, 1930 in Precinct 1, Scurry County, Texas.1 
Last EditedJul 16, 2012

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.
  2. [S16773] Mona Wade Turner, e-mail to Garril L Kueber March 9, 2016.
  3. [S23849] Mona Wade Turner, e-mail to Garril L Kueber March 17, 2016.
  4. [S14007] Mona Wade Turner, e-mail to Garril L Kueber July 15, 2012.

Do not accept the accuracy/validity of any of the information on these pages without verifying it yourself. Please study my sources carefully before relying on the information. If you notice any problems or errors in the information or the display on these pages, please e-mail me (see bottom of page).

Isham Brown Wade1

Male, #22420, b. February 19, 1875, d. September 12, 1954
Relationships6th cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 4 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherJames Webster Wade1 b. Oct 26, 1838, d. Jan 30, 1925
MotherRachel J Williamson1 b. Jul 11, 1845, d. Feb 21, 1876
BirthFebruary 19, 1875Isham was born February 19, 1875 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of MotherFebruary 21, 1876His mother, Rachel, died on February 21, 1876 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageJuly 18, 1906He married Cora Essie Reavis, daughter of George Reavis and Mary A Blockwood, July 18, 1906 in San Saba County, Texas.1  
Birth of DaughterSeptember 29, 1907His daughter Lois was born on September 29, 1907 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Birth of Daughter1909His daughter Ina was born in 1909 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Death of DaughterMarch 28, 1909His daughter, Lois, died on March 28, 1909 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Birth of Daughter1911His daughter Laura was born in 1911 in San Saba County, Texas.1 
Birth of SonJune 7, 1912His son James was born on June 7, 1912.1 
Birth of Son1915His son Norman was born in 1915.1 
Death of FatherJanuary 30, 1925His father, James, died on January 30, 1925 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of Daughterabout 1927His daughter, Ina Wade, married Charles M Jones about 1927 in Texas.1 
Marriage of SonJuly 25, 1934His son, James Charles Wade, married Alba Vivian Cochran on July 25, 1934.1 
DeathSeptember 12, 1954Isham died September 12, 1954 in Sacramento, Sacramento County, California at age 79.1  

Family

Cora Essie Reavis b. 29 Sep 1887, d. 14 Mar 1983
Children 1.Lois Wade1 b. Sep 29, 1907, d. Mar 28, 1909
 2.Ina Wade+1 b. 1909
 3.Laura Wade1 b. 1911
 4.James Charles Wade+1 b. Jun 7, 1912, d. Jul 25, 1975
 5.Norman Wade1 b. 1915
 6.Doris Wade1
 7.Reavis L Wade1
Note 1900 Census, San Saba County, Texas, Justice Precinct 2, June 25, 1900
277/280 Wade, Finis E Head W M Nov 1865 35 M 10 TN TN TN
Wade, Alice Wife W F Sep 1872 27 M 10 5 4 TX MS MS
Wade, Clarence E Son W M Jul 1891 8 S TX TN TX
Wade, Horace O Son W M Sep 1893 6 S TX TN TX
Wade, Lyman A Son W M Apr 1896 4 S TX TN TX
Wade, Lowell D Son W M Apr 1899 2 S TX TN TX
Wade, Isham Brother W M Feb 1875 25 S TN TN TN Teacher

1910 Census, San Saba County, Texas, Commissioners Precinct 2, May 7-9, 1910
223/244 Wade, Isham B Head M W 34 M 3 TN TN TN
Wade, Cora Wife F W 22 M 3 2 1 AR US US
Wade, Ina Dau F W 1 S TX TN AR

1920 Census, Snyder, Scurry County, Texas, Precinct 1, January 16, 1920
?? ?? Wade, Ismans (Isham) B Head M W 44 M TN TN TN
Wade, Cora A Wife F W 32 M AR GA TN
Wade, Ina Dau F W 11 S TX TN AR
Wade, Laura Dau F W 9 S TX TN AR
Wade, Norman Son M W 5 S TX TN AR
Wade, Doris Dau F W 5/12 S TX TN AR
Reavis, Lilly Sister F W 19 S AR GA TN

1930 Census, Scurry County, Texas, Precinct 1, April 16, 1930, Page 10A&B
204/204 Wade, Isom Head M W 54 M 32 TN TN TN
Wade, Cora Wife F W 42 M 17 AR AR AR
Wade, Norman Son M W 15 S TX TN AR
Wade, Doris Dau F W 10 S TX TN AR
Wade, Reavis Son M W 4 S TX TN AR
Bryant, ? Lodger M W 18 S MO MO MO.1 
Last EditedApr 27, 2006

Citations

  1. [S3304] Family Tree Maker File on Edward Wade, Charley Wade (file received from Georgia Hornbuckle) , received April 27, 2006, This source contained hardly any source citations.

Do not accept the accuracy/validity of any of the information on these pages without verifying it yourself. Please study my sources carefully before relying on the information. If you notice any problems or errors in the information or the display on these pages, please e-mail me (see bottom of page).