Charlie S Wade1

Male, #22301, b. August 27, 1891, d. December 19, 1926
Relationships6th cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 4 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherGeorge W Wade1 b. Aug 30, 1855, d. Jan 21, 1946
MotherParalee Fuqua1 b. Aug 11, 1857, d. Apr 19, 1943
BirthAugust 27, 1891Charlie was born August 27, 1891 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageNovember 10, 1912He married Bettie Elam Watts, daughter of Wesley Harvie Watts and Mary King Traywick, November 10, 1912 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonDecember 10, 1913His son Haskill was born December 10, 1913 in Smith County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonNovember 1, 1915His son Willie was born November 1, 1915 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonNovember 10, 1917His son Charles was born November 10, 1917 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SonDecember 16, 1917His son, Charles, died on December 16, 1917.1 
Death of SonJanuary 11, 1918His son, Willie, died on January 11, 1918.1 
Birth of SonNovember 5, 1918His son Vertie was born November 5, 1918 in Baxter, Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
DeathDecember 19, 1926Charlie died December 19, 1926 in Baxter, Putnam County, Tennessee at age 35 due to Gun Shot Wound.1  
BurialHis body was buried in Maxwell Cemetery, Baxter, Putnam County, Tennessee.1 

Family

Bettie Elam Watts b. 29 Feb 1896, d. 1 May 1932
Children 1.Haskill Harvey Wade1 b. Dec 10, 1913, d. Dec 5, 1960
 2.Willie Wade1 b. Nov 1, 1915, d. Jan 11, 1918
 3.Charles Wade1 b. Nov 10, 1917, d. Dec 16, 1917
 4.Vertie B Wade+1 b. Nov 5, 1918, d. Apr 14, 1953
Note World War 1, Registration Card, Number 48
1. Name in full: Charlie Wade
Age in years: 23
2. Home address: RFD #1, Baxter, Tenn
3. Date of birth: August 27, 1893
4. Are you (1) a natural-born citizen, (2) a naturalized citizen, (3) an Alien (4) or have you declared your intention (specify which)?: Natural Born
5. Where were you born?: Nameless, Tenn, USA
6. If not a citizen, of what country are you a citizen or subject?: ---
7. What is your present trade, occupation or office?: Farmer
8. By who employed?: Self
Where employed?: Baxter, Tenn
9. Have you a father, mother, wife, child under 12, or a sister or brother under 12, solely dependant on you for support (specify which)?: Yes. Wife and two children
10. Married or single (which)?: Married
Race (specify which)? Caucasian
11. What military service have you had? Rank: None; Branch: -- ; Years: -- ; Nation or State: --
12. Do you claim exemption from draft (specify grounds)? Yes, Wife and two Children
I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true.
Signature or mark: Charlie Wade

World War 1, Registrar's Report, 41-3-33A
1. Tall, medium or short (specify which)? Medium
Slender, medium or stout (which)? Stout
2. Color of eyes? Gray
Color of hair? Brown
Bald? No
3. 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: Laurence Grose
Precinct: 20
City or County: Baxter Putnam County
State: Tennessee
Date of registration: June 5th, 1917


1920 Census, Putnam County, Tennessee, Civil District 20, January 10-12, 1920
146/148 Wade, Charlie Head R M W 26 M --- yes yes TN TN TN
Wade, Bettie E Wife F W 23 M --- yes yes TN TN TN
Wade, Haskle Son M W 6 S no ----- ----- TN TN TN
Wade, Verdia B. Son M W 1 2/12 S TN TN TN
Wade, Floyd Cousin M W 18 S no yes yes TN TN TN

Charlie Wade was found by Redith and Willard Presley on their way to school on Monday morning.

Charlie was shot five times with a 12 gauge shotgun and was buried in a home made casket. He weighed approximately 230 pounds.

Newspaper Article:
Nashville Banner, Nashville, Tennessee, December 21, 1926
Tuesday Evening, Third Edition, Volume LI
Cookeville, Tenn., December 21, 1926
Collie Vaughn is alleged to have confessed Monday to killing his brother-in-law, Charlie Wade, who was shot early Sunday night near his home at Ensor in the twentieth district of this county. Wade's body was discovered Monday by some children on their way to school. He has been shot four times with a shot gun.
Bloodhounds owned by Dow Pippin of Double Springs were brought to the scene and trailed to the home of Vaughn, who is said to have admitted doing the shooting.
The shooting is ascribed to an old grudge, the two men having had trouble two years ago. Vaughn shot Wade at that time.
Vaughn who is twenty-four years old married Wade's sister. Wade was thirty-four years old and is survived by a wife and four children. Vaughn was brought to the county jail Monday.

Newspaper Article:
Nashville Banner, Nashville, Tennessee, December 22, 1926
Held Without Bond for Killing Wade
Cookeville, Tenn., December 22, 1926
Collie Vaughn and Wayman Vaughn, 16 year old brother of Collie Vaughn, are both in jail here charged with the murder of Charlie Wade, brother of Collie Vaughns wife, who was killed near Ensor, this county, last Saturday night.
Collie Vaugh admits shooting Wade, according to the officers making the arrest, but claims he did so in self defense, and both he and his brother Wayman deny that the latter had any connection with the shooting, although he was with his brother at the time of the alleged difficulty.
Both Collie and Wayman Vaughn were bound over to criminal court by W. S. Swallows, Justice of the Peace, Monday without bail, but it is rumored that they will apply to Judge Albert Williams, for a writ of habeas corpus, this week.
The defendants are represented by G. C. Boyd, local attorney.

Newspaper Article:
Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, Tennessee
Monday, December 20, 1926, Volume XXIV, Number 100
Charley Wade Fatally Shot from Ambush
Tragedy Occurs Three Miles West of Baxter. Collie and Waymon Vaughn Charged With Murder. Trailed by Bloodhounds
Collie and Waymon Vaughn were arrested and placed in jail this morning by Sheriff Marion Warren for the killing of Charley Wade, who was fatally shot about five o'clock Sunday afternoon as he was going along the public road on Dyer's Ridge about 3 miles West of Baxter.
Wade who was about 35 years of age and leaves a wife and several children, was going to this father's home when he met his death, being shot five times. The shooting was done with single barrel shotguns. The charges took effect in his head, chest, shoulders, and back. The Vaughn brothers are said to have stationed themselves on either side of the road and when Wade passed they opened fire on him. The younger Vaughn, who is only 16 years old, says that he did none of the shooting, but officers think that it was he, who fired the first shot. Them empty shotgun shells and the imprints of the murder's hands and knees were found in the damp earth near the fence where they had hidden.
Pippin Brothers with their bloodhounds, "Duke" and "Chief" were called to the scene this morning and in spite of the fact that the trail of the murders had been made almost twenty hours, the hounds followed it direct to the home of the Vaughns' about 1 1/2 miles from the scene of the crime.
The Vaughns did not resist arrest and waived the preliminary hearing before Esq. Swallows in Baxter and were committed to the county jail without bail. It is said that they admitted to killing Wade, but would give no reason except that there was an old grudge between them. They will be tried at the next term of Criminal Court here.
The work of the bloodhounds in taking and following a trail that had been made nearly twenty hours during most of which time a steady rain had been falling is indeed remarkable. This is probably a record performance of bloodhounds in this section.

Putnam County, Tennessee, Marriage Records
Charlie Wade and Bettie Watts, 11-10-1912, Recorded Book 5, Page 131

Charlie Wade was found by Redith and Willard Presley on the way to school.

Charlie was shot five times with a 12 gauge shotgun. He was buried in a home made casket. He weighed approximately 230 pounds.

Putnam County, Tennessee, Deaths, 1926
Certificate: #30159
Deceased: Charlie Wade
Birth: 27 Aug 1891
Birth Place: TN
Death: 19 Dec 1926
Father: Geo Wade
Father's Birth Place: TN
Mother: Parla Fuqua
Mother's Birth Place: TN.1
 
DescriptionCharlie S Wade was described as Medical: Homicide, gun shot wound at hands of Collie Vaughn.1 
(son) Census 1900-partialJune 16, 1900He was listed as a son in George W Wade's household on the 1900 Census on June 16, 1900 near 10 Civil, Putnam County, Tennessee.2 
(son) Census 1910April 21, 1910Charlie S Wade was listed as a son in the household of George W Wade and Paralee Fuqua in the 1910 Census on April 21, 1910 on McBroom Road District 10, Putnam County, Tennessee. Charlie S Wade's occupation is listed as farm laborer. Other members of the household listed were John Wilson Wade and Mollie O Wade.3
Last EditedJun 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.
  2. [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., 1900 Census, Putnam County, TN, 10 Civil District, June 16, 1900
    128 Wade, Geo Head W M April 1849 51 M-8
    Parlee Wife W F Aug 1856 43 M-8 5-3
    Charley Son W M Aug 1893 6
    John Son W M Jan 1896 4
    Millie Dau W F Aug 1899 9/12
    Cloe Dau W F Aug 1886 13
    Minnie Dau W F Mar 1888 12.
  3. [S12365] U.S. Census Tennessee 1910, Putnam County, District 10.

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Bettie Elam Watts1

Female, #22302, b. February 29, 1896, d. May 1, 1932
FatherWesley Harvie Watts1 b. Mar 5, 1869, d. Jan 1, 1944
MotherMary King Traywick1 b. Jan 9, 1878, d. Mar 1, 1910
BirthFebruary 29, 1896Bettie was born February 29, 1896 in Smith County, Tennessee.1 
Death of MotherMarch 1, 1910Her mother, Mary, died on March 1, 1910..1 
MarriageNovember 10, 1912She married Charlie S Wade, son of George W Wade and Paralee Fuqua, November 10, 1912 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonDecember 10, 1913Her son Haskill was born December 10, 1913 in Smith County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonNovember 1, 1915Her son Willie was born November 1, 1915 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonNovember 10, 1917Her son Charles was born November 10, 1917 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SonDecember 16, 1917Her son, Charles, died on December 16, 1917.1 
Death of SonJanuary 11, 1918Her son, Willie, died on January 11, 1918.1 
Birth of SonNovember 5, 1918Her son Vertie was born November 5, 1918 in Baxter, Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SpouseDecember 19, 1926She was widowed when her husband, Charlie, died on December 19, 1926.1 
DeathMay 1, 1932Bettie died May 1, 1932 in Putnam County, Tennessee at age 36.1  
BurialHer body was buried in Maxwell Cemetery, Baxter, Putnam County, Tennessee.1 

Family

Charlie S Wade b. 27 Aug 1891, d. 19 Dec 1926
Children 1.Haskill Harvey Wade1 b. Dec 10, 1913, d. Dec 5, 1960
 2.Willie Wade1 b. Nov 1, 1915, d. Jan 11, 1918
 3.Charles Wade1 b. Nov 10, 1917, d. Dec 16, 1917
 4.Vertie B Wade+1 b. Nov 5, 1918, d. Apr 14, 1953
Note Putnam County, TN, Will Book, Page 432
In the name of God Amen, I Bettie Wade of Baxter, in the county of Putnam and State of Tennessee, being of sound mind and memory and considering the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, do therefore make, ordain, publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament.
First, I order and direct that my Executer hereinafter named pay all my just debts and funeral expenses as seen after my decease as conveniently may be.
Second, after the payment of such funeral expenses and debts, I give, devise and bequeath to my son, Haskell one half of all my possessions, less Eight ($8) Dollars. These possessions to include all house furnishings, money Notes and or any or all either property whatsoever.
Third, I give devise and bequeath to my son Verdie B. the other half of all my possessions whether house furnishings, money, notes or whatever it may be of worth plus the Eight ($8) Dollars lasking? to Haskell.
Fourth, I direct that three disenterested men be selected to make an even division of the house furnishings.
Fifth, I direct that my executer held in safety all moneys and notes and issue out to the boys only as they actually need support of such money and notes.
Lastly, I make constitute and appoint C. W. Coleman of Baxter, Tennessee to be executer of this my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former Wills by me made. In witness thereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal the 11th day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred thirty two.
Signed: Bettie Wade

This instrument was on the day of the date thereof signed published and declared by the said testatrix Bettie Wade to be her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at her request have subscribed our named as witnesses in her presence and int he presence of each other.
Roe? Gentry
O. J. Lee

State of Tennessee, Putnam County.
I, Algood Moore, Clerk of the County Court of Putnam County, TN do hereby certify that the witnin and foregoing Will is a full true and perfect Copy of the last Will and Testament of Bettie Wade, deceased as appears from the original Will which i s now on file in my office. Witness my hand this May 3rd 1932.
Algood Moore, Clerk.1 
Last EditedJun 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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Haskill Harvey Wade1

Male, #22303, b. December 10, 1913, d. December 5, 1960
Relationships7th cousin 1 time removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 5 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherCharlie S Wade1 b. Aug 27, 1891, d. Dec 19, 1926
MotherBettie Elam Watts1 b. Feb 29, 1896, d. May 1, 1932
BirthDecember 10, 1913Haskill was born December 10, 1913 in Smith County, Tennessee.1 
Death of FatherDecember 19, 1926His father, Charlie, died on December 19, 1926.1 
Death of MotherMay 1, 1932His mother, Bettie, died on May 1, 1932.1 
DeathDecember 5, 1960Haskill died December 5, 1960 in Chestnut Mound, Smith County, Tennessee at age 46 due to Probable Coronary.1  
BurialDecember 7, 1960His body was buried on December 7, 1960 in Maxwell Cemetery, Baxter, Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Note Served in World War II.1 
Note After Haskill's parent had passed away, he went and lived with Norman and Flora Beasley. He stayed there for a couple of years and helped work the farm. He met Dorothy Glover and for a month or so after they married they continued to live with Norman and Flora Beasley until "they set up housekeeping". This info per Beth Sullins.

Tombstone Inscription
Haskill Harvey Wade
Tennessee
CPL 3990 Service Comd. Unit
World War II
December 10, 1913 - December 5, 1960After Haskill's parents had passed away, he went and lived with Norman and Flora Beasley. He stayed there for a couple of years and helped work the farm. He met Dorothy Glover and for a month or so after they married they continued to live with Norman and Flora Beasley until "they set up housekeeping". This info per Beth Sullins.

Tombstone Inscription
Haskill Harvey Wade
Tennessee
CPL 3990 Service Comd. Unit
World War II
December 10, 1913 - December 5, 1960

Carthage, Smith County, Tennessee
Carthage Courier, Thursday, December 8, 1960
Haskell Wade Found Dead on Farm Hill
Haskell Harvey Wade, 46, a farmer of the St. Mary's vicinity near Chestnut Mound, was found dead on a hill on his farm Monday morning. Death was attributed to a heart attack.
funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon at the Baxter Church of Christ by D. A. Farley, and the Rev. Phocian Gibbs. Burial was in the family cemetery near Baxter.
Mr. Wade was a son of the late Charlie and Betty Watts Wade. His wife, whom he married in 1936, was the former Dorothy Glover. She is the only survivor.1 
DescriptionHaskill Harvey Wade was described as Medical: Haskill was dead on arrival at hospital.1 
Last EditedMay 7, 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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Willie Wade1

Male, #22304, b. November 1, 1915, d. January 11, 1918
Relationships7th cousin 1 time removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 5 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherCharlie S Wade1 b. Aug 27, 1891, d. Dec 19, 1926
MotherBettie Elam Watts1 b. Feb 29, 1896, d. May 1, 1932
BirthNovember 1, 1915Willie was born November 1, 1915 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
DeathJanuary 11, 1918Willie died January 11, 1918 in Putnam County, Tennessee at age 2 due to Bronchial Pneumonia.1  
BurialHis body was buried in John W Watts Family Cemetery, Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Note Putnam County, Tennessee, Deaths, 1918
Certificate: #438
Deceased: Willie Wade
Birth: 1 Nov 1915
Birth Place: TN
Death: 11 Jan 1918
Father: Charlie Wade
Birth Place: TN
Mother: Bette Watte Wade
Birth Place: TN.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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Charles Wade1

Male, #22305, b. November 10, 1917, d. December 16, 1917
Relationships7th cousin 1 time removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 5 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherCharlie S Wade1 b. Aug 27, 1891, d. Dec 19, 1926
MotherBettie Elam Watts1 b. Feb 29, 1896, d. May 1, 1932
BirthNovember 10, 1917Charles was born November 10, 1917 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
DeathDecember 16, 1917Charles died December 16, 1917 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1  
BurialHis body was buried in John W Watts Family Cemetery, Putnam County, Tennessee.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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Dorothy Vaden Glover1

Female, #22306

Family

Haskill Harvey Wade b. 10 Dec 1913, d. 5 Dec 1960
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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George W Wade1

Male, #22307, b. August 30, 1855, d. January 21, 1946
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherGeorge Washington Wade1 b. 1824
MotherMary Hardcastle1 b. 1831, d. after 1880
BirthAugust 30, 1855George was born August 30, 1855 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage - BondDecember 4, 1883George applied for a marriage bond to wed Lucinda Pharris on December 4, 1883 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageDecember 4, 1883He married Lucinda Pharris, daughter of Absalum Pharris and Caroline (surname not known), December 4, 1883 in Gainesboro, Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of DaughterAugust 27, 1885His daughter Cleo was born August 27, 1885 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterMarch 1, 1887His daughter Millie was born March 1, 1887 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonAugust 27, 1891His son Charlie was born August 27, 1891 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage - LicenseMarch 16, 1892George applied for a marriage license to wed Paralee Fuqua on March 16, 1892 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageMarch 28, 1892He married Paralee Fuqua, daughter of Andrew Jackson Fuqua and Mary Jane Elrod, March 28, 1892 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonJanuary 26, 1896His son John was born January 26, 1896 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterAugust 14, 1899His daughter Mollie was born August 14, 1899 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of DaughterSeptember 6, 1901His daughter, Millie Lee Wade, married William Henry Kirby on September 6, 1901 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of DaughterJune 29, 1902His daughter, Cleo Wade, married John Haywood Kirby on June 29, 1902 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of SonNovember 10, 1912His son, Charlie S Wade, married Bettie Elam Watts on November 10, 1912 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of DaughterJanuary 3, 1922His daughter, Mollie O Wade, married Collie C Vaughn on January 3, 1922 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SonDecember 19, 1926His son, Charlie, died on December 19, 1926.1 
Marriage of DaughterNovember 13, 1935His daughter, Mollie O Wade, married Oscar William Anderson on November 13, 1935 in La Jara, Conejos County, Colorado.1 
Death of SpouseApril 19, 1943He was widowed when his wife, Paralee, died on April 19, 1943.1 
DeathJanuary 21, 1946George died January 21, 1946 in Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee at age 90.1  
BurialJanuary 23, 1946His body was buried on January 23, 1946 in Druid Hill Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee.1 

Family 1

Lucinda Pharris b. a 1855, d. b 1892
Children 1.Cleo Wade+1 b. Aug 27, 1885, d. Feb 28, 1981
 2.Millie Lee Wade+1 b. Mar 1, 1887, d. Jun 28, 1974

Family 2

Paralee Fuqua b. 11 Aug 1857, d. 19 Apr 1943
Children 1.Charlie S Wade+1 b. Aug 27, 1891, d. Dec 19, 1926
 2.John Wilson Wade1 b. Jan 26, 1896, d. between 1938 and 1939
 3.Mollie O Wade+1 b. Aug 14, 1899, d. Jul 25, 1970
Note What I have heard about George, indicated he was very tight with his money.
One story told by Floyd Wade and my grandfather, Charlie Wade, was that Parlee (aka Aunt Ciss) was emptying the wheat from a bed tick so that it could be replaced with fresh wheat. George was on the hill when he saw her start to burn the old bed tick. He yelled "Damn you Ciss" and came flying off the hill, jumping fences in stride and he was barefoot. When he got to the fire, he was kicking it with his bare feet to put it out. They learned George had hidden $2,000 in the bed tick that Parlee had started to burn.
Another story about George, was that he would go barefoot, rather than spend money on a pair of shoes.
George had to buy new shoes for the mule, named Joe, because he had worn his hooves to the point of being tender. George, with his bare feet, would shout "Joe get on through those briars, you have new shoes."1 
Census 1900-partialJune 16, 1900George was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census on June 16, 1900 near 10 Civil, Putnam County, Tennessee.2 
Census 1910April 21, 1910George was listed as the head of a household with his wife Paralee Fuqua in the 1910 Census on April 21, 1910 on McBroom Road District 10, Putnam County, Tennessee. George's occupation is listed as farmer. Other members of the household listed were Charlie S Wade, John Wilson Wade and Mollie O Wade.3
Census 1920-partialJanuary, 1920George was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census in January, 1920 on Indian Creek Road, Putnam County, Tennessee.4 
Census 1930-partialApril 16, 1930George was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census on April 16, 1930.1 
Last EditedJan 10, 2011

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. [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., 1900 Census, Putnam County, TN, 10 Civil District, June 16, 1900
    128 Wade, Geo Head W M April 1849 51 M-8
    Parlee Wife W F Aug 1856 43 M-8 5-3
    Charley Son W M Aug 1893 6
    John Son W M Jan 1896 4
    Millie Dau W F Aug 1899 9/12
    Cloe Dau W F Aug 1886 13
    Minnie Dau W F Mar 1888 12.
  3. [S12365] U.S. Census Tennessee 1910, Putnam County, District 10.
  4. [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., 1920 Census, Putnam County, TN, 20th Civil District, Enumerated 10-12 January 1920
    Indian Creek Road
    144 146 Wade, George E Head R M W 63 M ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, Parlee Wife F W 63 M ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, John W Son M W 22 S ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, Mollie O Dau F W 19 S ---- Yes Yes TN TN TN.

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Lucinda Pharris1

Female, #22308, b. about 1855, d. before 1892
FatherAbsalum Pharris1 b. Jul 10, 1821, d. Nov 29, 1905
MotherCaroline (surname not known)1 b. Jan 1, 1825, d. Feb 5, 1879
Birthabout 1855Lucinda was born about 1855 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage - BondDecember 4, 1883George W Wade applied for a marriage bond to wed Lucinda on December 4, 1883 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageDecember 4, 1883She married George W Wade, son of George Washington Wade and Mary Hardcastle, December 4, 1883 in Gainesboro, Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of DaughterAugust 27, 1885Her daughter Cleo was born August 27, 1885 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterMarch 1, 1887Her daughter Millie was born March 1, 1887 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Deathbefore 1892Lucinda died before 1892 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  

Family

George W Wade b. 30 Aug 1855, d. 21 Jan 1946
Children 1.Cleo Wade+1 b. Aug 27, 1885, d. Feb 28, 1981
 2.Millie Lee Wade+1 b. Mar 1, 1887, d. Jun 28, 1974
Last EditedJan 10, 2011

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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Paralee Fuqua1

Female, #22309, b. August 11, 1857, d. April 19, 1943
FatherAndrew Jackson Fuqua1 b. 1814, d. 1880
MotherMary Jane Elrod1 b. 1818, d. Jan 31, 1909
BirthAugust 11, 1857Paralee was born August 11, 1857 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of Father1880Her father, Andrew, died in 1880..1 
Birth of SonAugust 27, 1891Her son Charlie was born August 27, 1891 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage - LicenseMarch 16, 1892George W Wade applied for a marriage license to wed Paralee on March 16, 1892 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageMarch 28, 1892She married George W Wade, son of George Washington Wade and Mary Hardcastle, March 28, 1892 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonJanuary 26, 1896Her son John was born January 26, 1896 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterAugust 14, 1899Her daughter Mollie was born August 14, 1899 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death of MotherJanuary 31, 1909Her mother, Mary, died on January 31, 1909..1 
Marriage of SonNovember 10, 1912Her son, Charlie S Wade, married Bettie Elam Watts on November 10, 1912 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage of DaughterJanuary 3, 1922Her daugher, Mollie O Wade, married Collie C Vaughn on January 3, 1922 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SonDecember 19, 1926Her son, Charlie, died on December 19, 1926.1 
Marriage of DaughterNovember 13, 1935Her daugher, Mollie O Wade, married Oscar William Anderson on November 13, 1935 in La Jara, Conejos County, Colorado.1 
DeathApril 19, 1943Paralee died April 19, 1943 in Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee at age 85.1  
BurialApril 21, 1943Her body was buried on April 21, 1943 in Sink Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee.1 

Family

George W Wade b. 30 Aug 1855, d. 21 Jan 1946
Children 1.Charlie S Wade+1 b. Aug 27, 1891, d. Dec 19, 1926
 2.John Wilson Wade1 b. Jan 26, 1896, d. between 1938 and 1939
 3.Mollie O Wade+1 b. Aug 14, 1899, d. Jul 25, 1970
Note Note: On the 1860 census, between James and John, is a daughter named Scena which was 3 years of age, born 1857. According to 1870 census, Paralee is between James (15) and John (12) showing her age to be 13. It appears she and Scena are the same person. On Paralee's death certificate her age is 82, followed by Approx., which is where her 1861 birthdate came from.1 
Name Variation Paralee Fuqua was also known as Aunt Sis.1 
Census 1900-partialJune 16, 1900She was listed as George W Wade's wife on the 1900 Census on June 16, 1900 near 10 Civil, Putnam County, Tennessee.2 
Number ChildrenApril, 1910Paralee Fuqua had five children of whom three were living as of April, 1910.3 
Census 1910April 21, 1910Paralee was listed as George W Wade's wife in the 1910 Census on April 21, 1910 on McBroom Road District 10, Putnam County, Tennessee. Other members of the household listed were Charlie S Wade, John Wilson Wade and Mollie O Wade.3
Census 1920-partialJanuary, 1920Paralee Fuqua was listed as George W Wade's wife on the 1920 Census in January, 1920 on Indian Creek Road, Putnam County, Tennessee.4 
Census 1930-partialApril 16, 1930Paralee Fuqua was listed as George W Wade's wife on the 1930 Census on April 16, 1930.1 
Last EditedJan 10, 2011

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. [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., 1900 Census, Putnam County, TN, 10 Civil District, June 16, 1900
    128 Wade, Geo Head W M April 1849 51 M-8
    Parlee Wife W F Aug 1856 43 M-8 5-3
    Charley Son W M Aug 1893 6
    John Son W M Jan 1896 4
    Millie Dau W F Aug 1899 9/12
    Cloe Dau W F Aug 1886 13
    Minnie Dau W F Mar 1888 12.
  3. [S12365] U.S. Census Tennessee 1910, Putnam County, District 10.
  4. [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., 1920 Census, Putnam County, TN, 20th Civil District, Enumerated 10-12 January 1920
    Indian Creek Road
    144 146 Wade, George E Head R M W 63 M ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, Parlee Wife F W 63 M ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, John W Son M W 22 S ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, Mollie O Dau F W 19 S ---- Yes Yes TN TN TN.

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Cleo Wade1

Female, #22310, b. August 27, 1885, d. February 28, 1981
Relationships6th cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 4 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherGeorge W Wade1 b. Aug 30, 1855, d. Jan 21, 1946
MotherLucinda Pharris1 b. about 1855, d. before 1892
BirthAugust 27, 1885Cleo was born August 27, 1885 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageJune 29, 1902She married John Haywood Kirby, son of William Kirby and Margaret Davidson, June 29, 1902 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of Daughter1907Her daughter Lola was born 1907 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Daughter1910Her daughter Fannie was born 1910 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Daughter1912Her daughter Mae was born 1912 in an unknown place .1 
Death of FatherJanuary 21, 1946Her father, George, died on January 21, 1946..1 
Death of SpouseApril 4, 1970She was widowed when her husband, John, died on April 4, 1970.1 
DeathFebruary 28, 1981Cleo died February 28, 1981 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee at age 95.1  
BurialMarch 4, 1981Her body was buried on March 4, 1981 in Lakewood West Cemetery, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee.1 

Family

John Haywood Kirby b. 1872, d. 4 Apr 1970
Children 1.Lola Kirby1 b. 1907
 2.Fannie Kirby1 b. 1910
 3.John Haywood Kirby1
 4.Mae Kirby1 b. 1912
Note Putnam County, Tennessee, Marriage Records
Cleo Wade and John Kirby, 6-29-1902, Recorded Book 4, Page 129

Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee
Chattanooga News - Free Press
Sunday, March 1, 1981
Mrs. Cleo W. Kirby, 92, of 307 Browns Ferry Road, wido of John H. Kirby, died Saturday in a local hospital.
She was a member of the Fourth Avenue Church of God.
Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Lola B. Smith and one son, John Kirby, Jr. both of Chattanooga, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the J. Avery Bryan Funeral Home. 747 McCallie Ave.

Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee
Chattanooga News - Free Press
Tuesday, March 3, 1981
Mrs. Cleo Kirby
Services for Mrs. Cleo Wade Kirby, 92, of 307 Brown's Ferry Road, who died Saturday in a local hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Fourth Avenue Church of God with Rev. Calvin Wigley and Billy Fowler officiating.
Interment will follow in Lakewood Memory Gardens, West.
Arrangements are by the J. Avery Bryan Funeral Home.1 
(daughter) Census 1900-partialJune 16, 1900Cleo Wade was listed as a daughter in George W Wade's household on the 1900 Census on June 16, 1900 near 10 Civil, Putnam County, Tennessee.2 
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.
  2. [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., 1900 Census, Putnam County, TN, 10 Civil District, June 16, 1900
    128 Wade, Geo Head W M April 1849 51 M-8
    Parlee Wife W F Aug 1856 43 M-8 5-3
    Charley Son W M Aug 1893 6
    John Son W M Jan 1896 4
    Millie Dau W F Aug 1899 9/12
    Cloe Dau W F Aug 1886 13
    Minnie Dau W F Mar 1888 12.

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Millie Lee Wade1

Female, #22311, b. March 1, 1887, d. June 28, 1974
Relationships6th cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 4 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherGeorge W Wade1 b. Aug 30, 1855, d. Jan 21, 1946
MotherLucinda Pharris1 b. about 1855, d. before 1892
BirthMarch 1, 1887Millie was born March 1, 1887 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageSeptember 6, 1901She married William Henry Kirby, son of William Kirby and Margaret Davidson, September 6, 1901 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of DaughterApril 17, 1907Her daughter Annie was born April 17, 1907 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of DaughterMarch 26, 1911Her daughter Gordia was born March 26, 1911 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of DaughterMay 30, 1914Her daughter Addie was born May 30, 1914 in Lafayette, Walker County, Georgia.1 
Marriage of DaughterJuly 2, 1922Her daugher, Annie Catherine Kirby, married William Marion Morrow on July 2, 1922 in Farner, Polk County, Tennessee.1 
Death of FatherJanuary 21, 1946Her father, George, died on January 21, 1946..1 
Death of SpouseFebruary 23, 1956She was widowed when her husband, William, died on February 23, 1956.1 
DeathJune 28, 1974Millie died June 28, 1974 in Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee at age 87.1  
BurialJune 30, 1974Her body was buried on June 30, 1974 in Druid Hill Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee.1 

Family

William Henry Kirby b. 15 Oct 1876, d. 23 Feb 1956
Children 1.Annie Catherine Kirby+1 b. Apr 17, 1907, d. Jun 23, 1994
 2.Gordia Lee Kirby1 b. Mar 26, 1911, d. Dec 3, 1996
 3.Addie Mae Kirby1 b. May 30, 1914, d. May 2, 1978
Note Story from Wilda Luttrell:
Millie Lee Wade Kirby killed a woman in 1927. The story is that Millie and this other woman had been having a feud for some time. The Kirby family and the other woman's family shared a well. The other woman had said very bad things about Millie and one day at the well Millie stabbed the other woman. Due to all the publicity and bad feelings the Kirby family moved to Tellico Plains. This story will need to be verified.

Millie and William Henry Kirby did industrial work and farm work in states of Tennessee, Georgia, Ohio and North Carolina. Lived in Tellico Plains, Tennessee from 1927 to 1974.

Putnam County, Tennessee, Marriage Records
Milly Wade and Henry Kirby, 9-6-1901, Recorded Book 4, Page 138

Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee
Monroe County Observer, July 3, 1974
Millie Lea Kirby, 87, Tellico Plains, passed away at her home Friday. The funeral was held Sunday at the Druid Hill Baptist Church with the Rev. Taylor Bird and the Rev. Sam Wolfe officiating. Interment was the church cemetery.1 
(daughter) Census 1900-partialJune 16, 1900Millie Lee Wade was listed as a daughter in George W Wade's household on the 1900 Census on June 16, 1900 near 10 Civil, Putnam County, Tennessee.2 
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.
  2. [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., 1900 Census, Putnam County, TN, 10 Civil District, June 16, 1900
    128 Wade, Geo Head W M April 1849 51 M-8
    Parlee Wife W F Aug 1856 43 M-8 5-3
    Charley Son W M Aug 1893 6
    John Son W M Jan 1896 4
    Millie Dau W F Aug 1899 9/12
    Cloe Dau W F Aug 1886 13
    Minnie Dau W F Mar 1888 12.

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John Wilson Wade1

Male, #22312, b. January 26, 1896, d. between 1938 and 1939
Relationships6th cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 4 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherGeorge W Wade1 b. Aug 30, 1855, d. Jan 21, 1946
MotherParalee Fuqua1 b. Aug 11, 1857, d. Apr 19, 1943
BirthJanuary 26, 1896John was born January 26, 1896 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Deathbetween 1938 and 1939John died between 1938 and 1939 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.2  
Death - Conflict Infbetween 1938 and 1939Conflicting information indicates that he died between 1938 and 1939 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.1 
BurialHis body was buried in Sink Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee.1 
(son) Census 1900-partialJune 16, 1900John Wilson Wade was listed as a son in George W Wade's household on the 1900 Census on June 16, 1900 near 10 Civil, Putnam County, Tennessee.3 
(son) Census 1910April 21, 1910John Wilson Wade was listed as a son in the household of George W Wade and Paralee Fuqua in the 1910 Census on April 21, 1910 on McBroom Road District 10, Putnam County, Tennessee. John Wilson Wade's occupation is listed as farm laborer. Other members of the household listed were Charlie S Wade and Mollie O Wade.4
Draft registrationJune 5, 1918He registered for the draft on June 5, 1918.5 
(son) Census 1920-partialJanuary, 1920John Wilson Wade was listed as a son in George W Wade's household on the 1920 Census in January, 1920 on Indian Creek Road, Putnam County, Tennessee.6 
Last EditedDec 28, 2009

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. [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., John Wilson Wade, no information about his death date or where he was living when he died. I was told he was living in Detroit, Michigan or Toledo, Ohio and was stabbed to death and robbed in an alley. His body was shipped to Biereley Funeral Home, Madisonville, Tennessee. He is buried next to his mother, Paralee (Fuqua) Wade, just outside of Tellico Plains in the Sink Cemetery. I was told he was buried next to his mother and that would change his death date to after 1943. There is no headstone, only a cement block with his name scratched into it.
  3. [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., 1900 Census, Putnam County, TN, 10 Civil District, June 16, 1900
    128 Wade, Geo Head W M April 1849 51 M-8
    Parlee Wife W F Aug 1856 43 M-8 5-3
    Charley Son W M Aug 1893 6
    John Son W M Jan 1896 4
    Millie Dau W F Aug 1899 9/12
    Cloe Dau W F Aug 1886 13
    Minnie Dau W F Mar 1888 12.
  4. [S12365] U.S. Census Tennessee 1910, Putnam County, District 10.
  5. [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., World War 1, Registration Card, Number 124
    1. Name in full: John Wilson Wade
    Age in years: 21
    2. Home address: Bloomington Springs, Tenn
    3. Date of birth: January 26, 1897
    4. Where were you born? Bloomington, Tenn
    5. I am (1) a native of the United States
    6. If not a citizen, of what Nation are you a citizen or subject?
    7. Father's birthplace: Jackson County, Tenn
    8. Name of employer: George Wade
    Place of employment: Bloomington Springs, Tenn
    9. Name of nearest relative: George Wade
    Address of nearest relative: Bloomington Springs, Tenn
    10. Race - White
    I affirm that I have verified above answers and that they are true.
    Signature or Mark of Registrant: John Wilson (his X mark) Wade

    World War 1, Registrar's Report, 41-3-33B
    1. Tall, medium or short (specify which)? Medium
    Slender, medium or stout (which)? Medium
    2. Color of eyes? Brown
    Color of hair? Light
    3. 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 A Staley
    Date of restration: June 5th, 1918.
  6. [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., 1920 Census, Putnam County, TN, 20th Civil District, Enumerated 10-12 January 1920
    Indian Creek Road
    144 146 Wade, George E Head R M W 63 M ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, Parlee Wife F W 63 M ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, John W Son M W 22 S ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, Mollie O Dau F W 19 S ---- Yes Yes TN TN TN.

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Mollie O Wade1

Female, #22313, b. August 14, 1899, d. July 25, 1970
Relationships6th cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 4 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherGeorge W Wade1 b. Aug 30, 1855, d. Jan 21, 1946
MotherParalee Fuqua1 b. Aug 11, 1857, d. Apr 19, 1943
BirthAugust 14, 1899Mollie was born August 14, 1899 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageJanuary 3, 1922She married Collie C Vaughn, son of Richard L Vaughn and Laura Jernigan, January 3, 1922 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonSeptember 13, 1922Her son Collie was born September 13, 1922 in Baxter, Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
Death of SpouseDecember 16, 1932She was widowed when her husband, Collie, died on December 16, 1932.1 
MarriageNovember 13, 1935She married Oscar William Anderson, son of Jens Christian Anderson and Carolina C Gylling, November 13, 1935 in La Jara, Conejos County, Colorado.1  
Death of MotherApril 19, 1943Her mother, Paralee, died on April 19, 1943..1 
Death of FatherJanuary 21, 1946Her father, George, died on January 21, 1946..1 
Death of SonMarch 24, 1948Her son, Collie, died on March 24, 1948.1 
DeathJuly 25, 1970Mollie died July 25, 1970 in Wellington, Larimer County, Colorado at age 70.1  
BurialJuly 29, 1970Her body was buried on July 29, 1970 in Sanford Cemetery, Sanford, Conejos County, Colorado.1 

Family 1

Collie C Vaughn b. 8 May 1896, d. 16 Dec 1932
Child 1.Collie C Vaughn1 b. Sep 13, 1922, d. Mar 24, 1948

Family 2

Oscar William Anderson b. 17 May 1900, d. 10 Mar 1972
Note Putnam County, Tennessee, Marriage Records
Mollie Wade and Collie Vaughn, 1-3-1922, Recorded Book 6, Page 80

Collie Vaughn, husband of Mollie Wade shot and killed Charlie S. Wade on
December 19, 1926.

Letters from Mollie to Parlee and George W. Wade:

Monday, April 29
La Jara, Colorado
Dear Mother and Father
Will write you few line. Guess you think I have forgotten you, but have not. We have been hard hit this hole winter.
Clarence has been sick all the winter. He had the flu abt xmas and like to die and has not got over yet. He was operation march 28. He has miss lots of school this time. I think he will pass anyway. The doctor told me I should take him Arizona or New Mexico where it is warm the year through but I don hve any money to go any where. I am working on the ??? (can't make out word) to live. We can't hardly get by.
Would like very to see you all. Teh weather is getting warmer here now. I snow here one day last week but did not last long. Guess you are having nice weather there by now. I have been reading about your storms there did you get any of them.
I am sending you one of Clarence pictures made in school. Mother where is Cleo and John. Send me her address when you write. Would like to hear form her.
I wish you would send me one of your picture and Dad to. Don't think of much to write. Answer soon.
With Love
Mollie and Clarence

August 28, 1932
La Jara, Colorado
Dear Mother,
Received you letter some time ago. Was glad to hear from you.
I would of wrote sooner but have been working but I am not making very much this year as I only get 20 cents hour. They sure have cut wages here this summer.
It is getting cool here now. I have a fire today. I sure dread this winter it get so cold and fuel is so high, wood is sold by the hundred and coal is high to.
It will soon be time for Junior to start to school. He will be in the fourth grade, ??? (can't make out word) and book sure do cost a lots.
Collie is just about the same. You want to know my weight is 199 lbs, so you see I am very small, ha! ha!
It has been raining here for the last too week. I will have about one more week of work. I have been working night this year. Mother I sure would be glad to see you, I will come back some day.
I don't know much to write. Will close, write soon
With Love to you,
Mollie

Sept 27, 1934
La Jara, Colorado
Dear Mother and Father
Will write you again as I have not heard from you in so long. I dont know why you dont write to us are you mad or did you get my letter
I have been very busy this summer and fall. After the sheds close I had my canning to do. I can 100 10qt and made my krout today. I look for this winter to a hard time for us. It is getting cold her already. There is snow in the hills here now.
Clarence is in school now. He like school fine this year. He sure is a big boy. Now I will be glad when he get grown.
Mother I did not get to send you present for you birthday but will mail them monday. You write to me when you get them. I was working day and night to at that time.
How is dad. Write and tell me when his birthday is I have forgotten. Can't think of much to write, will close. Please answer this time.
With love,
Mollie and Clarence

Colorado Marriage's 1859-1939
Anderson, Oscar to Mollie Vaughn, November 13, 1935, License #3801

State of Colorado, Division of Vital Statistics, Marriage Record Report
County: Conejos
Husband's Name: Anderson, Oscar Age: 36 Race: White
Wife's Name: Vaughn, Mollie Age: 36 Race: White
Place of Marriage: La Jara, Colorado Date: 11/13/35
Name of Official who Performed Ceremony: O. W. Gylling
Title: Minister Address: La Jara, Colorado
Reported by: Cleotilde Trujillo Address: Conejos, Colorado

State of Colorado, Certificate of Death
Date Registered by State Registrar: Aug. 7, 1970
Local File Number: 132-239 State File Number: 10109
1. Deceased Name: Mollie Anderson 2. Sex - Female 3. Date of Death: July 25, 1970
4. Race: White 5a. Age: 70 6. Date of Birth - August 14, 1899 7a. County of Death - Larimer
7b. City, Town or Location of Death - Fort Collins 7c. Inside City Limits - Yes 7d. Hospital or Other Institution - North Eventide Nursing Home 8. State of Birth - Tennessee 9. Citizen of What County - U.S.A. 10. Married, Never Married, Widowed, Divorced - Married 11. Surviving Spouse - Oscar Anderson 12. Social Security Number - 524-24-8273-B 13a. Usual Occupation - Housewife 13b. Kind of Businness or Industry - At Home 14a. Residence/State - Colorado 14b. County - Larimer 14c. City, Town or Location - Wellington 14d. Inside City Limits - Yes 14e. Street and Number - 3826 Harrison
15. Father's Name - Unknown 16. Mother's Name - Unknown 17a. Informant Name - Oscar Anderson, Relation to Deceased - Husband 17b. Mailing Address - 3826 Harrison, Welling, CO 80549
18. Cause of Death, Immediate Cause (a) Cancer 1 yrs+ (b) Ca Breast 4 yrs+ (c) Diabetis Mellitus 18 yrs 19a. Autopsy - No
21. Certification/Physician
I attended the deceased from 9-19-61 to 7-25-70 and last saw alive on 7-14-70, Death occurred at 10:50p
23a. Certifier - Signature: C. A. Carrol MD 23b. Date Signed: 7-27-70
23c. Certifier Name typed: Charles A. Carroll 23d. Mailing Address - 208 S. College Ave., Ft. Collins, Co 80521
24a. Burial, Cremation, Removal - Rem. & Burial 24b. Cemetery or Crematory Name - Sanford Cemetery 24c. Location - Sanford, Colorado 24d. Date - July 29, 1970 25a. Funeral Home and Address - 301 E. Olive St. Ft. Collins, Co 80521 25b. Funeral Director Signature: David S. Brown?? License No. - 876
26a. Registrar Signature: marabeth S. Joy, Deputy 26b. Date Received by Local Registrar - July 26, 1970.1 
(daughter) Census 1900-partialJune 16, 1900Mollie O Wade was listed as a daughter in George W Wade's household on the 1900 Census on June 16, 1900 near 10 Civil, Putnam County, Tennessee.2 
(daughter) Census 1910April 21, 1910Mollie O Wade was listed as a daughter in the household of George W Wade and Paralee Fuqua in the 1910 Census on April 21, 1910 on McBroom Road District 10, Putnam County, Tennessee. Other members of the household listed were Charlie S Wade and John Wilson Wade.3
(daughter) Census 1920-partialJanuary, 1920Mollie O Wade was listed as a daughter in George W Wade's household on the 1920 Census in January, 1920 on Indian Creek Road, Putnam County, Tennessee.4 
Last EditedDec 30, 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.
  2. [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., 1900 Census, Putnam County, TN, 10 Civil District, June 16, 1900
    128 Wade, Geo Head W M April 1849 51 M-8
    Parlee Wife W F Aug 1856 43 M-8 5-3
    Charley Son W M Aug 1893 6
    John Son W M Jan 1896 4
    Millie Dau W F Aug 1899 9/12
    Cloe Dau W F Aug 1886 13
    Minnie Dau W F Mar 1888 12.
  3. [S12365] U.S. Census Tennessee 1910, Putnam County, District 10.
  4. [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., 1920 Census, Putnam County, TN, 20th Civil District, Enumerated 10-12 January 1920
    Indian Creek Road
    144 146 Wade, George E Head R M W 63 M ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, Parlee Wife F W 63 M ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, John W Son M W 22 S ---- No No TN TN TN
    Wade, Mollie O Dau F W 19 S ---- Yes Yes TN TN TN.

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Collie C Vaughn1

Male, #22314, b. May 8, 1896, d. December 16, 1932
FatherRichard L Vaughn1 b. 1863
MotherLaura Jernigan1 b. 1879
BirthMay 8, 1896Collie was born May 8, 1896 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageJanuary 3, 1922He married Mollie O Wade, daughter of George W Wade and Paralee Fuqua, January 3, 1922 in Putnam County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonSeptember 13, 1922His son Collie was born September 13, 1922 in Baxter, Putnam County, Tennessee.1 
DeathDecember 16, 1932Collie died December 16, 1932 in La Jara, Conejos County, Colorado at age 36 due to Labor Pneumonia.1  
BurialDecember 18, 1932His body was buried on December 18, 1932 in Sanford Cemetery, Sanford, Conejos County, Colorado.1 

Family

Mollie O Wade b. 14 Aug 1899, d. 25 Jul 1970
Child 1.Collie C Vaughn1 b. Sep 13, 1922, d. Mar 24, 1948
Note Wayman Vaughn and his brother, Collie Vaughn, were tried jointly in the murder of Charlie S. Wade in Putnam County Criminal Court. The transcripts of the joint proceedings trial and appeals are in the notes for Collie Vaughn. Individual appeals are in the notes for the respective defendants.

Collie Vaughn and Wayman Vaughn were charged with "unlawful and feloniously, wilfully, maliciously, deliberately and premeditatedly of their malice afore thought assault with shotguns, loaded with powder and lead ball and did then and there shoot, wound, and kill and murder, Charlie Wade and did so commit murder in the 1st degree."

Witnesses testified in Court:
Betty Wade, prosecutor, summons for State Witness Dr. Millis
Elmer Austin (Uncle to Alvis Wilkerson) Jack Maddux
Robert Presley Della Presley
Arthur Austin Ambrose Dyer
W. S. Wallace Henry Myers
John Judd Fina Dyer (Mother of Charlie Dyer)
M. T. Warren, Sheriff Redith Presley
Clay Buck, D. S. Clifford Jernigan
Ed Pippin Luther Ward
Dow Pippin Ralph Maddux
Floyd Wade Carlos Dyer
John Wade (Brother of Charlie) Solon Smith
Berry Elrod Orville Moss
Rosco Marrow J. R. Brown
Arthur Chaffin Charlie Maxwell
Thomas Birdwell Andy Holmes
Monroe Bush Willard B. Presley
Len Dyer George Wade (Father of Charlie Wade)
Hattie Presley Ernest Maddux

R. J. Jared was foreman of the Grand Jury
E. H. Boyd was Attorney General
G. C. Boyd, Attorney for Collie and Wayman Vaughn
The sheriff, took from home of Vaughns'
12 gauge shotgun of Collie Vaughn, new and in good condition
16 gauge shotgun of Wayman Vaughn of little value as evidence.

State of Tennessee Murder in first degree.
VS Motion for a new trial
Collie Vaughn &
Waymon Vaughn
Came the Attorney General for the state and the defendants, Collie Vaughn, and Waymon Vaughn in their own proper persons and by counsel on the charge of murder in the first degree to be heard on their motion for a new trial made in this cause on a former day of the term and entered on today and this cause on which motion is in words and figures as follows. To wit:

State of Tennessee In the Criminal Court of Putnam County, Tenn
VS Motion for a new trial
Collie Vaughn &
Wayman Vaughn
In this case, the Defendants, Collie Vaughn and Wayman Vaughn, move the court to set aside the verdict of the jury and to grant them a new trial, for the following reasons to wit:
1. There is no evidence to support the verdict.
2. The evidence preponderates against the verdict.
3. The punishment is excessively severe, and out of all proportion to the offense committed, if any there be, because they are not guilty of murder in first degree.
4. The court erred in permitting the counsel for the prosecution, Hon. 0. K. Holladay, over the objection of counsel for defendants, to recall the defendant Wayman Vaughn to the witness stand and to subject him to another cross examination by said Hollady, after he had been examined by his own counsel and then cross-examined at length by the State's Counsel, Hon. J. A. Drake; that is to say, after this defendant had been fully excused as a witness and his cross-examined by said Drake as attorney for the state and hand been excused as a witness and his cross examination closed, another and different attorney for the prosecution called, said defendant to the stand to be again cross-examined by another attorney for the prosecution. This action had the effect of allowing the prosecution to call the defendant as a witness against himself, and was also an abuse of the discretion vested in the court by allowing two attorneys for the prosecution thus to cross-examine the said defendant, who was a mere boy, only 16 years old and very feeble in health, and not physically able to undergo such examination.
5. The court erred in putting the defendants to trial at this term of the court, because (1) The defendant Collie Vaughn, was not physically able, to assist his counsel in making his proper defense; he was forced from illness and weakness from Tuberculosis to lie on a cot in the court room while his case was being tried he could not properly confer with his counsel or give them advise in the examination of witnesses while on the stand. (2) The defendants were not ready for trial because of the absence of their witnesses as shown by affidavits of defendants his case was called for trial on May 23, 1927, which affidavits are made part hereof.
6. The jury understood and intended to sentence the defendant, Wayman Vaughn, to the State Training and Agricultural School for the period of 20 years, and one day, whereas the sentence, in law, comptemplates the confinement of said defendant, in said school only until he reaches his majority and then his confinement in the penitentiary.
7. Hon. 0. K. Hollady, attorney for the prosecution, in the closing argument of the case, argued that jurors who did not favor reporting a verdict of conviction in the case were judo Judas Iscariots and Benedict Arnolds; this argument, was prejudicial to the defendants, and influenced the jury in arriving at their verdict. Also, in said arguments that consumptives are dangerous and inclined to commit crime; that persons so afflicted did not want to live, and hence were inclined to commit crime.
8. The prosecution was allowed over the objection of defendants, to offer a large number of witnesses who were brought up to the bar in a crowd to accredit some of' the witnesses for the state, especially the Presley witnesses, when it was stated in open court, that they would not be _____ on their character; this had the effect of impressing upon the jury that public sentiment was overwhelmingly in favor, of the prosecution, twenty or more such witnesses were thus offered on the character of each of several witness for the state whose characters were not attacked by the defendants. The jury was thus swayed by what had the appearance of one over whelming public sentiment in favor of the prosecution, which resulted in a verdict that was not reached alone up on the law, and the evidence but upon sentiment thus improperly worked on behalf of the prosecution.
9. The state challenged peremplarily six men presented for jury service, to wit: Autis Adams, R. Howard, W. P. Huddleston, Shirley France, Marshall Ray and John Smith, without specifying whether they were challenged for the state as against one or both defendants made at the time, the state was allowed to challenge said Mackie peremplarily, and he was excused by the court. The defendants had the right to have this man sit on the for the reason that the state had exhausted it peremplory challenges, before he was presented as a juror.
10. The evidence shows that the defendants are not guilty of murder in the first degree; there is no evidence to show such guilt; the evidence preponderates against their guilt of that offense. Especially is this true as to the defendant, Wayman Vaughn.
Wherefore, the defendants move the court to set aside said verdict as to both said defendants and to grant them a new trial; and each of the defendants, separately and for himself alone so moves to the court, upon the grounds aforesaid.
Grover C. Boyd
A. H. Roberts,
Attorneys for Defts

The foregoing motion was by the court overruled, and disallowed, to which both defendants excepted at the time and now except.
Albert Williams, Judge

The court after having seen and heard the said motion for a new trial of the defendants Collie Vaughn and Wayman Vaughn, and the affadavit offered in support of same, and the testimony of witnesses, introduced before the courts by said defendants in support of this said motion, after due consideration is pleased to overrule, and disallow said motion, to which action of the court, in overruling and disallowing said motion the defendants Collie Vaughn and Wayrnan Vaughn except.
The defendants Collie Vaughn and Wayrnon Vaughn then moved the court in arrest of judgment on the same grounds is set out in their motion for a new trial and the affidavit filed in support of same. Which said motion of the defendants, Collie and Wayrnon, in arrest of judgment, after being seen and understood by the court, is also overruled and disallowed by the court to which action of the court the defendants Collie Vaughn, and Wayman Vaughn also accept.
The court then pronounced judgment against the defendants, Collie Vaughn and Wayman Vaughn as follows.
It is therefore the judgement of the court that the defendant Collie Vaughn, for his said offense of murder in the first degree be confined at hard labor in the State Penitentiary of the State of Tennessee, at Nashville in accordance with the verdict and findings of the jury, for a period of twenty years and one day and that defendant Wayman Vaughn for his said offense of murder in the first degree be confined at hard labor in the State Training and Agricultural School for Boys of the State of Tennessee, in accordance with the verdict and findings of the jury, for a period of twenty years and one day, and that the defendants, Collie Vaughn and Wayman Vaughn pay all the costs accrued on the part of the State in this case, for which execution will issue.
To all of which action of the court, the defendants, Collie Vaughn and Wayman Vaughn, except and pray an appeal to the next term of the Supreme Court, sitting at Nashville, Tennessee, which to them is granted and on motion of the defendants they are allowed sixty days, from this date, in which to prepare, have signed by the court, and file with the clerk of this court, their bill of exceptions which said bill of exceptions when so signed, and filed shall be and become a part of the record in said case, and it is further ordered, by the court that said bill of exceptions shall be placed in the hands of E. H. Boyd, Attorney General for the state, within 30 days, from this date for his examination of same.
Then came the defendant Collie Vaughn and with him as his sureties came O. P. Jernigan, D. B. Boyd and J. T. Jernigan, and acknowledged themselves indebted to the State of Tennessee, in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) good and lawful money, to be void on condition that the said Collie Vaughn shall make his personal appearance before the Supreme Court at Nashville, Tennessee on the charge of murder in the first degree, and so appear from day to day, and term to term and not depart the court without leave, until the case is finally terminated or stricken from the docket and the defendant, discharged by the court.
Then came the defendant Wayman Vaughn and with him his sureties came O. P. Jernigan, D. B. Boyd and J. T. Jernigan, and acknowledged themselves indebted to the State of Tennessee, in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) good and lawful money, to be void on condition that the said Wayman Vaughn, shall make his personal appearance before the Supreme Court at Nashville, Tennessee at the next term to answer the State of Tennessee on the charge of murder in the first degree, and so appear from day to day, and term to term and not depart the court without leave, until the case is finally terminated or stricken from the docket and the defendant discharged by the court.

M. T. Warren, Sheriff
To
Board Bills
This day came M. T. Warren, Sheriff, and jailer and presented his board bill for boarding juries at the present term of this court, and it appearing to the court that the defendants were indicted in the below named cause it is therefore ordered, by the court, that the costs, accrued for boarding juries, on the part of the state be allowed, and paid out of the treasury of the State of Tennessee, and that the clerk of the court certify same to the comptroller's for payment as law provides.

State of Tennessee
Vs
Collie Vaughn & Wayman Vaughn
indictment murder in first degree, 5 days @ $28.00 total.
Received of H. W. Nabors, clerk the foreging board bills __ day of June 1927.
M. T. Warren, Sheriff

State of Tennessee Prededends Affirmed
Vs State of Tennessee
Collie Vaughn
To the Honorable Judge of the Criminal Court of Putnam County; holding and presiding at Cookeville, Tennessee:
Whereas, in our Supreme Court, at Nashville, at its December Term 1927, it was adjudged and ordered in the cause...
Collie Vaughn
Vs
The State
Appealed to our said Court from said Criminal Court that the same be remanded thereto for further proceedings and final determination therein.
These are, therefore, to require you, the court as aforesaid, that you proceed with the execution of this judgment of our said Supreme Court, by such further proceedings in your court as shall effecticate the objects of this order to remand, and attain the ends of justice.
Witness, Daivid S. Lansden, Clerk of said court at office in Nashville, the first Monday of December 1927.
David S. Lansden, Clerk (Seal)

The State of Tennessee
Be it remembered, that at a Supreme Court of errors and appeals, begun and held at the Capitol in the City of Nashville on the first Monday of December 192_, it being the __ day of December, 192_ when the following proceedings were had, to wit:

Collie Vaughn Putnam Criminal
Vs
The State
Came the plaintiff in error in proper person and by counsel, and also came the Attorney General on behalf of the State, and this cause was heard on the transcript of the record from the Criminal Court of Putnam County; and on consideration thereof, the Court is of opinion that there is no reversible error on the record, and that the judgment of the court below should be affirmed.
It is therefore ordered by the court that the plaintiff in error, for the offense of murder in the first degree, is charged in the indictment, be delivered to the Warden of the Penitentiary, or his agent, and be by him conveyed to the Penitentiary of the State of Tennessee and there confined at hard labor for term of not more than twenty years and one day, commencing on the day of his reception at said Penitentiary. It is further ordered by the court that the plaintiff in error be disqualified from holding any office under this state, or giving evidence in the courts of this state. The plaintiff in error will pay the costs of the cause accrued in this court and the court below, and execution may issue from this court for the cousts of the appeal. A procedends to the said Criminal Court of Putnam County directing the court to proceed with the collection of the cost of the cause accrued therein in the manner provided by law. The clerk of this court will issue a duly certified copy of this judgment to be delivered by the Marshall to the Warden with the body of the plaintiff in error.

Office of the Clerk of the Supreme Court of the Middle Division of the State of Tennessee.
I, David S. Lansden, Clerk of said Court, do hereby certifiy that the foregoing is a true, perfect and complete copy of the judgment of said court, pronounced at its December Term 1927, in the case of Collie Vaughn versus The State, as the same appears of record in my office. In testimony whereof I have hereto set and affixed the seal of the Court, at office in the capitol at Nashville on this the 11th day of January 1928.
David S. Lansden, Clerk (Seal)
It is therefore the judgment of the court that the foregoing judgment of the said Supreme Court be made the judgment of this court and the plaintiff in error is ordered into custody at the Penitentiary to serve said sentence, and the State of Tennessee will pay the costs of the cause when properly certified to the comptroller as the law requires.

Order Excusing Grand Jurry:
For satisfactory reasons appearing to the Court the regular jurors composing the Grand Jury are excused from further services at the present term of this court, and are hereby discharged.

Collie Vaughn was paroled due to his having tuberculosis. He was still in prison at the time of the 1930 Census.

1930 Census, Davidson County, Tennessee, State Penitentiary District 8, April 5, 1930, Page 9A
Vaughn Collie Prisoner M W 34 M 23 TN TN TN Veteran - WW

Collie, Mollie and Clarence Vaughn moved from Tennessee to Colorado probably during 1931.

State of Colorado
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Certificate of Death
File No. 11005
1. Place of Death
County - Conejos, Town - La Jara, Registration District No. 41
2. Full Name - Collie C. Vaughn
Personal and Statistical Particulars
3. Sex - Male 4. Color or Race - White 5. Single, Married, Widowed or Divorced - Married
a). If married, widowed or divorced, husband of - Mollie Wade Vaughn
6. Date of Birth - May 8, 1896 7. Age - 36 years, 7 months, 8 days
8. Occupation or Deceased - Mechanic
9. Birthplace - Baxter, Tenn
Parents
10. Name of Father - Richard Vaughn 11. Birthplace of Father - Baxter, Tenn
12. Maiden Name of Mother - Laura Jernigan 13. Birthplace of Mother - Tenn.
14. Informant - Roy Davis, La Jara, Colorado 15. Filed - No Data
Medical Certificate of Deach
16. Date of Death - December 16, 1932
17. The cause of death was as follows: Labor Pnewmonia, Duration - 7 days
Contributory (Secondary) - Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Duration - 10 years
18. Where was disease contracted - No Data
Signed: Can't read name, Coroner, M.D., Address: Manassa, Colorado
19. Place of Burial, Cremation, or Removal - Sanford Colorado, Date of burial - Dec. 18, 1932
20. Undertaker - None.1 
DescriptionCollie C Vaughn was described as Medical: Contributory: Pulmonary Tuberculosis which he had for 10 years.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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Susan Ellen Wade1

Female, #22315, b. July 2, 1874, d. September 18, 1953
Relationships6th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherRobert Morris Wade1 b. Mar 20, 1835, d. May 15, 1915
MotherAnn Howard Williams1 b. Dec 20, 1843, d. Sep 9, 1911
BirthJuly 2, 1874Susan was born July 2, 1874 in Salem, Marion County, Oregon.1 
Birth of DaughterFebruary, 1893Her daughter Ellen was born February, 1893 in Washington.2,1 
MarriageMay 9, 1896She married Edward Newbegin May 9, 1896 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.1  
Birth of DaughterMarch, 1899Her daughter Catherine was born March, 1899 in Oregon.3,1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1903Her daughter Dorothy was born about 1903 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of SonOctober 3, 1907Her son Wade was born October 3, 1907 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.1 
Death of MotherSeptember 9, 1911Her mother, Ann, died on September 9, 1911..1 
Death of FatherMay 15, 1915Her father, Robert, died on May 15, 1915..1,4 
Death of DaughterJanuary 29, 1917Her daughter, Dorothy, died on January 29, 1917.1 
Marriage of Daughterabout 1918Her daugher, Catherine Alice Newbegin, married Gillis C Kellaher about 1918.1 
Marriage of SonNovember 30, 1928Her son, Wade Newbegin, married Margaret Elizabeth Hall on November 30, 1928 in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington.1 
Death of SpouseJuly 27, 1929She was widowed when her husband, Edward, died on July 27, 1929.1 
DeathSeptember 18, 1953Susan died September 18, 1953 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon at age 79.1  
BurialSeptember 21, 1953Her body was buried on September 21, 1953 in Riverview Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, Sec 109 Lot 246 #3.1,5 

Family

Edward Newbegin b. Sep 1873, d. 27 Jul 1929
Children 1.Ellen Ann Newbegin1 b. Feb, 1893, d. Aug 1, 1968
 2.Catherine Alice Newbegin+1 b. Mar, 1899
 3.Dorothy Newbegin1 b. about 1903, d. Jan 29, 1917
 4.Wade Newbegin+1 b. Oct 3, 1907, d. Aug 31, 1991
Last EditedJan 19, 2008

Citations

  1. [S3374] Family Tree Maker File on William Nash Wade, Daraleen Phillips Wade , received October 27, 2006.
  2. [S3363] Unknown author, U.S. Census, 1900, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR ED 77 Sh 9B.
  3. [S3363] Unknown author, U.S. Census, 1900 Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon ED 77 Sh 9B.
  4. [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.
  5. [S3369] Unknown author, River View Cemetery information.

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William Henry Kirby1

Male, #22316, b. October 15, 1876, d. February 23, 1956
FatherWilliam Kirby1 b. 1846, d. May, 1909
MotherMargaret Davidson1
BirthOctober 15, 1876William was born October 15, 1876 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageSeptember 6, 1901He married Millie Lee Wade, daughter of George W Wade and Lucinda Pharris, September 6, 1901 in Granville, Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of DaughterApril 17, 1907His daughter Annie was born April 17, 1907 in an unknown place .1 
Death of FatherMay, 1909His father, William, died in May, 1909.1 
Birth of DaughterMarch 26, 1911His daughter Gordia was born March 26, 1911 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of DaughterMay 30, 1914His daughter Addie was born May 30, 1914 in Lafayette, Walker County, Georgia.1 
Marriage of DaughterJuly 2, 1922His daughter, Annie Catherine Kirby, married William Marion Morrow on July 2, 1922 in Farner, Polk County, Tennessee.1 
DeathFebruary 23, 1956William died February 23, 1956 in Sweetwater, Monroe County, Tennessee at age 79.1  
BurialFebruary 26, 1956His body was buried on February 26, 1956 in Druid Hill Cemetery, Tellico Plains, Monroe County, Tennessee.1 

Family

Millie Lee Wade b. 1 Mar 1887, d. 28 Jun 1974
Children 1.Annie Catherine Kirby+1 b. Apr 17, 1907, d. Jun 23, 1994
 2.Gordia Lee Kirby1 b. Mar 26, 1911, d. Dec 3, 1996
 3.Addie Mae Kirby1 b. May 30, 1914, d. May 2, 1978
Note 1930 Census, Monroe County, Tennessee, District 4, April 11, 1930, Page 5B
100/100 Kirby, Henry Head M W 57 M 30 TN TN TN
Kirby, Millie Wife F W 34 M 14 TN TN TN
Kirby, Ada May Dau F W 14 S GA TN TN.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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George Washington Wade1

Male, #22317, b. 1824
Relationships4th cousin 4 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 2 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherDowney Wade1 b. 1788, d. between 1860 and 1870
MotherMartha Richardson1 b. 1789, d. between 1860 and 1870
Birth1824George was born 1824 in Person County, North Carolina.1 
Marriageabout 1841He married Lucinda Willaby, daughter of Isaac Willaby, about 1841 in an unknown place .1  
Birth of Daughter1842His daughter Mary was born 1842 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterJuly 4, 1843His daughter Letha was born July 4, 1843 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonNovember 14, 1847His son James was born November 14, 1847 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1,2 
Marriageafter November, 1850He married Mary Hardcastle, daughter of Barnett Hardcastle and Sarah (surname not known), after November, 1850 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonAugust 30, 1855His son George was born August 30, 1855 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterAugust, 1864His daughter Martha was born August, 1864 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonApril, 1867His son James was born April, 1867 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death - no dateGeorge died on an unknown date in Jackson County, Tennessee

Family 1

Lucinda Willaby b. 1828, d. May 1850
Children 1.Mary Jane Wade+1 b. 1842, d. Apr 15, 1910
 2.Letha Wade+1 b. Jul 4, 1843, d. Jan 8, 1921
 3.James Frederick Wade+1 b. Nov 14, 1847, d. Jul 30, 1919

Family 2

Mary Hardcastle b. 1831, d. a 1880
Children 1.George W Wade+1 b. Aug 30, 1855, d. Jan 21, 1946
 2.Martha T Wade+1 b. Aug, 1864, d. about Jun, 1901
 3.James Wade+1 b. Apr, 1867
Note Jackson County Agricultural Schedule, Roll 192, Book 3, November 2, 1850
George W. Wade 15 Acres - Improved
Isaac Willaby 25 Acres - Improved
Hampton R. Wade 35 Acres - Improved

It is believed that George was married to ??? Willaby, they had the following children; Mary, Letha and James, which appears in the 1850 census of Jackson County, Tennessee. According to the Agricultural Schedule of 1850, Isaac Willaby lived between George W. Wade and Hampton R. Wade.

In the 1840 census Isac Willaby lives next to Downey Wade. Isaac has a daughter between 15 and 20 years of age and George is between 15 and 20 years of age.
Isac Willaby 1 - Male 15 & under 20
1 - Male 20 & under 30
1 - Male 80 & under 90
1 - Female 10 & under 15
1 - Female 15 & under 20
1 - Female 50 & under 60

1850 Census, Jackson County, TN, District 14, November 2, 1850
820/819 George W. Wade 26 M Farming NC 15 acres
Dowery 62 M Farming NC
Martha 61 F NC
Mary 8 F TN
Letha 6 F TN
James 2 M TN
Rebecca Malone 20 F TN
Gabriel 1 M TN.1
 
Last EditedDec 30, 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.
  2. [S5295] James Wade, Kentucky Death Certificate, The death certificate has a birth date of October 1847.

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Mary Hardcastle1

Female, #22318, b. 1831, d. after 1880
FatherBarnett Hardcastle1 b. 1797
MotherSarah (surname not known)1 b. 1806, d. before 1860
Birth1831Mary was born 1831 in Tennessee.1 
Marriageafter November, 1850She married George Washington Wade, son of Downey Wade and Martha Richardson, after November, 1850 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of SonAugust 30, 1855Her son George was born August 30, 1855 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterAugust, 1864Her daughter Martha was born August, 1864 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonApril, 1867Her son James was born April, 1867 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Deathafter 1880Mary died after 1880 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  

Family

George Washington Wade b. 1824
Children 1.George W Wade+1 b. Aug 30, 1855, d. Jan 21, 1946
 2.Martha T Wade+1 b. Aug, 1864, d. about Jun, 1901
 3.James Wade+1 b. Apr, 1867
Note 1850 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 14, November 2, 1850
821/820 Barnett Hardcastle 54 M Farming NC
Sarah 44 F TN
Delila 23 F TN
Lucinda 21 F TN
Polly 19 F TN
Elizabeth 17 F TN
Batheah 15 F TN
James 13 F TN
Lewis 10 M TN
Sarah 6 F TN
Alexander 4 M TN

1860 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 15, June 15, 1860
197 Barnet Hardcastle 63 M Day Laborer W NC
Lucy 28 F TN
Bathia 23 F Spin & Weave TN
James 21 M TN
Lewis 18 M TN
Sarah 15 F TN
Adelene 11 F TN
Van Buren 6 M TN
Maria 3 F TN
Polly Wade 26 F W TN
George 7 M TN

1870 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 15, September 1, 1870
126 Wade, Mary 38 F W Housekeeper Tennessee
Wade, George W 18 M W Tennessee
Wade, Martha O 8 F W Tennessee
Wade, James 3 M W Tennessee
Hardcastle, Janie 26 F W Tennessee
Hardcastle, Addie 22 F W Tennessee
Hardcastle, Louis 30 M W Tennessee

Jackson County, Tennessee, Trust Deed, 1872-1877, Book A, Page 206
I Mary Wade have this day bargained and sold and hereby transfer and convey to W. H. Ragland my entire crop of tobacco grown on the place where I now live for the year 1875. The condition of this obligation are such that whereas I am indebted to the said W. H. Ragland in the sum of twenty five dollars which I have agreed to pay to him on or before the 15th day of November 1875. Now if I should pay the said W. H. Ragland the said sum of Twenty Five on or before the 15th day of November 1875 then this obligation is to be void otherwise it is to remain in full force and effect and in the event that said sum of money is not paid on or before the 15th day of November 1875. The I hereby appoint W. B. Clark my trustee who is hereby vested with full power and authority to advertise said tobacco for sale and to sell so much thereof as will be sufficient to pay the said W. H. Ragland the said sum of twenty five dollars given under my hand and seal this the 25th day of June 1875.
Signed: Mary (her X mark) Wade
Attest: ?. B. Young
M. B. Young

State of Tennessee, Jackson County
I, H. J. Harley, Clerk do hereby certify that I am personally acquainted with Mary Wade the within bargainor who signed and acknowledged the within deed to be her act and deed for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office in Gainesboro this June 25th 1875.
Signed: H. J. Harley, Clerk

1880 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, District 7, Page 235A
Mary Wade Self F W W 40 Keeping House TN NC TN
George M Son M S W 24 Farmer TN TN TN
Martha Dau F S W 15 TN TN TN
James Son M S W 13 TN TN TN
Note: Mary should have been about 48 in the 1880 Census.1 
Name Variation Mary Hardcastle was also known as Polly.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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Martha T Wade1

Female, #22319, b. August, 1864, d. about June, 1901
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherGeorge Washington Wade1 b. 1824
MotherMary Hardcastle1 b. 1831, d. after 1880
BirthAugust, 1864Martha was born August, 1864 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Marriage - no spouseShe married an unknown person . I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Birth of DaughterSeptember, 1892Her daughter Mary was born September, 1892 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1894Her son Alvin was born about 1894 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterJanuary, 1897Her daughter Delia was born January, 1897 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJune 8, 1900Her son Floyd was born June 8, 1900 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Deathabout June, 1901Martha died about June, 1901 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
BurialHer body was buried in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 

Family

Children 1.Mary Etta Wade+1 b. Sep, 1892, d. Apr 20, 1969
 2.Alvin Wade1 b. about 1894
 3.Delia Wade1 b. Jan, 1897, d. 1923
 4.Floyd Lee Wade+1 b. Jun 8, 1900, d. Jan 11, 1992
Note To the best of family knowledge, Martha T. Wade never married, however three of her children had the same father, Hiram Keith. They were Alvin, Delia and Floyd Lee.

1900 Census, Jackson County, TN, District 7, June 6, 1900
51 Wade, Martha Head W F August 1864 35 S 2 2 TN TN TN
Mary Daughter W F Septempber 1892 7 S TN TN TN
Delia Daughter W F January 1897 3 S TN TN TN
Hardcastle, Bertha Aunt W F April 1854 46 Wd TN TN TN

It is estimated that Martha died about June, 1901. Floyd was a year old and still breast feeding when she died.

Martha is buried off Shepardsville Road, Jackson County near the Union Hill Church. Martha only had a flag stone marker.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 Wade1

Male, #22320, b. April, 1867
Relationships5th cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 3 times removed of John Utley Wade
FatherGeorge Washington Wade1 b. 1824
MotherMary Hardcastle1 b. 1831, d. after 1880
BirthApril, 1867James was born April, 1867 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
MarriageMarch 24, 1887He married Malisa Cox March 24, 1887 in Gainesboro, Jackson County, Tennessee.1  
Birth of DaughterDecember, 1888His daughter Effie was born December, 1888 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonOctober, 1890His son Roy was born October, 1890 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonNovember, 1892His son Beny was born November, 1892 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonJanuary, 1895His son Osker was born January, 1895 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of SonFebruary, 1898His son Willie was born February, 1898 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Birth of DaughterFebruary, 1900His daughter Jane was born February, 1900 in Jackson County, Tennessee.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of James's death. 

Family

Malisa Cox b. Jul 1867
Children 1.Effie Wade1 b. Dec, 1888
 2.Roy Wade1 b. Oct, 1890
 3.Beny A Wade1 b. Nov, 1892
 4.Osker Wade1 b. Jan, 1895
 5.Willie Wade1 b. Feb, 1898
 6.Jane Wade1 b. Feb, 1900
Note Jackson County, TN, Marriage Bond
Know all men by these presents that we, James Wade & C. A. Hardcastle 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 James Wade has prayed for a License to marry Malisa Cox.
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 24 day of Mch (March) 1887.
James Wade (Seal)
C. A. (his X mark) Hardcastle (Seal)

Jackson County, TN, Marriage License
To 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 James Wade and Malisa Cox 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 24 day of Mch (March) 1887.
J. H. Choffin
Clerk County Court of said County

I solemnized the Rites of Matrimony between the above named parties on the 24 day of Mch (March) 1887.
A. Cornwell J. P.

Jackson County, Tennessee, Marriages, 1870-1881, Volume 3, Page 73
Wade, James to Malisa Cox, Bond - March 24, 1887, Marriage - March 24, 1887

1900 Census, Jackson County, Tennessee, Civil District 5, June 2, 1900
17/17 Wade, James Head W M Apr 1867 33 M 13 TN TN TN
Wade, Malissa Wife W F Jul 1867 32 M 13 6 6 TN TN TN
Wade, Effie Dau W F Dec 1888 11 S TN TN TN
Wade, Roy Son W M Oct 1890 9 S TN TN TN
Wade, Beny A Son W M Nov 1892 7 S TN TN TN
Wade, Osker Son W M Jan 1895 5 S TN TN TN
Wade, Willie Son W M Feb 1898 2 S TN TN TN
Wade, Jane Dau W F Feb 1900 4mo S TN TN TN
Ferrell, Sid Border B M Mar 1879 21 S TN TN TN.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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