Lucy S Wade

Female, #13201, b. September 15, 1877, d. after September 15, 1877
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-granddaughter of John Utley Wade
FatherCharles Anderson Wade b. Sep 26, 1853, d. Jan 26, 1933
MotherSarah Temperance Starkey b. Apr 14, 1860, d. Jan 24, 1948
BirthSeptember 15, 1877Lucy was born September 15, 1877 in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Death youngafter September 15, 1877Lucy died young after September 15, 1877 in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Last EditedApr 4, 2007

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.

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Mary Ellen Wade

Female, #13202, b. September 10, 1879, d. 1882 or 1883
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-granddaughter of John Utley Wade
FatherCharles Anderson Wade b. Sep 26, 1853, d. Jan 26, 1933
MotherSarah Temperance Starkey b. Apr 14, 1860, d. Jan 24, 1948
BirthSeptember 10, 1879Mary was born September 10, 1879 in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Death1882 or 1883Mary died 1882 or 1883 in Franklin County, Virginia.1  
Last EditedMay 11, 2006

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.

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Della Wade

Female, #13203, b. October 27, 1881, d. about 1951
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-granddaughter of John Utley Wade
FatherCharles Anderson Wade b. Sep 26, 1853, d. Jan 26, 1933
MotherSarah Temperance Starkey b. Apr 14, 1860, d. Jan 24, 1948
BirthOctober 27, 1881Della was born October 27, 1881 in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Marriage - no infoShe married Will Hazelwood. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Death of FatherJanuary 26, 1933Her father, Charles, died on January 26, 1933..2,3 
Deathabout 1951Della died about 1951 in an unknown place .1  
Number MarriagesDella Wade married six or seven times.  
(daughter) Census 1900June 15, 1900She was listed as a daughter in the household of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey in the 1900 Census on June 15, 1900 in Blackwater District, Franklin County, Virginia. Other members of the household listed were Martha Ella Wade, Charles Mermand Wade, James Henry Wade, Benjamin Wade, Jonas Wade, Seaboy Wade and Ira Wade.4
ResidenceShe resided in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Last EditedMay 11, 2006

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  2. [S2327] GEDCOM on World Connect, Steven Fike, this source may be viewed at e-mail address, reviewed update of November 7, 2001.
  3. [S2819] Lillie Wade, received from Sophia Martin.
  4. [S14184] U.S. Census Virginia 1900, Franklin County, Blackwater District.
  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.

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Will Hazelwood

Male, #13204
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Will Hazelwood.  
Marriage - no infoHe married Della Wade, daughter of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Will's death. 

Family

Della Wade b. 27 Oct 1881, d. a 1951
Children 1.Thelma Hazelwood2
 2.Mildred Hazelwood2
Last EditedMay 11, 2006

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  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.

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John Ellis

Male, #13206, b. 1710, d. August 13, 1766
RelationshipJohn Ellis is a parent or ancestor of a spouse of one of my relatives. Because John is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
Birth1710John was born 1710 in an unknown place .1 
Marriage - no infoHe married Lucy Mayes. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.2 
Birth of Daughter1725His daughter Jean was born 1725 in an unknown place .1 
Marriage of DaughterSeptember 19, 1750His daughter, Jean Ellis, married Hampton Wade on September 19, 1750 in Amelia County, Virginia Colony .2 
Death of Spouse1759He was widowed when his wife, Lucy, died in 1759.1 
DeathAugust 13, 1766John died August 13, 1766 in an unknown place .1  

Family

Lucy Mayes b. 1700, d. 1759
Child 1.Jean Ellis+3 b. 1725, d. Nov 4, 1785
Note Amelia County, Virginia, Deeds
Book 5, Page 57
To all who these present come, Greetings: Know ye that I John Ellis of the Parish of Nottoway in the County of Amelia, for divers good causes and considerations, me thereunto moving, but especially for and in consideration of the natural love and affection I have and bear unto Hampton Wade of the said Parish and County and Jane his wife, a daughter of me the said John Ellis, have given, granted and confirmed to Hampton Wade and Jane his wife three slaves. The said slaves and their increase, after the deaths of Hampton and Jane Wade, to be equally divided between William Wade, Robert Wade, Richard Wade, and Betsy Wade, sons and daughter of the said Hampton Wade and Jane Wade.
Witness: Isaac Ferguson, Thomas Jeffress. /S/ John Ellis
Dated 19 Sep 1753. Recorded 27 Sep 1753

John Ellis' Bear Story
While surveying the Dividing Line Betwixt Virginia and North Carolina

Well over thirty men were employed by the Colony of Virginia in the year 1728 to survey the final dividing line between the colonies of Virginia and North Carolina. It had been one hundred years since the first English settlers had appeared, and still there was no clear delineation between the two colonies. So, under the guidance of commissioners from both Virginia and North Carolina, the surveyors mapped out the dividing line from a point beginning at the coast to a point a few hundred miles inland.

At the time of the survey, the American continent was a forested jewel, teeming with wildlife, including buffaloo, bears and wolves. There were no English settlers in these woods, only the original natives. No one had traversed the Dismal Swamp and no one had named the pedimont rivers. Yet the mark these men left behind on the continent now appeares on every map of the nation. The names they gave to rivers and creeks have become a part of history.

Shortly after the dividing line was surveyed, the details of this historic moment were told in a book entitled, "The History of the Dividing Line Betwixt Virginia and North Carolina". It was written by famed Virginian William Byrd, who was one of the commissioners from Virginia that attended the surveying expedition. He wrote the book by relying upon his own personal diaries that he had kept during the adventure. Not until modern times were both the book and the diaries published together. The publication of the diaries is entitled "The Secret History of the Dividing Line..."). These publications allow us to make a comparison of William Byrd's public words and private thoughts. These documents show his actual concerns versus his expressed concerns for members of his family, the other commissioners, native American Indians, as well as Indian traders, backwoods settlers, servants, and the like, all found along the route of the dividing line.

Two of the individuals mentioned by Byrd in his writings were John Ellis and John Ellis, Jr.. These two men who helped survey the line, later became the ancestors of the Wade family of Halifax County Virginia, and Fayette County, Tennessee when John Ellis Jr.'s daughter Jane married Hampton Wade. At the time of the expedition, however, John Ellis Jr. was only about eighteen and not yet married. In fact Halifax County did not even exist.

At the beginning of the surveying expedition in 1728, the Ellises resided in Prince George County, in the lower half of the Virginia Colony. At that time the county was extensive, running West from the James River to almost the mountains. On its other three sides it was bounded by the James River, the Nottoway River, and the Appomatax River. Between its eastern settlements and the far reaches of the western mountains there was little but forests and the last of the remaining Indian villages.

The Ellis Family in Colonial Virginia
Early knowledge of the Ellises in Prince George County is sketchy due the destruction of the records in later wars, but from remaining sources, it can be determined that the Ellises had been in the county before 1713 living in the eastern parish of Bristol. To avoid confusion, it is perhaps best to explain up front that there were three generations of John Ellises in Prince George County: John Ellis (the first) who was normally referred to in the records as Senior; John Ellis (the second) who was also called "the Indian Trader" as well as Junior until 1728; and then John Ellis (the third) who was referred to as John Ellis of Amelia County. Their use of Junior and Senior was typical for their day. It did not differentiate father and son as it does today, but instead differentiated the older from the younger within the county court records. If a "Senior" died or left the county, the "Junior" could either drop their own title or become "Senior" should another similarly named individual appear in the county who was not older. Should ages be close or additional John Ellises appear in the county, then occupation or location was used to differentiate them. For our purposes though we will refer to the different John Ellises when possible as "1st", "2nd", or "3rd".

John Ellis, Senior
John Ellis, Sr. (1st), owned land at Wolf Pitt Branch and Reedy Run in 1715. In 1726, he was an elderly man and thus exempt from paying the Bristol Parish tax. By 1730, Elizabeth Ellis who was probably his widow, asked for her Indian slave to be exempt from the same such tax. No records ever say that this John and Elizabeth Ellis were the father of John Ellis (2nd); but they are the only Ellises in Prince George County at this time, and in one land deed both John Ellis (1st) and John Ellis (2nd) sign together as witnesses.

John Ellis, the Indian Trader
John Ellis (2nd) owned land at White Oak Swamp. By occupation, he was an Indian trader who would go into the back country for long periods of time to trade with the Indians. Parish records in the 1720's mention him and his occupation. The records also mention his son. One time when John Ellis (2nd) had gone on his usual trading trip into the back country, back in the parish his young son John Ellis (3rd) broke his leg. The records report that a parish warden had found a doctor to set it. After returning from the trading expedition, the father refused to pay for the cost of a doctor to set the broken leg of his son, because the leg had healed improperly. The wardens must have agreed with the decision, for they, in turn, sought another doctor before requiring John Ellis, the Indian trader, to make a payment of 3000 pounds of tobacco in 240 casks. In the end, John Ellis (2nd) made the payment by turning it over to one of the parish wardens who would use it towards the completion of the new parish church. The warden's name was Captain Thomas Jefferson--grandfather of the later president.

In both the parish records and the "Secret History of the Dividing Line..." the father-and-son relationship between John Ellis (2nd) and John Ellis (3rd) is clearly shown. Also shown in the parish records, is another relationship. This was of John Ellis (2nd); to Martha Ellis, a child. Martha Ellis chose a Margery Gilliam as her guardian in 1738 stating that her previous "guardian" John Ellis (2nd) was then deceased. Undoubtedly, John was her father, too. Only one other Ellis is also mentioned in the early court records of the period and that is a mention of Thomas Ellis, but it is not clear how he is related to John.

John Ellis of Amelia
John Ellis (3rd) was born about 1710 in Prince George County, in the colony of Virginia. In 1720 at age 10 he broke his leg and for four months lived with a neighbor John West while his leg healed. Undoubtedly, even before he was eighteen, he had been out with his father helping in the Indian trading business, for in 1728, he was selected as one of the thirty men to go with his father and Commissioner William Byrd on the surveying expedition to lay out the dividing line. Afterwards, he married Lucy Mays the daughter of William Mays and Mary Mays nee Mattox. At one time, he was even arrested and held for contempt of court when he and his wife Lucy had refused to appear as witnesses in a court case that concerned his father John Ellis 2nd. At a later date, Lucy Ellis nee Mays did appear before the judge to show cause and her suit was dismissed, but her husband still refused to appear. When he also refused to pay the fine for his refusal he was arrested.

In 1753, John Ellis (3rd) deeded property to his son-law-law Hampton Wade and to his daughter "Jean" (most records called her Jane.) Hampton Wade and Jane Ellis later lived in Halifax County. In fact, the first county court session for Halifax was held in Hampton Wade's home in 1758. But at this time John Ellis (3rd) was living in Nottoway Parish, a part of Amelia County. Since Amelia had separated from Prince George County in 1735, John Ellis may not have had to move to be in the new county. The land was on the north side of the "Great Nottoway River" and would today be located in the county of Nottoway. For a while, John Ellis and his family may have lived in nearby Lunenburg County. His father-in-law William May had moved there before he died in 1748. Also, in Lunenburg at the place of where the county court was held, Hampton Wade had a license to operate a inn or "ordinary". John Ellis (3rd) left his own will in Amelia County, so may never have moved to Lunenburg County. The records are not clear at this time on anything about John Ellis (3rd), except that he died about 1762. He was 52 years old.

The Expedition's History
The life of John Ellis (3rd) is best seen in the time of the surveyors' expeditions in 1728. During the spring or first expedition, the Diary and the History as written by William Byrd mention both John Ellises and makes a point to differentiate between them. By the time of the fall expedition, the Diary only mentions one John Ellis (3rd). On this point the History and the Diary differ, the History credits both Ellises as going on the fall expedition, but since the Diary never differentiates which John Ellis it is referring to, it is assumed that it means the younger. The error may have been intentional or just a matter of form.

During the spring expedition, the Diary mentioned the Ellises twice. Once it makes reference to those who would have to go through the "Dismal Swamp". These men were going "were no white man had ever gone through before" and the Ellises are included on the list.

The other time the Ellises are mentioned, the Diary relates the conditions of the men who successfully completed the trek through the swamp. The Diary describes the men as "being reduced to such straights that they had begun to look upon John Ellis' dog with a longing appetite." That was about as far as the survey went in the Spring. On April 9, 1728, all of the woodsmen were discharged and sent to the Prince George Courthouse without completing the survey.

After the hot summer, and at the start of the autumn expedition, the Diary again mentions that John Ellis, Jr., (3rd). This time it mentioned John Ellis as one of those hired who were "attending" the commissioners. Their new expedition started on September 17, 1728. On the following Sunday, John Ellis must have been sick, for William Byrd had to give him medicine. In the diary Byrd described John's perscription as "a vomit for his Ague with good success."

John Ellis must have gotten over the "ague", for on the return trip from the western most point of the survey he killed one of the few bears that fed the expedition. This was near the end of the expedition. For all of them, it ended on the 20th of November, taking about sixty days to finish out what is now about three-fourths of the state dividing line for Virginia and North Carolina.

Only one other mention is made of John Ellis and the passage follows. Worth reading in the original, it is the one other time that John Ellis is talked about in both the Diary and the History. Though the flavor of the re-telling is William Byrd's, the following incident was told to Byrd by our own ancestor some two-hundred and fifty years ago. The expedition was deep in the virgin forest a long way from any settlements. On the Saturday afternoon of November 2, the surveying party arrived at back at a creek they had recently named Matrimony Creek. They camped there along the creek because cold winter rains had come in so strong that they could not continue.


The Diary
as written by William Byrd
[November 4th, ] In the morning we measured the Marks we had set up at the River, and found the Water had not fallen above a foot, by this we were convinced that we shou'd be obliged to halt there a day longer. We sent some Men to endeavor to bring up 2 Horses, which tired on Saturday, but the Horses were too well pleas'd with their Liberty to come along with them. One of these Manumitted Horses belong'd to Abraham Jones, and being Prick't in the Mouth he bled himself quite off his legs.

There being great Plenty in our Camp the Men kept eating all day to keep them out of Idleness. In the Evening it Look't very dark and menaced us with more rain to our great Mortification, but after a few Drops, I thank God it blew over. Orion [i.e., Alexander Irvin, the surveyor for Virginia.] sigh'd heavily while it lasted, apprehending we shou'd take up our Winter Quarters in the Woods. John Ellis who was one of the Men we had sent to bring up the tired Horses told us a Romantick Adventure which he had with a Bear on Saturday last.

He had straggled from his Company, and tree'd a Young Cubb. While he was new priming his Gun to shoot at it, the Old Gentlewoman appeared, who seeing her Heir Apparent in Distress, came up to his relief. The Bear advanced very near to her Enemy, rear'd up on her Posteriors, and put herself in Guard.

The Man presented his Piece at her, but unfortunately it only snapp't, the Powder being moist. Missing his Fire in this manner he offer'd to punch he with the muzzle of his Gun. Which Mother Bruin being aware of, seized the weapon with her Paws. and by main strength wrench'd it our of his Hand. Being thus fairly disarm'd, and not knowing in the Fright, but the Bear might turn his own Cannon upon him, he thought it prudent to retire as fast as his Legs cou'd carry him. The Brute being grown more bold by the flight of her Adversary, immediately pursued, and for sometime it was doubtful, whether Fear made one Run faster, or Fury the other. But after a fair Course of 40 Yards, the poor man had the mishap to stumble over a Stump, and fell down at his full length.

He now wou'd have sold his life a Pennyworth: But the Bear apprehending there might be some trick in this Fall, instantly halted, and look't very earnestly to observe what the Man cou'd mean. In the Meantime he had with much presence of Mind, resolved to make the Bear believe he was dead, by lying breathless on the Ground, Upon the hopes the Bear wou'd be too generous to kill him over again.

He acted a Corps in this Manner for sometime, till he was rais'd from the Dead by the barking of a Dog, belonging to one of his Companions. Cur came up seasonably to his Rescue and drove the Bear from her Pursuit of the Man, to go and take care of her innocent Cubb, which she now apprehended might fall into a Second Distress.2 
Last EditedMar 28, 2009

Citations

  1. [S4146] , GEDCOM file George Perrin Descendents, March 20, 2008.
  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.
  3. [S2334] Charlie Ellis Wright, e-mail to Garril L Kueber November 28, 2001.

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Richard Wade Jr1

Male, #13207, b. 1726, d. September 11, 1794
Relationships2nd cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 1 time removed of John Utley Wade
FatherRichard Wade b. about 1704, d. 1757
MotherGriselle Dabney b. about 1704, d. Mar 15, 1768
Birth - Conflict Infabout 1726Conflicting evidence states that Richard was born about 1726 in Henrico County, Virginia Colony .2 
Birth1726Richard was born 1726 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriageabout 1747He married an unknown person about 1747 in an unknown place .1  
Birth of Daughterabout 1748His daughter Winnifred was born about 1748 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Son1750His son Nathaniel was born 1750 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonOctober 26, 1752His son Richard was born October 26, 1752 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
MarriageFebruary 5, 1755He married Elizabeth Barker, daughter of William Barker, February 5, 1755 in St James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1  
Birth of SonDecember, 1755His son Daniel was born December, 1755 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Death of Father1757His father, Richard, died in 1757.3 
Birth of SonMarch 4, 1757His son William was born March 4, 1757 in Tuckahoe Plantation, Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonJune, 1759His son Hood was born June, 1759 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of DaughterNovember 24, 1761His daughter Elizabeth was born November 24, 1761 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonApril 15, 1764His son Obadiah was born April 15, 1764 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonSeptember 14, 1766His son Michael was born September 14, 1766 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Death of MotherMarch 15, 1768His mother, Griselle, died on March 15, 1768.1 
Birth of DaughterDecember 24, 1768His daughter Patsy was born December 24, 1768 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonMay 11, 1771His son Joseph was born May 11, 1771 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriage of SonNovember 8, 1772His son, Richard Wade III, married Judith Hancock on November 8, 1772 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonDecember 20, 1773His son Reuben was born December 20, 1773 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriage of SonMay 30, 1776His son, Daniel Wade, married Mary Neves on May 30, 1776 in Goochland County, Virginia.1 
Birth of DaughterSeptember 1, 1776His daughter Lucy was born September 1, 1776 in Goochland County, Virginia.1 
Marriage of DaughterJanuary 20, 1789His daughter, Patsy Wade, married Daniel Morriset on January 20, 1789.1 
Marriage of DaughterJanuary 21, 1793His daughter, Elizabeth Wade, married John Pace on January 21, 1793 in Prince Edward County, Virginia.1 
Marriage of SonNovember 11, 1793His son, Obadiah Wade, married Caroline Walthall on November 11, 1793 in Chesterfield County, Virginia.1 
DeathSeptember 11, 1794Richard died September 11, 1794 in Tuckahoe, Goochland County, Virginia.1  
BurialHis body was buried probably in Wade Cemetery, Virginia.1 

Family 1

Children 1.Winnifred Wade1 b. about 1748, d. before Sep, 1822
 2.Nathaniel Wade+1 b. 1750, d. 1826
 3.Richard Wade III+1 b. Oct 26, 1752, d. Feb 7, 1844

Family 2

Elizabeth Barker b. 1735, d. b Nov 1826
Children 1.Milly Wade+1
 2.Daniel Wade+1 b. Dec, 1755, d. about 1829
 3.William Barker Wade1 b. Mar 4, 1757, d. about Jan, 1838
 4.Hood Wade1 b. Jun, 1759, d. before 1822
 5.Elizabeth Wade1 b. Nov 24, 1761, d. after Sep, 1822
 6.Obadiah Wade+1 b. Apr 15, 1764, d. about 1840
 7.Michael Wade1 b. Sep 14, 1766
 8.Patsy Wade+1 b. Dec 24, 1768, d. before 1822
 9.Joseph Wade1 b. May 11, 1771
 10.Reuben Wade1 b. Dec 20, 1773, d. before 1822
 11.Lucy Wade+1 b. Sep 1, 1776, d. 1835
Note Goochland County, Virginia, Deed Book 6, Page 163, 19 August 1751
Richard Wade, Jr. received a gift of land from his father in the following deed (abstracted): Richard Wade, Sr. of Parish of St James Northam, Goochland County to Richard Wade, Jr. of same, for love and affection for his son, 75 acre tract on a branch of Little Tuckahoe Creek, called the Deep Branch, the same 75 acre where he now lives adjoining lines of Rene Laforce, Giles Letcher, to John Barnett, Daniel Price. Signed Richard Wade and mark by Grisle Wade.

Goochland County, Virginia, Deed Book 9, Page 17, 16 August 1765
Richard Wade of Goochalnd from John Barnett of same, 45L IHP, 75 acre tract in Goochland County adjoining said Richard Wade's land, Wm Bibb, John Wade, Wm Henley and Strangman Huchins.

Goochland County, Virginia, Deed Book 10, Page 303, 10 December 1772
Richard Wade of Goochland County from Rene Laforce, 25L IHB, 50 acre tract in Goochland County which Bonony Bootright conveyed to Giles Letcher by deed, adj said Richard Wade, Strangman Hutchings and Reney Laforce.

Goochland County, Virginia, Deed Book 10, Page 433, 1 December 1773
Richard Wade of Goochland County from Wm Bibb of -- County and Richard Bibb of Goochland County as Executors of will of John bibb, 225L IHP, 196 acre plantation whereon James Clarke now lives adjacent John Wade and Said Richard Wade. Witness: Daniel (X) Wade.

Goochland County, Virginia, Deed Book 14, page 173
On 15 August 1785 Richard Wade and his wife Betty and John Pace and his wife Elizabeth, of Goochland County, sold to Daniel Wade of the same place, for 134 pounds, 100 acres in Goochland County on a branch of Tuckahoe Creek. The boundaries of the tract were described as an old tobacco house belonging to Richard Wade, and lands of John Wade, Hezekiah Henley and Strangeman Hutchins. The deed was signed by John Pace while Richard Wade, Betty Wade and Elizabeth Pace made their marks.
It was acknowledged on the same day and Betty Wade and Elizabeth Pace relinquished their dower.

Goochland County, Virginia, Deed Book 15, Page 514, 19 March 1791
Richard Wade of Goochland County to Obadiah Wade of same, 25L IHP, 25 acre tract in Goochland County, adjacent Major Powers corner. Recorded 21 November 1791

Goochland County, Virginia, Deed Book 16, pages 340-342
Will of Richard Wade was dated 18 September 1794, recorded 17 November 1794
To his wife Elizabeth, he lent two negroes, Bristol and Toby, until his daughter Lucy Wade married and then Toby was to be hers, plus a mare name Fly. At Elizabeth's death, Richard's personal property was to be distributed equally among his children, Hood Wade, Obadiah Wade, Michael Wade, Joseph Wade, Reuben Wade and Lucy Wade. He stipulated that his son Hood Wade would get his share of the personal estate upon paying the bond and expense of a lawsuit brought against the testator by Henry Amderson. In addition to their shares of his personal estate, he bequeathed the land upon which he lived to his sons Michael, Joseph and Reuben Wade, in equal 1/3 portions. In additon to the negro man named Toby, he also left a mare called Kentucky to his daughter Lucy Wade. He instructed his son Daniel Wade, "son of my present wife," to pay 120 pounds to Hood, Obadiah, Michael, Joseph, Reuben and Lucy on account of the land and property previously bestowed upon him. The legacies of his daughters Winifred Low, Elizabeth Pace and Patsy Morriset, and sons, Nathaniel Wade, Richard Wade and Obadiah Wade, were the properties already given to them. He appointed friend Matthew Vaughan, son Joseph Wade, and wife Elizabeth Wade as executors. Matthew Vaughan, Tarlton Hines and Henry Hudson Vaughn witnessed his signature to the will, which later was proved by Matthew Vaughan and Tarlton Hines.

Goochland County, Deed Book 16, Page 514-515, 21 August 1795
His personal estate was ordered 20 July 1795 to be appraised by Gideon Hather, Daniel Guerrant, John Laprade, Benjamin Huges, Wm Barnett and Ellis Puryear (or any 3). On 15 February 1796 Hughes, Guerrant and Puryear recorded the appaisal at 134-3-3.1 
Last EditedApr 22, 2013

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. [S3459] Gary Wade Hodge, GEDCOM: Shiveral Hodge and Marcella Mentlo, December 31, 2006.
  3. [S497] William Gilbert Scroggins, James Wade (1665-1740), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Wade5_James.pdf, page 1.

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Elizabeth Barker1

Female, #13208, b. 1735, d. before November, 1826
FatherWilliam Barker1
Birth1735Elizabeth was born 1735 in an unknown place .1 
MarriageFebruary 5, 1755She married Richard Wade Jr, son of Richard Wade and Griselle Dabney, February 5, 1755 in St James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1  
Birth of SonDecember, 1755Her son Daniel was born December, 1755 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonMarch 4, 1757Her son William was born March 4, 1757 in Tuckahoe Plantation, Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonJune, 1759Her son Hood was born June, 1759 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of DaughterNovember 24, 1761Her daughter Elizabeth was born November 24, 1761 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonApril 15, 1764Her son Obadiah was born April 15, 1764 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonSeptember 14, 1766Her son Michael was born September 14, 1766 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of DaughterDecember 24, 1768Her daughter Patsy was born December 24, 1768 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonMay 11, 1771Her son Joseph was born May 11, 1771 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of SonDecember 20, 1773Her son Reuben was born December 20, 1773 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of DaughterSeptember 1, 1776Her daughter Lucy was born September 1, 1776 in Goochland County, Virginia.1 
Deathbefore November, 1826Elizabeth died before November, 1826 in Glasgow, Barren County, Kentucky.1  

Family

Richard Wade Jr b. 1726, d. 11 Sep 1794
Children 1.Milly Wade+1
 2.Daniel Wade+1 b. Dec, 1755, d. about 1829
 3.William Barker Wade1 b. Mar 4, 1757, d. about Jan, 1838
 4.Hood Wade1 b. Jun, 1759, d. before 1822
 5.Elizabeth Wade1 b. Nov 24, 1761, d. after Sep, 1822
 6.Obadiah Wade+1 b. Apr 15, 1764, d. about 1840
 7.Michael Wade1 b. Sep 14, 1766
 8.Patsy Wade+1 b. Dec 24, 1768, d. before 1822
 9.Joseph Wade1 b. May 11, 1771
 10.Reuben Wade1 b. Dec 20, 1773, d. before 1822
 11.Lucy Wade+1 b. Sep 1, 1776, d. 1835
Note Barren County, Kentucky, Will Book 3, Page 2-4, also in Goochland County, Virginia, Will Book 27, Page 102, September 1822, Proved November 1826
Her will in Kentucky names all of the children and their place of residence, tells the story of her trip west in 1807 and bringing many slave children with her.

In the name of God amen. I, Elizabeth Wade of Barren County in the state of Kentucky being in perfect health of Body and of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding considering the certainty of death and the uncertainty of the time thereof and being desirous to settle my worldly affairs and thereby be the better prepared to leave this world when it shall please God to call me hence do therefore make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say First and principally I commit my soul into the hands of Almighty God and my body to the earth to be decently Buried at the direction of my Executor herein after named and after my debts and funeral charges are paid I devise and bequeath as follows:
Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Daniel Wade of Goochland County in the state of Virginia one dollar.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Betsy who the last time that I heard from her resided in the state of Georgia one dollar
Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Obadiah Wade of Barren County in the state of Kentucky one dollar
Item: I give and bequeath unto my son Michael Wade in the state of Virginia one dollar
Item: I give and bequeath unto the heirs of my daughter Patsy deceased who formerly lived in the state of Virginia two shillings each namely Wm, Daniel, Elizabeth & Matilda Morrissett
Item: I give and bequeath unto the heirs of my daughter Milly two shillings each namely Thomas, Lucy & Patsy
Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter Lucy Mentlo of Barren County in the state of Kentucky one dollar
Item: I give and bequeath unto my grandson Thomas W. Wade (the oldest son of my son Obadiah Wade) all my claim rights and profits that is and hereafter would be due to me from my son Daniel Wade for the rents and use of my land during my lifetime lying in Goochland County state of Virginia on the waters of Tuckahoe Creek where I formerly lived a part of which plantation I rented unto my son Daniel Wade above mentioned and entered into an article of document with him which Article of Agreement I put into the hands of my daughter Lucy Mentlo to keep for me and sometime afterwards I applied for it and she said that she had lost or mislaid it so that she could not find it at that time ? And also that part of my plantation Roundabout where my dwelling house stood that I left in his, the Dan'l Wade's care and use, about which part there was no writing drawn between us but whatever it is considered that the use he has made of it be worth including the benefit he has had of the dwelling house and dairy he has moved off the land and also five pounds that he was to collect for me from Mary Rod & the price of two cows and one calf that I left with him the said Daniel Wade & also the price of my wheat F?? & half dozen chairs two Flat Irons & two pewter dishes that I left in the care of the said Dan'l Wade my son. And for the true Love and Regard that I bear for my above named grandson Thomas W. Wade which he has singularly merited by his good morals and tender care over me in my declining years I have hereby given granted and bequeathed unto him all the property above mentioned for price of it if it should or may have been sold made use of or destroyed since my departure from the state of Virginia which was in the year of our Lord 1807 together with the money due me for the rents & use of my Land and houses above named. And further more I do freely give grant & bequeath unto my said grandson Tho W. Wade all the money that is due me from my son Obadiah Wade namely for a gigg & chair that I rode in from Virginia to Kentucky which he sold for about forty dollars also for a bay mare which I drove out in the gigg which he sold for fifteen dollars also ten dollars in cash that I lent him on my arrival at his house in the year above mentioned & also four dollars in cash that I loaned him a few years past and for two calico patterns, for dresses containing seven yards each at three shillings per yard, and also for bringing twenty two negro children for him since he has been in the state of Kentucky for which I charge him two dollars each amounting to fourty four dollars. And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my above named grandson Thomas W. Wade to be my said Executor of this my last Will and Testament revoking and remitting all former wills by me heretofore made ratifying and confirming this and none other to be my last will and testament.
Elizabeth Wade (her mark)
Witnesses: Asa Young, William Young, John Depp, Henry G. Wade.
Proven in November court 1826 by Asa Young and William Young, attested by W. Logan, Clerk.1 
Name Variation Elizabeth Barker was also known as Betty.1 
Will1822She made a will in 1822.1 
Last EditedJan 6, 2013

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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William Wade

Male, #13209, b. 1726, d. between November 2, 1771 and March 16, 1772
Relationships2nd cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 1 time removed of John Utley Wade
FatherRichard Wade b. about 1704, d. 1757
MotherGriselle Dabney b. about 1704, d. Mar 15, 1768
Birth - Conflict Inf1725Conflicting evidence states that William was born in 1725.1 
Birth1726William was born 1726 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .2 
Marriagebefore 1750He married Ann Cawthorn, daughter of Christopher Cawthorn, before 1750 in an unknown place .2  
Birth of Daughterafter 1750His daughter Susannah was born after 1750 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .2 
Birth of Daughterafter 1750His daughter Rosanah was born after 1750 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .2 
Birth of Daughterafter 1750His daughter Anna was born after 1750 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of Sonafter 1750His son William was born after 1750 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .2 
Birth of Sonabout 1754His son Dabney was born about 1754 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .2 
Birth of Daughter1755His daughter Hannah was born 1755 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of DaughterJune 23, 1757His daughter Joanna was born June 23, 1757 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of Sonabout 1760His son Jonadab was born about 1760 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of Sonabout 1771His son Reuben was born about 1771 in an unknown place . Following the death of William Wade his ninth child was born. Breaking with tradition the widowed Ann Cawthorne Wade named him Reuben.2
 
Deathbetween November 2, 1771 and March 16, 1772William died between November 2, 1771 and March 16, 1772 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .2  

Family

Ann Cawthorn b. a 1725, d. a 1803
Children 1.Susannah Wade+2 b. after 1750
 2.Rosanah Wade+2 b. after 1750
 3.Anna Wade2 b. after 1750
 4.William Abinadab Wade+2 b. after 1750
 5.Dabney Wade+2 b. about 1754, d. about 1805
 6.Hannah Wade2 b. 1755, d. 1823
 7.Joanna Wade+2 b. Jun 23, 1757, d. before 1776
 8.Jonadab Wade+2 b. about 1760, d. 1835
 9.Reuben Wade+2 b. about 1771
WillNovember 2, 1771He made a will on November 2, 1771 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .3 
ProbateMarch 16, 1772The will of William was probated on March 16, 1772 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .2 
Last EditedJan 6, 2013

Citations

  1. [S2335] Fran in MA, e-mail to Garril L Kueber December 4, 2001.
  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.
  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., Will of William Wade, Goochland County, Virginia Deed Book 10, page 200:
    Dated 02 November 1771 and proved on 16 March 1772
    IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN, I William Wade of the County of Goochland
    Being at this time in perfect Sense and memory, blessed be god, and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Die, Do make and Ordain this my Last will and testament, inform and manner following Viz. In the first place I giva and recommend my Soul to Almighty god that gave it to me. Not Despairing of his
    Alsufficiency through the merits of a Blessed Redeemer, to inherit Eternal life, and as to my Body I recomend it to the Earth from whence it was taken To be Buried in a Decent and Christian like manner, at the descretion of my Executors, and as touching my worldly Estate which hath pleased Allmighty God to Bless me with I give & Dispose upon the following Manner. First I will that all my Debts and Duns that I justly owe shall be well & truly paid by my Execotor hereafter named.
    Item, I Give and bequeth to my Three Sons, Dabney Wade, William Abinadab Wade, Jonadab Wade, all the Lands I am possessed with in Goochland County, on the waters of Lickinghole Creeks, to be equaly divided between them at their own Discretion without making Sale of it. Otherwise than Amongst themselves, and if Either of them Die, without heir Truly begotten of their Body, then my Will is that, that Land be Equally Divided between the Survivors.
    Item, I Lend my Well beloved Wife Ann Wade, the Eight part of my Estate During her Natural life or Widowhood and after her Decease or marriage to return to my Eight Children to be Equally divided amongst them.
    Item, I also Lend my Beloved wife Ann Wade the Manour Plantation During her widowhood.
    Item, I give the remainder part of my Estate to be Equally Divided amongst my Eight children, Viz: Dabney Wade, William Abinadab Wade, Jonadab Wade, Susanna Morrifs, Rosannah Wade, Joannah Wade, Hannah Wade, and Anna Wade, my Desire is that what my Daughter Susanna Morriss hath in her possession of my Estate be Allowed in the Said Estate, and that She possess the Same as part of her
    proportionable part of my Estate as they shall Arrive to the age of Twenty one Years.
    Item. my Desire is that if I die before I make Pleasant Willace a Deed for my Land on Tuckahoe which I have sold him, on his compliance with his promise in the bond I gave him for the Acknowledgement that my Execurtor Dabney Wade make him a Deed for the said two hundred and forty five Acres of land.
    Item, My Desire is that my Wife keep the Estate together & Divide it amongst my Children as they shall come To Age, if she remains my Widow to Raise and School the Children on; But if my Wife Should Marry after my Decease, then the Estate to be taken and Improved for the Use of my Children.
    Item, Lastly I Appoint my Well beloved Wife Ann Wade, & my Beloved Son Dabney Wade & my beloved friend Joseph Woodson Executors of this my last will and Testament in witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and affixed my Seal this Second day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand Seven hundred & Seventy One-

    Signed Seal'd & Declared to be the Last Will and Testament)
    William Wade. Seal
    of William Wade in the presence of .............................)

    Benjamin Herndon
    John Herndon
    Nathaniel Wade.

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Ann Cawthorn1

Female, #13210, b. about 1725, d. after 1803
FatherChristopher Cawthorn1
Birthabout 1725Ann was born about 1725 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Marriagebefore 1750She married William Wade, son of Richard Wade and Griselle Dabney, before 1750 in an unknown place .1  
Birth of Daughterafter 1750Her daughter Susannah was born after 1750 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterafter 1750Her daughter Rosanah was born after 1750 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughterafter 1750Her daughter Anna was born after 1750 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonafter 1750Her son William was born after 1750 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1754Her son Dabney was born about 1754 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1 
Birth of Daughter1755Her daughter Hannah was born 1755 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of DaughterJune 23, 1757Her daughter Joanna was born June 23, 1757 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1760Her son Jonadab was born about 1760 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1771Her son Reuben was born about 1771 in an unknown place . Following the death of William Wade his ninth child was born. Breaking with tradition the widowed Ann Cawthorne Wade named him Reuben.1
 
MarriageDecember 19, 1776She married Maddox Stanley December 19, 1776 in Hanover County, Virginia.1  
Deathafter 1803Ann died after 1803 in an unknown place .1  

Family 1

William Wade b. 1726, d. bt 2 Nov 1771 - 16 Mar 1772
Children 1.Susannah Wade+1 b. after 1750
 2.Rosanah Wade+1 b. after 1750
 3.Anna Wade1 b. after 1750
 4.William Abinadab Wade+1 b. after 1750
 5.Dabney Wade+1 b. about 1754, d. about 1805
 6.Hannah Wade1 b. 1755, d. 1823
 7.Joanna Wade+1 b. Jun 23, 1757, d. before 1776
 8.Jonadab Wade+1 b. about 1760, d. 1835
 9.Reuben Wade+1 b. about 1771

Family 2

Maddox Stanley
Note Goochland County, Virginia, Deed Book 11, Page 176
On 25 November 1776, Dabney Wade, Samuel Coleman Morriss and his wife Susannah, Benjamin Herndon and his wife Rosannah, Devereaux Jarrett, All of Goochland County, and Peter Leak and his wife Hannah of Cumberland County, made a deed to Ann Wade, widow of William Wade, and her son Reuben Wade. The conveyance stated that William Wade "lent Anne 1/8 part of his estate and manor plantation as his widow ... she's raised and educated the children ... and is inclined to accept a proposal of marriage by Maddox Stanley, to secure to her during her natural life and to her son, Reuben Wade, in fee simple at her death, the 1/8 part (but not the manor plantation) in consideration of love and affection to Anne & ???." The deed was signed by Dabney Wade, Samuel C. Morriss, Benjamin Herndon, Devereaux Jarratt and Peter Leak.1 
Last EditedDec 20, 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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John G Wade1

Male, #13211, b. 1731, d. 1817
Relationships2nd cousin 7 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd cousin 1 time removed of John Utley Wade
FatherRichard Wade b. about 1704, d. 1757
MotherGriselle Dabney b. about 1704, d. Mar 15, 1768
Birth1731John was born 1731 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1,2 
Marriagebefore June 15, 1752He married Mary Williams, daughter of Samuel Williams, before June 15, 1752 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1,2  
Death of Father1757His father, Richard, died in 1757.3 
Death of MotherMarch 15, 1768His mother, Griselle, died on March 15, 1768.1 
MarriageOctober 15, 1770He married Susanna Bowles October 15, 1770 in St James Northam Parish, Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1  
Birth of Sonabout 1771His son Benjamin was born about 1771 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Son1775His son Miles was born 1775 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1777His son William was born about 1777 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Son1778His son John was born 1778 in Virginia.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1779His son Thomas was born about 1779 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1780His son Richard was born about 1780 in Virginia.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1781His son Stephen was born about 1781 in Goochland County, Virginia.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1785His daughter Nancy was born about 1785 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1787His daughter Mary was born about 1787 in an unknown place .1 
Marriage of Son1794His son, John G Wade Jr, married Nancy (surname not known) in 1794 in North Carolina.1 
Marriage of SonDecember 9, 1801His son, Stephen Wade, married Catherine Bibb on December 9, 1801 in Goochland County, Virginia.1 
Marriage of SonNovember 15, 1811His son, Richard Wade, married Rhoda Harlow on November 15, 1811 in Henrico County, Virginia.1 
Death1817John died 1817 in an unknown place .1  

Family 1

Susanna Bowles

Family 2

Mary Williams
Children 1.Benjamin Wade1 b. about 1771
 2.Miles Wade1 b. 1775
 3.William Wade1 b. about 1777
 4.John G Wade Jr+1 b. 1778, d. 1855
 5.Thomas Wade1 b. about 1779
 6.Richard Wade+1 b. about 1780
 7.Stephen Wade+1 b. about 1781, d. about 1828
 8.Nancy Wade1 b. about 1785
 9.Mary Wade1 b. about 1787
ProbateJanuary 6, 1817The will of John was probated on January 6, 1817 in Henrico County, Virginia.1 
Last EditedJan 7, 2013

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. [S2335] Fran in MA, e-mail to Garril L Kueber December 4, 2001.
  3. [S497] William Gilbert Scroggins, James Wade (1665-1740), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Wade5_James.pdf, page 1.

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Mary Williams

Female, #13212
FatherSamuel Williams1
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Mary Williams.  
Marriagebefore June 15, 1752She married John G Wade, son of Richard Wade and Griselle Dabney, before June 15, 1752 in Goochland County, Virginia Colony .1,2  
Birth of Sonabout 1771Her son Benjamin was born about 1771 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Son1775Her son Miles was born 1775 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1777Her son William was born about 1777 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Son1778Her son John was born 1778 in Virginia.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1779Her son Thomas was born about 1779 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Sonabout 1780Her son Richard was born about 1780 in Virginia.1 
Birth of Sonabout 1781Her son Stephen was born about 1781 in Goochland County, Virginia.1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1785Her daughter Nancy was born about 1785 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of Daughterabout 1787Her daughter Mary was born about 1787 in an unknown place .1 
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Mary's death. 

Family

John G Wade b. 1731, d. 1817
Children 1.Benjamin Wade1 b. about 1771
 2.Miles Wade1 b. 1775
 3.William Wade1 b. about 1777
 4.John G Wade Jr+1 b. 1778, d. 1855
 5.Thomas Wade1 b. about 1779
 6.Richard Wade+1 b. about 1780
 7.Stephen Wade+1 b. about 1781, d. about 1828
 8.Nancy Wade1 b. about 1785
 9.Mary Wade1 b. about 1787
Last EditedDec 20, 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. [S2335] Fran in MA, e-mail to Garril L Kueber December 4, 2001.

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Martha Ella Wade

Female, #13213, b. March 5, 1884, d. March 12, 1933
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-granddaughter of John Utley Wade
FatherCharles Anderson Wade b. Sep 26, 1853, d. Jan 26, 1933
MotherSarah Temperance Starkey b. Apr 14, 1860, d. Jan 24, 1948
BirthMarch 5, 1884Martha was born March 5, 1884 in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Marriagebetween 1904 and 1905She married Dock Benjamin Haynes, son of (given name not known) Haynes and Susan (surname not known), between 1904 and 1905 in an unknown place .2  
Birth of SonNovember 3, 1906Her son Robert was born November 3, 1906 in Virginia.3,4 
Birth of DaughterJuly 5, 1908Her daughter Viola was born July 5, 1908 in Virginia.5,6 
Birth of SonDecember 3, 1909Her son William was born December 3, 1909 in Virginia.3 
Birth of DaughterFebruary 8, 1912Her daughter Lucille was born February 8, 1912 in Virginia.3,7 
Birth of Daughterabout 1913Her daughter Evelyn was born about 1913 in Virginia.7 
Birth of SonNovember 26, 1914Her son John was born November 26, 1914 in Virginia.3,8 
Birth of Sonabout March, 1917Her son Vernon was born about March, 1917 in Virginia.7 
Birth of DaughterAugust 10, 1925Her daughter Doris was born August 10, 1925 in an unknown place .3 
Death of FatherJanuary 26, 1933Her father, Charles, died on January 26, 1933..9,10 
DeathMarch 12, 1933Martha died March 12, 1933 in Shenandoah Hospital, Shenandoah County, Virginia at age 49 due to car wreck on August 12, 1933 near Kunes, Virginia.11  
BurialAugust 15, 1933Her body was buried on August 15, 1933 in Fairview Cemetery, Roanoke (independent city), Virginia.11 

Family

Dock Benjamin Haynes b. bt 1874 - 1875
Children 1.Robert Lee Haynes3 b. Nov 3, 1906, d. Mar 13, 1956
 2.Viola Haynes3 b. Jul 5, 1908
 3.William Hampton Haynes3 b. Dec 3, 1909
 4.Lucille Temple Haynes3 b. Feb 8, 1912, d. Apr 8, 1974
 5.Evelyn Ella Haynes3 b. about 1913
 6.John Haynes3 b. Nov 26, 1914, d. Jun 26, 1972
 7.Vernon Edward Haynes3 b. about Mar, 1917, d. Apr 8, 1976
 8.Ruby L Haynes3
 9.Doris Haynes3 b. Aug 10, 1925, d. Aug 5, 1960
Nickname Martha Ella Wade is also known as Mattie.  
(daughter) Census 1900June 15, 1900She was listed as a daughter in the household of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey in the 1900 Census on June 15, 1900 in Blackwater District, Franklin County, Virginia. Other members of the household listed were Della Wade, Charles Mermand Wade, James Henry Wade, Benjamin Wade, Jonas Wade, Seaboy Wade and Ira Wade.12
Census 1910April 19, 1910Martha was listed as Dock Benjamin Haynes's wife in the 1910 Census on April 19, 1910 at 505 Second Avenue NW Melrose Ward, Roanoke (independent city), Virginia. Other members of the household listed were Robert Lee Haynes, Viola Haynes, William Hampton Haynes and Susan (surname not known).2
Census 1920January 9, 1920Dock and Martha was listed as the head of a household in the 1920 Census on January 9, 1920 at 1811 Center Avenue Roanoke (independent city), Virginia. Martha's occupation is listed as railroad brakeman. Other members of the household listed were Robert Lee Haynes, Viola Haynes, William Hampton Haynes, Lucille Temple Haynes, Evelyn Ella Haynes, John Haynes and Vernon Edward Haynes.7
Census 1930April 8, 1930Martha was listed as the head of a household in the 1930 Census on April 8, 1930 at 1810 Center Avenue Melrose Ward, Roanoke (independent city), Virginia. Other members of the household listed were William Hampton Haynes, Evelyn Ella Haynes, John Haynes and Vernon Edward Haynes.13
Last EditedOct 1, 2012

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  2. [S14183] U.S. Census Virginia 1910, Roanoke (independent city), Melrose Ward.
  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.
  4. [S14183] U.S. Census Virginia 1910, Roanoke (independent city), Melrose Ward, This source lists age as 4 which would indicate birth perhaps a year earlier.
  5. [S14183] U.S. Census Virginia 1910, Roanoke (independent city), Melrose Ward, This source lists age as 1 8/12 which would indicate birth in July 1908, not July 1907.
  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., This source lists birthdate as July 5, 1907.
  7. [S14186] U.S. Census Virginia 1920, Roanoke (independent city), Melrose Ward.
  8. [S14186] U.S. Census Virginia 1920, Roanoke (independent city), Melrose Ward, This source lists age as 4 11/12 which would indicate a birthdate of circa January 1915.
  9. [S2327] GEDCOM on World Connect, Steven Fike, this source may be viewed at e-mail address, reviewed update of November 7, 2001.
  10. [S2819] Lillie Wade, received from Sophia Martin.
  11. [S14185] Ancestry.com Family Tree, 2012ScottFile, SophiaMartin143, reviewed update of September 30, 2012.
  12. [S14184] U.S. Census Virginia 1900, Franklin County, Blackwater District.
  13. [S14187] U.S. Census Virginia 1930, Roanoke (independent city), Melrose Ward.

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Charles Mermand Wade

Male, #13214, b. June 3, 1886, d. October 27, 1943
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of John Utley Wade
FatherCharles Anderson Wade b. Sep 26, 1853, d. Jan 26, 1933
MotherSarah Temperance Starkey b. Apr 14, 1860, d. Jan 24, 1948
BirthJune 3, 1886Charles was born June 3, 1886 in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Marriagebefore January 9, 1911He married Betty Jane Stewart before January 9, 1911 in Franklin County, Virginia.1  
Birth of SonFebruary 18, 1911His son Terry was born February 18, 1911 in an unknown place .2 
Birth of SonDecember 3, 1915His son Howard was born December 3, 1915 in an unknown place .2 
Death of SpouseMarch 28, 1919He was widowed when his wife, Betty, died on March 28, 1919.3 
MarriageFebruary, 1920He married Mary Theodora Smith February, 1920 in an unknown place .2  
Death of FatherJanuary 26, 1933His father, Charles, died on January 26, 1933.3,4 
Marriage of SonNovember 27, 1936His son, Howard Anderson Wade, married Ruth Boone on November 27, 1936.2 
Marriage - no infoHe married (given name not known) Smith. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.3 
DeathOctober 27, 1943Charles died October 27, 1943 in Ferrum, Franklin County, Virginia at age 57.1  

Family 1

Betty Jane Stewart d. 28 Mar 1919
Children 1.Terry Mermand Wade2 b. Feb 18, 1911
 2.Charles Amos Wade2
 3.Roy William Wade2
 4.Kenneth Eugene Wade2
 5.Willis Edward Wade2
 6.Howard Anderson Wade2 b. Dec 3, 1915, d. Nov 23, 1943
(son) Census 1900June 15, 1900Charles Mermand Wade was listed as a son in the household of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey in the 1900 Census on June 15, 1900 in Blackwater District, Franklin County, Virginia. Other members of the household listed were Della Wade, Martha Ella Wade, James Henry Wade, Benjamin Wade, Jonas Wade, Seaboy Wade and Ira Wade.5
Last EditedMay 21, 2006

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  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.
  3. [S2327] GEDCOM on World Connect, Steven Fike, this source may be viewed at e-mail address, reviewed update of November 7, 2001.
  4. [S2819] Lillie Wade, received from Sophia Martin.
  5. [S14184] U.S. Census Virginia 1900, Franklin County, Blackwater District.

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Betty Jane Stewart1

Female, #13215, d. March 28, 1919
Birth - no infoI have no information on the date or place of birth for Betty Jane Stewart.  
Marriagebefore January 9, 1911She married Charles Mermand Wade, son of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey, before January 9, 1911 in Franklin County, Virginia.2  
Birth of SonFebruary 18, 1911Her son Terry was born February 18, 1911 in an unknown place .1 
Birth of SonDecember 3, 1915Her son Howard was born December 3, 1915 in an unknown place .1 
DeathMarch 28, 1919Betty died March 28, 1919 in an unknown place .3  

Family

Charles Mermand Wade b. 3 Jun 1886, d. 27 Oct 1943
Children 1.Terry Mermand Wade1 b. Feb 18, 1911
 2.Charles Amos Wade1
 3.Roy William Wade1
 4.Kenneth Eugene Wade1
 5.Willis Edward Wade1
 6.Howard Anderson Wade1 b. Dec 3, 1915, d. Nov 23, 1943
Last EditedMay 11, 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. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  3. [S2327] GEDCOM on World Connect, Steven Fike, this source may be viewed at e-mail address, reviewed update of November 7, 2001.

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James Henry Wade

Male, #13216, b. February 16, 1888, d. July 29, 1979
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of John Utley Wade
FatherCharles Anderson Wade b. Sep 26, 1853, d. Jan 26, 1933
MotherSarah Temperance Starkey b. Apr 14, 1860, d. Jan 24, 1948
BirthFebruary 16, 1888James was born February 16, 1888 in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Marriage - no infoHe married Ellie Lee Fitzgerald. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Birth of SonJuly 11, 1912His son Edward was born July 11, 1912 in Danville, Pittsylvania County, Virginia.2 
Birth of DaughterJanuary 3, 1914His daughter Mabel was born January 3, 1914 in Eden, Rockingham County, North Carolina.2 
Death of FatherJanuary 26, 1933His father, Charles, died on January 26, 1933.3,4 
Marriage of SonJune 21, 1940His son, Edward Lee Wade, married Frances Adeline Eure on June 21, 1940.2 
Death of MotherJanuary 24, 1948His mother, Sarah, died on January 24, 1948.3,1 
Death of SpouseNovember 24, 1972He was widowed when his wife, Ellie, died on November 24, 1972.1 
DeathJuly 29, 1979James died July 29, 1979 in Eden, Rockingham County, North Carolina at age 91.1  

Family

Ellie Lee Fitzgerald b. 5 Jun 1890, d. 24 Nov 1972
Children 1.Edward Lee Wade+2 b. Jul 11, 1912
 2.Mabel Wade2 b. Jan 3, 1914
 3.Carrie Wade2
 4.Mollie Wade2
 5.Thomas Henry Wade2
(son) Census 1900June 15, 1900James Henry Wade was listed as a son in the household of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey in the 1900 Census on June 15, 1900 in Blackwater District, Franklin County, Virginia. Other members of the household listed were Della Wade, Martha Ella Wade, Charles Mermand Wade, Benjamin Wade, Jonas Wade, Seaboy Wade and Ira Wade.5
Last EditedMay 11, 2006

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  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.
  3. [S2327] GEDCOM on World Connect, Steven Fike, this source may be viewed at e-mail address, reviewed update of November 7, 2001.
  4. [S2819] Lillie Wade, received from Sophia Martin.
  5. [S14184] U.S. Census Virginia 1900, Franklin County, Blackwater District.

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Ellie Lee Fitzgerald

Female, #13217, b. June 5, 1890, d. November 24, 1972
BirthJune 5, 1890Ellie was born June 5, 1890 in an unknown place .1 
Marriage - no infoShe married James Henry Wade, son of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Birth of SonJuly 11, 1912Her son Edward was born July 11, 1912 in Danville, Pittsylvania County, Virginia.2 
Birth of DaughterJanuary 3, 1914Her daughter Mabel was born January 3, 1914 in Eden, Rockingham County, North Carolina.2 
Marriage of SonJune 21, 1940Her son, Edward Lee Wade, married Frances Adeline Eure on June 21, 1940.2 
DeathNovember 24, 1972Ellie died November 24, 1972 in Eden, Rockingham County, North Carolina at age 82.1  

Family

James Henry Wade b. 16 Feb 1888, d. 29 Jul 1979
Children 1.Edward Lee Wade+2 b. Jul 11, 1912
 2.Mabel Wade2 b. Jan 3, 1914
 3.Carrie Wade2
 4.Mollie Wade2
 5.Thomas Henry Wade2
Last EditedMay 11, 2006

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  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.

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Benjamin Wade

Male, #13218, b. February 18, 1892, d. October 7, 1956
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of John Utley Wade
FatherCharles Anderson Wade b. Sep 26, 1853, d. Jan 26, 1933
MotherSarah Temperance Starkey b. Apr 14, 1860, d. Jan 24, 1948
BirthFebruary 18, 1892Benjamin was born February 18, 1892 in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Marriage - no infoHe married Hillie Adkins, daughter of Joseph William Adkins and Nannie Jane Winn. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Birth of SonOctober 16, 1917His son Benjamin was born October 16, 1917 in Draper, Rockingham County, North Carolina.1 
Death of FatherJanuary 26, 1933His father, Charles, died on January 26, 1933.2,3 
Marriage of SonOctober 3, 1936His son, Benjamin Francis Wade Sr, married Virginia Ann Nora Williams on October 3, 1936 in Eden, Rockingham County, North Carolina.1 
Death of MotherJanuary 24, 1948His mother, Sarah, died on January 24, 1948.2,1 
DeathOctober 7, 1956Benjamin died October 7, 1956 in Eden, Rockingham County, North Carolina at age 64.1  

Family

Hillie Adkins b. 21 Aug 1895, d. 11 Sep 1983
Children 1.Benjamin Francis Wade Sr+ b. Oct 16, 1917, d. Apr 8, 1998
 2.James William Wade+
 3.Elizabeth Wade+
(son) Census 1900June 15, 1900Benjamin Wade was listed as a son in the household of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey in the 1900 Census on June 15, 1900 in Blackwater District, Franklin County, Virginia. Other members of the household listed were Della Wade, Martha Ella Wade, Charles Mermand Wade, James Henry Wade, Jonas Wade, Seaboy Wade and Ira Wade.4
Last EditedMay 11, 2006

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  2. [S2327] GEDCOM on World Connect, Steven Fike, this source may be viewed at e-mail address, reviewed update of November 7, 2001.
  3. [S2819] Lillie Wade, received from Sophia Martin.
  4. [S14184] U.S. Census Virginia 1900, Franklin County, Blackwater District.

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Hillie Adkins

Female, #13219, b. August 21, 1895, d. September 11, 1983
FatherJoseph William Adkins
MotherNannie Jane Winn
BirthAugust 21, 1895Hillie was born August 21, 1895 in an unknown place .1,2 
Marriage - no infoShe married Benjamin Wade, son of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Birth of SonOctober 16, 1917Her son Benjamin was born October 16, 1917 in Draper, Rockingham County, North Carolina.1 
Marriage of SonOctober 3, 1936Her son, Benjamin Francis Wade Sr, married Virginia Ann Nora Williams on October 3, 1936 in Eden, Rockingham County, North Carolina.1 
Death of SpouseOctober 7, 1956She was widowed when her husband, Benjamin, died on October 7, 1956.1 
DeathSeptember 11, 1983Hillie died September 11, 1983 in Eden, Rockingham County, North Carolina at age 88.1  

Family

Benjamin Wade b. 18 Feb 1892, d. 7 Oct 1956
Children 1.Benjamin Francis Wade Sr+ b. Oct 16, 1917, d. Apr 8, 1998
 2.James William Wade+
 3.Elizabeth Wade+
Last EditedMay 11, 2006

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  2. [S2562] JudiNSky, e-mail to Garril L Kueber July 15, 2002.

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Jonas Wade

Male, #13220, b. January 20, 1894, d. May 19, 1944
Relationships3rd cousin 2 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
2nd great-grandson of John Utley Wade
FatherCharles Anderson Wade b. Sep 26, 1853, d. Jan 26, 1933
MotherSarah Temperance Starkey b. Apr 14, 1860, d. Jan 24, 1948
BirthJanuary 20, 1894Jonas was born January 20, 1894 in Franklin County, Virginia.1 
Marriage - no infoHe married Maude Adams. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.1 
Death of FatherJanuary 26, 1933His father, Charles, died on January 26, 1933.2,3 
DeathMay 19, 1944Jonas died May 19, 1944 in Portsmouth (independent city), Virginia at age 50.1  
Death of SpouseMay 19, 1944He was widowed when his wife, Maude, died on May 19, 1944.1 

Family

Maude Adams d. 19 May 1944
Children 1.Ruth Temple Wade4 d. May 5, 1955
 2.Elsie Wade4
 3.Clara Mae Wade4
Name Variation Jonas Wade was also known as Jonah Wade.4 
(son) Census 1900June 15, 1900He was listed as a son in the household of Charles Anderson Wade and Sarah Temperance Starkey in the 1900 Census on June 15, 1900 in Blackwater District, Franklin County, Virginia. Other members of the household listed were Della Wade, Martha Ella Wade, Charles Mermand Wade, James Henry Wade, Benjamin Wade, Seaboy Wade and Ira Wade.5
Last EditedMay 11, 2006

Citations

  1. [S2333] Descendent Chart - Charles Anderson Wade, Sophia Scott Martin.
  2. [S2327] GEDCOM on World Connect, Steven Fike, this source may be viewed at e-mail address, reviewed update of November 7, 2001.
  3. [S2819] Lillie Wade, received from Sophia Martin.
  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. [S14184] U.S. Census Virginia 1900, Franklin County, Blackwater District.

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).