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Selected Families and Individuals

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William H. Wade

BIRTH-DEATH-MARRIAGE-RESIDENCES: Letters from Ida P. Wade Thomas to T.Mason; ; dated 14 Jul 1959; In poss of T.Mason (file William P. Wade); EXTRACTION: Drafted into Army of War with the states and soon died.


Charles Edward Wade

DEATH-BIOGRAPHY: July 85, Marty P.Irwin wrote letter to T.Mason; ; Copy in poss of T.Mason; NOTE: Grandmother Ida P. Thomas wrote, in about 1880 she was in the home of Uncle Charley & Nannie Wade & baby boy. She ran errands for Aunt Sally, Nannie's sister. The baby died of T.B. when not a year old and Nannie soon followed. Uncle Charley remarried.

BIOGRAPHY: July 85, Marty P.Irwin wrote letter to T.Mason; ; Copy in poss of T.Mason; NOTE: Grandmother Ida P. Thomas wrote, in 1891, when I was just 17, in August, Uncle Charlie Wade (father's bro.) and Aunt Lizzie & son Charles Edward came in a covered wagon, to Indian Territory on a visit. They insisted on me going home with them & going to school. I remember the 3 days travel through the wilderness of trees, sandhills & streams and then across Red river between Ind. Ter. & Texas to their 80 acre home in Clay County, Texas. Just a 2 room house & upstairs fireplace, orchard and old log barn. Fannin Town was name of school & church building. Was pioneer times even in Texas, but had good school system and Ind. Ter. had none. Stayed about a year. Were about 100 students, mostly boys. I went to work helping keep house, cook, wash, iron for a family of six and a teacher lady was boarding. $30 a month for clothes and books for school. Lizzie was only about 6 months older than Ida Pauline Wade. In 1891 they are also to have moved to Indian Territory.


Wade

DIED: of T.B. when not a year old.


Charles Edward Wade

DEATH-BIOGRAPHY: July 85, Marty P.Irwin wrote letter to T.Mason; ; Copy in poss of T.Mason; NOTE: Grandmother Ida P. Thomas wrote, in about 1880 she was in the home of Uncle Charley & Nannie Wade & baby boy. She ran errands for Aunt Sally, Nannie's sister. The baby died of T.B. when not a year old and Nannie soon followed. Uncle Charley remarried.

BIOGRAPHY: July 85, Marty P.Irwin wrote letter to T.Mason; ; Copy in poss of T.Mason; NOTE: Grandmother Ida P. Thomas wrote, in 1891, when I was just 17, in August, Uncle Charlie Wade (father's bro.) and Aunt Lizzie & son Charles Edward came in a covered wagon, to Indian Territory on a visit. They insisted on me going home with them & going to school. I remember the 3 days travel through the wilderness of trees, sandhills & streams and then across Red river between Ind. Ter. & Texas to their 80 acre home in Clay County, Texas. Just a 2 room house & upstairs fireplace, orchard and old log barn. Fannin Town was name of school & church building. Was pioneer times even in Texas, but had good school system and Ind. Ter. had none. Stayed about a year. Were about 100 students, mostly boys. I went to work helping keep house, cook, wash, iron for a family of six and a teacher lady was boarding. $30 a month for clothes and books for school. Lizzie was only about 6 months older than Ida Pauline Wade. In 1891 they are also to have moved to Indian Territory.


Elizabeth Baker Harvey

1900 Clay Co. Texas census indicates father was born in North Carolina, mother born in Alabama.


Earl Noseff

Information sent to T.Mason on 15 Feb 2007 by Wendi Peavy. "Earl has several children that have found my mother. I do believe he was a "popular" man. Earl died before my mother met him, but we got to know Earl's brother, JR very well before he passed away. My Aunt Cindy is the spitting image of Earl's sister Elizabeth. I hear Earl had a striking resemblence to Telly Savalas...so much so that he shaved his head and carried aroung a lollipoop! We spent many vacations with Uncle JR and Aunt Ann meeting the Noseff family."


John Richard Walker Jr.

The three children that remained with Mary Lee after her second marriage were legally adopted by John Richard Walker.