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The name and family of Wade : and a history of the Richard Wade family, their ancestors and descendants

compiled by Thomas J. Wade
Wade, Thomas J. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Franklin, Kentucky : T.J. Wade, [19--?]
27 p.

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Richard Wade was born in Goochland Co., Virginia, in 1752. He married Judith Handcock in 1772 in Goochland Co. They moved to Bedford Co. during and while serving in the Revolutionary War. After the War he settled his family at Boonesboro, Madison County, Kentucky. They had seven children. Their son, Joseeph, was born in 1785 in in Madison County, Kentucky. He and his wife, Henrietta Nelson, were the parents of five children.

Includes Owens, Blair, Scott, Allen, Walters, Hampton and other related families.

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