Richard and Jane Slade

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Parents   :     David and Jane Slade         Janes parents not known

Richard (d 1733 Winfrith Newburgh, m Jane 1673 Winfrith Newburgh)
Jane (d 1718 Winfrith Newburgh)
    David Slade (b 1674, d 1732)
    Edith Slade (d 16 Mar 1677 Winfrith Newburgh)

    Edith Slade (b 26 Dec 1677 Winfrith Newburgh, m  Henry Flagg 1698 Winfrith Newburgh Dorset, d 1731 Winfrith Newburgh)
        Matthew Flagg (b 1702 Winfrith Newburgh, m Ann Norris)
            Grace Flag (b 1728 Winfrith Newburgh, m  Richard Stickland 1752  Winfrith Newburgh)
                Ann Stickland (b 1754 Winfrith Newburgh, m  Richard Fudge 1771 Winfrith Newburgh)
                    Grace Fudge (b 1780 Affpuddle Dorset, m George Ford, d 1847 Upwey Dorset)               
                        Lavinia Ford (b 1828  Upwey, m  Stephen Vine 1855 Beechworth Vic, d 1904)
                            Hannah Vine (b 1866 Spring Creek, m Richard Reid Roach 1890 Flemington Vic, d 1915 Kew Vic)
                               Liela Muriel Roach (b 1893 North Sydney, m Ernest Harold Mitchell 1914 Kew, d 1972 Wodonga)
     George Slade (b 1679 Winfrith Newburgh, d 1682 Winfrith Newburgh)
     Jane Slade (b 1682 Winfrith Newburgh)
     George Slade (d 1722)

Will of Richard Slade (Courtesy of Ann and Bob Preece)

This is the last will and testament of me Richard Slade of East Knighton in the parish of Winfrith in the county of Dorset Yeoman. Made this nineth day of June in the year of our Lord 1713. I first revoke all former wills by me made.
Ineprimio. I give unto my sonne Davide Slade all that my close of meadow ground lately planted to an orchard containing about half an acre lying in East Knighton, aforesaid (that was formerly John Cook estate) for the terme of his life and after his demise to his wife Mary Slade for the terme of her life. The remainder of the said estate I devise unto Jean/Jane Slade daughter of the said David Slade and to her heirs and assignes forever. I give unto my sonne David Slades two daughters each the sum of ten pounds.
Itime. I devise that all my tenement with its appurtenances which I lately purchased of the widdow Lanning lying in the parish of East Lulworth unto my sonne George Slade his executors administrators and assignes.
Itime. I give unto my son in law Henry Samways one Guinea.
Itime. I give unto John Hill the son of my cousin Jean/Jane Hill of East Creech the sum of five pounds to bind him prentis to such a trade as my exectrix shall think fit.
Itime. I give unto my dear wife all the rest of my personal estate and make her exectrix of this my last will.
Signed and Published by the said Richard Slade in the presence of us
whose names are here unto subcribed as witnesses and by us subcribed in his presence
Robert Symonds sonne
Robert Symonds
Thomas Purse

Richard Slade (his signature)

Will of Richard Slade of East Knighton, Winfrith, yeoman
Includes application by Jane Meaden and Mary Clavell, granddaughters and executrix's of Richard Slade, for Letters of Administration to be granted to Mary Wood,
wife of Elias Wood, daughter in law to Richard Slade, 16 Feb 1732/33 and Bond of Administration entered into by Mary Wood for the
estate of Richard Slade 17 Feb 1732/33 [Dated 9 Jun 1713] (AD/DT/W 1732/16)
17 Feb 1732/33.

Research Notes

OPC site for Winfrith Newburgh and LDS checked. We seem to be stuck at Richard and Jane
OPC Burials has Richard buried 24 Jul 1733 Winfrith Newburgh. There is also a Jane Slade buried on the 19th July 1733 (wife or daughter?)
The OPC site has Richard and Jane's marriage, but does not give her maiden nane


Thanks to Ann and Bob Preece for updates to this page
Thanks to Jenny Grainger for the wedding certificate that kickstarted the Fudges and Chris Jeffery for the excellent Winfrith Newburgh OPC site
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