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Wade ancestors and related families : beginning in 1727 with Edward Wade, the Revolutionary War soldier, and continuing through 1972, placing special emphasis on the Phillip R. Wade family who settled in northeast Mississippi in 1843, with related families of Burford, Moore, King, Aycock, Butler and Hamilton

collected and compiled by Mrs. Jeff Wade, Jr.
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English
Bragg City, Missouri : [s.n.], c1973
336 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Edward Wade was born ca. 1727 in Wales or Virginia. He married Mary Clemons in 1746/47 in Virginia, settled in Pittsylvania co., Virginia. In 1788 they moved to Green co., Georgia and he died in 1790.

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