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The ancestors of William Maurice Slayton (18 February 1906-11 September 1986)

researched ad compiled by Wm. John Slayton, Jr.
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
[Independence, Missouri] : W.J. Slayton, 1995
v, 56 leaves.

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William Maurice Slayton (1906-1986) was born at Kansas City, Missouri, the son of Charles Guy Slayton (1890-1952) and Lydia Emma Becker Slayton (1887-1968). He married Jennie Mae Cochran (1900-1968) in 1935 at Kansas City. They had one son born in 1942 at Kansas. He married 2) Mary Elizabeth Cochran (1912-1986).

Ancestors include: John Sladden (1669-1721) of Dover, Kent County, England, and Slayden Creek, Hanover County, Virginia -- John Sloden (ca. 1420-1481) of Skeete, Lyminge, Kent County, England -- Nicholas Gentry (1655-1736) of England and St. Peter Parish, New Kent County, Virginia -- John Henry Becker (1843-1925) of Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany, and Kansas City, Missouri.

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