John Skottowe

(1774 - 1820)
     John Skottowe was born in 1774. He was the son of John Skottowe.
     John died in 1820.

John Skottowe

(circa 1700 - 1771)
     John Skottowe was born circa 1700. He was the son of Thomas Skottowe and Elizabeth Coulson.
     John died Ramsey's Waterford chronicle reported in 1771:Yesterday, died in Georges St, in the 72nd year of his age, John Skottowe, esq. formerly a Captain in the 3rd Regt of Horse, a gentleman universly beloved; he was an affectionate husband, a tender parent, a sincere friend, which his death lamented by all had the pleasure of his acquaintance. The footnote in The Irish genealogist 4: 6 (1973) states, 3rd son of Thomas Skottowe of Little Melton, Norfolk, and Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Christopher Coulson of Ayton Hall, Yks, He married Elizabeth Berkley of co. Carlow and left 2 sons, Coulson, murdered in 1798 and Charles who married a neice of Jemmett Browne, Archbishop of Tuam. A few years after John Skottowe's death, his nephew Thoams Skottowe (who hda been the last colonial secretary to the Council of South Carolina and who had married Mary, daughter of Edmund Bellinger, 3rd Landgrave of South Carolina) also settled in Waterford. His sons were Sir Edmund & Sir Nicholas; the latter was one ofthe founders of the Atkins and Skottowe Bank in Waterford. See Pilip Skottowe, The leaf and the tree, 1963 in 1771.

Margaret Skottowe

(10 August 1769 - 22 March 1851)
     Margaret Skottowe was born on 10 August 1769 This date relates to an elder sister who died in 1776 at Fareham, England. A second Margaret was born c 1777 in St Helena. She was the daughter of John Skottowe.
Margaret Skottowe married Richard Neville Parker, son of Michael Parker and Anne D'Esterre, on 1 October 1795. At Passage, near Cork, Richard Neville Parker, Esq. to Miss Margaret Skottowe, daughter John Skottowe, Esq. late Governor St Helena.
     Margaret died on 22 March 1851 in Cork, Cork, Ireland, aged 81.

Children of Margaret Skottowe and Richard Neville Parker

Richard Skottowe

(1779 - circa 1814)
     Richard Skottowe was born in 1779. He was the son of John Skottowe.
     Richard died circa 1814.

Thomas Skottowe

(1775 - 1804)
     Thomas Skottowe was born in 1775 in St Helena. He was the son of John Skottowe.
     Thomas died The Greentree family website states: Thomas, John Skottowe and Margaret Greentree’s second son, was baptized by his uncle, Robartes Carr, on St. Helena in 1775.[1]
Little is known about him, except that he was a Captain in the 46th Regiment of Foot, appointed on August 29, 1798.[2] In 1804, he died at Morne Bruce on the island of Dominica. British soldiers sent to these tropical islands typically did not survive long, with disease quickly carrying them off.
The Gentleman’s Magazine recorded his death: July … [ellipses are in the original] At Dominica, much regretted by the regiment, Capt. Thomas Skottowe, of the 46th foot.[3]
He has a permanent memorial on the island at St. George’s Church in Roseau: To the memory of / Captn Thomas Skottowe / late of the 46th Regiment / Who departed this life / at Morne Bruce Dominica / on the 18th Day of July 1804 / Aged 29 Years.
The final item that remains of his short life is his handwritten will in The National Archives at Kew: I do hereby will and bequeath at my [decease] the entire of my property between my sister Mrs. Henry Harding Parker, widow to Captain Henry Harding Parker late of the Navy and my youngest brother, Richard Skottowe, to be equally divided share and share alike. Thomas Skottowe Captn 46th Regt Cork December 11th, 1803.[4]
[1] St. Helena Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1767–1835. Microfilm no. 0498605, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

[2] War Office. A List of the Officers of the Army and Marines… 48th ed. London: printed by C. Rosworth, 1800.
[3] Gentleman’s Magazine, vol. 74, pt. 2, 1804, p. 881.
[4] Thomas Skottowe will (1804); Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills; PROB 11/1416/116. in 1804 in Dominica.

Thomas Skottowe

(1696 - 9 February 1771)
     Thomas Skottowe was born in 1696 in The Manor, Little Melton, Norfolk, England. He was the son of Thomas Skottowe (1164-1756) and Elizabeth Coulson. He was the son of Thomas Skottowe and Elizabeth Coulson.
     Thomas died on 9 February 1771 in Great Ayton, Yorkshire, England. A memorial in the church at Great Ayton reads: In memory of Thomas Skottowe, Esq, Lord of this Manor, who died February 9th 1771, aged 75 years. Also of Ann his wife who diedd May 2nd 1751 aged 50 years. A Testimony of Affection by their son N. S..

Child of Thomas Skottowe

Thomas Skottowe

(1665 - 1756)
     Thomas Skottowe was born in 1665.
Thomas Skottowe married Elizabeth Coulson circa 1690.
     Thomas died in 1756 in Norfolk, England.

Children of Thomas Skottowe and Elizabeth Coulson

Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring

(1 March 1814 - 10 April 1868)
     Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring was born on 1 March 1814 in Gibraltar?. He was the son of George Skyring & Mary Claringbold.
Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring married Georgianna Halahan, daughter of Dr John Wallen Halahan and Mary Anne Creighton, on 12 October 1848 in King's Chapel, the Garrison, Gibraltar.
Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring served in the military as a Captain in the Royal Engineers. He was known as 'Major General' and was military governor of Mauritius. Charles Francis Skyring went from Captain directly to Lieut Col, RE on April 2nd 1855.(no Major in between).About 1855/60 he was the head of all the British Royal Engineers in Scotland & he & Georgianna attended several Royal functions at that time.
     Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring and Georgianna Halahan were recorded on the 1851 census in Hythe Barracks, Hythe, Kent. Charles Francis Skyring, married, 37, resident engineer, Captain Royal Engineers, born Gibralter; Georgiana, wife, 26, born Canada; Dashwood Easthope Skyring, aged 1, born Hythe.
     Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring and Georgianna Halahan travelled to Quebec, Canada, in 1856 per the "Anglo Saxon".
     Charles died on 10 April 1868 in Rondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa, aged 54.
     His will was proved in 1868 in London, England. The will of the Charles Francis Skyring late of the Island of Mauritius in Africa, Lt Colonel in the Corps of Royal Engineers dn Colonel in the Army deceased who died 10 April at the Cape of Good Hope was proved at the Principal Registry by the oath of Georgiana Skyring of 26 South-street Grosvenor Square in the county of Middlesex, widow the relict the sole executrix. Effects under £1000.

Children of Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring and Georgianna Halahan

Charles Francis John Skyring

(26 May 1853 - 20 April 1927)
     Charles Francis John Skyring was also known as Charles Flamstead in records. He was born on 26 May 1853 in Granton, Edinburgh, Scotland. He was the son of Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring and Georgianna Halahan. Dashwood, Florence, Charles, Edith and Ethel were listed as the children of Georgianna Halahan in the 1871 census in 2 Braye Rd, Alderney, Channel Islands, UK.
     Charles died on 20 April 1927 aged 73.

Dashwood Easthope Skyring

(31 October 1849 - 20 April 1927)
     Dashwood Easthope Skyring was christened on 31 October 1849 in Hythe, Kent. He was the son of Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring and Georgianna Halahan. Dashwood was listed as the son of Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring in the 1851 census in Hythe Barracks, Hythe, Kent. Dashwood, Florence, Charles, Edith and Ethel were listed as the children of Georgianna Halahan in the 1871 census in 2 Braye Rd, Alderney, Channel Islands, UK.
     Dashwood died on 20 April 1927 in San Gorgonia, Riverside, California, USA, aged 77.

Edith Strathmore? Skyring

(25 July 1856 - circa 1890)
     Edith Strathmore? Skyring was also known as Edith Mary in records. She was born on 25 July 1856 in Jersey, Channel Islands. She was the daughter of Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring and Georgianna Halahan. Dashwood, Florence, Charles, Edith and Ethel were listed as the children of Georgianna Halahan in the 1871 census in 2 Braye Rd, Alderney, Channel Islands, UK.
Edith Strathmore? Skyring married George Milne in Alderney, Channel Islands, UK.
     Edith died circa 1890.

Ethel Mary Aileen Skyring

(22 May 1863 - 22 October 1902)
     Ethel Mary Aileen Skyring was also known as Ethel Mary Amelia in records. She was born on 22 May 1863 in Duddingston, Midlothian, Scotland. She was the daughter of Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring and Georgianna Halahan. Dashwood, Florence, Charles, Edith and Ethel were listed as the children of Georgianna Halahan in the 1871 census in 2 Braye Rd, Alderney, Channel Islands, UK.
Ethel Mary Aileen Skyring married Prof William Charles Flamstead Walters on 27 November 1886 in Christchurch, New Zealand. He was Master of Christ's College, Christchurch, NZ. See www.myjacobfamily.com/favershamjacobs/williamcfwalters.htm and Daryl Lundy's website www.thepeerage.comfor more on this line.
     Ethel died on 22 October 1902 in London, England, aged 39.

Child of Ethel Mary Aileen Skyring and Prof William Charles Flamstead Walters

Florence Elizabeth Skyring

(5 May 1851 - )
     Florence Elizabeth Skyring was born on 5 May 1851 in Blatsoe, Bedfordshire, England. She was the daughter of Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring and Georgianna Halahan. Dashwood, Florence, Charles, Edith and Ethel were listed as the children of Georgianna Halahan in the 1871 census in 2 Braye Rd, Alderney, Channel Islands, UK.

Ianthe Florence Skyring

(5 June 1857 - 20 July 1917)
     Ianthe Florence Skyring was born at sea on 5 June 1857 off the coast of Spain. She was the daughter of Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring and Georgianna Halahan.
Ianthe Florence Skyring married Francis William Henry Cavendish on 14 October 1876 in St Martin in the Fields, Westminster. Ianthe Florence Skyring was buried on 20 July 1917 in the Baptist chapel, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire. FUNERAL of Mrs F.W.H. Cavendish The funeral of Mrs Ianthe Florence Cavendish, widow of the late Mr F.W.H. Cavendish, DL. JP. (formerly of St Margaret's, Trinity Place, Eastbourne )who died at Brake Cottage, Gerrards Cross, on Friday July 20, took place at the Parish Church of Chalfont St Peter's, Bucks, on Thursday afternoon. The service was read by the Vicar, Rev. Charles S.A. Whittington MMA. The chief mourners were Mr Nigel Cavendish (son) Staff Lieutenant R.F.Cavendish, Miss Dorothy Cavendish, Professor and Mrs C.F. Walters and Miss Morgan.
     Ianthe died on 20 July 1917 in Gerard's Cross, Buckinghamshire, England, aged 60. "The Times" London: Tuesday July 24, 1917: pg1: issue 41538 :colA; DEATHS : CAVENDISH: On the 20th July at Gerrards Cross, Ianthe Florence CAVENDISH, widow of Francis W.H. Cavendish DL JP and daughter of the late Major -General C.F. Skyring RE. "
++ Eastbourne Gazette" Wednesday July 25, 1917: "DEATH of Mrs F.W.H. Cavendish : An Old Eastbourne Resident_ We regret to announce the death of Mrs Ianthe Florence Cavendish, widow of Mr F.W.H. Cavendish. DL. JP. of Eastbourne which took place at Gerrards Cross, Bucks on Friday last. Mrs Cavendish, a daughter of the late Major General C.F. Skyring RE, was well known to many of the older residents of Eastbourne. Her husband, a member of the ducal house of Devonshire, was a prominent magistrate and took an active intererst in local affairs. After her husbands death Mrs Cavendish left "St Margaret's" Trinity Place and with her son, Mr Nigel Cavendish, resided in France for several years.
Soon after the ourbreak of the war she went to live at Gerrards Cross. The deceased lady, who possessed undoubted literary gifts and a fine sence of humor, was the author of an amusing novel, entilted "Dr Brown's Partner" the leading character of which was drawn from well known Eastbourne medical man. Mrs Cavendish had a valuable knowledge of the leading members of Eastbourne society, and on many occasions she contributed articles on events of other days in the columns of this newspaper.
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Children of Ianthe Florence Skyring and Francis William Henry Cavendish

Elias Slack

     Elias Slack married Hannah Rich, daughter of Jonas Rich and Alice Crossley, on 16 September 1714 in Bradfield, Yorkshire.

George Henry Slack

(1904 - 1976)
     George Henry Slack was born in 1904.
George Henry Slack married Ivy Wood in 1931 in Victoria.
     George died in 1976.

Isaac Sladden

(11 October 1739? - 8 July 1807)
     Isaac Sladden was christened on 11 October 1739? In Reculver, Kent. He was the son of Isaac Sladden and Mary Swain.
Isaac Sladden married Sarah Staines on 25 November 1764 in Herne, Kent. The marriage licence was for Isaac Sladden of the Precincts Canterbury, tallow chandler, bach (22) & Sarah Staines of Herne sp (22), at Herne 21 Nov 1764.
     Isaac died on 8 July 1807 aged 67. He was bured at Petham, Kent: Sacred to the memory of Mr Isaac Sladden who departed this life July 8 1807 aged 68 years. (br: from Canterbury) Also Mrs Sarah Sladden wife of the above who died 2 July 1808 aged 72 years.
     His will was proved on 8 December 1807 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Isaac Sladden, Tallow Chandler and Grocer of Canterbury , Kent.

Child of Isaac Sladden and Sarah Staines

Isaac Sladden

     Isaac Sladden married Mary Swain on 15 September 1733.

Child of Isaac Sladden and Mary Swain

Isaac Sladden

(10 July 1767 - September 1807?)
     Isaac Sladden was christened on 10 July 1767 in Canterbury, Kent. He was the son of Isaac Sladden and Sarah Staines.
Isaac Sladden married Susanna Townsend on 9 November 1796 in St Andrew by the Wardrobe, London. They were both of St Ann Blackfriars parish.
     Isaac died in September 1807? Aged 40.
     Isaac Sladden made a will dated 5 May 1853 in 46 Weymouth Terrace, Hackney, London.
     His will was proved on 26 September 1854 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Charles Edwin Slade

(28 February 1868 - March 1868)
     Charles Edwin Slade was christened on 28 February 1868 in St Mary, Putney, Surrey. He was the son of James Stanser Slade and Irene Lockyer.
     Charles's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1868 in Wandsworth RD, Surrey.

Elizabeth Hannah Septimar Slade

(1845 - 1846)
     Elizabeth Hannah Septimar Slade was born in 1845 in St Pancras RD, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Septimus Campbell Moody Slade and Hannah Stanser.
     Elizabeth died in 1846 in Marylebone, Middlesex.

Emily Sophia Slade

(before 10 April 1863 - 7 November 1892)
     Emily Sophia Slade was born before 10 April 1863 in Putney, Surrey. She was the daughter of James Stanser Slade and Irene Lockyer. Emily Sophia Slade was christened on 10 April 1864 in St Mary, Barnes.
     Emily died on 7 November 1892 in Gloucester, Gloucestershire. Watson Nov 7, at 32 St Michael's Square, Emily, the beloved wife of H W Watson, and third daughter of the late James Stanser Slade, of the War Office.

Helen Stanser Slade

(before April 1862 - 26 October 1887)
     Helen Stanser Slade was born before April 1862 in Hounslow, Middlesex. She was the daughter of James Stanser Slade and Irene Lockyer. Helen Stanser Slade was christened on 6 July 1862 in St Mary's, Harmondsworth, Middlesex.
     Helen Stanser Slade and Irene Mary Slade were recorded on the 1871 census in 3 Bloomfield Tce, Paddington, Middlesex. Irene? Slade aged 12 and Helen Slade aged 9, both born at Hounslow were pupils. Helen Stanser Slade appeared on the 1881 census with James Templeton Slade.
Helen Stanser Slade married Edward Ellis Watson on 11 April 1887 in St Dunstan, East Acton, Brentford RD, Middlesex. He was a 22 year old artist, she was 25 of Baytree House, East Acton, her father was a deceased civil servant.
     Helen died on 26 October 1887 in 1 The Elms, Allison Rd, Acton, London.

Irene Mary Slade

(13 February 1859 - June 1931)
     Irene Mary Slade was christened on 13 February 1859 in St Mary's, Harmondsworth, Middlesex. She was probably born in the second quarter of 1858 in the Brentford Registration District. She was the daughter of James Stanser Slade and Irene Lockyer. Irene and James were listed as the children of James Stanser Slade in the 1861 census in Bath Rd, Heston, London.
     Irene Mary Slade and Helen Stanser Slade were recorded on the 1871 census in 3 Bloomfield Tce, Paddington, Middlesex. Irene? Slade aged 12 and Helen Slade aged 9, both born at Hounslow were pupils.
     Administration of the estate of James Stanser Slade was granted to Irene Mary Slade, on 14 January 1880 in the Principal Probate Registry, London, Administration with will annexed of James Stanser Slade, formerly of 2 Albert Villas, Bath Rd, Hounslow, Medx, but late of Lynton Villa, Lower Richmond Rd, Putney, Surrey. gentleman who died 22 Dec 1869 were granted at the Principal Registry to Irene Mary Slade, of 35 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, Mdx.spinster, daughter of one of the residuary legatees substitued. The Administration granted in 1870 having ceased and expired. She was listed as Sarah Stewart Giles's niece in the 1881 census in 35 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, Middlesex.
Irene Mary Slade and Arthur Edward Slade Templeton witnessed Edward Ellis Watson and Helen Stanser Slade's wedding on 11 April 1887 in St Dunstan, East Acton, Brentford RD, Middlesex. Irene Mary Slade was listed as James Templeton Slade's sister in the 1891 census in 12 Bindon Rd, Hammersmith, Middlesex.
     Irene Mary Slade and Elizabeth Stanser Robinson were recorded on the 1901 census in Cavandish House, Cavendish Place, Eastbourne, Sussex. Irene M Slade, single 41, proprietor of boarding house, born Hounslow; Elizabeth S Robinson, cousin, single, 80, living on own means, born Stoke Golding, Leics; Sophhia A Hampton, cousin, single, 48, living on own means born Malta; with boarders and servants.
     Irene and James were registered as Also Theordora Matilda (James' wife?) At 41 Sinclair Rd, Hammersmith, Middlesex, on the between 1929 and 1930 electoral roll.
     Irene's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1931 in London, Hammersmith RD, Middlesex, England.

James Slade

(before 1800 - 1838?)
     James Slade was born before 1800. He was the son of John Slade and Mary Holden.
He was Deputy Assistant Commissary General at the time of his marriage.
James Slade married Mary Anne Stanser, daughter of Bishop Robert Stanser and Mary Aust, on 22 August 1825 in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
     James died in 1838? In Trinidad. He may be the James Slade whose death was reported in the Arcadian recorder 2 June 1838, at Trinidad 'for several years a resident of Halifax'.

Children of James Slade and Mary Anne Stanser

James Stanser Slade

(12 January 1829 - 22 December 1869)
     James Stanser Slade was born on 12 January 1829 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He was the son of James Slade and Mary Anne Stanser.
He was sent to England when his mother died and brought up by aunt Best.
     James Stanser Slade was recorded on the 1841 census in Blemill House, Brompton, London. A James Slade, 13, Foreign; was a pupil at the school run by Robert & Frances Pollard.
     In Robert Brymer Stanser's will dated 20 March 1844 in 'Woodbine Cottage', Regent's Park, Middlesex, James Stanser Slade was named as heir. He was listed as the nephew of Septimus Campbell Moody Slade in the 1851 census in West ..., Hampstead, London.
James Stanser Slade was listed in a directory dated 1852 as James Stanser Slade, Treasury at London.
James Stanser Slade married Irene Lockyer on 14 February 1858 in St Giles, Camberwell.
     James Stanser Slade and Irene Lockyer were recorded on the 1861 census in Bath Rd, Heston, London. James Stanser Slade, married, 32, civil servant 2nd class War Office, born Nova Scotia; his wife Irene aged 22, born Salsfield? Kent; children Irene Mary aged 2 and James Templeton, aged 1, both born at Hounslow, Mdx; with two servants.
     James was a government clerk between 1862 and 1864.
     James died on 22 December 1869 in Wandsworth RD, Surrey, England, aged 40.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Septimus Campbell Moody Slade on 25 January 1870 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. Administration with will annexed of James Stanser Slade, formerly of 2 Albert Villas, Bath Rd, Hounslow, Mdx, but late of Lynton Villa, Lower Richmond Rd, Putney, Surrey. gentleman who died 22 Dec 1869 granted to Septimus Slade of Castle Bar Hill, Ealing, Mdx, the uncle and guardian of Mary Slade, spinster, James Temleton Slade and Helen Stanser Slade, spinster, respectively minors and Emily Sophia Slade, spinster and Robert Henry Slade, respectively infants the children of the residuary legatees, substituted in the said will ... Effects under £2000.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Irene Mary Slade on 14 January 1880 at PPR. Administration with will annexed of James Stanser Slade, formerly of 2 Albert Villas, Bath Rd, Hounslow, Medx, but late of Lynton Villa, Lower Richmond Rd, Putney, Surrey. gentleman who died 22 Dec 1869 were granted at the Principal Registry to Irene Mary Slade, of 35 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, Mdx.spinster, daughter of one of the residuary legatees substitued. The Administration granted in 1870 having ceased and expired.

Children of James Stanser Slade and Irene Lockyer

James Templeton Slade

(before 5 April 1860 - December 1935)
     James Templeton Slade was born before 5 April 1860 in Hounslow, Middlesex. He was the son of James Stanser Slade and Irene Lockyer. James Templeton Slade was christened on 15 April 1860 in Harmondsworth, Middlesex. Irene and James were listed as the children of James Stanser Slade in the 1861 census in Bath Rd, Heston, London.
     James Templeton Slade were recorded on the 1881 census in 4 Ashchurch Terrace, Hammersmith, London. Sophia Slade, unmarried, aged 86, born Peckham, Kent, head, independent; James T Slade, unmarried aged 21, born Hounslow, great nephew, clerk to stockbroker, Helen S Slade, aged 19, born Hounslow, great niece; Rosina Woodbridge, 24, born High Wycombe, genral servant.
     James Templeton Slade and Elizabeth Stanser Robinson were recorded on the 1891 census in 12 Bindon Rd, Hammersmith, Middlesex. James T Slade, head, 31, single, clerk born Hounslow, Middlesex; Irene M Slade, sister, single, aged 31, living on own means, born Hounslow; Elizabeth Robinson, cousin ,single, 70, living on own means, born Stoke Golding, Leicestershire; with a servant.
     James Templeton Slade was recorded on the 1901 census in 18 Pember Rd, Willesden, Middlesex. James T Slade, head, single, 41, wine & spirit dealer's clerk, born Hounslow.
James Templeton Slade married Theodora Matilda Snelson on 21 October 1908 in St Mary, Paddington Green, Middlesex. James Templeton Salde, aged 48, bachelor, wine trade, of the parish of St John the Baptist, Croydon, sono f James Stanser Slade, civil servant, to Theodora Matilda Snelson, aged 33, spinster, of 150 Bloomfield Terrace, harrow Road, daughter of Theodore Snelson (deceased) accountant. Banns were called at St Mary Paddidngton from 27 September to October 11. He was of St John's Croydon and she was of 8 Manor Place.
     James Templeton Slade was recorded on the 1911 census in 25 St Saviour Rd, Croydon, Surrey. James Templeton Slade. 57, born Middlesex Hounslow, Manager To Wine Merchant; wife Theodora Matilda Slade 36, born Berkshire Reading, married for 2 years, no children.
     James and Irene were registered as Also Theordora Matilda (James' wife?) At 41 Sinclair Rd, Hammersmith, Middlesex, on the between 1929 and 1930 electoral roll.
     James's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1935 in Uxbridge RD, Middlesex.

Mary Elizabeth Slade

(say 1828 - 25 January 1918)
     Mary Elizabeth Slade was born say 1828 in Nova Scotia, Canada. She was the daughter of James Slade and Mary Anne Stanser.
     In Robert Brymer Stanser's will dated 20 March 1844 in 'Woodbine Cottage', Regent's Park, Middlesex, Mary Elizabeth Slade was named as heir.
Mary Elizabeth Slade married Robert Templeton on 18 July 1851 in St John, Hampstead, London.
     Mary Elizabeth Slade and Robert Templeton were recorded on the 1891 census in 42 Boscombe Rd, Hammersmith, London. Robert Templeton, head, 87, Deputy Inspector General Retired, Surgeon Major, born Ireland, his wife Mary E, 64, born Canada, daughter Sophia S, single, 38, born Malta, son Artur E? S, single, 30, mechanical engineer, born Bristol, Glos, with a servant Eliza Watson, 24, born Ireland. Mary Elizabeth Slade was an executor of Robert Templeton's estate on 20 June 1892 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Mary Elizabeth Slade was recorded on the 1901 census in Hammersmith, London . Mary E Templeton, head, widow, 74, living on own means, born Halifax, Nova Scotia; Eliza Watson, 32, general servant, born Ireland.
     Mary died on 25 January 1918 in the Rectory, Brockley, West Town, Somerset, England. Deaths - Templeton - on 25th Jan. at Brockley Rectory, West Town, Somerset, Mary Elizabeth, widow of Robert Templeton, Royal Horse Artillery and of Cranmore, Malone, Co. Antrim.
     Her will was proved on 11 April 1918 at PPR. Mary Elizabeth Templeton of the Brockley Rectory, West Town, widow, died 25 Jan 1918. Probate to Sophia Agnes Templeton spinster. Effects £906/2/10.

Children of Mary Elizabeth Slade and Robert Templeton

Robert Henry Slade

(1 November 1866 - )
     Robert Henry Slade was christened on 1 November 1866 in St Mary, Putney, Surrey. He was the son of James Stanser Slade and Irene Lockyer.

Septimus Campbell Moody Slade

(15 September 1804 - 9 February 1886)
     Septimus resided at Belsize Rd, St Johns Wood, Middlesex. He was christened on 15 September 1804 in Strood, Kent. He was the son of John Slade and Mary Holden.
Hannah Stanser married secondly Septimus Campbell Moody Slade on 1 May 1838 in All Saints, Fulham, London. Septimus Campbelll Moody Slade aged 34, gentleman, of P... Place, Kings Rd, son of John Slade, gentleman, to, Hannah Stanser, 33, spinster, of North End, daughter of Robert Stanser, late Bishop of Nova Scotia. Both signed in the presence of W? Stanser and Sophia Slade & Frances? Anne Slade.
     Septimus Campbell Moody Slade and Hannah Stanser were recorded on the 1841 census in Wratton? Priory, Wish Lane, Portsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire. Septimus Slade, 35, Independent, not born in county; Hannah Slade, 35, not born in county, F[oreign], Mary A Slade, 50, Sophia Slade, 40, neither born in the county.
     Septimus Campbell Moody Slade and Hannah Stanser were recorded on the 1851 census in West ..., Hampstead, London. Septimus Slade, head, married 47... Paymaster General, born Brompton, Kent; his wife Hannah aged 44, born Halifax, Nova Scotia; nephew James unmarried, 22, clerk, treasury , born Halifax NS and two servants.
     Administration of the estate of James Stanser Slade was granted to Septimus Campbell Moody Slade, on 25 January 1870 in the Principal Probate Registry, London, Administration with will annexed of James Stanser Slade, formerly of 2 Albert Villas, Bath Rd, Hounslow, Mdx, but late of Lynton Villa, Lower Richmond Rd, Putney, Surrey. gentleman who died 22 Dec 1869 granted to Septimus Slade of Castle Bar Hill, Ealing, Mdx, the uncle and guardian of Mary Slade, spinster, James Temleton Slade and Helen Stanser Slade, spinster, respectively minors and Emily Sophia Slade, spinster and Robert Henry Slade, respectively infants the children of the residuary legatees, substituted in the said will ... Effects under £2000.
     Septimus Campbell Moody Slade were recorded on the 1881 census in Mt Ave, Ealing, Middlesex. Septimus Slade, 77, Retired From Civil Service, born Gillingham, Kent, wife Eleanor Slade, 43, born Stondon? Herts, daughter Georgina Slade, 17, scholar, born Ealing, Nephew Henry J. S. Hayes, 22. & niece Edith M M Hayes, 14, both born at Hampstead, with a servant Eliza Townsend, 22.
     Septimus died on 9 February 1886 in Ealing, Middlesex, aged 81. He was buried on 13 February 1886 in Ealing.
     His will was proved on 19 March 1886 at London. Probate granted to Eleanor Slade of Balmaine Villa widow and William Henry Vaudrey of 9 St Jame's Square, Manchester, solicitor, Personal Estate £11,214 10s 10d. Re -sworn May 1886 £11,277 0s 10d.

Child of Septimus Campbell Moody Slade and Hannah Stanser