Robert Cartmell1

(July 1847 - )
     Robert Cartmell was born in July, 1847 in England.2
     Robert married Lucy E. Ford in 1891.1,2

Census, Tax, Voter Records, & City Directories

YearLocationHead of Household
1900Middlebury, Addison County, VermontRobert Cartmell2


  1. [S9],, Lucy E Ford, oblisk, Middlebury Cemetery, Addison Co, Vermont.
  2. [S3610] 1900 US Census of Addison County, Vermont, ED 13, sh 8-A, lines 15-18, dwl 169, fam 188.

Isabella Jane Criddle1

(circa 1922 - 5 January 2016)
     Isabella Jane Criddle went by Jane.2 She was born circa 1922 in King County, Washington.2
     Isabella married Earl Leroy Slade, son of Clifford Leroy Slade and Laura Ann Hurlburt, in 1946.2 Isabella died on January 5, 2016 in Seattle, King County, Washington.2 She was buried in Evergreen-Washelli Memorial Park, Seattle, King County, Washington.3 Her obituary read as follows:

      Jane Criddle Slade A lifetime Seattleite, Jane passed January 5, 2016 at age 94 following a stroke. Predeceased by Earl, her husband of 60 years (2006) and son Richard (1982), she is survived by daughter Janet Slade Countner (spouse, Bill), son Clifford Slade (spouse, Donna), her grandchildren Andrea Countner, Will Countner (spouse, Taylor Mancini), Lesley Countner Martinell (spouse, Cody), Hilary Slade, Ian Slade (spouse, Megan) and great grandson Martin Slade.

A 1939 graduate of Queen Anne High School, Jane was Girls' Club president her senior year. A member of Pi Beta Phi sorority at the University of Washington she graduated with Phi Beta Kappa honors in 1943. Jane was an excellent seamstress. In addition to her wedding dress, she sewed and modeled fashion apparel for the Bon Marche, as well as wardrobes for her children and grandchildren.

Jane served several terms as Maple Elementary PTA president and headed up many school activities including Penny Drives for Seattle Children's Hospital. Jane instilled in her family the waste-not-want-not values of the Great Depression and loved finding a bargain. She enlisted her family in canning hundreds of quarts of peaches, pears, applesauce, cherries, pickles and jams.

Jane was energetic, funny, honest and resilient. She always said her best times were spent with family, particularly on Whidbey Island, including Thanksgiving 2015. For nearly 90 summers she enjoyed Whidbey's salmon fishing, crabbing and clamming. She waterskied into her 60s and swam into her 80s. Good neighbors and friends, her flowers and raspberries, bridge and cribbage games and See's chocolates were favorites. She devoted many happy hours to projects with her kids and grandkids. Her constant kindness and generosity of spirit are reasons everyone loved her so dearly. Jane and Earl made their Beacon Hill neighborhood a better place.

A member of Seattle First United Methodist Church for decades, Jane lived at Bayview Retirement Community the past 6 years where she enjoyed friends, activities and the loving care of dedicated staff. No public service will be held. Remembrances may be made to Seattle Children's Hospital or other charity.
Published in The Seattle Times on Jan. 17, 2016.2

Children of Isabella Jane Criddle and Earl Leroy Slade


  1. [S2711] Washington, Marriage Records, 1854-2013,, King Co, vol 150, p 328, Marr Certif, Seattle, Jan 19, 1946, Earl L Slade & Isabella Jane Criddle.
  2. [S8] Obituary, , Jane Criddle Slade, published in The Seattle Times on Jan 17, 2016.
  3. [S9],, Jane Criddle Slade, tombstone, Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park, Seattle, Washington.
  4. [S8] Obituary, Earl Leroy Slade, published in The Seattle Times on Feb 16, 2006.

Richard Slade1

( - 1982)
     Richard Slade was the son of Earl Leroy Slade and Isabella Jane Criddle.1 Richard died in 1982.2


  1. [S8] Obituary, , Earl Leroy Slade, published in The Seattle Times on Feb 16, 2006.
  2. [S8] Obituary, Jane Criddle Slade, published in The Seattle Times on Jan 17, 2016.

Thomas Eugene Slade II1,2

(30 December 1966 - 6 September 2020)
     Thomas Eugene Slade II was born on December 30, 1966 in Vancleave, Jackson County, Mississippi.2 He was the son of Thomas Eugene Slade and Flora Myrtle Inabinette.1,2
     Thomas married Gladys Maples.2 Thomas died on September 6, 2020 at age 53.2 He was buried in Vancleave Cemetery #01, Vancleave, Jackson County, Mississippi.2 His obituary read as follows:

      Thomas E. Slade II of Vancleave, MS passed away on September 6, 2020.

He was born on December 30, 1966. Tom was a Christian man and wanted to share God with everyone. He served the Lord in every way he could. Tom was a lifelong member of First Baptist Church of Vancleave, where he served as a deacon and secretary of the deacons. He loved singing in the choir and was honored to be a Sunday School teacher. He was a Past Master of the Ezel Lodge 426 and served as the secretary. Tom always looked to find the good in people. He had a love of teaching. Tom said that God lead him in the direction of teaching when he was a little boy. He did not just teach History, He cared for all his students and wanted to help them in any way he could.

God truly blessed me with Tom. He was a Christian, a gentleman, and a loving, trusting, and devoted husband and father. He loved his family and always put them first.

Tom is preceded in death by his mother, Myrtle Inabinette Slade; brother, Thomas Lamar Slade; and maternal grandparents, Mack and Martha Inabinette and Rev. William and Ava Slade.

He is survived by his wife,
Gladys Maples Slade;
daughter, Olivia Susanna Slade;
son, Malachi Maples Slade;
father, Thomas (Gene) Slade, Sr;
sister, LaGina (Rob) Landstreet;

honorary sister, Amy (Keith) Garrison; extended family member, Juanita Burt; nieces and nephews; and many more friends and relatives.

Pallbearers are John Young, Keith Garrison, David Owens, Troy Frisbie, Timothy Hammonds, Kyle Wikerson, Kevin Braun, Jason Rouse, Brad Shawhan, and Matt Oliver.

A visitation will be held from 9:00- 11:00 am with a service at 11:00 am on Saturday, September 12, 2020 all at First Baptist Church of Vancleave. Burial will follow at Vancleave #1 Cemetery. Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Home, Vancleave is honored to serve this family. View and sign online tribute at WWW.BOKFH.COM.2

Children of Thomas Eugene Slade II and Gladys Maples

  • Olivia Susanna Slade 2
  • Malachi Maples Slade 2


  1. [S8] Obituary, , Flora Myrtle Inabinette Slade, Nov 24, 2015 by O'Bryan-O'Keefe Funeral Home, Pascagoula, Mississippi.
  2. [S8] Obituary, Thomas Eugene “Tom” Slade II, Published in The Sun Herald (Biloxi, MS) on Sep. 10, 2020.

Robert James Bannister1

(1878 - 1967)
     Robert James Bannister was born in 1878.1
     Robert married Helen Slade, daughter of Clark Marion Slade Jr. and Emma Elizabeth Lias.1,2 Robert died in 19671 and was buried in Woodland Cemetery, Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa.1


  1. [S9],, Robert James Bannister, Woodland Cemetery, Des Moines, Polk Co, Iowa.
  2. [S9], Helen Slade Bannister, Woodland Cemetery, Des Moines, Polk Co, Iowa.

Nancy May O'Conner1

(24 May 1939 - 13 November 2014)
     Nancy May O'Conner was born on May 24, 1939 in Forest City, Winnebago County, Iowa.1
     Nancy married Jimmie P. Slade, son of Ralph H. Slade and Jeanette B. Gappa.1 Nancy died on November 13, 2014 in Puyallup, Pierce County, Washington, at age 75.1 Her obituary read as follows:

      Nancy May Slade Of Graham, WA, passed away at the age of 75 on Thursday, November 13, 2014 in Puyallup. She was born May 24, 1939 in Forest City, IA. She lived in the Graham, WA area since the 1970';s and was a member of Graham Covenant Church. She was active in the Spanaway Lions and Spanaway Historical Society and past president. She also worked for the Catholic Community Services until her health forced her into retirement. She was preceded in death by her husband Jimmie Slade in 1998. She is survived by a brother, Edward O';Conner, sister Rose O';Conner, and her children Karisa Pamela Josephson, Cindy Lou Shaffer, David Lee Holliday, Vickie Lynette Lamz, Randy Alan Holliday, and Dawn Louise Davis. Nancy is also survived by numerous grand and great-grandchildren. She will be loved and missed by many who knew her. A memorial service will be held 2:00 PM Wednesday, November 19th, at Fir Lane Funeral Home, 924 E 176th St., in Spanaway.1


  1. [S8] Obituary, , Nancy May Slade, published in The News Tribune, (Tacoma, WA), Tuesday, Nov 18, 2014.

Bonnie J. Robbins1

(31 August 1927 - 7 May 2016)
     Bonnie J. Robbins was born on August 31, 1927 in Burlington, Iowa.1 She was the daughter of Justin Robbins and Nancy Jane Orton.1
     Bonnie married William A. Slade, son of Dwight High Slade and Tirza Augusta Brown, on June 26, 1960 in Canton, Lincoln County, South Dakota.1 Bonnie died on May 7, 2016 at age 88.1 She was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Canton, Lincoln County, South Dakota.2


  1. [S8] Obituary, , Bonnie J Slade, 88, published in The Argus Leader (Sioux Falls, SD) on May 9, 2016.
  2. [S9],, William A Slade, Forest Hill Cemetery, Canton, South Dakota.