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John WADE
Eunice OLMSTEAD
Husband:  John WADE
Birth:  10 May 1775, Killingly, Windham Co., CT
Death (æ 65):  24 Dec 1840, Rose, Wayne Co., NY
Disposition:  buried Collins Cemetery [Dist. 7 Burial Ground], Rose, Wayne Co., NY
Father:  Dudley WADE (1734-1803)
Mother:  Katherine ALVERSON (1732-1805)
Marriage:
Wife:  Eunice OLMSTEAD
Birth:  1779, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT
Death (æ 68):  22 Jan 1847, Rose, Wayne Co., NY
Disposition:  buried Collins Cemetery [Dist. 7 Burial Ground], Rose, Wayne Co., NY
Father:  Roger OLMSTEAD (1732-1800)
Mother:  Eunice MARSH (1730-1800)
Children:
Elizabeth "Eliza" WADE, b. 28 Aug 1801, Paris, Oneida Co., NY
.  William WADE, b. ca. 1805
.  Eunace / Eunice WADE, b. 12 Jul 1807, Huron, NY; d. 17 Nov 1881
Jesse WADE, b. 1816/7
Willis G. WADE, b. 28 Feb 1821
 

.  John WADE; invalid
.  Eunice WADE; m. Josiah UPSON

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1830 U.S. Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #9 of 18 indexed "Walle"; official enumeration date 1 Jun 1830; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤-
1830 NY Wayne Co. Rose Roll M19_117 p. 174 Ln. 25 John Wade 112 110 010 - 000 000 010
These data indicate:
No. & Sex Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 4 or under 1825-1830 =
1 male 5-9 1820-1825 = Willis (b. 1821)
2 males 10-14 1815-1820 = Jesse (b. 1816/7)
1 male 15-19 1810-1815
1 male 20-29 1800-1810
1 male 50-59 1770-1780 = John (b. 1775)
1 female 50-59 1770-1780 = Eunice (b. 1779)
Listed three households from Abel LYON.
 

.  Alfred Seelye Roe. 1893.  Rose Neighborhood Sketches, Wayne County, New York.  Self-published, Worcester, MA (online at Archive.org; boldface added):
p. 62
ROSE NEIGHBORHOOD SKETCHES.

Further west, on the south side of the road... in the log house days, came "Squire" John Wade, a Connecticut gentleman of the most approved stock.  He was, in addition to his farming, a shoemaker, perhaps one of the first in the locality... Mr. Wade's wife was Eunice Olmstead, whose relatives we have heretofore noted as living south of Wolcott.  Like many of the early settlers, he had numerous children.  Perhaps I shall not name them all, but there were:  William, who, having married Angeline Lyon, went to Cattaraugus county; Jesse, who married Permelia, sister of Dr. Van Ostrand, of the Valley, and went west also; Willis G. married Juliette Closs, a sister of Harvey and "Ham" Closs, and, after securing quite a property as a pension agent, died childless, in 1854, aged thirty-three; John, who, from accident and medicine, was a hopeless cripple, and passed the latter part of his life with his cousin, Dudley; Eliza, who married George Fairbanks and went west, and Eunice, who became the wife of Josiah Upson, a member of one of the oldest families in Huron.  As his wife she became the mother of Mrs. Sarah Andrus, Carroll H., Homer J., William and Frank Upson.  Dudley Wade, a nephew, and already mentioned, passed his boyhood in  the family of John Wade.  After selling this farm, "Squire" Wade lived for a while on the Deacon [Walter] Lyon place, south of the Valley, but finally both he and his wife made their homes with Dudley Wade, and in his house died, Mr. Wade, Dec. 24, 1840, aged sixty-five; Mrs. Wade, Jan. 22, 1847, aged sixty-eight.  They are buried in the District No. 7 burial ground.

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