WASH WADE AND WIFE ALICE MAXWELL WADE

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WASH WADE AND WIFE ALICE MAXWELL WADE

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Washington Wade (1858, AR-1937) was one of the major success stories to jump out of the White Oak School near Ponce de Leon. Although born in Carroll County, Ark, he grew up along the Stone-Christian County border near Ponce. His parents were: Joseph Wade (1814, KY-1888) and Nancy Sivley (1816-1883). Likely an early pupil at White Oak School, northwest of future Spokane, Wade was surely one of the top instructors at the school when he reached his twenties. His wife (shown) was Alice Maxwell (1865-1939) who was born in Lawrence County. Alice's mother was Nancy Teague. After a few years of teaching Wade got into the banking business and politics.

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“WASH WADE AND WIFE ALICE MAXWELL WADE,” I Remember When : Wayne Glenn, accessed April 16, 2021, http://i-rememberwhen.com/items/show/561.