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  (b. abt. 1750 Windsor, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 14 December 1838 Cornwall, Connecticut, USA )  

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John SLADE was born abt. 1750 in Windsor, Crown Colony of Connecticut

John SLADE was the child of John SLADE   and   Martha ABBE and the grandchild of: (paternal)  William SLADE and Thankful HUTCHINSON (maternal)  John ABBE and Hannah BOARDMAN

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John  married  Phoebe PICKETT .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Phoebe PICKETT  was born abt. 1760

John SLADE died 14 December 1838 in Cornwall, Connecticut, USA.
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flag female ancestor Phoebe SLADE (b.21 August 1786, , Crown Colony of Massachusetts Bay  d. 18 September 1873, Freehold, Warren, Pennsylvania, USA)
m. Peleg TRASK 31 December 1809 in Oneida, New York, USA



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News1775 - First shots of Revolutionary War fired in Lexington and Concord. (April 19)
News1776 - American Declaration of Independence (July 4)
News1776 - Congress renames the nation 'United States of America' (September 9)
News1777 - The Articles of Confederation Were Adopted (November 15)
1786 Birth of Child
Phoebe SLADE was born 21 August 1786, , Massachusetts, USA
News1787 - U.S. Constitution ratified (September 17)
News1791 - The Bill of Rights takes effect (December 15)

Windsor, Connecticut, USA (Poquonock)
First Church in Windsor (1794)

First Church in Windsor, Connecticut is the oldest Congregational church in Connecticut, tracing its beginnings to 1630 in Plymouth, England, where 140 men and women sailed on the Mary & John, the first of 17 ships of the so-called Winthrop Fleet bound for the colony of Massachusetts. Hearing from the Indians of the fertile land along the Connecticut River in what is now called the Connecticut River Valley, a small contingent of settlers headed southwest, establishing the first Connecticut town settlement at Windsor in 1633. Word soon spread that Windsor was a good place to settle, and in 1635 the First Church congregation ventured forth from their homes in Dorchester, Massachusetts to answer the beckoning call of a new life in Connecticut... waymarking.com

The history of Windsor’s Congregational Church goes back to 1630, when its founding members arrived in Massachusetts with John Winthrop‘s fleet. In 1635, they left Dorchester, Mass and settled... Read MORE...

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News1803 - Louisiana Purchase - The United States doubled its size by purchasing this territory from Spain. (October 20)

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News1805 - Lewis and Clark reach Pacific (November 15)
marriage1809 Marriage of Child
Phoebe SLADE married 31 December 1809, Oneida, New York, USA to Peleg TRASK
NewsThe War of 1812 was a conflict between the United States and Great Britain, lasting from 1812 to 1815. It was primarily fueled by issues such as trade restrictions due to Britain's ongoing war with France, impressment of American sailors into the British Navy, and British support of Native American tribes against American expansion. The war ended with the Treaty of Ghent, restoring pre-war boundaries but resolving few of the initial disputes.
News1826 - Former U.S. Presidents Thomas Jefferson and John Adams both die on the 50th Anniversary of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence.
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News1827 - The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad is incorporated, becoming the first railroad in America offering commercial transportation of both people and freight.
death1838 Death
14 December 1838
Cornwall, Connecticut, USA
Name: John Lexington Alarm Slade
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Death Date: 14 Dec 1838
Death Place: Cornwall, Conn.
Age: 87
Birth Date: 1751
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B03734-2
System Origin: Connecticut-EASy
GS Film number: 3328
Reference ID: pg 18

"Connecticut Deaths and Burials, 1772-1934," database, FamilySearch (https:/ / familysearch.org/ ark:/ 61903/ 1:1:F7NW-GY5 : 3 December 2014), John Lexington Alarm Slade, 14 Dec 1838; citing Cornwall, Conn., reference pg 18; FHL microfilm 3,328."

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Added: 9/3/2016 12:11:58 PM - Updated: 12/8/2017 3:01:41 PM
Did You Know?America - Did you know? July 4, 1828: Construction is begun on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, the first public railroad in the U.S.
Did You Know?The name Connecticut originates from the Algonquian word 'Quinnehtukqut' (beside the long tidal river). (statesymbolsusa.org)

Prior to 1638 - Connecticut, New England
1638 - 1662 - New Haven Colony
1662 - 1687 - Connecticut Colony
1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1787 - Crown Colony of Connecticut
January 5, 1788 - Connecticut becomes 5th U.S. state

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