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COL Edward Clemens Wade

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COL Edward Clemens Wade

Birth
Whitfield County, Georgia, USA
Death
5 Apr 1911 (aged 80)
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, USA
Burial
Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, USA
Memorial ID
24395198 View Source

Son of Jesse Perkins and Bethenia Middlebrooks Wade and husband of Sarah Elizabeth Erwin.
FUNERAL OF COL. WADE
His Body Laid To Rest In Savannah Cemetery
Savannah, GA, April 8 - Special-
With a simple service the remains of Col. Edward C. Wade,
"the Wade who never seceded" who at one time was one of
the wealthiest merchants of Savannah and who was a picturesque
character during the Civil War, were laid to rest this afternoon
in Laurel Grove Cemetery beside his wife, who died here many
years ago.
The remains of Col. Wade arrived from New Orleans, where he died
Wednesday when en route to Cocoa, Fla., from his home Los Angeles, Cal.
Accompanying the remains was Mr. Lawton Wade a son of the deceased
and a prominent business man of Los Angeles. Col. Wade left
Savannah in 1885, after having served here as collector of internal revenue.

Son of Jesse Perkins and Bethenia Middlebrooks Wade and husband of Sarah Elizabeth Erwin.
FUNERAL OF COL. WADE
His Body Laid To Rest In Savannah Cemetery
Savannah, GA, April 8 - Special-
With a simple service the remains of Col. Edward C. Wade,
"the Wade who never seceded" who at one time was one of
the wealthiest merchants of Savannah and who was a picturesque
character during the Civil War, were laid to rest this afternoon
in Laurel Grove Cemetery beside his wife, who died here many
years ago.
The remains of Col. Wade arrived from New Orleans, where he died
Wednesday when en route to Cocoa, Fla., from his home Los Angeles, Cal.
Accompanying the remains was Mr. Lawton Wade a son of the deceased
and a prominent business man of Los Angeles. Col. Wade left
Savannah in 1885, after having served here as collector of internal revenue.


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