Lawson Wade

#198, b. 1822, d. 1899
FatherUriah Wade b. 30 Jul 1792, d. 11 Oct 1871
MotherSally Collins b. Mar 1800, d. 14 May 1837


Lois Louisa Woodworth b. Dec 1824, d. 18 Aug 1905


     Lawson Wade was born in 1822 at Wayne, NY; Per census.1 He married Lois Louisa Woodworth, daughter of Charles Woodworth and Desire Babcock, in 1845; Per census and death record. Lawson Wade died in 1899 at Plainfield, Kent, Mich; Per grave marker. He was buried in 1899 at Fairplains Cemetery Grand Rapids, Kent, Mich.2

Other Events

     In 1835, Lawson Wade and his family moved from Rose, Wayne, NY, to Concord, Jackson, Mich.1

Time Line

Birth1822, Wayne, NY1
Census1830, Rose, Wayne, NYUriah Wade3
Move-to1835, Concord, Jackson, MichUriah Wade1
Marriage1845Lois Louisa Woodworth
Birth of Daughter1846, MichEllen Wade
Birth of Daughter1849, MichEmma Frances Wade
Census1850, Grand Rapids, Kent, MichLois Louisa Woodworth4
Census1860, Plainfield, Kent, MichLois Louisa Woodworth5
Death of Daughter1864Ellen Wade
Census1870, Plainfield, Kent, MichLois Louisa Woodworth6
Census1880, Plainfield, Kent, MichLois Louisa Woodworth7
Death1899, Plainfield, Kent, Mich
Burial1899, Fairplains Cemetery Grand Rapids, Kent, Mich2
ChartsDescendants of Jonathan Wade
Descendants of Thaddeus Collins
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F-A-G Memorial Found


  1. Alfred S Roe, Rose Neighborhood Sketches, Wayne County, New York (Worcester, Mass: The Author, 1893), Page 162.
  2. Find A Grave Memorial.
  3. US Census 1830, Rose, Wayne Co, NY, Series M19, Roll 117, Page 172, Line 17, 1 Jun 1830.
  4. US Census 1850, Grand Rapids, Kent Co, MI, Series M432, Roll 353, Page 190, Sheet 379, FN 339, Line 07, 27 Jul 1850.
  5. US Census 1860, Plainfield, Kent Co, MI, Series M653, Roll 550, Page 712, Sheet 165, FN 1261, Line 15, 19 Jul 1860.
  6. US Census 1870, Plainfield, Kent Co, MI, Series M593, Roll 682, Page 543, Sheet 34, FN 281, Line 15, 28 Jun 1870.
  7. US Census 1880, Plainfield, Kent Co, MI, Series T9, Roll 587, Page 585, ED 120, Sheet 34B, FN 318, Line 28, Jun 1880.