Slade/Beale Family Tree Fragments
Version of 20 June 06
This is based on a family tree
sketched for my great-grandmother's 90th birthday, so there may be some
errors, but I have picked up further info from the web so it's getting
a bit better.
Marcus Warre Slade KC He
successful lawyer in Hong Kong
- General Sir John Slade (1st
Baronet 31-Dec-1762- ??) A general in the Crimean War.
Probably not quite
as bad as made out in Alan Mallinson, but not v good either! Severely
criticised by Paget & Wellington.
Became Paymaster General. Son of John Slade (d. 1801) of Maunsel
Grange, Somerset, a commissioner of the victualling board, and his
wife, Charlotte, youngest daughter of Henri Portal of Freefolk,
He married twice:
- = (20 Sept 1792), Anna
Eliza Dawson (d. 24 Dec 1819)
- Twin Brother -Sir Frederick William Slade 2nd Bart (1801-1863)
QC Lt Col R.S.Y. =(1830) Barbara Maria Browne-Mostyn (whose descent
can be traced back to Henry III (and hence to Alfred the Great) and
Edward II and from Lady Charlotte Fitzroy, illegitimate daughter of
Charles II, and from Llewellyn, last non-English Prince of Wales.)
- Sir Alfred Frederick Adolphus Slade 3rd Bart (1834-??)
Receiver General Inland Revenue. Served in the Crimean War.
Adolphus Slade (1804-1887) Admiral who was seconded to the
Turks, became known as Mnsaver Pasha and was head of the Turkish Navy
in the Crimean War.
- other issue
- =(17 June 1822) Matilda
Ellen (d. 12 Sept 1868), second daughter of James Dawson of Fork Hill,
- Wyndham Slade = Cicely
- Cecil Mitford Slade (Monty Court)
- Aunt Gertrude
- General H??
- William Slade
- Rev George Fitzclarence Slade
He was the
11th son of Sir John! (a 69 @ 1901 census so b. 1831/2 in Somerset
Mansell - address in 1901
The Rectory, Buckland Entire, Reigate) = Eleanor Francis Warre
(a67@1901 Census so b. 1833/4 in Croydon, Surrey) whp was the sister of
Dr Warre the famous Headmaster and then Provost of Eton.
Sir Edmond John
Warre Slade (20 Mar 1859-20 Jan 1928) who was successively
commander of the Royal Naval War College (May 04-Nov 07), Director of
Naval Intelligence (-Mar 09) CIC East Indes (-12) and then sent by
Churchill to investigate purchasing a 51% stake in the Anglo-Persian
Oil Company (now BP). He became a Government-appointed director of
BP. He retired in Aug 1917 but remained a director of
Anglo-Persian until his death. In 1887 he married Florence Madeleine, eldest daughter
of Mr James Carr Saunders of Milton Heath, Dorking (but born in
Reigate, Surrey in 1870), and had two
- Marcus Warre = Josephine
Young (my great-grandparents)
- Henry (? this is what the tree says - according to the 1901
Census there were staying at Rev George's
- Lillian MR Slade (a 16@1901 so b 1884/5 in Lytchett
- Henry R (a 14@1901 so b. 1886/7 in Keyhaven, Hants)- but
he's the grandson of Rev George in the Census!
- Gerald H (a 11@1901 so b. 1890/91 in Lambourne, Berks)=
- and according to the
party family tree there was a son called Maurice Gordon
(1902-1971) =(1934) Margaret Kennedy (d 1980)
- Primrose (1934-) (who
Old Gran's 90th and is probably still alive) = (1957) John
Patrick Roger Heather Hayes, Lt-Col RE, of Tivole Farms, Tivole NY
12583, USA, and has issue living,
- Margaret Philippa R (a 24@01 do
b. 1876/7 in Sewknor, Oxon) =
Mr Posthuma (Dutchman) She was EM Delafield's
best friend, see the Provincial Lady. She wanted to be a
Doctor, but her family wouldn't let her. However she studied in
Bristol, qualified in 1925, became a GP in She set up as a
Physician in New Cavendish Street
and then moved to 128 Harley Street and was a pioneer child
psychiatrist. I think she died in 1962.
=Josphine Isabella Young "Old
Gran" became one of the first Bahais in England, lived to be 96 or so.
(a.26 in 1901 Census, staying with prospective Father in Law then - so
born 1874/5 in Speen Hill, Berks)
- Muriel Rebecca OBE ("Betsy")
= Evelyn Stuart Lansdowne Beale
- Evelyn Martin Lansdowne Beale FRS = Violette Elizabeth Anne
____ (name surpressed cos of
ludicrous non-security codes!)
- Nicholas Clive Lansdowne Beale = Christine Anne McPoland
- Rupert Christopher Lansdowne Beale = Rachael Spicer
- Matthew Patrick Lansdowne
- Rebecca Merryn Elizabeth Beale
- Rose Theodora Elizabeth Beale
- Eleanor Isabella ("Susan")
pioneer aviatrix of the 20s and 30s who became secretary of the Hendon
Aerodrome, and was killed in the war in the ATA.
- Marcus George Saville ("Tim")
=(1944-1953) Rita Anne Motton
Old Gran's Family
Someone called Brewis had at least 2 children:
- Samuel = Fanny Williams Wyn
- Col Geoffrey Brewis = Gwen (nice
man, speech is written in the
- Dolly = Henry Robertson
- Rebecca = Revd Saville Young they
had several children including
- a daughter who married a
- P.T. = Bruce
- daughter Becky (married a Kennedy I think)
- Josephine Isabella (Old Gran) = Marcus Slade
The present 7th Baronet
Sir (JULIAN) BENJAMIN ALFRED SLADE, 7th
baronet; b 22nd May 1946; his father, Capt Sir Michael Nial
1962; Ed Millfield; Dir of Shirlstar, etc; member Worshipful Company of
Ironmongers and Freeman of the City of London (1979): m 1977 (m diss
1991), Pauline Carol, el da of Maj Claude Myburgh, of Inholmes Court,
Hartley Wintney, Hants
I'm not quite sure how he fits into the tree.
Nor am I sure how this fragment relates, but it's another Slade/Beale
marriage so they may well be related.
According to www.greywall.demon.co.uk/genealogy/WynnHall/archy.html
Charles Gabriel Beale (10 May 1843 - 1 Sep 1912)
married Alice Kenrick (26 May 1845 - Mar 1940) Died: Birmingham. Solicitor
Lord Mayor of Birmingham 1897-98-99, 1905,
Vice-Chancellor Birmingham University
Nor am I sure how notable Beales are related.
- Hubert Kenrick Beale (1869 - 1954)
Born: Edgbaston, Warwickshire. Solicitor
married Nov 1903, Mabel
Kenrick (1 Jul 1868 - )
Church of the Messiah, Birmingham
Born: Edgbaston, Warwickshire
Weatherley Beale (Aug 1904 - )
married  Elsie ? -
married  Eileen Ziegler -
- Claire Marian Beale (Jul 1907 - )
married P Ganner -
- Edith Mary Beale (1871 - )
Born: Edgbaston, Warwickshire
married 1898, George Slade QC (1866 - )
Born: New South Wales, Australia.
Penkivil Slade (1899 - ??)
Born: Kensington, Middlesex., Barrister KC
married May Carnegie -
- Sir Christopher Slade (1927-??) A Lord Justice of
Appeal and Master Ironmonger
- Pauline Slade -
- Julian Slade - (May 28 1930-June 17 2006) composer of
- Adrian Slade -
- Roger Phipson Slade (1901 - )
Born: Kensington, Middlesex.
- Gabrielle de Mestre Slade (1903 - )
Born: Kensington, Middlesex.
- a Mr Beale who I think was an MP in 1576 and 1591 (see eg here)
- in 1598 a John Beale married to Margery sold Pendock Manor, and
in 1827 this was bought by Samuel Beale (who he presented to the Church
- a Dr Jerome Beale who was Master of St John's College
Cambridge in 1640 (eg here)
In 1642 the fellows of his college petitioned
to have him released from the Tower of London. He was one of the
Chaplains Charles I requested
- A Colonel William Beale was appointed
one of the Chief Governors and Presidents of Ulster in 1645.
- There seems to have been a Stephen Beale MP in 1642 (eg here)
- A William Beale was Dean of Ely from 1646-1651.
- a Nicholas Beale, Haberdasher of London, accused by the House of
Commons in 1640 (eg here)
- a Christopher Beale who petitioned the House of Lords in 1705 (eg
with Sir John Elwell.
- In 1638 there were a Garret Beale (St James within Aldgate) James
Beale (All Saints Stayning), Stephen Beale (St Magnus by London Bridge)
and a Widow Beale living in London
- Beale's, confectioners and bakers was founded in 1769 by a master
baker John Beale, who opened a
shop in Oxford Street. Edward Beale, his nephew, started his own
business in 1829 at no. 45 Popham Street, Islington, and taught his own
nephew William Beale, who in 1861 started his own small business at
Highgate Hill, moving to Holloway Road in 1866. In 1889 an imposing
four-storeyed building in Holloway Road was built on the sites of nos.
370, 372, 374 Holloway Road and nos. 2, 2a, 4, 6, 8, 10 Tollington
Road, designed by F. Wallen in Gothic Revival style in red brick with
stone and mosaic decoration. By the end of the century the firm was
delivering to 2,000 families a day, with 15 horses and vans for
deliveries and 15 horses and 10 vans for the catering department. There
were banqueting rooms at the Athenaeum, Camden Road, and Assembly
Rooms, Holloway Road. By 1969, however, their building, a Holloway
landmark, was out of date. The offices moved to Southgate and the
building was replaced by a branch of Sainsbury's supermarkets.
was a Miles Beale of Newent (d 1748) whose son John Beale was
succeeded in 1775 by his uncle Thomas Beale (d. 1784), whose son the
Revd. Thomas Beale (d. 1805) devised Blythes Court to his nephew Thomas
- The property of Ankerwyke priory was bought by Jerome Beale in
1587, in whose family it continued until 1633, when
it was sold by Henry Beale
- Stephen Beale purchased an estate in 1650 his son Joshua Beale
succeeding in 1667.
- Hyde Court, in Michinhampton was from the late 18th to the early
20th century was the home of the Beale family. The house, a long
multi-gabled range, was built in the early 18th century, and in the
late 19th, when it was the home of the family of the educationalist
Dorothea Beale, substantial additions were made on the north-east to
house a private school.
- Bernard Charles Beale was born in London, England, probably on 10
September 1830, the son of Thomas Beale, a surgeon, and his wife,
Sophia Lewis. He became a mayor
in New Zealand.
- Mr John Beale Surgeon. died 1770 æt 62 is buried
in Wye Churchyard in Kent. His constant affectionate Behaviour
during the space of 34 years to his wife (Ann): his peculiar tenderness
and Humanity to his patients his frankness and generosity, to his
friends, make him an example worthy of imitation by us who survive.
- Anthony Beale Surgeon Major Bengal Army 1817-1880 is buried in Cheltenham.
- Thomas Beale wrote the first decent book describing the habits of
the Whale The Natural History of the
Sperm Whale (1839) - a source for Moby Dick.
- Lionel Smith Beale FRS (1828-1906) was a founder
of Clinical Pathology. He was the son of a London Surgeon, was
educated at King's College school. When he was 13 he was apprenticed to
a surgeon in Islington, at 18 he Matriculated at London University with
honours in chemistry and zoology. He studied under Acland at Oxford and
at the age of 23 he qualified and became resident at Kings College
Hospital. In 1852 he established a private lab near the hospital
and gave a course of lectures on The
Microscope in Medicine. He was elected FRS in 1857 (aged 29!)
and an FRCP at 31. He was made prof of Physiology (appointed in
preference to TH Huxley) at Kings in 1853 and then of Pathology in 1869
and of Medicine from 1987-96. He was a correpsondent of Charles
Darwin's and lived at 61 Grosvenor Square from 1860-1904.
- Mary Beale (1632-1699) English painter.
(1831-1906) was the daughter of Miles Beale (a surgeon) and Dorothea
Complin. There was a Miles Beale who died in 1814 living
in Minchinampton. who had a nephew called Thomas Beale