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c1868 Born the son of George Wade, a Potter Thrower, and his wife Harriet
1891 Living at 50 Morlands Road, Buslem: George Wade (age 65 born Burslem), a Potter's Manager. With his wife Harriet Wade (age 63 born Whiteheath, Salop) and their children William Wade (age 34 born Tunstall), an Earthenware Manufacturer and Employer; Albert J. Wade (age 25 born Tunstall, a Commercial Traveller; also two daughters and one grand-daughter. One visitor.
1901 Living at Watlands, Porthill, Wolstanton: Harriet Wade (age 72 born Whitechurch), Widow. With her five children; William Wade (age 43 born Tunstall), Manufacturer of Earthenware and Tiles and Employer; Eleanor Reade James (age 45 born Tunstall), Married. Also Harriet Annie James (age 22 born Norton in Moors), grand-daughter and Elementary School teacher; George Wade (age 37 born Tunstall), Manufacturer of Pottery used in Textile Industry and Employer. Also Marie Hart Wade (age 38 born Castle Donnington), (daughter-in-law); George Albert Wade (age 9 born Burslem), grandson; Albert Joseph Wade (age 35 born Tunstall), Manufacturer of Earthenware and Tiles and Employer; Mary Ann Wade (age 33 born Tunstall).Two servants.
1911 Living at Heatherlea, Park Avenue, Wolstanton, Staffordshire: Albert Joseph Wade (age 43 born Tunstall), Earthenware Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Annie Florence Wade (age 36 born Eccles). Two servants.