Person:Theodore Quade (1)

Theodore Roosevelt Quade
m. 3 Apr 1902
  1. Daniel Quade1903 - 1910
  2. Benjamin Franklin Quade1905 - 1979
  3. Laura Wilhelmenia Quade1908 - 1958
  4. Edith Ann Quade1909 - 1988
  5. Lenna Helen Quade1911 - 1990
  6. Theodore Roosevelt Quade1913 - 1951
  7. Anna Emma Quade1916 - 2008
  8. Wanda Louise Quade1919 - 1996
  9. Ophelia Quade1921 - 2009
  • HTheodore Roosevelt Quade1913 - 1951
  • WVeda L Ellis1915 - 2004
m. 27 Nov 1944
Facts and Events
Name[1] Theodore Roosevelt Quade
Alt Name Theodore (Ted) Roosevelt Quade
Gender Male
Birth? 8 Mar 1913 Lawrence County, Missouri
Census[5] 1920 Mt. Pleasant Township, Lawrence County, Missouri
Census[7] 1930 Sheridan Township, Jasper County, Missouri
Marriage 27 Nov 1944 to Veda L Ellis
Death[2][3][4] 29 Jul 1951 Freeman Hospital, Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri
Burial? 1 Aug 1951 Fasken Cemetery, Madison Township, Jasper County, Missouri
Other? 1 Aug 1951 Fasken Cemetery, Madison Township, Jasper County, MissouriCemetery
Other[6] Carthage, Jasper County, MissouriThe Carthage Press Obituary

TODO: Description: Marriage Certificate for Theodore and Veda Quade Category: Marriage Certificate Date: 24 Nov 2007 Status: Open Type: 0 Priority: 8 Repository:

THEODORE ROOSEVELT QUADE was born on March 8, 1913 in Lawrence County, Missouri.

Theodore attended Victory School in Dade County, Missouri.

Theadore was a farmer.

The 1920 census shows Theodore living with his parents in Mt. Pleasant Township, Lawrence County, Missouri.

The 1930 census shows Theodore living with his mother in Sheridan Township, Jasper County, Missouri.

Theodore married VEDA L ELLIS on November 27, 1944.

Theodore on July 29, 1951 at Freeman Hospital, Joplin, Jasper County, Missouri. He is buried in Fasken Cemetery, Jasper County, Missouri.

  1. Tombstone Inscriptions of Jasper County, Missouri, Volume 3
    Page 44.
  2. Carthage Press
    July 31, 1951.
  3. Social Security Death Index.
  4. Certificate of Death (40)

    Quality: 4

  5. 1920 United States Federal Census NS70563 Source Media Type:
    1920 Federal Population Census. T625, 2,076 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C. Mt Pleasant, Lawrence, Missouri, ED , roll , page , image ., 19 Mar 2008.

    Quality: 4

  6. Ted R. Quade

    Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Ulmer funeral home in Carthage, for Theodore R. (Ted) Quade, 38, who passed away at 6:22 Sunday evening at the Freeman hospital in Joplin.

    Mr. Quade who was well known in this vicinity had been a patient at the hospital since July 23. He underwent surgery Friday for a back ailment and was considered in a satisfactory condition. He sat up while eating his dinner Sunday evening but later complained of a hurting in his chest, and died shortly afterwards.

    Wanda Simmons of Jasper, a sister of Mr. Quade, visited her brother about four o'clock, and related he was in good spirits and talked of going home in eight or ten days.

    Mr. Quade made his home on Jasper route 1 until seven years ago when he moved to the George Phelps farm on Carthage route 3.

    He was born March 8, 1913, near Pierce City, and when a small boy his parents moved to Jasper.

    He was married November 27, 1943 to Mrs. Veda Spradley. Surviving are his wife; four step-children, Don, Glen, Ronald, and Melba Spradley of the home; six sisters, Mrs. Wanda Simmons of Jasper, Mrs. Anna Simmons and Mrs. Laura Jung of Liberal, Mrs. Edith Beerly, and Mrs. Lena Fitzpatrick of Golden City, and Mrs. Ophelia Baker of Carthage.

    His father Fred Quade, died August 5, 1926, and his mother on September 1, 1949, in Jasper. A brother passed away in 1910.

    The Jasper Harmony Four consisting of Max Lewis, Tom Isenmans, Dick Webb and Tom Elliott sang, "Hide Me Rock of Ages," and "Farther Along."

    The Rev. Tom Proctor of Greenfield officiated. Pallbearers were: Active, Leonard Quade, Arthur Quade, Dewayne Cowan, Junior Holiday, and Jolly Hensley, Honorary, L. G. Hartley, Bert Sunderland, Bud Sunderland, Ned Sunderland, Willard Garrison, and Fred Ingle.
  7. 1930 United States Federal Census, Roll T626 1206; Page 7A; Enumeration District 57; Image 0393.