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McDADE,

Dr. George Wilkins

George Wilkins McDade, M.D.

BIRTH 4 JAN 1835 • Mt. Meigs, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA

DEATH 30 AUG 1893 • Montgomery County., Alabama, USA

Married:  26 Jun 1862 • Montgomery County., Alabama, USA

Mary Elizabeth Micou

BIRTH 7 SEP 1840 • Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA

DEATH 25 JAN 1925 • Buffalo Junction, Mecklenburg County, Virginia, USA

 

 Dr. McDade and his family (wife Mary and two young children) left the port of New Orleans along with others on a boat chartered by the government of Brazil.  The "Marmion" left New Orleans in April of 1867 and arrived in Rio de Janeiro a month later.  A hotel referred to as the government house was used solely to house the confederates upon arrival.  The family traveled with others to Linhares, on the Rio Doce in the region of Espiritu Santo.  This was referred to as Gunter's colony, after the Alabama confederate colonel that organized and headed the agricultural colony.  After several months, Dr. McDade took his family back to Rio to practice medicine.  The third child, George Henry Pedro McDade was born in Brazil. 

In July of 1869, as evidenced by a newspaper article in Galveston, TX, the McDade's returned to the U.S. aboard the Guerriere at the port of New York. Dr. McDade and his family (wife Mary and two young children) left the port of New Orleans along with others on a boat chartered by the government of Brazil.  The "Marmion" left New Orleans in April of 1867 and arrived in Rio de Janeiro a month later.  A hotel referred to as the government house was used solely to house the confederates upon arrival.  The family traveled with others to Linhares, on the Rio Doce in the region of Espiritu Santo.  This was referred to as Gunter's colony, after the Alabama confederate colonel that organized and headed the agricultural colony.  After several months, Dr. McDade took his family back to Rio to practice medicine.  The third child, George Henry Pedro McDade was born in Brazil.  In July of 1869, as evidenced by a newspaper article in Galveston, TX, the McDade's returned to the U.S. aboard the Guerriere at the port of New York.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Children By George and Mary:
1.

Martha Augusta "Mattie" McDade

BIRTH 24 MAY 1863 • Montgomery, Montgomery

County, Alabama, USA

DEATH 4 OCT 1951 • Buffalo Junction, Mecklenburg,

Virginia, USA

Married:  17 Nov 1887 • Montgomery County,

Alabama, USA

George Washington Royster

BIRTH 23 NOV 1863 • Christian County,

Kentucky, USA

DEATH 07 DEC 1898 • Christian County,

Kentucky, USA

2.

William Henry McDade

BIRTH 5 JULY 1865 • Montgomery County, Alabama, USA

DEATH 16 NOV 1938 • Montgomery, Montgomery County,

Alabama, USA

Married:

Rose______

BIRTH ABT 1883 • Missouri

DEATH Unknown

3.

George Wilkins "Pedro" McDade

BIRTH 9 DEC 1867 • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

DEATH 4 MAY 1934 • Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA

Married:

Agnes Goodwin

BIRTH ABT 1867 • Indiana

DEATH 31 JUL 1936 • Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA

4.

Benjamin Micou McDade

BIRTH 31 DEC 1870 • Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama, USA

DEATH 16 FEB 1948 • Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, USA

Married:

Constance Eugenia "Collie" Fleming

BIRTH 3 JUN 1879 • Montgomery County, Alabama, USA

DEATH 30 MAY 1951 • Grosse Pointe Farms, Wayne County, Michigan, USA

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McDade Homeplace  - Mt. Meigs, Alabama 
Date and persons unknown
Mary Elizabeth Micou (Mes. George W. McDade)
The Galveston Daily News, Tue., Jul. 27 1869, Page 2
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