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Olga Slade


Victoria Olga Slade was a British actress, best known for her role in Hitchcock's The Farmer's Wife (1928).

She also appeared in a minor role in the 1941 version of the The Farmer's Wife, directed by Leslie Arliss and Norman Lee.

She died 1949 aged 58.


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  • born 1891 in Weymouth, Dorset[1]
  • daughter of Frederick George Slade (b. ~1851)[2] and Emmaline Charlotte Delap Slade (b. ?) née Bond[3], who married 08/Aug/1885
  • baptised Victoria Olga Edwine Slade on 05/Dec/1891 at St. John, Melcombe Regis
  • married 1934 to Stanley James Warmington (b. ~1885)[4] in Kensington[5]
  • died 24/Apr/1949 at St. Mary Abbots Hospital, Kensington[6]
  • probate granted 14/Nov/1949 to Algernon Wyndham Disney-Roebuck (retired Army major) — effects worth £1,510 7s. 4d.

Research Notes

  • Lived on Gloucester Road, Kensington during the early 1930s.[7]


Notes & References

  1. Birth registered Q4 1891 Weymouth.
  2. Born around 1851 in Wallingford, Berkshire. Son of General Marcus John Slade. Occupation given as "Major, Royal Artillery & Colonel in the Army" on baptism registry. Probably died 1910 aged 59.
  3. Daughter of Major William(?) Wyndham Bond.
  4. Died 11/May/1941 aged 56. Listed as a civilian casualty of World War Two.
  5. Married registered Q3 1934 Kensington.
  6. Death registered Q3 1949 Kensington.
  7. Source: Electoral Registers.