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Descendants of William King (613), Roseberry Side

 

 

 

Generation One

 

1.  William KING (613);[1] born circa 1781.[2]

     Children of William King (613) and an unknown spouse were:

+         2.        i.    Russell (603), born 1807 in Montgomery County, VA; married Phoebe ? (604).

 

Generation Two

 

 

2.  Russell KING (603); born 1807 in Montgomery County, VA;[3] married Phoebe ? (604) before 1837.

     He was a laborer in 1850and lived in Pulaski Co., VA.[4]

     Phoebe ? (604) was also known as Phebia. She was born in 1816 in VA.[5]

     Children of Russell King (603) and Phoebe ? (604) were as follows:

           3.        i.    Wilson (605); born 1837 in Pulaski Co., VA.[6]

     He was also known as William "Wilson" KING.

           4.        ii.    Elizabeth (606); born 1838.[7]

           5.      iii.    Sarah Katherine (607); born July 13, 1839 in Newbern, Pulaski Co., VA;[8],[9] married William Jarman (612) May 8, 1856 in Dobson, Surry Co., NC;[10] died July 12, 1918 in Athens, Fayette Co., KY, at age 78, and was buried in in the Athens Baptist Church Cemetery.[11]

           6.       iv.    Russell Jr. (608);[12] born 1840 in Pulaski Co., VA;[13] died March 25, 1865 Richmond, VA;[14] due to chronic diarrhea after release from Elmira, NY (POW camp) on Mar. 21, 1865 and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond, VA.[15]

     Russell King, Jr. was a laborer who lived in 1860 in Pulaski Co., VA.[16] He began military service on April 14, 1862.  A Civil War Veteran, he enlisted in the 50th VA INF as a Private in Co. I.  He was Present on muster rolls for May 5, 1864 until May 19, 1864  making him one of only six men left in Co. I following the Wilderness-Spotsylvania C. H. battles.  Russell was captured at Snicker's Gap on July 18, 1864 and sent as a prisoner of war to Washington D. C. where he stayed from Aug. 8, 1864 until Aug. 12, 1864.  Then he was a prisoner of war at Elmira, NY from Aug. 12, 1864 until Dec. 16, 1864 when he stated his desire to take the Oath of Allegiance, saying he "volunteered...1862 to avoid being conscripted.  Desires to go to Charleston, W. Va. where his relatives reside."  Russell was paroled from Elmira for exchange on Mar. 14, 1865 and received for exchange on Boulware's Wharf on the James River on Mar. 21, 1865.  He was then hospitalized in Richmond until Mar. 25, 1865 when he died of chronic diarrhea.  Russell King was buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond, VA.

           7.       v.    Chapman (609);[17] born 1843 in VA;[18] died of chronic diarrhea in Elmira, a prisoner of war camp, on April 18, 1865 in Elmira, NY[19] and was buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, grave #1347, Elmira, NY.[20]

     Chapman King lived in 1860 in Pulaski Co., VA.[21] He began military service on April 2, 1862.  A Civil War Veteran, he enlisted in the 50th VA (Later in 8th VA CAV & 5th VA INF) as a Private in Co. I.  Chapman was captured at Lewisburg on May 23, 1862 and was in Wheeling, WV by May 30, 1862.  By June 30, 1862, he was sent to Camp Chase, OH. where he remained until Aug. 25, 1862.  He was received for exchange aboard John H. Done near Vicksburg, MS on Sep. 11, 1862 and was declared exchanged on Nov. 10, 1862.

     Chapman was captured in the Wilderness on May 6, 1864 and was a prisoner of war at Point Lookout from May 17, 1864 until Aug. 10, 1864 when he was sent to Elmira, NY on Aug. 14, 1864.  On Dec. 16, 1864, he stated his desire to take the Oath of Allegiance saying he "volunteered April 2, 1862.  Desires to go to Charleston, WV where he has relatives residing."  He died of chronic diarrhea on Apr. 18, 1865 and was buried in grave #1347 in Woodlawn Cemetery.  His effects were $60 CSA currency.      

     A resident of Pulaski Co. VA., Chapman King was described in 1864 as 5'11 with hazel eyes and dark hair but no whiskers. Age 20 or 21.[22]

+         8.       vi.    Thomas Baker (589), born February 4, 1844 in Pulaski Co., VA; married Mary Jane Rankin (590).

           9.     vii.    Austin (610);[23] born 1847 in Pulaski Co., VA.[24]

         10.     viii.    Amanda (611);[25] born 1848 in Pulaski Co., VA.[26]

 

 

 

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[1]The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints, LDS Ancestral File-ver. 4.13 , Family Group Record of William King (AFN:BH11-CH). Hereinafter cited as LDS File.

[2]Ibid.

[3]1850 VA, Pulaski County Census , #326/337  King, Russell Listing. Hereinafter cited as 1850 VA, Pulaski Co. Census.

[4]Ibid.

[5]Ibid.

[6]Ibid.

[7]Ibid.

[8]Ibid.

[9]The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints, LDS File, Family Group Record of Russell King (AFN:1V1Z-S2).

[10]Ibid.

[11]Ibid., Russell King Family Group Record.

[12]1850 VA, Pulaski Co. Census, #326/337  King, Russell Listing.

[13]Ibid.

[14]John Chapla, 50th Virginia Infantry (Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard), p. 165. Hereinafter cited as 50th VA INF.

[15]Ibid.

[16]Ibid.

[17]1850 VA, Pulaski Co. Census, #326/337  King, Russell Listing.

[18]Ibid.

[19]John Chapla, 50th VA INF, p. 165.

[20]Ibid.

[21]Ibid.

[22]Ibid.

[23]1850 VA, Pulaski Co. Census, #326/337  King, Russell Listing.

[24]1850 VA, Montgomery Co. Census , #326/337  King, Russell Listing. Hereinafter cited as 1850 VA, Montgomery Co. Census.

[25]1850 VA, Pulaski Co. Census, #326/337  King, Russell Listing.

[26]Ibid.