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DESCENDANTS OF CAPTAIN JOSEPH KING



FOURTH GENERATION

86. Rhoda NASH was born on 23 Sep 1772 in Stockbridge, Mass.

She died on 11 Apr 1841 in Potsdam, New York.

She was married to Andrew BOSTWICK (son of Joseph BOSTWICK and Mary ROBERTS) in 1795 in Vergennes, Vermont.

Andrew BOSTWICK was born on 14 Feb 1771 in New Milford Litchford, CT.

He died on 11 Oct 1844 in Lisbon, St. Lawrence, New York.

Rhoda NASH and Andrew BOSTWICK had the following children:

281 i. Orlrans BOSTWICK was born on 13 Oct 1796 in Fairfield, Vermont.

He died on 14 Dec 1847 in Montreal, Canada.

282 ii. Caroline BOSTWICK was born on 30 Sep 1799 in Fairfield, Vermont.

She died on 21 Jan 1825.

283 iii. Laura BOSTWICK was born on 8 Aug 1801 in Fairfield, Vermont.

284 iv. Davis BOSTWICK was born in 1803 in Fairfield, Vermont.

He died Young.

285 v. Emily BOSTWICK was born on 21 Aug 1806 in Fairfield, Vermont.

286 vi. Ithiel BOSTWICK was born on 7 Jan 1809 in Fairfield, Vermont. She died on 21 Jan 1825 in Montreal, Canada.

287 vii. Anna BOSTWICK was born on 30 Oct 1811 in Fairfield, Vermont.

288 viii. Julia BOSTWICK was born in 1815 in Fairfield, Vermont.

289 ix. Nobel Judson BOSTWICK was born on 24 Mar 1819 in Fairfield, Vermont.

89. Solomon STONE was born about 1775.

He was living in 1812 in Madrid, St Lawrence County, New York

He was married to NANCY--------

MRS Nancy STONE was born about 1778.

She was living in 1812 in Madrid, St Lawrence County, New York

91. Joseph KING was born on 27 Sep 1795 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He died on 21 Mar 1880 in Phelps, NY.

At the age of 7 years Joseph King came with his parents from Suffield CT. to Manchester, N.Y. Subsequently he located in Arcadia, New York where with his wife he resided for seventeen years and there all their children except the youngest were born. In 1837 Mr. and Mrs. King removed to Phelps, New York. Their married life covered a period of sixty years and by a long life of industry and economy they acquired quite a competency and filled up their measure of usefulness in the community in which they lived. Their old homestead and farm still remain in the possession of their descendants. [1907]

He was married to Sarepta HARRINGTON on 27 Feb 1820.

Sarepta HARRINGTON was born on 10 Nov 1795.

She died on 9 Jul 1890 in Phelps, NY.

Joseph KING and Sarepta HARRINGTON had the following children:

+290 i. Silus Sylvester KING

+291 ii. Albert Clark KING

+292 iii. George Loomis KING

+293 iv. Persis Maria KING

294 v. Truman Henry KING was born on 27 Jun 1838 in Phelps, NY. He died on 12 Apr 1841 in Phelps, NY.

92. Harvey KING was born on 10 Apr 1797 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He died on 5 Mar 1872 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.

Harvey king was one of the most respected citizens of Manchester, New York.

He resided about one and one half miles from Manchester Center, and on the day of his death had walked there for the purpose of casting his vote. After voting he was riding home with a friend when he suddenly fainted and died soon after reaching home without regaining consciousness. His children were born in Manchester.

He was married to Amanda Melvina NELSON on 10 Sep 1833 in 1st wife.

Amanda Melvina NELSON was born on 19 Nov 1815 in Manchester, Ontario, New York.

She died on 21 Aug 1858 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.

Harvey KING and Amanda Melvina NELSON had the following children:

+295 i. Alonzo Brainard KING

+296 ii. Marvin Selden KING

+297 iii. Nancy Fidelia KING

+298 iv. Irena Melvina KING

+299 v. Mary Amanda KING

+300 vi. Emma Annette KING

+301 vii. Adelbert Harvey KING

He was married to Elmira M. BEMENT on 6 Oct 1859 in 2nd Wife.

Elmira M. BEMENT was born on 31 Oct 1815. She Lived in Manchester, N.Y.

93. Lucy KING was born on 23 Mar 1799 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

She died on 12 Mar 1878.

She was married to John WRIGHT NO Issue.

John WRIGHT was born about 1798. He died on 6 Mar 1839.

94. Kendall KING was born on 25 Jul 1801 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He died on 18 May 1861 in Phelps, NY.

He was married to Ann Eliza SPENCER on 16 Nov 1825 in 1st wife.

Ann Eliza SPENCER was born on 8 Mar 1808 in Farmington, NY.

She died on 13 Jun 1831 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.

Kendall KING and Ann Eliza SPENCER had the following children:

+302 i. Myron Spencer KING

303 ii. Selden Marvin KING was born on 19 Nov 1828 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. He died on 8 Jun 1834 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.

+304 iii. Henry Underhill KING

He was married to Ann Maria STILLWELL on 24 Nov 1831 in 2nd Wife.

Ann Maria STILLWELL was born on 6 Apr 1810. She died on 6 Jul 1881 in Phelps, N.Y.

Kendall KING and Ann Maria STILLWELL had the following children:

+305 i. Irving Dudley KING

+306 ii. William Murray KING

+307 iii. Lucy Maria KING

308 iv. Harriet Eliza KING was born on 4 Nov 1846 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. She died on 11 Jun 1870 Unmarried.

96. Lyman KING was born on 19 Aug 1805 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.

He died on 10 Jul 1879 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.

He was married to Harriet COOPER on 6 Sep 1832 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.

Harriet COOPER was born on 30 Mar 1809.

She died on 11 Oct 1869 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.

Lyman KING and Harriet COOPER had the following children:

+309 i. Lorenzo Francis KING

+310 ii. Fernando Lyman KING

+311 iii. Douglas Selden KING

98. William Henry KING was born in 1811 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He died on 31 Oct 1874 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He was married to Mary HATHAWAY (daughter of Ebenezer HATHAWAY and Sarah KING) on 21 Feb 1854 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

Mary HATHAWAY was born about 1818 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

William Henry KING and Mary HATHAWAY had the following children:

312 i. Mary E. KING was born on 12 Oct 1858 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

99. Edward Francis KING was born in 1815 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He died on 30 Jan 1877 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He was married to Mary E. BEMENT on 15 Apr 1852 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

Mary E. BEMENT was born about 1830.

She died on 21 Jan 1877 in Suffield, Hartford, CT at age 47.

Edward Francis KING and Mary E. BEMENT had the following children:

313 i. Francis KING was born on 24 Dec 1862 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. He died in Infancy.

102. John Newton KING was born on 5 Oct 1812 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. He died on 9 Nov 1870 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He was married to Margaret KING (daughter of Seth KING and Mary [Polly} SIKES) on 26 Nov 1835 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

Margaret KING was born on 26 Sep 1809 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

She died on 30 Dec 1886 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

John Newton KING and Margaret KING had the following children:

+314 i. Nelson Newton KING

+315 ii. REV George Olcott KING

316 iii. Margaret Maria KING was born on 25 May 1846 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

She died on 27 Sep 1881 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. Unmarried.

+317 iv. Mary Cornelia KING

103. Joseph Warren KING was christened in 1814 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He was born on 30 Aug 1814 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He died on 8 Jul 1885 in Xenia, Ohio.

He was buried on 9 Jul 1885 in Suffield Hartford CT.

With the exception of their first child, Helen Maria, born at Wesrfield, Medina, Ohio, their children were all born at Lima, Allen, Ohio

He was married to BETSEY KENDALL (daughter of Capt. Simon B. KENDALL and Elizabeth KENT) on 23 Aug 1838 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

BETSEY KENDALL was born on 3 Oct 1812 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

She died on 3 Mar 1896 in Xenia, Ohio.

Joseph Warren KING and BETSEY KENDALL had the following children:

+318 i. Helen Maria KING

+319 ii. Mary Elizabeth KING

+320 iii. Elouisa Fitch KING

 

321 iv. Isadora KING was born on 22 Jan 1847 in Lima, Allen, Ohio. She Lived in the old homestead called The Kingdom, Xenia, Ohio.

322 v. Emma Cornelia KING was born on 14 Dec 1848 in Lima, Allen, Ohio. She Lived in the old homestead called The Kingdom, Xenia, Ohio.

The Misses King [Isadora and Emma Cornelia] resided in the old homestead known as " The Kingdom" which had sheltered four generations of their family. Miss Emma Cornelia King has traveled extensively throughout the U. S., Europe and elsewhere. While in England she obtained much valuable information concerning the English ancestry of the King Family and it's coat of arms. Visiting France she devoted considerable time to the investigation of the French Huguenot ancestry of the Devotion family and its armorial bearings. Miss Emma King kindly furnished to the compiler of this genealogy the very valuable results of her resources.

104. Maria Persis KING was born on 13 Oct 1816 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. She died on 20 Mar 1901 in Dayton, Ohio.

The descendants of the King family generally, including the compiler of this Genealogy [Cameron Height King], owe a debt of gratitude to Mrs. Maria Persis King. Which can scarcely be overestimated for her careful preservation of more than one hundred and fifty ancient documents, including wills, deeds, etc. executed by James King of Suffield, our immigrant ancestor, and his children, many of which are sealed with the King coat of Arms and are now in the custody of her granddaughter, [1907 Miss Margaret E. King of Dayton, Ohio. Mrs Maria Persis King survived her husband, Mr. Lyman King, nearly 16 years and died at the residence of her son, Mr. Robert Newton King, in Dayton, Ohio.

She was married to Lyman KING (son of Samuel KING and Olive KENDALL) on 27 Mar 1839 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

Lyman KING was born on 30 May 1812 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He died on 5 Oct 1886 in Springfield, Mass.

In early life Lyman King moved to New Brunswick, NJ. where he taught school. While there he became interested in the mulberry speculation in which he made some money. It was at this time he married and a year or so later, 1840-41 he moved to Springfield, Mass., and for a few years was engaged in trade. He became interested in the water supply system for Springfield and also engaged in the wholesale produce commission business; also in the manufacture of gold chains, metallic cartridges and paper. Being very successful he accumulated a considerable fortune. Toward the close of the civil war he entered largely into manufacture of woolen goods, building a mill and equipping it with the best machinery. In the depression following the war he made large losses resulting finally in the loss of his entire fortune. The last years of his life he devoted largely to the care of his garden, being very fond of the cultivation of fancy fruits and flowers. He was a member of the first Baptist church, was upright and honorable in his dealings and had a large circle of friends. His wife survived him died at the home of their son Robert Newton King in Dayton, Ohio

Maria Persis KING and Lyman KING had the following children:

323 i. John KING was born in Jan 1844 in Springfield, Mass.

He died on 13 Feb 1844 in Springfield, Mass.

+324 ii. Robert Newton KING

325 iii. Harriet Cornelia KING was born on 3 Sep 1848 in Springfield, Mass. She died on 15 Jan 1881 Unmarried.

105. Harriet R. KING was born on 10 Oct 1818 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. She died on 28 Feb 1855.

She was married to Edmund CASE (son of Elisha CASE and Delight GRISWOLD) on 5 May 1841.

Edmund CASE was born on 14 Jan 1806. He died on 30 Sep 1846.

Harriet R. KING and Edmund CASE had the following children:

+326 i. Georgiana Maria CASE

+327 ii. Edmund Elisha CASE

106. Hannah Juliette [called Julia H.] KING was born on 25 Jan 1821 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

She died on 26 Feb 1885 in Hartford, Hartford, CT.

She was married to George King BILLINGS 1st husb. Of Hannah King (son of Elijah BILLINGS and Orry KING) on 31 Jan 1853 in 2nd wife 1st husb.

George King BILLINGS 1st husb of Hannah King was born on 6 Jun 1825 in Somers, CT. He died on 9 May 1856.

He was a farmer at Somers CT. and his children were born there.

Hannah Juliette [called Julia H.] KING and George King BILLINGS 1st husb of Hannah King had the following children:

+328 i. Harriet Orry BILLINGS

She was married to Samuel BREWER on 9 Mar 1861 in 2nd husb.

Samuel BREWER was born about 1821 in from East Hartford, CT.

Hannah Juliette [called Julia H.] KING and Samuel BREWER had the following children:

+329 i. Juliette King BREWER

109. Cornelia E. KING was born on 8 Dec 1828 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. She died on 20 Nov 1893.

She was married to William S. PARK on 14 Aug 1850.

William S. PARK was born on 2 Jan 1820 in From Worthington, Ohio. He died on 18 Mar 1882

Cornelia E. KING and William S. PARK had the following children:

+330 i. Harriet E. PARK

+331 ii. William Dwight PARK

332 iii. Frances C. PARK was born on 4 Dec 1859. She Lived in Columbus, Ohio

+333 iv. Howard Courtland PARK

+334 v. Mary K. PARK

335 vi. Warren H. PARK was born on 31 Aug 1868.

He died on 1 Nov 1877

112. Louis KING was born on 26 Nov 1798 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.

He died on 22 Oct 1842 in New York City, NY.

In 1818 Mr. Louis King went to New York City as a clerk in the employment of William Van Antwerp, a wholesale importer of hardware. Later he became a partner in the business under the firm name of William Van Antwerp & Co. at 73 Pearl St., and so continued until his death. His firm was prominent and prosperous. Immediately after his decease and again in several instances some years after his name was mentioned in complimentary terms in the New York newspapers as a fine example of the merchants of that city. His children were born in New York City

He was married to Mary Anthe TOTTEN on 3 Apr 1829.

Mary Anthe TOTTEN was born in 1798.

She died in Feb 1864 in New York City, NY.

Louis KING and Mary Anthe TOTTEN had the following children:

336 i. William Henry KING was born on 21 Aug 1831 in New York City, NY. He died on 16 Sep 1866 Unmarried.

337 ii. Louis Philliipe KING was born on 31 Mar 1834 in New York City N.Y. He died in Nov 1864 Unmarried.

338 iii. David M.R. KING was born on 8 Feb 1836 in New York City, N.Y. He died on 6 Aug 1900 Unmarried.

339 iv. Joseph Totten KING Civil War was born on 25 Dec 1838 in New York City, NY.

He died in May 1875 in New York City, NY. NO ISSUE.

Joseph T. King served with the Union Army on the Potomac during the war of the rebellion and contracted therein, shortly after the second battle of Bull Run in which he was engaged, the disease from the effects of which he eventually died. From one of his letters to his sister, Miss Mary E King dated Sept. 30, 1862, the following is extracted" your letter which I received at Harpers ferry has been unanswered a long time but the circumstances were such that it was impossible to write. The Rebels had surrounded us and the communication was cut off. All of our telegraph and mail fell into their hands.

You probably are aware, that the Reg. to which I belong, was captured, together with the rest of the garrison, numbering between 800 and 1,000 men by the Rebels under General Stonewall Jackson on the 15th of September. We were in their hands only two days. During that time we were treated as gentlemen, and had everything we could wish for under the circumstances."

340 v. Mary E. KING was born on 11 Mar 1841 in New York City, NY. She died on 28 May 1906 in Troy, NY. Unmarried.

113. Myron KING was born on 18 Dec 1800 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.

He was baptized on 6 Nov 1803 in First Pres. Church.

He died on 1 Feb 1878 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.

He early developed a taste for drawing and became an accomplished copper plate engraver. He did much fine work on orders from publishers in illustrating books, etc. In 1824, when La Fayette visited America and had a public reception at Troy, Mr. Myron King engraved the badges, which were worn by the committee and greatly admired and some of which are still preserved.

He was married to Mary ROGERS on 31 May 1836 in Troy, NY.

Mary ROGERS was born in 1800 in Of Troy, Rensselaer, New York.

She died on 7 Jul 1895 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.

Myron KING and Mary ROGERS had the following children:

341 i. Levi Rogers KING was born in Aug 1838 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY. He died in Aug 1838 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.

342 ii. George Myron KING was born on 8 Mar 1841 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY. He died on 9 Jan 1892 NO Issue.

343 iii. Levi Rogers [Again] KING was born in Aug 1842 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY. He died in Dec 1842 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.

115. Henry Augustine KING was born on 8 Apr 1808 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY. He died on 25 May 1892 in Albion, NY.

The most important part of his life work was begun as a clerk in the Orleans County Bank in Albion, New York. The largest stockholder in which was a citizen of Troy, NY and selected him for the place. He was for a time the Teller; then for many years Cashier of the bank, and later became it's president. His integrity and his personal characteristics commanded for him the respect and esteem of all his fellow citizens.

He was married to Jane Eliza FIELD on 26 Apr 1836 in First Wife.

Jane Eliza FIELD was born in 1812. She died on 11 Mar 1848.

Henry Augustine KING and Jane Eliza FIELD had the following children:

+344 i. Augusta Granger KING

+345 ii. Major Charles Albert KING Civil War

He was married to Huldah J. FIELD on 13 Nov 1851 in 2nd Wife [SISTER of first wife]. Huldah J. FIELD was born in 1815.

Henry Augustine KING and Huldah J. FIELD had the following children:

346 i. Anna Cornelia KING was born on 20 Feb 1856 in Albion, N.Y. She Lived in Albion, N.Y.

119. Harriet Cynthia KING was born on 18 Dec 1818 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY. She died on 9 Jan 1892 in Canandaigua, New York.

She was married to Morgan Lewis FINCH M.D. on 29 Apr 1844. Morgan Lewis FINCH M.D. was born on 10 Jan 1814 in Stephenton, New York. He died on 6 Mar 1871 in Jonesville, New York.

Harriet Cynthia KING and Morgan Lewis FINCH M.D. had the following children:

347 i. Lucy Cornelia FINCH was born on 25 Jul 1848.

She died on 24 May 1876.

+348 ii. Eliphalet Roger FINC

+349 iii. Harvey Lewis FINCH

350 iv. Mary FINCH was born on 26 Oct 1859. She died on 12 Aug 1861.

120. Eliphalet Roger KING was born on 15 Oct 1820 in Jonesville, Saratoga, NY. He died on 13 Aug 1901 in Brooklyn, NY.

He graduated from Union College in 1842. He studied law in the office of the Hon. David Buel, leader of the Bar of Rensselaer County, New York, and subsequently became his partner. He was an able lawyer and very successful but after practicing for a few years he retired and became partner in an extensive manufacturing firm. He commanded the respect and enjoyed the esteem of all that knew him. He was a ripe scholar and the range of his learning was very extensive so that he was often referred to as a Walking Encyclopedia.

He was married to Sarah KINNEY on 3 Sep 1857.

Sarah KINNEY was born about 1820.

Eliphalet Roger KING and Sarah KINNEY had the following children:

+351 i. Roswell Herbert KING

121. Cornelia Ann KING was born on 22 Oct 1822 in Jonesville, Saratoga, NY. She died on 2 Feb 1907 in Albion, NY.

She moved to Albion, New York in 1849. Her education was received in a school, which was founded by her parents, Roger and Christins King, and later at the Emma Willard Seminary at Troy, New York. She was for many years prominent and active in society and in church affairs, especially in the mission work of the church. With strong convictions and hearty earnestness she fulfilled all the duties, which she accepted. Naturally beneficent and generous, she helped many needy persons in a quiet and unostentatious way. She was greatly esteemed and honored by a large circle of friends and acquaintances, and enjoyed to the last the devoted affection of all who were related to her. She had no children.

She was married to Elizur HART on 16 Oct 1849 in 2nd wife NO Issue.

Elizur HART was born about 1818 in From Albion, NY.

He died in 1870 in Albion, NY. He had 3 children by 1st marriage.

He was a prominent citizen and banker of Albion, NY and who was well known in financial circles and elsewhere. Cornelia King was his 2nd wife.

He died in 1870, and in his last will, provided for the erection of a new church edifice for the First Presbyterian Church of which he was a member, and which was completed at a cost of about $90,000. He left surveying a son E. Kirke Hart who subsequently was a member of Congress

122. Harvey James KING Esq. was born on 16 Jul 1824 in Jonesville, Saratoga, NY. He died in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

Mr. Harvey James King was prepared for college at the Jonesville Academy. He was graduated at Union College in 1848 with the two highest honors, ranking among the first of a class of 98 in number, 79 of who won the degree of AB. In 1851 he received the degree of AM. He then went to Troy to complete his law studies and thenceforth made that city his home. He was admitted to the bar and started practice of law in 1850,becoming the law partner of Mr. Reynolds. In 1851 Mr. Reynolds retired and Mr. King formed a partnership with John A Millard, which continued until Mr. Millard's death in 1869. In 1854 Mr. King was appointed city attorney. In 1867, the U.S. Bankruptcy law having been enacted he was nominated by Chief Justice Chase and appointed U.S. Register in Bankruptcy for the Congressional District embracing Rensselaer and Washington Counties, NY. And held that position for the next 12 years and until the repeal of the law. In 1871 He was elected as an Alumni Trustee of Union College. He was for several years President of the Union College Alumni Assoc. of Northern NY. He was since 1865 a trustee and Vice President of the Troy Orphan Asylum, and for many years a Trustee of the Troy Academy. Mr. Harvey King was originally a Whig and a pronounced anti-slavery man. He was attached to the Seward wing of the party and early became an active and zealous participant in the political movements of the country, often representing his district in the State Convention. When the break up of the Whig party became imminent, by reason of irreconcilable division on the subject of Slavery, he was chairman of the City Central Committee. He was one of three prominent members of the party in Troy who published the call for a meeting for all who were in favor of " Free speech, Free Soil. Free Men' for the purpose of re-organizing as Republicans. The meeting was held and the new organization promptly effected. From that time for twenty years he was one of the most active members of the Republican Central Committee of Rensselaer County and also for a time member of the State Central Committee and on its Executive Committee. He frequently declined solicitations to accept office but his activity on the political organization and his familiar acquaintance with many of the emment men of his party gave him an extensive audience. At the breaking out of the Rebellion 1861 he was among the foremost in the matter of procuring enlistment and filling the local Regiments and until the close of the war did all in his power for the cause of freedom and the preservation of the union. As a consequence of his undeviating course when the draft riot occurred in 1863 his house was one of those designated in advance for destruction by the mob, which sacked the office and the entire establishment of the Troy Daily Times, and destroyed the furniture and nearly demolished the residence of Hon. Martin I Townsand who was his neighbor. Warning of this intention having reached Mr. King, His family was sent out of the city for safety, but he with a large number of other loyal citizens remained on the grounds. The late arrival of a military force on the scene caused the mob to disperse before their design could be accomplished. During the last two years of the war Mr. King was actively connected with the work of the United States Christian Commission, an Organization with branches in all loyal States, having for it's object the relief of sick and wounded soldiers. As chairman of the Troy branch, Mr. King devoted much time and labor to this cause. In this connection the following incident may not be without interest. Just before the surrender of General LEE, a convention of the officers of the several branches of the Christian Commission was in session at Washington; A reception was given them at the White House by President Lincoln. At the close of the reception, and while the guests were departing, Mr. King with whom he was conversing, was invited by the President to go with him to his private office. During the conference, which ensued, Mr. King said, " Mr. President it seems to be pretty certain that the war is nearly at an end, and that you may soon have the rest, which you so much need." With the sad, weary look, which had then become noticeable, President Lincoln replied; " Yes I think that the war is nearly at an end but I see no prospect of rest for me. There will be very much for me to do after the war is ended " Within a few weeks thereafter an assassin's bullet brought the martyr President eternal rest. Mr. King was one, for many years, one of the most prominent active and public-spirited citizens of Troy. As a lawyer he always held an excellent rank and commanded a large patronage. His legal learning, his sound judgment and his long and varied experience have peculiarly fitted him as an adviser and his services as a counselor have always been in special request in the midst of a most busy professional life and of exacting public duties he always found the time for personal culture and has added to his excellent youthful education the wisdom and grace of an extebsive reading. Genealogy became with him a congemial recreation and he compiled a history of his own and the New York branches of the king family of Suffield, CT. The author [Cameron H. King] of this present genealogy is indebted to Mr. Harvy King for a critical review of the introductory chapters and the first five generations of this work and for his excellent advise and judgment as well as constant aid and kindly assistance.

In 1905 his son Edwin Arthur King Esq. was in practice of the law with him under the name King & King .

He was married to Ellen B.L. BAYEUX (daughter of John H BAYEUX and Sarah A.M. VANDERHEYDEN) on 6 May 1851 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

Ellen B.L. BAYEUX was born on 11 Oct 1826 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

She died on 12 Aug 1900 in Troy Rensseler, NY.

Harvey James KING Esq. and Ellen B.L. BAYEUX had the following children:

+352 i. Harriet Christina KING

+353 ii. Edwin Arthur KING

354 iii. Ellen B.L. KING was born on 18 Jul 1859 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY. She died on 9 Aug 1860 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.

126. HENRY KING was born on 16 Jul 1804 in Litchfield, Herkermer, New York. He was buried in 1865 in Rarick Cemetery Hammond N.Y.

He died on 26 Feb 1865 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY

His RELATION in 2nd G Grandfather of William M Worth

Henry King was born in Herkermer County, New York. The King book says he was born in Suffield, CT. but no record of his birth is to be found there. Jonathan and Dorcus were living in and owned property in Herkimer [Property Deeds] in the 1800 census. I have not found a birth record in Herkimer either but must conclude that the children were born there until other proof establishes otherwise. Henry inherited the Hotel and Farm in South Hammond, N.Y. from his father Jonathan, and is also listed as Postmaster on the Postal archives. Several social events are advertised, as being held at the King Hotel owned by Henry King. He was also a Justice of the peace there and signed several documents as such. He passed the Hotel-Farm on to his son Henry Clinton King. The post office was closed by then and moved to Hammond. Many of the records in Hammond were lost by fire in the town hall in abt 1865 From a folder on Recreation and entertainment in Hammond [Hammond historical Society] Hops and dances Independence Ball at Henry Kings Assembly Room South Hammond. Music by Hunt's Cotillion Band. Ladies Ball at Henry King's South Hammond Thursday March 13, 1856

From the postal national Archives, Washington, D.C. Record of appointment of postmasters 1832 to Sept. 30,1971 On Nov 9, 1842 Henry King was appointed the 2nd Postmaster of South Hammond and served until approximately August 21, 1852, when the South Hammond Post office was closed.

Postmaster ANNUAL compensation, South Hammond, New York for Henry King

1845 $ 10.25

1847 $ 14.28

1849 $ 13.03

1851 $ 19.33

1853 $ 2.91

The inventory of the estate of Henry King was completed on April 29,

1865, and covered nine pages. Articles set apart for the widow and minor children not appraised. A spinning wheel, seven stoves kept for family use, Family Bible, and pictures, and other books owned by the

Deceased which are less in value than fifty dollars, 10 sheep, one cow, pork of two swine, all clothing of the family, All cooking utensils, three beds, bedsteads and bedding, one table, six chairs, six knives and forks, six plates, six tea cups and saucers, one sugar dish, one milk cup, one tea pot, and six spoons. Other set aside for the widow and children but were appraised at $150.00

Page three A brood mare, a yoke of oxen, 24 cows, four two year olds, six yearlings,15 sheep, 5 hogs, 30 fowl, 5 pigs, and other farm stuff total $ 1,399.25 amount brought over to Page4, is farming utensils $ 1,681.50 amount brought over to page 5,Farming utensils $1,798.50 amount brought over to page 6, Grain etc. $1,991.79, amount brought over to page 7 is more stuff, $ 2,089.42, amount brought over to page 8, household goods, $2, 161.59 Amount of mortgage $3,000.00 due 10 years from its date. Note against Alex Loukes for $7.96 bearing date Oct 30, 1860, due on said note with interest $10.16, Note against John Leher for $10.00 bearing date March 29, 1862 with interest on said note $12.15, Cash on Hand $320.35 Total $5,504.25

From the index to deeds at Canton, St Lawrence Co. New York, 1802 to 1992 LDS film 886544

Henry King to George Parish book 36B Page 679 Nov 14 1843 Hammond

" " " " Book 37C page 418 Feb. 20 1845 Hammond

" " " " Book 36 B page 463 July 5, 1862 Hammond

" " " " Book 61B page 618 June 17 1861 Hammond

He was married to HENREITTA Mary AYERS about 1825 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

HENREITTA Mary AYERS was born on 7 Nov 1808.

She was buried in 1872 in Rarick Cemetery Hammond NY.

She died on 17 Jan 1872 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

She is RELATION in 2nd G Grandmother of William M Worth.

From the Records of St. Lawrence County, Canton, New York

In the matter of the Estate of Henry King, late of Hammond, I hereby renounce my right to letters of Administration from the personal estate of my late husband Henry King late of Hammond in this county, deceased and pray that this my renunciation be accepted and received, Signed march 2, 1865 Henretta King.

HENRY KING and HENREITTA Mary AYERS had the following children:

+355 i. Not known KING

356 ii. Julia Anne KING was born on 14 May 1828 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

She was buried in 1846 in Rarick cemetery Hamond, NY.

She died on 8 Oct 1846 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY. Age 18 years.

+357 iii. Cornelia KING

358 iv. Horatio KING was born in Jan 1832 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

He died on 20 Dec 1832 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

+359 v. HENRY CLINTON KING. He went by Clinton Henry King.

360 vi. Myron KING was born on 5 Jul 1835 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

He was buried in 1854 in Rarick Cemetery Hammond, NY.

He died on 3 Jan 1854 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

361 vii. Edwin D. KING was born on 25 Oct 1838 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

He was buried in 1852 in Rarick Cemetery Hammond, NY.

He died on 25 Jul 1852 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

362 viii. Amelia Adelaid KING was born on 5 Jul 1841 in Hamond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

She was buried in 1924 in Oakwood Cemetery sec 48 lot 445 Syracuse, NY.

She died on 13 Oct 1924 in Syracuse, Onondaga, NY. Unmarried.

From the Index to Deeds at Canton, St. Lawrence Co. New York 1802 to 1892 LDS film 88654 Amilia A. King to Henry C King book 109C page 598 April 30, 1879 Hammond

363 ix. Susan Lucina KING was born on 13 May 1845 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

She died on 30 Dec 1864 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.

She was buried in 1865 in Rarick Cemetery Hammond, NY.

127. Alfred KING was born in 1807 in Litchfield, Herkermer, NY.

He died in 1846 in Marengo, ILL.

Alfred King Removed from Hammond New York and went to Marengo, ILL.

He was married to Emeline BASS about 1830.

Emeline BASS was born about 1807.

Alfred KING and Emeline BASS had the following children:

364 i. Lucy Jane KING was born on 11 Sep 1833 in Marengo, ILL.

365 ii. Mary Amanda KING was born on 19 Mar 1835 in Marengo, ILL. She died about 1900 Unmarried.

366 iii. Augustus Carter KING was born on 2 Aug 1837 in Marengo, ILL.

367 iv. Elizabeth KING was born on 21 Jan 1841 in Marengo, ILL.

She died on 15 Feb 1841 in Marengo, ILL.

368 v. Emma KING was born on 3 Sep 1843 in Marengo, ILL.

She died on 10 Mar 1845 in Marengo, ILL.

+369 vi. Alfred Henry KING

 

128. Lucy Anna KING was born on 2 Mar 1812 in New Ipswich, Hillsborough, New Hampshire.

She died in Aug 1878 in Westfield, Mass.

She was married to Nathan Gradner PARLOW in May 1831 in New Ipswich, N.H.

Nathan Gradner PARLOW was born about 1810. He died in 1863 in Muhewan, N.Y.

Lucy Anna KING and Nathan Gradner PARLOW had the following children:

+370 i. Mary Elizabeth PARLOW

+371 ii. George Henry PARLOW

+372 iii. William Otis PARLOW

373 iv. Charles Eiphalet PARLOW was born on 7 Aug 1844 in New Ipswich, N.H.

He died on 12 Oct 1872 in Boston, Mass. Unmarried.

374 v. Ella Frances PARLOW was born on 6 Sep 1847 in New Ipswich, N.H. She died about 1875 in Westfield, Mass. Unmarried.

129. George Eliphalet KING ESQ was born on 11 Jun 1814 in New Ipswich, Hillsborough, New Hampshire.

He died on 27 Dec 1897 in San Francisco, Calif.

He was buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, San Francisco, Cal.

He graduated At Union College, Schenectady, New York in 1839. Admitted to practice Law in New York State as Attorney and Solicitor May 15, 1841, and as Counselor at Law Oct. 1, 1844. Settled in Rochester, Monroe, New York. He was a learned lawyer and for many years followed his profession at Rochester. He removed to New York City in 1862 and afterwards very successful in the stock market and on Wall Street acquiring a very large fortune which however, late in life, he lost by unfortunate investments. He was fond of literature and an extensive reader. He was especially interested in the histories of the various religions of the world, and was a deep student of the Bible. He was the author of a book entitled " Vindication of THE True GOD Against The God of Moses" in which he gave expression in fluent and pleasing style to his own religious views. In 1894 he came to San Francisco, Calif. to reside with his only child Cameron Height King, and died there Dec 27, 1897. He is buried in his Son's plot in Laurel Hill Cemetery, San Francisco.

He was married to Janet Cameron HAIGHT (daughter of HON. Flechter Mathews HAIGHT Judge and Elizabeth Stuart MCLACHLAN) on 23 Jan 1844 in Rochester, Monroe, NY. 1st wife.

Janet Cameron HAIGHT was born on 9 Jul 1823 in Rochester, Monroe, NY. She died on 21 Dec 1844 in Rochester, Lima, NY

She was buried in MT. Hope Cemetery, Rochester, NY.

George Eliphalet KING ESQ. and Janet Cameron HAIGHT had the following children:

+375 i. COL Cameron Haight KING

He was married to Catherine Mary Ann CUNNINGHAM Widow Dunning (daughter of John CUNNINGHAM and MRS. Jane CUNNINGHAM) in 1854 in Rochester, NY.

2nd wife.

Catherine Mary Ann CUNNINGHAM Widow Dunning was born about 1820 in From Utica, N.Y. She died in 1889 NO Issue.

130. Mary Remington KING was born on 11 Jul 1817 in

New Ispwich, Hillsborough, New Hampshire.

She died on 25 Nov 1842 in Framingham, Mass.

She was married to DR. Otis HOYT M.D. Mexican War on 29 Oct 1835 in New Ipswich, NH. 1st wife

DR. Otis HOYT M.D. Mexican War was born about 1815 in From Farmingdale, Mass. He Lived in Hudson, Wis.

At the time of his marriage he was practing medicine at Mason, N.H. He served in the Mexican War and eventually settled in Hudson, Wis. and was for years one of the prominent and copious men in Northwestern Wisconsin.

Mary Remington KING and DR. Otis HOYT M.D. Mexican War had the following children:

+376 i. Mary Remington HOYT

377 ii. Charles Otis HOYT Civil War was born on 25 Sep 1839 in Framingham, Mass.

He died on 30 Apr 1905 in Amarillo, Tex. Unmarried.

He served in the Union Army, war of the Rebellion. For many years he followed mining in Colorado. He was unmarried

131. Charles Henry KING was born on 9 Nov 1818 in New Ipswich, Hillsborough, New Hampshire. He died on 28 Feb 1894 in Boston, Mass. He was a hatter

He was married to Maria A. CLARK (daughter of Benjamin CLARK and Martha HOSMER) in Aug 1849.

Maria A. CLARK was born on 26 Mar 1827 in New Ipswich, N.H.

Charles Henry KING and Maria A. CLARK had the following children:

378 i. Fredkrick Henry KING was born on 9 Sep 1850 in New Ipswich, N.H. He died on 15 Sep 1867 in New Ipswich, N.H.

+379 ii. Martha Eliza KING

380 iii. Edward KING was born on 15 Sep 1854 in New Ipswich, N.H. He died in May 1888 in Bakersfield, Calif.

381 iv. Harriet Maria KING was born on 12 Oct 1856 in New Ipswich, N.H She died on 2 Jun 1867 in New Ipswich, N.H.

+382 v. Annie Cora KING

+383 vi. Charles Philip KING

+384 vii. Louis Henry KING Twin

+385 viii. George Cameron KING Twin

133. Eliza Bellows KING was born on 5 Apr 1822 in New Ipswich, Hillsborough, New Hampshire. She died on 1 Oct 1886 in Boston, Mass. at Her Sisters House.

Of her, Mrs, Russell Sage in her book entitled "Mrs Emma Willard and her pupils" [New York 1898} writes as follows [Page 196] "Eliza Bellows King, daughter of Major Seth King and Anna Preston was born in New Ipswich, NH. She attended the Ipswich Academy, known later as the Appleton Academy. While on a visit to her uncles family in Clifton Park N.Y. she went with her cousin to Troy Female Seminary in 1838. In 1843 she married Dr. Otis Hoyt of Farmington, Mass. Five daughters were born of this marriage. Mrs Hoyt died in 1886 in Boston, Mass. while on a visit to her sister Miss Harriet Hubbard King."

She was married to DR. Otis HOYT M.D. Mexican War on 16 Aug 1843 in New Ipswich, N.H. 2nd Wife [Sister of 1st wife].

DR. Otis HOYT M.D. Mexican War was born about 1815 in From Farmingdale, Mass.

He Lived in Hudson, Wis. At the time of his marriage he was practicing medicine at Mason, N.H. He served in the Mexican War and eventually settled in Hudson, Wis. and was for years one of the prominent and copious men in Northwestern Wisconsin.

Eliza Bellows KING and DR. Otis HOYT M.D. Mexican War had the following children:

386 i. Ella Frances HOYT was born on 2 Oct 1845 in Framingham, Mass. She died on 15 Nov 1846 in Framingham, Mass.

+387 ii. Ella Frances HOYT

+388 iii. Anna Preston HOYT

389 iv. Caleb Cushing HOYT was born on 20 May 1853 in Hudson, Wis. He died on 7 Aug 1854 in Hudson, Wis.

390 v. Eliza Bellows King HOYT was born on 21 Apr 1855 in Hudson, Wis. She died on 11 Feb 1858 in Hudson, Wis.

+391 vi. Ida Maria HOYT

+392 vii. Harriet King HOYT

+393 viii. Eliza Bellows HOYT

135. Caroline KING was born on 3 Jan 1827 in New Ipswich, Hillsborough, New Hampshire.

She died after 1907 and Lived in West Brookfield, Mass.

She was married to Nehemia Adams EDSON on 13 Apr 1852 in New Ipswich, N.H.

Nehemia Adams EDSON was born on 30 May 1828 in Chester, Vermont.

He died on 17 Nov 1899 in West Brookfield, Mass.

He was a farmer, and filled several Town offices in Chester, Vermont. 1878-1879. They removed to West Brookfield, Mass. in 1881

Caroline KING and Nehemia Adams EDSON had the following children:

394 i. SON EDSON was born on 5 Apr 1853 in Chester, VT.

He died on 19 Apr 1853 in Chester, VT.

395 ii. Fannie Maria EDSON was born on 27 Feb 1856 in Chester, VT. She Lived in West Brookfield, Mass.

+396 iii. Charles O Meara EDSON

397 iv. Caroline King EDSON was born on 3 Nov 1858 in Chester, VT. She Lived in Boston, Mass.

398 v. William Adams EDSON was born on 22 Apr 1862 in Chester, VT. He Lived in West Brookfield, Mass.

He was selectman of West Brookfield, Mass for over 6 years 1898-1904 and chairman of the board 1902-1904; was elected member of the State Legislature in 1904 and Managed the family farm at West Brookfield

137. Lucy KING [Only Child] was born in 1818 in Jonesville, Saratoga, New York. She died in 1842.

She was married to Cyrus SWEETLAND in 1838 in NO ISSUE

Cyrus SWEETLAND was born about 1818

138. Caroline Elizabeth KING was born on 9 Jul 1812 in Cambridge, Washington, NY. She died on 7 Sep 1876 in Dayton, Ohio.

She was married to Col. James GREER on 7 Aug 1828 in Dayton Ohio.

Col. James GREER was born about 1808 in Dayton, Ohio. He died in 1874 in Dayton, Ohio.

Caroline Elizabeth KING and Col. James GREER had the following children:

+399 i. Rear Admiral James Augustin GREER

+400 ii. Caroline Elizabeth GREER

401 iii. Horace Edmond GREER was born in Apr 1843 in Dayton, Ohio. He died on 22 May 1872.

  1. COLONEL Edward Augustine KING, US. Army, Civil War was born on 3 Apr 1814 in Cambridge, Washington, NY.

He died on 20 Sep 1863 in Battle of Chicamauga.

Killed at the battle of Chicmauga Sept 20,1863.

He was Col. of the 6th U.S. Infantry and also Col. of the 68th Indiana Volunteers. When killed he was in command, Acting Brigadier General of the 2nd Brigade, Reynolds Division, 14th Army Corps, U. S.A. He had ridden out in front of the lines of his brigade to reconnoiter when a ball from a Confederate sharpshooter struck him down. In the early days Edward King was a well-known man in Dayton, Ohio. He was a soldier born. When Texas made her gallant stand against Mexico he had fought under the Lone Star banner. Again when troops were called for in 1847 he volunteered and served through General Scotts campaign to the capture of the City of Mexico as a Capt. in the 15th U.S. Infantry. When the Civil war broke out he at once reported to Gov. Denison of Ohio with his Company and was placed in command at Camp Jackson. He first took the field in 1862 as Col. of the 68th Indiana Infantry. And He served in the Kentucky Campaign in 1862. His regiment being one of those captured at Mumfordville. Col. King saved the Regimental flag by wrapping it around his body and carrying it there until he was exchanged. When he was struck down on the field of Chicamauga and the order came to retreat his body was placed on a caisson and carried of the field being the only body carried of the field on the night of September 20, 1863. Or as the 68th Indiana said " He saved our flag and we saved his body," Shortly before his death he had been promoted to Colonel of the 6th U.S. Infantry. The spot where Col. Edward King fell is marked by one of the monuments erected by the government to designate the place where General Officers were killed.

He was married to Sarah MCNAUGHTON in 1842 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Sarah MCNAUGHTON was born about 1821 in Cambridge, Washington, NY.

She died on 17 Feb 1866 in Dayton, Ohio.

COLONEL Edward Augustine KING, US. Army, Civil War and Sarah MCNAUGHTON had the following children:

+402 i. Mary Sarah KING

+403 ii. Allen Augustine KING

144. John Orville GRANGER was born on 6 May 1796 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. He died on 5 Oct 1870 in Richwood, Ohio.

He was married to Artemesia STILES (daughter of Chauncey STILES and Mary STANNARD) about 1823 1st wife.

Artemesia STILES was born on 11 Feb 1802 in Southwick, Mass.

She died about 1828 in Chardon, Ohio.

John Orville GRANGER and Artemesia STILES had the following children:

+405 i. Sarah A. GRANGER

406 ii. Chauncey GRANGER was born on 16 Jul 1826 in Chardon, Ohio. He died in Sep 1827 in Chardon, Ohio.

He was married to Sarah M. PHELPS about 1830 in Chardon, Ohio 2nd wife.

Sarah M. PHELPS was born about 1806.

John Orville GRANGER and Sarah M. PHELPS had the following children:

+407 i. Phyana M. GRANGER

+408 ii. Edgar O. GRANGER

+409 iii. Henrietta E. GRANGER

410 iv. John C. GRANGER was born on 11 Nov 1836 in Chardon, Ohio He died after 1892 Unmarried P.O. Ramey, ARK.

411 v. Horace F. W. GRANGER was born on 31 Jul 1839 in Chardon, Ohio. He died on 7 Mar 1865.

412 vi. Alfred Phelps GRANGER was born on 27 Apr 1842 in Chardon, Ohio. He died on 2 Jul 1845 in Chardon, Ohio.

+413 vii. Julia M. GRANGER

145. Julia Ann GRANGER was born about 1790 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

She died in 1876 in Ithaca, Thompkins, NY.

She was married to Smith WEED NO ISSUE OF THIS MARRIAGE.

Smith WEED was born in 1792.

146. Henry S. GRANGER was born on 2 Jul 1792 in Suffield, Hartford, CT He died on 28 Mar 1858 in Newark Valley, Tioga, New York.

He was married to Nancy SUTTON (daughter of John SUTTON and Sally SCHUYLER) in 1818 in Jackonsville, Thompkins, New York 1st Wife.

Nancy SUTTON was born in 1800 in Jacksonville, Tompkins, N.Y.

She died on 29 Jul 1836 in Ithaca, Thompkins, New York.

Henry S. GRANGER and Nancy SUTTON had the following children:

+414 i. Albert GRANGER

415 ii. Harriet GRANGER was born on 30 Jan 1821 in Mecklenburg, N.Y.

She died on 23 Feb 1879 in Kendle Creek, PA Unmarried.

+416 iii. Jane GRANGER

+417 iv. Francis GRANGER

418 v. Nancy GRANGER was born on 22 Mar 1835 in Tompkins CO. NY. She died San Francisco, Calf. Unmarried in 1905.

He was married to Abigail BEMENT (daughter of Asa BEMENT and Mary BROWN) in 1836 in Newark Valley, Tioga, N.Y. 2nd wife NO ISSUE.

Abigail BEMENT was born on 18 Jun 1794 in Stockbridge, Mass.

She died on 14 Nov 1862.

147. Jemima GRANGER was born in 1794 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

She died in Covert, N.Y.

She was married to Luke JOHNSON

Luke JOHNSON was born about 1794.

148. Charlotte GRANGER was born in 1796 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

She died in 1871 in Jacksonville, Thompkins, NY.

Charlotte Lovel age 64,housekeeper for William and John Porter in Covert in Seneca Co. NY. New York in 1860 census

She was married to Solon LOVELL

Solon LOVELL was born about 1796. He died before 1860.

154. Charles GRANGER was born on 8 Jun 1799 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

He died on 21 Nov 1866 in Indianola, Texas.

He was married to Clarissa Page BULLARD (daughter of Silas BULLARD and Avis KEYES] about 1819 in Mason Village, N.H.

Clarissa Page BULLARD was born on 26 May 1802 in Mason Village, New Hampshire. She died on 8 Aug 1879 in Boston, Mass.

Charles GRANGER and Clarissa Page BULLARD had the following children:

+419 i. Catherine Avis GRANGER

420 ii. Charles Henry GRANGER was born on 31 Mar 1823 in Mason Village, New Hampshire. He died on 12 Jan 1889 Unmarried.

421 iii. James Willis GRANGER was born on 30 Sep 1825 in Mason Village, New Hampshire. He died on 27 Jan 1864 in Matagorda, New York.

+422 iv. Marion GRANGER

+423 v. Martha Maria GRANGER

+424 vi. Caroline Emily GRANGER

155. Ebenezer Bliss GRANGER was born in 1801 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. He died in Hartford, CT.

He was married to Mary DURKEE about 1827.

Mary DURKEE was born in 1801 in Norwich, CT. She died in Chicopee, Mass.

Ebenezer Bliss GRANGER and Mary DURKEE had the following children:

+425 i. Almira J. GRANGER

+426 ii. Cornelia GRANGER

156. Harriet Cecelia KING was born on 12 Jul 1808 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. She died on 2 Jan 1895 in Schenectady, NY.

She was married to Alfred Day SHEPARD on 25 Dec 1826 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.

Alfred Day SHEPARD was born about 1808.

Harriet Cecelia KING and Alfred Day SHEPARD had the following children:

+427 i. Charles Townsend SHEPARD

+428 ii. Harriet Day SHEPARD

+429 iii. Ashbel King SHEPARD

+430 iv. George Washington SHEPARD

157. Anne Eliza KING was born in 1810 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.

She died in 1842 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

She was married to Joseph STACKPOLE in 1832 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

Joseph STACKPOLE was born about 1810 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.

He was a coal dealer in Troy, N.Y. He was from a Massachusetts Family. Children born in Troy

Anne Eliza KING and Joseph STACKPOLE had the following children:

431 i. Charles Henry STACKPOLE was born in 1835 in Troy, Rensselar, NY. He died in Childhood.

432 ii. George Howard STACKPOLE was born in 1842 in Troy, Rensselear, NY. He died in Infancy.

158. Maria Rebecca KING was born on 6 Nov 1812 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. She died on 31 Aug 1895 in Milwaukee, Wis.

She was married to William B. FELLOWS on 6 Dec 1834 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

William B. FELLOWS was born about 1810 in Stillwater, Saratoga, NY. He was a civil Engineer

Maria Rebecca KING and William B. FELLOWS had the following children:

+433 i. Eugenia Carrington FELLOWS

434 ii. Henrietta Maria FELLOWS was born on 9 May 1840 in Yorkville, Westchester, NY. She Lived in Pine Bluff, N.C.

435 iii. Frederick Ballinger FELLOWS Civil WAR was born on 19 Oct 1842 in Albany, N.Y.

He died on 17 Aug 1864 in Killed at Petersburg, VA Unmarried.

He was a union Soldier and was killed in the trenches before Petersburg, VA.

436 iv. Henry Clay FELLOWS was born in Nov 1844 in Albany, NY. He died in Infancy at Albany, N.Y.

+437 v. Frank Edward FELLOWS

438 vi. Richard, Henry FELLOWS was born on 5 Dec 1849 in Albany, NY. He died on 10 Feb 1905 Unmarried.

159. Arabella Loomes KING was born on 16 Jul 1815 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. She died on 10 Jan 1899 in Philadelphia, PA.

She was married to Laman HASKINS in 1833 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

Laman HASKINS was born on 22 Nov 1808 in Glens Falls, NY.

He Lived in Erie, NY.

He was a Commissioner of the Port of Erie, Pa.

Arabella Loomes KING and Laman HASKINS had the following children:

439 i. Edward Evereet HASKINS was born on 10 Jun 1837 in Troy, Rensseler, NY. He died in Infancy.

440 ii. Clementine Augustia HASKINS was born on 12 Feb 1839 in Erie, PA.

441 iii. Adelaide Eliza HASKINS was born on 4 Mar 1841 in Erie, PA.

442 iv. Bonne Agnes HASKINS was born on 21 Apr 1843 in Erie, PA.

+443 v. Frances Amelia HASKINS

444 vi. Henry King HASKINS was born on 8 Sep 1847 in Erie, PA.

160. Henry Uriel KING was born in Sep 1817 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

He died on 11 Oct 1877 in Milwaukee, Wis.

He was married to Mary C. ROUSSEAU on 14 May 1844 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

Mary C. ROUSSEAU was born in Nov 1823 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

She died on 16 Dec 1867 in Troy, Rensseler, NY.

Henry Uriel KING and Mary C. ROUSSEAU had the following children:

445 i. Achhles John Rousseau KING was born on 2 Sep 1848 in Milwaukee, Wis. He died on 23 Sep 1849 in Milwaukee, Wis.

446 ii. Mary Catherine Rousseau KING was born on 2 Dec 1849 in Milwaukee, Wis. She Lived in Milwaukee, Wis.

 


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