Beatrice KING49814 was born on 24 November 1910 in Towanda, Bradford, PA.49807,49815,49816 SSDI gave 11 Nov 1910 while SSACI gave 24 Nov. She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA.49815 She lived 1626 Ballinger Street in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA in October 1940.49817 Beatrice lived in PA before 1951.49816 She died on 26 July 2000 at the age of 89 in Canonsburg, Washington, PA.49816 Parents: Andrew P. KING-102515 and Jennie M. PARKS-102516.

Spouse: BLAINE-129141. Beatrice KING and BLAINE were married about 1928. Children were: Frances B. TEMPLE-94558.

Spouse: Charles James TEMPLE-94544. Beatrice KING and Charles James TEMPLE were married about 1937 in PA. Children were: Frances B. TEMPLE-94558, Catherine E. TEMPLE-94559.

Bissell S. KING5242 was born in 1802 in Genesee Co., NY.5243 Parents: Caleb KING-33636 and Levice BACON-33646.

Bonnie Lee KING49818 was born on 9 May 1953 in Waynesburg, Greene, PA. She died on 8 November 1953 at the age of 0 in Amity, Washington, PA. Parents: James Earl (Earl) KING-100502 and Emma Pearl (Pearl) TEMPLE-41217.

C.W. KING was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Dora TEMPLES-183661. Dora TEMPLES and C.W. KING were married on 12 June 1898 in Early Co., GA.49819,49820 In Early County Marriage Book J, p. 9.

Caleb KING5242 was born on 20 November 1756 in Sunderland, Bennington, VT.5243 He died on 5 May 1840 at the age of 83 in NY.5243 Parents: John KING-10096 and Mary -10097.

Spouse: Levice BACON-33646. Children were: Bissell S. KING-33651.

Spouse: Lydia SHERWIN-33652. Lydia SHERWIN and Caleb KING were married on 18 October 1781.5243

Carrie E. KING was born in 1852 in De Witt, Onondaga, NY.19058,25817,49691,49821,49822,49823 She gave her age as 25 in 1880. Gave Jun 1885 in 1900. Gave her age as 75 in 1930. She appeared in the census in June 1880 in De Witt, Onondaga, NY.49822 She appeared in the census in June 1900 in Manlius, Onondaga, NY.49691 In April 1910 Carrie was a farm person in Manlius, Onondaga, NY.49823 She lived in East Syracuse, Onondaga, NY in 1918.49824 She appeared in the census in February 1920 in Manlius, Onondaga, NY.25817 Carrie appeared in the census in April 1930 in Syracuse, Onondaga, NY.25818 Enumerated with her son Henry. She died on 7 April 1932 at the age of 80 in Salina Twp., Onondaga, NY.23,49825 Buried in Collamer, NY. Her parents were both from Germany. By 1900, she had had 10 children, of whom 8 survived. In 1910, she claimed 8 children, all of whom survived. Middle initial seemed to be F in the NY death index. Parents: Philip KING-24047 and Elizabeth FIELER-25922.

Spouse: Thomas Henry (Thomas) TEMPLE-5091. Carrie E. KING and Thomas Henry (Thomas) TEMPLE were married on 12 December 1876 in De Witt, Onondaga, NY.49821 Children were: Orson Dewan (Orson) TEMPLE-5112, Albert King (Fred) TEMPLE-5113, Merwin B. TEMPLE-5114, Nettie Louise (Nettie) TEMPLE-5115, Elsie Elizabeth TEMPLE-5116, Eva TEMPLE-5117, Jennie Magdelena (Lena) TEMPLE-5118, Robert J. TEMPLE-5119, Henry Eugene (Henry) TEMPLE-5120.

Charles Wayne KING Jr. (private). Parents: John Wayne KING Sr.-100944 and Diana Lee CLANTON-88138.

Charlie T. KING (private).49826

Spouse: Kristen Brooke TEMPLE-159386.

Cheryl Ann KING (private).49812 Parents: Arthur Allen KING-121460 and Sharon Yvonne TEMPLE-121458.

Christine Mary KING (private). Parents: Albert KING-48796 and Kathleen TRUESDALE-48797.

Spouse: Harold Richard (Harry) TEMPLE-3309. Children were: Julia Lynn TEMPLE-48798, Jason TEMPLE-48799.

Spouse: PHIPPS-48794.

Spouse: Stephen J. CORDELLA-48795.

Clarence Eldridge KING10009 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Erma Louise ASHWORTH-115423. Erma Louise ASHWORTH and Clarence Eldridge KING were married on 6 April 1955 in Houston, Harris, TX.10006,10009

Clayton KING was born in MT.22968 He died.

Spouse: Sybil HANSON-120815. Sybil HANSON and Clayton KING were married before 1921. Children were: Jack Reese KING-90490.

Clyde Elmore KING was born in 1939 in Brunswick Co., VA.49827 He lived in Brodnax, Brunswick, VA in 1957.49827 Parents: Emmett Sam KING-98765 and Mary BOTTOMS-98766.

Spouse: Eleanor Rose KING-98763. Eleanor Rose KING and Clyde Elmore KING were married on 11 May 1957 in Emporia, Emporia City, VA.49827 This was a first marriage for both.

Curtis KING (private).37673

Spouse: Helen PENTON-156385.

Daniel W. KING was born on 10 September 1922 in OH.43307 He lived 3390 South High Street in Columbus, Franklin, OH in October 1947.43307

Spouse: Fern May TEMPLE-116547. Fern May TEMPLE and Daniel W. KING were married on 4 October 1947 in Columbus, Franklin, OH.43307 This was his first and she claimed this as her second marriage.

David Joseph KING (private).11326 Parents: Joseph George KING-42492 and Susan TEMPLE-38363.

David Temple KING (private).49828 Parents: Samuel Buford KING-33699 and Ethel Albert (Ethel) TEMPLE-33698.

Debra H. KING (private).

Spouse: Thomas C. TEMPLE-177117.

Elda Laverna KING35947,49829 was born on 3 October 1907 in East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH.24283,49830,49831 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH.24283 She lived in East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH on 1 April 1935.49830 Elda appeared in the census in April 1940 in Wellsville, Columbiana, OH.49830 Marital status code indicated she was separated or getting a divorce. She died on 8 May 1987 at the age of 79 in East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH.49831 Buried in Columbiana County Memorial Park, East Liverpool, OH, Plot: CR/B 213-1. Her parents were from WV (father) and OH (mother). Parents: Troy Richard KING-109084 and Etta L. RUTTER-109085.

Spouse: Edward Maxwell TEMPLE-44377. Elda Laverna KING and Edward Maxwell TEMPLE were married on 24 February 1930 in Grant Co., IN.24283,49832 Children were: Earl Edwin TEMPLE-83704, Harold Glenn (Harold) TEMPLE-83706.

Eleanor Rose KING was born in 1941 in Brunswick Co., VA.49827 She lived in Emporia, Emporia City, VA in 1957.49827 Her marriage certificate gave King as her "present name," so the marriage appears as a King-King marriage. She was born 8 years before John Temple married Virginia King, in what the latter claimed was their first marriage, so Eleanor's father is unknown. Parents: John Malvin (Johnnie) TEMPLE-41468 and Virginia Bright KING-88242.

Spouse: Clyde Elmore KING-98764. Eleanor Rose KING and Clyde Elmore KING were married on 11 May 1957 in Emporia, Emporia City, VA.49827 This was a first marriage for both.

Eleazer KING5242 was born on 11 October 1784 in Williamstown, Berkshire, MA.5243 He died on 14 May 1854 at the age of 69 in Spring City, Sanpete, UT.5243 [Joan King Family File8.FTW]

The KING families

While we do not have reliable information about how Eleazer KING, Sr., crossed the Iowa Plains, given his age and the closeness of the King family we speculate that he was with his son John Morris. It is known that Eleazer, Sr. was endowed in the Nauvoo Temple on January 22nd, as if in preparation to move west with the first group of Saints in February. In that month, John Morris King left Nauvoo with the Twelve, crossed the river into Iowa and camped on Sugar Creek. He began moving west on March 1st. From John's memoirs, sometimes referred to as his journal, we learn that he traveled with Orson Pratt during the exodus from Nauvoo, and that he left Orson at Bloomfield, Iowa, and returned to Nauvoo. Gathering up his family, which perhaps included his father, he hastened back along the trail to rejoin the pioneers. Then, at a campsite called Richardson's Point, he left his wife and children and went on to find the main company which by then was on the Chariton River. Certainly John would have felt more at ease in leaving his family temporarily as he did, if his father and/or brother, Eleazer, Jr., were there to look after things.
After John caught up with the initial pioneer company, he was sent back to Nauvoo again by Brigham Young on a matter of Church business. He was able to visit his family on the way and upon returning from Nauvoo he "arrived at the place where I had left my family and after a few days, I hired a house at a place called Stringtown for six weeks, in which time I worked for one Otheto Wells who ............." At this point John's writing ends as if something interrupted him. He never returned to the task of documenting the account of how his family crossed the plains, but the Kings were in Council Bluffs by July, where John Morris enlisted in the Mormon Battalion. [A Note on the Kings and Bennetts: Winter Quarters was abandoned by the Mormons in 1848, and most Saints not moving west removed to the east side of the river. However, some settlements were developed on the Nebraska side of the Missouri. While it is fairly certain that James and Ellen [PINCOCK] BENNETT lived in what is now Council Bluffs, Iowa, less is known of the whereabouts of Eleazer KING, Sr., and his sons, from 1846 to 1852. They were in the area, but whether on the east or west bank of the river is unknown.]

Leaving his family in Council Bluffs, perhaps in the care and keeping of his father, Eleazer, Sr., and/or his brother, Eleazer, Jr., John marched to San Diego with the Battalion. The Battalion fought no battles, except with a herd of wild bulls, and had a colorful and interesting trip to California and on to the Great Basin. The pay which John and the other recruits received for their services was turned over to the Church and proved very beneficial to the impoverished Saints.(4)

After being discharged in Los Angeles 16 July 1847, some men of the Battalion proceeded to Salt Lake City via Las Vegas along the general route now defined by Interstate 15. Others went north to Sacramento, then east following the present route of Interstate 80 over the Sierras, where they viewed the aftermath of the Donner Party tragedy. Travelling down the Truckee River which the Donner Party had come up with such difficulty the winter before, the former soldiers of the Mormon Battalion found "wagons, clothing, tool chests, trunks, books, medicines, household articles, and the skeletons of cattle." Other veterans of the Battalion stopped at Sutter's Fort where they were working when gold was discovered there in January, 1848. It is not known which of these groups John associated with, or how he made it to the Valley of the Salt Lake.

While the Battalion veterans were making their way east to Salt Lake, Brigham Young, who had been leading the Saints in his capacity as President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles since the death of Joseph Smith, left Winter Quarters in April, 1847, and started west along the north bank of the Platte River with an advance party of Saints. Near Fort Kearney, Nebraska, the pioneers began to parallel the Oregon Trail which came up from Kansas to the south, and followed the Platte River along its southern bank.(5) The Mormon train could have crossed the river and taken the easier Oregon Trail at this point, but there were many Missourians traveling that trail, some of whom had been involved in atrocities against the Saints. Brigham did not want any more difficulties; the pioneer band blazed its own trail on the north bank.

At Fort Laramie, in eastern Wyoming, where it became impractical to continue up the north side of the river, the pioneers crossed the Platte and proceeded along the Oregon Trail to Fort Bridger. There they followed the faint year-old tracks of the Donner party down Echo Canyon and over the Wasatch Range into the Valley.

Shortly after he said "This is the Place," Brigham turned the work of settlement over to others and started back to the Missouri River with a company of seasoned pioneers. Many members of the Mormon Battalion had reached the Valley by then, and traveled with them, anxious to return to their families which had remained in Garden Grove, Mt. Pisgah, and Winter Quarters. John Morris King was likely in that company. But John did not move his family west until 1852. It may be that inasmuch as he had been in the Valley of the Great Salt Lake and had seen conditions there, that he decided his family was just as well off in Council Bluffs as in Salt Lake City. Maybe the family was in no financial position to move, or perhaps he remained in Iowa by assignment, assisting the Saints on their way to the Valley.

Enoch and Mary Bigg [WARE] KING, meanwhile, remained in Nauvoo when the first company of Saints left in February, and were there for the dedication of the Temple 30 April and 1 May, 1846. It may be that Enoch was on the crew assigned to stay and complete construction. But on 6 May, they left Nauvoo with their two sons, Enoch George and Hyrum Smith KING, arriving in Mt. Pisgah, Iowa, later that summer. This second pioneer camp established on the Iowa prairie to assist the Saints across the plains, was their home for two and one-half years. We do not know what specific role the couple played in the maintenance of the place, except that Mary no doubt sang away many cares of the weary travelers who stopped to rest there. Enoch George King, their oldest son, died at Mt. Pisgah in October. He was three.

Nothing remains of the Mt. Pisgah waystation now except the pioneer cemetery where Enoch George is buried. Two sons were also born while the Kings were living in Mt. Pisgah -- Alonzo Marvin King on 3 February 1847, and Joseph Smith King on 24 January 1849. Enoch also married a second wife, Jane Hacking, at Mt. Pisgah in 1848.

In May of '49, having spent three years in Iowa, Enoch, Mary, Jane and the boys started for Salt Lake City. There was a brief King family reunion at Council Bluffs where Eleazer, Sr., Eleazer, Jr., and John Morris and their families were living, but Enoch's families were soon on their way again across Nebraska. Mary was ill much of the way, at times to the point of helplessness. It would be interesting to know the extent to which Jane assisted her and helped care for the children. If examples of like situations in the polygamous days of the Church hold true, she was a comfort and a true sister. The Kings arrived in the Valley 24 September 1849.

For a few years the family lived in the 19th Ward of Salt Lake City, during which time three more children were born to Mary -- Eleazer on 10 June 1850, John Lorenzo on 22 May 1852, and the first of three daughters, Nancy Emmaline, 7 September 1854. Meanwhile, back in Council Bluffs, John Morris King was appointed counselor to John Tidwell, captain of a pioneer company, in the spring of 1852. Eleazer KING, Sr., Eleazer King, Jr., John Morris and their families, then crossed the plains to Salt Lake City with the Tidwell Company. The Kings arrived in the Valley in October, 1852, the same month that the Bennetts did, and moved on to Sanpete County, Utah.

John Morris King seems to have been the leader of the family, spiritually and otherwise. Enoch KING seems to have marched to the tune of a different drummer. Beginning in Nauvoo, he cut his own swath and was not baptized until his marriage. He did not move west with the family, he did not enlist in the Mormon Battalion, and he did not settle near his father and brothers in Sanpete County, Utah. His brother, Eleazer, Jr., seems to have been that way also, and was something of a rebel and troublemaker on the trek from Winter Quarters to Utah.(6)

On 3 January 1853, a son, David, was born to Enoch and his second wife, Jane. On 13 April, Enoch was excommunicated from the Church for failure to pay his tithing. The following February, Jane [Hacking] King, divorced Enoch and married his brother, John Morris King. It appears that the Kings had maintained some degree of contact with each other. Jane's marriage to John kept the whole business in the family and obviated the inconvenience of Jane having to get used to a different last name. The marriage did not endure, however, as Jane and John Morris King later divorced.

Eleazer, Sr., died in Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah, in May, 1854. We are not acquainted with the circumstances of his death. He is buried in the old cemetery there. In September, sometime after the birth of their daughter, Nancy, Enoch and Mary moved to Davis County, settling in Kaysville where Mary was one of the first school teachers. It would have been awkward for them to live in Parents: John K. KING-33634 and Sarah HAWKINS-33650.

Eli KING (private).

Spouse: Hannah TEMPLE-19528.

Elizabeth KING (private).49833

Spouse: Elijah PINKARD-54924. Children were: Mary J. PINKARD-40154.

Elizabeth KING49834 died in October 1667 in Sudbury, Middlesex, MA. Died between 14 and 20 October, as a consequence of childbirth. Parents: Thomas KING-423 and Anne -2799.

Spouse: Samuel RICE-255. Elizabeth KING and Samuel RICE were married on 8 November 1655 in Sudbury, Middlesex, MA.49834 Children were: Elizabeth RICE-13050, Hannah RICE-6482, Joshua RICE-13051, Edmund RICE-13052, Esther RICE-13053, Samuel RICE-13054.

Elizabeth KING28102 was born in 1772. She died after 1850 at the age of 78.

Spouse: John DE GRAFFENRIED-176597. Elizabeth KING and John DE GRAFFENRIED were married on 15 December 1797 in Halifax Co., VA.28102 Children were: Francis M. DE GRAFFENRIED-139131.

Elizabeth KING71 was born in 1802. She died in 1870 at the age of 68.

Spouse: James Henry CHANEY-58558. Children were: Drucella CHANEY-58566, William C. CHANEY-58567, Johathan CHANEY-58568, James Henry CHANEY Jr.-58569, Mary Catherine CHANEY-58570, Malinda Frances CHANEY-58571.

Elizabeth Rebecca (Lizzie) KING49835 was born in March 1835 in GA.3798,6964,49836,49837 Gave 1838 in 1870. Gave 1844 in 1880. Gave Mar 1846 in 1900. She appeared in the census in August 1870 in Early Co., GA.49837 She appeared in the census in June 1880 in Early Co., GA.3798 Enumerated next door to William Stamper and his wife, Samantha Temples, and her parents, Andrew and Judy Temples. Elizabeth appeared in the census in June 1900 in Cedar Springs, Early, GA.6964 Enumerated with her son George. She appeared in the census in April 1910 in Cedar Springs, Early, GA.49836 Enumerated living with her son. She died. Her parents were both from GA.

Her parents were from unknown (father) and SC (mother), except in 19--, when they were both from GA. She had had 3 children, of whom all survived in 1900. She had had 1 child, who survived in 1910.

It is not clear if she was widowed or whether her husband was simply not enumerated with her. In her household were Martin and James Mc Cann, ae 15 and 13 respectively. They appear to be her sons.

Spouse: William TEMPLES-34547. Elizabeth Rebecca (Lizzie) KING and William TEMPLES were married on 11 November 1866 in Early Co., GA.49838 In Early County Marriage Book III, p. 22. Children were: George Washington TEMPLE(S)-70270, Richard Woodson (Woodson) TEMPLES-72482, TEMPLES-78016.

Spouse: MC CANN-76294. Elizabeth Rebecca (Lizzie) KING and MC CANN were married about 1854.

Spouse: WHITE-76293. Elizabeth Rebecca (Lizzie) KING and WHITE were married before 1900.

Ella Louise KING30935 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Calvin C. MELTON-151411. Ella Louise KING and Calvin C. MELTON were married before 1940. Children were: Bobby Leon MELTON-151417.

Emma Jane KING2546 died before 1877.2546 She was born in England, United Kingdom.5171 Her name is give as Jane King in her son Frederick's marriage papers.

Spouse: Alfred Snowdon (Snowdon) TEMPLE-49353. Emma Jane KING and Alfred Snowdon (Snowdon) TEMPLE were married about 1855. Children were: Emily TEMPLE-49362, Peter TEMPLE-49372, William TEMPLE-49370, Eleanor TEMPLE-49366, George Edwin TEMPLE-49376, Frederick (Fred) TEMPLE-64161, Alfred Snowdon TEMPLE-64179.

Emmett Sam KING (private).

Spouse: Mary BOTTOMS-98766. Children were: Clyde Elmore KING-98764.

Enoch KING5241,5242 was born on 22 January 1770 in Ashfield, Franklin, MA.5241 He died on 16 October 1853 at the age of 83 in South Grant Twp., Nodaway, MO.5243 He was a High Priest, Mormon Church.5243 Parents: John KING-10096 and Mary -10097.

Spouse: Rhoda PHILLIPS-33624. Rhoda PHILLIPS and Enoch KING were married on 31 August 1788 in Ashfield, Franklin, MA.5243 [Joan King Family File8.FTW]

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Spouse: Sarah BROWN-33665. Sarah BROWN and Enoch KING were married on 16 October 1839 in Clay Co., MO.5243

Eric Corbett KING (private).49839 Parents: KING-162208 and Darlene TEMPLE-162207.

Ester Jane (Ester/Jennie) KING49840 was born on 26 September 1868 in Scott Co., TN.30096,38799,49840,49841,49842 One obituary says she was born in Whitney County. She moved in 1886 in Ness Co., KS.49842 She appeared in the census in June 1900 in Waring, Ness, KS.49841 Ester appeared in the census in April 1910 in Waring, Ness, KS.30096 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Waring, Ness, KS.38799 She died on 9 March 1923 at the age of 54 in Brownell, Ness, KS.19025,49840,49842 Buried in Vansburgh Cemetery, Brownell, KS. Her parents were from TN (father) and KY (mother) in 1900 and both from KY in 1920. She made no claim about children in 1900. By 1910, she had had 3 children, all of whom survived. Her son Clifford called her Ester Jane in his WWI draft registration. Parents: Archibald KING-18426 and Nancy Jane ANDERSON-39515.

Spouse: Edward Lyman (Edward) TEMPLE-559. Ester Jane (Ester/Jennie) KING and Edward Lyman (Edward) TEMPLE were married on 19 March 1890 in KS.19025,30096,49840,49841 Children were: Edna May TEMPLE-571, Harold Keith TEMPLE Sr.-572, Clifford Loyd (Clifford) TEMPLE Sr.-573.

Ethel Joan KING49843 was born on 25 December 1936 in Davistown, Greene, PA. She died on 30 January 1937 at the age of 0 in Dunkard, Greene, PA. Parents: Floyd KING-93934 and Fanny Ora (Ora) TEMPLE-41215.

Evelyn KING was born on 3 April 1913 in Ambler, Montgomery, PA.49810,49844 She lived in Trenton, Mercer, NJ on 1 April 1935.49844 She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Trenton, Mercer, NJ.49844 Evelyn died in August 1992 at the age of 79 in Brigantine, Atlantic, NJ.49845 Parents: Arthur KING-102617 and Ella WEIAND-102618.

Spouse: William Edward TEMPLE-48946. Evelyn KING and William Edward TEMPLE were married before 1935 in NJ.1006

Floyd KING was born in Greene Co., PA.49843 He died.

Spouse: Fanny Ora (Ora) TEMPLE-41215. Fanny Ora (Ora) TEMPLE and Floyd KING were married before 1936. Children were: Ethel Joan KING-93935.

Frances Adele KING49846 lived in Nashville, Davidson, TN in January 1938.49846 Parents: J.A. KING-182841 and UNKNOWN-182842.

Spouse: Will D. TEMPLE-182834. Frances Adele KING and Will D. TEMPLE were married on 4 December 1937 in Franklin, Simpson, KY.49846

Francis G. KING was born in 1911 in WV.49847 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Lawrence, Stark, OH.49847 She appeared in the census in April 1940 in Canal Fulton, Stark, OH.49848 Francis died. Given as Freeman in 1940. Parents: Harrison A. KING-91013 and UNKNOWN-91027.

Frank S. KING49849 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: UNKNOWN-129116. UNKNOWN and Frank S. KING were married before 1930. Children were: Mary Joan KING-129114.

George KING was born in June 1862 in WV.5143 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Grant, Wetzel, WV.5143

Spouse: Martha J. -91023. Martha J. and George KING were married. Children were: Harrison A. KING-91013.

George Myrt (Myrt) KING (private).

Spouse: Lula B. JONES-98768. Children were: Virginia Bright KING-88242.

George W. KING was born in 1863 in GA.709 He appeared in the census in March 1920 in Jackson Parish, LA.709 He died.

Spouse: Armintha E. -122724. Armintha E. and George W. KING were married. Children were: Mattie B. KING-122722.

George Warren KING was born in 1880.49850 He lived in Spickard, Grundy, MO in 1922.49850 He died before 1930 at the age of 50.49851

Spouse: Allie TEMPLE-138051. Allie TEMPLE and George Warren KING were married in 1920.49851 They49851 were married on 14 June 1922 in Mc Alester, Pittsburg, OK.49850

Georgia KING10102 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Clarence Benjamin (Jack) TEMPLES-35216. Georgia KING and Clarence Benjamin (Jack) TEMPLES were married on 9 March 1943.10102 They10102 were divorced before May 1952.10088

Geraldine Rae KING was born on 14 October 1934 in Falmouth, Pendleton, KY.49852 She died on 15 August 1988 at the age of 53.49853 Parents: Hawsford J. KING-169048 and Mildred E. SHIELDS-169049.

Spouse: TEMPLE-169046.

Spouse: KIDWELL-169050.

Glenda J. KING (private).

Spouse: John S. TEMPLE-148575.

H. B. KING was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Ina Low FURR-6879. Ina Low FURR and H. B. KING were married in 1915.

Hannah KING13918 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Jotham BIGELOW-21098. Hannah KING and Jotham BIGELOW were married on 20 January 1778 in Deerfield, Franklin, MA.13921

Hannah KING was born in Franklin Co., KY.49854

Spouse: William PARE-74350. Hannah KING and William PARE were married before 1855. Children were: Jane S. PARE-31164.

Hannah KING45571,45572 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Benjamin HUGGINS-125312. Hannah KING and Benjamin HUGGINS were married before 1893. Children were: Charles Roscoe (Charles) HUGGINS-125311.