Hannah KING10145 was born in 1755.11205 Date of birth derived from husband's Pension Records. She died in Mendon, Rutland, VT.23 Buried in Devin Cemetery, Mendon, VT. Okay - again we are dealing with a scarcity of known sources. My main link is from a Temple genealogy published in 1970, "The Rise of the Temples: A Millennium of Power and Progress, 716 AD to the Present." The book's ostensible reason for publication was to update and correct Levi Temple's authoritative work, "Some Temple Pedigrees," published in 1900. Just as has happened to me, while attempting to fix the errors of their predecessor, Albert Temple and Danny Smith, the authors of the former book, introduced new errors but Albert also biased the genealogy with his desire to prove the line was descended from royalty. So - I tend to take some of what is said there with a grain of salt, but the stuff like Hannah King and Frederick Temple is usually pretty accurate. I only cite Rise of the Temples for the Temple-King marriage on the website, but I just checked Some Temple Pedigrees, and it has the same marriage. But these are the only sources I have with any visibility into Hannah King.
As you suggest, it is entirely possible the King-Bishop connection is the same person except with different marital status. Proving it, though, is an entirely different matter. Circumstantially, I think the weight of the circumstances favor the interpretation you suggest. At the very least, the document you found says that Hannah was a Bishop when she married Frederick Temple. But, as in your next note - I hope it's the same Frederick. There are a lot of fuzzy trails among the Temple lines in this era - two people of the same given and surnames in the same town with birth or other event dates in the same of almost the same years - too common and the waters have been badly muddied. But I can't overlook the Hannah Bishop record - it's a primary source, whereas Levi Temple's and Albert's and Danny's books are secondary sources, albeit with a lot of reliability, one has to accept primary sources until they are proven in error by other primary sources/research. So, for me, I accept my data should reflect Hannah Bishop, and I will carry a note describing what I have said here about Hannah King's known facts.
So - I'd say this was a great find and I appreciate your sharing it with me.

Spouse: Frederick TEMPLE-785. Hannah KING and Frederick TEMPLE were married about 1780.49855 Children were: Benjamin TEMPLE-951, Erastus TEMPLE-952, Rebecca TEMPLE-953, Sarah TEMPLE-956, Hannah TEMPLE-954, Frederick Barnard (Frederick) TEMPLE-955.

Harrison A. KING was born in May 1886 in WV.5143,49847 Gave 1889 in 1930. He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Grant, Wetzel, WV.5143 In April 1930 he was a gas company laborer in Lawrence, Stark, OH.49847 Harrison died. His given name was illegible in 1930. His parents were both from OH.

Parents: George KING-91022 and Martha J. -91023.

Spouse: UNKNOWN-91027. UNKNOWN and Harrison A. KING were married about 1910. Children were: Francis G. KING-91014, Wilfred R. KING-91015.

Spouse: Anna C. TEMPLE-91009. Anna C. TEMPLE and Harrison A. KING were married in 1910.49847 Children were: Theis L. KING-91016.

Hawsford J. KING (private).

Spouse: Mildred E. SHIELDS-169049. Children were: Geraldine Rae KING-169047.

Heather Mae KING (private).49799 Parents: Robert Mervin KING-75743 and Kathy TEMPLE-27104.

Howard L. KING (private).

Spouse: Ivelia TEMPLE-148640.

Hulda KING5242 was born about 1794 in Williamstown, Berkshire, MA.5243 Parents: John K. KING-33634 and Sarah HAWKINS-33650.

Huldah (Huldy) KING (private).

Spouse: Edwin (Edward) REAMES-44005. Children were: Annanas H. REAMES-44004.

I.R. KING lived in Lexington, Fayette, KY in 1947.49856

Spouse: UNKNOWN-129044. UNKNOWN and I.R. KING were married before 1926. Children were: Malissa KING-82356.

Ida M. KING was born in 1855 in VA.49857

Spouse: Judge Richard Henry POWELL-33752. Ida M. KING and Judge Richard Henry POWELL were married on 21 March 1883.49857

Isaac M. KING25417,49858 died.11758 Buried next to his wife in Cola Hill Cemetery, Coffey Co., KS.

Spouse: Sarah TEMPLE-1985. Sarah TEMPLE and Isaac M. KING were married in July 1852.25417 Children were: John P. KING-98227.

J.A. KING49846 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: UNKNOWN-182842. UNKNOWN and J.A. KING were married before 1917. Children were: Frances Adele KING-182840.

Jack Reese KING was born in 1921 in CA.22968 He lived in Multnomah Co., OR in 1951.49859 In January 1951 he was a transport operator in Portland, Multnomah, OR.22968 Parents: Clayton KING-120814 and Sybil HANSON-120815.

Spouse: Betty Louise (Betty) MARTIN-90473. Betty Louise (Betty) MARTIN and Jack Reese KING were married on 3 February 1951 in Vancouver, Clark, WA.49859 This was claimed to be his first and her second marriage. They49859 were divorced on 19 November 1957 in ID.49860,49861 There may be records confusion here, but it appears she concluded two divorces on one date.

Jackie Lee KING (private).

Spouse: Margaret Susan PRICE-100192. Children were: Marguerite Susan (Charly) KING-79411.

James KING Jr. (private).

Spouse: Inez BREVARD-33559. Children were: Patricia Brevard (Pat) KING-33557.

James KING was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Mary Ann TEMPLE-160519. Mary Ann TEMPLE and James KING were married on 19 March 1863 in Decatur Co., GA.49862

James KING (private).

Spouse: Dorothy -181032. Children were: Tanya L. KING-TEMPLE-181030.

James KING5242 was born on 5 February 1793 in Williamstown, Berkshire, MA.5243 He died on 31 December 1876 at the age of 83 in Stoney Creek, Warren, NY.5243 Parents: John K. KING-33634 and Sarah HAWKINS-33650.

James Earl (Earl) KING49808,49818 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Emma Pearl (Pearl) TEMPLE-41217. Emma Pearl (Pearl) TEMPLE and James Earl (Earl) KING were married before 1936.49808 Children were: Anna Mae KING-100503, Bonnie Lee KING-115762.

James S. KING (private). Parents: James T. KING-33641 and Sally Lilly WOLCOTT-33644.

James T. KING5242 was born in 1778 in Ashfield, Franklin, MA.5243 He died on 29 November 1824 at the age of 46 in Ashfield, Franklin, MA.5243 Parents: John KING-10096 and Mary -10097.

Spouse: Sally Lilly WOLCOTT-33644. Sally Lilly WOLCOTT and James T. KING were married on 1 December 1804 in Franklin, Norfolk, MA.5243 Children were: Jason Willcutt KING-33662, James S. KING-33663, Joel Willcutt KING-33664.

James Wiley KING49863 was born in 1859. He died in 1929 at the age of 70.

Spouse: Mary Frances TEMPLE-157431. Mary Frances TEMPLE and James Wiley KING were married before 1880. Children were: Trena Howell KING-157433.

Jason Willcutt KING5242 was born on 30 August 1817.5243 He died on 16 February 1909 at the age of 91.5243 Buried in West Branch Cemetery, Colrain, MA [Joan King Family File8.FTW]

From: Peter King <thekings@@crocker.com>
To: "Joan King" <jking2000@@home.com>
Subject: The Kings of Colrain
Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2001 19:47:03 -0500

Hello Joan-

Glad you like the four generations. You certainly may enter it to your website. Since that picture was taken in either late 1899 or the first part of 1900 it is over 100 yrs old since our father would be 102 this year. I believe it was taken at a studio in Shelburne Falls, MA. (note the lace window dressing in the picture).

That's a great picture of your father. There sure is a King resemblance there. He certainly has a King nose.

How did you get the information from ancestry.com.? I've tried several ways with little success, and I subscribed as a premium member with ancestry.

We have lots of information about Jason and Sarepta on down. What we don't know about is Jason's siblings.

The only thing we know,aside from his birth parents, birth,marriage and death dates; is that he was the 6th child of James and Lillie.

Jason and Sarepta had 13 children. Here are some additional facts:
Children of Jason and Sarepta King of Colrain, MA
i. Edwin R. - died 25 May 1909; married Lucretia Stevens; no children
ii. Arlina S. - d. 4 Jan 1916; not married
iii. Harlan P. - d. 8 Feb 1923; not married
iv. Mary S. - d. 28 Apr 1920; married John Underwood 30 Apr. 1868; 1 adopted child
v. Martha J. - 2 Apr 1920; married Adelna Wood 2 Apr 1873; 1 adopted child
vi. Julia M. - d. 11 Aug1928; married George Carpenter 26 Oct 1876; 3 children,1 adopted
vii. David H. - d.18 Sep 1936; married Isabelle Holdridge 2 Apr 1873; 6 children
viii. Lilly R. - married Mark Batchelder
ix. Arsenath A. - married Arthur Wood 19 Nov 1873; 3 children
x. Arcelia A. - d. 17 May 1854 ae 11 months
xi. Joel W. - d. 18 Sep 1928; married Cleora Call; 3 children
xii. Arcelia A. (again) - born 6 Oct 1856; d. 1 Mar 1931; married Stephen Saunders
xiii. Rosalia B. - d. 24 May 1859 ae 13 months

All the information about their birthdates and middle names you sent is correct. They are all, except for Harlan, buried in the West Branch Cemetery, Colrain, MA. I had taken a whole roll of pictures of their gravestones last fall but the film was overdeveloped at a Walmart (cheaper is NOT always better) here so I have to do it again! Think snow melt!

About twins in our King line:

My mother Bernice (Smith) King was a twin. Her sister, Beatrice, died in infancy. Identical. Mother bore two sets of twins:
1. Elizabeth and Patricia King, b. 22 Mar 1930, fraternal
2. Paul and Peter King, b. 12 Mar 1936, identical
My sister Janet Kings first born were twin girls(only one survived childbirth), identical
Patricia's daughter Colleen gave birth to twins, identical
Go figure.

Do you know Rhoda Phillips' fathers name? There's lots of Deerfield information here vis -a-vis the historical society. I'd be happy to do a look-up for you if you like.

As a child I heard a neat story about Jason.
He was blind in his later years and would shave blind in front of a mirror with a straight razor shaving his face and above his upper lip with nary a scratch or cut to the amazement of his grandchildren watching.

Thanks again Joan. P.S. My sister Betty is pretty excited about our correspondence. - Peter Parents: James T. KING-33641 and Sally Lilly WOLCOTT-33644.

Jenny Bell KING49864 was born on 4 December 1896 in TN.49865,49866,49867,49868,49869 She appeared in the census in January 1920 in Highlands Twp., Davidson, TN.49865 She appeared in the census in April 1930 in Davidson Co., TN.49868 Jenny appeared in the census in April 1940 in Davidson Co., TN.49869 She died on 6 December 1981 at the age of 85 in Nashville, Davidson, TN.49866,49867,49870 Buried in Spring Hill Cemetery, Nashville, TN. Her parents were both from TN, except in 1930 when they were from TN (father) and KY (mother). Could be read as Annie in 1930. She was not included in her husband's obituary as a survivor. Parents: W.P. KING-127642 and UNKNOWN-127643.

Spouse: Charles Orbra (Orbra/O.C.) TEMPLE Sr.-47949. Jenny Bell KING and Charles Orbra (Orbra/O.C.) TEMPLE Sr. were married on 8 June 1919 in Nashville, Davidson, TN.49868,49871 The ceremony was in the bride's home. Children were: Mary Ella TEMPLE-91373, Margaret L. TEMPLE-73430, Kathryn TEMPLE-73431, Aubrey J. TEMPLE-73432, Orbra Charles (O.C.) TEMPLE Jr.-74791.

Jerusha KING49872 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Benjamin STEBBINS-26509. Jerusha KING and Benjamin STEBBINS were married on 5 July 1758 in Brimfield, Hampden, MA.49872 Children were: Jotham STEBBINS-26507.

Joel Baldwin KING5242 was born on 9 August 1789 in Williamstown, Berkshire, MA.5243 Parents: John K. KING-33634 and Sarah HAWKINS-33650.

Joel Willcutt KING (private). Parents: James T. KING-33641 and Sally Lilly WOLCOTT-33644.

John KING was born in Ireland.49873 He died.

Spouse: Anna LEE-108778. Anna LEE and John KING were married before 1893. Children were: Joseph Patrick KING-82939.

John KING5241,5242 was born on 10 February 1730/1 in Marshfield, Plymouth, MA.5243,49874,49875 He was christened on 13 August 1732 in Scituate, Plymouth, MA.5243 He died on 6 March 1822 at the age of 91 in Arlington, Bennington, VT.5243 This John King is NOT the son of Mary Stowell.

C501321 -1850 0014791, 0496902 IT 1 Film documents Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts as birthplace, according to LDS site
NEHGR 20:20 John King: Volunteer in the Continental Army 1775-6 (Town of Scituate) (Could this be his son, born Apr 25, 1765, pension claim #W 12021, who married Sarah Hawkins? He was credited, but would have been only 11 years old. That John King was a fifer and Drummer in the Revolution, enlisting at age 17 in April 1782 in Captain John Mill's Company, Colonel Voss's First Massachusetts Regiment, and was discharged at Newburgh, NY, November 18, 1783. His pension application was made in April 1818 in Tioga, NY, calling him John King "of Northumberland". [Note: try Pension application S10948, for John King, Mass.)

In 1874, Elias Nason described the town of Ashfield as follows:
Ashfield is an uneven and hilly grazing-town, of 242 dwelling-houses and 1,180 inhabitants, in the south-western part of Franklin County, having Hawley and Buckland on the north, Conway on the east, Goshen on the south, and Plainfield on the west. It lies at an elevation of about 1,200 feet, on the highlands midway between Deerfield and Westfield Rivers, to the former of which it sends as tributaries Clesson's Brook, Bear and South Rivers; and to the latter, Stone's Brook and Swift River. Peter's Hill, Ridge Hill, Mill Hill, and Mount Owen, are prominent elevations; and Great Pond, covering 60 acres, near the centre of the town, is enclosed as a beautiful gem between them. Calcareous mica schist forms the geological structure. There are 225 farms, and 2,844 acres of woodland, from which large quantities of firewood, bark, and timber, are prepared for market. The town has 1, 556 sheep, the largest number owned by any town in the county. Most of these are merinos.

Tobacco is raised extensively and with profit. The principal manufacture is wooden-ware, for which the ash, birch, and maple of the forests furnish ample material. The valuation of the town is $535,272; rate of taxation, $2.33 per $100. Ashfield, as a town, insures the property of its own citizens. The town has ten saw-mills, two postal centres (Ashford [i.e., Ashfield] and South Ashford [i.e., South Ashfield]), and three churches,--one Congregational, of which the Rev. James Dingwell is pastor; one Baptist, the Rev. David Pease, pastor; and one Episcopal, at the Centre, the Rev. S. Green, rector. The number of district schools is 14; for the support of which the town appropriated $1,500 in 1871.

The place was granted to a company, or the heirs of a company, commanded by Capt. Ephraim Hunt of Weymouth, for services in an expedition to Canada in 1690; and, in honor to him, was called Huntstown. The first settler was an Irishman, named Richard Ellis, who came here about 1745. Thomas Phillips, his brother-in-law, soon followed him. The Baptist church was formed in July, 1761; the Congregational church, Feb. 22, 1763; and St. John's (Episcopal) church, in 1820.

The town was incorporated under its present name June 21, 1765; and was probably so called from Lord Thurlow of Ashfield and of the king's council. It took an active part in the war of the Revolution; one vote being to give twenty calves, by way of encouragement, to any one that should enlist for three years, and to keep them at the town's expense until the time should expire.

(Source: Nason, Elias, 1811-1887. A gazetteer of the state of Massachusetts : with numerous illustrations on wood and steel / by Elias Nason. -- Boston : B.B. Russell, 1874. -- p. 63-64)
Arlington lies in the west central part of Bennington County... Arlington was chartered July 28, 1761 and settled in 1763. The town of Arlington includes the locales of Arlington, Chiselville, East Arlington, and West Arlington.

In 1853, Zadock Thompson described the town of Arlington as follows:
ARLINGTON, a post town in Bennington county, lies in lat. 43° 4' and long. 3° 54', and contains 39 square miles. It is bounded north by Sandgate, east by Sunderland, south by Shaftsbury, and west by Salem, New York, and is situated 40 miles from Troy, 40 miles from Saratoga springs, 40 from Whitehall and 40 from Rutland. It was chartered July 28, 1761, to a number of persons mostly belonging to Litchfield, Connecticut. The first settlement was made in the year 1763, by Dr. Simon Burton, William Searls and Ebenezer Wallis. In 1764, Jehiel Hawley, Josiah Hawley, Remember Baker and Thomas Peck, removed into this town. The former was a principal land owner, and has left in this place a numerous and respectable posterity. The early records of this town were lost or destroyed in the year 1777, by Isaac Bisco, then town clerk, who became a Tory and fled to Canada. Hence the precise time the town was organized, is not known. It was about the year 1768, and Remember Baker, an active and distinguished leader in the controversy between the New Hampshire grants and New York, was the first town clerk. Thomas Chittenden was a resident in this town during the revolution, and was chosen to represent it in the first assembly after the adoption of the constitution, but, being elected governor the same year, was succeeded as representative by Ethan Allen. This town was originally settled by Episcopalians, and an Episcopal society was organized here some years before the revolution, which has existed ever since. The records of this church, which is called St. James' Church, go back to August 16, 1784. The first rector of this church was the Rev. James Nichols, settled in 1786. His salary was £20 a year, which was raised by an assessment upon "the grand list." His conduct proving irregular and unsatisfactory, he was dismissed about the year 1792, and the Rev. Russell Catlin, whose conduct proved still more exceptionable, succeeded him. In the beginning of 1803, the Rev. Abraham Bronson took charge of this church for half the time. This connexion, happy and much blessed, lasted till January, 1826. He was succeeded by the Rev. Joseph H. Coit. In 1828, Mr. C. was succeeded by the Rev. James Tappan, who, the next year, was succeeded by the Rev. Wm. S. Perkins, who resigned in 1833. Since that time the ministers have been the Rev. Luman Foote, the Rev. John Grigg and the Rev. Anson B. Hard, who is a native of the town and the present rector. The first church was erected in 1786, by a tax assessed on the grand list. In 1831 a new and elegant stone church was erected at a cost of $10,000. Total baptisms 352; present communicants 80. Arlington, lying lower than the surrounding towns, has the principal streams in the county passing through it. Roaring branch enters the eastern part of the town from Sunderland, Mill brook the southeast part from Glastonbury, Warm brook the south part from Shaftsbury, and Green river the north part from Sandgate. These streams all fall into the Battenkill, which enters the town near the northeast corner, runs southwesterly about three miles, thence nearly west about six miles further, and crosses the west line of the town into Washington county, New York. These streams afford many very excellent mill privileges, and along their banks are considerable tracts of the finest intervale land. The principal elevations are West Mountain and Red Mountain, which extend from south to north through the west part of the town. These mountains are separated by the Battenkill, in its westerly course through the township. They are covered with a considerable variety of timber, consisting of white, red and black oak, white and black birch, chestnut, hickory, &c. The soil is rich and very productive of English grain. The soil in the eastern part of the town is chiefly loam, and the timber principally beech, maple, ash, birch, elm, bass and butternut. A glade of land, three miles in len[g]th, and one in breadth, extending from north to south, near the foot of West mountain, was formerly covered with an extraordinary growth of white pine. The soil of this tract is sandy. Several extensive quarries of granular limestone or white marble, have been opened here, from which large quantities are annually taken and wrought into tombstones and for other purposes. The value of the marble manufactured in 1840 was $8,300. There is also an abundance of compact limestone from which lime, of a superior quality, is manufactured. Near Aylsworth's mills in the east part of the town, is a medicinal spring, which is resorted to by the inhabitants of the vicinity as a remedy for cutaneous diseases, ophthalmies, &c. The water is strongly impregnated with ferrugenous matter, and rather unpleasant to the taste. It contains a minute portion of hydrogen gas, but no carbonic acid. Its temperature is about the same as that of the springs in the neighborhood. Near the northeast corner of the town is a cavern which is much visited as a curiosity. Its entrance is on the east side of a steep hill, and of a capacity sufficient for one person only to enter at a time. From the entrance to the bottom it is about 20 feet, and the passage makes, with the horizon, an angle of about 45°. The cavern then extends westerly in a horizontal direction 13 rods. Its other dimensions are somewhat various in different parts of its course. Its medium width is about eight feet, and its height about the same. In some places, it contracts so as barely to admit a person to pass along, and in others expands into capacious rooms or vaults. Near the western extremity is a large room of a conical form, the sides of which are very regular. Its height from the base to the apex is more than fifty feet, and its sides are limerock incrusted with stelactites. The bottom of the cavern is mostly a fine white clay, and a stream of very pure water runs through its whole length. The road from Bennington to Rutland passes through this town. There are two houses for public worship, two grist and three sawmills, one woollen factory, one fulling mill and one tannery. Statistics of 1840.--Horses, 145; cattle, 830; sheep, 12, 005; swine, 583; wheat, bu. 743; oats, 9,025; rye, 3,556; buck wheat, 1,092; Indian corn, 5,145; potatoes, 211,212; hay, tons, 4,631; sugar, lbs. 7,420; wool, 27,750. Pop. 1,035.
(Source: Thompson, Zadock, 1796-1856. History of Vermont : natural, civil, and statistical ... / by Zadock Thompson. -- Burlington : Z. Thompson, 1853. -- pt. 3, p. 4-5)



More than 20 years before its incorporation on June 21, 1765, this hilly area known as Hunttown - named for a man who probably never saw the place. Captain Ephraim Hunt of Weymouth, like many others, was a company commander during King William's War and he was paid for his services by a grant of land. His heirs, some 46 years after the war, offered five pounds each to the first 10 settlers who would build a house and cultivate six acres.

Richard Ellis, a native of Dublin, Ireland, became the first settler, coming from Easton with his wife. Cutting trees himself, he built the first house about 1741 in the northeastern part of Ashfield. Soon after, his sister and her husband, Thomas Phillips, joined them, building a log house about a half-mile north. Then came Chileab Smith of South Hadley.

Other settlers came from time to time, several from southern Connecticut. By 1754, up to 15 families and 100 people were Ashfield residents.

Check: Manning's Bennington, Shaftsbury and Arlington (Vermont) directory : containing general directory of citizens, classified business directory, street directory and house guide, a record of the town governments, societies, churches, etc., county, state and United States governments / compiled and published by H.A. Manning Company. -- Springfield, Mass. : H.A. Manning Co.,
Holdings: LDS Family History Library (1930 in paper and on microfilm, LDS FHL microfilm number 1415263 item 9)
1790 Census:
John King View Image Online™
State: VT Year: 1790
County: Bennington Image: 0027
Township: Sunderland Roll: M637_12
(Also a Caleb King next to him on that census 1/3/3/-}

John King View Image Online™
State: MA Year: 1790
County: Hampshire Image: 0016
Township: Ashfield Roll: M637_4

1810 KING JOHN Bennington County VT 123 Sunderland Federal Population Schedule VT 1810 Federal Census Index VTS1a1893647
From an Historical Family File for John King in the Bennington Museum, Bennington, VT, compiled by Mrs. Mary Casey:

A John King, Sr. of Sunderland Vt. bur. 6 Mar 1822 at Arlington, Vt (died of Palsy) Arlington FVt 6-97-6593
Bennington Proprietors Records Bk 2 page 206

Spouse: Mary -10097. Mary and John KING were married about 1756 in Arlington or Sunderland, Bennington, VT.5243 Children were: Caleb KING-33636, Joshua KING-33638, Mary KING-33637, Zebulon KING-33639, John K. KING-33634, Susannah KING-33645, Reubah KING-33640, James T. KING-33641, Rhoda KING-4954, Enoch KING-33240.

John KING5242 was born on 30 January 1791.5243 He died on 1 January 1850 at the age of 58 in Hancock Co., IL.5243 Parents: John K. KING-33634 and Sarah HAWKINS-33650.

John Edward KING (private).

Spouse: Thelma Henrietta ROBERTS-100946. Children were: John Wayne KING Sr.-100944.

John K. KING5242 was born on 25 April 1765 in Ashfield, Franklin, MA.5243 He died on 2 November 1855 at the age of 90 in Dresden, Washington, NY.5243 Parents: John KING-10096 and Mary -10097.

Spouse: Sarah HAWKINS-33650. Sarah HAWKINS and John K. KING were married about 1783.5243 Children were: Eleazer KING-33653, Abigail KING-33670, Joel Baldwin KING-33660, John KING-33671, Phebe KING-33656, James KING-33659, Hulda KING-33657, Sarah KING-33654, Rhoda KING-33672, Rachel KING-33673, Lucy KING-33658, Molly (Mary) KING-33655, William KING-33661, Lydia KING-33674, Miranda KING-33675.

Spouse: Anna Betsy HAWKINS-33648. Anna Betsy HAWKINS and John K. KING were married between 1783 and 1790 in Ashfield, Franklin, MA.5243 Possibly in Williamstown, MA.

Spouse: Sarah Stevens BOVEE-33649. Sarah Stevens BOVEE and John K. KING were married on 26 June 1831.5243 Children were: Melissa KING-33667, Nancy KING-33668, Roxanna F. KING-33669.

John P. KING was born about 1875 in Wayne Co., IA.49858 Parents: Isaac M. KING-12982 and Sarah TEMPLE-1985.

John Wayne KING Sr. (private).49876 Parents: John Edward KING-100945 and Thelma Henrietta ROBERTS-100946.

Spouse: Diana Lee CLANTON-88138. Children were: Charles Wayne KING Jr.-115811.

Johnny Kendall KING71 was born on 22 April 1932.

Spouse: Eva Dean HORTON-14383. Eva Dean HORTON and Johnny Kendall KING were married on 11 October 1957 in Portales, Roosevelt, NM.

Joseph George KING (private).

Spouse: Susan TEMPLE-38363. Children were: David Joseph KING-48065, Kathryn Karen KING-48066.

Joseph Patrick KING49877 was born in 1893 in Canajoharie, Boardman's Creek, Montgomery, NY.49873 He lived in Gouverneur, St. Lawrence, NY in 1920.49873 He died in 1973 at the age of 80. Parents: John KING-108777 and Anna LEE-108778.

Spouse: Vera Maud TEMPLE-2460. Vera Maud TEMPLE and Joseph Patrick KING were married on 16 June 1920 in Watertown, Jefferson, NY.49873

Joseph Wade KING (private).49878 Parents: Samuel Buford KING-33699 and Ethel Albert (Ethel) TEMPLE-33698.

Joshua 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.

Joyce Ann KING was born on 10 December 1928 in Indianapolis, Marion, IN.12404,49879 er obituary put the date in 1929, but her death certificate put it in 1928. She died on 1 August 2008 at the age of 79 in Danville, Vermilion, IL.12404,49879 Died of ischemic colitis and arteriosclerosis. Buried in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Greenwood, IN. She was a bookkeeper for State Farm Insurance.49879 Parents: Prince KING III-107205 and Jenny BAYGE-107206.

Spouse: John Nathaniel TEMPLE Sr.-107202. Joyce Ann KING and John Nathaniel TEMPLE Sr. were married on 3 September 1949 in Marion Co., IN.12404,49880 Children were: John Nathaniel TEMPLE Jr.-107204, Deborah (Debbie) TEMPLE-107207, Mike TEMPLE-107209, Donna Kay TEMPLE-107208, Timothy N. (Tim) TEMPLE-107210.

Julia KING49881 died.

Spouse: Saul MC CRARY-107468. Julia KING and Saul MC CRARY were married before 1899. Children were: Bessie Rea MC CRARY-107455.

Kate Mary Ann KING1053 was born in 1852 in Canada. Maiden name given as Kane in her daughter Mary's marriage to Frank Young.

Spouse: William O'GRADY-25895. Kate Mary Ann KING and William O'GRADY were married before 1882. Children were: Mary Ann O'GRADY-3211.

Katherine KING was born in 1849 in NY.37600,49882,49883 Her children gave NJ in 1900. She appeared in the census in June 1880 in De Witt, Onondaga, NY.49882 She died on 16 November 1887 at the age of 38 in Collamer, Onondaga, NY.10707,49883,49884,49885 Died as a result of childbirth. Buried in Collamer Cemetery, DeWitt, NY. Her parents were both from Germany.

Parents: Philip KING-24047 and Elizabeth FIELER-25922.

Spouse: Robert Swift (Robert) TEMPLE-5090. Katherine KING and Robert Swift (Robert) TEMPLE were married on 31 March 1873 in De Witt, Onondaga, NY.49884 Children were: Henry Elmer TEMPLE-5103, George Clarence (George) TEMPLE-5104, Louisa May (Louisa) TEMPLE-5105, Reuben E. TEMPLE-5106, Jennie Swift (Jennie) TEMPLE-5107, Ada Anna TEMPLE-5108, Florence TEMPLE-5109, Robert TEMPLE-5110.

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

Laura Jane KING was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Jesse B. TEMPLE-174468. Laura Jane KING and Jesse B. TEMPLE were married in September 1954 in Tarrant Co., TX.49886 License was dated 22 Sep 1954, which may also be the date of marriage, but there was no minister's return reported in the source.

Leo Mervin KING (private).

Spouse: Dorothy ROBINSON-75747. Children were: Robert Mervin KING-75743.

Lester A. KING20008 lived in Newport, Penobscot, ME in 1940.4396

Spouse: Kathleen Edith (Kathleen) TEMPLE-13939. Kathleen Edith (Kathleen) TEMPLE and Lester A. KING were married on 13 April 1940 in Newport, Penobscot, ME.20008

Lester Frank KING35385 was born (date unknown).

Spouse: Roberta Ada MORRISON-75739. Roberta Ada MORRISON and Lester Frank KING were married before 1939. Children were: Susan Ellen (Susan) KING-75737.

Lillian KING lived in Louisville, Jefferson, KY in 1913.49887

Spouse: Will TEMPLE-170263. Lillian KING and Will TEMPLE were married before 1913. Children were: Jack Donal TEMPLE-130709.

Lillie M. KING71,49888 was born in 1890. She died in 1961 at the age of 71. Buried in Crews Cemetery, Crews, Runnels, TX.

Spouse: Peter Franklin WHITE-58029. Lillie M. KING and Peter Franklin WHITE were married. Children were: Vivian WHITE-58305, Major Wade Wilson WHITE-58306, Ruth WHITE-58307.

Lloyd KING (private).

Spouse: Lyda M. (Lidie) TEMPLE-34927.