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DESCENDANTS OF CAPTAIN JOSEPH KING
290. Silus Sylvester KING was born on 6 May 1821 in Arcadia, NY.
He died on 21 Jan 1864.
He was married to Antoinette UNDERHILL about 1844.
Antoinette UNDERHILL was born about 1823.
She died on 17 Jan 1894.
Silus Sylvester KING and Antoinette UNDERHILL had the following children:
611 i. Marshall KING was born in 1848. He died on 10 May 1857
612 ii. Charles E. KING was born in Mar 1857. He died on 8 Sep 1878
291. Albert Clark KING was born on 1 Apr 1823 in Arcadia, NY.
He died on 17 Apr 1899.
He was married to Nancy KIPP (daughter of George KIPP) on 21 Nov 1850.
Nancy KIPP was born on 27 Dec 1825.
She died on 14 Feb 1893.
Albert Clark KING and Nancy KIPP had the following children:
+613 i. Oscar Franklin KING
+614 ii. Laura Ophelia KING
292. George Loomis KING was born on 8 Jan 1830 in Arcadia, NY.
He Lived in Ovid, NY.
He was married to Carrie Louisa PROBASCO (daughter of Christian PROBASCO and Julia CALKIN) on 16 Jun 1870 in Arcadia, Wayne, New York.
Carrie Louisa PROBASCO was born on 11 Sep 1843 in Ontario, New York.
She died after 1881 Lived in Ovid, NY.
George Loomis KING and Carrie Louisa PROBASCO had the following children:
615 i. Stanley Houghton KING was born on 14 Aug 1877 in Ovid, NY. He Lived in Ovid, NY.
+616 ii. Loa Hortense KING
293. Persis Maria KING was born on 28 Jun 1835 in Arcadia, NY.
She died on 16 Aug 1896.
She was married to DR. Tobias D. PRICHARD NO Issue.
DR. Tobias D. PRICHARD was born in 1826. He died on 8 Mar 1872.
295. Alonzo Brainard KING was born on 19 Nov 1834 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He died after 1905. He Lived in Clifton Springs, NY.
Alonzo King was a farmer in Manchester, NY. On Nov. 10, 1905 they celebrated the 50th anniversary of their marriage. To Alonzo King the compiler is indebted for the record of the descendants of Joshua Kendall King, on of the pioneers of Manchester
He was married to Mary Minerva HOES on 10 Nov 1855 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
Mary Minerva HOES was born on 20 Feb 1834 in Clifton Springs, NY.
She died after 1905 in Lived in Clifton Springs, NY.
Alonzo Brainard KING and Mary Minerva HOES had the following children:
+617 i. Eva Amanda KING
+618 ii. Wade Richard KING
+619 iii. Leora Mary KING
620 iv. George Harvey KING was born on 14 Nov 1869 in Clifton Springs, NY. He died Unmarried Clifton Springs, NY.
+621 v. Clara Amaretta KING
296. Marvin Selden KING was born on 15 Jul 1837 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. He died on 14 Mar 1865.
He was married to Harriet GALLOWAY on 19 Nov 1863 in Manchester, NY. NO Issue.
Harriet GALLOWAY was born about 1839
297. Nancy Fidelia KING was born on 22 Dec 1839 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. She died on 10 Dec 1874.
She was married to John Peter HANER on 18 Jun 1863.
John Peter HANER was born on 2 May 1842. He died on 30 Aug 1904.
Nancy Fidelia KING and John Peter HANER had the following children:
622 i. Minnie Amanda HANER was born on 24 Mar 1864.
+623 ii. Marvin John HANER
+624 iii. Phebe Estella HANER
625 iv. Marion Eugene HANER was born on 12 Sep 1869.
+626 v. Albert Pliny HANER
298. Irena Melvina KING was born on 17 Mar 1842 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
She was married to Judson Wells HOES on 27 Mar 1862 in 1st husb.
Judson Wells HOES was born on 27 Feb 1839. He died on 28 Oct 1865.
She was married to Irving Whitney COATS on 22 Dec 1875 in 2nd husb.
Irving Whitney COATS was born on 14 Nov 1836.
299. Mary Amanda KING was born on 6 Jun 1844 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. She died on 22 Nov 1887.
She was married to George Nelson SHORT JR. on 13 Mar 1867.
George Nelson SHORT JR. was born about 1843.
Mary Amanda KING and George Nelson SHORT JR. had the following children:
+627 i. Judson Eugene SHORT
300. Emma Annette KING was born on 23 Apr 1847 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
She was married to John MCCLELLAND on 24 Nov 1869.
John MCCLELLAND was born on 6 Nov 1847.
Emma Annette KING and John MCCLELLAND had the following children:
+628 i. Clarence Adelbert MCCLELLAN
+629 ii. William Harvey MCCLELLAND
+630 iii. John Clinton MCCLELLAND
301. Adelbert Harvey KING was born on 4 Jan 1851 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. He Lived in Manchester, NY.
Adelbert H King was the owner of the old homestead in Manchester, NY that his father Harvey King bought in parcels and cleared for a home.
He was married to Ann POST on 24 May 1873 in Manchester, NY.
Ann POST was born on 24 Aug 1850.
She Lived in Manchester, N.Y.
Adelbert Harvey KING and Ann POST had the following children:
631 i. Lillian Irene KING was born on 23 Apr 1875 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
632 ii. Milo KING was born on 28 Aug 1877 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. He died on 19 Aug 1880 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
+633 iii. Netta Emma KING
302. Myron Spencer KING was born on 14 Dec 1826 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. He died on 29 Oct 1871 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He was married to Caroline E. BOOTH in 1848 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
Caroline E. BOOTH was born in 1831. She died in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
Myron Spencer KING and Caroline E. BOOTH had the following children:
+634 i. Jerome Henry KING
+635 ii. Judson Booth KING
636 iii. Ella Eliza KING was born on 11 Jul 1854 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
She died on 16 Dec 1871 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
+637 iv. Edwin Myron KING
+638 v. Nettie Anna KING
304. Henry Underhill KING was born on 29 Dec 1830 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. He Lived in Phelps, NY.
He was married to Ruth E. WHITE on 5 Feb 1856.
Ruth E. WHITE was born on 22 Mar 1833. She Lived in Phelps, NY.
Henry Underhill KING and Ruth E. WHITE had the following children:
+639 i. Sarah Eliza KING
640 ii. Jessie May KING was born on 29 May 1862 in Phelps, NY. She died on 7 Aug 1890.
+641 iii. William Myron KING
305. Irving Dudley KING was born on 28 Oct 1834 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. He died on 20 May 1899 Lived in Orleans, NY.
Irving D King was a farmer and influential citizen of Phelps and resided in Orleans, New York
He was married to Harriet A. MORE on 5 Nov 1857.
Harriet A. MORE was born on 12 Dec 1838. She died on 26 May 1880 in Phelps, NY.
Irving Dudley KING and Harriet A. MORE had the following children:
+642 i. Clarence More KING
+643 ii. Marshal Wright KING
+644 iii. Alice Maria KING
306. William Murray KING was born on 27 Aug 1836 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. He died on 2 Jun 1901 in Washington, D.C.
He was buried in Orleans, NY.
William M King when but a year old his parents moved upon a farm near Orleans, NY where was spent his childhood and early manhood. A few months after the death of his first wife he moved to Washington, D.C. where he entered the employment of the government in the post office department, in which he continued, with the exception of a short period, until his death. He was buried in the cemetery within sight of the homestead of his father.
He was married to Jennie FULTON (daughter of Joseph FULTON and MRS. Clarissa FULTON) on 4 Jun 1863 in Manchester, N.Y. 1st wife NO Issue.
Jennie FULTON was born about 1840 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
She died in Jun 1864 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He was married to Maritta B. WHEELER (daughter of Lyman B. WHEELER and MRS Ann M. WHEELER) on 26 Dec 1866 in 2nd wife NO Issue.
Maritta B. WHEELER was born about 1836 in Covert, NY.
She Lived in Washington, D.C.
307. Lucy Maria KING was born on 4 Nov 1838 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. She died on 1 Nov 1903.
She was married to Frederick STOTENBURG on 5 Feb 1862.
Frederick STOTENBURG was born on 17 Aug 1834.
Lucy Maria KING and Frederick STOTENBURG had the following children:
+645 i. Adrianna STOTENBURG
646 ii. Jennie STOTENBURG was born on 21 Oct 1865.
647 iii. Carrie Maria STOTENBURG was born on 10 Jan 1868.
309. Lorenzo Francis KING was born on 22 Sep 1833 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He died on 15 Mar 1878 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He was married to Victoria A. SHORT on 3 Mar 1859 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
Victoria A. SHORT was born about 1835.
Lorenzo Francis KING and Victoria A. SHORT had the following children:
+648 i. Hubert Nelsom KING
+649 ii. Josephine Harriet KING
310. Fernando Lyman KING was born on 1 Jul 1840 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He died on 31 Jul 1905 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He was married to Frances P. SALMON on 11 Nov 1869 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
Frances P. SALMON was born on 5 Dec 1843.
Fernando Lyman KING and Frances P. SALMON had the following children:
650 i. Arthur White KING was born on 26 Jun 1873 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He died on 27 Jun 1873 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
651 ii. Arthur Sidons KING was born on 26 Jul 1875 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He died on 21 Feb 1891 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
652 iii. Lorenzo Howard KING was born on 4 May 1879 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
He died on 24 Apr 1880 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
653 iv. Lyman Irving KING was born on 29 Dec 1883 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
311. Douglas Selden KING was born on 9 Dec 1848 in Manchester, Ontario, NY. He died in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
Douglas S King was the owner of the old Joshua Kendall King homestead in Manchester, NY.
He was married to Lulu DAVIS about 1870 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
Lulu DAVIS was born about 1848. She died in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
Douglas Selden KING and Lulu DAVIS had the following children:
654 i. Charles Douglas KING was born on 12 Mar 1874 in Manchester, Ontario, NY.
314. Nelson Newton KING was born on 24 Aug 1838 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. He died on 23 Apr 1908 in Suffield Hartford CT.
He was married to Carrie FROST on 14 May 1868.
Carrie FROST was born about 1842. She was From Stonington, CT.
She Lived in Thompsonville, CT.
Nelson Newton KING and Carrie FROST had the following children:
+655 i. DR. Howard Frost KING
656 ii. Abbie Philinda KING was born on 13 Mar 1879 in Thompsonville, CT. She died on 12 May 1883 in Thompsonville, CT.
657 iii. Joseph Warren KING was born on 7 Oct 1881 in Thompsonville, CT. He died on 12 May 1882 in Thompsonville, CT.
315. REV George Olcott KING was born on 11 Apr 1841 in Suffield, Hartford, CT.
He Lived in Fredonia, N.Y. Rev George O. King was a minister at Fredonia, New York
He was married to Eliza ADAMS in 1867.
Eliza ADAMS was born about 1841 in Agawam.
She Lived in Fredonia, NY.
REV George Olcott KING and Eliza ADAMS had the following children:
658 i. Preston Adams KING was born on 10 Aug 1870 in Fredonia, NY. He died on 13 Dec 1870 in Fredonia, NY.
317. Mary Cornelia KING was born on 31 Mar 1850 in Suffield, Hartford, CT. She Lived in Cleveland, Ohio.
She was married to DR. Albert F. GREEN M.D. on 12 Mar 1889 NO Issue.
DR. Albert F. GREEN M.D. was born about 1850. He was from Cleveland, Ohio. He Lived at 1239 cedar Ave. Cleveland, Ohio.
Dr. Albert Green practiced medicine in Cleveland, Ohio
318. Helen Maria KING was born on 12 Jun 1839 in Westfield, Now Leroy, Medina, Ohio. She died on 13 Nov 1870 in Xenia, Ohio.
She was married to REV William Gilogly MOREHEAD DD. on 9 Aug 1864 in Ohio.
REV William Gilogly MOREHEAD DD. was born on 19 Mar 1836 in Norwich, Muskingum, Ohio. He died in Ohio.
Helen Maria KING and REV William Gilogly MOREHEAD DD had the following children:
+659 i. PROF Warren King MOREHEAD
660 ii. Ralph Henderson MOREHEAD was born on 27 Apr 1868 in Florence, Italy. He died on 1 Jan 1869 in Florence, Italy.
+661 iii. Helen Gulielma MOREHEAD
319. Mary Elizabeth KING was born on 18 Nov 1842 in Lima, Allen, Ohio.
She Lived in Cincinnati, Ohio.
She was married to REV Gershom Moore PETERS JR. Civil War (son of Gershom Moore PETERS and Miranda EATON) on 8 May 1873 in Xenia, Ohio.
REV Gershom Moore PETERS JR. Civil War was born on 31 Aug 1843 in Circleville, Pickaway, Ohio. He Lived in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Gershom Moore Peters was born on a farm near Circleville, Ohio. His father was a surveyor, and surveyed the present site of Columbus Ohio while it was still a dense forest. Part of the city now occupies his old farm, as does the Cemetery, which received the name, Greenlawn, from the wife of Mr. Peters Sr. Mr. Peters, when scarcely 18 years old enlisted in the 17th Reg. Ohio Volunteers for service during the Civil War. And he was with his regiment in Kentucky for seven months when he was honorably discharged and sent home to die. It was presumed of consumption, but an out door life re established his health which had always been delicate. He graduated from Denison University in Granville, Ohio in 1865, and from Rochester, NY. Theological Seminary in 1869. For 12 years he was an esteemed minister in the Baptist Church. His chief service being in Buffalo, N.Y. The death of his father in law, Joseph Warren King, leaving a large business behind with no sons to look after it, made it necessary for him to leave the ministry and assume Mr. Kings business, the duties of which were foreign to his experience and taste, but he became eminently successful.
He was the inventor of what was probably the first successful cartridge-loading machine ever used in America. His inventive genius seems to have been an inheritance from his grandfather, Louis Peters, who was extremely apt in several trades.
Mary Elizabeth KING and REV Gershom Moore PETERS JR. Civil War had the following children:
+662 i. Helen PETERS
663 ii. Betsey King PETERS was born on 24 Jun 1879 in Buffalo, NY.
Betsey K Peters was a graduate of Vassar College in 1901
320. Elouisa Fitch KING was born on 29 Jan 1845 in Lima, Allen, Ohio.
She Lived in Wilmington, Ohio.
She was married to Clinton Corwin NICHOLS on 9 Nov 1893 in Xenia, Ohio NO Issue.
Clinton Corwin NICHOLS was born about 1845 in From Wilmington, Ohio. He Lived in Wilmington, Ohio.
324. Robert Newton KING was born on 6 May 1845 in New Brunswick, NJ.
He Lived in Dayton, Ohio.
Robert Newton King while an infant his parents removed to Springfield, Mass. He was educated at the Connecticut Literary Institute at Suffield, CT. Later he was associated with his father in the commission business and the manufacture of woolen goods. After that fail and the closing down of the woolen mills he engaged in railroad contracting and in 1875 in connection with other Springfield men, took the contract to build 110 miles of R.R. which became a part of the C.H. & D. system. He afterwards became interested in manufacturing and organized the " Stilwell- Bierce-Smith-Vail Corporation" with a capital of $1,ooo, ooo and for many years was president of the company. While he occupied that position the company became the largest manufacturers of water wheels in the world; also manufacturing pumping and linseed oil machinery. He was in 1907 largely engaged in the development of water power and long distance electrical transmission, as well as interested in mining and water companies. He lived in Dayton, Ohio
He was married to Harriet SNYDER on 13 May 1879.
Harriet SNYDER was born on 30 Nov 1852. She Lived in Dayton, Ohio.
Robert Newton KING and Harriet SNYDER had the following children:
664 i. Margaret Ethel KING was born on 22 Mar 1880 in Dayton, Ohio. She died in Dayton, Ohio Unmarried.
Miss Margaret E. King, [Robert Newton, Maria Persis, who married Lyman King, John Bowker, Joseph, Capt. Joseph, James, of Suffield, residing at No. 133 West 2nd Street, Dayton Ohio, in 1908, had in her possession more than one hundred ancient documents. Consisting of deeds, bonds, receipts, inventories of estates, copies of wills, decrees of distribution, etc, executed by or relating to the affairs of the earliest ancestors of the family in America. They are the only papers of which we have knowledge, made by the very early members of the King family of Suffield, except some original public and official reports made by Capt. Joseph King, to be found among the town records of Suffield. And except also the last wills and testaments of certain members of the family still preserved on file in probate offices. All thease ancient documents were bequeathed to Miss Margaret E. King by her Grandmother, Maria Persis King, above named who was born at Suffield, CT. Oct 13 1816, and died at the residence of her Son, Mr. Robert Newton King, in Dayton, Ohio march 20, 1901. These ancient legal documents and certain wills on file at Hartford, CT disclose the very early use in America of the King coat of Arms.
665 ii. Robert Snyder KING was born on 21 Jul 1888 in Dayton, Ohio. Robert S King was a student at Yale College
326. Georgiana Maria CASE was born on 11 Jul 1842.
She Lived at Highland Park, Lake, ILL.
She was married to MAJOR William Andrew JAMES Civil war on 31 Mar 1869.
MAJOR William Andrew JAMES Civil war was born on 8 Dec 1837.
He died on 31 Dec 1893.
Major William Andrew James A veteran of the Civil War G.A.R.
Georgiana Maria CASE and MAJOR William Andrew JAMES Civil war had the following children:
+666 i. Samuel Winthrop JAMES
327. Edmund Elisha CASE was born in Apr 1844.
He was married to Clara CADWELL on 26 Apr 1871.
Clara CADWELL was born about 1846.
328. Harriet Orry BILLINGS was born on 18 Apr 1855 in Somers, CT.
She Lived in Cummington, Mass.
She was married to Robert Eugene DANIELS on 23 May 1872 in 1st husb.
She was divorced from Robert Eugene DANIELS on 8 Jan 1875.
Robert Eugene DANIELS was born about 1852.
Harriet Orry BILLINGS and Robert Eugene DANIELS had the following children:
667 i. John Bowker DANIELS was born on 21 May 1874.
He died on 3 Mar 1879.
She was married to Edward Augustus ARNOLD on 28 Dec 1875 in 2nd husb.
Edward Augustus ARNOLD was born about 1855. He Lived at Cummington, Mass.
Harriet Orry BILLINGS and Edward Augustus ARNOLD had the following children:
+668 i. George Augustus ARNOLD
+669 ii. Herbert Henry ARNOL
670 iii. Welcome ARNOLD was born on 26 Jan 1881. Welcome was a carpenter
671 iv. Howard Ernest ARNOLD was born on 10 Feb 1891
672 v. Gurdon Clifford ARNOLD was born on 3 Jan 1893
673 vi. Hattie Satira ARNOLD was born on 21 Aug 1896
She died on 20 Feb 1900.
329. Juliette King BREWER was born on 31 May 1861 in Hartford, CT.
She was married to Patrick DOWD on 13 May 1878.
Patrick DOWD was born about 1858.
He died on 21 Oct 1894 in Killed by Electric car.
Juliette King BREWER and Patrick DOWD had the following children:
674 i. Edwin Samuel DOWD was born on 13 Jan 1879.
He Lived in Boston, Mass Unmarried.
675 ii. Frederick William DOWD was born on 3 Mar 1881.
He Lived in Providence, RI. Unmarried.
330. Harriet E. PARK was born on 20 May 1854.
She was married to David C. WELLING on 14 Aug 1878.
David C. WELLING was born on 25 Oct 1851 in Columbus, Ohio.
He died on 8 Dec 1887.
Harriet E. PARK and David C. WELLING had the following children:
+676 i. Faith E. WELLING
+677 ii. Park H. WELLING
678 iii. David Augustus WELLING was born on 4 Aug 1884.
He died on 22 Feb 1905.
331. William Dwight PARK was born on 10 Aug 1856. He Lived in Columbus, Ohio.
He was married to Clara CHERRY on 13 May 1880.
Clara CHERRY was born about 1858 in Delaware, Ohio.
She Lived in Columbus, Ohio.
William Dwight PARK and Clara CHERRY had the following children:
+679 i. Aurelia Bell PARK
680 ii. William Cherry PARK was born on 1 Mar 1884
681 iii. Myrta Frances PARK was born on 28 Jan 1887
682 iv. Howard I. PARK was born on 11 Jun 1889
333. Howard Courtland PARK was born on 7 Mar 1863.
He Lived in Columbus, Ohio.
He was married to Martha SELLS on 1 Oct 1891.
Martha SELLS was born about 1865. She Lived in Columbus, Ohio.
Howard Courtland PARK and Martha SELLS had the following children:
683 i. Elizabeth PARK was born on 4 Feb 1895 in Columbus, Ohio.
684 ii. Warren Sells PARK was born on 11 Mar 1898 in Columbus, Ohio.
685 iii. Martha PARK was born on 21 Sep 1901 in Columbus, Ohio.
334. Mary K. PARK was born on 28 May 1866. She died in Lived in Columbus, Ohio.
She was married to Charles MILLER on 7 Jan 1903.
Charles MILLER was born about 1866. He Lived in Columbus, Ohio.
344. Augusta Granger KING was born on 11 Feb 1841 in Albion, N.Y.
She Lived in Albion, NY.
She was married to DR. J.G. DOLLEY MD on 17 Jun 1872 in Albion, NY.
DR. J.G. DOLLEY MD was born about 1837 in Albion, NY.
He died on 8 Jun 1904 in Albion, NY. Mr. Dolly was a DR. in Albion, NY.
Augusta Granger KING and DR. J.G. DOLLEY MD had the following children:
686 i. Louise Hart DOLLEY was born on 10 Jun 1873 in Albion, NY.
687 ii. Francis King DOLLEY was born on 31 Jul 1875 in Albion, NY
345. Major Charles Albert KING Civil War was born on 14 Apr 1844 in Albion, NY. He died on 5 Mar 1885 in Albion, NY.
Charles Albert King enlisted in the 151st NY. Volunteers on Aug 30, 1862 made quartermaster May 25, 1863; discharged from duty June 26, 1865. Was in the Orleans County NY. National Bank from 1867 until his death at which time he was Asst. Cashier.
Their children were born in Albion, NY.
He was married to Ellen Marie HUNT (daughter of Samuel HUNT and Mrs. Marie HUNT) on 20 Jun 1867 in Marathon, Cortland, NY.
Ellen Marie HUNT was born on 31 Aug 1844 in Maine, NY.
She died in Lived in Albion, NY.
Major Charles Albert KING Civil War and Ellen Marie HUNT had the following children:
688 i. Henry Hunt KING was born on 16 Aug 1874 in Albion, NY. He Lived in Buffalo, NY.
Henry Hunt King graduated from Rochester, New York Business College in 1892. Served as individual bookkeeper in Orleans County NY. National Bank 1892-1902 as general bookkeeper with the Medina NY. Quarry Co. 1902-1904, resigning to become head bookkeeper with the Union stockyards Bank of Buffalo, NY. He was a member of the Renovation Lodge # 97, F.A.M. of Albion, N.Y. Monroe Commander F.A.M. Rochester, NY. He was a Republican in politics and was a delegate to the Republican county state convention at the age of 22, being the youngest delegate ever sent to a New York State Convention of the Republican party. He was a delegate to the State Convention in 1896,1898, and 1904, and Republican county chairman in 1898 to 1903. Was on Gov. Roosevelt's special train between Albany and Buffalo when Roosevelt was a candidate for Vice President of the U.S.
+689 ii. Marjorie KING
348. Eliphalet Roger FINCH was born on 17 Nov 1850.
He was married to Harriet L. HOLMES on 4 Aug 1897.
Harriet L. HOLMES was born about 1850.
349. Harvey Lewis FINCH was born on 29 Jul 1856 in Jonesville, New York. He died on 16 Sep 1919 in Saratoga Springs, NY.
He was married to Abigail Sammons WINEGAR on 7 Nov 1886.
Abigail Sammons WINEGAR was born in Nov 1863 in Amsterdam, New York. She died on 2 Sep 1902 in Saratoga Springs, NY.
Harvey Lewis FINCH and Abigail Sammons WINEGAR had the following children:
+690 i. Reynolds Winegar FINCH
691 ii. Harriet Christina FINCH was born on 16 May 1892 in Saratoga, Springs, NY.
692 iii. Mary Elizabeth FINCH was born on 28 Dec 1897 in Saratoga, Springs, NY.
693 iv. Abbe Winegar FINCH was born on 21 Jun 1902 in Saratoga Springs, NY.
351. Roswell Herbert KING was born on 10 Sep 1859 in Brooklyn, N.Y.
He Lived in Brooklyn, NY.
Roswell King was a prominent and successful lawyer, having his offices on Nassau St New York City, and his residence was in Brooklyn, NY.
He was married to Bella P. LOVELEE on 8 Jul 1885.
Bella P. LOVELEE was born about 1864. She Lived in Brooklyn, NY.
Roswell Herbert KING and Bella P. LOVELEE had the following children:
694 i. Eliphalet Harold KING was born on 27 Jun 1889 in Brooklyn, NY. He died on 26 Aug 1892 in Brooklyn, NY.
695 ii. Roswell Bond KING was born on 4 Aug 1891 in Brooklyn, NY. He died on 9 Jul 1892 in Brooklyn, NY.
696 iii. Margaret Christina KING was born on 12 Jun 1895 in Brooklyn, NY.
697 iv. Arthur Lovelee KING was born on 31 Jul 1896 in Brooklyn, NY.
698 v. Robert Kinney KING was born on 16 Jul 1900 in Brooklyn, NY.
699 vi. Edward Griswold KING was born on 24 Nov 1903 in Brooklyn, NY.
352. Harriet Christina KING was born on 26 Jul 1852 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.
She was married to William Spencer KENNEDY (son of REV Duncan KENNEDY DD. and Clarissa SPENCER) on 30 Oct 1888 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.
William Spencer KENNEDY was born about 1852.
353. Edwin Arthur KING was born on 19 Jun 1857 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY. He Lived in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.
Mr. Edwin J. King was an attorney and counselor of law who practiced in partnership with his Father, Harvey J. King Esq. under the firm name of King & King at Troy, NY. He was also Referee in bankruptcy for Rensselaer and Washington Counties, NY.
He was married to Annie L. BEACH on 4 Sep 1884 in Rochester, Monroe, NY.
Annie L. BEACH was born about 1857. SHE Lived in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.
Edwin Arthur KING and Annie L. BEACH had the following children:
700 i. Arthur Beach KING was born on 30 Jan 1887 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY.
Arthur B King prepared for college at Troy Academy and was Valedictorian of his class in June 1904. Entered Williams College in Sept. 1904 and remained there one year. Entered Union University as a sophomore in Sept. 1905
355. Not known KING was born about 1826 in Hammond, St Lawrence, New York. She died before 1865 in PER Her Fathers Will.
She was married to Joseph FULLER
Joseph H. FULLER was born in 1830.
Joseph Fuller was listed in Henry Kings will as Husband of his deceased Daughter. He was also listed in the 1850 census of St. Lawrence County as living at the King Hotel, A Carpenter age 20
Not known KING and Joseph H. FULLER had the following children:
701 i. Joseph FULLER was born about 1848 Living in Wisconsin in 1865.
357. Cornelia KING was born in 1830 in Hamond, ST.Lawrence CO. NY.
She died on 30 Jun 1852.
She was married to Ebenezer BRIGGS
Ebenezer BRIGGS (son of Joseph BRIGGS and MRS Sarah BRIGGS) was born in 1825 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.
He was Living in Louisville, NY. in 1865.
Ebenezer Briggs, From the records of St Lawrence Co. New York
[From the Administrators Oath of office.] In the matter of the personal Estate of Henry King Late of Hammond, Deceased, St Lawrence County. I Henry C King of Hammond, and I Ebenezer Briggs of Louisville, in said county do severally swear that I will honestly and faithfully discharge the duties of Administer of the goods, chattels and credits of Henry King late of Hammond in said county according to law. Sworn this 2nd day of March 1865
Cornelia KING and Ebenezer BRIGGS had the following children:
702 i. Emma J BRIGGS was born about 1847. She was Living in Louisville, NY. 1865.
703 ii. Myron D BRIGGS was born about 1848. He was Living in Louisville, NY. 1865.
704 iii. Ida C BRIGGS was born about 1850. She was living in Louisville, NY. 1865.
705 iv. REV. Ebenezer H BRIGGS was born about 1852.
He was Living in Louisville, NY. 1865
359. HENRY CLINTON KING [He went by Clinton Henry King] was born on 20 Dec 1832 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.
He was buried in 1885 in Rarick Cemetery Hammond, NY.
He died on 3 Feb 1885 in Hammond, ST.Lawrence, NY.
His RELATION in G Grandfather of William M Worth.
He ran the King Hotel and farm in South Hammond, and was also a J.P. He passed the property on to his son Myron Wallace King.
He was an Administer of his Fathers estate. From the records of St. Lawrence Co. Canton, NY. [Administrators Oath of Office].
In the matter of the personal estate of Henry King, Late of Hammond deceased St Lawrence County. I Henry C King of Hammond, and I Ebenezer Briggs of Louisville, in said county, do severally solemnly swear that I will, honestly and faithfully discharge the duties of Administrator of goods, chattels, and credits of Henry King late of Hammond in said County according to law. Sworn this 2nd day of March 1865
From the Index to Deeds 1802 to 1892 at Canton, St. Lawrence, New York LDS Film 886544
Henry C King to Joseph Picket Book 94A page 378 April 15 1873 Hammond
" to Emma J Briggs Book 97C pages 543 and 538 March 3 1874 Hammond
He was married to JANE ANTOINETTE PHILLIPS (daughter of CHRISTOPHER PHILLIPS and LETITIA WARRENNY) on 11 Jun 1856 in Hamond, ST.Lawrence, NY.
JANE ANTOINETTE PHILLIPS was born on 8 Aug 1834 in Hamond, ST.Lawrence, NY.
She was buried in 1903 in Rarick Cemetery Hamond, NY.
She died on 20 Jan 1903 in Hamond, ST.Lawrence, NY.
She is RELATION in G Grandmother of William M Worth.
HENRY CLINTON KING He went by Clinton Henry King and JANE ANTOINETTE PHILLIPS had the following children:
+706 i. Edwin Gilbert KING
+707 ii. MYRON WALLACE KING
369. Alfred Henry KING was born on 21 May 1846 in Marengo, ILL.
He Lived in Dallas, Texas.
He was married to Susan C. DICKINSON on 1 Aug 1882 in 1st wife.
Susan C. DICKINSON was born about 1849.
She died on 24 Aug 1895 NO Issue They Adopted a Daughter Mabel King.
He was married to Dora ROWE on 11 Aug 1897 in 2nd Wife.
Dora ROWE was born about 1876 in Marengo, ILL.
She Lived in Dallas, Texas.
Alfred Henry KING and Dora ROWE had the following children:
708 i. Mabel KING [Adopted] was born about 1898 in Marengo, ILL. She Lived in Texas.
370. Mary Elizabeth PARLOW was born on 17 May 1833 in Westfield, Mass.
She was married to MR. HOWISON about 1854 in 1st husb. NO Issue.
MR. HOWISON was born about 1833. He died in 1855.
She was married to Robert HANCOCK about 1856 in 2nd husb.
Robert HANCOCK was born about 1833. He died on 25 Aug 1863.
Mary Elizabeth PARLOW and Robert HANCOCK had the following children:
709 i. Mary HANCOCK was born on 3 Jul 1857.
She died on 1 Jan 1892 Unmarried.
+710 ii. Robert HANCOCK.
711 iii. Lucy F. HANCOCK was born in 1861.
She died in Mar 1864.
She was married to Ansel PACKARD about 1868 in 3rd Husb.
Ansel PACKARD was born about 1833. He died on 5 Jul 1884.
Mary Elizabeth PARLOW and Ansel PACKARD had the following children:
+712 i. Carrie PACKARD
371. George Henry PARLOW was born on 18 Oct 1838 in Westfield, Mass.
He was buried in 1896 in ST. Paul. Minn.
He died on 9 Apr 1896 in ST. Paul, Minn.
Mr. PARLOW was one of the old settlers of St. Paul and owned the stagecoaches that brought the mail to St. Paul before the railroads reached the State of Minnesota. Thereafter he engaged in the livery business.
He was married to Sarah Rebecca MARTIN (daughter of William Henry MARTIN and Martha Jane MERCHANT) on 4 Jan 1863 in Hudson, Wis.
Sarah Rebecca MARTIN was born about 1842.
George Henry PARLOW and Sarah Rebecca MARTIN had the following children:
713 i. Mary Ellen PARLOW was born on 14 Nov 1866 in Hudson, Wis. She died on 4 Jul 1896 Unmarried.
+714 ii. Annie Frances PARLOW
+715 iii. Lucy Ann King PARLOW
716 iv. George William PARLOW was born on 19 Jul 1881 in ST. Paul, Minn. He was in charge of the auditing Dept. of the Great Western, Rail Road.
372. William Otis PARLOW was born on 18 Aug 1839 in Westfield, Mass.
He died on 18 Aug 1883 in Westfield, Mass.
He was married to Sarah LEATHERS
Sarah LEATHERS was born about 1840 in England.
William Otis PARLOW and Sarah LEATHERS had the following children:
717 i. Ella Malard PARLOW was born on 13 Jan 1869 in Westfield, Mass. She Lived in Concord NH. Unmarried.
375. COL Cameron Haight KING was born on 21 Dec 1844 in Lima, NY. [Near Rochester, NY] He Lived in San Francisco, Calif.
He was buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, San Francisco, Calif.
"Honor and shame from no condition Rise Act well your part, there all the honor lies " By Pope
From the Introduction, to his book The King Family of Suffield CT.
" Whatever may be one's responsibly to his descendants for their moral or physical characters, it is certain that no person is entitled either to credit or blame for the virtues or vices, the greatness or lowliness of his ancestors. Yet knowledge of whom they were, whence they come, and what pursuits they followed, is usually of interest too most men. If among them is found here and there some one who was eminent or distinguished in the times in which he lived, his descendants may be pardoned for feeling that natural pride of one kinsman in the achievements of another. Even between two friends the success of one is a source of gratification to the other. Influenced by some such feeling I venture to hope that the following remarks on the origin of the family names in general and of the surname KING in particular, the short sketch of the King family in Great Britain, and especially the genealogical and historical record of one branch of the King family, which has now been established in America for nearly two, and a half centuries-- eleven generations of which have lived upon her soil  And many members of which have fought to establish and perpetuate the great Republic under which we live and to preserve the liberty we enjoy---may not prove uninteresting to those who are connected by blood with that family. Many years ago my Father, George Eliphalet King Esq. exhibited to me an old manuscript which gave some account of my Great- Grandfather, Lt. Eliphalet King. His service as an officer in the Continental Army, his presence at the battle of Bunker Hill and his participation in many other engagements during the struggle of the American Colonies for independence. After my Fathers death in 1897 I discovered that old manuscript had been accidentally destroyed and I resolved to supply its loss by collecting from authentic sources, such as data concerning the lives of my American ancestors as could be conveniently obtained. My intention at first was to write merely a concise history of my own immediate ancestors beginning with William Kinge who was the first of our family to come to America. Before I had proceeded far with my self appointed task I was urged to extend the scope of my investigations so as to include some research concerning our English ancestry. And also embrace, as far as possible, the various branches of the family in America, which are scattered over many States of the union. In an unguarded moment without fully realizing the vast amount of labor it involved I rashly consented and began the compilation of this Genealogy. Eight years have elapsed since then and during that period I have devoted all the time, which I could spare from my professional duties to this work. It has necessitated the investigation of parish records in England and of many Church and Town records in New England. The searching of probate courts and land records. Title examination of numerous ancient and modern deeds, wills and documents relating to members of the King family; the carrying on of a very extensive correspondence as a means of obtaining more accurate information; and the collection generally of the material which is herein presented to the reader. Members of the same family sometimes differ as to dates. A few records will be found incomplete, but generally- this is due to the failure of persons to make reply to repeated letters of inquiry. And though I have exercised the greatest possible care to avoid errors. Undoubtedly some will be discovered in the book. Not withstanding these imperfections I am content with the work. I have done the best I could do and I sincerely hope that my kinsmen who read these pages may also be satisfied with my effort."
Col. Cameron Haight King was born near Rochester, New York in 1844 and completed his education at the university of Rochester, class of 1863. Col. King comes from a race of lawyers. His father was a prominent lawyer of Western New York and his ancestral grandfather Fletcher M Haight, was judge of the U.S. District Court in California. Col. King was engaged in mining in Montana from 1865 to 1868 but came to California in 1868 at the request of his uncle, Henry H. Haight, who was then Governor of the State. He was appointed Executive Secretary of the Governor and at the same time began the study of law in his uncle's office and was admitted to the practice of law April 14, 1873, by the Supreme Court. In 1870, Col King was elected the Secretary of the Code Commission of which Col. Creed Haymond was Chairman and John C. Burch and Charles Lindley afterwards succeeded by Charles A. Tuttle, were members. Col King assisted in the compilation of the Codes and in the annotation of the Commissioners edition and gave marked evidence of unusual legal ability. For a number of years Col King was connected with the State Militia and was a Lieutenant Colonel on the staff of the Governor of California. One of the first efforts of Col. King at the bar was his able defense of the notorious Charles Mortimer, who had committed many murders and was finally hanged at Sacramento, Ca. for the murder of Mrs. Gibson. Col. King also successfully defended Edward J. Muybridge, the photographer, for the killing of Harry Larkins. In this trial at Napa City. The young lawyer displayed his oratorical powers to great advantage and divided the honors with Hon. Wirt Pendegast etc. In civil practice, in the contest of the will of John S. Manson, Col King and Hon. Arthur Rogers, his partner, received for their services a fee of $33,000. In the suit of Smith vs. San Francisco he recovered for his client $66,000 for lumber burned on Beale St. Warf during the Denis Kearney anti Chinese agitation. Etc. From 1881 to 1888 Col. King was absent from California, during a portion of which time he was traveling. In 1885 he was engaged with a lawsuit in Arizona. In that year also, he was appointed by President Grover Cleveland, Special U.S. Attorney for Arizona. In 1866, He was appointed by the Gov. and Legislature of Arizona as Commissioner to revise its laws. Col. King was made chairman of the commission and the rapidity of his work has been frequently extolled. All the preexisting laws of the Territory were repealed in toto and a new Code, or revised Statutes as was called, was enacted, all vested rights were preserved. Upon the completion of the revision of the laws of Arizona, Col King was appointed, by the Governor, Commissioner of Immigration, and finally resigned from this office to resume the practice of his profession in San Francisco. On his return to San Francisco Col. King as attorney for Duncan F. Macdonald was successful in an action to establish Macdonald's partnership right to one half of property valued at $250,000 standing in the name of Captain Charles E. S. Macdonald who came to California in 1850. Col King was a Tilden President Elector in 1876 and has been honored by his party with the State Senatorial nomination for his district.
He was married to Anna Eliza BEVERIDGE (daughter of David Forney BEVERIDGE and Hannah Rebecca WINN) on 2 Apr 1873 in Sacramento, Calif. 1st Wife.
Anna Eliza BEVERIDGE was born on 13 Jun 1851 in Benicia, Salano, Calif. She died on 1 Jul 1879 in San Francisco, Calif.
COL Cameron Haight KING and Anna Eliza BEVERIDGE had the following children:
+718 i. LT. George Cameron KING
+719 ii. Lochiel Montrose KING
+720 iii. Cameron Haight KING
He was married to Ella Jane BROWN (daughter of Charles Mar BROWN and Frances Sarah BRIDGEWOOD) on 17 Oct 1881 in New York City, NY. 2nd wife.
Ella Jane BROWN was born on 23 Mar 1863 in ST Helena, Napa, Calif.
She died on 22 Jan 1901 in San Francisco, Calif.
She was buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery. San Francisco, Calif.
COL Cameron Haight KING and Ella Jane BROWN had the following children:
721 i. Janet Cameron KING was born on 29 May 1894 in San Francisco, Calif.
She was baptized on 5 Mar 1895 in Episcopal Church of St. John the Evangelist San Francisco, CA.
She was confirmed on 19 May 1907 in St. Stephens Episcopal Church San Francisco, CA. She Lived in San Francisco, Calif.
376. Mary Remington HOYT was born on 12 Nov 1836 in Mason N.H.
She died on 9 Feb 1883 in ST Paul, Minn.
She was married to Charles Edward DEXTER on 29 Aug 1855 in 1st husb.
Charles Edward DEXTER was born about 1836.
Mary Remington HOYT and Charles Edward DEXTER had the following children:
+722 i. Mary Eliza DEXTER
+723 ii. Charles Hoyt DEXTER
She was married to Henry Augustus WILSON on 1 Jan 1870 in Hudson, Wis. 2nd husb. No issue
Henry Augustus WILSON was born about 1835. He died on 24 Dec 1884 in ST. Paul, Minn.
379. Martha Eliza KING was born on 16 May 1852 in New Ipswich, NH.
She Lived in Minneapolis, Minn.
She was married to William Russell WILCOX on 21 Jun 1893 NO Issue They Adopted a Daughter.
William Russell WILCOX was born about 1850. He was From Minneapolis, Minn. He Lived in Minneapolis, Minn.
Martha Eliza KING and William Russell WILCOX had the following children:
724 i. Ione WILCOX Adopted was born about 1875
382. Annie Cora KING was born on 19 Feb 1860 in New Ipswich, N.H.
She was married to Frank H. BABCOCK on 20 Apr 1890 NO Issue.
Frank H. BABCOCK was born about 1860
383. Charles Philip KING was born on 20 Jun 1862 in East Boston, Mass
He Lived in Boston, Mass.
He was married to Josephine KING in 1886 in 1st wife.
Josephine KING was born about 1862.
He was married to Jessie BUCHANNAN (daughter of Malcolm BUCHANNAN and MRS. Jessie BUCHANNAN) on 2 Sep 1892 in Mass. 2nd wife.
Jessie BUCHANNAN was born about 1865 in Prince Edward Island.
She Lived in Boston, Mass.
Charles Philip KING and Jessie BUCHANNAN had the following children:
725 i. Charles Henry KING was born on 28 Jan 1894 in Boston, Mass.
726 ii. Louis Cameron KING was born on 12 May 1896 in Boston, Mass.
727 iii. Malcolm Chester KING was born on 20 Mar 1899 in Boston, Mass.
384. Louis Henry KING Twin was born on 8 Sep 1867 in Boston, Mass.
He Lived in Lewiston, Idaho.
Louis H King was engaged in mining in Idaho
He was married to Gertrude COLE on 12 Sep 1899.
Gertrude COLE was born about 1870. She Lived in Lewiston, Idaho.
Louis Henry KING Twin and Gertrude COLE had the following children:
728 i. Cameron Francis Xavier KING was born on 2 Jul 1900 in Lewiston, Idaho.
385. George Cameron KING Twin was born on 8 Sep 1867 in Boston, Mass.
He Lived in Minneapolis, Minn.
George C King was a Church and house decorator in Minneapolis, Minn.
He was married on 20 Dec 1902 in Minneapolis, Minn.
George Cameron KING Twin had the following children:
729 i. Virginia KING was born in Oct 1903 in Minneapolis, Minn.
387. Ella Frances HOYT was born on 13 Mar 1850 in ST. Croix falls, Wis. She Lived in Hudson, Wis.
Graduated from Appleton Academy, New Ipswich, NH Classical course 1871.
She Married in Hudson, Wis. Dr. Charles Fredrick King M.D. They lived in Hudson, Wisconsin for over 30 years
She was married to DR. Charles Frederick KING M.D. (son of William Pierce KING) on 18 May 1875 in Hudson, Wis.
DR. Charles Frederick KING M.D. was born on 14 Sep 1844 in Buffalo, N.Y. He Lived in Hudson, Wis.
He was a Graduate of Rush Medical College, Chicago, ILL 1873
Ella Frances HOYT and DR. Charles Frederick KING M.D. had the following children:
+730 i. Lucile KING
731 ii. Otis Hoyt KING was born on 8 Dec 1878 in Hudson, Wis.
He died in Dental School in Milwaukee, Wis.
Graduate of Hudson, Wis. High School 1900, Studied surveying and electricity two years. Class of 1905 Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons [Dental Dept.] Milwaukee.
+732 iii. Eliza Bellows KING
733 iv. Kenneth KING was born on 31 Aug 1886 in Manden, ND.
He died on 20 May 1887 in Hudson, Wis.
734 v. Amos Jefferson KING was born on 11 Jan 1889 in Hudson, Wis. Class of 1906 Hudson, Wis. High School
388. Anna Preston HOYT was born on 3 Sep 1851 in ST. Croix falls, Wis.
She Lived in New Richmond, Wis.
She was a graduate of Appleton Academy, New Ipswich, NH. Classical course 1873 She Lived in New Richmond Wis. where their children were born
She was married to DR. Frank William EPLEY M.D. on 20 Jun 1877 in Hudson, Wis.
DR. Frank William EPLEY M.D. was born on 19 Aug 1851 in Springwater, NY.
He Lived in New Richmond, Wis. Graduated Rush Medical college in Chicago, ILL 1877.
He was also Mayor of New Richmond, Wis. 1902
Anna Preston HOYT and DR. Frank William EPLEY M.D. had the following children:
735 i. Grace Elsie EPLEY was born on 11 Aug 1878 in New Richmond, Wis. She Lived in New Richmond, Wis.
She was a Graduate of New Richmond, Wis. High School in 1897 and of Oberlin, Ohio kindergarten Training School and Normal Music course in Oberlin Conservatory of Music. She was a teacher in Kindergarten and supervisor of vocal music in New Richmond schools
736 ii. Dr. Otis Hoyt EPLEY M.D. was born on 4 Nov 1880 in New Richmond, Wis.
Graduate New Richmond, Wis. High School 1899. He was A Student of the Univ. of Minnesota 1900-1902, Graduate Rush Medical College, Chicago, ILL. 1904
737 iii. Mabel EPLEY was born on 8 Nov 1882 in New Richmond, Wis.
Graduate New Richmond, Wis. High School 1900; of Normal Training Class and Student of Music and harmony, Oberlin Conservatory 1903-1904
738 iv. Mary EPLEY was born on 21 Jan 1885 in New Richmond, Wis.
Graduate of New Richmond Wis. High School 1902 Student
Oberlin Conservatory of Music and school of art 1904-1905
739 v. Samuel Cedric EPLEY was born on 10 Nov 1889 in New Richmond, Wis.
391. Ida Maria HOYT was born on 1 Apr 1857 in Hudson, Wis.
She Lived in Minneapolis, Minn. Graduate University of Wisconsin 1879
She was married to Edmund Deveraux SEWALL on 19 Oct 1888 in New Richmond, Wis.
Edmund Deveraux SEWALL was born on 12 Apr 1855.
He Lived in Minneapolis, Minn.
Ida Maria HOYT and Edmund Deveraux SEWALL had the following children:
740 i. Katherine Hoyt SEWALL was born on 19 Apr 1890 in Minneapolis, Minn.
She died on 18 Jul 1892 in Minneapolis, Minn.
741 ii. Winifred Hoyt SEWALL was born on 2 Sep 1893 in Minneapolis, Minn.
392. Harriet King HOYT was born on 2 Apr 1859 in Hudson, Wis.
She Lived in Crookston, Minn.
She was married to John Alexander WYAND on 24 Jun 1877 in Prob. Hudson, Wis.
John Alexander WYAND was born on 22 Sep 1853. He Lived in Crookston, Minn.
Harriet King HOYT and John Alexander WYAND had the following children:
+742 i. Mary Elizabeth WYAND
743 ii. Ida Lucile WYAND was born on 30 Oct 1883 in Crookston, Minn. She Lived in Crookston, Minn.
She was a schoolteacher and Society editor Crookston Journal
744 iii. Walter Hoyt WYAND was born on 18 Jul 1887 in Crookston, Minn.
393. Eliza Bellows HOYT was born on 12 Nov 1861 in Hudson, Wis.
She Lived in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Graduate University of Wisconsin 1883
She was married to REV William R. REYNOLDS on 16 Jun 1886.
REV William R. REYNOLDS Lived in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Eliza Bellows HOYT and REV William R. REYNOLDS had the following children:
745 i. Hugh Williamson REYNOLDS was born on 31 Jul 1888 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
746 ii. Otis Hoyt REYNOLDS was born on 12 Sep 1889 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
747 iii. William Frederick REYNOLDS was born on 29 May 1891 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
748 iv. David McKinney REYNOLDS was born on 18 Sep 1894 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
749 v. Margaretta REYNOLDS was born on 27 Dec 1895 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
750 vi. Eugene Fisher REYNOLDS was born on 1 Apr 1897 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
396. Charles O Meara EDSON was born on 23 Oct 1857 in Chester, VT.
He Lived in Roxbury, Mass.
He was a selectman of West Brookfield, Mass. 1889-1892; Town Clerk 1899-1900;
Representative in the Legislature 1900. Removed to Roxbury, Mass. in 1901 and went into the grocery business there.
He was married to Cora L. RICHARDS on 10 Jun 1884 in West Brookfield, Mass.
Cora L. RICHARDS was born on 26 Sep 1862 in West Brookfield, Mass. She Lived in Roxbury, Mass.
Charles O Meara EDSON and Cora L. RICHARDS had the following children:
751 i. Ethel King EDSON was born on 11 Mar 1886 in West Brookfield, Mass.
She died on 22 Feb 1888 in West Brookfield, Mass.
752 ii. Evelyn EDSON was born on 14 Mar 1890 in West Brookfield, Mass.
753 iii. Earl Raymond EDSON was born on 16 Jun 1892 in West Brookfield, Mass.
754 iv. Robert Adams EDSON was born on 21 Jan 1894 in West Brookfield, Mass.
399. Rear Admiral James Augustin GREER was born on 28 Feb 1833 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
He died on 17 Jun 1904 in Washington, D.C. age 72.
He was buried on 19 Jun 1904 in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D.C. Obituary notice of Admiral James A Greer from the Army and Navy Journal of June 25,1904
" Rear Admiral James A Greer U.S Navy Retired, died at his home 2010 Hillyer Place Washington, D.C. June 17 in his seventy second year. He had been in poor health for the past 3 months and had been confined to his bed. Admiral Greer, who was born in Ohio, had a notable record of Service. He was appointed midshipman Jan 10,1848. In 1854 he was promoted to the rank of passed midshipman and in 1855 to that of master. He was commissioned a Lieutenant in 1855,and while on board the San Jacinto in 1861 assisted in the removal of Mason and Slidell from the English Mail Steamer Trent. He was made a Lt. Commander in 1862, and commanded at different times the Ironclad Carondelet and Benton, and a division of Rear Admiral Porter's Squadron in the Mississippi River. In the passage of Vicksburg, April 16,1863 he fought the Batteries of Grand Gulf for 5 hours and in the combined attack on that city he was almost constantly under fire for 45 days. He had charge of the navel station at Mound City, ILL in 1864, and soon thereafter was given command of the flagship Blackhawk, which position he held until Feb. 1865. He was commissioned a Commander in 1866 and commanded the purchased steamer Tigress when she went to the Polaris Relief Expedition, discovering the lost ship wrecked on the coast of Greenland, he crew having gone south in search of aid. Before returning South himself Commander Greer cruised for some time in northern waters looking for the survivors and taking notes. In 1876 he was made a Captain, and as such had command of the training Frigate Constitution, and later the sloop Consitlation. He was employed afterwards in taking U.S. exhibits to La Have, France for the Paris Exposition. For a time he commanded the steamer Hartford at the South Atlantic station. He was a member of the naval board of inspection later and president of the naval examination and retiring boards from 1885 until 1887. In 1886 he was commissioned as a Commodore, and the following year was appointed acting Rear Admiral. He commanded the European Squadron from 1887 to 1889. In 1889 he was president of the board of organization tactics and drills, and was fulfilling other duties. He was commissioned a Rear Admiral in 1892,and after that time was again president of the naval examining and retiring boards. He was retired Feb 28,1895, and spent the rest of his life with his family in Washington. He was stationed at the navy yard in Washington for many years. The funeral took place Sunday afternoon June 19, with Military honors. And interment was at Arlington. Rev. Dr. Alfred Harding, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church conducted the service. He leaves a daughter Byrd Page Greer and 2 sons all of who live in Washington. His wife died 4 years ago."
The Dayton, Ohio Journal also said
" The death of Rear Admiral Greer retired, removes a noteworthy link between the old and the new in the history of the U.S. Navy. His youthful years of service belong to time when there were still sloops and frigates and line of battle ships, when a man-of-war carried the population of a town and rows on rows of cannon. He witnessed the introduction of steamships into the navy. And all the changes from the wooden vessel to the modern floating castle of steel. From broad sides of 64 and upwards of old smooth bore guns that were best fought at a distance of a few hundred feet to long great steel guns that throw a shell clear over the horizon and hit a enemy hull down and almost out of sight. His life covered the whole series of changes in tactics. From the day when it was of the highest importance to get the wind gage in a contest at sea. Down to the time when the important factor in maneuvering is to know the radius of a circle in which a ship can turn and in how far she can go without refilling her coal bunkers. Aside from the armored float, which Napoleon the 3rd tried in the Crimean war. Admiral Greer shared some of the earliest experiments in Ironclad, those in which river steamships were converted to gunboats with sloping covers of railroad iron. Up and down the the Mississippi, up and down Red River, his name is written in history of a kind of naval warfare almost unexampled in the experience of mankind. When fleets were built and manned to fight tremendous battles hundreds of miles from the sea, sometimes in places that led Abraham Lincoln to say that Uncle Sam's sailors were web footed and ready to sail their vessels wherever there was a heavy dew. No doubt this was a very different kind of warfare from that he had dreamed of when he was with the sloop-of-war St. Mary's in the Pacific, or the frigate Columbia or the Independence in the fifties. Even at the outbreak of the Civil War he was still a salt-water sailor and shared in the historical achievement of taking Mason and Slidell from the British steamer Trent. And after the war was over and the river fleets worse from his fresh water experience. The Navy has changed much so far as its ships are concerned and its guns and projectiles and powder. But it will never see the time when it will not need men like Admiral Greer."
He was married to Mary Randolph WEBB on 26 Nov 1857 in Norfolk, Virginia. Mary Randolph WEBB was born about 1836.
She died on 25 Jun 1900 in Washington, D.C.
Rear Admiral James Augustin GREER and Mary Randolph WEBB had the following children:
755 i. James Webb GREER was born on 12 Sep 1858 in Norfolk, VA. Navy Yard
He died on 21 Mar 1907 in Washington, D.C. Unmarried.
He was an Attorney at Law
756 ii. Virginia Byrd Page GREER was born on 20 Jun 1864 in Dayton, Ohio. She Lived in Dayton, Ohio Unmarried.
757 iii. Caroline GREER was born on 6 May 1866 in Dayton, Ohio. She died on 14 Mar 1868 in Dayton, Ohio.
+758 iv. Edward Randolph GREER.
400. Caroline Elizabeth GREER was born on 16 Nov 1840 in Dayton, Ohio.
She died in Dayton, Ohio.
She was married to Major General Thomas John WOOD U.S.A. on 29 Nov 1861 in Dayton, Ohio.
Major General Thomas John WOOD U.S.A. was born on 25 Sep 1823 in Munfordville, KY. He died on 25 Feb 1906 in Dayton, Ohio.
He was buried in West Point, N.Y.
"Major General Thomas John Wood, U. S. A., b, Munfordville Ky. Sept 25, 1823 d. Dayton, Ohio, Feb. 25, 1906. Gen. Wood was well known, not only because of his services in the War of the Rebellion, but as a survivor of the Mexican War, in which he served as a Lieutenant, as did Grant, Sherman, Johnston and many others who won high rank in the Civil War. Gen. Wood's chief military renown was the result of his splendid work in the War of the Rebellion as a brigade, division, and corps commander. Unlike some other general officers he declined to be invalidated and leave his troops even when wounded and there are few if any who served longer in the field than he, or with more ability.
His intelligent comprehension of the plans of his superiors and prompt co-operation in the necessary movements, were material contributions to the success of campaigns. His personal bravery was never questioned, nor was his reputation as a soldier ever successfully assailed. Gen. Wood was graduated from the Military academy at West Point on July 1, 1845, as a brevet second lieutenant in the topographical engineers, and was at once ordered to report for duty to Gen. Zachary Taylor whose headquarters were at Corpus Christie, Texas. The next spring Taylor marched his little army to the Rio Grande which movement provoked a declaration of war from the Mexican government. Lieut. Wood was engaged at the battles of Palto Alto, Monterey and Buena Vista and was then transferred to the cavalry service and assigned to the Second Dragoons He remained on duty in Mexico until that country was evacuated by the American troops. In the fall of 1848 Gen. Wood went with his regiment to the Indian frontier of Texas where he remained for eleven years. He served as aide to Gen. Harney at San Antonio and Austin in 1849 and was Adjutant of the Second dragoons from September 1849, until July 1854. At the outbreak of the civil war he was assigned to the command of a division of infantry. He participated in the battles of Shiloh, Perryville, Stone River, Chicamauga, Missionary Ridge, Franklin and Nashville and all the many actions of the Atlanta campaign. He was severely wounded at Stone River and again at Lovejoy's Station. He was for three years in command of a division until promoted to the command of the 4th army corps, as successor to Gen. Stanley, wounded at the battle of Franklin, Tenn., Nov. 30, 1864. This corps he commanded until it was mustered out of service in 1865. Gen. Wood's long and active service compelled his retirement for disability in 1868. He was placed on the retired list as Major General, a rank he had fairly earned and well deserved. Gen. Wood was a good disciplinarian without being in any degree martinet. He abhorred pillaging and straggling as subversive of military discipline. He was solicitous for the comfort of his soldiers and the commissary department of his division was one of the best in the army. So far as it was possible for him to provide, his men had their full share of whatever rations were in sight, and if their haversacks were sometimes empty they always had the regulation "forty rounds" in their cartridge boxes. In action he was cool, resolute, resourceful, and even jocular, as shown by his remark to Gen. Chittenden. Just as the division was going in battle at Stone River, Dec, 31,1862: "Good bye, General, we'll all meet the hatter's as one coon said to another when the dogs were after them." Only two brigades of Wood's division were engages at Chicamauga. One brigade remaining in Chattanooga on garrison duty. After the disaster to the right on the second day, Gen. Brannan formed his division on "Horseshoe" ridge but did not connect with Reynolds's division next on the left Wood was moving to close this interval when the advancing enemy came within musket range. Changing front under fire, always a dangerous movement, Wood faced is division south instead of east, ordered a charge with fixed bayonets, drove back the Confederates and gained the precious moments necessary to bring his troops in to the gap between Brauman's and Reynolds division. Here for five hours raged an incessant storm of battle. Thomas, from the rear of Wood's division, sent up two cannon with the message, "The position must be held." "Tell Gen. Thomas," was the reply "that we will hold the position or go to heaven from it". During that Sunday afternoon of terrific fighting, the only men that fell away from the Federal position were the wounded and the heroic souls that went "to heaven from it."
When the blessed night came the Union line was still intact and the army had been saved. For many years one of the most familiar sights on the streets of Dayton was a sturdy old soldier with a kind work and smile for every one he met, and when a stranger would ask what he was, the answer was always the same, "That's the General." Rich or poor, high or low, made no difference with him, his broad nature took them all in and made mankind his friend. Such was Thomas J Wood, the citizen, in the daily walks of peace and these last years served to round out his life. For many years on Memorial Day he acted as Grand Marshall and sat upon his horse up to his eightieth year as well as he ever did in youth. His daily ride was a feature of his life and it was a matter of comment that no one could sit a horse as well as Gen. Wood could. In his home life he believed that a man's highest duty was to those who gathered round the same fireside. When the last days came, when strength and health were gradually fading away, never for a moment was that serene nature daunted, never a complaint came. With a smile on his lips he fought the battle to the end. Up to the last two years of his life, he retained the strength and vitality of a man of sixty, but gradually his health broke down. There was no special sickness or disease. The machine, a good machine at that, which had done faithful service in the bloody days of the sixties, was wearing out, and the spark of life burning low. Although he fought his grim adversary as valiantly as he had on the slopes of Snodgrass Hill, the victory could not be his. At last on a peaceful Sunday afternoon that gallant soul quietly passed away. A brave soldier had gone over the river to join his comrades of the days of yore.
Years before General Wood had expressed a desire to be buried in the cemetery at West Point and inconformity to that wish his body was interred on the beautiful banks of the Hudson. There he rests in peace, his life work well done. As a soldier he never failed to do his duty. As a citizen he neglected no responsibility, as a man he did justice to every man, and surely that beautiful verse which Saint Peter wrote many years ago expresses his character, I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith; henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness".
Caroline Elizabeth GREER and Major General Thomas John WOOD U.S.A. had the following children:
759 i. William WOOD was born on 11 Jan 1864 in Dayton, Ohio.
He died on 19 Jan 1864 in Dayton, Ohio.
760 ii. 1ST Lt. George Henry WOOD was born on 3 Nov 1867 in Dayton, Ohio. He died in Dayton, Ohio.
1ST Lt. George H. Wood was 1ST Lt. 28th U.S. Vol. and served in the Philippines during the war with Spain
761 iii. Thomas John WOOD was born on 11 Jan 1875 in Dayton, Ohio. He Lived in Farnum, Idaho.
402. Mary Sarah KING was born about 1845 in Dayton, Ohio.
She died on 26 Dec 1905 in Galena ILL.
She was married to DR Edward G. NEWHALL on 1 May 1872 in Dayton, Ohio.
DR Edward G. NEWHALL was born about 1845 was From Galena, ILL.
He died about 1893 in Galena, ILL.
Mary Sarah KING and DR Edward G. NEWHALL had the following children:
762 i. Horace Greer NEWHALL was born about 1875 in Galena, ILL. He Lived in Chicago, ILL.
763 ii. Marian NEWHALL was born about 1877 in Galena, ILL.
She Lived in Galina, ILL.
403. Allen Augustine KING was born on 14 Nov 1848 in Dayton, Ohio.
He died on 6 Sep 1898.
He was married to MRS Mary KING about 1870 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
MRS Mary KING was born about 1848.
Allen Augustine KING and MRS Mary KING had the following children:
764 i. Edward Augustine KING was born on 20 Jul 1873 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
He died on 8 Nov 1887 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
765 ii. Harry S. KING was born on 20 Jul 1873 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He Lived in Cincinnati, Ohio.
404. Harvey James KING was born on 20 Nov 1860 in Dayton, Ohio.
He Lived in Dayton, Ohio.
He was married to Elizabeth Harries LYTLE on 26 Apr 1883 in Dayton, Ohio.
Elizabeth Harries LYTLE was born about 1862.
She Lived in Dayton, Ohio.
Harvey James KING and Elizabeth Harries LYTLE had the following children:
766 i. Rufus James KING was born on 19 Aug 1885 in Dayton, Ohio. He Lived in Dayton, Ohio. .
405. Sarah A. GRANGER was born on 17 Aug 1824 in Chardon, Ohio.
She lived in Missouri.
She was married to Charles GINTY on 19 Jan 1840.
Charles GINTY was born in 1824.
He lived in Missouri.
407. Phyana M. GRANGER was born on 25 Jan 1831 in Chardon, Ohio.
She died on 5 Oct 1859 in Newbury, Ohio.
She was married to Amos M. PARKER on 20 Mar 1856 in Ohio.
Amos M. PARKER was born in 1831.
Phyana M. GRANGER and Amos M. PARKER had the following children:
767 i. Edgar W PARKER was born on 13 Jan 1857 in Chardon, Ohio.
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