Mary Ellen KING

Female 1879 -

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  • Name Mary Ellen KING 
    Birth Jul 1879 
    Gender Female 
    Person ID I28104  Marshall and Allied Families
    Last Modified 10 Apr 2002 

    Father James F. KING,   b. Abt 1856 
    Mother Lucy Ann,   b. Abt 1862 
    Family ID F9929  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

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      I am attaching my file on John King and Louisa. I am also attaching my file on Floyd Henry Quesenberry. Floyd was my ggrandfather. I had not completely looked at your surname indes when I first wrote. But I find that I cross with the Alexanders, Kings, Quesenberry's, Richardsons.
      My ggrandfather William Jackson Richardson married Charlotte V. Alexander sister to Emily Alexander who first (My report is incorrect in that Emily married Floyd first then Susie Browder) Floyd Quesenberry. Blanche Quesenberry my grandmother daughter of Floyd and Susie married Hobert Richardson son of William and Orillie King. (I think I'm my own grandma).
      The King line also crosses a lot with the Smith family. I noticed you had a lot of Smith's but have not studied it yet to see if there is any connection. To of John C King's daughters married Smith men.
      Hope you can make heads or tales out of my file. Afraid I put a lot of information into my notes to keep up with it.
      Take care

      Pat Bell
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: David Marshall
      To: JAKNPAT
      Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 11:09 PM
      Subject: Re: Sparger/King


      Thanks very much for the message. You made a connection for me that I didn know about before. I have Nebraska King's parents in my database, but did not have her as one of their children. Her parents came from one source and she came from a completely different source.

      Jobe Sparger (or Job as I have him) is my second cousin, twice removed. If you would like to send your line to John And Louisa I would be pleased to add it to my database.

      One trick I use to make out hard to read names is to use a good magnifying glass. It is surprising how many times I have been able to make out something that way that I could not read without it.

      Thank you again for the message. I look forward to hearing from you again soon. May I add you to my email distribution list? I don't send out very many messages to the list, but I do occasionally send out something I think everyone might like to read. I have about 200 "cousins" in the list.
      David Marshall
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: JAKNPAT
      Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 12:38 PM
      Subject: Sparger/King

      Found your website and thought I had hit the jackpot.
      You are researching so many of the same lines that I am.
      Jobe W. Sparger married Nebraska King also a daughter of Louise Jane Venable and John C. King. They also had another daughter Arillie King who married my great grandfather William Richardson. Nebraska and Arillie were born in Pulaski County Va .
      I know that one of Louisa Jane's children went to Indiana because on the 1910 carroll county Va. census two grandchildren both male are living with them. I cannot make out the names would love to know who they belonged too.
      Any information appreciated.

      received from Kathy Stafford Baird on July 31, 2001

      My great-grandfather was Armstead King, the older brother of John and my Great-grandmother, his wife, was Charity Venable, sister of Louisa Venable King. I wondered what happened to John & Louisa after 1870. I thought maybe the had followed Charity to Indiana where their twin brothers, Jesse & Augustus had gone. charity went there sometime after 1864 following the death of Armstead in the Civil War. she remarried in 1867. I have a lot of information the the Venable family. Do you know what may have become of Squire Venable, younger brother of Louisa and Charity? The last anyone can seem to find is when he was living in Carroll County with his mother and step-father. The Stafford line enters in when Laura, my grandmother and daughter of Armstead and Charity married my grandfather, Olive Stafford in Indiana Oliver's father was Levi Stafford, son of Robertson & Hannah Johnson Stafford from Kernersville, Forsythe County North Carolina. I live in Jackson Michigan. Kathy Stafford Baird.

      Children of LOUISA VENABLE and JOHN KING are:
      2. i. JAMES F.3 KING, b. Bet. 1856 - 1858.
      3. ii. OCTAVIA V. KING, b. September 17, 1857, Virginia; d. March 1884, Carroll county Virginia.
      4. iii. LEVA ANN KING, b. March 1861, Carroll County Virginia.
      iv. SQUIRE GIDEON KING, b. 1864.
      v. SARAH J. KING, b. 1866.
      5. vi. SUSAN EMILY KING, b. 1869, Carroll County Virginia; d. 1937, Mercer Co. Missouri.
      6. vii. ORILLA A. KING, b. 1871, Virginia; d. September 11, 1949, Keystone, West Virginia, McDowell county WV.
      7. viii. NEBRASKA FLORENCE KING, b. 1875, Carroll County Virginia.

      2. JAMES F.3 KING (LOUISA JANE2 VENABLE, WILLIAM1) was born Bet. 1856 - 1858. He married LUCY ANN. She was born Abt. 1862.

      Notes for JAMES F. KING:
      1880 Carroll County Census Pine Creek Dist.
      James F. King 22
      Lucy Ann 18
      O. Elsire 2
      Mary Ellen 10/12 July

      Children of JAMES KING and LUCY ANN are:
      i. O. ELSIRE4 KING, b. 1878.
      ii. MARY ELLEN KING, b. July 1879.