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Rawls, Aubrey A. (b. Private, d. ?)

Reference: 781

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Rawls, Edith (b. --Not Shown--)
Reference: 782

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Unknown, Daniel (b. Private, d. ?)
Reference: 783

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Rawls, Willie Inez (b. Private, d. ?)
Reference: 784

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Rawls, Imogene (b. --Not Shown--)
Reference: 785

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Unknown, Harry (b. --Not Shown--)
Reference: 786

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King, John (b. Private, d. ?)
Reference: 787

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King, John C. (b. 1808, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1860 Federal Census, Monroe County, Alabama
Media: Book
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1850 Federal Census, Santa Rosa County, Florida
Media: Book
Census: Date: 1850
Place: Federal Census, Santa Rosa County, Florida

Reference: 788
Note: From Henry Seymour document 1999 -
"Family legend says that John King was born in Macon GA. If John was born in Macon, it is possible that one or more of his parents died there, but current research hasn't uncovered any support.

Family legend also has it that both of John's wives were Indians and that they were mother and daughter. There isn't any paperwork to support that legend.

John was 36 years old when he married Ann Powell. This is somewhat unusual and therefore raises the questions of a possible prior wife and other children. Henry A. Seymour's research found a John C. King married to a Susan Taylor on 21 July 1836 in Monroe County GA, but he hasn't confirmed this is the same John C. King.

In the 1860 census for Baldwin County AL, there were no Kings listed other than John King. In this census record, he lists a domestic servant named Mary A. Powell, 30 years old. After his wife Annie died, the census indicates that Mary is John's wife. As mentioned above, family legend states that Annie and Mary were mother and daughter.

In the 1870 census for Baldwin County AL, it shows a Mary A. King being with Robert Vaults. Robert and John are adjacent entries and therefore are possibly neighbors. Robert Vaults did marry John's daughter Margeanna Ella. In the 1880 census, John states that his father was born in NJ and his mother was born in PA. Without their names, further research is on hold.

John might have enrolled as a Private in G.B. Hall's Militia, Stockton, Baldwin County AL. Age 57, b. 1807, original roll dated 10 Sep 1864. No firm records have been found to indicate he was in the Confederate Army.

John was thought to have lived near Pine Log Creek and Major Creek, west of Perdido and east of Stockton."

[Research note: Is the birth information for city of Macon GA or Macon Co GA?]

1850 Federal Census, Santa Rosa County, Florida - 31 Oct 1850; 2nd Div; Geo. D. Fisher, Ass't Marshall, page 472, household 349, family 340, lists:
King, John C. 38 m w laborer b Miss
King, Ann 35 f w b Ga
[Research note: Copy of transcription on file; is this the right John C. King? Where are their children listed?]

[research note: e-mail from Henry Seymour indicates that Ann Powell spelled her surname Powel with only one l]

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Powell, Ann (b. 1814, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour
Media: Book
Source: (Individual)
Title: 1850 Federal Census, Santa Rosa County, Florida
Media: Book
Census: Date: 1850
Place: Federal Census, Santa Rosa County, Florida
Reference: 789

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King, Margeanna Ella (b. 1847, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 790

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King, Roda C. (b. 1849, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 791

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King, Lucy E. (b. 1850, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 792
Note: 2-Sep-2000: Received e-mail from Doris Bauer, great-granddaughter of LUCY E. KING. E-mailed her at dsb990@@aol.com for additional information

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King, Henry Driver (b. 1854, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Source: (Birth)
Title: Shelley Sharum
Media: Electronic

Note: genconnect.rootsweb.com posting 6 Oct 2000
Source: (Individual)
Title: Henry Seymour
Media: Book
Census: Date: 1920
Place: Federal Census, Escambia County, Alabama
Reference: 793
Note: 1920 Federal Census for Escambia County AL stated he was born in GA. Only Julius and Curtis are shown living with Henry and Samantha in Atmore AL in that census. [from Henry Seymour]

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King, William Washington (b. MAY 1855, d. 24 JAN 1943)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 794
Note: Bradford Funeral Home states that William Washington King died on January 23, 1943 and was buried in the Parish plot.

The Daily Herald, January 25, 1943, reported "Wm. King, 96, dies. Wm. King, native of Macon, GA, and resident of Biloxi for 22 years, who was a retired laborer, died at 1:30pm January 23. He was the husband of Manciler Cooper King and besides his wife leaves three sons, Ernest, New Orleans; J.W., Gulfport; and Clarence, Biloxi; two daughters, Mrs. Lula Pit, Mobile; Mrs. Bessie Hall, Biloxi. The funeral will be at 2pm today from the Bradford Funeral Parlors with services by the Rev. G.C. Hodge and burial in Biloxi Cemetery."

William's death certificate stated his birth as October 13, 1846. Census records imply 1855. In 1921, he moves from AL to Biloxi MS. William's funeral record indicates that 2 men paid for the funeral - Isaac Walker of Mobile AL and W.T. Reichler of Pascagoula MS.

The death certificate also states that his mother's name was Mary. It is not clear whether Mrs. William King, who provided the information was stating a biological fact or just stating that Mary was his father's last wife.

The 1920 census for Baldwin County AL indicates that William was 65 years old and born about 1855. Also it states that he was born in AL. At that time, he was living on 4th St in Bay Minette AL. Those living with him at that time were wife, Mancilla, and five children: Lula, Bessie, Earnest, Jake and Clarence.

William is thought to have been a Baptist.

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King, Mary Ella (b. 30 JAN 1865, d. 12 DEC 1941)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 795
Note: Death certificate states she was born on January 30, 1861

The Daily Herald, December 13, 1941, reported:

"Mrs. Ella Parrish dies."

"Mrs. Ella Parris, 70, native of AL and resident of Biloxi 25 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Toller, yesterday. She was the widow of Henry Parrish and is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Toller; a son, Henry Parrish; two brothers, Wm. King, Bilox, and Jesse King, Perdido AL; and five grandchildren."

The 1910 US Census Harrison County MS stated that she had given birth to 11 children, 3 of whom were still alive and living with her and Henry Parrish: Henry Parrish, Mary Parrish, and Lee Green.

She was called Ella. Her 2nd marriage was to Dr. Green. She used the name Ella Green when she married Henry Parrish. According to her death certificate, she had been living in the Latimer area for 25 years prior to her death, implying that she and Bud lived elsewhere; perhaps Harrison County, from about 1910 to 1916.

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King, Annie Leona (b. 22 FEB 1865, d. 14 JAN 1938)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 796

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King, Jesse (b. 1869, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 797
Note: In the 1920 census for Baldwin County AL, Jesse stated he was 53 making his birth year 1867. Also, living with him was James King, his step-brother who was 56 years old. His birth year would have been 1864. They were living on Perdido and Bay Minette Road.

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King, Mark (b. 1871, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 798

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Powell, Mary Ann M. (b. 1829, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 799
Note: In the 1860 census, Mary Powell's children had the last name of Powell. However, later in life they both used the last name of King. Their birthdates pre-date the birthdate of Mark King who was John C. King and Annie King's 10th child. This seems to indicate that Mary Powell King's two sons were either from a previous marriage and were adopted by John C. King (if this is true, it would make the legend of Mary being Annie's daughter unlikely since Powell would be Mary's married name rather than her maiden name) or that they were born out of wedlock then took John C. King's name after her marriage to him. [from Henry Seymour]

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King, Thadeus (b. 1859, d. UNKNOWN)
Source: (Name)
Title: Henry Seymour document
Media: Book

Note: 1999
Reference: 800

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