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COTTON, CRUMP, KING, OSBORN

COTTON, CRUMP, KING, OSBORN

Posted: 3 Sep 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jan 2003 7:45AM GMT
Would like to communicate on KINGs in Loudoun Co, VA during the 1700s. John KING bn ca 1710 - d 1784/85, m Mary OSBORN d 1790; son Smith KING bn ca 1735, m Mary CRUMP; son Thomas KING bn ca 1768 - m Elizabeth COTTON; son John KING bn ca 1790-95 - m Nancy HARDIN.
It appears that Thomas KING moved to Nelson Co ca 1790 and then to Gallatin Co, KY ca 1800.
POSSIBLY related to some KINGs (Francis and Thomas) in Somerset Co, MD. THANKS!!

KINGs in Loudoun County

Ira D. King (View posts)
Posted: 15 Nov 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: KING
I have seen a number of records relating to Smith King and a John and Mary King in Loudoun County. I also found a family bible reference to John and Mary King. I will look for it. Please contact me.

Re: KINGs in Loudoun County

Posted: 8 Aug 2001 7:01PM GMT
Edited: 10 Apr 2002 4:24AM GMT
Surnames: Kinf, Osborne, Whaley
Recently saw your query. John and Mary (Osborne) King are my 5th great grandparents. Am interested in your statement about the bible records. Have not found their marriage record nor that of their dau. Penelope King who married James Whaley. I have Smith King as the father of John King. I realize he has a son by same name. Would be interested in corresponding with you. Sarah

Re: KINGs in Loudoun County

Posted: 9 Aug 2001 5:29AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jan 2003 7:45AM GMT
Surnames: King, Osborne
Ira - Hi
I think that I missed your reply to my query where you make reference to Bible records. Have you been able to locate them. I would be very interested in hearing more about this.
I look forward to hearing from you.
THANKS!!

Re: KINGs in Loudoun County

Posted: 21 Mar 2004 8:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 15 Mar 2006 2:03AM GMT
Surnames: King, Talbott
Hello: I just found your message to the Loudon board. I'd like to know if you found the bible record you mentioned. I'm descended from John King through his daughter Hannah who married Henry Talbott.
Thanks, Ed Dolan

Re: KINGs in Loudoun County

Donald King (View posts)
Posted: 24 Mar 2004 4:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: King
A few years ago, you posted that you had some Bible records pertaining to John and Mary King and that you needed to find them.

Have you located these records?

Thanks!
Don

Re: KINGs in Loudoun County

Donald King (View posts)
Posted: 24 Mar 2004 4:59AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: King
Ed - you and I used to communicate together several years ago. No - I have not seen the Bible records. However, I have sent a reminder note to Ira D. King who posted the note per the Bible.

Also - I am hot on the trail of Robert King of Isle of Wight, VA who MAY be the father of our Arthur King. Robert (Sr) wrote a Will (undated) leaving his estate to 'his son' Arthur King - probated in 1725. But the land later passed on to Robert Jr. another son of Robert (Sr). Since the land 'passed on' to Robert Jr., it indicates to me that Arthur (d. 1718) was already dead when his father died. Robert's (Sr) wife died ca 1700/01; so Robert (Sr) could have written his will after his wife died, but did not change it when his son Arthur died.

What do you think?

Re: KINGs in Loudoun County

Posted: 9 Sep 2004 7:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 14 Dec 2005 4:26PM GMT
I am looking for Kings that married Wilson's, specifically Phillip King with possible wife by the name of Kearney with daughters Jane and Margaret "Peggy"

Re: KINGs in Loudoun County

Donald King (View posts)
Posted: 13 Sep 2004 4:26AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: King
Sorry - I am not familiar with Phillip King.

Re: COTTON, CRUMP, KING, OSBORN

Posted: 14 Apr 2011 4:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi, not sure if you are still working on the King family. I am a decendent of this line. Joseph King Hale, son of Beulah King, was my grandfather. We are trying to determine if all of the oral stories of Native American integration is a possibility and when it began. Any clues or have you heard anything? Thank you, Brenda
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