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Alvin King, his ancestors and descendants, 1630-1996

Allene King Hill ; Juanita King Lowrance
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Trenton, Tennessee : A.K. Hill & J.K. Lowrance, 1996
ix, 398 p. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. table, maps, port.

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Michael King (ca. 1630-ca. 1700) emigrated from Norwich, England, in 1646 and settled in Nansemond County, Virginia. He and his wife, Elizabeth Hairy (Cary) had six children. Their descendant of the sixth generation, Alvin King (1808-1841) was born in Sampson County, North Carolina, the tenth child of Stepehn and Amy Oates King. He married Martha Matilda Thomas (1810-1870) ca. 1827 in North Carolina. They had six sons, 1829-1842. The family migrated to Gibson County, Tennessee, ca. 1831. Descendants lived in Tennessee and elsewhere.

Includes the Barron, Dickson, Flower/Flowers, Hanks, Houston, Stroud, Wright and other allied families.

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