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Abraham Lincoln Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of California, which position he held until his death Feb. 23, 1866. The mother of Janet Cameron (Haight) King was Elizabeth Stuart McLachlan, daughter of Archibald McLachlan and Janet (Cameron) McLachlan, a direct descendant of the Cameron of Lochiel. Janet Cameron (Haight) King was born at Rochester, N. Y., July 9, 1823; died at Lima, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1844. Her brother, Henry H. Haight. was Governor of California 1867-1871. George Eliphalet King married (2) in Rochester, 1854, Catherine Mary Ann (Cunningham) Dunning, a widow, daughter of John and Jane Cunningham of Utica. N. Y., who died in 1889 without issue. Mr. George Eliphalet King was a learned lawyer and for many years followed his profession at Rochester, N. Y. He removed to New York City in 1862 and was afterward very successful in the stock market and on Wall Street acquiring a very large fortune which, however, late in life, he lost by unfortunate investments. He was fond of literature and an extensive reader. He was especially interested in the histories of the various religions of the world and was a deep student of the Bible. He was the author of a book entitled "I'indication of The True God Against The God of Moses," in which he gave expression in fluent and pleasing style to his own religious views. In 1894 he came to San Francisco, California, to reside with his only child, Cameron Haight King, and died there Dec. 27, 1897. He was bureid in his son's plot in Laurel Hill Cemetery, San Francisco. His only child was by his first marriage.
697* i. Cameron Haight/ b. Lima, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1844; m. (1) April 2, 1873, Anna Eliza Beveridge; (2) Oct. 17, 1881, Ella Jane Brown.
Mary Remington0 King, (Maj. Seth? Lt. Eliphalet* Capt. Joseph,* James,2 William1), born in New Ipswich, N. H., June 11, 1817; died in Framingham, Mass., Nov. 25, 1842; married in New Ipswich Oct. 29, 1835, Otis Hoyt, M. D., then practicing medicine at Mason, N. H.
Mary Remington7 Hoyt, b. Mason, N. H., Nov. 12, 1836; d. St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 9, 1883; m. (1) Aug. 29, 1855, Charles Edward Dexter; (2) Hudson, Wis., Jany. 1, 1870, Henry Augustus Wilson, d. St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 24, 1884.
1 Mary Eliza "dexter, b. Hudson, Wis., June 9,
1856; m. St. Paul, Minn., April II, 1878; Dudley B. Finch, wholesale boot and shoe merchant. They reside at 172 Summit Ave., St. Paul, Minn. Issue:
1 Lilla Shepherd "finch, b. St. Paul, Minn.,
May 19, 1879; m. Oct. 8, 1903, Sewall D. Andrews, wholesale drug merchant of Minneapolis, Minn.
2 Florence Dudley Finch, b. St. Paul, Feb. 14,
1881; m. April 14, 1904, Edward B. Holbert of Holbert & Sons, bankers and brokers, St. Paul, Minn.
2 Charles Hoyt "dexter, b. Hudson, Wis., May 1,
1859; m. Eau Clair, Wis., June —, 1889, Mary Pullen. He is a merchant. Issue:
1 Dudley Pullen "dexter, b. Eau Clair, Wis.,
Nov. 11, 1895.
2 Margaret Dexter, b. Washburn, Wis., Oct.
3 Mary Finch Dexter, b. Spooner, Wis.. Nov.
19, 1901. Charles Otis 'hoyt, b. Framingham, Mass., Sept. 25. l&39> d. Amarillo, Tex., April 30, 1905. Served in Union Army, War of the Rebellion. For many years he followed mining in Colorado. He was unmarried.
Charles Henry 'king, (Maj. Seth,1 Lt. Eliphalet* Capt. Joseph,3 James,2 IVilliam1), born in New Ipswich, N. H., Nov. 9. 1818; died in Boston, Mass., Feb. 28, 1894; married Aug. —, 1849, Maria A. Clark, daughter of Benjamin and Martha Hosmer Clark of New Ipswich; born March 26, 1827. He was a hatter. Children born in New Ipswich. Issue:
i. Frederick Henry,7 b. Sept. 9, 1850; d. Sept. 15,
Frank H. Babcock. No issue.
Josephine King; d. ;(2) Sept. 2, 1892, Jessie
George Cameron, (twin) b. Sept. 8, 1867; m. Dec.
Harriet Hubbard "king, (Maj. Seth,* Lt. Eliphalet* Capt. Joseph? James,1 William1), born in New Ipswich, N. H., April 25, 1820; died in Boston, Mass., Oct. 21, 1003; unmarried. Miss Harriet H. King was educated at the New Ipswich (N. H.) Academy and at the Townsend (Mass.) Seminary. At the age of thirty years she came to Boston and taught school on Joy street, being the first one in that city to teach negro children. Miss King gave up this work after twenty years, and opened a fashionable boarding house at 24 Somerset St., Boston, where she remained for more than a quarter of a century, going thence to Ashburton Place for a few years and finally to 64 Beacon St., Boston. She was a charter member of the Boston Society of the New Jerusalem, and was a faithful attendant at that church. She was buried at New Ipswich, N. H.
Eliza Bellows 'king, (Maj. Seth? Lt. Eliphalet* Capt. Joseph* James,2 William1), born in New Ipswich, N. H., April 5, 1822; died in Boston, Mass., Oct. i, 1886; married in New Ipswich, Aug. 16, 1843, Otis Hoyt, M. D. Of her, Mrs. Russell Sage in her book entitled "Mrs. Emma Willard and her pupils" (New York, 1898) writes as follows (p. 196): "eliza Bellows King—Daughter of Major Seth and Anna (Preston) King was born in New Ipswich, N. H. She attended the Ipswich Academy, known later as^the Appleton Academy. While on a visit to her uncle's family in Clifton Park, N. Y., she went with her cousin to Troy Female Seminary in 1838. In 1843 sne married Dr. Otis Hoyt of Farmingham, Mass., who later served as a surgeon in the Mexican War but eventually settled in Hudson, Wis., and was for years one of the prominent and conspicuous men of Northwestern Wisconsin. In his successful and brilliant career his wife was by her intellect, tact and unusual force of character an efficient and influential helpmate. Five daughters were born of this marriage: Mrs. King, wife of Dr. King of Mandan, Dakota; Mrs. Epley of New Richmond, Wis.; Mrs. J. A. Wyand of Crookston, Minn.; Mrs. W. R. Reynolds and Miss Ida Hoyt of Hudson, Wis. Mrs. Hoyt died in 1886 in Boston, Mass., while on a visit to her sister Miss Harriet Hubbard King." Issue:
i. Ella Frances' Hoyt, b. Framingham, Mass., Oct.
2, 1845; d. Nov. 15, 1846. ii. Ella Frances Hoyt, (again), b. St. Croix Falls, Wis., March 3, 1850. Graduated from Appleton Academy, New Ipswich, N. H., Classical course 1871; m. Hudson, Wis., May 18, 1875, Charles Frederick" King, M. D. (William Pierce,* Richard.3 Lt. James,2 of Westfield, Mass., 1742, Richard1), b. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1844, graduate of Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill., 1873. They reside at Hudson, Wis., where they have lived for more than thirty years. Issue: 1 Lucile8 King, b. Hudson, July 4, 1876. Graduate of Hudson High School 1895. and of Milwaukee Normal School 1902; m. Hudson, June 21, 1902, Lt. Frank F. Harding, U. S. A., Porto Rican P. R. Inf., b. Hudson Jany. 29, 1872.
i Charles King0 Harding, b. San Juan, P. R. Inf. Barracks, Sept. 21, 1903.
2 Otis Hoyt8 King, b. Hudson Dec. 8, 1878.
Graduate Hudson High School 1900; studied surveying and electricity two years. Class of 1905 Wisconsin College of Physicians and Surgeons (Dental Dept), Milwaukee.
3 Eliza Bellows King, b. Hudson May 30, 1880.
Graduate Hudson High School 1900. Attained great proficiency in music. Was teacher of piano and organ; m. Hudson, Oct. 5, 1904, Henry Williamson Dooley of San Juan, Puerto Rico, b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May, 1872, where he resided until 1897. Mr. Dooley is a member of the firm of Dooley, Smith & Co., merchants, importers and exporters at San Juan P. R.
4 Kenneth King, b. Manden, N. Dak., Aug. 31,
1886; d. Hudson May 20, 1887.
5 Amos Jefferson King, b. Hudson Jany. 11, 1889.
Hudson High School Class 1906. iii. Anna Preston7 Hoyt, b. St. Croix Falls, Wis., Sept. 3, 1851. Graduate Appleton Academy, New Ipswich, N. H., Classical course 1873; m. Hudson, Wis., June 20, 1877, Frank William Epley, M. D., b. Springwater, N. Y., Aug. 19, 1851. Graduate Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1877. They reside at New Richmond, Wis., of which place he was in 1902 Mayor and is one of its most enterprising and public spirited citizens. Their children were born at New Richmond. Issue:
1 Grace Elsie8 Epley, b. Aug. 11, 1878. Graduate
New Richmond High School 1897 and of Oberlin, O., Kindergarten Training School and Normal Music course in Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Is teacher in Kindergarten and supervisor of vocal music New Richmond schools.
2 Otis Hoyt Epley, b. Nov. 4, 1880. Graduate
New Richmond High School 1899. Student