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been an appreciated stimulus. For years her home has been with her brother in West Brattleboro, Vt. All her children were born and died at West Northfield, Mass. Issue:

i. Everett Edward7 Priest, b. June 15, 1863; d. Dec.

7. i875ii. Mary Elvira Priest, b. June 21, 1865; d. Nov. 18,

i875iii. Frank James Priest, b. Nov. 5, 1866; d. Nov. 17,

1875iv. Merritt King Priest, b. April 7, 1870; d. Dec. 2,



Mary Augusta6 King, (Joseph* Ichabod* Capt. Joseph,3 James,2 William1), born in Marlboro, Vt., Feb. 4, 1844; married in Upton, Mass., Aug 2, 1882, Newcomb Spencer, son of David and Adaline (Corbitt) Spencer, born in Wilmington, Vt., Sept. 3, 1848. No issue. Residence Halifax, Vt.


Seth" Kim;. (Seth* Ensign William,4 Lt. William3 James,1 William1), born in Suffield Conn., June 26, 1788; died in Suffield, July 20, 1871; married April 21, 1817, Anne" Moore, daughter of Col. Eli5 (Samuel Goffe,4 Samuel,3 John,2 John,1 of Dorchester, 1630) Moore and Anne (Wells) Moore, born Nov. 4, 1796; died Aug. 8, 1865. (See Stiles Ancient Windsor p. 705). Children born in Suffield. Issue:

Sarah Ann,t*d. Oct. 25, 1822; d. Suf. March 5, 1885.
Louisa Maria, b. Nov. 26, 1823; d. Suf. Dec. 29,

1864. Unmarried.
Elizaiseth Moore, b. March 5, 1826; d. June 7, 1898,

at Hartford, Conn. Henry, b. Dec. 25, 1827; d. Hartford, Conn., March

4. 1884. Mary Ballentine, b. March 4, 1833; d. Dec. 16,

1893; m. Rev. William H. Moore. Adaijude Wells, b. March 17, 1836. (Note—Five other children were born who died in early infancy.)



John A.6 King, (Seth,' Ensign William, Lt. William,* James,2 William1), born in Suffield, Conn., Nov. i, 1790; died in Suffield, Nov. 16, 1869; married (1) Sally Stocking, daughter of Ansel and Prudence (Crosby or Cresby) Stocking, who died June 2, 1828, aged 33 years; (2) Prudence Baker, daughter of Enos Baker. She died Nov. 15, 1875, age 80 years. There were two children by the first marriage and four by the second, but we have been unable to trace them. Issue:

796* i. William Ballentine,7 b. — 1824; d. March 25, 1903; m. Jany. 2, 1856 Mary R. Wright.



Lydia8 King, (Seth* Ensign William, Lt. William, James,2 William1), born in Suffield, Conn., Feby. 4, 1793; died in Suffield, May 17, 1871; married in 1820, Epaphras10 Mather, son of Elijah,9 (Elijah,8 Nathaniel,7 Dr. Samuel, Rev. Samuel,5 Timothy,* of Dorchester, 1628, Rev. Richard,8 Thomas,2 John,1), Mather and Jerusha (Roberts) Mather, born Aug. 16, 1775, at Windsor, Conn.; died in West Suffield, Feb. 1, 1875. (For descendants, see Mather Genealogy by Horace E. Mather.) Issue:

i. Henry7 Mather, b. April 20, 1822; d. Aug. 1, 1884;

m. June, 1851 Clara Stebbins. ii. William Mather, b. Nov. 23, 1823; d. Sept. 18, 1876; m. May 10, 1848 Mary Loomis. Issue:

1 William 8 Mather.

2 Frederick Loomis Mather.

3 Mary Adele Mather.

4 Lizzie Mather.

5 Charles Walter Mather.

6 Eloise Loomis Mather.

iii. Charles7 Mather, b. Jany. 30, 1825; d. Sept. 25, 1861. Unmarried.

iv. Caroline Mather, b. April 21, 1826; d. Feb. 15,
1889; m. Sept. 3, 1859 Benjamin Sheldon.

1 Charles Benjamin8 Sheldon.

2 Harriet Eliza Sheldon.

3 Sarah Jane Sheldon.

4 John Adams Sheldon.

v. George7 Mather, b. April 20, 1828; d. California

Oct. 12, 1851. Unmarried, vi. Lydia Mather, b. Jany. 6, 1831; d. Aug. 6, 1888;

m. Sept. 23, 1856 George Hyatt Randall. Issue:

1 Caroline Lounsbury8 Randall.

2 George Mather Randall.

3 Samuel Winthrop Randall.

4 Lydia Mather Randall.

vii. Mary Ballentine7 Mather, b. Dec. 26, 1833; m. April 23, 1857 Franklin C. Brownell of Haddam. Issue:

1 Jane Louise8 Brownell.

2 Grace Brownell.

3 Harriet Mather Brownell.

4 Henry Barnard Brownell.

5 Frank Canfield Brownell.

viii. Sarah Jane7 Mather, b. Dec. 17, 1837; d. Nov. 1, 1859; m. Dec. 3, 1858 John Q. Bradish.


Mary Ballentine" King, (Seth,1 Ensign William,' Lt. William,3 James,1 William1), born in Suffield, Conn., March 21, 1795; died Sept. 4, 1869; married Aug. 17, 1818, Henry7 Loomis, son of Nathaniel,8 (Graves,5 Nathaniel,4 Nathaniel,* John,2 Joseph1), Loomis and Bethena (Bronson) Loomis. (For descendants see Loomis Genealogy by Prof. Elias Loomis p. 153). Issue:

i. Maria Eloisf.7 Loomis, b. May 3, 1820; m. Feb. 24,
1841 George Augustus Loomis.

1 Mary Elizabeth8 Loomis.

2 George Verdine Loomis.

3 Maria Eloise Loomis.

4 Caroline Loomis.

End Of Sixth Generation.


Sally7 King, {David,9 Ebenezer? Ebenezer? James,3 James,2
William1), born in Suffield, Conn., May 23, 1781; died in Suf-
field, Feb. 22, 1832; married in Suffield, Oliver Cromwell

i. Mary King8 Hanchett, b. —; d. —; m. William H. Canfield of Ohio.


Charlotte7 King, (David* Ebenezer? Ebenezer,* James,3 James,2 William1), born in Suffield, Conn., May 26, 1785; died in Suffield, Feb. 28, 1819; married in Suffield, Benjamin Austin. Issue:

i. Stephen8 Austin, (who lived at Buffalo, N. Y). ii. Benjamin Dryden Austin, b. Suf. d. Dixon, Ill. iii. Almira Austin, b. Suf.; m. Dr. George W. Howe, Ohio.


David7 King, (David," Ebenezer, Ebenezer,4 James," James,2 William1), born in Suffield, Conn., April 24, 1787; died in Medina, Ohio, Nov. 13, 18451 married in Windham. Conn., Almyra Lee, who died in Medina, Ohio, Jany. 24, 1873. He died without children, but had adopted Henry Jarvis King and David Hanchett King, the children of his brother Leonard Jarvis King who died at Suffield in 1835 when the children were respectively twelve and six years of age.


Leicester7 King, (David? Ebenezer? Ebenezer,* James? James? William1), born in Suffield, Conn., May 1, 1789; died in Akron, Ohio, Sept. 19, 1856; married in Hartford, Conn., Oct. 12, 1814, Julia Ann Huntington, daughter of Hon. Hezekiah and Susan (Kent) Huntington. In early manhood he lived at Natchez, Miss., where he saw so much of the evils of slavery that he gave up solid advantages rather than rear his family beneath the influences of that blighting institution. He settled in Warren, Ohio in 1816. In 1835-1839 he was in the Ohio State Senate, where alone he fought for the repeal of the "Black Laws" which were a blot upon the statutes of that State. He was a lawyer and was Associate Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, Trumbull Co., Ohio. He was the candidate of the Liberty Party for Governor of Ohio in 1842, and again in 1844. In 1847 ne was nominated by the Liberty Party for Vice-President of the United States with John P. Hale, U. S. Senator from New Hampshire, for President, both withdrawing in 1848 in favor of Van Buren and Adams on the Free Soil Ticket. He left a large landed estate in and around Akron. Issue: 802* i. Henry William,8 b. Sept. 20, 1815; d. Nov. 20,

1857; m- 1842, Mary Crosby. 803* ii. Julia Ann, b. Nov. 7, 1817; d. Jany. 8, 1885; m.

Feb. 1842, Charles Brown. 804 iii. Susan Huntington, b. July 6, 1820; d. June 17,

1839; unmarried. 805* iv. Leicester, b. July 26, 1823; d. Aug. 1893; m. Dec.

1844, Eliza Purinton. 806* v. David Leicester, b. Dec. 24, 1825 ; d. Jany. 29, 1902;

m. May 1, 1849, Bettie Washington Steele. 807* vi. Helen Dunbar, b. Nov. 19, 1827; d. Nov. 2, 1886;

m. May 1, 1862, James Atkins. 808* vii. Hezekiah Huntington, b. Aug. 3, 1829. 809* viii. Catherine Brinley, b. July 8, 1832; d. Jany. 17,

1907; m. Sept. 19, 1855, William K. Pendleton.


Israel Holly7 King, (David,* Ebenezer Ebenezer* James,3 James,2 William1), born in Suffield, Conn., April 9. 1791; died in Suffield, Sept. 19, 1817; married in Suffield, Nov. 1813, Lydia Leavitt. His will dated Aug. 14, 1817, is on file in Probate Office, Hartford, Conn. His wife and David King, executors, Son Holly Leavitt is mentioned.

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