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Cameron H. King, Jr.
Mrs. George C. King

George C. King Cameron H. King J.,. M. King
Janet C. King Mrs. L. M. King Doris W. King

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3, 1885; married June u, 1856, Antoinette Philips. Children

born at Hammond.

Issue:

1095* i. Edwin Gilbert,8 b. May 18, 1859; m. May 5, 1880,

Cora E. Kenyon. 1096* ii. Myron Wallace, b. March 6, 1861; m. Dec. 8, 1886,

Etta M. Bostwick.

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Alfred Henry7 King, (Alfred* Jonathan/' Lt. Eliphalet,1 Capt. Joseph,3 James,2 William1), born in Marengo, Ill., May 21, 1846; married (1) Aug. 1, 1882, Susan C. Dickinson, who died Aug. 24, 1895; (2) Aug. 11, 1897, Dora Rowe. There was no issue by the first marriage but they adopted a daughter— Mabel. Residence, Dallas, Tex.

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Cameron Haight7 King, (George Eliplialet,e Maj. Seth,* Lt. Eliphalet* Capt. Joseph,3 James,2 William1), born in Lima, N. Y. (near Rochester, N. Y.), Dec. 21, 1844; married (1) in Sacramento, Cal., April 2, 1873, Anna Eliza Beveridge, daughter of David Forney and Hannah Rebecca (Winn) Beveridge, born in Benicia, Solano Co., Cal.. June 13, 1851; died in San Francisco, Cal., July 1, 1879; (2) Oct. 17, 1881, Ella Jane Brown, daughter of Charles Mar and Frances Sarah (Bridgwood) Brown, born in St. Helena, Napa Co., Cal., March 23, 1863; died in San Francisco, Cal., Jany. 22, 1901. From a book entitled "Master Hands in the Affairs of the Pacific Coast," published at San Francisco in 1892 by the Western Historical and Publishing Co., we extract the following:

"Col. Cameron H. King was born near Rochester, New York, on December 21, 1844, and completed his education at the University of Rochester, class of 1863. Col. King comes of a race of lawyers. His father was a prominent lawyer of Western New York and his maternal grandfather, Fletcher M. Haight, was Judge of the United States District Court in California. Col. King was engaged in mining in Montana from 1865 to

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