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1 Clinton Roy10 Newcomb, b. Sept. 28, 1888; d.

Sept. 5, 1892.

2 Tressie Eva Newcomb, b. Dec. 29, 1890.

iii. Joseph Warren9 Holder, b. Dec. 23, 1872; m. . No issue.


Robert Newton8 King, (Lyman,7 Samuel, Ebenezer, Ebenezer? James,3 James? William1), born in New Brunswick, N. J., May 6, 1845'. married May 13, 1879, Harriet Snyder, born Nov. 30, 1852. While an infant his parents removed to Springfield, Mass. He was educated at the Connecticut Literary Institute at Suffield. Later he was associated with his father in the commission business and the manufacture of woolen goods. After the failure of his father and the closing down of the woolen mills he engaged in railroad contracting and in 1875, in connection with other Springfield men, took the contract to build no miles of railroad which is now a part of the C. H. & D. system. He afterward became interested in manufacturing and organized the "Stilwell-Bierce-Smith-Vail Corporation" with a capital of $1,000,000 and for many years was president of the same. While he occupied that position the company became the largest manufacturers of water wheels in the world; also manufacturing pumping and linseed oil machinery. He is now (1907) largely engaged in the development of water-power and long-distance electrical transmission, as well as interested in mining and water companies. He resides with his family at 133 West Second St., Dayton, Ohio. Children born in Dayton. Issue:

1210* i. Margaret Ethel,9 b. March 22, 1880. 1211* ii. Robert Snyder, b. July 21, 1888.


Sarah Elizabeth King, (Dan Williams, Dan? Dan? Ebenezer? James? James? William1), born in Suffield, Conn., Jany. 30, 1837; married July 2, i860, Albert Gallatin7 Browne, (Thomas,* John,3 Gideon,4 Joseph,3 James,2 Chad1), born Dec.

15, 1831; a direct descendant of Chad Browne and on the ma-
ternal side of Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island.
Mr. Browne died Dec. 23, 1905. Mrs. Browne resides at Hart-
ford, Conn.

i. Effie Maud" Browne, b. Jany. 22, 1864; m. Aug.
16, 1892, Frederick Berry Smith, a descendant of
Thomas Smith, one of the founders of Watertown,
Mass., whose English ancestry is said to have been
satisfactorily traced to the Cavendish-Smiths of
Suffolk, Eng. Mr. and Mrs. Smith reside at
Wollaston, Mass.
i Kenneth Sutherland10 Smith, b. Aug. 14,

2 Ronald Erwin Smith, b. June 18. 1898; d.
March 20, 1906.
ii. May Edna" Browne, b. Feb. 1, 1869; d. Jany. 16,


Alice Marie" King, (Dan William,7 Dan," Dan? Ebenczer? James,3 James,- William1), born in Suffield, Conn., Sept. 19, 1854; died Oct. 14, 1878; married March 11, 1874, Frank Ernest Belden. Issue;

i. Christine Elizaiieth" Belden, b. May 24, 1878; m. April 27, 1904, Frederick William Grant.


Zeno Pease" King, (Gamaliel Granger,1 Dan? Dan? Ebenezer? James? James? William1), born in Suffield, Conn., June 3, 1841; married in Norwich. Conn., Feb. 2, 1871, Mary Eugenie Higgs, of Scranton, Pa. He is a tobacco merchant in Los Angeles, Cal. No issue.


Helen Marie" King, (Abel? Benoni? Dan? Ebenezcr? James? James? William1), born in Suffield, Conn., July 21, 1833; died in Suffield, April 16, 1907. As the only child and

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