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Henry Crosby9 King, (Henry William,* Leicester,1 David," Ebeneser,'1 Ebeneser* James,3 James,2 William1), born in Akron, O., Sept. 17, 1843. He volunteered during the Civil War in the hundred day service for the defense of Washington, D. C. He died at Arlington Heights Aug., 1864, and was buried in the family lot at Warren, Ohio.


Julia Huntington" King, (Henry William,* Leicester,1 David," Ebenezer, Ebenezer* James* James,2 William1), born in Akron, O., June 4, 1848; married in Chicago Dewey Fisher, son of Dr. Alexander Fisher. After some years in the lumber business, his health failing, they moved to Colorado Springs, Col., where he died about 1883, and at which place the family still reside. Issue:

i. Louisa Dewey10 Fisher, b. Chicago, Ill., June, 1872. ii. Franklin Crosby Fisher, b. Chicago, Aug., 1874. iii. May Crosby Fisher, b. Chicago, Sept., 1876. iv. Helen Huntington Fisher, b. Jany., 1881. v. Alice Risley Fisher, b. Sept., 1882.


Julia Eliza9 King, (Leicester* Leicester,1 David* Ebenezer, Ebenezer* James,3 James2 William1), born in Warren, O., Aug. 21, 1845; married Aug. 23, 1871, Prof. Charles Josiah Smith, son of Josiah and Martha (Haskell) Smith, born in Chardon, O., Oct. 16, 1844. Mrs. Julia Eliza (King) Smith was educated at Bloomfield Academy, Miss Metcalf's Academy, Hudson, O., and by private teachers Brooklyn, N. Y. Professor Smith's academic

record is as follows: A. B., Western Reserve College, 1870;
A. M., 1873; Professor of Mathematics and Perkins Professor of
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy, Western Reserve College,
1870-82; Professor of Mathematics, Adelbert College, 1882,
which position he still (1906) holds. Professor and Mrs. Smith
reside at 2035 Adelbert Road, Cleveland, O.

i. Ethel King10 Smith, b. Hudson, O., Aug. 20, 1873;
m. June 26, 1901, Franklin Turner Jones, son
Newton and Phedora (Turner) Jones, b. Geneva,
O., Nov. 13, 1874. Mrs. Ethel King (Smith)
Jones before her marriage was graduated from the
Western Reserve University with the degree A. B.
Mr. Franklin T. Jones received the degrees of
A. B. and A. M. from the Western Reserve Uni-
versity. He is a teacher at the University School,
Cleveland, O. Res. 2035 Adelbert Road, Cleve-
land, O.

1 Helen Holley11 Jones, b. Cleveland, O., Jany. 2,


2 Charles Newton Jones, b. Cleveland, O., Feb.

8, 1905.

ii. Charles Huntington10 Smith, b. Hudson, O., Aug. 9, 1877. A. B. from Adelbert College, 1900. B. S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1905. Assistant Engineer, New York, Chicago and St. Louis R. R. Res. 2035 Adelbert Road, Cleveland, O.

iii. Charlotte Purinton Smith, b. Hudson, O., Feb. 21, 1879. Educated at Cleveland Central High School and Cleveland School of Art. Res. 2035 Adelbert Road, Cleveland, O.


Leicester Purinton8 King, (Leicester? Leicester,1 David* Ebenezer? Ebeneser* James,' James,2 William1), born in Warren, O., Feb. 11, 1847; married in Cincinnati, O., April 12, 1872, Harriet M. Sanders; divorced Sept. 12, 1892; (2) Dec. 25, 1895, Frances Darlinton, of Manchester, O. Res. Pulaski County, Ky. F. O. address, Buzzard, Ky. Was in business in Cincinnati, O.,

for a number of years.


1388 i. Leicester J.,10 b. Oct. 25, 1875; d. Cincinnati, March

27, 1882.


Israel Holly* King, (Leicester/ Leicester,1 David,9 Ebenezer? Ebenezer? James? James,1 William1), born in Akron, O., July 26, 1852; died in Deming, N. Mex., June 13, 1896; married Aug. 16, 1892, Mary Kephart of Knoxville, Tenn. He was educated at Western Reserve College, Hudson, O. Moved to New Mexico and engaged in ranching. He had been admitted to the Cleveland (Ohio) Bar in 1878, but gave up the practice of law there. Issue:

1389 i. Nadine,10 b. Jany. 16, 1894; d. Sept. 27, 1901.


William George" King, (Leicester/ Leicester? David? Ebenezer? Ebenezer? James? James? William1), born in Akron, O., March 24, 1854; married July 18, 1883, Ida May Mears, born , in North Bloomfield, O., Sept. 8, 1857. William G. King was educated in the public schools of North Bloomfield, O., to which place his parents had removed in i860, and later he attended the Western Reserve University of Cleveland, O., which was then the Western Reserve College, located at Hudson, O. He graduated from this institution in 1880; taught in the public schools of Kentucky, O., and New York City for eight years; took a post graduate course in analytical chemistry at Cooper Institute, New York City, and graduated from there in 1888. He was also at the same time taking a post graduate course in chemistry and metallurgy at the School of Mines, of Columbia University, New York City, and spent two years in that institution. For three years he was assistant in chemistry at the Case School of Applied Sciences at Cleveland, O. He then became Professor of Chemistry and Metallurgy at the College of Montana, Deer Lodge,

Mont., holding that position three years. He then worked in the smelters of Butte, Mont., as chemist and metallurgist for six years, when he was elected to the Chair of Chemistry and Metallurgy at the Montana School of Mines, where he has taught for the past six years (1900-1906), with the exception of six months, when he was elected Professor of Metallurgy at the Colorado State School of Mines at Golden, Col., but resigned that position and came back to the Montana State School of Mines. Res. Butte, Mont. Issue: 1390* i. Grace Amanda,10 b. North Bloomfield, O., June 13,

1884. 1391* ii. Ethel Mears, b. New York City, May 6, 1886. 1392 iii. Harold William, b. Butte, Mont., Jany. 19, 1897.


Charlotte Purinton" King, (Leicester," Leicester,7 David,6 Ebenezer, Ebenezer James,3 James,2 William1), born in Akron, O., Oct. 26, 1856; married in Washington, D. C, Sept. 13, 1883, Albert Bailey Bushnell. They live at Forest Park, a suburb of Washington, D. C. No issue.


Eliza Isabella" King, (Leicester/ Leicester,'' David,9 Ebenezer? Ebenezer* James,3 James,2 William'), born in North Bloomfield, O., Oct. 26, i860; died in Marburg, Prussia, Dec. 31, 1887; married June 9, 1885, Arthur Cushman McGiffert, son of Rev. Joseph McGiffert of Ashtabula, O. Mr. Arthur C. McGiffert went to Marburg, Prussia, to pursue his studies, and while residing there Mrs. McGiffert died, leaving an infant daughter. Mr. McGiffert then returned and was preaching at Cincinnati, O.


i. Elizabeth King10 Mcgiffert, b. Marburg, Prussia. Dec. 27, 1886; unmar. Res. 75 E. 81st St. New York City.


Ellen Lewis9 King, (David Leicester* Leicester,1 David* Ebenezer, Ebenezer* James,3 James,2 William1), born in Akron, O., June 30, 1850; died in Akron Dec. 20, 1878; attended the schools at Akron and the Cleveland, O., Young Ladies' Seminary; married in Akron Jany. 19, 1870, David Raymond Paige, of Painesville, O. He was engaged in the hardware business at Akron. After Mrs. Paige's death he removed to New York City, where he married again. He died in 1892. Issue:

i. Charles Cutler10 Paige, b. Akron, O., Nov. 25,
1870; m. (1) Oct. 10, 1891, Mary Adams of War-
ren, O., who died in 1894 leaving two children.
Mr. Paige m. (2) March 7, 1898, Janette Vail and
by this last marriage has also two children. Res.
New York City.

1 David Raymond " Paige, b. Dec. 31, 1892.

2 Sara Morris Paige, b. Aug. 16, 1894.

3 Bettie King Paige, b. Oct. 12, 1898.

4 Thomas Vail Paige, b. July 20, 1900.

ii. David King10 Paige, b. Akron, O., May 20, 1872; m. Akron, O., Sept. 19, 1900, Gertrude M. Wagner. He was educated in the common schools of Akron, five years at Courtland Academy, Lakewood, N. J., and two years at Ann Arbor (Mich.) University. Began his business career with the Akron Varnish Co.; then with Whitman-Barnes Co. seven years. Entered the General Insurance business in 1899. Dist. Agt. Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y. and the Maryland Casualty Co. Asst. Treas. Western Reserve Society, Sons of American Revolution. Member of Masonic Fraternity and B. P. O. Elks, Delta Kappa Epsilon Society.


1 Ellen Lewis King11 Paige, b. Akron, O., Dec. 20, 1901.


Bettie Steele* King, (David Leicester* Leicester,7 David* Ebenezer,1 Ebenezer* James* James,* William1), born in Cleve

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