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James Martin King
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Birth: Jul. 15, 1866
Union County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Jun. 7, 1946
Union County
North Carolina, USA

James Martin King was a son of James Gassaway King (1838-1904) and Aley Jane Sikes (1844-1925). His paternal grandparents were Rev. Harmon Daniel King, Jr. (1805-1906) and his first wife Mary V. Starnes (1814-1865). James married Heallon Mercia Beachum (1874-1930, a daughter of Jeremiah Washington Beachum and Mary Jane Taylor) circa 1891, and they had at least 4 children: Mary Jane King (25 March 1892-1 March1923, m. Dan B. Howell), Ernest King (29 Oct. 1894-18 Nov. 1960, m. Virgie Greene, lived in Monroe, died in Charlotte, bur. Sharon Memorial Park), Bertha Lenore King (20 Nov. 1896-22 Dec. 1918, m. R. Ernest Davis, died of influenza) and Frances Viola "Fannie" King (1 Feb. 1900-3 Feb. 1918, m. A. Z. High, died in childbirth). James' wife and two younger daughters are buried at Deep Springs in Anson County. 
Family links: 
  James Gassaway King (1838 - 1904)
  Aley Jane Sikes King (1844 - 1925)
  Heallon Mercia Beachum King (1874 - 1930)*
  Mary Jane King Howell (1892 - 1923)*
  Ernest King (1894 - 1960)*
  Bertha Lenore King Davis (1896 - 1918)*
  Viola King High (1900 - 1918)*
  John H. King (1862 - 1912)*
  James Martin King (1866 - 1946)
*Calculated relationship
Oak Grove Baptist Church Cemetery
Union County
North Carolina, USA
Created by: John Field Pankow
Record added: Jun 14, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27542124

- Rest in God
 Added: Jul. 28, 2010
"Almighty God, we remember this day before thee thy faithful servant James, and we pray thee that, having opened to him the gates of larger life, thou wilt receive him more and more into thy joyful service; that he may win, with thee and thy servants ever...(Read more)
- John Field Pankow
 Added: Jun. 7, 2009
You are honored and remembered on your birthday, Sir.
- John Field Pankow
 Added: Jul. 15, 2008

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