|Birth: ||Jan. 3, 1853|
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
|Death: ||Oct. 27, 1902|
Son of Jane Hacking King King McNeil O'Brien and Enoch Marvin King. His parents divorced a short time after he was born. He lived with his mother and younger half siblings in Cedar Fort, Utah, Utah, USA, Washington D.C. during the Civil War, returned to Cedar Fort, the in the 1870s the family moved to Starr Valley, Elko, Nevada. David would come visit the family from time to time, but we leave for parts unknown for long periods of time.
Juliane sent this email on 12 May 2011:
Hi, I ran across this and thought it just might be your David as no one knew when he was born and does not have any other King family in this cemetery.
KING, David 27 Oct 1902 Palisade, NV Palisade Cemetery
Northeastern Nevada Museum, Elko County Death Records.
After receiving this email, a search brought two interesting results:
Interment.net has a submission with a transcription of stones for this cemetery done in 2004, which includes
King, Dan d. 27 Oct 1902
I think this is the same individual with a transcription error.
See also Dan King
Enoch Marvin King (1821 - 1895)
Jane Hacking O'Brien (1833 - 1901)
Hyrum Smith King (1844 - 1937)**
Alonzo Marvin King (1847 - 1938)**
Joseph Smith King (1849 - 1927)**
James Eleazer King (1850 - 1909)**
John Lorenzo King (1852 - 1936)**
David Franklin King (1853 - 1902)
Nancy Emmaline King Thornley (1854 - 1938)**
Sarah Elizabeth King Young (1858 - 1928)**
Josephine McNeil (1859 - 1860)**
Mary Jane O'Brien Gray (1861 - 1898)**
James Hanley O'Brien (1863 - 1950)**
Created by: Eileen Lentz
Record added: Dec 23, 2008
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