|Birth: ||Nov. 23, 1776|
|Death: ||May 5, 1853|
William first married in about 1797 to a woman whose name is as yet unknown. Her last name may have been Boling as that is the middle name of one son and no other known source of a name "Boling" is familiar to any family member.
William and his first wife had 11 children together and she is believed to have died in about 1832 near Stahlstown, Westmorekand County PA. No gravestone for her has been located, nor any death records. There is a space beside Wm King in this cemetery that is unmarked. That may well be where she is buried.
In about 1833 William then married Catharine (nee Ambrose) Lichtebarger, widow of Jacob Lichtebarger and mother of 8 children, some of whom still lived at home.
In 1834 William and Catharine welcomed a daughter into the world, Martha L King who later married Robert Ellis of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
After the death of William King, Catharine and Martha followed some of the King and Lichebarger children who had already moved to Iowa in the Cedar Rapids area, some of whom being the founding settlers of the area.
It is his 2nd wife Catharine who is listed in William's will.
Children of William King and his first wife were:
Ann King (1799 – 1884) who married Jacob Roadman, Sr and remained in the Stahlstown area. Mentioned in her father's will drafted in 1846, proved 1853.
Joseph King (abt 1801 – d ?) last confirmed on the 1820 census in Westmoreland County, PA, mentioned in his father's will drafted in 1846, proved 1853.
Enos Boling King aka Enos B King (1803 – 1891) married Jane McClain also of Westmoreland County, PA, emigrated to Wayne County Ohio in 1832, probably after the death of his mother. Progenitor of a large and respected family in his own right. Mentioned in his father's will drafted in 1846, proved in 1853
Samuel King (abt 1804 – d.?) last confirmed on the 1820 census in Westmoreland County, PA. Mentioned in his father's will drafted in 1846, proved in 1853
David Wilson King Sr. (1808 – 1854) Married Mary Ann Singer. Emigrated to Iown in about 1840. Mentioned in his father's will drafted in 1846, proved in 1853
Michael King (1809 – d.?) Last Census confirmation in Westmoreland County, PA in 1830. Mentioned in his father's will drafted in 1846, proved in 1853
John King (1813 – 1846) married unknown. His sons, Wesley and Elmer, mentioned in his father's will drafted in 1846, proved in 1853; John is deceased.
Maria King (1819 – 1912) Married John Lichtebarger (son of Jacob and Catharine (Ambrose) Lichtebarger, Catharine later married Maria's father. Emigrated to Iowa between 1830 and 1856. Mentioned in her father's will drafted in 1846, proved in 1853
William King Jr (1822 – d.?) Last confirmed census 1840. Mentioned in his father's will drafted in 1846, proved in 1853
PA MR King (1824 – 1825) The grave marker says "PA.MR.KING" - not sure what that stands for as of yet, but the marker is near that of William.
Dd King (1829 – 1830) from gravestone near that of William King
Child of William King and his 2nd wife Catharine (nee Ambrose, formerly Lichtebarger):
Martha L King (1834 - 1898) Married Robert Ellis of Cedar Rapids Iowa where she had emigrated with her mother after the death of her father. Mentioned in her father's will drafted in 1846, proved 1853.
Michael King (1741 - 1800)
Susanna Passmore King (1743 - 1810)
Catharine King (1790 - 1874)
Ann King Roadman (1799 - 1884)*
Enos Boling King (1803 - 1891)*
David W. King (1808 - 1854)*
Martha L. King Ellis (1834 - 1899)*
Elizabeth King Stahl (1764 - ____)*
Rebecca King King (1768 - 1858)*
Enos King (1768 - 1845)*
George King (1774 - 1844)*
William King (1776 - 1853)
David King (1782 - 1863)*
Phoebe King Cramer (1787 - 1817)*
Note: Headstone has possibly been re-carved, the name is crude. A small heart has either been gouged out or naturally appeared just under and to the right of the
Methodist Church Cemetery
Created by: Etoile of NE Ohio
Record added: Oct 23, 2011
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