|Birth: ||Aug. 24, 1840|
|Death: ||Nov. 18, 1911|
Mary M. (Roberts) King was born in Sandusky county August 24, 1840, married William P. King January 11, 1858,and died November 18, 1911.
Mary was the daughter of George and Sarah (Lones) Roberts, both of whom were natives of Perry county, Ohio, and of German ancestry. The father was born March 22, 1807, and passed away July 7, 1880; the mother was born February 1, 1810, near Rushville, Perry county, and died at her home in Sandusky county, August 10, 1887, Their marriage took place in February, 1834, and for nearly half a century they fought life's battle together. They were among the very earliest settlers of Sandusky county, having come there when that section of the county was a vast wilderness. They cleared away the forests and planted orchards, sowed the grains, tilled the soil, made for themselves and children a comfortable home, and lived to see towns spring up around them, churches and schoolhouses built, and all the comforts and conveniences of civilization brought within their reach.
For forty-seven years they were valued members of their community, and they died honored and respected by all.
Mary and her husband William had seven children, namely: Ervin, Sarah, Rosie, Solomon, Viola, Mary, and Cynthia.
George Roberts (1807 - 1880)
Sarah Lones Roberts (1810 - 1887)
William Perry King (1837 - 1928)*
Plot: North Section Lot #599 Grave #12
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Originally Created by: Barb
Record added: Jun 05, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19729904
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