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Ann King Roadman
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Birth: 1799
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Jun. 19, 1884
Westmoreland County
Pennsylvania, USA

Ann's father was William King, son of Michael and Susanna (Passmore) King. William was brother to Enos King and brother-in-law to Leonard Stahl all three of whom were early residents of what came to be called Stahlstown. The town was built on land owned by Leonard Stahl, Enos King is credited with building the first stone house there, and William King settled within a few houses of those two, probably in 1801.

Ann's mother's name may have been Ann or Anna, it may have been Catherine; she is reported to have been half-Spanish. Her last name is, so far, a mystery - it is rumored to have been Boland or Bollon or Bolan or something that sounded like those names.

There is much confusion about the name of Ann's mother due to the fact that William took a second wife in the early 1830's after the death of Ann's mother. The second wife's name, Catharine King, appears in William's will. Catharine King was born Catharine Ambrose and was married to Jacob Lichtebarger until his death in 1829. Catharine (Ambrose) (Lichtebarger) King then married William King creating a blended family including the children of both parents who still lived at home. William and Catharine also produced one child of their own, Martha L. King (b.Jan. 10, 1834). William died May 5, 1853 leaving 7 living children. His will mentions his daughter "Ann King intermarried with Jacob Roadman".

Ann's son John Roadman ended up living in the Enos King Stone House in Stahlstown for a period of time. 
Family links: 
  William King (1776 - 1853)
  Jacob Roadman (1790 - 1863)
  William Roadman (1819 - 1893)*
  John Roadman (1821 - 1902)*
  Samuel Roadman (1823 - 1903)*
  Jacob S Roadman (1825 - 1881)*
  Mariah Roadman Campbell (1828 - 1881)*
  Sanson James Roadman (1830 - 1905)*
  Josiah Roadman (1836 - 1904)*
  Dd. King (____ - 1830)*
  Ann King Roadman (1799 - 1884)
  Enos Boling King (1803 - 1891)*
  David W. King (1808 - 1854)*
  Martha L. King Ellis (1834 - 1899)*
*Calculated relationship
Jun 19, 1884
85 Years
Methodist Church Cemetery
Westmoreland County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Lot 90
Maintained by: Etoile of NE Ohio
Originally Created by: Dawnetta
Record added: Oct 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60678985
Ann <i>King</i> Roadman
Added by: Etoile of NE Ohio
Ann <i>King</i> Roadman
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