Family: King, Thomas Rice / Robison, Matilda (F181)

m. 25 Dec 1831

Family Chart     |    PDF

King, Thomas
Male (1770-1845)
Hyde, Ruth
Female (1777-1838)
King, Timothy Hyde
Male (1803-1867)
King, Abigail
Female (1796-1817)
King, Zattia Zattu
Female (1797-1798)
King, Zina
Female (1799-1820)
King, Volney
Male (1800-1890)
King, Naomi
Female (1806-1859)
King, Rufus
Male (1807- )
Robison, Joseph
Male (1768-1839)
Quineal, Cornelia
Female (1778-1829)
Robison, Peter
Male (1817- )
King, Thomas Rice
Male (1813-1879)
Robison, Matilda
Female (1812-1894)
King, Culbert
Male (1836-1909)
King, William
Male (1834-1892)
King, John Robison
Male (1837-1899)
King, Culbert
Male (1836-1909)
King, Thomas Edwin
Male (1839-1923)
King, William R.
Male (1834-1892)
King, Thomas Edwin
Male (1839-1923)
King, Matilda Emily
Female (1845-1846)
King, Volney LeRoy
Male (1847-1925)
King, Leroy Roy
Male (1850-1852)


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