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Emelia's Direct Line:
Emelia J. Campbell —> Tad D. Campbell —> Donald D. Campbell —> Howard T. Campbell —>
Ralph B. Campbell —> Susan M. Tuggle
—> Adaline J. Forbis —> Adaline L. King —>
Harbert King Sr.
—> Rev. John King



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Adaline Lanier King

Born: 22 Mar 1810 in Lincoln Co., KY
Died: 3 Apr 1886 in Lincoln Co., KY

Burial: Crab Orchard Cemetery, Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co., KY

Father: Harbert "Harb" King, Sr.
Mother: Mary "Polly" Owsley

1st Marriage: 13 Jul 1829 in Lincoln Co., KY to Morgan Forbis, Jr. (1809-1845). Eight children.

2nd Marriage: 18 May 1846 in Lincoln Co., KY to William W. Hobbs (1805-c.1855). Two known children.


Children by Morgan Forbis, Jr.:

1.

Mary Elizabeth Forbis (c.1830-aft.1920) m. Charles Emory Hobbs. Settled at Rose Hill, Lee Co., VA.

2.

Margaret Catherine Forbis (1831-?) m. George W. Pollock

3.

Harbert King Forbis (1834-1910) m. Susan Mary Caldwell
Carpenter and wagon maker. Union Civil War Veteran (Captain, Company F, 19th Kentucky Infantry). Lived at Danville, Boyle Co., KY and Ohio.
CLICK HERE FOR CIVIL WAR BIOGRAPHY

4.

Adaline Jerusha Forbis (1836-1889) m. William J. Tuggle. Settled in Brown Co., KS.

5.

Sarah M. "Sallie" Forbis (1838-c.1909) m. Robert H. Singleton

6.

Martha Harriet Forbis (1840-aft.1920) m. Stephen N. Eads. Resided in Lee Co., VA and Claiborne Co., TN.

7.

Henrietta Forbis (c.1842-?). No further information.

8.

Anna Eliza Forbis (1845-aft.1900) m. Charles William Boone


Children by William W. Hobbs:

1.

Bryan Young Owsley Hobbs (1847-1900) m. Margaret Thomas "Maggie" White

2.

William King Hobbs (c.1851-1913) m. Susie W. Smiley. Wagon and carriage maker. Lived in Danville, Boyle Co., KY and Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL.

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Harbert "Harb" King, Sr.

Born: 15 Feb 1779 in Brunswick Co., VA
Died: 21 Nov 1848 in Lincoln Co., KY

Father: Rev. John King
Mother: Molly Lanier

Marriage: 2 May 1809 in Lincoln Co., KY to Mary "Polly" Owsley (1791-1846). Seven children.

Occupation: lawyer, farmer

CLICK HERE FOR HARBERT KING'S WILL & ESTATE (1.9 MB)


Children by Mary "Polly" Owsley:

1.

Adaline Lanier King (1810-1886) m1. Morgan Forbis, Jr.; m2. William W. Hobbs.

  • Issue: Mary Elizabeth (Forbis) Hobbs, Margaret Katherine (Forbis) Pollock, Harbert King Forbis, Adaline Jerusha (Forbis) Tuggle, Sarah M. (Forbis) Singleton, Martha Harriet (Forbis) Eads, Henrietta Forbis, Anna Eliza (Forbis) Boone, Bryan Young Owsley Hobbs, & William King Hobbs.
     

2.

Mary Lanier "Polly" King (1811-1853). Never married. Mentally handicapped.

3.

William Mason King (1813-1891) m. Elizabeth "Betsy" Clinton.

  • Farmer. Union Civil War Veteran (Company K, 19th Kentucky Infantry). Moved to Brown Co., IN after the Civil War.
  • Issue: James Mason King, Benjamin O. King, Alice Mary (King) Burrow, Margaret Alma (King) Perkins-Ball, William Clinton King, Elizabeth King, Nancy E. King, & Thomas Bramlett King.
     

4.

John "Jack" King (c.1816-c.1875) m. Elizabeth P. Douglas

  • Farmer, artist, and photographer. Confederate Civil War Veteran (Sergeant, Company B, 6th Kentucky Cavalry). Rode with Brig. Gen. John Hunt Morgan, captured at Buffington Island during Morgan's Ohio Raid (19 Jul 1863), and spent rest of the war as POW at Camp Douglas in Chicago, IL.
  • Issue: Rosa Belle King, Fannie Miller King, Charles S. King, John Samuel King, & Peyton Jackson "Pate" King.
     

5.

Sally Owsley King (c.1819-1845) m. Dr. John B. Gentry, Sr.

  • Issue: Richard K. Gentry, Mary Susan "Mollie" (Gentry) Dudley, Flavius V. Gentry, Napoleon B. Gentry, & John B. Gentry, Jr.
     

6.

Harbert King, Sr. (1820-1862) m. Elizabeth Jane Suddith.

  • Farmer. Union Civil War Veteran (Captain, Company F, 3rd Kentucky Infantry). Resigned his commission 28 Sep 1862 and subsequently killed by Confederate sympathizers, along with his two sons and a dozen or so other Unionists.
  • Issue: John Franklin King, William Alexander King, Oliver Perry King, George Harbert King, & James Calvin King.
     

7.

George Washington King (dates unknown).

  • Twin brother of Betsy King. Died at age 14 years. Mentally handicapped.
     

8.

Betsy King (dates unknown).

  • Twin sister of George Washington King. Died in infancy.
     

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Rev. John King

Born: unknown
Died: about 1810, probably in Rockingham Co., NC

Father: unknown
Mother: unknown

Marriage: about 1772 in Brunswick Co., VA to Molly Lanier (c.1750-aft.1785). Seven children.

Occupation: Baptist minister


Children by Molly Lanier:

1.

John King, Jr. (c.1773-1832) m. Polly Crittenden.
Settled in Stokes Co., NC.

2.

Elizabeth King (c.1775-?) m. Andrew Joyce

3.

George Washington King (c.1777-1846)
Settled in Baldwin Co., GA.

4.

Harbert "Harb" King, Sr. (1779-1848) m. Mary "Polly" Owsley. Settled in Lincoln Co., KY.

5.

Sally King (c.1780-?) m. Peter Oliver

6.

David King (?-aft.1803). No further information.

7.

Polly King (no dates) m. Jesse Atkinson. Settled in Williamson Co., TN.


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