Calvin and Susan M. King Descendants
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Calvin King married Susan McPhail.  Based upon the 1870 U.S. Census, Venus King was Calvin's mother. His siblings inclu
Calvin King married Susan McPhail. Based upon the 1870 U.S. Census, Venus King was Calvin`s mother. His siblings included: Martha (a mulatto), Cilvia and Irvin. According to the recorded deaths for Sampson County, Calvin`s father was listed as Wright Weeks.
Issac King (son of Calvin & Susan) (center), Thomas King (son of Issac & Mary) (right) and Carlie Fryar (son of James an
Issac King (son of Calvin & Susan) (center), Thomas King (son of Issac & Mary) (right) and Carlie Fryar (son of James and Mattie King Fryar, grandson of Issac & Mary and great grandson of Calvin & Susan.
Lonnie King and Martha Troublefield were married on October 12, 1903 by G. F. Britt (Justice of the Peace) and the marri
Lonnie King and Martha Troublefield were married on October 12, 1903 by G. F. Britt (Justice of the Peace) and the marriage was witnessed by Mary Britt, MJ. Tew and J. T. King. Lonnie and Martha had nine children: Jessie, Bessie, Calving David, Earnie, Leonzie, Marvin, George, Elmond and Perry Cleveland. Lonnie was a very talented musician. In fact he taught music in several churches, including Cedar Point Disciples of Christ and Little Field Missionary Baptist. Using his talent, he traveled with his siblings and nieces and nephews singing throughout the area. The King family was well known for their melodious voices.
Isaac H. King and Mary Ella Troublefield were married on November 11, 1903 by Reverend McLaurin and the marriage was wit
Isaac H. King and Mary Ella Troublefield were married on November 11, 1903 by Reverend McLaurin and the marriage was witnessed by Leandis McPhail and Nelson McPhail. Isaac and Lonnie married sisters (Mary and Martha Troublefield). Isaac and Mary had twelve children: Oscar, Tom, Mattie, Susan Jane, Marylene, James Harvey, Annie Mae, Irene (Tinnie), David Mack, Gertie Pearl, John Henry and Plinnie. As told my Cousin Eunice Fryar, Isaac learned to play the organ and was very talented. Some of his favorite songs were "Glory Hallelujah", "What a Friend" and "Precious Memories". He spent many hours assisting his children as they practiced their vocal and instrumental talents to ensure they were always on key for "Uncle Lonnie". In fact, his children were a part of the King group that performed at various churches; therefore, he traveled many miles to ensure that they were at the appropriate place at the right time