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Descendants of SOLOMON KING




Generation No. 1


1. SOLOMON2 KING (DUNCAN1) was born 1787 in Bladen Co, NC (Source: 1850 Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC, Page 231, He could read and write so he should know how old he was- EJK.), and died Aft. 1870 in New Hanover or Brunswick Co, NC. He married (1) DRUSILLA KEA Bef. 1816 in Bladen Co, NC, daughter of ROBERT KEA and RACHEL KITCHEN. She was born 1800 in Bladen Co, NC, and died Bef. Feb-1832 in Columbus Co, NC. He married (2) ELIZABETH NLN-KING Bef. Feb-1832. She was born Abt. 1800 in Brunswick Co, NC, and died Unknown.

Notes for SOLOMON KING:
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Abstracts of Early Deeds of Bladen Co, NC, Vol-3
Deed Book #8
184      27 Sep 1843 - Grant No.4412 to Charles McNorton - 100 acres adj Solomon King, James Downing - on Buckhead.
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Abstracts of Wills, 1734-1900, Bladen Co, NC
pg-32
      Edwards, Charles      06-Jan-1811
Wife and Executrix: Lydia. Sons: James, Gharles, John. Daughters: elizabeth, Susannah, Lizzie. Other Legatees: Mary Reeves and her daughter, Sarah. Executors: James King, James Edwards. Witnesses: Solomon King, Betsy Edwards.
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NC Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Bride            Elizabeth Baldwin
Groom            John H. Holmes
Bond Date      29-Sep-1852
County            Brunswick
Record #            01 021
Bondsman      Saml Langdon, Solomon King
Witness            Saml Langdon
Bond #            000004615
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NC Census Index 1790-1890 ( I'm filling in census info as it becomes available )
Census 1810 Bladen Co, NC
Census 1830 Columbus Co, NC
Census 1840 Columbus Co, NC
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Census 1850 Columbus Co, NC
165/167      Solomon King      63M      Farmer      $1000      NC
      Eliza            50F                  NC
      Solomon O.      21M      Cooper            NC
      Mary            20F                  NC
      Drusilla            15F                  NC
      Wm            14M                  NC
      Ann M.            12F                  NC
      Wm H.H.            8M                  NC     
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Census 1860 Columbus Co, NC
0696      Solomon King      70M      Farmer      NC
      Eliza A. King      57F            Brunswick Co, NC
      Mary A. King      30F            NC
      Drusilla King      21F            NC
      [Henry] Harrison King 19M            NC/ Co-C, 1st Btln

0697      [Solomon] Owen King 35M      Farmer      NC/ Co-C, 1st Btln

0698      William [W.] King      33M      Farmer      NC/ Co-C, 1st Btln
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Census 1870 New Hanover Co, NC
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Abstracts of Columbus Co, NC Court Minutes 1826-1837 Vol-2

February Term 1826
      Enoch Daniel apptd Constable in Capt. Bryan's District with Solomon King and James Baldwin and William Lewis as Secur.

August Term 1826
      Solomon King, Alex Formyduval and Henry Enzor apptd to aud/set the accts of Solomon and David Taylor on the Estate of Alex Taylor, Dec'd.
      Tuesday morning Court met agreeable to Adjournment. Present: B. Haynes, H. Best and S. King
      Sol'm. King, Alex Formyduval and Henry Best apptd to aud/set the accts of Solomon and David Taylor, Admr. on Estate of Alex. Taylor, Dec'd., made their return

November Term 1826
      Deed Robert Kea to John Kea oath of Solomon King
      Letters of Administration on Estate of John Daniel, Dec'd., granted to E. Daniel. He entered into bond of $700 with J. Powell and S. King as Secur.

February Term 1827
      John Money apptd Constable in Capt. Yates District. Present: Elias Godwin, Fred Sasser, Absalom Powell, Moore Lennon, Richard Wooten, Sol King and John McKay.
      Jurors drawn for Superior Court Spring Term 1827: Simon Ward, Solomon Dyson, Augustus Smith, Joel Sasser, John Mancill, John Money, junr., Luke High, Archabol Hammons, Saml. P. Russ, Ephraim Cartrett, Moses Jones, Luke Flowers, Amus Coleman, Thos. Cartrett, Silas Inmon, Theophelus Coleman, Phillip Watts, James Dyson, Curtes Spivey, Robert Cartrett, Joseph Baldwin, Joseph Mills, Solomon King, Richard Wooten, John Grissett, Joshua Sowl, Jarret Godwin, James Ellis, William Hughs, Macajah Long, Hamelton Hilburn, Esaw High, John Neely and Joshua Cartrett.
      Josiah Nye, Isaac Powell and Solomon King apptd Committee to settle accts of Sarah Bryan, former Guardian of William S. Bryan. Also, with present Guardian, Alexander Troy, to make return to next Court.
      Enoch Daniel apptd Constable in Capt. Bryan's District. Gave bond with Josiah Powell and Charles Bladwin as Secur. Present: Elias Godwin, Fred Sasser, Absalom Powell, Moore Lennon, Richard Wooten, Solomon King and John McKay.

May Term 1827
      Court proceeded to elect a Sheriff. On the Bench: Josiah Nye, Lott Williamson, Jacob Powell, Duncan Sikes, Elias Godwin, Moore Lennon, Henry Best, Absalom Powell, J. Powell, Solomon King, William Lewis, Bythel Haynes, Richd. Wooten, James Lawson and Thos. Poewll. Entered into bond and gave for Secur: H. Nichols, James McColsky, Richd. Tatom and B.F. Yates.
      The Cow and Calf entered on page before this by the Ranger was proved by Dread Freemon before S. King, Esqr.
      Following persons apptd to keep the polls of the insuing Election for Congress and County - viz
            At Tatoms: Bythel Haynes, Samuel Porter and M. Powell.
            At Nichols: Elias Godwin, H. Nichols and Archd. McKay.
            At Courthouse: James Lawson, J. Summersett and W. Yates.
            At Williams: J. Mills, F. Souls and N. Souls.
            At Faulks: John Faulk, John Gore and Wm. Gore.
            At Regesters: Fredr. Sasser, H. Hill and Wm. Best.
            At Paights: S. King, Aaron Smith and Elisha Pierce.
      Josiah Nye, Isaac Powell and Solomon King apptd Committee to settle the accts of Sarh Bryan, former Guardian of Wm. S. Bryan, minor and report to next Court. Also to settle with Alexander Troy, present Guardian of sd minor.

August Term 1827
      Solomon King apptd to take the List of Taxable property in Capt. Bryan's District in room of Josiah Nye who was apptd last term and removed out of sd District.

February Term 1828
      At a Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions began and held for the County of Columbus at the Court House in Whiteville on the 2nd Munday of February A.D. 1828. Present the Worshipful: Absalom Powell, Jacob Powell, Solomon King and Isham Sowls, Esqrs.
      Tuesday Morning Court agreeable to adjornment - present on the Bench: S. King, F. Sasser and Joseph Nye, Esqrs.

August Term 1828
      At a Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions began and held for the County of Columbus at the Court House in Whiteville on the Second Monday of August 1828. Present the Worshipful: Moore Lennon, Absalom Powell and Sollomon King, Esqrs.
      Wednesday Morning Court met agreeable to adjounment. Present the worshipful:
Moore Lennon, Josiah Nye, Solomon King and E. Godwin, Esqs.
      Solomon King, Armlin Bryan and James Lawson apptd to aud/set the accts of Alexr. Troy, Guardian of William B. Bryan, minor, and report to next Court.

November Term 1828
      The heirs of John Daniel, Dec'd., filed a petition for a division of the real estate. The prayer of the petition granted. Isaac Powell, Josiah Powell, Solomon King, Josiah Maultsby and John O. Kelly appted to divide the land of the late John Daniel, Dec'd. and make return to next Court.

May Term 1829
      Court elects Sheriff for the present year. Present on the bench: William Kemp, Absalom Powell, James Lawson, Levi Stephens, Lott Williamson, Bythel Haynes, Elias Godwin, S. King, Josiah Nye, R. Wooten, Esqr., when Joshua Williamson was apptd.

May Term 1830
      The following apptd to take the list of Taxable Property:
            John Butler, Esqr.            Capt. Coxe's District
            Solomon King, Esqr.      Capt. Maultsby's District
            William Kemp, Esqr.      Capt. Baldwin's District
            Frederick Sasser, Esqr.      Capt. Ward's District
            Luke R. Simmons, Esqr.      Capt. Mills's District
            Augustus Smith, Esqr.      Capt. Nichols's District
            Haynes, Esqr.            Capt. Williamson's District

August Term 1830
      Tuesday Morning Court met agreeable to adjournment. Present the worshipful:
Absalom Powell, Elias Godwin and Solomon King, Esqrs.

February Term 1831
      At a Curt of Pleas and Qurater Sessions began and held at the Court House in Whiteville on the 14th day of February 1831. Present the Worshipful: Absalom Powell, Solomon King and Lott Williamson, Esqrs.
      Armalen Bryan, Sollomon King and Josiah Nye, Esqrs., apptd to aud/set the accts of the Admr. of James Batten, Dec'd., and make return to next Court.
      Tursday Morning Court met agreeable to adjournment. Present the Worshipful: A. Powell, S. King and B. Haynes, Esqrs.
      Enoch Daniel apptd Constable and gave bond with Josiah Maultsby and Solomon King as Secr.

May Term 1831
      Apptd Inspectors of the Poles for members to the Legislature and members to Congress:
            Sol. King, Esqr.            Capt. McNaughtem's District
            John Mills, Esqr.            Capt. Simmons's District
            Henry Best, Esqr.            Capt. Ward's District
            B. Haynes, Esqr.            Capt. Stephens's District
            Elias Godwin, Esqr.       Capt. Nichols's District
            John G. Bellamy, Esqr      Capt. Gore's District
            A. Powell, Esqr.            Capt. W.M. Baldwin's District

August Term 1831
      At a Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions began and held for the County of Columbus at Whiteville on the 2nd Munday of August A.D. 1831. Present the Worshipful: Moore Lennon, Solomon King and John Mills, Esqrs.
      Ord. that Clerk of the County Court issue a Commition to Sol. King and A. Bryan, Esqrs., to attend at the House of H.C. Williams and take the private examination of Sarah Williams.
      Carver Maultsby gave bond for the support of a bastard begoten on the body of Elizabeth Reynols with Sollomon King and D.J. Smith as Secur.

November Term 1831
      Sollomon King and A. Bryan apptd to take the private examination of Sarah Williams touching her free consent to the execution of a deed made to Saml. Chancy by H.C. Williams and her self.

February Term 1832
      Sollomon King apptd Guardian of two of his won children, Elizabeth King and Sarah King and gave bond of $4000 with A. Bryan as Secur.

May Term 1832
      Apptd Lott Williamson, Solomon King, James Lawson, Elias Godwin, John Mills, John G. Bellama and Henry Best, Esqrs., Inspectors of the Poles at the Different Electons for members to the legislature and also for the election of Sheriff for sd County.
      A. Bryan, Esqr., John H. White and Richard Wooten apptd to value and divide the monies in the hands of Solomon King and Negroes among the legal Heirs of sd King which fell to them by the death of William Kee and make return to next Court.

August Term 1832
      At a Court of Plesa and Quarter Sessions began and held at the Court House in Whiteville on the 2nd Monday of August A.D. 1832. Present the Worshipfull" Moore Lennon, Sollomon King, Abs. Powell and Lott Williamson, Esqrs.
      William Kemp, Elisha Sellers, Lott Williamson and Josiah Nye, Esqrs. on Failure of the last County Court to appoint inspectors for the Presidentiol Election proceded to appt the following as Inspectors: Solm King, A. Powell, junr., B. Haynes, Elias Godwin, John Mills, John G. Bellamy and Henry Best.
      I. Powell, A. Bryan, Josiah Maultsby, S. King and John Westbrook apptd Commissioners to lay off and divide the Real estate of Willis Swindall, Dec'd., among the following heirs: Elizabeth Swindall, Samuel Swindall, Mary ann Swindall and Flora Ann Swindall and make return to next Court.

November Term 1832
      Solomon King, Esqr., David Baldwin and James C. Pirse apptd a Committee to Value and divide the personal estate of Sarah Maultsby, Dec'd., among the legal heirs and report to next Court.

February Term 1833
      Josiah Maultsby apptd Admr. on the Estate of Sarah Maultsby, Dec'd., giving bond of $5000 with John H. Whie and Solomon King as Secur.

May Term 1833
      Deed: Daniel Kirkpatrict to Abram Smith set oner to Isaac Powell and hand writing of Jermiah Bigford, a subscribing witness, proved by oath of Solomon King.
      Solomon King allowed to erect a Mill across Sauspan at or near the road.
      Armlian Bryan, Solomon King and Absalom Powell apptd to aud/set the accts of Samuel Smith, admr. ow Willis Swindall, Dec'd., and return to next term of Court.

May Term 1834
      Appointments Made to take the List of Taxable Property:
      Capt. McNorton's District      Solomon King, Esqr.
      Capt. Joyner's District      James Lawson, Esqr.
      Capt. Ward's District      Henry Best, Esqr.
      Capt. Wilson's District      John Mills, Esqr.
      Bug Hill District            John H. Cade, Esqr.
      Capt. Williamson's District      B. Haynes, Esqr.
      Capt Nichols's District      E. Godwin, Esqr.

November Term 1834
      S. King, Esqr., David J. Smith and William Brantley apptd to divide the personal pr4operty of Alexander Taylor, dec'd., Equally among his legal heirs according to the prayer of the petition and make return to next Court.

February Term 1835
      S. King, Esqr., M. Lewis and W. Brantley apptd Inspectors for the Convention election at Pates election. (Pates election was a voteing place)

May Term 1835
      S. King apptd Inspector of the Poles at Pates Election for members to the legislature.

August Term 1835
      State vs Solomon King, the Def. King submitted and fined $1 and Cost.
      State vs Sol King, Def. King submitted and fined $1 and Cost.
      State vs Sol King, Def. King submitted and fined $1 and Cost.
      State vs James M. King, the Def. J.M. King fined $1 and Cost.

February Term 1836
      Deed: S. King to John McNorton ack.

May Term 1836
      Sol King, Esqr., apptd to take the list of Taxable Property in Capt. McNorton's District.

August Term 1836
      Tuesday Morning Court met according to adjornment. Present the Worshipful: J. Nye, B. Haynes and S. King, Esqrs.
      Wednesday Court met according to adjornment. Preasent the Worshipfull: Jas Smith, Josiah Nye and S. King, Esqrs.

February Term 1837
      At the Elections of Constables for sd County. Present the Worshipfull: Josiah Nye, M. Powell, E. Godwin, Jas Smith, Solomon King, John Mears and B. Haynes, Esqrs.

November Term 1837
      Solomon King duly Qualified as Exor. to LW&T of Ann Pit___, Dec'd.
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Abstracts of Deeds, 1840-1846, Columbus County, NC, Vol-4
(book-page/pages)

G-22/23      Dugald Clark (Constable) To Luke High, 12-May-1840, $332, BoS, Negro boy named Sandy "which was leveyed on as property of Solomon King and sold to satisfy the following exections.." in favor of Richard L. Byrne, Isaac Powell, Alexander Downie, Daniel D. Campbell, Charles Shelton, Josiah Maultsby, John Daniel, Josiah Powell, Dugald Clark, and Richard Wooten, issued from Court of P&QS at Feb. Term 1840. Wit: W.M. Baldwin.

G-263      Solomon King to Dugald Clark, 11-Nov-1842, $30, 100 A. in Columbus and Bladen on Es of Buck Head Swamp, the lower part of a 200 A. tract grntd to Solomon King in 1816 adj James Edwind's Corner of a 150 A. survey grntd to Edmon Holmes. Wit: Peter Newell, jr and Joshua Newell.

H-114/115 Joshua Williamson (Sheriff) to Dougald Clark, 14-Feb-1844, whereas by virtue of two executions issuing from County Court against Solomon King for $17.06, Recovered by Kelly and McCaleb. Executions directed Sheriff to expose to sale one tract of land the property of Solomon King lying on Es of Saspan, adj Gabriel Holmes, Alexander Downey and John O. Daniels and the Bladen Co. line on Ws of Buck Head cont. 300 A. levied on and returned to Nov Term 1843 by Dougald Clark, Constable. Sheriff seized and put up for public sale to highest bidder on 12-Feb-1844, dougald Clark, last and highest bidder for $10.25. Wit: Chester Rockwell and Saml. Bright.
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Abstracts of Deeds, 1846-1850, Columbus County, NC, Vol-5

J-606/607/608      Charles McNorton (of Bladen Co.) to thomas C. Miller (of New Hanover Co.), indenture dtd 03-Feb-1848, $1, the following tracts of land in Bladen and Col. Counties (made in connection with a note where Charles McNorton is principal and Thomas C. Miller and John O. Daniel are Securities): (1) 100 A. on Es of Buck Head Swamp, it being the lower part of a 200 A. tract grntd to solomon King in 1816, adj James Edwards 150 A. tract; (2) 100 A. adj a 100 A. Entry of Levi J. Campbell made 11-Dec-1843, adj the Lake Road and Dougald Clark; (3) a tract of land in Bladen Co. on the SEs of Buckhead bay in a place called Ready neck, adj Stephen Inman's 100 A. entry (#316 dtd 30-Oct-1844), adj James McfNorton grntd to sd James Mcnorton 03-Dec-1847; (4) 100 A. in Bladen Co. adj Solomon King's 200 A. tract, I. Downie's 100 A. entry (#92), land lying between the Causeway and Buckhead Bay, grntd to sd McNorton 27-Sep-1843; (5) 100 A. adj the Powell and Smith lands; (6) 1/2 of a 640 A. tract adj the King and Powell land - the last two tracts given and granted to sd Charles McNorton by deed from Neill McNorton dtd 20-Mar-1846. (Condition of note follows). Wit: Thomas O. Brown. H.H. Robinson, C.C.C. and Durrum Lewis, Regr. for Bladen Co., W.J. Stanley, Regr., Col. Co.
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More About SOLOMON KING:
CD-11: WFT-Pedegree #3364
Census 1: 1810, Federal Census of Bladen Co, NC
Census 2: 1830, Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC
Census 3: 1840, Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC
Census 4: 16-Aug-1850, Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC
Census 5: 1860, Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC
Census 6: 1870, Federal Census of New Hanover Co, NC
DEED 1: 27-Sep-1843, Abstracts of Deeds, Bladen Co, NC, Vol-3
DEED 2: 1832, One acre of land for Shiloh Methodist Church to be built on
FACT: Apr-1812, Was paid $7.50 to transport prisoner from Bladen Co, to the Superior Court of Brunswick Co, NC, Descendants of JEREMIAH MITCHELL, Pg-291
PAPER: TRUMAN KING Paper
Residence: 1850, Columbus Co, NC

More About DRUSILLA KEA:
Burial: Unknown, unknown site Bladen/Brunswick/Columbus Co, NC
CD-11: WFT-Pedegree #3364
PAPER: TRUMAN KING Paper

More About ELIZABETH NLN
-KING:
Census: 1850, Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC
     
Children of SOLOMON KING and DRUSILLA KEA are:
2. i.   ANNA JANE3 KING, b. 1813, North Carolina; d. Unknown.
3. ii.   LYDIA KING, b. 1815, Brunswick Co, NC; d. Unknown; Stepchild.
4. iii.   ELIZABETH ANN KING, b. 01-Oct-1816, Brunswick Co, NC; d. 04-Feb-1900, Columbus Co, NC.
5. iv.   JAMES MADISON KING, "JIM", b. 01-Oct-1816, Bladen/Brunswick Co, NC; d. Unknown, Excelsior (Kingtown), Ash, Brunswick Co, NC.
6. v.   SARAH ANN KING, b. 19-Jan-1819, Bladen Co, NC; d. 20-May-1898, Bladen Co, NC.
  vi.   POLLY KING, b. Abt. 1820, North Carolina; d. Unknown.
  More About POLLY KING:
PAPER: TRUMAN KING Paper

7. vii.   WILLIAM KING, b. 1827, Columbus Co, NC; d. Unknown.
     
Children of SOLOMON KING and ELIZABETH NLN-KING are:
8. viii.   SOLOMON OWEN3 KING, b. 1829, North Carolina; d. Unknown.
  ix.   MARY KING, b. 1830, North Carolina; d. Unknown.
  More About MARY KING:
Census: 16-Aug-1850, Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC, Pg-231, House-165, Family-167, Age 20F, Occupation Child, Birthplace NC, Read or Write-YES
PAPER: TRUMAN KING Paper

  x.   WMN. KING, b. 1836, North Carolina; d. Unknown.
  More About WMN. KING:
Census: 16-Aug-1850, Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC, Pg-231, House-165, Family-167, Age 14M, Occupation Child, Birthplace NC, Read or Write-YES

  xi.   ANN MORIAH KING, b. 19-Oct-1838, North Carolina; d. Unknown; m. ANTHONY NEWELL; b. 28-Dec-1834, North Carolina; d. 17-Jul-1906, Bladen Co, NC.
  More About ANN MORIAH KING:
Census 1: 16-Aug-1850, Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC, Pg-231, House-165, Family-167, Age 12F, Occupation Child, Birthplace NC, Read or Write-YES
Census 2: 1860, Federal Census of Bladen Co, NC, Pg-73, Age 21F, Occupation Domestic
PAPER: TRUMAN KING Paper

  Notes for ANTHONY NEWELL:
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1860 Census of Bladen Co, NC
Westbrook
626      Anthony Newell      21M      Turpentine      NC
      Anna M. Newell      21F      Domestic            NC
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  More About ANTHONY NEWELL:
BOOK: Cemeteries of Bladen Co, NC, Vol-2, Pg-80
Burial: Jul-1906, Shiloh Methodist Church, Bolton, Columbus Co, NC
Census: 1860, Federal Census of Bladen Co, NC, Pg-73, Age 21M, Occupation Turpentine
PAPER: TRUMAN KING Paper

  xii.   DRUSILLA KING, b. 19-Oct-1838, North Carolina; d. 18-Mar-1892, Bladen Co, NC.
  More About DRUSILLA KING:
BOOK 1: Cemeteries of Bladen Co, NC, Vol-2, Pg-91
BOOK 2: Bible and Family Records of Bladen Co, NC, Vol-4, Pg-4/5
Burial: Mar-1892, White Plains Church Cemetery, Rosendale, Bladen Co, NC
Census 1: 16-Aug-1850, Federal Census of Columbus Co, NC, Pg-231, House-165, Family-167, Age 15F, Occupation Child, Birthplace NC, Read or Write-YES
Census 2: 1870, Federal Census of Bladen Co, NC, Pg-82, Age 31F, Occupation Domestic
PAPER: TRUMAN KING Paper

9. xiii.   WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON KING, b. 30-Apr-1840, Columbus Co, NC; d. 06-Mar-1916, Wrightsville Sound, New Hanover Co, NC.


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