and Elizabeth (?-1727)
may have married
Elizabeth or Mary sometime before or
about 1710 and possibly in or near Burwash, Sussex. No possible marriage has been found in the Sussex marriage index. As a widower he may have married Susanna Jenner,
widow, on 5 July 1741 in Burwash.
King's date and place of
birth/baptism are unknown, to me. Might he have been baptised on 16
August 1691 the son of
and Ann Hail,
or, on 27 January 1696/7 the son of
John King and
The later date would seem unlikely.
Both baptisms took place in Burwash, Sussex. A William King was
buried on 19 August 1768 in Burwash.
date and place of birth/baptism are unknown, to me. She was buried on
4 July 1727 in Burwash and the burial register noted that she was
Elizabeth wife of William King.
The 1747 Window Tax assessment for Burwash recorded that a William
King had 6 windows and as he was poor he was exempt from paying the
William King and
Elizabeth or Mary had 6 known children:
Mary King was baptised on 4 June 1710 in Burwash. The baptism
register notes she was the daughter of William and Elizabeth.
Samuel King was baptised on 29 July 1716 in Burwash.
The baptism register notes he was the son of William and Mary. A
Samuel King was buried in Burwash on 26 July 1717, but
unfortunately the burial register only records his name.
William King was baptised on 19
October 1719 in Burwash. The baptism register notes he was the son
of William and Elizabeth. Did he marry
Mary Elliott on 15
April 1750 in Burwash? There was another
William King born in 1723. One of the William King's was
buried on 4 September 1780 in Burwash.
was baptised on 29 July 1722 in Burwash
and buried there on 12 September 1722. The baptism register notes
that he was the son of William and Elizabeth.
Elizabeth King was baptised on 7 September 1724 in
Burwash and buried there on 26 May 1725. The baptism register
notes she was the daughter of William and Mary.
Ann King was baptised on 2 October 1726 in Burwash.
The baptism register notes she was the daughter of William and Mary.
This page was reviewed on 11 April 2012