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Change Date: 15 NOV 2011
Various King references at Wimborne:
Joan King of Fursehill, Wimborne Minster, widow, mentions the will of her husband John King 16 Aug 1677. Youngest son Benjamin King, and daughter Joan Stevens, widow, are both living in the island of Antegoe.
William King bapt 22 Jan 1752 Wimborne son of John King and Mary Painter.
William King bapt 22 March 1729 Wimborne, Dorset, Father: William King, Mother: Ann Gregory Presumably the same as William King bapt Mar 1730 Wimborne Minster, son of William King.
William King and Anne Gregory had Ann bapt 2 Nov 1728 Wimborne BUT they also had an Ann bapt 17 Sep 1730 who died 25 Jan 1735, which would suggest the earlier Ann had died by 1730?
An Ann King was bapt 27 Nov 1733, and a William K bapt 16 Apr 1738, both Winterborne Abbas, Dorset, to Robert K and Ann.
A John King married Ann Tucker in 1742 at Wimborne Minster.
There are several William Kings born in Wimborne.
Sherborne School archive at Dorset RO has:
OTHER LANDS AND SCHOOL PROPERTY IN GILLINGHAM
FILE - Lease for 3 lives - ref. S235/C2/7/1 - date: 2 Mar 1736 [from Scope and Content] Term: the lives of Thomas King, aged 16, William King, aged 14 and John King, aged 12, all sons of 2 [?2? is not mentioned in this summary]
Will of John King, Yeoman of Stone, Wimborne Minster, Dorset, made 7 Feb 1714 proved 27 October 1722.
Christopher King of Ensbury (which is in the parish of Canford, nr Wimborne), Gent. is exr (and trustee but not beneficiary), but not specifically said to be a son. Property at East Brook, Wimborne.
Anne, ?my now wife?
Son in law James Brewer (exr), his son John and daus Anne and Betty (all under 21)
Dau Ann Brewer
Son in law Wittin [sic] Hart (exr), his son William and daus Mary and Anne (all under 21)
John Brewer of Lytchett Minster, Dorset, Yeoman (ex) [at a guess a brother of James B?]
1 April 1706: Luke Brewer of Lytchett Minster, yeoman, 2 Henry Ryves of the same and John King of Stone in Wimborne Minster, 3 James Brewer, son of John deceased and nephew of Henry and Anne King, daughter of John...
(Proceedings of Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society?. 1935. Page 61.)
Hookey King of Ensbury, Canford, batchelor, married at St Paul?s Cathedral, London 4 Oct 1733, to Mary Lenthall of Horton, Dorset, spinster. (The Registers of St. Paul's Cathedral, pub 1899.)
A Hookey King is also said to be be of Blandford, Dorset.
A Henry King of Canford Magna, yeoman, had a lease of Bulbury [?] Wood in 1727.
(Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society - yr unknown.)
- Christopher King b: ? 1700 in Guess from marriage date
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