Person:Henry King (42)

m. Abt 1783
  1. Judah KingBef 1787 -
  2. Henry KingBef 1787 - 1841
  3. William King1786 - Abt 1825
  4. Charles King, IIIBef 1790 - Bef 1821
  5. Alice KingBef 1790 -
  6. John KingBef 1794 - Bef 1825
  7. Timothy KingAft 1794 - Aft 1850
  • HHenry KingBef 1787 - 1841
  • W.  Penelope Wimberly (add)
m. 5 Mar 1807
Facts and Events
Name[1] Henry King
Gender Male
Birth[3] Bef 1787 Bertie, North Carolina, United States
Marriage 5 Mar 1807 Bertie, North Carolina, United Statesto Penelope Wimberly (add)
Death[2] 1841 Stewart, Tennessee, United States

In the Saline Creek Baptist Church minutes at Tennessee State Library and Archives, p. 31, Henry and Penny King were signers of the church's covenant. On 15 Jul 1815, Henry was admonished for a dance and gambling that occurred at his house.

In the index Acts of Tennessee 1796-1830, Henry King is listed as an alderman of Stewart County in 1820.

  1. "Powers of Attorney", in North Carolina Genealogical Society (North Carolina). North Carolina Genealogical Society journal. (Raleigh, North Carolina: The Society, 1975-), Vol. 9, p. 11.
    1. 44: King, Henry of Stewart Co., Tennessee, 8 Sep 1835, appoints his "worth friend", William Pugh of Bertie Co., NC, his attorney to sell all the land in said Bertie Co. which descended to him as one of the Heirs of his uncle, Willie King of said Bertie Co.
  2. GenForum, King Family Forum, message 10856.

    Henry King, b. Bertie Co., NC, bef 1790, d. Stewart Co., TN, 1841, m. Penia Wimberly.
    [A Penina King, age 55, is living with Mary Wimberly, 76 (presumably her mother), in 1850 census of Stewart Co., TN.]

  3. Henry is listed as the second son in his father's will, and the 1787 North Carolina census shows that Charles King Jr. had two sons so Henry appears to have been born by 1787.