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Kines -- Wm. B. Kines, farmer, RR1 Waterford 
Beatrice L. Kines, widow, part Lot 12, Concession 7, Townsend [1919 Voters List]

King -- The funeral sermon of Mr. A. King will be preached at Salem next Sunday [WS19010606p8]

King -- Alfred King, 48, widower musician of Hagersville, born in Brant County, son of Geo. King, married Elizabeth Taylor, 65, widow of St. Williams, born at Norwich, daughter of J. Mane[r] and Mary Martin, 22 Sep 1903 in St. Williams [Ontario Vital Statistics 013526]

King -- Alfred King -- see 1916 Middleton Farewell

King -- Alfred Thomas King, 797111, Private [1916 Norfolk's Own
-- Alfred Thomas King, 19, Wesleyan, farmer, born 20 Sep 1896 in Nottingham England, 
next-of-kin: Mrs. Phoebe Jane, of Asylum Beverley York Eng. 
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

King -- Alice Maxwell King wed George Edwin Sims [Ontario Vital Stats 1879]

King -- Amos King was goaler -- see 1841 Accounts paid

King -- Miss Anna W., youngest daughter of W. King, married Ernest Jull of Windham 22 Jun 1904 at the North Norwich home of her parents [SR19040701]

King -- Arthur W. King, a clever, well-to-do young man of Norfolk County, married Miss Maude Phillips on Wednesday at the home of W. A. Phillips, B.A., Listowell. Couple to reside in Brownsville, Ontario [WS18991130p1]

King -- Benjamin King was an officer of 1887 Houghton Township Council

King -- Benjimen [sic] [K]ing, 46, born 10 Jun 1854 in Ontario, farmer
his wife Margrat [sic], 42, born 9 Jan 1858 in Ontario
his single daughter Frances, 19, born 8 Nar 1882 in Ontario
his single daughter Ethel, 14, born 9 Mar 1887 in Ontario
his single son Rae [sic] L., 10, born 8 Jun 1890 in Ontario [1901 Census of Houghton:3.5]

King -- Donald E. King, farmer, RR2 Port Dover 
Ada King, Lot 12, Concession 5, Woodhouse [1919 Voters List]

King -- D. E. King -- see 1920 Woodhouse Officers

King -- Donald Edward King of Simcoe married Ada Paulin of Simcoe [no date provided] at her father's home [SR19060629] [BC19060704]

King -- Donald Edwin King, born 24 Aug 1884, died 5 Sep 1936
his wife Ada Paulin 1886-1956 [Oakwood Cemetery stones]

King -- Donald King -- see 1920 S.S. 13 Woodhouse School

King -- E. T. King, agent, RR5 Simcoe 
Annie King, Lot 12, Concession 14, Townsend 
Leland T. King, RR5 Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

King -- Miss Edith Maud King of Woodhouse married Frank Topp of Windham, 13 Mar 1912 in Woodhouse [SR19120314p12]

King -- Edward King was an officer of 1918 Woodhouse Council

King -- Ernest H. King, bank clerk, Front Street, Port Rowan [1919 Voters List]

King -- Eugene King -- see 1920 S.S. 13 Woodhouse School

King -- Francis King married Mary Dean, eldest daughter of Thos. W. Walsh, 8 Aug 1877 in Simcoe [BC18770815p3] -- Francis King wed Mary Dean Walsh [Ontario Vital Stats 1877]

King -- Frank King -- see 1880 Simcoe Firemen

King -- Frank King, formerly a resident of this place, died 3 Jun 1883 in Winnipeg [NR18830607] -- Frank King, 38, died 3 Jun 1883 | his wife Mary Deane King, 65, died 2 May 1913 [Oakwood Cemetery stone] -- also see her obituary

King -- Frank King -- signed 1914 temperance petition

King -- Geoffrey Francis King, 796189, Private [1916 Norfolk's Own] -- Geoffrey Francis King of Simcoe, 24, university student, born 8 Aug 1891 in Montreal, son of W. C. J. King of Simcoe
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

King -- Geoffrey Francis King, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. J. King of the Bank of Commerce, has arrived home from overseas [SR19190710p10]

King -- G. F. King -- see 1920 golf match

King -- Harry King: 
-- see 1919 S.S. 13 Woodhouse School
-- see 1920 S.S. 13 Woodhouse School

King -- Henry King died [Ontario Vital Stats 1881]
-- the will of Henry King of Houghton was probated in 1881 [Norfolk Wills]

King -- Henry A. King, 19, single, born 7 Sep 1881 in England, immigrated 1893, servant, resided in the household of John McCord [1901 Census of Houghton:1]

King -- Lieutenant Hope King, son of W. C. J. King of Simcoe, has been recommended for Victoria Cross -- see Reformer article [Compiler's Comment: Wm. Hope King was commonly called Hope]

King -- J. King of Fairground has his daughter, Mrs. Martha Gates of Houghton, visiting [SR19180214p8]

King -- J. C. King donated to Belgium Relief calf [SR19141126p1]

King -- J. Y. King, gentleman, Port Dover  
Jessie King, Port Dover [1919 Voters' List]

King -- Jack King -- see 1914 Woodhouse Council

King -- James King, 796631, Private [1916 Norfolk's Own] -- James King of Jarvis, 30. laborer, 
born 1 Mar 1886 in Bilderstone England, son of George King of Bilderstone England
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

King -- Private James King, a married man of Cultus, is home on furlough [SR19180425p11]

King -- James King, laborer, Port Dover [1919 Voters List]

King -- Jane King, 71 years 4 months 25 days, died 5 May 1892
her husband Geo. Byerlay, 84 years 3 months 10 days, died 12 May 1864
[Courtland Methodist Cemetery stone]

King -- Jane King wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1874] 

King -- Janet Cyrilla, 7 months, infant daughter of Samuel L. King, died 7 Sep 1903 in Simcoe [SR19030911]

King -- Jessie Eva, daughter of John Y. King of Erieview Farm near Port Dover, married Lieutenant Charles Oswald MacDonald of the Canadian naval service, Halifax, 8 Aug 1913 at her parents' home [SR19130821p1]

King -- John C. King married Mary W., daughter of C. McNeillidge, 4 Nov 1911 in Woodhouse [SR19111123p7]

King -- John King Jr.: 
-- was an officer of 1913 Woodhouse Council
-- see 1919 Woodhouse Officials
-- appointed Woodhouse Township Council Clerk, a position vacate through the death of Frank Bowlby [SR19190724p10] 
-- John is a brother of Samuel King [SR19190724p10]

King -- Mrs. J. C. King of Port Dover was sister of Mrs. G. Steele of Jarvis [SR19180314p5]

King -- John C. King, farmer, RR3 Simcoe 
Mary King, Lot 6 Broken Front, Woodhouse [1919 Voters List]

King -- John H. King, 53, widower, born 31 May 1847 in Ontario, [stage-driver]
[1901 Census of Houghton:1]

King -- John Wesley King of Bealton married Annie E., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Williams of Brantford township 2 Feb 1910 [BC19100216p7]

King -- John Y. King, 81, died last Thursday in Port Dover -- see his obituary

King -- Joseph King, 72, born 4 Oct 1828 in Quebec, farmer
his wife Elizabeth A., 62, born 4 Sep 1838 in Ontario
his married [sic] daughter Hulda A., 23, born 27 Aug 1877 in Ontario
his single daughter Sarah E., 20, born 27 Aug 1880 in Ontario
his single granddaughter Elisabeth C., 14, born 28 Jan 1887 in Ontario
his single granddaughter Veldorra, 2 months, born 9 Feb 1901 in Ontario 
[1901 Census of Houghton:2]

King -- Joseph King, 79 years 12 days, died 16 Oct 1908 
Elizabeth Ann King, 82 years 3 months 5 days, died 9 Dec 1922 
-- see photo of their cemetery stone

King -- J. W. King:  
-- was an officer of 1913 Houghton Township Council
-- donated to Belgium Relief in Houghton [SR19150218p1]
-- was an officer of 1916 Houghton Township [SR19160330p5]

King -- J. W. King of Houghton is auction his farm stock and implements before moving to Woodstock [SR19190821p6]

King -- Mr. and Mrs. Jos. King have visitors: their daughter, Mrs. Guy Gates and children of Houghton [Fairground SR19150224p7]

King -- Mr. and Mrs. Jos. King were parents of Mrs. Roy Wells of Hemlock 
[Fairground SR19151202p2]

King -- Mrs. Jos. King of Fairground visited her granddaughter, Mrs. Geo. Rutledge 
[Cultus SR19151216p2]

King -- J. W. King's wife, Hannah Wells 1854-1917 [Hemlock Cemetery stone]

King -- Joseph King of Fairground was father of Mrs. Guy Gates [Houghton SR19170315p12]

King -- Joseph King of Fairground married Mrs. Lottie Mills of Langton, 1 Nov 1917 at Tillsonburg [SR19171108p8]

King -- J. W. King of Houghton and his bride returned from their honeymoon last Friday [SR19171108p8]

King -- Joseph King, farmer, Fairground 
Charlotte King, Fairground 
Elizabeth King, Fairground [1919 Voters List]

King -- Joseph D. King, [8]2, died 2[9] Oct 1913 in Simcoe [SR19131030p7]

King -- Joseph W. King, 35, born 4 May 1865 in Ontario, farmer
his wife Ida A., 35, born 28 Feb 1866 in Ontario 
his single stepson William McCaffrey, 17, born 15 Jan 1884 in Ontario
his single stepdaughter Nettie M. McCaffrey, 15, born 11 Apr 1885 in Ontario
his single stepdaughter Eliza McCaffrey, 12, born 14 May 1888 in Ontario
his single stepdaughter Carrie McCaffrey, 10, born 10 Jun 1890 in Ontario
his single stepdaughter Alma McCaffrey, 8, born 27 Dec 1892 in Ontario
his single stepdaughter Gertrude McCaffrey, 4, born 12 Aug 1896 in Ontario
his single daughter Martha A. King, 10, born 7 Aug 1890 in Ontario
his single daughter Maggie L. King, 7, born 7 Jun 1893 in Ontario
his single son Earl R. King, 5, born 20 Jun 1896 in Ontario
his single daughter Olive M. King, 1, born 12 Jul 1899 in Ontario [1901 Census of Houghton:2]

King -- The funeral of the late Mrs. Jos. King of Fairground was held in the Methodist Church in Houghton on Friday.Interment: Hemlock Cemetery. Mr. King was a one-time highly respected resident of Houghton Centre for over 25 years. Three years ago Mr. and Mrs. King removed to Fairground when she died on Wednesday after a lingering illness [SR19170802p2]

King -- Joseph William King, 79, died Monday in Tillsonburg. Survived by daughters Mrs. William Leighfield of Port Rowan and Mrs. William Vanatter of Glen Meyer; sons Earl of St. Thomas and Ward of Otterville; sisters Mrs. P. Priddle and Mrs. Welsey Wiley both of Aylmer [obituary SR19450315p2]

King -- Joseph W. King, born 4 May 1865, died 8 Mar 1945
his wife Charlotte, 27, died 18 May 1898
his wife Ida A., 37, died 8 Oct 1903
J. W. and I. A. King's son Ross, 2 month, died 1 Oct 1901 [Marston Cemetery stones]

King -- Josuha King  
--
was 1889 Townsend pathmaster [BC18890327p1]
-- see 1900 Townsend Officers
-- see 1909 Townsend Officers
-- see 1910 Townsend Officials
-- see 1913 Townsend Officers 
-- see 1925 Townsend Officers

King -- Mrs. Joshua King presented her husband with another baby girl last week [Bealton WS19000118p8]

King -- Joshua King, 44, born 14 Feb 1857 in Ontario, farmer
his wife Mary J., 43, born 11 Oct 1859 in Ontario
his single son John W., 18, born 22 Jul 1882 in Ontario
his single daughter Maggie G., 12, born 17 May 1888 in Ontario
his single son Albert R., 10, born 25 Jan 1891 in Ontario
his single daughter Emily S., 8, born 2 Jan 1893 in Ontario
his single daughter Annie S., 6, born 11 Mar 1895 in Ontario
his single daughter Mable [sic] G., 1, born 11 Jan 1900 in Ontario [1901 Census of Townsend:3]

King -- Joshua King, farmer, RR1 Wilsonville 
Mary King, wife, RR1 Wilsonville; Townsend (poll 3) 
Albert King, farmer, RR1 Wilsonville 
Annie King, single, RR1 Wilsonville; Townsend (poll 3) [1919 Voters List]

King -- Lydia King of Walsingham, 22, daughter of George and Ann King, married David Price, 26, Walsingham farmer,  son of David and Sarah Price, 23 Oct 1869 [Ontario Vital Stats 1869]

King -- Miss M. Grace King, teacher -- see 1920 Junior High results

King -- Maggie King passed 1901 Waterford High entrance exam

King -- Miss Margaret Lindsay King, daughter of John Young King of Renton, married Walter J. Gunton of Simcoe 14 Jan 1907 in Hamilton [SR19070118]

King -- Margaret Lindsay King, 39, wife of Walter J. Gunton of Hamilton, and daughter of John Y. King of Port Dover, died 4 Mar 1920 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Hamilton. Funeral on Sunday from the residence of D. D. Gunton, Union Street, Simcoe to Oakwood Cemetery [SR19200304p7] 

King -- Mary King, 71 years 4 months 25 days, died 5 May 1892
her husband George Byerlay, 76 years 3 days, born 7 Sep 1812, died 12 Oct 1894 
[Wyecombe Cemetery stone] 

King -- Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of Charles King of Yarmouth, married Harry Meek, M.D. of Port Stanley, 27 Oct 1880 at her father's home [NR18801105p2] 

King -- Mary King -- see 1907 Simcoe Voters List

King -- Mary Dean King, 67, died 2 May 1913 in Simcoe [SR19130508p12]
-- Mary Deane King, 65, died 2 May 1913; her husband Frank, 38, died 3 Jun 1888 
[Oakwood Cemetery stone] -- also see her obituary  

King -- Nancy King -- see 1920 S.S. 14 Charlotteville promotions

King -- Otto King, 8, saved from drowning -- see King & Richards

King -- Otto King: 
-- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Senior Third student [SR19200708p3]

King -- Otto H. King -- see photo, 1943 president of Kinsmen Club 

King -- Otto H. King's wife, Winzolay Bowden, daughter of Joseph & Linda Bowden, 1913-1963 [Woodhouse United Cemetery stone]

King -- Peter King of Fairberry, Nebraska, son of Rev. John King of Dalesville, Quebec, married Miss Annie, daughter of Peter Campbell and sister of Rev. J. L. Campbell of Montreal, 16 Dec 1877 at home of bride's father in Boston, Ontario [BC18771226p3] 
-- Annie Campbell wed Peter King [Ontario Vital Stats 1877]

King -- Rae L. King, formerly of the Observer staff, now proprietor of the Bassano Mail at Bassano, Alta., and brother of Mrs. A. L. Oatman of Tillsonburg, married Miss Mary Maud Anderson of Treherne, Man., 28 Dec 1915 [Hymeneal SR19150114p7]

King -- Dr. Richard King, husband of Elizabeth Louisa Chetwode, niece of  Wm. Finlay of Simcoe, died in 1882 -- see Dr. King's obituary
-- the will of Dr. Richard King of Rugby, Warwick, England, was probated 1884 [Norfolk Wills]

King -- Richard King, 16, single, born 15 Aug 1884 in England, immigrated 1893, "home", resided in the household of John S. Smith [1901 Census of S.Walsingham:2]

King -- Richard H. King, 70, died 10 Aug 1913 in Port Dover [SR19130821p7]

King -- Richard James King of Simcoe married Miss Nettie Gibbons of Simcoe, 20 Apr [1908] in Simcoe [SR19080423]

King -- Richard James King, 797079, Private [1916 Norfolk's Own
-- Richard James King of Walsingham, 31, Slavation Army, farmer, born 
1 Nov 1885 in London England, wife: Mrs. Richard King of Walsingham
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

King -- to wife of S. L. King a son: Otto Hebel, 1 Apr 1909 in Woodhouse [SR19090401]

King -- S. L. King -- see 1910 Election results

King -- Miss Evelyn Tisdale suffered heart trouble while visiting Mrs. S. L. King. She has improved, but not enough to return home [SR19150204p5]

King -- Samuel Lindsay King, 27, Presbyterian bachelor butcher, born Fifeshire, Scotland, son of John Young King and Janet Hall, married Mary Elizabeth Culver, 27, Methodist spinster, born and raised in Woodhouse, daughter of John Culver and Lovina Rouse, 22 Nov 1899 at Simcoe 
[Simcoe Presbyterian Records] -- Samuel L. King of Simcoe married Miss Mary E. Culver, daughter of late John Culver of Woodhouse, 22 Nov 1899 in Simcoe [SR18991123] [WS18991130p5]

King -- Samuel L. King was son-in-law of Lovina Elizabeth Culver

King -- Samuel L. King, 28, born 26 Nov 1872 in Scotland, immigrated 1880, butcher
his wife Mary E., 28, born 5 Aug 1872 in Ontario
his single sister-in-law [Sanilla] Culver, 22, born 4 Nov 1878 in Ontario
[1901 Census of Woodhouse:2]

King -- to wife of Samuel L. King:
-- a son 7 May 1901 in Woodhouse [SR19010509]
-- a daughter 1[2] Feb 1903 in Simcoe [SR19030219]
-- a son 12 Jul 1906 in Woodhouse near Simcoe [SR19060810] [BC19060808]

King -- Saml L. King of Simcoe -- see 1909 Phone Directory

King -- S. L. King:
-- see donated to Ag. Society in 1916.
-- see 1920 Oakwood Cemetery officers

King -- Mrs. Samuel King was sister of A. A. Culver -- see his obituary

King -- S. L. King family near drowning -- see King & Richards

King -- Mr. and Mrs. S. L. King of Simcoe and Mr. and Mrs. A. Leask [Jr.] of Simcoe visited Mr. and Mrs. Thorne at Jarvis [SR19180801p2]

King -- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. King's son Willie [H]. King, [12] years 4 months 7 days, died Tue 19 Nov 1918 in Simcoe. Funeral today to Oakwood Cemetery [SR19181121p7] -- Willie, the 12 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. King, died at 3 a.m. Tuesday. He had been suffering from rheureatism [sic] and some weeks ago contracted influenza. Funeral this afternoon. Survived by parents, and two brothers, Clarence and Otto [SR19181121p7] -- see Willie's obituary and funeral

King -- Mrs. S. L. King had her nephew Corp. Joe Collver [sic], a returned Canadian soldier, visiting [SR19190102p8]

King -- Samuel L. King, auto dealer, RR3 Simcoe 
Mary E. King, Lot 2, Concession 5, Woodhouse [1919 Voters List]

King -- Sam King, foreman of inquest jury -- see Cave-in

King -- Mrs. S. L. King's sister, Mrs. Walter Spence from Louisiana, is visiting [SR19200708p7]

King -- Samuel L. King, distributor of Chevrolet cars and trucks for the County of Norfolk, Sales & Service: 57 Norfolk Street South, Simcoe, telephone 409 [ad, SR19200715p7]

King -- Samuel L. King -- see Photos & Bios

King -- Samuel Lindsay King, born 6 Nov 1872, died 22 Jan 1949
his wife Mary E. Culver, born 4 Aug 1872, died 20 Nov 1949 [Oakwood Cemetery stone]

King -- Velldora King 1901-1954 | her husband John Lucas 1896-1974 [Hemlock Cemetery stone] 
[Compiler's Comment: compare with Stephen G. Lucas' son John and Joseph King's daughter Veldorra]

King -- Wendelin King  wed: 
[Ontario Vital Stats 1869 page 28
[Ontario Vital Stats 1869 page 29]

King -- at home of W. C. J. King, Miss Elizabeth Riggs of Simcoe married Thomas Salisbury of Simcoe, 24 Apr 1909 [SR19090429]

King -- W. C. J. King: 
-- see 1909 Phone Directory
-- member of 1913 Simcoe Board of Trade
-- donated to Belgium Relief [SR19141210p1]
-- co-audited accounts of Oakwood Cemetery Board [SR19150128p4]
-- spoke at presentation to Private Vincent Ripple [SR19180516p1]
-- subscribed to 1918 Sailors Fund
-- see 1920 Oakwood Cemetery officers
-- see 1920 golf match
-- see Photos & Bios

King -- Mrs. W. C. J. King -- see 1916 Items of Local Interest

King -- William King, banker, 96 Norfolk Street South, Simcoe 
Zina H. King, 96 Norfolk Street South, Simcoe 
Kathleen Z. King, single, 96 Norfolk Street South, Simcoe 
Geoffrey F. King, single, 96 Norfolk Street South, Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

King -- W. C. J. King, manager, Canadian Bank of Commerce in Simcoe, is to retire -- see bank changes

King -- W. C. J. King was pallbearer -- see Geo. Curtis's funeral.

King -- W. C. J. King, 85, died Wednesday, 23 May 1945 at his home, 107 Elgin Ave., Simcoe. Funeral 25 May 1945 [SR19450528p3]

King -- W. C. J. King's widow, Zina Mary Hope Hornsby, 103, died 12 Mar 1969 in Simcoe -- see her obituary

King -- W. C. J. King 1859-1945 | his wife Zina H. Hornsby 1865-1969
their daughter Zina Kathleen 1895-1957 [Oakwood Cemetery stone]

King -- Lieut. William Hope King of Winnipeg, Church of England accountant, born 10 Aug 1887 in Toronto, son of W. C. J. King of Commerce Bank Simcoe, Enlisted: 24 Feb 1916
-- see a scan of his Officer's Declaration.

King -- Lt. W. H. King, D.S.O., has been appointed military instructor at the College of the City of New York [SR19180221p12] -- Captain W. H. King, D.S.O., left Friday to return to New York City after a week in town [SR19180411p12] -- Capt. W. H. King, D.S.O., has returned from New York for the summer [SR191890627p10]

King -- Willie King -- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students
[Compiler's Comment: Willie was son of Samuel L. King]

King -- Miss Z. K. King of Simcoe -- subscribed to 1918 Sailors Fund
 

 
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