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Old 29-10-10, 12:33
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Default Joseph L King

Name - "official" name and what they were known as
Joseph King

Date and place of birth
22nd September 1812 in Wangford, Suffolk, England
(date from an IGI submitted entry)

Names of parents
Benjamin King & Harriet (Beane)

Date and place of baptism - if applicable
unknown

Details of each of his marriages
28th August 1837 in Homersfield to Clementina Sadd
24th September 1854 in Great Yarmouth Emma Ann Allcock (spinster)



Occupation(s) - if any
1841 - Grocer with his Mother-in-law Hannah Sadd
1839, 1851 & 1865 (on various certificates) Schoolteacher (like his father)
1861-81 Tanner / Leather merchant

Addresses where they lived (including county if in UK) - and please list which censuses you have or haven't found him/her on (if s/he lived in census times!).
1841 Homersfield with wife Clementina, son & m-i-l
1851 Beccles with his parents, (no Clementina but he's listed as married, not widowed) son & dau
1861 Beccles with new wife, Emma, son & dau
1871 Beccles
1881 Beccles


Date, place and cause of death
14th July 1885 5 Nelson Terrace, Beccles, Suffolk,
Heart disease

Date and place of burial.
unknown

Details of will / administration of their estate - if applicable
unknown

Memorial inscription - if any
unknown
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Old 29-10-10, 14:44
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Old 29-10-10, 16:08
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ooo - thanks Marg




"....Emma Garrod King, daughter of one of the executors"

I had it that Emma's mother had died (her father remarried in 1854). Her father is not the executor (it's his will) so are they referring to the second wife as Emma's mother do you think?
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Do you not know who Emma Garrod King is?
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lol - yes I know who she is - I just don't know who the executor is that they are referring to.

They say that Emma G is an executor's daughter. It's her father's will.
Her mother disappeared from any records that I can find, in 1848 and her father remarried in 1854 to Emma A Allcock.

I'm guessing that they mean that Emma G is the executor's step-daughter. (The executor being Joseph's 2nd wife, Emma A.
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lol - yes I know who she is - I just don't know who the executor is that they are referring to.

They say that Emma G is an executor's daughter. It's her father's will.
Her mother disappeared from any records that I can find, in 1848 and her father remarried in 1854 to Emma A Allcock.

I'm guessing that they mean that Emma G is the executor's step-daughter. (The executor being Joseph's 2nd wife, Emma A.
You will know if you buy the Will.
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No, it says "the Daughter one of the Executors" and if punctuated properly, there would be a comma after Daughter! It just means she was Joseph King's daughter and she was one of his Executors.
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Darn it Kate! you're right!!

I just didn't read it properly....


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Where does the L come in?
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