Mary C. King
Mary cash-claimed a quarter in 2, 6N 49W in 1891.
Mary C. King married Will F. Widmaier Jan 14, 1903, recorded in Weld County.
Mollie D. (or C. ) Widmaier 1875-1906 is buried in Eaton.
W.F. Widmaier married Luella Morris April 26, 1908, recorded in Weld County.
William F. Widmaier 1876-1964 is buried in Eaton, Weld County, Colorado.
Married, on October
10, 1842 to Mary Crosby, the third
daughter of Dr. Elakim Crosby, who would
bare Henry two children, a daughter,
Julia Huntington; and son Henry “Harry”
Julia married an engineer, moved to
David, served a term on the Akron Board
of Education, oversaw all the business
and land holdings of this father after
his and brother’s Henry’s deaths. He
retired from the practice of law in
1867. David built the Valley Railroad,
now a tourist attraction through the
Cuyahoga Valley National Park and was
involved in numerous other commercial
ventures in Akron.
An elementary school in Akron’s public school system was built in 1923 and named King Elementary School. It was named for Leicester, Henry and David King.
In 1860 Chicago, Mary C. is living with half-sister Louesa M. 39 and her husband W.H. Dewey, 47, a coal dealer.
Julia H. King is 12, also with them.
In 1880 Colorado Springs Homer D. Fisher, 34 and Julia H. 32 are running a boarding house, with Louisa D. 8 and Frank C. 5, both born in Illinois. Mother Mary C. King, 59, is with them.
In 1885 Colorado Springs, Homer, 38 is a lumber merchant, and he and Julia have Louisa 13, Franklin 10, Helen 4, and Oliver 2. Mary C. King, 62 is still with them.
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