Mary Cornelia (Walser) King

(1880 - 1918)

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Mary Cornelia (Walser) King
1880 - 1918
Born
June 22, 1880
Montague County, Texas United States
Death
December 3, 1918
Jones County, Texas United States 79501
Summary
Mary Cornelia (Walser) King, mother to 8 children, was born on June 22, 1880 in Texas. She was born into the Walser family and married into the King family. She was born to James Jefferson Jeffries Walser and Sarah Jane (Ingram) Walser, with siblings George, Ernest, Alice, Samuel, Emma, Eunice, John, and Etta. Mary's partner was John Cidon in 1902 and Mary died in 1918. They gave birth to James Vinson King, William Othar King, Edgar Clarence King, Jay D. King, Thelma Tealie (King) Fish, Lucy Virginia (King) Bollinger, Oran Sibley King, and Jessie Lorena King. Mary died on December 3, 1918 in Texas at 38 years old.
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Mary Cornelia (Walser) King
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Mary King was born on in Montague County, Texas United States
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Mary King died on in Jones County, Texas United States 79501
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Mary King was born on in Montague County, Texas United States
Mary King died on in Jones County, Texas United States 79501
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Mary's immediate relatives including parents, siblings, partnerships and children in the King family tree.

Parents:

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Oct 22, 1850 - Mar 2, 1914 1850 - 1914
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Aug 8, 1854 - Jan 1, 1941 1854 - 1941

Siblings:

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Unknown - Unknown ? - ?
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Apr 11, 1889 - Dec 27, 1987 1889 - 1987
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Aug 26, 1875 - Sep 23, 1954 1875 - 1954
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Mar 10, 1882 - Sep 28, 1947 1882 - 1947
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Apr 19, 1884 - 1980 1884 - 1980
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Apr 4, 1891 - Nov 13, 1951 1891 - 1951
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Apr 9, 1894 - May 22, 1946 1894 - 1946
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Sep 8, 1898 - Jan 16, 1995 1898 - 1995

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May 4, 1881 - Jun 14, 1967 1881 - 1967

Children:

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Oct 11, 1900 - Apr 6, 1962 1900 - 1962
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Nov 7, 1902 - Mar 23, 1997 1902 - 1997
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May 29, 1905 - Nov 30, 1972 1905 - 1972
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Dec 23, 1907 - Aug 5, 1983 1907 - 1983
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Apr 29, 1910 - Sep 16, 2001 1910 - 2001
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Jan 19, 1912 - May 22, 1998 1912 - 1998
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May 11, 1915 - Jul 14, 2014 1915 - 2014
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Mar 27, 1918 - Apr 16, 1918 1918 - 1918

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Mary Cornelia (Walser) King, mother to 8 children, died on December 3, 1918 in Texas at 38 years old. She was born on June 22, 1880 in Texas. She was born to James Jefferson Jeffries Walser and Sarah Jane (Ingram) Walser, with siblings George, Ernest, Alice, Samuel, Emma, Eunice, John, and Etta. Mary's partner was John Cidon in 1902 and Mary died in 1918. They gave birth to James Vinson King, William Othar King, Edgar Clarence King, Jay D. King, Thelma Tealie (King) Fish, Lucy Virginia (King) Bollinger, Oran Sibley King, and Jessie Lorena King.

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In 1880, in the year that Mary Cornelia (Walser) King was born, on February 2nd the city of Wabash, Indiana became the third city in the world to be lit by electricity.

In 1896, by the time she was 16 years old, on August 17th, the first pedestrian v car fatality occurred in Great Britain. Bridget Driscoll, age 44, was walking with her family on the grounds of The Crystal Palace in London when she was hit by a car driven by Arthur James Edsall. Edsall claimed to be going 4.5 mph and Driscoll's death was ruled an "accidental death" after an inquest.

In 1898, by the time she was 18 years old, on March 24th, Robert Allison of Pennsylvania became the first person to buy an American-built car. He bought a Winton, which he had seen in an advertisement in Scientific American. The Winton, built in Ohio, was made by hand and came with a leather roof, padded seats, gas lamps, and tires made by B.F. Goodrich.

In 1903, she was 23 years old when the first World Series of American baseball was played between October 1st and 13th. The Boston Americans of the American League played the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League. Boston came back from a three game to one deficit, winning the final four games to capture the title - such a large comeback wouldn't be repeated by a team until 1925. (A total of eight games were played.)

In 1918, in the year of Mary Cornelia (Walser) King's passing, federal spending was $12.68 billion, unemployment was 1.4% and the cost of a first-class stamp was 3 cents.

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Oct 20, 1882 - Feb 13, 1965 1882 - 1965
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May 4, 1881 - Jun 14, 1967 1881 - 1967
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Oct 11, 1900 - Apr 6, 1962 1900 - 1962
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Nov 7, 1902 - Mar 23, 1997 1902 - 1997
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May 29, 1905 - Nov 30, 1972 1905 - 1972
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Dec 23, 1907 - Aug 5, 1983 1907 - 1983
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Apr 29, 1910 - Sep 16, 2001 1910 - 2001
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Jan 19, 1912 - May 22, 1998 1912 - 1998
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May 11, 1915 - Jul 14, 2014 1915 - 2014
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Mar 27, 1918 - Apr 16, 1918 1918 - 1918
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Sep 24, 1899 - May 25, 1987 1899 - 1987
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Nov 27, 1919 - Mar 29, 1995 1919 - 1995
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Feb 22, 1927 - Mar 2, 2016 1927 - 2016
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Aug 16, 1929 - Unknown 1929 - ?
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Aug 9, 1931 - Feb 17, 1978 1931 - 1978
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Sep 9, 1933 - Feb 12, 2008 1933 - 2008
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May 2, 1940 - May 17, 1980 1940 - 1980
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Unknown - Unknown ? - ?
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Oct 5, 1999 - Unknown 1999 - ?
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1890 - Unknown 1890 - ?

Other Walsers

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Mar 10, 1882 - Sep 28, 1947 1882 - 1947
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Apr 19, 1884 - 1980 1884 - 1980
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Apr 4, 1891 - Nov 13, 1951 1891 - 1951
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Apr 9, 1894 - May 22, 1946 1894 - 1946
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Sep 8, 1898 - Jan 16, 1995 1898 - 1995
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Oct 20, 1882 - Feb 13, 1965 1882 - 1965
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Jul 6, 1898 - 1995 1898 - 1995
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Feb 19, 1904 - Jul 6, 1971 1904 - 1971
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Oct 22, 1910 - Jul 28, 1990 1910 - 1990
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Mar 22, 1911 - Mar 11, 1996 1911 - 1996
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Mar 20, 1914 - Jan 29, 1970 1914 - 1970
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Aug 2, 1919 - May 9, 1974 1919 - 1974
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Jan 12, 1893 - Feb 15, 1963 1893 - 1963
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Jan 15, 1911 - Apr 9, 1912 1911 - 1912
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Aug 23, 1913 - May 11, 1937 1913 - 1937
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Jul 12, 1915 - Dec 1915 - ?
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May 13, 1923 - Unknown 1923 - ?
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Sep 20, 1924 - Apr 2, 1994 1924 - 1994
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Oct 20, 1926 - Sep 29, 1990 1926 - 1990
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September 1908 - 1911 1908 - 1911

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Mar 10, 1882 - Sep 28, 1947 1882 - 1947
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Apr 19, 1884 - 1980 1884 - 1980
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Apr 4, 1891 - Nov 13, 1951 1891 - 1951
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Apr 9, 1894 - May 22, 1946 1894 - 1946
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Sep 8, 1898 - Jan 16, 1995 1898 - 1995
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Oct 20, 1882 - Feb 13, 1965 1882 - 1965
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Jul 6, 1898 - 1995 1898 - 1995
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1893 - 1967 1893 - 1967
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Feb 24, 1880 - Jan 19, 1970 1880 - 1970
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Feb 19, 1904 - Jul 6, 1971 1904 - 1971
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Oct 22, 1910 - Jul 28, 1990 1910 - 1990
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Mar 22, 1911 - Mar 11, 1996 1911 - 1996
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Aug 2, 1919 - May 9, 1974 1919 - 1974
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Jan 12, 1893 - Feb 15, 1963 1893 - 1963
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Jan 15, 1911 - Apr 9, 1912 1911 - 1912
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Jul 12, 1915 - Dec 1915 - ?
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