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From: "Charles and Dee Colvin" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] king family picture
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2002 16:54:04 -0600
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Vera, I have the school picture 1900, and also have a picture of Albert M.
King with his family of 8 children, there were 9 children, but one died
young. Anyway, many of the King children in the School picture are also in
the Family picture. I believe Albert M. died in 1904 in a logging accident.
The family I am told by granddaughter Ethel King Hendricks Ainsworth, owned
a sawmill. She said David Montgomery King was about 17, but he would have
been about 20 according to recorded birth dates, when Albert M. was killed.
David Montgomery carried his father a long way to get help for him, but it
was too late.
I can send you the Shady Grove picture via email, or will be glad to make
you a copy if you want me to mail it to you please send me your address.
I will be happy to email anyone on the list the picture, as well as the
Albert M. King picture if anyone wants it emailed to them. The Shady Grove
picture has all the people in the picture named at the bottom of the
picture. Several King and Mongtomery children, and two Estes children
included that I can remember.
Mel has just posted the Albert M. King and Martha Jane Montgomery picture to
his web page also...
Sincerely, ~~Dee Colvin
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vera Reeves" <>
Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 8:03 AM
Subject: [ARIZARD-L] king family picture
> > Is Shady Grove School in Baxter Co? I will be glad to email it if they
> > on line, otherwise I will have to get some photo copy paper as we are
> > Would Photo Copied be acceptable? ~~Dee Colvin
> There may have been one somewhere else but there is one in Baxter County.
> Until a few years ago it was near the Shady Grove store. The Historical
> Society moved it to the Cooper Park in Mountain Home. I'm sure there are
> pictures but there may not be one of the year you have.
> I would love to see it. Is it possible you can scan and send me a copy ?
> They said photo copy, not xerox, so I don't see why you couldn't send a
> you made. Just don't know.
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