King [11091407]

1559: Lewes Rape, Sussex: The names of thable men apointyd to Srue the queene’s Highnes and to be in a redynes apon one hours warnynge wth the names of their Capitaynes: Bill Men: Stephen King

1 April 1840: List of Passengers on the Victoria from Bombay: Captain and Mrs. King    M. Cavalry

1840: Mr. & Mrs. King  2 Children under 5 years & a European Servant, passengers, 1st class, from Bombay to Suez

6 September 1848: Barbados: Arrival of the brigantine Flora McDonald, captain King, from Demerara, 2 days out;

13 September 1848: Barbados: Departure of the brigantine Flora McDonald, captain King, for Demerara;

19 September 1848: Barbados: Passengers arrived per Sarah — Rev. Mr. Berkeley, Mr King, and two steerage.

12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Avening Polling District: Parish of Horsley: Abode: Downend: Joseph King. Bisley Polling District: Parish of Bisley: Abode: Ellcomb: Thomas King; Abode: Brown’s Hill: Edwin King; Abode: Old Market Streetm Bristol: Samuel King; Abode: Bristol: John King. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Boddington: Abode: Paganhill: Thomas King. Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: Elm Street, Cheltenham: Benjamin King.

27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. The List of Freemen entitled to vote in the election of members to serve in Parliament for the City of Gloucester: Charles King, St Aldate Square. Occupiers: Hamlet of Barton St Mary: Alfred King, house, Albert Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St John the Baptist: Samuel King for a house in Alvin Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Nicholas: Thomas King, for a house 66 Westgate Street. Occupiers of property in South Hamlet: Daniel King, for a house in High Orchard; Joseph King, for a house in Llanthony Road.

7 April 1879: Deserters from Her Majesty’s Service: A reward of from 5s to 20s is offered for the apprehension of John King, [Reg. No:] 1731, 4th Brig. Dep; [born:] Stockton, York; [trade] striker; [age] 23; [size:] 5[ft] 7½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] brown; [face:] dark; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 24 February 1879 [at] Richmond; [marks & remarks: blank];

James W. King, [Reg. No:] 2177, 17th Lancers; [born:] Whitechapel, Middlesex; [trade] rivetter; [age] 20¼; [size:] 5[ft] 8[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 12 March 1879 [at] Hounslow; [marks & remarks:] tattooed left arm; off pass to London

25 March 1880: County court judgment against Thomas King, 5 Gladstone Terrace, Hastings, builder

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by John King, Ballyness, Londonderry, farmer, to James Cartwright, Drumgavenagh, Londonderry

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by John Thomas King, 519 Lord Street, Lamberhead Green, Pemberton, near Wigan, tailor, in favour of Manchester Loan &c. office; and by George King, 107 Hyde Road, Ardwick, near Manchester, stationer, in favour of Isaac Fineberg; and a bill of sale by Henry King, 1 Randall Terrace, Balham Grove, Streatham, builder, (property also at, &c.), in favour of William Kerr

29 November 1883: Birth certificate of Harry son of John King of Swallowfield East

28 August 1891: For sale: Pair Norwich canaries, 2 young ones, large mahogany breeding cage, 22/6; large 3 compartment stock cage, sliding partitions, 12/6. King, 45 Cadogan Street, Chelsea

15 June 1894: Local Yachting News, Gosport: The schooner yacht St Margaret, of 157 tons, T.M., which was offered for sale at a public auction by Messrs King & King, of Portsmouth, was purchased by M. Louis Tordo, of Paris, on June 7th. She is being fitted out, and will leave for Havre in the course of a few days.

29 January 1904: ‘The annual meeting of the members of the Windsor and District Liberal Club was held at the Gladstone Hall on Friday evening, when there was a large attendance. Mr Watson, the secretary, presented a very satisfactory report. … The balance sheet, which was audited by Messrs M. R. Blackford and F. W. Whittington, was together with the report, unanimously adopted. The President (Sir A. D. Hayter), Hon. Treasurer (Mr W. R. Smith), the Secretary (Mr W. Watson), and the Auditors (Messrs Blackford and Whittington) were re-elected, whilst the following vice-presidents were elected by ballot: Mr A. W. Milner-Gibson, Councillor F. T. Ryland, Councillor Sir J. T. Soundy, J.P., Sir W. C. Bruce, Bart., Mr G. Wargent, Alderman E. Bampfylde, J.P., Mr T. D. Bolton, M.P., Mr J. Taylor, Mr W. G. Stoneham, Councillor J. E. Mitchell, J.P., Mr F. J. Patton, J.P., and Mr C. Pearce. The contest for the General Committee resulted as follows:- C. Mulford 132, W. Walter 123, P. Dolan 122, E. Shrimpton 105, W. R. Smith 101, H. R. Taylor 95, G. D. Williams 95, A. New 90, W. E. Moore 85,W. J. Hearne 77, G. Stinton 73, R. Float 73, W. G. King 66, E. Quelch 65, W. Miles 65. During the evening a splendid full length engraving of the late W. E. Gladstone was presented to the club by Mr E. Hopper, of Alma Road, who was heartily thanked by the members.’

September 1909: Subscriptions for the Sunday School Treat: Collected by Miss Beard – Mrs Cole 6d, Mrs Wright 6d, C. Fox 6d, Mrs Gage 6d, Mrs Townsend 3d, Mrs King 6d, Mrs Underwood 6d, Mrs Chamberlain 1/-, Mrs Field 1d, Mrs Cooper 3d, Mrs Coates 6d, Miss Chamberlain 6d, Miss Green 8d, A Workman 3d, A Friend 6d. Total 7/- Collected by Miss Clinkett – Mrs King 3d, Mrs Shepherd 6d, Mrs Bishop 6d, Mrs Barnes 2d, Mrs Williams 3d, Mrs Bennett 3d, Mrs Compton 3d, Mrs Clinkett 6d, Mrs Fowler 4d. Total 3/-

24 July 1911: Postcard to Mrs Henderson, The Poplars, Ranmoor Cliff, Sheffield: ‘Having a great time. Yesterday the airman King alighted on the beach. We were close to him & had a splendid view of his flight. It was a lovely sight. Much love from D. G.’

c1920: Mollie King

August 1924: ‘The attendance at the monthly service on July 13 was affected by weather conditions and counter-attractions. The audience found the hymns and tunes congenial, and at the close were heard comments on the heartiness of the singing. Rev. J. H. Williams, of Wellington Road South Congregational Church, as preacher, rendered the school a double favour that day, he having in the afternoon spoken most acceptably to a large gathering of the Senior and Intermediate classes. … Mr G. H. Broome conducted, and Mr A. M. King was at the organ.’

11 September 1924: Ladies’ Circle: The members propose to have a picnic to Kerridge … Will all those who wish to join in this picnic communicate with Mrs King, 9 Lyme Street, not later than 25 August, so that all arrangements may work smoothly. ..

22 April 1928: Joyce King baptised

1 April 1931: Report of the proceedings in bankruptcy of James King, of 52 Stone Hill Road, Derby, blouse and robe specialist. “He was apprenticed to the drapery business and held various appointments before commencing business in his own account in November 1920, at 63 St Peter’s Street. The business was successful. In March 1924 he opened a shop at 8 Wheeler Gate, Nottingham, and later another branch at 56-58 Carlton Street, Nottingham. These businesses were not successful.” “He brought three of his assistants over from Derby to Nottingham in the position of manageress, and within six months of each other all three got married.”;

Urban council elections: Shepshed: candidates: C. H. Nelson, H. Burton, J. A. Grant, H. E. Atkin, A. C. Bradbury, A. King, W. Martin, T. W. Peat, J. Lacey, J. H. Peberdy, G. Jordan, J. W. Smith, J. A. Harley, Miss P. M. Wade, W. F. Jones, P. J. Gough.

The report on the last meeting of the season of the Nottinghamshire Amateur and Professional Golfers’ Alliance held over the Chilwell Manor course gives the names of the members respective teams:- Sherwood Forest: A. G. Beck, G. H. Houfton, A. B. Blanksby, W. King. Also he appears and is identified in a group photograph of the Sherwood forest team on the back page.

January 1932: Candidates for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: H. J. P. King, 113 Marlborough Road, N.22; J. King, 1 Silkmore Hall, Stafford

July 1935: Recent News of Past Members of the Staff and of Old Girls: Freda King returned to England from Rio de Janeiro with the family to whom she is Governess Companion. She has had some good riding and won a ‘mock hunt’ on a fast polo pony.

January 1936: Parochial Organizations: Bell Ringers – Every Thursday, 8 p.m. Secretary Mr A. King, 6 Tavistock Crescent

January 1936: Valete: V D: P. T. King, member of philosophical society, is a dockyard apprentice

Examination Successes: Dockyard & Artificer Apprentices Examination, 1935: D. W. Devonshire, K. P. Farrell, E. S. Homyer, R. S. Blanchard, E. R. Nicholas, P. T. King, L. J. Evans, R. Connor *, A. J. Cope, R, C, Horswell *, E. E. H. Osgood, E. R. Wilkinson, G. F. Kidd, K. S. C. Hancock, C. A. Little, V. O. Lillie, R. S. Paradise, J. A. Grace, D. L. A. Vick, W. J. Cochran, M. B. G. Flack, W. L. Oakshatt *, W. P. Padbury, W. T. A. Greer, R. T. James *, W. H. Childs *, J. E. Raggett *, R. J. Lacey, K. G. Franklin, W. L. Prangnell, W. K. Richards, J. James, H. Colyer, M. Sweetman, S. H. New *, A. E. Catmore *, R. A. Morris *, C. A. T. Russell *, R. Farmer, M. Smith *;

Examination Successes: Civil Service Clerkship Examination, 1935: K. J. Moyes, S. J. Moon, A. F. Nagle, J. B. O’Leary, V. D. King, R. F. Roch, R. D. Robertson, H. C. Jenkins, A. W. Pain, G. A. Stainer, A. E. Bunce, E. L. Pipe

Prize List, 1934-5: 5th Year  –  S. E. Prior, K. Baisbrown, D. W. Devonshire, J. H. C. Nightingall, V. D. King.

The Fretwork Club. ‘We regret to record the loss of last term’s Secretary G. Kidd (V D), and Treasurer (P. King), both of whom have now left the school. These two keen and conscientious members did much valuable work, and we feel their loss greatly.’

July 1939: Day Schools  –  Mixed. Head Master – Mr C. P. B. Mudge. Staff: Mr J. Postle, Miss N. King, Miss S. Wright. Infants – Head Mistress: Miss Budinger. Staff: Miss D. N. Skeet.

17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. Stoll Theatres: Bristol Hippodrome (R. 10.30) – Issy Bonn, Will Hay junior, Albert Whelan, Len Clifford and Freda, Percy Manchester, Lionel King, Sam Linfield, Hooper Sisters (6.10 and 8.15) Stoll Theatres: Manchester Hippodrome (R. 11) – Al Shaw and his Blue Hawaiians, Harry Mooney and Victor King, Randolph Sutton, Beryl Beresford, Don Philippe and Maria, Earle and Lewis, Jackie Trevor. (6 and 8.10).

December 1945: Candidate for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: D. H. King, 43 Maple Grove, York

15 April 1953: County court judgments against Mrs E. M. King, Iver Grove House, Wood Lane, Iver; and against H. D. King, 87 High Street, Cherryhinton; and against Martha Rebecca King, widow, 4 Kingshold Road, Homerton; and against Mrs W. King, Bidston, Sancroft Road, Eastbourne; and against Dennis King, 80 Bonvilston Road, Pontypridd

4 October 1963: Helen King, soprano in the Covent Garden Opera Chorus

9 November 1963: — King, Crewe Alexandra footballer, playing against Bournemouth: recalled in programme of 7 October 1968

1974: Members of Seaton Carew Golf Club: Gentlemen: Preston King and A. W. King, 199 Park Road, Hartlepool

20 February 1976: J. King, manager, Tranmere Rovers.

16 March 1982: Howard W. King, referee, from Treodyrhiw, Merthyr Tydfil: married, with one son

c1990: Andy Hilton, Staff Pensions Officer; Mrs Christine Storer; Mrs Olwyn Holdstock; Mrs Jill King

5 October 2003: Oliver King, footballer, Croydon Atheltic Football Club under 15 A squad

12 October 2003: Oliver King, footballer, Croydon Atheltic Football Club under 15 A squad

16 November 2003: Oliver King, footballer, Croydon Atheltic Football Club under 15 A squad

25 March 2009: Steward signed up for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, season 2009: Natalia King