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   4201 1.0 James Kingmale
Father: Richard King
Mother: Elizabeth [n.k.]
Birth: about 1840, at Whaplode, LincolnshireCensus

Married: (1) Georgiana Coe  1864BMD
b. about 1846, at DesboroughCensus

   42022.1 Richard Kingmale
Birth: about 1866, at DesboroughCensus
Married: Betsy A Garner 
b. about 1867, at Leicester, LeicestershireCensus

   42032.2 William Henry King   also known as Henry W Kingmale
1871 census shows him as "Henry W King" but service records confirm a "William Henry King" was son of James King, with brothers Richard, Edwin and John.
Birth: about 1868, at DesboroughCensus

Additional information: Military service records
Married: Annie Kelly  at Belfast, Co Antrim, Ireland 24 Jun 1898British Army
Birth: about May 1870, at DesboroughCensus

Additional information: Army Service
Married: Sarah Elizabeth Lawrence  at Belfast, Co Antrim, Ireland 09 Dec 1893

   85593.1 William James Kingmale
Birth: 08 Oct 1895, at Belfast, Co Antrim, IrelandMI

   85603.2 Edwin Kingmale
Birth: 29 Sep 1898, at Belfast, Co Antrim, IrelandMI

   85613.3 John Kingmale
Birth: 30 Jul 1900, at Dorchester, DorsetMI

   42052.4 John Kingmale
Birth: about 1872, at Mountsorrel, LeicestershireCensus

Married: (2) Eliza [not known]  1879BMD
b. about 1838, at Leicester, LeicestershireCensus



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