Village of Delta

 

 

Donahue Branch of KING family

 

Rev. William KING's sister,

Catherine KING married to James DONAHUE

 
 

 

 

   
 

   
 

   
 

   
 

 
 
 

Photos of Etta Adela DONAHUE Brooks

   
 

   
 

 
   
 

   
 

   
 

   
 

 

Copies of William Rufus Gregg’s article "The African in North America: Their Welfare After Freedom as Effected and Influenced by The Life of William King". – [ca. 1929]. – 2 items of textual records.

Series consists of two photocopies of William Rufus Gregg’s article on the life of The Rev. William KING, published by The Brooks Print Shop, Ashtabula, Ohio, ca. 1929. The article was originally published in the Toronto Sunday World, in 1924., and discusses the life of William King (a class-mate of William Gregg at the theological Free College in Edinburgh), slavery, and the Underground.  Mrs Etta Adelia Donahue BROOKS and her husband, Edward BROOKS were born in Fulton County Ohio and ran the Brooks Print Shop in Ashtabula, Ohio.   Etta was the grand niece of the Reverend William KING, being the grand daughter of William's sister, Catherine KING.   Catherine KING married to James DONAHUE and Etta Adelia Donahue was the daughter of their son, William King DONAHUE and Hattie MOYER.

 

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The African in North America

Their Welfare After Freedom

as Effected and Influenced by

"The Life of William King"

By William R. Gregg

 

   
 

KING Family Descendant Register Report

   
 

Calendar of Sesquicentennial Events

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