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The Burnside Zouaves

Charles Goodrich King

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Charles G. King was born 1839 in Providence, Rhode Island
Father; William J. King
Born-1806
Mother; Lydia C. King
Born-1808
 Charles had seven brothers and sisters;
Elizabeth G.
Born-1836
 
William J.
Born-1838
 
Jenny
Born-1841
 
Edward G.
Born-1842
 
Frederick A.
Born-1844
 
Lydia C.
Born-1847
 
Theodore
Born-1850
 
Do not feel to bad for Lydia as she had three domestic servents to help her around the house, Bridget Riley(30), Catharine McKenna(30), and Rosanna Garman(28) all from Ireland. Charles's father William was a cotton merchant and did quite well.
 
Charles married between 1862-1866,
Francis Ellen Jones
Born-1846 - Died 18 Apr 1926 at the age of 80 yrs.
Charles and Francis had three childern;
Twins
Charles Goodrich Jr.
Born-15 May 1867 - Died-29 Nov 1894 at the age of 27yrs.
 
George Jones.
Born-15 May 1867 - Died-12 Apr 1910 at the age of 42yrs.
 
Mary Farguhar Jones.
Born 13 Jan 1870 - Died-19 Mar 1955 at the age of 85yrs.
Mary married William F. Payson on 27 Oct 1897
 
Charles enlisted on 26 May 1862 in the 10th Regiment RI Inf Co F&S as Hospital Steward and mustered out with the Regiment in Providence, Rhode Island on 01 Sept 1862, There is some data that shows Charles also served with the 5th Regiment RI Heavy Artillery from 06 Sept 1862 until 1 Apr 1865 as Surgeon, but we have not been able to confirm this report(1890 Veterans Schedules reported by his wife Francis) there is a Charles King reported in the 5th RI HA but as Private and no other data but enlistment date. We tend to believe that he did serve with the 5th RI HA.
 
After the war Charles and Francis lived at 43 Waterman Street in Providence, Rhode Island where he continued in his father's business as cotton merchant. Charles died on 27 Aug 1881 and is buried at Swan Point Cemetery in Providence, Rhode Island.
 

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