209. vi. Joshua O. King, born circa 1857, Polk County, North Carolina, died 9 February 1885, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.
210. vii. Ellen A. King, born circa 1859, North Carolina.
211. viii. Effie P. King, born 26 August 1864, Polk County, North Carolina, died 29 June 1900, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, buried in Oakland Cemetery, Dallas, married Max Muller, born circa 1858, Germany, died 27 May 1910, Hot Springs, Arkansas. He came to America in 1868, and to Dallas, Texas, about 1880. For many years he was head of the shoe department of Sanger Brothers in Dallas. Max was buried in Oakland Cemetery beside Effie. He was a member of Tannehill Lodge Number 52, Masons.
212. ix. Sally King, born 14 March 1866, North Carolina, died 6 May 1947, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, married circa 1895, Dallas, Texas, to James P. Gill, born 1870, died 1929. They are buried in Mission Burial Park South, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.
Jim and Sally Gill lived in Dallas, Texas, in 1900; her mother, Ellen King lived with them (see above).
James P. and Sally Gill’s sons are buried in San Antonio: Dr. William D. Gill, born 24 November 1896, died 24 May 1952; Dr. James P. Gill, Jr., born 4 March 1900, died 4 April 1954; and Earl King Gill, born 1 January 1902, died 7 December 1976.
Earl King Gill is the Texas A & M 12th Man. There is a statue of him at Kyle Field in College Station, Texas. 2 January 1922, E. King Gill suited up and stood for an entire game on the sidelines waiting to replace any injured player. This started the tradition for everyone to stand during the A & M football games.
213. x. Varina D. King, born circa 1869, Georgia, married W. M. E. McIlhenny.