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Zalma, Missouri - History
... was kept at the nearby ford, and that was where the family wash was done ... Hopkins then traded the mill to Charles King, who operated it a short while before selling it to his brother, A.C ... King ...
Indian Massacre - List of Massacres - 1500–1830
... King Philip II later punished Oñate for his excesses. 1643 August Massacre of Anne Hutchinson and her family As part of Kieft's War in New Netherland, near the Split Rock (now northeastern Bronx in New York City), local Lenape (or Siwanoy) killed Anne. 1675 September 18 Bloody Brook Massacre During King Philip's War, Indian warriors killed 60 soldiers of Deerfield, Massachusetts ...
James Earl Ray - Conspiracy Allegations - Later Developments
... In 1997, King's son Dexter met with Ray, and publicly supported his efforts to obtain a retrial ... to civil court and sued as being part of a conspiracy to murder Martin Luther King ... Jowers was found legally liable, and the King family accepted $100 in restitution, an amount chosen to show that they were not pursuing the case for financial gain ...
Sadie King - Storylines
... and dazzling diamonds, it was clear that Sadie King meant business ... The bitchy blonde, who married wealthy Tom King’s eldest son Jimmy, took an instant dislike to her father-in-law’s fiancée Charity Tate and made her feelings very clear ... Jimmy was a simple man who wanted a big family and his pretty wife by his side ...

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