I show a possible for him - born 12 Mar 1758 - Hawley, Franklin Co, MA
died 13 Jul 1839. Father Thomas, Mother Abigail.
Nothing on death / burial records thus far.
On Wed, Jun 15, 2016 at 1:29 PM, mckenzie_market via <nycolumb(a)rootsweb.com>
Thanks Cliff still looking in Columbia County for the grave site of
Revolutionary War Veteran Amos King entered service from New Salem,
Hampshire Countty (was still Hampshire when we was there and still
after he left in Massachusetts. I have his son's bible and some
research that says 9 days before his death in 1839 he walked with his
friends to the place he wanted to be buried. Any clues besides what I
have found already?
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