KING, JOSEPH. "About the 30th ultimo, in Wilcox county, Alabama, Mr. Joseph King, aged about seventy years, and believed to be a native of South Carolina; in which state he officiated as chaplain of a regiment during the revolutionary war. He died seized of considerable property, which as he had no kin in this part of the country, must escheat to the state, unless his relatives supposed to reside in upper Alabama and South Carolina, present their claims within the time prescribed by law. By inserting this notice, the Huntsville and South Carolina papers may confer a benefit on his kinsfolk."�Southern Advocate, Huntsville, June 30, 1826.