Yeah I can do up to 1200dpi if tat would help. I can read the big bit but some I just cant make out especially the "legaleze" ha-ha!!
Anyway WT1 found this for me. I found it very helpful!
Quote: JOHN KING, fourth son of Robert King, was born in Piatt township in 1794, and resided upon the homestead until his marriage. He then located upon a farm belonging to his cousin, Adam King, which he afterwards purchased, and where he spent the remaining years of his life. He married Martha, daughter of Matthew Marshall, who bore him eight children: Robert, of Piatt township; Susan, widow of George Gilbert; Phoebe, wife of James R. Hughes; Marshall M.; Catharine J., deceased wife of Daniel Artman; Mary, wife of J. M. Blackwell; William, and Martha, deceased wife of Samuel U. Carothers. Mr. King was drafted in the war of 1812 and served for a short period. He was originally a member of the Whig party, and afterwards a Republican, and filled nearly all of the offices in his township. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, and a trustee of his society for many years. His wife died in 1865; he survived her until 1887, having reached the ripe old age of ninety-three years.
I mainly collect the US Classic singles & covers also, classic era B.O.B. items.