Ada King was born 10 October 1880 in Julong, New South Wales, Australia to George King (1839-1900) and Harriett Quince (1850-1927) and died 24 June 1932 Marrickville, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Benjamin Picker (1879-1958) 25 June 1901 in Binda, New South Wales, Australia.
|Offspring of Benjamin Picker and Ada King (1880-1932)|
|Imelda Ethel Marjorie Picker (1903-)|
|Dorothy Gladys Picker (1906-)|
|Garnet Benjamin Picker (1908-1971)|
|Eric Picker (1916-1983)|
|Colin Picker (1920-)|
Mrs. Ada Picker, wife of Mr. Benjamin Picker, died at her residence, 10 Pine Street, Marrickville, at 10.30 last night. Mrs. Picker appeared to be in normal health when she retired, but took ill shortly afterwards and died within a few minutes. The late Mrs. Picker, who was 51 years of age, was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George King, of that centre, and had spent the greater part of her life in the Crookwell district. She resided for some years at Bigga, moving to Sydney with her husband and family a few years ago. Besides a widower, she leaves a family of five, Marjorie, Dorothy, Garnet, Eric, and Colin; and also two brothers and six sisters, Mr. Charles King (Bigga), and Cr. George King (Binda), are brothers, and the following are sisters: Mesdames George Picker (Bigga), C. Clements (Binda), W. Clements (Crookwell), D. Madden (Holt's Flat), W. A. Branson (Binda), and A. Gilbert (Binda).