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Abraham Parker

Does anyone have information on where Abraham arrived in America, and was he connected with Browsholme Hall?Continue

Started by Wesley F. Restall in Queries 11 hours ago.

Parker family

Hi, I am looking for any help I can get. I have been trying to find my husbands family members for several years and have had no luck. Mainly due to the fact that they lived  in Tennessee and birth…Continue

Started by Boyd E Parker in General Chat 18 hours ago.

Chelmsford and Malden, MA Parkers 11 Replies

Hello!I am currently investigating my Parker line which descends from Massachusetts. My father had one line traced back to England, but after much research I recently disproved some of the research…Continue

Started by LaurenPluta in Queries. Last reply by Richard Parker yesterday.

Bible of John Colba Cox 4 Replies

Does anyone have any proof on this subject ? This is my Family line I have been told my whole life we are blood relitives to Quannah Parker I have been searching and have gotten no where, Can anyone…Continue

Started by LaNetta K Woodruff Rogers in Queries. Last reply by LaNetta K Woodruff Rogers yesterday.

Parkers from Crawford County, Illinois connection to Cynthia Ann Parker, Texas Parkers 27 Replies

James W. Parker b. 1752 d. 1835 in Coles County, IL, is my husbands 6th great grandfather.  I am trying to find the connection to the Parkers that left Crawford Co. in 1833 and went to Texas.  I am…Continue

Started by Karen Anderson in Queries. Last reply by Suzan Parker Maughan yesterday.

My Parker family

1 James PARKER b: 15 Apr 1653 in Ireland, d: 27 Jul 1693...... + Mary PARKER b: 20 Nov 1654 in Ireland, d: 27 Jul 1695............2 James Parker b: 24 Mar 1681, d: 1735 in colonist............ +…Continue

Started by Randy Lea Barnes Sr in General Chat on Monday.

Charles Horace Parker, DOB: 08/04/1876

This was my great grandfather. According to the cencus of CT in 1920 he was living there but his birthplace is listed as unknown. I am looking forward to any information. ThanksContinue

Started by Rebecca Parker Hamon in Queries on Sunday.

Old Buncombe Genealogical Society

I just got back from Asheville, N. C. where I visited the Old Buncombe Genealogical Society.  It is a great resource for anyone with roots in Western North Carolina.  The staff there is very…Continue

Started by Jarrod Parker in General Chat on Saturday.

Will of Cashia Parker wife of Jesse D. Parker. 1 Reply

  See more on Jesse D. Parker at this link.…Continue

Started by Wayne N. Parker in General Chat. Last reply by Wayne N. Parker Apr 16.

Seeking father, mother, and siblings of Moses Parker born 1744 in Culpeper Co VA, died in Marlboro Co SC 1 Reply

My ggg-grandfather was Moses Parker.  Born August 1744 in Culpeper Co Virginia and died in Marlboro Co SC in November  1830.  He was a member of the South Carolina Militia during the Revolutionary…Continue

Started by Susan Faye Parker King in Queries. Last reply by Amanda Parker Tafolla Apr 6.

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Van Estes Parker (b. 1931 Culberson, TX)

Van passed away today in Los Angeles County, CA.

Posted by Peter Beadle on April 9, 2014 at 8:30pm — 1 Comment

PARKER Y-DNA project

Thanks to everyone for your kind and generous welcoming comments.  And thanks to Michael and Darryl for this great site for PARKER genealogy.

   We have activated a PARKER Y-DNA project on the Family Tree DNA web site:

https://www.familytreedna.com/public/parker/

  Under the tab for "Y-DNA results" click on colorized to see your results in our family groups.  The results are shown by test kit number, so you will…

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Posted by Dennis West on April 8, 2014 at 9:46pm

Sterling Price Parker

I have tried finding my Parker roots through my Grandpa Henry M. (Milton) and had no responses. I have since obtained some records to finally get my search going. My family tree goes something like this starting with my dad, his dad, his grandpa and on down the line.



Spouse:



Robert Eugene Parker. 1925 - Georgia Ella Mathes. 1928 - 2003

Henry M (Milton) Parker 1888 - 1973 Geneva Dudley. 1894 - 1984

Sterling P. Parker. 1864 - 1915 Rebecca Jane. 1868 -… Continue

Posted by Carol Ann Parker Cocke on April 5, 2014 at 7:03pm — 4 Comments

Parkers in Rockwall County Texas 1871 - 1874

Looking for information on George M. Parker, his son Joseph Parker, and Burrell B. Parker, who appear on 1874 historic map, owning adjoining property in Rockwall County, along what is presently Highway 6.

Posted by Clayton Lynn Parker on March 30, 2014 at 4:57pm

George Washingtom PARKER

George Washingtom PARKER born about 1802 married Mary Perlia MACK 1830. They had Daniel Mack PARKER 1832. Can anyone find these or add to my lineage?



----------5. George Washington PARKER (1802-1876)



------------+ Mary Perlia MACK. (1814-1883) married in 1830



------------6. Daniel Mack PARKER (1832-1882), married first Ann (1837-   )



--------------7. Franklin Pierce PARKER (1856 - 1887 Butler, Bates Co., MO married Nancy  Roxanne Hughes… Continue

Posted by David Russell Cloninger on March 28, 2014 at 10:07pm — 2 Comments

John Parker

I'm searching for the  birthdate for a John Parker died in 1825 in Morgan county Indiana. He was the father of Christopher Parker 1784-1846. He was born in Morgan County Indiana. I need to connect these two together. I need dates and sources. please help

Posted by Jaymie Parker on March 24, 2014 at 6:39pm

George and Nancy Parker - Kaufman County Texas

According to Probate records in Kaufman County Texas, George and Nancy Parker's lives ended in November 1879.  Both apparently died (or were killed) at approximately the same time, leaving behind their children.  My great Grandfather, Hiram, was one of those children.  Seeking information about George Parker (England) and Nancy (Parker) (Arkansas).

Posted by Clayton Lynn Parker on March 23, 2014 at 9:45pm

On a mission for my mother...

Just yesterday, I was visiting my mother, discussing and going over tons of information regarding our family genealogy.  For many years now, my mother has been the family historian, but for the past few years is unable to do it any more.  At the very young age of 69, she is now bed ridden and in poor health.  She did however leave me lots and lots of records to go through, and a huge amount of studying left to be done.  This is some of the immediate information that I have.

Mother: …

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Posted by Marta Lyttle Tang on March 17, 2014 at 11:25pm — 3 Comments

PARKER INDIAN TRADING POST ALBUQUERQUE, NM ? EARLY 1900s

1st want to say what a great thing you are doing here! S0 interesting.  What led me here in the first place was a story in my family that goes way back.  That one of my family was to be very good friends or related to a PARKER, who owned an INDIAN TRADING POST in Albuquerque, NM--early 1900s.  I need to verify if that was THIS PARKER family--Was it and owners full name ?  And what years did it operate ?  I am going to then be able to figure out the rest and verify.  I hope.  Hopefully, you…

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Posted by Sue Riley on March 8, 2014 at 4:42pm — 4 Comments

parker curl

info i found for parker said he was born va.  believe that to be wrong.  reason some of the names connected with him are the same ones connected with my great grandmother.  one of his daughter;s name is or was sinah which is a cousin's middle name, she said she was named for a great aunt.  two another daughter was named louisa, think middle name was belle and she went by lou belle, if so she is my great grand mother.  She married joseph g. henry, of ky.  both died in 1926 a week apart.  some…

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Posted by mary lowery on February 20, 2014 at 2:28pm — 5 Comments

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Abraham Parker

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Boyd E Parker posted a discussion

Parker family

Hi, I am looking for any help I can get. I have been trying to find my husbands family members for several years and have had no luck. Mainly due to the fact that they lived  in Tennessee and birth certificates didnt exist until after 1835 if I'm not mistaking, and I was told that a fire destroyed alot of records. The family members that I have are Henry Clay Parker born 6-4-1830 in TN. died 10-27-1909 in Prentiss county MS. Henry's father is supposed to be Lorenzo Dow Parker born abt.…See More
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"Alice, we must be related. My Greatgrandfather was Martin Jefferson "Charlie" Akridge (1877-1952). His father was Elihue akridge (civil war) (1841-1925). His father was Daniel Hansford Akridge (1822-1863) His father was William Greensberry…"
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Suzan Parker Maughan commented on Regina Cuellar-Lee's group Illinois Parkers
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