I want to thank Peter Beadle (FG#7 researcher for P402) for putting together this as he has done a better job than I. He also has done a great job with plotting the land on maps. They won't show up in this post due to the fact that this board will only support words. If any one want to see the maps just send e-mail me. email@example.com Wayne N. Parker researcher for P239 of FG#7 Parker Land Transactions in Nansemond WILLIAM PARKER, 350 acs. Warrisquicke Co., last day of May 1636, p.362.…Read more…
Hello all! I am new to this group. I have graced my heritage to Jesse Parker who was a well known figure in Texas. I think his parents are Robert Parker and Priscilla Riddick but have no documentation to verify this. Can anyone help me? Also I have sent dna samples to ancestry.com but I don't think that that's the same kind of Dna shared on this site.Read more…
Hi everyone, I am researching my husband's lineage. He just found out he is a Parker after all these years thinking he was a Pillsbury. The Y DNA sealed the deal. We match Group #10 with all 37 markers but haven't been able to make the connection. We just found out a few weeks ago that his great grandfather John Franklin Pillsbury changed his name from Parker. He was born in Dexter, Maine in 1860. When he was 2 years old, both his parents died and he was raised by Joseph M. Jordan and Sarah…Read more…
This is some of the information about the land, William Parker and his descendants owned in Nansemond Co., VA and later on in NC. William Parker is the oldest ancestor of FG#7 that has been found so far. WILLIAM PARKER, 350 acs. Warrisquicke Co., last day of May 1636, p. 362. Beg. at a little Cr. on the S. side of Nanzemund Riv., N. W. upon sd. river against Dumplinge Island & S. E. into the woods. Trans, of 7 pers: John Gately, John Middep, Jane Veale, Mary Harford, John Freethorne, Mary…Read more…
Last Friday my wife donated a kidney to me. I had(!) end stage renal disease caused by polycystic kidney disease. PKD is an autosomal dominate genetic defect affecting each fetus of a victim at rate of 50%. Each of mine have a 50-50 chance of PKD. Questions: 1- any genetic disease in your Parker line? 2-What disease?3) If yes, what is your Parker Family Project yDNA Family Group #? Me , 1- maybe, gg-gf, Cicero Parker(1949-1915)died of Bright's Disease, a catch all name for renal failure. No…Read more…
Is there a family number or haplo group number for William Riley Parker 1801-1868? Born Surry County North Carolina, buried in near White Cloud, Kansas.
Hi Parker People,
My Uncle took the Y-DNA test at my request. I can trace our line back to Lemuel Parker (b. @ 1765 in Connecticut, d. @ 1835 Sempronius, Cayuga County, New York) wife is Tacy Barber Niles (b. 11 June 1782 Stephentown, Rensselaer County, New York, d. @ 1835 Sempronius, Cayuga County, New York.
My first Y-DNA match is descended from Perry Oliver Parker (b. Feb 1852 Maude, Indiana, died 31 August 1903 Sharon, Mercer, Pennsylvania) wife is Viola Tisdale (b. 5…
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I, also, am looking for any (new) information on Mary Parker (1745- 9/5/1843)...I am from her son James L, (1785) who married Lavina Fowler. Their son James H.,(1820) who married Tabitha Jane Crouch. Their son Henry Spotswood Parker(1852…"