My grandfather is James Alfred Parker born in Crawford County AR in 1921. He was part Cherokee and he stated he was listed on the rolls but my Mom never got a chance to go search all the microfilm for his number. He is now deceased and I have traced back several generations: Irvin Parker, William Jasper Parker, Andrew Jackson Parker, and am stuck at Anson Parker married to Olivia Hatfield. City historical records indicate Andrew Jackson was orphaned at age 10 in Morgan County, Tennesse…
Does any one know anything about this Parker? He was probably born in the early seventeen hundreds. Someone has listed him as Nicholas Parker's father (Anson County) on ancestry .com I am so hoping he had a son named Nicholas. GailRead more…
Hi, Here is what I know and don't know about Nicholas Parker & Family in Anson County, N.C. Nicholas came to Anson Co. (Burnsville District) in 1774 when he was 19 years old. He had a good bit of money and bought up land along the Rocky River to farm. He was married to Mary, (can't find out her last name). They had four children Polly, birth date unknown, who married a David Allen. Huldah born in 1791 married Benjamin Allen. Susannah, birth date unknown, who married Joshua Presley, said…Read more…
OK, I need some help! I know that John Edward or Edward John Parker was not born in 1622 in CT. I know that he was married to Elizabeth Wood. They had a son John (Edward) Parker (Jr.) (?) So does anyone have an papers of John Edward/Edward John Parker's birth? Location? There are approximately 10+ members that I have contact with, but I "still" cannot find, locate or contact anyone in England that ties in with this line. Any suggestions? I have found that there are a few mistakes is posted…Read more…
How can I change the fonts and colors on Parker Heritage. I cannot read the light white letters.Read more…
Revisited and or updates on the research of the three Richard Parker that lived in early VA all at the same time. It seems like so many researcher are getting the three different Richard Parker mixed up. Richard Parker of Nansemond Co., VA. Richard Parker, Dr. of Charles City Co., and Henrico Co., VA Richard Parker of Surry Co., VA First let me say that I have more knowledge on the Richard Parker of Nansemond Co., VA (also know as y-DNA FG#7, I am P239 of that group), than the two other…Read more…
I am looking to validate the info I have, and to further my exploration of my Mothers side of our Family. Her name was Marjorie Marcella Parker married to my father Frank Corneilius Matzke. She was born Jan. 4th 1927 and died Dec. 25th 1995. I have a deceased brother who died at birth, Frances C Matzke B. 1947.
Her father, my Gr #1 was Ted Lee Parker married to Elvah Ellen…
As I continue to search the Parker's that are connected to Sarah Hudson, daughter of 1 st Peter Hudson, and her husband Edward Parker of Halifax Co. Va They were married ca 1740's.probably in Henrico Co. Va the land then fell into Lunenburg Co, and then Halifax as of 1752. My Peter Hudson also had land in Charlotte Co. Va. So was prosperous family.
This is the finding. Edward Parker Jr, born Edward Parker the Jr. born ca 1740's and married a Susannah Sharp…
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It seems we are cousins, please join group #17. I am the great granddaughter of Thomas Jasper Parker and Sarah Catherine Howard. I have been working desperately to fit us altogether. I would gladly share my information which mostly co…"
Sorry to hear about health problems. And I do understand as F16 isn't your line. So when you can appreciate your in put.
Thanks for your help and kindness.
I just wanted to let you know that I still owe you some e-mails. It seems like I tend to get to many things going all at the same time and that just what happen this time along with some health problems with both my wife and my self.
I will also join Mike in what he said, as this is a huge achievement for FG#5 and we at Parker Heritage are very proud of you.
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Wakefield - why I couldn't find him - well it is close to Reading. I'll just pop over this weekend and look for him.