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If you trace your Parker to Eastern KY and the Big Sandy Valley then join me and the scores of others that are likely to land here as well

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Comment by Diana Cox-Foster on February 21, 2014 at 6:25pm

Hi, I am looking for information about a Parker family that lived in Flemingsburg, Fleming, Kentucky, USA during 1841.  My great-great-grandmother Addie Mark (Mack?) Parker was a civil war widow.  The historical stories that we have via texts give her parents as Ransom Parker and Addie (McClurg) Parker.  Addie Mark Parker was born in July 20, 1841 in Flemingsburg, KY.  After the civil war, she went west alone and came to the Denver/Golden area, which was a mining camp (prior to CO statehood).  There she opened a bakery shop and later married Delanzon Moon Sr.  

Any information is welcomed.

Comment by diana spencer on February 13, 2014 at 11:51am

Wesley, Albert parker was born in Pennsylvania, but when the war ended someone told me that Penn became W.Virginia. I found Albert on a census .I was told that his father was Thomas H. Parker but I cant find any information on him.

Comment by diana spencer on February 12, 2014 at 6:37pm

wesley you might want to check your junk mail for my email has Parkers on subject

Comment by diana spencer on February 12, 2014 at 6:27pm

Hi wesley, I will email you the information you ask for at your personal email. thank you for answering my emails. God bless

Comment by Wesley Sherrod Hart on February 12, 2014 at 12:29pm

Diana;

My direct e-mail is hart_wes@hotmail.com.

I am also a member of Find A Grave and would like to know where your Parkers are buried.

Wes Hart

Comment by S.Raymond Parker on February 12, 2014 at 11:49am

Thanks, I have seen that before. My John Parker is not the same one.

Comment by diana spencer on February 12, 2014 at 11:36am

Wesley I am new to this site and dont no how to contact you directly as you told me to do. can you tell me how to do this. Thank you

Comment by Wesley Sherrod Hart on February 12, 2014 at 10:54am

Ray;

 Check my earlier postings for Winney Parker married to William M Browning. Winney's parents are Henry Combs Parker and Elizabeth Chambers. I do not know if Henry is related to your Richard Parker but they might be brothers or perhaps cousins?  April 30, 1770-August Term 1771, Surry County, NC, a John Parker is charged with fornication with a Lucretia Combs. There is no marriage record for Henry Parker to Elizabeth Chambers (daughter of Edmond Chambers 1739 Scotland-1809 Wilkes County, NC and Nancy Mcbride abt. 1772-1848) There is however a Nov. 14, 1805 Wilkes County, NC marriage record of Henry Combs to Elizabeth Chambers.

Son Basil Parker born 1809, Wilkes County NC and wife Sarah Tedder remained in NC while the rest of the family went to Yellow Creek (then Knox County, Kentucky) that later became Harlan then Josh Bell County, Kentucky.

 Wes

Comment by S.Raymond Parker on February 11, 2014 at 10:17pm

Wesley, I have ancestors from Wilkes County, do you have info on Henry Combs Parker?

Comment by Wesley Sherrod Hart on February 11, 2014 at 9:44pm

Dianna;  I spoke to soon. Henry Combs Parker was from Surry/Wilkes County, NC. The census for your Albert says he was born about 1861 in PA. My Parkers in Bell County were married to the Marcie, Rains, Turner and Browning families.

Contact me directly and I will see what I can do to help you.

Wes

 

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