"I graduated from Minor High School in 1998. My father, Carson L. Drawhorn, graduated (I believe) in '70. I did not hang out with too many people in the area during my school years, I was kind of a hermit, and didn't come out of my shell…"
"Glad to see you visited Sadler's. It bothered me when we took my grandfather there and he didn't remember where his mother was buried. Times were hard back then and people had it rough. In any event, I'm glad that we…"
"Jeff, I would love to talk to you some more about my Parker lineage; however, you should also love to talk with my grandfather Cecil Andrew Parker, who still lives in Birmingham. He was born in Jonesboro in 1919 to Charley and Emma, and after…"
"I'm not sure exactly how much info I can offer either of you, but I am descended from the Hawkin, TN Parkers. My grandfather is Cecil Andrew Parker, son of Charley Andrew Parker, son of John David Parker, son of George W. Parker. …"
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George W. Parker
b. Abt 1815, Virginia
John David Parker
b. 1848, Tennessee; d. 1940, Alabama
Charley Andrew Parker
b. 1888, Alabama; d. 1962, Alabama
Cecil Andrew Parker
b 1919, Alabama STILL LIVING
Delores Jean Parker (m. Drawhorn)
b. 1953, Alabama STILL LIVING
Jason Delaney Drawhorn (self)
b. 1980, Alabama STILL LIVING
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