Parker Heritage

Preservation and Celebration of the Parker Family History & Genealogy

Karen Monsen
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  • San Antonio, TX
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Parker Baptist Preachers

Group for descendants of Rev. W. Jacob Parker, Baptist preacher throughout Alabama in the late 1800s. His son Rev. W.A. Parker moved to Texas and almost all of his sons and some of his grandsons also became Baptist preachers in Ala. and TX.
Feb 13
Jon Mark Parker joined Karen Monsen's group
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Parker Baptist Preachers

Group for descendants of Rev. W. Jacob Parker, Baptist preacher throughout Alabama in the late 1800s. His son Rev. W.A. Parker moved to Texas and almost all of his sons and some of his grandsons also became Baptist preachers in Ala. and TX.
Feb 8
Karen Monsen replied to James Robert Jernigan's discussion Burial site for W. Jacob Parker 1818-1876
"This is so exciting!  That very well could be him!"
Oct 12, 2011
Karen Monsen left a comment for James Robert Jernigan
"I have been remiss in not responding to you, and thanking you hugely for your amazing contributions to this group!  I apologize profusely.  I had back surgery in May, and it has been a long hard recovery and I am only just now getting back…"
Oct 12, 2011
Karen Monsen and James Robert Jernigan are now friends
Oct 12, 2011
Tiffany Parker Fleming joined Karen Monsen's group
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Parker Baptist Preachers

Group for descendants of Rev. W. Jacob Parker, Baptist preacher throughout Alabama in the late 1800s. His son Rev. W.A. Parker moved to Texas and almost all of his sons and some of his grandsons also became Baptist preachers in Ala. and TX.
Jul 7, 2011
James Robert Jernigan commented on Karen Monsen's blog post Parker Family Portrait
"Did   Rev. W. A.Parker   pass     away   while  preaching  in  the  pulpit  at  Mt. Enterprise?"
Mar 3, 2011
James Robert Jernigan commented on Karen Monsen's blog post Parker Family Portrait
"In Historical Sketches of Clarke County, Alabama   listed on page 113,  in 1889, Rev. W. A Parker was pastor of Ulcanush Baptist Church constituted in 1816...still in the same location.. in 1878, Rev. P.E. Kirven was pastor…"
Mar 3, 2011
James Robert Jernigan joined Karen Monsen's group
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Parker Baptist Preachers

Group for descendants of Rev. W. Jacob Parker, Baptist preacher throughout Alabama in the late 1800s. His son Rev. W.A. Parker moved to Texas and almost all of his sons and some of his grandsons also became Baptist preachers in Ala. and TX.
Feb 28, 2011
Karen Monsen left a comment for Carol Lina
"What a wonderful discovery of the blog, making my spooky trip very much worth it! Yes, I took pictures of Wilhelm's grave. You can find it at this address: http://bit.ly/a1rpvK"
Sep 9, 2010
Carol Lina commented on Karen Monsen's blog post Very distantly related to the Parkers, but funny nonetheless
"I found this blog by googling my grandfathers' name: Wilhelm Lina [Sophie] are my paternal great grandparents. Their graves are at the very front of the Chriesman Cemetary. Last time I saw them [the graves] they were very blackened. I did…"
Sep 9, 2010
Heather Christa Justice left a comment for Karen Monsen
"Hi Karen, are you related to Ralph Regan Parker and Sarah C. Hodge?"
Aug 24, 2010
Karen Monsen and Jim Yarbrough are now friends
Aug 23, 2010
Karen Monsen left a comment for Jim Yarbrough
"kamonsen@aol.com. Thanks!"
Aug 23, 2010
Jim Yarbrough left a comment for Karen Monsen
"I have sent an invitation to be a "Friend" so that we may exchange private messages. I would need your email address to send an invitation to the website."
Aug 23, 2010
Karen Monsen replied to Jim Yarbrough's discussion William Parker arrived from England MD in 1680 with Rev William Turner
"Do you have to be invited to the website? I got a page requesting login information. Thanks BTW! Karen"
Aug 21, 2010

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Prior correspondence with Howard Blair
What is your interest in the Parker family?
My mother's maiden name is Parker and I have done much genealogical research on the Parker line.

Karen Monsen's Blog

Very distantly related to the Parkers, but funny nonetheless

I was on a business trip about 200 miles from home today, and found myself surprisingly driving through Burleson County, Texas. I saw a sign for Chriesman, which made me realize I was very near a cemetery named Chriesman Cemetery where many years ago I found my Little ancestors. (Birdie Little married Sidney Thomas. Their daughter Beatrice Thomas married L.L. Fox Parker, my ggrandparents.) On the way home, I saw a sign for Chriesman Chapel Cemetery, slammed on my brakes at 70 mph and went… Continue

Posted on August 9, 2010 at 11:40pm — 1 Comment

Parker Family Portrait

I have posted a large Parker family portrait that was probably taken at the funeral of William Allen Parker in 1914 (for whom a chair was left empty) on my webpage (www.familyimmortal.com). The following people are in the photograph (if there is no last name listed, then it is Parker), as they are identified on the back of the photograph.…


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Posted on August 3, 2010 at 11:42pm — 2 Comments

W. Jacob Parker's Bible

I have posted the images of the family records pages from Rev. W. Jacob Parker's Bible on my website. See www.familyimmortal.com. I have full-size images I'd be happy to share via email upon request.

Posted on July 28, 2010 at 11:05pm

Seth Parker (b. 1828) of Clarke County, Alabama

This entry from A GLANCE INTO THE GREAT SOUTH-EAST OR CLARKE COUNTY, ALABAMA AND ITS SURROUNDINGS FROM 1540 TO 1877, by Rev. T.H. Ball, A.M., Published in Grove Hill, Alabama 1882:


SETH J. PARKER, one of the four sons, was born Feb. 18, 1828. He has six children. His home is three miles from Jackson. He has been in public life and is well known over the county. He has been for many years a prominent citizen.


A remarkable case of physical…
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Posted on July 10, 2010 at 9:56pm

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At 8:10pm on August 24, 2010, Heather Christa Justice said…
Hi Karen,
are you related to Ralph Regan Parker and Sarah C. Hodge?
At 10:52am on August 23, 2010, Jim Yarbrough said…
I have sent an invitation to be a "Friend" so that we may exchange private messages. I would need your email address to send an invitation to the website.
At 10:22pm on July 10, 2010, S.Raymond Parker said…
Welcome, Karen. Nice website!
 
 
 

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