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Robert Pollock Parker, the first child of Thomas Bryant and Martha Ann (Nelson) Parker, was born 16 November, 1836 at Pal­myra, Marion County, Missouri. He died in September 1892 at Redlands, Califor…

Robert Pollock Parker, the first child of Thomas Bryant and Martha Ann (Nelson) Parker, was born 16 November, 1836 at Pal­myra, Marion County, Missouri. He died in September 1892 at Redlands, California; mar­ried Mary Clark of Provo, Utah, daughter of William and Mary (Doyle) Clark. They had nine children:



1. Robert Bryant Parker, born 5 Decem­ber, 1862 at Provo, Utah; died 1952 at Red­lands, California; married (first) Mary Elvira Lockwood 15 September, 1899 in San Berna­dino,… Continue

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At 9:16pm on July 4, 2013, Shari Parker Harris said…
Linda, thanks, Lori has gotten in touch with both my brother and me. She is the great grand daughter of my fathers Aunt Susie. I appreciate you thinking of me. I haven't had much time to research much, I'm not sure how good I do when I am looking, just more confused. Thanks again. Shari
At 12:43pm on September 15, 2011, Shari Parker Harris said…
Thanks, I read a post by Vi, but couldn't find it again. She said that Exile dies in Three Forks, but we haven't been able to find, maybe now that I have hwr email I'll be able to contact her . Thanks again.
At 12:15pm on September 15, 2011, Shari Parker Harris said…
Thanks for getting back. We have never known for sure who was here. We have a letter that Alma wrote to one of his brothers, asking him if he wanted to bring a herd of cattle up here, saying he had two places, and would give him one if he did, but apparently he didn't like it here, and didn't stay. Willow Creek, is actually on Gallatin Co. Alma was buried in Madison Co., and part of the Parker place was in Madison Co. Do you know what happened to any of the other siblings. Exile Liberty, is supposed to have been here, but I haven't been able to find much information.
At 12:45am on November 23, 2010, Heath Hendrickson said…
Linda,
I am a relative of Ella Ogden Parker (Her husband was the brother of my great grandfather). She is now deceased, quite a while. I am looking for information on a Parker that she mentioned in her memoirs, Huling Houston Parker. He was a friend of my mothers grandfather. Are you related to him or do you know anything about him? He was a surgeon in the Civil War. I am looking for a photo of him. Thanks in advance and sorry to bother if you are not related.
Heath Hendrickson
 
 
 

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