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"Hi Mike!  I'm not sure where to start or where to post this information. My great great grandfather was Ira Parker b: 9-15-1869 in Boone Co. IA/ d: 6-22-1955 in Avoca, NE. His father was Eli Parker b: 8-6-1843 in Ohio/ d: 4-18-1911 Weeping…"
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I think Matthew Parker, b1812,SC is a brother of Daniel. Awaiting DNA results. On the Dennis West Parker Family DNA( http://web.utk.edu/~corn/parkerdna/default.html ) site I belong to Parker Family #7 as subject P185.

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Parker Family DNA Project

This project of Dennis West at UTenn has now identified 32 distinct Parker Families through yDNA analysis. More that 100 samples have yet to find a match. My family is #7. Who else is in this project?

Posted on February 13, 2010 at 5:35pm — 8 Comments

Daniel Parker, b. c1822 in South Carolina.

Daniel Parker 1822 is first found in the 1840 Census in Gwinnett Co., GA. Three households are located close together. Mary Parker age 50-55, a female 20-25 and a male 10-15 make up one. Daniel 1822 and a female are both age 25-30. The third is headed by Matthew Parker, 25-30, female 30-35, a male and female age 0-5.



In the 1845 Georgia census all three households are in Forsyth County.



The 1850 Census shows Daniel in Forsyth Co., GA a 28yo shoemaker born in South… Continue

Posted on March 15, 2008 at 9:38am — 1 Comment

Daniel disappears.... Cicero to DeKalb Co., AL

The 1870 Census finds Daniel Parker 1822 in Resaca, Gordon Co., Georgia. He works in a shoe shop. Wife, Mary and daughter, Josephine, age 16 live with him. I have found no trace of Daniel, Mary or Josephine after this census. A hopeful clue reads"A Josephine Parker, daug of Dan and Mary Parker, of Jackson Co., AL, married Tom Keef and lived her life near Shiloh Church, DeKalb Co., Alabama. The 1920 Census, Lebanon, DeKalb Co., AL, shows this Josephine to be 67 and born in AL. In the 1930… Continue

Posted on March 1, 2008 at 8:00pm

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At 8:06pm on April 16, 2014, Angie Smith said…

Hi Mike!  I'm not sure where to start or where to post this information. My great great grandfather was Ira Parker b: 9-15-1869 in Boone Co. IA/ d: 6-22-1955 in Avoca, NE.

His father was Eli Parker b: 8-6-1843 in Ohio/ d: 4-18-1911 Weeping Water, NE.  His father was Harrison Parker b: 3-22-1813 (I believe in Mentor OH). Here's were I'm having trouble. From what I have read on other family trees, Harrison's father was Clark Parker b: 7-8-1781 in Shaftsbury, VT. The thing is, I haven't seen any real "proof". Clark's obituary doesn't list his children's names. Any help would be appreciated!

thanks,

Angie Smith

At 2:37am on April 14, 2014, John Ray Johnson said…

Excuse my ignorance, this was my 1st time on the Parker website  and I was looking at George Lofton Parker's 4 daughters and assumed that Lewis Lincoln Mcmillen was the only one that I was contacting since he had put these Pictures of the family out there. Sorry about the confusion I caused but a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing.  I'm 75 yrs and just getting my feet wet in this geneaology stuff let alone how to use this PC.  Johnny Johnson

At 10:11am on April 1, 2014, Cynthia K Osborn said…

The same one as Darrel Parker which I believe is 29?  My husband descends from Edward Parker died 1662 in Connecticut, thru his son John Parker that married Hannah Bassett. thru his son Joseph who married Sarah Curtis, thru his son Andrew who married Susannah Blakesley, thru his son Ezra Parker (Rev War) who married Elizabeth Perry, thru his son Samuel Perry Parker (cant think of his wifes name at present), thru his son Eli Parker who married Luna Shedd, thru his son Peter Parker who married Cynthia Wooley, thru his son Clarence Edgar Parker who married Mabel Clara Faucett (my husband's grandparents), thru their daugther Cecil Edna Parker who married Carl Clarence Osborn, who had my husband Alan Jay Osborn.  Hope this helps Cyndi Osborn

At 10:49pm on March 23, 2014, Bernard David Zelazny said…

Michael,

I read all of Family #5 comments, and I did not find any reference to a "G Parker" in Alabama or Mississippi who was my 3-great grandfather. Did I miss something?

Thanks, Bernie

At 9:29pm on March 17, 2014, Orville Boyd Jenkins said…

Thanks, Michael!  I am glad to be here.  Thanks for your direction to the right group.  Orville

At 10:30pm on March 11, 2014, Kathy Jo Bryant said…

Thanks, Michael! 

At 9:18pm on March 11, 2014, Kathy Jo Bryant said…

I'm in this project, Michael. My cousin is P37, in Parker Family Group #1. My most distant Parker ancestor is Amos Parker b.abt. 1720, d.1800, in Northampton Co., NC. They are also found in Chowan and Perquimans Co., NC. His wife was Mary Farlee (Farlow). d. 1812 in Northampton Co., NC. 

At 2:30pm on February 28, 2014, Michael Parker said…

so I am new to this what is FG#5

At 5:30pm on February 23, 2014, John Marion Parker Jr said…

Mike;

Thanks for the invite to the thread. Please forgive the delay, I have been a bit distracted.

 

I will put together the lineage as I have been told it and post here (somewhere?). Is there a particular procedure for starting/commenting on threads?

 

Thanks

 

John M Parker Jr

 

At 2:53pm on February 17, 2014, Beatrice Lewis said…

Thanks Michael for approving my membership! Have a great day!

 
 
 

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