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Descendant of Thomas and Charlotte Parker

They may have been born in Tennessee around the 1770s.  But what I'm trying, for the third time to do, is get some info through the filters.  If you want to get a DNA test done, the Family Tree…Continue

Started Dec 24, 2011

Connection between Parker and Park, Parke, Parks families
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Hello, Parkers!  This post applies most specifically to the group "North Alabama Parker's", but there isn't much action there, and I thought it might be of more general interest.  (BTW, some of us…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by carl wayne williams Mar 27, 2011.

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Houston Richardson and Ronald Parker are now friends
Oct 25, 2013
Ronald Parker replied to Houston Richardson 's discussion Parker's
"It's not clear to me from your posts, but if these are your ancestors, then we are cousins through the DNA, but through no known genealogy, so far.  Do you know that this puts you in Family Group #26 at FTDNA?  We don't know any…"
Oct 25, 2013
Ronald Parker left a comment for Michael R. Parker
"The regular PH site doesn't work for me.  This site (with the "ning") obviously does work."
Jun 20, 2013
Steve Nicholson left a comment for Ronald Parker
"My 2nd Great Grandfather William D Parker.  This was in "Friends of the Labourer" from Hillsboro Ala, July 11th 1878. He indeed was gored by a bull. He was castrating the bull for plowing.  We have just learned…"
Mar 25, 2013
Steve Nicholson left a comment for Ronald Parker
"This was from the Moulton Advertiser newspaper.  Shows Polly's folks names. Departed this life, April 23rd, 1878, Mr. J.T. PARKER aged 71 years 3 months and 8 days. In the year 1838 he was married to Polly C. NEELEY daughter of John W.…"
Mar 25, 2013
Ronald Parker commented on Sandra Parker Brown's blog post David Rumsey Map Collection
"These maps are an invaluable resource!  Thank you for the post."
Feb 1, 2013
Ronald Parker replied to John David Parker jr.'s discussion Parker history?
"Get a Y-DNA test.  Mine revealed some very interesting information about my Parkers. I got both my parents to get an autosomal DNA test ("Family Finder" in the parlance of Family Tree DNA).  These tests have introduced us to a…"
Jan 31, 2013
Ronald Parker left a comment for Steve Nicholson
"Steve, Thanks for the great picture of William Campbell Parker and his family!"
Jan 31, 2013
Ronald Parker and George Thomas Parker are now friends
Jan 31, 2013
Steve Nicholson left a comment for Ronald Parker
"Ron, I have a pic in my photos of my 2nd Great Grandfather William Campbell Parker. He was Lewis Parker's grandson and son of Henry Campbell Parker. I saw your post on Campbell Parker."
Jan 31, 2013
Ronald Parker replied to Christian A. Parker's discussion Parker Family... in the group North Alabama Parker's
"Your family doesn't appear to be related to the Parkers of Parker's Cove.  If the people of Family Group #38 of the Parker Family DNA Project are correct in their statement of descent from John Parker and Rachel Sessums, the the DNA…"
Dec 5, 2012
Ronald Parker commented on Christian A. Parker's group North Alabama Parker's
"William, Lewis, John, and Rhoda had a brother named Campbell.  In the August 2012 issue of "Old Lawrence Reminiscences" there is an article by Yolanda Morgan Smith, a descendant of Lewis Parker, entitled "The Lewis & Polly…"
Nov 25, 2012
Ronald Parker replied to Ruth Alene Bozeman Cook's discussion Just sent my DNA off with Ancestry.com got 6 to 8 weeks to wait
"Patricia, Also, Gedmatch.com does not state a privacy policy. Ronald Parker P192. FG#26 Parker Family DNA Project"
Aug 23, 2012
Ronald Parker replied to Ruth Alene Bozeman Cook's discussion Just sent my DNA off with Ancestry.com got 6 to 8 weeks to wait
"Yes, if any of your gg-grandmother's cousins' descendants are in the database! In the Y-DNA Parker project (and the Park/e/s project), I've found 2 "Parker" cousins and 2 "Park" cousins.  We haven't…"
Jul 2, 2012
Ronald Parker replied to Ruth Alene Bozeman Cook's discussion Just sent my DNA off with Ancestry.com got 6 to 8 weeks to wait
"If you took the new AncestryDNA test, it is an autosomal DNA test, and will not match FTDNA's Parker Family DNA Project results.  It might be compared to results from FTDNA's "Family Finder" test, if they test the same…"
Jul 2, 2012
Ronald Parker replied to Kay Judd's discussion 1840 Lawrence, ALA Parkers in the group North Alabama Parker's
"I have wondered if William C. Parker of Lawrence Co., 1840 might be a son of Sampson and Charita Parker (of Cumberland Co., KY, Madison Co., AL, Morgan Co., AL, and possibly Lawrence Co., AL).  They had at least 4 sons, probably more, and…"
Jul 2, 2012

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At 12:37am on March 25, 2013, Steve Nicholson said…

My 2nd Great Grandfather William D Parker.  This was in "Friends of the Labourer" from Hillsboro Ala, July 11th 1878. He indeed was gored by a bull. He was castrating the bull for plowing. 

We have just learned the death of our old friend, William
PARKER who was killed by the gore of an ox, one day last week
near Moulton.

At 12:28am on March 25, 2013, Steve Nicholson said…

This was from the Moulton Advertiser newspaper.  Shows Polly's folks names.

Departed this life, April 23rd, 1878, Mr. J.T. PARKER aged 71
years 3 months and 8 days. In the year 1838 he was married to
Polly C. NEELEY daughter of John W. and Sallie NEELEY, then
residing in Limestone county, Alabama, with whom he lived
near 50 years and raised a family of 12 children.

At 4:10am on January 31, 2013, Steve Nicholson said…

Ron, I have a pic in my photos of my 2nd Great Grandfather William Campbell Parker. He was Lewis Parker's grandson and son of Henry Campbell Parker. I saw your post on Campbell Parker.

At 5:59pm on May 8, 2012, Phylena Parker said…

Recently, you said you had contacts with some of the family of Hezekiah Parker. Was this Hez. Vickers Parker? Or his son? Can you share any other info concerning this line? Such as a name and their location? I would greatly appreciate it.

At 9:36am on October 1, 2011, Michael Anthony Parker said…
I'm a Descendant of John T. Parker,Louis C. Parker, Andrew Jackson Parker, Arlie Jackson Parker, Melvin Hutson Parker Sr.
At 7:37pm on July 5, 2010, George Thomas Parker said…
Ronald,
What is up with Raymond Bass. I just received his last comment and apparently he has left Parker Heritage.
He now does not have a page. When you have atime take a look at his on-going comments. I don't know what to think.
 
 
 

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