Please use the following website to make use of valuable maps. These maps will show you when the county boundaries and names changed, ect. Have fun!
Added by Kathy Jo Bryant on February 24, 2008 at 9:47pm —
I have been searching for the immigrant or immigrants for Parker family group #1. We now have 14 matches, with one over in Kirby Hill (or Kirby on the Moor), North Yorkshire, England. I have thought it might be from Browsholme Hall Parkers. In our traditional info, the "Macclesfield" Parkers are given as the immigrants. Using new info, I have disproven that Thomas Parker, considered the immigrant for the "Macclesfield " Parkers was NOT the father for the second Thomas Parker, considered to be… Continue
Added by Kathy Jo Bryant on February 24, 2008 at 8:00pm —
This is a link to view the biography of Lemuel Parker, Jr. He was an older brother of my great grandfather, Joseph Parker, of Ozark, Dale Co., AL.
Added by Kathy Jo Bryant on February 24, 2008 at 7:30pm —
Attention, all Parker researchers!
Please check this website out. If you do not have your Parker family group represented on this list, please get busy! Dennis West has helped multiple persons get tested. He is very helpful, and can answer any of your questions on Y-DNA testing, and how it can help in your research. He has bent over backwards to help me on multiple Parker lines. I am a cousin of P37, in Parker Family Group… Continue
Added by Kathy Jo Bryant on February 23, 2008 at 7:30pm —
I am interested in having a way to compare our Parker migration routes. We might find our Parkers cross paths, making it more likely we could be related. You also need to consider the changing county borders, ect. This is how mine goes:
Amos Parker (Wife, Mary Farlee), is first found in Chowan Co., NC, to Perquimans Co., NC, to Northampton Co., NC. Died in there in 1800.
Saul, (Wife Charity Jenkins), his son found in Perquimans Co., NC to Northampton Co., NC. He died there in… Continue
Added by Kathy Jo Bryant on February 23, 2008 at 1:00pm —
Farlee.................Chowan Perquimans Co., NC
Jenkins...............Northampton Co., NC
Andrews............Fairfax co., VA, Roanoke River, VA
Carpenter...........Anson Co., NC
McDonald..........Talbot & Lowndes Counties., GA, Henry, & Dale Counties., AL
Added by Kathy Jo Bryant on February 23, 2008 at 12:00pm —
Berry, Mitchell, Carson, Bates,Crow, King, Gary, Coward, Cowart, Robinette, Clements, Burk, Jones, Welch, many women with no last names.....
Added by Susan L Smith on February 20, 2008 at 12:30pm —
we have finally broke daown that wall on the maternal side of my grandpa parker. All we had was a name partial date and an old pic from the civil war times of a wells family. I know I have been blessed for I had just helped someone else on here to get started in her research (and i will continue to help) and a good deed came back around on me. Two nights ago on a whim contacted the man that has the houston county genweb site asking for an email of the person who gave him the wells family info… Continue
Added by Jevette Burciaga on February 19, 2008 at 3:14pm —
Greetings from the rabbit hole.
I have this idea/obsession
. Joseph Joshua/Joshua Joseph had and raised more than a few children with his first wife, Elizabeth Carson, my equally mysterious GGG Grandmother.
My GG Grandfather, A H, A Hulsey, Aubrey Hulsey Parker was one of their kids .
I have been researching this name through time and geographical and virtual space in it's many variations. I really think this could be a great clue to solving our ancestral… Continue
Added by Susan L Smith on February 19, 2008 at 12:48am —
Our oldest Parker ancestor, my GGG Grandfather, is usually known as Joseph Joshua, supposedly born in Kentucky in 1798, died in Bell County, Texas, in 1873. However, sometimes he is listed as Joshua Joseph. There is a reference, too, every once and awhile as his name being Josia.
By several accounts, one being made and documented by a now deceased Uncle that I knew and loved, JJ Parker's birth is documented in an ancient Parker Bible that is locked up in Baylor University; I have a cousin… Continue
Added by Susan L Smith on February 18, 2008 at 11:42pm —
i talked to my aunt last night and found tons of info on my grandpa parker. He talked about growing up alot and his dad ben. He owned a saw mill or ran it something like that and they were farmers. This was in houston county grapeland area ,crockett too of course. I also learned that My grandpa John was a Pinkerton! thats so cool! I also learned that yes he did own a lumber yard on liberty road in houston texas. When it closed he became a night guard. As I researched the Pinkerton's I found out… Continue
Added by Jevette Burciaga on February 18, 2008 at 9:40am —
so here is a list of Parkers I have and any info would be great to receive. We don't know much about my great grandfather ben but I am starting to get it little by little. The dates I have for them may be off I have two sets of dates for ben but this is the one on the birth certificate.
Ben Parker -1856 tx. or 1867 m. nancy elizabeth payne b. 1870tx. parents were jerry e payne and martha ann wells of AL to TX
I believe they were married in cherkee co. tx.… Continue
Added by Jevette Burciaga on February 16, 2008 at 9:30am —
There are several options for you:
1) Your profile is your place to highlight you, your family line, your hobbies or whatever interests you. We encourage you to customize it and add widgets, multimedia and other such interactive content to express yourself online. Establish yourself as a researcher on a particular Parker branch or setup a photo album for the public or just for friends of your recent trip. You can control who sees what.
2) Groups are a great way to organize… Continue
Added by Darryl Parker on February 16, 2008 at 8:30am —