Hi my name is Elizabeth, I am looking for information on a Dealie Parker I know she had a brother Robert L Parker. She was born on Oct. 12, 1890 or 91. I know Robert was born in 1898, they were both born in Arkansas. Ever since I was young I was told that I am the ggggranddaughter of Quanah Parker.
I know that Dealie lived in Bonita Springs Florida in the 1920's and was married to John W. Hill. Dealie also inheritted some land in California from her Uncle John, which she signed off on… Continue
Added by Elizabeth Rojas on August 25, 2010 at 2:15pm —
I am trying to verify Hezekiah V. Parker's father. Ancestry.com records show him to be Phillip Parker 1759-1829 son of Nathaniel Parker 1730-1803. I have not found actual proof. Family history shows that we are distant cousins of Cynthia Ann Parker/Quanah Parker and I think it is through Nathaniel Parker's line. Does anyone know who the actual father of Hezekiah V. PArker is? Thank you for your help.
Added by Donna Kay Belknap on August 20, 2010 at 3:00pm —
I saw the name "Diana Sprague Parker...". My uncle was named "Sprague Parker". Spaulding is also a family name along with Elbridge and Sprague.
Added by William W. Kaumann on August 15, 2010 at 1:36pm —
I am looking or ancestry of my mother's family, whose name was "Parker". Her grandfather was William Elbridge Parker, originally of New York and soldier in the Union Army. He immigrated to Michigan and then to Seattle. Family names connected to him are Elbridge, Ocobock, and Sprague. I was told that there are signers of the Declaration of Independence and Mayflower immigrants, but have no further information. Any help you can give me would be appreciated.
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Added by William W. Kaumann on August 15, 2010 at 1:33pm —
Joe Bailey was my mother's first cousin. My mother was Wanda Woodard (married Oscar Broughton) and her mother was Laura Parker Woodard.
I'm currently trying to find who my grandmother's parents were. Cynthia Ann Parker was always referred to as a great great (multiple times) aunt but may have been a cousin.
Added by Diann Broughton Hoops on August 11, 2010 at 8:39pm —
Looking for any relatives of the following line:
Josephine Cordelia Parker (B: 20 Oct 1883, D: 14 Feb 1930), Jessie Montgomery Parker (B: 29 Nov 1858, D: 15 June 1912), Thomas Sherwooc Parker Sr (B: 1828, D: 1865), Philemon Parker (B: 1793, D: Unknown), Daniel Parker (B: 6 April 1781, D: 14 Aug 1845), John Parker (B:6 Sept 1758, D: 19 May 1836). Looking for any relatives of and possible historical stories "family tails". Look forward to hearing from any.
Added by Scott Logan Mikeska on August 10, 2010 at 2:04am —
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
Added by Karen Monsen on August 9, 2010 at 11:40pm —
Trying to find info on Elas Parker. He is my great great grandfather. His son was Hardy Parker my great grand father. I have researched and cant get any info on Elas Clint Parker. All I know is his wife was Rhoda Lovette. If anyone could help out I would greatly appreciate it.
Added by wendy parker seal on August 5, 2010 at 7:04am —
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.…
Added by Karen Monsen on August 3, 2010 at 11:42pm —