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My Parker Lineage: Mary Caroline Carrie Parker born 1841 NC Died 1-6-1915 in Livingston County KY...Mary's Parents were Dempsey Burgess b.10-27-1813 NC Died 12-29-1898 in Livingston County KY..Lucy Ann Martin born 1818 in Livingston Co KY Died. 12-14-1898 in Livingston County KY..Mary Caroline Carrie Parker married William Wallace WAL Hardin on 11-22-1861 in Livingston County KY.......Dempsey Burgess Parker father was Jonathan Hobson Parker and Jonathan's father was Richard Parker and Richards…

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PARKERS GEORGIA & ALABAMA

My Alabama link is Elvington H Parker, traveling to Alabama around 1850's with Henry T Phillips.  Both were born circa 1810 and traveled from Georgia along the Federal Road.  Looks like they were in Merriweather and Troup Counties for a few decades but did not survive the end of the Civil War.  I assume both are buried in Alabama somewhere.  Last located in Marengo County, Alabama in 1860.  The Parkers and Phillips appeared to travel back and forth from Georgia and Alabama for many years.…

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Growing up I was told that we were related to Bonnie Parker, so I'm trying to figure out how exactly, my great grandmother's maiden name was Ida Parker from East Texas, was also told we were related to Cynthia Parker never heard much about her though so if anyone has any information how Ida was related to either one I would really appreciate it. Thanks, Kim
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seeking info/family links for Lilla Parker Flanagan- my grandmother -

Her Father - Jefferson Davis Parker b1852 Scott MIssissippi/d1910-Texas  This Jefferson Davis Parker was married twice - 1st marriage was to Ida Ryan Leflar-d1891 Johnson County Tx.  JD Parker then married Margaret Ruby Thompson who is the mother of Lilla (on some census records - she is listed as Silla)

  her grandfather was Michael King Parker b1792 North Carolina/d1861-Mississippi

      her…

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john Parker Washington County, Tennessee

I am looking for any line of these Parkers in Jonesborough, tenn.  Also, surrounding areas, Washington, Sullivan, Greene Counties. John Parker Sr. married margaret Cashedy in 1794., John Parker, Jr. (J.T. Parker) married Rispah Tilson in 1843, (j.t. parker was dead by 1850).  Anyone with this line of parkers?

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Elizabeth A Parker commented on Kathryn Yow whaley's blog post PARKERS GEORGIA & ALABAMA
"Kathryn,

Hello, Elvington H Parker is my 3rd great grandfather. Marengo Co., is also that last known place I have for him as well. I have not found a death confirmation of any kind as well. Which one of the children of Elvington and Thomaston do y…"
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Kathryn Yow whaley posted a blog post
My Alabama link is Elvington H Parker, traveling to Alabama around 1850's with Henry T Phillips.  Both were born circa 1810 and traveled from Georgia along the Federal Road.  Looks like they were in Merriweather and Troup Counties for a few decades…
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Wayne N. Parker left a comment for Heather Faulkner Villareal
"Hello Heather Faulkner Villareal,
Welcome to Parker Heritage.
Your Parker family is part of Parker y-DNA Project as Family Group #7 (FG#7).
I am also a member of this Parker family. This is a link to my research, if you click on any word highlighted…"
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Jean Law left a comment for Jean Law
"Thank you Steven Charles Kratz for the great info on the Parkers. I have been getting many 'hits' from DNA cousins on Parkers. John Parker,Sr and Indian Sallie as she was called were not married. Sallie refused to speak English according to my grand…"
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Steven Charles Kratz commented on Jean Law's blog post Who was the father of Peyton aka Paton Parker?
"Some more information. 1830 Census for Peyton PARKER, Duprees, Talbot Co, GA, page 340. 3 males under 5 and male 20-30 and female 20-30. Probably Payton PARKER who is the father of Payton PARKER and Aaron Franklin PARKER, and Marion PARKER. Cl…"
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Steven Charles Kratz commented on Jean Law's blog post Who was the father of Peyton aka Paton Parker?
"Looked at the 1870 Census and Sally age 23 is listed as black. Nancy PARKER age 5 listed as Mulatto. Henry PARKER age 3 listed as Mulatto. You wrote Payton married an Indian woman. Also went to the 1850 Census looking for Aaron F PARKER as a 20…"
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Darrell Parker left a comment for Julie Curtis
"Julie, as you can see I am Darrell Parker, of Oregon.  My Parker's came to America around 1600, we are not sure of the date, some suggest prior to 1600? My line comes from Edward John Parker & Elizabeth Wood Potter Parker. Married 01 Jul 1646, New H…"
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