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James Willie Parker

If anyone knows of a James Willie Parker from Kentucky or Texas or Ohio please let me know. He is my biological grandfather who had my dad with a woman named Lois Arnold. I'm at a complete dead end and can find no information on him at all. My dad was born in 1957 in Ohio.Also, I received an email a few months ago from someone who thinks my grandfather James Willie Parker is the same James Parker in his family. If you see this please email me again as I lost your original message.My email is…

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1 Reply · Reply by Wayne N. Parker Feb 14

Parkers from North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, then Indiana

I have started working on my side of the family tree. My grandpa was Warren Anderson Parker born Oct. 21st 1941 in Indiana. His parents were James A Parker b11-3-1914 Indiana and died 10-1978 in roachdale indiana and Dessie Warren b 5-11-1920 Indiana and died 2-5-2011.James A Parker's parents were David Anderson Parker b2-12-1882 in Granger County Tennessee and died 6-3-1964 Roachdale,IN and Ernestine Frazier b3-6-1890 Scott, Virginia and died 1956 in Roachdale, INDavid Anderson Parker's…

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1 Reply · Reply by Michael R. Parker, O.D. Feb 2

Never Hurts To Ask!

Sometime back I ask if you could find out who P309 in the DNA project was?  I figured it is private information but just thought I would ask.  A lady just came into the museum that I work at, and told me that see had seen the question on Parker Heritage and said her brother was P309.  She lives in the same county I live in.  We are planning a get together and compare research.  Can you believe that!!

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9 Replies · Reply by Wayne N. Parker Feb 10

Information about new y-DNA match to FG#7

  This is a very short sketch of information that I have on one of our newest y-DNA matches to FG#7. You can see more on my on-line file. This information is subject to change. NOTE: NEW LINK TO MY  ON-LINE File. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=parker%5F2017&id=I07487   John Parker born in NC maybe Anson Co., NC. Died in 1813 in Stewart Co., TN His wife is listed in his will as Suca, her name maybe Susannah (Henderson). John father maybe William Parker based on…

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2 Replies · Reply by Wayne N. Parker Feb 14

An open letter to all members of Parker Heritage.

  An open letter to all members of Parker Heritage. I want to encourage all of you who have not posted in a while to do so as your input is very valuable to keep Parker genealogy growing and helping to expand our collective knowledge.   OK I can hear some of you saying but I post and no one ever replies BUT how many of you ( other that a very small group of us out of 3994 members) have went out of you way lately to select an post at random and see if you can help that Parker researcher???  …

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5 Replies · Reply by Angela Parker Secrest Jan 24

Information for new members David W Parker and Bradly Dale Parker

Hello David and Bradly, Welcome to PH. From the research that I done the other day and today, it looks like your common ancestor is James Calhoun Parker b.1844 Habersham Co., GA d. 1929 Walker Co., GA. David line is from James C, Parker first wife and Bradley line is from his second wife, Please double check and let me know, David you said that you were thinking about doing the y-DNA test. I highly recommend  that you go ahead and do the test and I would encourage Bradley do the same.  Also as…

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1 Reply · Reply by David W Parker Jan 12

Hello,I am looking for any informations on a said Viola Parker who was born June 6th,1897 in Georgia although she goes by the last name Parker her parents went by as Parks in which we have found through the sound index that Parker can even be known as Parks,Parkes,Park etc in which many did the name change in order not to be found by any one else if they were in hiding her father name was Sidney Parks/Parker and her mother's name was Francis Oxford Raines with a possible name change to…

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Etta/Henretta Parker's parents

Any Help finding Etta/Henretta Parker's parents would be helpful.  I was told her mother was a full blooded Cherokee and married a Cunningham later in life, but had no children with Cunningham.  Please Help!  Below is Etta/Henretta's Life timeline.

Birth
1896 or 1984 • Huntsville, Madison, Alabama, USA


Marriage
18 Nov 1911 • Madison, Alabama, USA
Clarence Raymond Fullington (1887–1918)

Birth of Daughter Beatrice Elizabeth…

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Orange County, North Carolina Parkers

Hello,

My maiden name is Angie Parker and I'm researching my family.  

My biological father Sammy Homer Parker (1943-1981)

My grandpa Iley Herbert Parker (1901-1978) 

My great grandpa Robert Levi Parker (1865-1929)

My GGgrandpa James Parker (1825-aft 1880)

My GGGgrandpa John Parker (1790-1864)

All my uncles are deceased and none had male children so I have no male dna for my Parker line. Is anyone working on this line?

Thanks!…

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Samuel Parker 2nd Wife?

Samuel Parker Sr (1795 NC - 1865 Ark) of Parker DNA Group #7 was married at least twice.  We believe his second wife was named NANCY and she was born c. 1813 ... they had two daughters, Clementine b. 1853 in Miss. & Leander b. 1855 in Ark.  They are in the Ark census of 1860 & 1870 living in Pike Co Ark.

Today I received a message from another Ancestry.com member who wrote: "I think there is a high probability this is Samuel's 2nd wife! Found a marriage in Indiana of a…

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Ronald Astor Johnson is now a member of Your Eastern KY Parker
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amelia Underwood posted a blog post
Hello,I am looking for any informations on a said Viola Parker who was born June 6th,1897 in Georgia although she goes by the last name Parker her parents went by as Parks in which we have found through the sound index that Parker can even be known…
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amelia Underwood updated their profile
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amelia Underwood is now a member of Cherokee Parkers
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Beth Bryant is now a member of Quanah Parker Family History
Feb 15
Michael R. Parker, O.D. replied to Janet Walther's discussion John Parker
"You have a Parker cousin from your line in Ft Payne, DeKalb Co, AL, Mrs Wynona Parker Pearsall. She is a member of Parker Heritage so you can contact her. She is a fellow researcher and one of my patients. Mike, owner/ moderator Parker Family #7"
Feb 15
Wayne N. Parker replied to Janet Walther's discussion John Parker
"Hello Janet,
A Parker male from you Parker family had his y-DNA tested and he matched into FG# 7
This is a link to my on-line working file.
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=parke...


Wayne N. Parker researcher for P239 of F…"
Feb 15
Jaye Brewer commented on Jaye Brewer's blog post Etta/Henretta Parker's parents
"I found an Etta Parker in the 1900 census in Blount county Alabama, however, the brothers and sisters are not the correct names.

I was told that Etta had an older brother named Henry, another brother named jo and a sister named Emma.

I am also l…"
Feb 15
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