Is it possible to find out who P309 in the Parker Y-DNA project is? I am assuming this is a person? He was added to Family Group #17 and his oldest ancestor is Nicholas Parker 1755. I know this is a long shot but I am trying to get passed Nicholas. I am sure there are privacy issues. Just wondering.Read more…
Hello, so excited to find this site. The searching for Mary Parker's information prompted me to search and find this site. Hoping to fill in the blanks to see where Mary Parker came from. Below is my Parker family tree: The research is being maintained via Ancestry.com. Additional information obtained from the Raney Collection, Virginia Room, Roanoke City Public Library pertaining to Bedford County, Virginia. The dates etc obtained per the Raney Collection is being verified via Ancestry.…Read more…
So far I seem to have found numerous Parker families in GA but none of them are related to John F. Parker. That is, the John Franklin Parker who married Mary Jane Savage (1860-1960) in Dec. 1879 in Okeechobee, FL or it may have been Brevard County, FL. Those two are my g-great grandparents. Their daughter was Drusilla Parker born Oct. 1880. Later came Lewis, John, and Barney. Drusilla was my great grandmother. With some of those details I'm looking for the mother and father of John Franklin…Read more…
I want to thank Peter Beadle (FG#7 researcher for P402) for putting together this as he has done a better job than I. He also has done a great job with plotting the land on maps. They won't show up in this post due to the fact that this board will only support words. If any one want to see the maps just send e-mail me. firstname.lastname@example.org Wayne N. Parker researcher for P239 of FG#7 Parker Land Transactions in Nansemond WILLIAM PARKER, 350 acs. Warrisquicke Co., last day of May 1636, p.362.…Read more…
Hello all! I am new to this group. I have graced my heritage to Jesse Parker who was a well known figure in Texas. I think his parents are Robert Parker and Priscilla Riddick but have no documentation to verify this. Can anyone help me? Also I have sent dna samples to ancestry.com but I don't think that that's the same kind of Dna shared on this site.Read more…
Quanah Parker Family History268 Members
Tennessee Parkers173 Members
Cherokee Parkers157 Members
Northeast/East Texas Parkers128 Members
Parker Family Heritage105 Members
Parker Family #786 Members
Chowan, Perquimans, Northampton, Anson Counties, North Carolina Parkers78 Members
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Welcome to Parker Heritage founded in 2001 and is the study of Parker lines from around the world and we welcome your input.
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Michael R. Parker, OD
Fort Payne, Alabama
I enjoying reading your posts because it shows how great research is done, It pays to be a skeptical genealogy researcher. Too many researchers take "known facts" at face value and miss the opportunity to find new facts.
In regards to "P171 matches P148 on 36 of 37 markers. His oldest ancestor is Thomas D. PARKER, born about 1799 in VA or PA (both listed in censuses). Thomas married Elizabeth ACREE, and died after 1860, probably in Calloway County, Kentucky.…"
I am still new to this but any and all info you could send would be much appreciated. My email is email@example.com. My mother Elizabeth Parker as well as my father until he passed has helped run our reunion for yea…"
Welcome to PH. We are kin and I have information in my working file on your family.
Your Parker family is part of the Parker y-DNA Project as Family Group # 7 (FG#7)
See an out-line of your direct Parker line below.
NOTE: Quanah Parke…"