As a genealogy researcher who now uses y-DNA results as a integral part of my family research almost ever day. I am now getting this question ask of me “I now have the results of my y-DNA test what do I do now?” I am going to try to give a very simple explanation of a complex subject by using the example of three different jigsaw puzzle that been mixed together. Let's say one person like to put together jigsaw puzzles made up of more 1,000 pieces (all the different Parker families)…Read more…
Bunyan Parker of Indiana (and Ohio, and New Jersey) Hello and good to meet all of you. I am stuck and I am hoping you can help me out. I am trying to find the parents and siblings of Bunyan Parker. My GGG is Bunyan Parker, born Feb 21, 1776 in New Jersey according to Census Records. I have not been able to locate a birth certificate or any other confirmation otherwise. He died 22 OCT 1875 • Rensselaer, Jasper, Indiana, USA I was told by a cousin that he died in a farming accident where his…Read more…
Married 27 April 1839, Cumberland County, NC. www.geni.com/people, father of Robert PARKER is Cader or Kader PARKER. 1840 Census Robert PARKER and Cader PARKER on the same page. Other PARKER listed on the 1840 Census are Bryant PARKER, James PARKER, Joseph PARKER. 1850 Census for Cader PARKER or Kader PARKER born 1772. Living with another Cader PARKER. There is also information for his wife Ann Maria BYRD. 1870 Census for Robert PARKER and wife Ann Maria BYRD, Mitty or Milly age 23, …Read more…
I am looking for any information on a Hulda Parker born in 1791 in Burnsville, Anson County N.C that married Benjamin Allen. She left N.C. around 1839 to Enoch, Alabama. Two of their children and their families moved with them (Richmond & Wiley Allen). Richmond married a Sarah Allen and moved his family to Cromwell and started a small general merchandising store. Wiley married Elvira Tims and moved to Cyril, Alabama in Choctaw County. I am kin to Hulda and looking for information about her…Read more…
My Parkers moved from Tennessee to Marion County, Arkansas. My great-great grandfather's name was Jeremiah Sylvanis Parker (born 1854). His mother's name was Sarah (last name unknown) and she was born in South Carolina around 1815. His father's first name is unknown, but he was born in Tennessee around 1810. They had at least three sons - David C. Parker (born 1844 in TN), William G. Parker (born 1849 in Arkansas), and Jeremiah Sylvanis Parker. Not sure where and when my great-great-great…Read more…
Hello Parkers, I am researching Thomas Parker (1735-1790?) of Fauquier County Virginia who was married to Catherine (either Chapman or Martin) children, Joseph, Martin, Thomas, John Mary, Sarah, Lucinda, Evy, Mildred. Migration to Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, some onto Ray County Missouri, some to Ohio, Illinois, anyone else from this Parker line?
Jesse Parker and Coshea Parker are listed on Cherokee CountyTexas Census /1850, also in Coshea' s will 1859 leaves headriight lands to her children. I have been unable to find Daniel Reynolds headright, but I do see that Daniel Parker obtained headright lands two and one half miles SE of Elkhart, Anderson, County Texas. Has anyone been able to connect these two Parker families?
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