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Information on Parker DNA FG#7 in England

OK it is that time again for this researcher to go out on a limb! Today September 20, 2022, I am posting what I believe to be the family of FG#7 in England. I want to ask that all the researchers that use this information to be sure to include the names of Andrew Wells, John Lunch and Wayne N. Parker as the researcher of William Parker born about 1604 in Barley, Hertfordshire, England died about 1654 in Nansemond County, VA. I have had this information in my computer as a separate files for…

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7 Replies · Reply by Michael R. Parker, O.D. Sep 23

David B Parker son of Moses Parker FG#7, Bibb County, Alabama 1850 Census, other FG#7

P412 David B Parker born 1836, father Moses Parker, Bibb County, Alabama 1850 Census.  P35 Mills Parker born 1762, Isaac Parker born 1765.   P11 Benjamin Parker 1770s,  P120 Jesse Parker 1770s, P183 Isaac Parker born 1794.  Some people think William Parker father of Isaac Parker born 1794.  There may be a very close connection between all of these Parkers mentioned above.P83 John Willie Parker born 1861.  P91 Elisha Parker born 1785-1787.  P92 Richard Parker born 1794-1796.  P106 John Wesley…

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Checking/Clarifying Existing Family Tree for Richard Parker/Elizabeth Bailey Nansemond CO., VA

Hi, I'm new here... I inherited my grandfather Judson Richard Parker's genealogy work that he constructed before he died in June 1980, and I am trying to confirm lineage, as well as reconstruct the entire body of work for accuracy... he did each family member for his and my grandmother's ancestry as far back as he could go, so it's a huge undertaking. His work was done pre readily available DNA testing, and I have just sent off for my first DNA test, so I do not have results yet.I am finding…

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Ottoway Parker

HiI believe I've been here years ago. I'm seeking Parker's from Virginia.Ottoway Parker was my great grandfather. Raymond Benjamin was my grandfather & his son Ray JR is my dad.We have no info on the ParkersthxKarenkmgmmg@gmail.com

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Parker’s of Accomack


I am reposting this here as I see it has the most recent entries. 

Hi all, I’m not sure where to get started. I am the granddaughter of Marguerite Virginia Parker (married Franklyn E Dailey Jr). I have traced my ancestors as following:

George Parker (born 1520)
John Parker
John Parker Jr.
John Parker III
William H Parker
Michael Parker
Joseph Crockett Parker
Joseph Ambrose Vincent Parker
Ambrose Dominic Parker
Daughter…

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FG#7

Christianna Mills Saecker (Me)

Penny Louise Howell (Mother)

Joseph Jarvis Howell (Grandfather) 1929-2001, Suffolk, VA

Sallie Maie Parker (Great Grandmother) 1902-1987, Born in Gates County, NC. Died in Suffolk, VA

Lillie Mae Harrell (2G GM) 1882-1973 Gates County, NC

Richard Bruce Harrell (3G GF) 1852-1929 Gates County, NC

Noah Blount Harrell (4G GF) 1823-1890 Gates County, NC

William Henry Harrell Jr. (5G GF) 1806-1886…

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My wife and I own a house and farm on an old section of the Staunton River now Leesville Resovoir in Pittsville, Pittsylvania County Virginia. I have been doing research on the age of our home and history of the property. I have found paperwork a map left by the previous owners The Johnson family that identifies the house as the Old Parker Place. The Johnsons owned the neighboring property and small cabin next door for many years and are listed as having worked with or for the Parkers on…

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Hello all! Could anyone help with information about early Parker immigrants found in Middlesex, Massachusetts?

I have found a group of DNA matches to my dad's sample over on Ancestry that have all listed the common ancestor John Parker (1591-1622 in Middlesex, Massachusetts) with wife Joanne Drake (1590-1624 in Hartford, Connecticut). This family is found in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at one point… and spreads out to other locations from there. These DNA matches are unique…

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yesterday
Steven Charles Kratz replied to Steven Charles Kratz's discussion David B Parker son of Moses Parker FG#7, Bibb County, Alabama 1850 Census, other FG#7
"Mathew Parker family in Dekalb County, Alabama. Daniel Parker in Georgia 1870 Census with wife and daughter Josephine Parker. Very sorry for your loss of your wife mother. Also about your wife in ER. I truly hope all is well as much as it may…"
Saturday
B. B. Kohl updated their profile photo
Saturday
Michael R. Parker, O.D. replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion Information on Parker DNA FG#7 in England
"Wow, this data is great! Thanks for adding it to PH, and the Parker Family #7! Mike"
Sep 23
Wayne N. Parker replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion Information on Parker DNA FG#7 in England
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Sep 20
Wayne N. Parker replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion Information on Parker DNA FG#7 in England
"More About WILLIAM PARKER:
Christening: February 16, 1604/05, Barley, Hertfordshire, England
DNA: Parker Family Tree DNA https://www.familytreedna.com/public/parker?iframe=yresults
Fact: February 07, 1624/25, He was 20 years old when he was listed…"
Sep 20
Wayne N. Parker replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion Information on Parker DNA FG#7 in England
"http://gates.lostsoulsgenealogy.com/
Gates was formed in 1779 from Chowan, Hertford, and Perquimans counties. It was named in honor of General Horatio Gates, who commanded American Army at the Battle of Saratoga. It is in the northeastern section of…"
Sep 20
Wayne N. Parker replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion Information on Parker DNA FG#7 in England
"WILLIAM JULIAN, 150 acres, p. 32, Sept. 20, 1624. Yeoman & ancient planter, of Kiccoughtan, Eliz. City. His first divident, adj. John Bush. For his own personal right and trans, out of England of Nicholas Abbott who came in the William & Thomas in…"
Sep 20
Wayne N. Parker replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion Information on Parker DNA FG#7 in England
"Generation No. 4

6. WILLIAM4 PARKER (WILLIAM3, THOMAS2, PARKER1)1 was born Abt. 1604 in Barley, Hertfordshire, England, and died 1654 in Nansemond Co., VA. He married ? Abt. 1625 in VA.

Notes for WILLIAM PARKER:
Based on the research of Andrew…"
Sep 20
Wayne N. Parker replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion Information on Parker DNA FG#7 in England
"Generation No. 3

4. WILLIAM3 PARKER (THOMAS2, PARKER1) was born Abt. 1572 in Barley, Hertfordshire, England.

Notes for WILLIAM PARKER:



https://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/parker/26220/


E-mail from Andrew Wells
Attached is an…"
Sep 20
Wayne N. Parker posted a discussion
OK it is that time again for this researcher to go out on a limb! Today September 20, 2022, I am posting what I believe to be the family of FG#7 in England. I want to ask that all the researchers that use this information to be sure to include the…
Sep 20
Hugh Glade Parker commented on carlisa hoover's blog post PARKER FAMILY LINE
"Abraham Parker-Mary Parker married to James Parker 1652-1694-Samuel Parker 1682-1775-James Parker 1708-1781-Elizah Parker 1730-?-Stiles
Parker 1765-1847-Lewis Parker 1798-1863-Lewis L. Parker 1838-1906-John L. Parker 1865-1927-John E. Parker…"
Sep 19
Elizabeth A Thomas replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion How many things can go wrong????
"Wayne,

Glad to see you on here. I hope the prayers being sent have worked out some of the issues listed above.
Well that stinks that you can no longer update roots web, after putting all your information in there!
I know exactly what your talking…"
Sep 19
Robert R Parker and Hugh Glade Parker joined Parker Heritage
Sep 19
Wayne N. Parker replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion How many things can go wrong????
"Liz,
Roots web will no longer let you update your file and since my file needed updating to correct some mistakes that I had in my file, I took it down. I tried uploading my file to others websites but found that other researchers were able to…"
Sep 19
Steven Charles Kratz replied to Steven Charles Kratz's discussion David B Parker son of Moses Parker FG#7, Bibb County, Alabama 1850 Census, other FG#7
"Yes, but if you feel you should wait until another time please do it at another time. My phone number is 805-335-0603. I believe in eternal families"
Sep 19
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