Thomas Hintz replied to James David Parker's discussion 1600s New Haven Colony
"My recollection is that Robert Parker was the PG5 connection to New Haven."
Jan 23
Thomas Hintz replied to James David Parker's discussion 1600s New Haven Colony
"I'll need to ask James David Parker. I spoke with him last week and he told me he had engaged a professional researcher to move things along a little bit. He reiterated that there are PG5 in Connecticut but I'm not clear on which families.

I…"
Jan 23
linda parker replied to James David Parker's discussion 1600s New Haven Colony
"Ok. Found it: “ PARKER Family Group 29

P162 and P269 had their Y-DNA test at different laboratories, giving us 31 markers for comparison. They match on 29 of 31 markers, giving us confidence that they descend from the same PARKER ancestor, and…"
Jan 23
linda parker replied to James David Parker's discussion 1600s New Haven Colony
"I have researched some of the New Haven Colony Parkers whose descendants settled in Ohio. This group traces to John Parker 1648 New Haven to 1711. M to Hannah BASSETT). Eliphalet Parker (1685-1755). His son John Benjamin Parker married Caroline…"
Jan 23
Thomas Hintz replied to James David Parker's discussion 1600s New Haven Colony
"Then Captain Jonathan Parker is likely #5, and it is plausible that Nehemiah was also the father of James."
Nov 9, 2021
James David Parker replied to James David Parker's discussion 1600s New Haven Colony
"According to old Parker yDNA Family Group FIVE genetics, Stacy and Elder John match descendants of Parkers of early Scituate and by 1639 Barnstable,MA. \"
Nov 8, 2021
Thomas Hintz replied to James David Parker's discussion 1600s New Haven Colony
"This is the quote I'm asking about:

Query: Abraham Parker and Capt. James Parker
James David Parker January 22, 2014 at 11:54am
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Crawford James is group 5 with Elder John genetic match Robert Parker of 1630s Barnstable, MA"
Nov 8, 2021
Thomas Hintz replied to James David Parker's discussion 1600s New Haven Colony
"Stacy read through the Rhoads history, causing us to dig background on what F. Brownlee had to say on the subject. The Rhoads are in-laws to us, but the letters at the back of her booklet are priceless anyway. What I've really been searching for…"
Nov 8, 2021
James David Parker posted a discussion
Which family group claims them?I am yDNA PG5. Recent additional autosomal dna test link me to Parker associated families of early 1600s New Haven Colony.1James Parker b.1697 m.Trowbridge(Beardsley), son 2James b.1729 m.Gillett(Bryan), their son…
Oct 13, 2021
James David Parker commented on Boyd E Parker's blog post Looking for Parker's
"Question to all: Can Ancestry DNA be cross matched with known Parker yDNA research i.e. specific measurements of each DYS marker data? That's how I found the YORK family -Joshua b.Jan 1756. But I used similar data sets.
Question to Boyd: Do you have…"
Dec 1, 2019
James David Parker and Linda Parker are now friends
Jul 22, 2019
James David Parker replied to Wayne N. Parker's discussion Parker DNA Project request.
"Wayne, I've changed my admin settings and updated maternal name from "Walls" to "Lemmons." I have older direct line info from my mother's side, but not direct mother to mother but highly suspect "Smith" m.Lemmons. In my pea brain of thinking, if I'm…"
Mar 10, 2019
James David Parker updated their profile
Feb 27, 2019
James David Parker commented on Shirley Parker-Allison's blog post Nova Scotia Parkers
"Beverly, do you have siblings for your Daniel b.1757 OR other family names? There are several Parker "walls" from that time period. Many unproven sources state my James b.1752 CT. But I have doubts as he served during Revolution and m.Doty from NJ."
Feb 19, 2019
James David Parker updated their profile
Oct 12, 2018
James David Parker commented on Shirley Parker-Allison's blog post Nova Scotia Parkers
"Shirley, several Loyalist Parker families left NJ for Canada after the Revolution. Do you have more information i.e. birth dates of 1700s Parker ancestors?"
Sep 26, 2018
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