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 Gates County, North Carolina and Kemper County, Mississippi

Elizabeth Felton (6G GM) 1789-1839 Gates County, North Carolina

Jane Riddick (7G GM) 1767-1834 Gates County, North Carolina

Ruth Parker (8G GM) 1747-1815 Gates County, North Carolina and Nansemond County, VA

Daniel Parker (9G GF) 1700-1781 Gates County, North Carolina and Nansemond County, VA

Richard Parker III (10G GF) 1676-1751 Chowan County, North Carolina and Nansemond County, VA

Richard Parker II (11G GF) 1645-1698 Nansemond County, VA

Richard Parker I (12G GF) 1625-1681 Nansemond County, VA

William Parker (13G GF) 1604-1654 England and Nansemond County, Va

 

John G Parker

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

Texie Anna Crawford (3G GM) 1858-1940 Gates County, NC and Norfolk, VA

Elizabeth Sparkman (4G GM) 1825-1992 Gates County, NC

Nancy Parker (5G GM) 1805-1843 Gates County, NC

John G Parker (6G GF) Born?-circa 1818 Gates County, NC

 
 

Bray Parker

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

Elisha Thomas Parker (2G GF) 1879-1960 Gates County, NC

Thomas Parker (3G GF) 1846-1921 Gates County, NC

Elisha Parker (4G GF) 1809-1881 Gates County, NC

Bray Parker (5G GF) 1784-1860 North Carolina

 

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  • Hi Christianna,
    I believe that John G. Parker is somehow connective to Bray Parker family. I don't have many of Parker DNA FG#1 members in my file. I am also looking forward to seeing the Parker on your father side.
    Wayne
  • Hello Elizabeth,

    OK, I am ready to do some research. I am going to a new starting point. I want you to fill me in what you have found as I am going to not depend on the information in my file just yet. I am starting with the census information below, I am hoping you can fill me in on the children of Stephen White Parker and their birth days.. The first thing I need to know is this the right Stephen Parker?
    Bring me up to date on your research of Elvington H. Parker.

    Wayne

    Name:
    Stephen Parkes [Stephen Parker]
    Home in 1820 (City, County, State):
    Capt Greshams District, Jones, Georgia
    Enumeration Date:
    August 7, 1820
    Free White Persons - Males - Under 10:
    1
    Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44:
    2
    Free White Persons - Females - Under 10:
    4
    Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44:
    1
    Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture:
    2
    Free White Persons - Under 16:
    5
    Free White Persons - Over 25:
    3
    Total Free White Persons:
    8
    Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other:
    8
    1820 U S Census; Census Place: Capt Greshams District, Jones, Georgia; Page: 123; NARA Roll: M33_7; Image: 130




    Name:
    Stephen Parker
    Home in 1830 (City, County, State):
    Mathews, Talbot, Georgia
    Free White Persons - Males - Under 5:
    2
    Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14:
    1
    Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49:
    1
    Free White Persons - Females - Under 5:
    2
    Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9:
    1
    Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14:
    2
    Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19:
    1
    Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49:
    1
    Free White Persons - Under 20:
    9
    Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:
    2
    Total Free White Persons:
    11
    Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored):


    Year: 1830; Census Place: Mathews, Talbot, Georgia; Series: M19; Roll: 20; Page: 348; Family History Library Film: 0007040


    Name:
    Stephen Parker
    Home in 1840 (City, County, State):
    Talbot, Georgia
    Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14:
    1
    Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19:
    2
    Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29:
    1
    Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49:
    1
    Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59:
    1
    Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14:
    1
    Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19:
    1
    Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29:
    1
    Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49:
    1
    Persons Employed in Agriculture:
    8
    Free White Persons - Under 20:
    5
    Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:
    4
    Total Free White Persons:
    10
    Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves:
    10
    Year: 1840; Census Place: Talbot, Georgia; Roll: 51; Page: 235; Family History Library Film: 0007047
  • Wayne thank you so much! That looks correct to me. I’m still digging into my family history. I am going to double/ triple check on John G. I’m starting to think something might be off. Especially if he is not on your radar. I also know their are Parkers on my father’s side, but I haven’t really started down that rabbit hole. I will hopefully update everyone soon. Thank you again!
    Christianna
  • Hi Elizabeth,

    I will be touching bases will you later on with more questions and comments on your family

    Wayne


    You ask me .
    “Here’s my question to you. I’ve noticed on ancestry that there are documents showing a
    Stephen Parker who married Elizabeth Jane Ridley 20 Jun 1809.
    But I’ve also seen where’s Stephen Parker married an Elizabeth Smith also known as Betsey Smith on 18 Jan 1810. Do you think that both of these Stephen Are the same person? “
    No, The Stephen Parker who married Elizabeth "Bettie" Smith parents were Lewis Parker, Sr. (born Bet. 1745 – 1750 died December 14, 1824 in Hancock Co., GA) and Sarah Hatley (Born Abt. 1755) Lewis Parker parents were Major Richard and Ann Hogan who I have as your oldest known Parker ancestors.
  • Hi Christianna,

    NOTE: be sure to check out all the information below as I believe this is your Parker DNA FG#1.
    I also have more information on FG#7 to share in the coming days.
    Wayne




    Direct Descendants of Y-DNA (FG#1) Parker



    1 Y-DNA (FG#1) Parker
    ...... 2 Thomas Parker 1626 - 1690 b: Bet. 1626 - 1630 in VA d: Bef. 1690 in Nansemond Co., VA
    ............ +?
    .............. 3 William Parker 1678 - 1746 b: Abt. 1678 d: Bef. June 04, 1746 in Chowan Co., NC
    ...................... 4 John Parker 1722 - 1783 b: Abt. 1722 d: Bef. February 15, 1783
    .............................. 5 John Baptist Parker 1753 - 1810 b: 1753 d: 1810 in Gates Co., NC
    .................................... +Clarkey Eure - 1823 m: in Gates Co., NC d: Bef. November 17, 1823
    ...................................... 6 Bray Parker 1784 - 1860 b: May 1784 in Gates Co., NC d: Aft. 1860
    ............................................ +Nancy Williams 1786 - b: 1786 in Gates Co., NC m: January 22, 1806 in Eure, NC
    .............................................. 7 Elisha Parker 1809 - 1881 b: April 18, 1809 d: 1881
    ...................................................... 8 Thomas Parker 1846 - 1921 b: April 06, 1846 d: August 24, 1921
    ............................................................. +Roxana “Roxie” Eure 1846 - 1926 b: September 30, 1846 d: June 08, 1926
    .............................................................. 9 Elisha Thomas Parker 1879 - 1960 b: April 18, 1879 d: November 14, 1960
    ..................................................................... +Lillie Mae Harrell 1882 - 1973 b: November 15, 1882 d: May 15, 1973
    ...................................................................... 10 Sallie Maie Parker 1902 - 1987 b: December 08, 1902 d: October 17, 1987
    ............................................................................. +Joseph John Howell 1901 - 1968 b: December 28, 1901 d: April 06, 1968
    ............................................................................... 11 Joseph Jarvis Howell 1928 - 2011 b: November 04, 1928 d: October 19, 2011
  • Thank you all so much! I am thrilled to have found this website, very informative. Wayne thank you for your time, I would really appreciate your help in making sure my notes and lineage correct. It sounds like you are a busy man so no need to rush for my sake, just whenever you get a chance.
    Thank you, Christianna
  • Christianna,

    OK on Parker DNA FG#7. I have Bray Parker in my file as belonging to FG#1 and I don't have any Information about John G. Parker in my file. I had a long any didn't get to do much research today so I will be getting back to you later this week.
    Wayne
  • Elizabeth,
    Good to hear from you. I had a long any didn't get to do much research today so I will be getting back to you later this week.
    Wayne
  • Wayne N. Parker,

    Hi Wayne good to see you on here! I wanted to let you know that I actually have DNA cousins that connected to me through Edward Marion Parker 15 Aug 1824-24 Jan 1901, Brock, Parker Texas. Edward is the son of Stephen White Parker 1787-1850.
    Also dna connected to other sons of Stephen W Parker & Elizabeth Ridley to Hiram Parker; Hiram Parker 1819-1880, and daughter Lucinda W Parker. These DNA connections are through ancestry.com and my TrueLines on ancestry.

    I have still not found any documents to prove that Edward Marion Parker, Lucinda W Parker, Hiram Parker, Edward Marion Parker are siblings to my 3rd great grandfather Elvington H Parker. But I am feeling more confident that Stephen is his father.

    Here’s my question to you. I’ve noticed on ancestry that there are documents showing a Stephen Parker who married Elizabeth Jane Ridley 20 Jun 1809. But I’ve also seen where’s Stephen Parker married an Elizabeth Smith also known as Betsey Smith on 18 Jan 1810. Do you think that both of these Stephen Are the same person? I ask because once both women are married they are only known as Elizabeth Parker. So, I wonder if Stephen married Elizabeth Jane Ridley and she possibly died soon after, or at least before Jan 1810, then the same Stephen married Elizabeth “Betsey” Smith. This is just hypothetical, but what are the odds? It seems no one has found much of anything on the Ridley family or even connected via DNA. Perhaps we are all connected to the Smith line on the maternal side and because Smith is so common a name, we all have some Smith line somewhere in ours tree and it hides who our potential maternal line is. Just my thoughts. I have not tried to find any information on this Elizabeth Smith as of yet. But I wonder if it may be why Elvington doesn’t really get mentioned at all by Edward Marion or other siblings in wills or anything like he never existed because he may have been a half siblings? Edward Marion shows up on my DNA as a half sibling to Elvington. What do you think of this hypothesis?
  • Glad you have posted. If Wayne calls you cousin, I guarantee you are Family #7. Welcome! Mike
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