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amy parker (View posts)
Posted: 20 Jul 1999 4:59PM GMT
Any information on the whereabouts of AMY PARKER, would be appreciated. Last known to have resided in Port Jervis,NEW YORK around 1914-1915.She was married to John Parker,who died before 1888. Of her 13 kids,only one name known,that being John B. PARKER. Her maiden name was Conklin.

Amy Parker

Bernice Parker Mayer (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jul 1999 8:33AM GMT
Iam a Parker have a Amy married to a
thomas parker. have nolast name or dates for herthomas born 1604 d:1681
he is from england died in wakefield mass.
if this any help. pleaselet me know as i need infro: of lastname and dates. have more
infro on parker's
thanks

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Debbie Ann Stewart Cline (View posts)
Posted: 10 Sep 1999 6:18AM GMT
I have some info. One of the names are different, don't know about the town though. But some of the other info is somewhat similar. My great-grandfather, George W. Parker, (6/18/1852-1929), was married had "10" children. Then he married again to a lady w/ 3 children, they went on to have "10" more children. And one of those "10" is John B. Parker. Hope this is of some help. E-mail me if it is.

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PARKER (View posts)
Posted: 28 Sep 1999 5:54PM GMT
Hello, in regards to John B. Parker.He was born in Port Jervis,New York on 9-20-1872 to John ParkerAmy Conklin(as states his obit. collumn.)John B. is buried in Mattamoras,PA. He died on 1-31-1944.He was married to Minnie Anna Stangle(born in Germany). There is no records of John Parker after 1880none about Amy after 1914. I do however have an Uncle George parker(just a name.no information).I have no birth or death records for John Parker. Amy born around 1831(as states the census). Do not know where or when she died. Hope this helps.

John B. Parker

Debbie Ann (Stewart) Cline (View posts)
Posted: 30 Sep 1999 6:29AM GMT
Do you know of any other Parkers in your family?

DEBBIE CLINE-MORE PARKERS

PARKER (View posts)
Posted: 1 Oct 1999 7:01PM GMT
I ONLY KNOW OF ONE(JOHNAMY)SIBLING,THAT IS JOHN B. JOHN B.MINNIE'S KNOWN CHILDREN ARE MILTON C.(LIVED IN MAYBROOK,NY-ONE SON DONALD),EDNA(DON'T KNOW MARRIED NAME),ARTHUR(WHERE-ABOUTS UNKNOWN),DAVE(BURIED IN HEATHVILLE,VA)WAS MARRIED TO DELLA(BURIED IN FLORIDA,NY)MY GRANDMOTHER DOROTHY ELLA PARKER-FISHER-DOTY(BURIED IN WARWICK,NY) THESE ARE THE ONLY PARKERS I HAVE UNCOVERED. HOPE THESE HELP. PS-ALL ARE TOO HAVE BEEN BORN IN PORT JERVIS,NY

Amy Parker m: Thomas Parker

Douglas J. Parker (View posts)
Posted: 26 Jun 2000 8:44PM GMT
I have addtional information concerning Amy Parker Thomas Parker. Thomas Parker arrived in Spring of 1635 on the Ship Susan Ellen (Suzan Ellin). His age was listed as 30 years old. I have information that he married Amy (Saltonstal) sometime in 1635. I show they had 11 total children, two of which died in infancy. I show Thomas was born in 1605 in England and died in 1683 in Reading, Ma. Later he was moved to the cemetary in Wakefield, Ma.
My connection to this Thomas and Amy Parker is through their eighth born child Nathaniel Parker, b: May 16, 1651, d: 1737. Any additional information I can provide, feel free to contact me.

Deaon Thomas Parker

Janet (Parker) Mannello (View posts)
Posted: 29 Jun 2000 2:42PM GMT
I too am a direct descendant of Deacon Thomas Parker. My info indicates that he was born in London, Eng., 1605. Came over on the Susan and Ellen, to Reading, MA. in 1635. My line:

Deacon Thomas Parker 1605-1683
Nathaniel Parker 1651- ?
Stephen Parker 1692-1749
Stephen Parker Jr. 1714-1785
Caleb Parker 1760-1826
Shephard Parker 1792-1846
Luke Parker 1827-1889
Carroll Parker 1858-1931
Budge Parker 1883-1968
Melbourne Parker 1908-living
John Parker 1931-living
Janet(Parker)Mannello 1955-living
James Parker(brother) 1961-living

If you are interested in any of these realtives, I have some info about Caleb and the Revolutionary War, Deacon Thomas and the location of his grave and other family graves of his life time, Nathniel and Bethia, and a little about a Captain John Parker first cousin of Caleb's.

Parker Family Line

Janet (Parker) Mannello (View posts)
Posted: 29 Jun 2000 3:13PM GMT
Janet,
It appears our lines split with your line following Shepard Parker and mine following his brother Nathan Parker. Sounds like you have been to the Boston area to have that type of information on Deacon Thomas Parker. I have been there one time but did not know there were people there I should look up. I can be reached directly on dj1parker@bigfoot.com. That is my genealogy email. I have a printout of the passenger list of the Susan Ellen. there is a web site here in my local area that does ship records and passenger lists.

more descendents of Thomas PARKER

tac (View posts)
Posted: 18 Aug 2000 12:05PM GMT
here are some more of the descendents of Thomas PARKER.

Thomas PARKER -> -1683
Hananiah PARKER -> 1693-1776
John PARKER -> 1664-1741
Andrew PARKER -> 1693-1776
Thomas PARKER -> ~1727-1799
Ebenezer PARKER -> 1750-1839
Ebenezer PARKER -> 1784-1869
Frederick PARKER -> 1810-1883
Amos Milton PARKER -> 1839-1903
Harry Nichols PARKER -> 1872-1965
Helen Hamilton PARKER -> 1899-1966
Cynthia Frances FISHER -> living
Tracy Ann CHAMBERLAIN -> living
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