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Emma Parker
Note*: Mrs Geo Dyer 8507-80 NW - Oak Harbor WA 98277 (1995) (AWM)
Birth*: 1899
Marriage*: 1923, Principal=Charles Yorke Dyer
Death*: 1931, Coupeville, Wa

Family:

Charles Yorke Dyer b. 28 February 1896, d. UNKNOWN

Children:

Charles Parker Dyer b. 1924, d. 1984

Ernest Parker
Death*: Deceased

Florence Cassandre Parker
Death*:
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Birth*: 18 March 1860, Litchfield, Herkimer County, New York
Marriage*: 24 March 1880, Principal=Calvin Fayette Corey

Family:

Calvin Fayette Corey b. 1 June 1852

Children:

Edna Louise Corey b. 13 Aug 1883

Franklin Parker
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Birth*: April 1882

Parents:

Father: Jasper Parker
Mother: Eva Salee b. 1855

Frederick Granville Parker
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Birth*: 22 March 1885, Sac County, Iowa, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Henry Clay Parker b. 13 September 1844, d. 18 September 1925
Mother: Hannah May Mayo b. 27 March 1854, d. 10 February 1910

Frederick W. Parker
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Birth*: circa 1852, Scotts Bay, Kings County, Nova Scotia
Marriage*: 24 September 1884, Upper Pereaux, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Principal=Grace P. Thorpe

Parents:

Father: Timothy Eaton Parker b. 1828
Mother: Wilhelmina Rogers b. 17 September 1826

Family:

Grace P. Thorpe b. circa 1863

George Kenneth Parker
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Birth*: 7 August 1883, Fletcher, Sac County, Iowa, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 21 December 1918, Principal=Minnie Ella Meek
Death*: 22 March 1963, Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Henry Clay Parker b. 13 September 1844, d. 18 September 1925
Mother: Hannah May Mayo b. 27 March 1854, d. 10 February 1910

Family:

Minnie Ella Meek b. 12 September 1903, d. 11 August 1941

Children:

Ruth Irene Parker+ b. 9 Sep 1919, d. 29 Feb 1992
Gorden Frederick Parker+ b. 2 Feb 1931, d. 22 Aug 1981

George Marshal Parker
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Note*: George Marshal Parker, son of John Parker and Nancy Lake, was bornunknown place at this time, married Henrietta Childs,. George Marsh served in the Civil War.

Parents:

Father: John Parker
Mother: Nancy Lake b. circa 1825

Gertrude Isabel Parker

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Name-Com: Gertie Parker
Birth*: 1905
Marriage*: 4 April 1926, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Arlie Leroy Palmer
Burial*: the Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: 1988

Family:

Arlie Leroy Palmer b. 25 July 1902, d. 1990

Gorden Frederick Parker
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Birth*: 2 February 1931, Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A.
Death*: 22 August 1981, Anchorage, Anchorage County, Alaska, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: George Kenneth Parker b. 7 August 1883, d. 22 March 1963
Mother: Minnie Ella Meek b. 12 September 1903, d. 11 August 1941

Gordon Granger Parker
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Birth*: 30 November 1875, Cass County, Michigan, U.S.A.
Death*: 31 May 1906

Parents:

Father: Henry Clay Parker b. 13 September 1844, d. 18 September 1925
Mother: Hannah May Mayo b. 27 March 1854, d. 10 February 1910

Henry Clay Parker
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Note*: Henry Clay Parker, son of Silas Parker and Olive M. Lake, was born 13Sept. 1844 in New York State and died 18 Sept. 1925, and married HannahM. Mayo 18 Jan 1872 who was born 27 Mar 1854 and died 10 Feb 1910. Notes for HENRY CLAY PARKER: Many details for their children and grandchildren are on page 23 of theLake Family booklet. Henry C. Parker enlisted in Company K, Twelfth Michigan Infantry, March1, 1862, and mustered out, March 9, 1866. Was engaged in the followingbattles: Shiloh, Hatchie River Bridge and Middleburg, Tennessee, whereone hundred and thirteen men held back thirty-five hundred men of theRebel General VanDorsen's force; also at the siege of Vicksburg,Mississippi; and at the capture of Little Rock, Arkansas, and numerousother minor engagements.
Birth*: 13 September 1844, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 17 January 1872, Sac County, Iowa, Iowa, U.S.A., Principal=Hannah May Mayo
Death*: 18 September 1925, Washington Veterans Home, Retsil, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Silas Parker b. circa 1818, d. 1855
Mother: Olive M. Lake b. 22 March 1818, d. 1873

Family:

Hannah May Mayo b. 27 March 1854, d. 10 February 1910

Children:

Irene May Parker+ b. 13 Aug 1872, d. 10 Feb 1910
Gordon Granger Parker b. 30 Nov 1875, d. 31 May 1906
George Kenneth Parker+ b. 7 Aug 1883, d. 22 Mar 1963
Frederick Granville Parker b. 22 Mar 1885
Mable Irene Parker+ b. 30 May 1888, d. 23 Mar 1953

Hilda Parker
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Samuel Freedman d. Deceased

Hyman Parker
Note*: Hymen Parker, born Abt. 1795; died Abt. 1869 in Hammond, IN. He marriedEmily Allen. Notes for Hymen Parker: He was about 74 years old when he died in Hammond, IN.
Marriage*: Principal=Emily Allen
Birth*: circa 1795
Death*: circa 1869, Hammond, Lake County, Indiana, U.S.A.

Family:

Emily Allen

Children:

Silas Parker+ b. c 1818, d. 1855

Hymen Parker
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Note*: Hymen Parker, son of Silas Parker and Olive M. Lake, was born 15 Mar 1841in New York State, U.S.A., and died 22 Mar 1924 in Hammond, Lake County,Indiana married Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza' White 24 Dec 1861, daughter ofJesse White and Millie Norton who was born 08 Jan. 1841 in GermanTownship, Chenango County, New York, U.S.A. and died 23 Nov. 1929 inHammond, Lake Co. Indiana. Notes for HYMEN PARKER: Spelling of his name is shown either Hyman or Hymen. A letter written by Hyman's sister Jennie states that when she was bornin 1849 that the family lived in Michigan and that she had 2 olderbrothers and 3 older sisters. Census records show he was born in New York St. and also both hisparents. His parents and the older children were probably born in NY St. and movedto Michigan before Jennie was born. (Millie's death certificate saysher father was born in Michigan, but he was young so probably did notremember being in NY. His wife Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza' White. was born in New York State. Herfamily also moved to Michigan and after she and Hyman married they movedto IN. They lived in Crown Point, Indiana. Went by covered wagon before 1876 toSac City, Iowa. . Their 5th daughter Millie was born in Sac City but the familymust have become homesick and they were back in Crown Point, IN before1881 when the youngest daughter, Alta, was born. Aunt Pearl said he wasa school janitor in later years. His death certificate does say he andhis father were both born in New York State. He is buried in Oak HillCemetery, Hammond, IN. Died at age 73, he was listed as married,retired, died at home of a cerebral hemorrhage. Undertaker was N.Emmerling. Millie said her parents were buried side by side - Hyman wasprobably living with daughter Stella when he died in 1914 at age 73. ------- Crown Point 1840 William Butler was the first known to make claims in June or July of1834. Four claims were made by him, one for himself, one for his brotherE.P. Butler, one for George Wells and the last for Theodore Wells. He didnot settle on these claims at that time though. The first settlement thatI have found occurred shortly after November 1, 1834, which is when hemade claim, by Solon Robinson and family. He held the deed to the land that the courthouse stands on today.As of 1873, the courthouse that was prominent was one built in 1849 byGeorge Earle, architect, and Jeremy Hixon, builder. The present daycourthouse was erected in 1878 and is now a well-preserved museumreflecting on the history of Crown Point. Population grew steadily fromabout 1,300 in 1873, to about 2,300 in 1900. The town was incorporated in1868. ------------- 1880 Federal Census: Census Place: Center Township, Lake Co, Indiana Source: FHL Film 1254291 National Archives Film T9-0291 Page 557C Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Hiram PARKER Self M M W 39 NY (namespelled incorrectly) Occupation: Farmer Fa: NY Mo: NY Ann E. PARKER Wife F M W 39 NY Occ: House Keeping Fa: VT Mo: NY Ella PARKER Dau F S W 18 IN Occ: At School Fa: NY Mo: NY Jessie PARKER Dau F S W 13 IN Occ: At School Fa: NY Mo: NY Stella PARKER Dau F S W 9 IN Fa: NY Mo: NY Bessie PARKER Dau F S W 7 IN Fa: NY Mo: NY Millie PARKER Dau F S W 4 IA Fa: NY Mo: NY ============================================= 1900 Census shows his month of birth, state of birth, wife, youngestchild and her husband and 2 children... all living at 615 State Street,North Township, Lake Co., Hammond, IN. Hyman is shown as working as ajanitor and that they had been married 30 years and had 6 livingchildren. More About HYMEN PARKER: Burial: March 25, 1914, Oak Hill Cemetery, Hammond, IN The following information came me, Donald Raymond Coy, 3806 51st Ave. SW,Seattle, WA. E-mail: don3127wa @@juno.com by electronic e-mail from Lori(Timberlake) London (who is in this FTW), plondon@@bellsouth.net on August23, 2002. HYMEN PARKER WAS BORN IN NEW YORK STATE, MARCH 15, 1841 AND DIED MARCH 22 1914 IN HAMMOND, IN. Spelling of his name is shown either Hyman or Hymen. A letter written by Hyman's sister Jennie states that when she was bornin 1849 that the family lived in Michigan and that she had 2 olderbrothers and 3 older sisters. Census records show he was born in New York St. and also both hisparents. His parents and the older children were probably born in NY St. and movedto Michigan before Jennie was born His wife Ann Elizabeth White was born in German Twp., Chenango Co., NewYork State, January 9, 1834 and died in Hammond, IN November 23, 1929.Her family also moved to MI and after she and Hyman married they moved toIN. They lived in Crown Point, Indiana. Went by covered wagon before 1876 toSac City, Iowa. . Their 5th daughter Millie was born in Sac City but the familybecame homesick and they were back in Crown Point, IN before 1881 whenthe youngest daughter, Alta, was born. He was a farmer in Crown Point asshown in the 1880 Census. About 1884 the family sold the farm and movedto Hammond, IN. In the 1900 census Hymen was shown as a school janitor. His death certificate says he and his father were both born in New YorkState. He is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Hammond, IN. Died at age 73,he was listed as married, retired, died at home of a cerebralhemorrhage. Undertaker was N. Emmerling. Hyman was probably livingwith daughter Stella when he died in 1914 at age 73.
Birth*: 15 March 1841, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 24 December 1861, Principal=Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza' White
Death*: 22 March 1914, Hammond, Lake County, Indiana, U.S.A., Unknown GEDCOM info: Cerebal hemorrage
Burial*: 25 March 1914, Oak Hill Cemetery, Hammond, Lake County, Indiana, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Silas Parker b. circa 1818, d. 1855
Mother: Olive M. Lake b. 22 March 1818, d. 1873

Family:

Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza' White b. 8 January 1841, d. 23 November 1929

Children:

Ella Parker+ b. 4 Dec 1862, d. b 1961
Elmer Parker b. 24 Sep 1865, d. 10 Sep 1866
Jessie Parker+ b. 1 Jul 1867, d. b 1961
Iva Parker b. 27 Oct 1869, d. 18 Feb 1870
Stella Adell Parker+ b. 15 Dec 1871, d. 12 Jan 1960
Bessie Parker+ b. 2 Nov 1872, d. b 1962
Millie Belle Parker+ b. 19 Aug 1876, d. 6 Nov 1969
Alta Katherine Parker+ b. 4 May 1881, d. 1961

Irene May Parker
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Birth*: 13 August 1872, Cass County, Michigan, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 7 September 1889, Principal=John B. Barnhart
Death*: 10 February 1910, Bainbridge Island, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Henry Clay Parker b. 13 September 1844, d. 18 September 1925
Mother: Hannah May Mayo b. 27 March 1854, d. 10 February 1910

Family:

John B. Barnhart

Children:

Clarence Ray Barnhart b. 24 Apr 1891
Walter H. Barnhart+ b. 17 Jan 1893
Edna May Barnhart b. 11 Jan 1895, d. 11 Jan 1895
Jessie Pearl Barnhart b. 5 Mar 1897

Iva Parker
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Note*: Iva Parker, daughter of Hymen Parker and Ann Elizabeth Eliza' White, wasborn 27 Oct. 1869 and died 18 Feb. 1870.
Birth*: 27 October 1869
Death*: 18 February 1870

Parents:

Father: Hymen Parker b. 15 March 1841, d. 22 March 1914
Mother: Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza' White b. 8 January 1841, d. 23 November 1929

Jane Parker
Marriage*: Principal=Samuel Craig
Birth*: 1839, New Brunswick, Canada

Family:

Samuel Craig b. 1835

Jasper Parker
Marriage*: 13 November 1872, Principal=Eva Salee
Marriage*: 24 November 1902, Principal=Jessie DeLong

Family 1:

Eva Salee b. 1855

Children:

Denis Parker b. 10 Jan 1877
Archibald Parker b. Dec 1879
Sylvia Parker b. 20 Nov 1880
Franklin Parker b. Apr 1882
Edith Parker b. 1886
Edward Leroy Parker b. Feb 1888

Family 2:

Jessie DeLong

Children:

Jasper Leone Parker b. 2 Aug 1904
Earl Parker b. 3 Mar 1908

Jasper Parker
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Birth*: 15 February 1851

Parents:

Father: John Parker
Mother: Nancy Lake b. circa 1825

Jasper Leone Parker
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Birth*: 2 August 1904

Parents:

Father: Jasper Parker
Mother: Jessie DeLong

Jenny 'Jennie' Parker
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Note*: Jenny Adams Parker, daughter of Silas Parker and Olive M. Lake, was born17 April 1849 in Michigan and died After 1932.
Birth*: 17 April 1849, Michigan, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 21 October 1871, Van Buren County, Michigan, U.S.A., Principal=Chester C. Adams
Death*: after 1932

Parents:

Father: Silas Parker b. circa 1818, d. 1855
Mother: Olive M. Lake b. 22 March 1818, d. 1873

Family:

Chester C. Adams

Children:

Anson A. Adams+ b. 16 Sep 1872

Jessie Parker
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Note*: Jesse Parker, daughter of Hymen Parker and Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza' White,was born 01 July 1867 and died Bef. 1961 married 18 Sept. 1884 Mr. Smith. The following was received by Donald Raymond Coy, 3806 51st Ave. SW,Seattle, Wa. E-mail: don3127wa@@juno.com by electronic e-mail from Lori(Timberlake) London (who is in this FTW), plondon@@bellsouth.net on August23, 2002. Notes for JESSIE PARKER: Her husband made quite a bit of money (was said to be a jeweler) he diedin a car accident. They had a daughter Janet (Mrs. March Fisher), wholived in Jenkintown, PA at one time and a daughter Ethel who died ofcancer in Danville, IL. Jessie lived in Danville, IL. She came to visit sister Millie inPacoima, Notes for JESSIE PARKER: CA - probably 1950/51, She is shown as deceased in the obit for sisterAlta in 1961. It was said that she did not help take care of the Mother when she wasolder? Snapshots of her include: +One taken in a long white dress in front of a very nice house -- perhaps in her early 40's. +One taken November 10, 1938-shown walking with daughter Ethel-perhaps in her middle 60's, well dressed, very stylish. +2 photos with daughter Janet, perhaps late 60's? +2 photos by herself taken about same time at home? Formal photo with fur coat, fancy dress, funny hat 60's?
Birth*: 1 July 1867
Marriage*: 18 September 1884, Principal=(?) Smith
Death*: before 1961

Parents:

Father: Hymen Parker b. 15 March 1841, d. 22 March 1914
Mother: Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza' White b. 8 January 1841, d. 23 November 1929

Family:

(?) Smith

Children:

Ethel Smith

John Parker
Note*: John Parker's parents are unknown because of the statement below. Now just a few words of explanation here, in regard to the Parker familyrecord: It seems that the records were in the Jasper Parker Family Bibleand a number of years ago Jasper's children were victims of diphtheria,and after the disease was cured, the Niles, Michigan authoritiescompelled the family destroy everything in the house by fire and theBible had to go and all records were nearly all lost.
Marriage*: Principal=Nancy Lake

Family:

Nancy Lake b. circa 1825

Children:

Josephi Parker
George Marshal Parker+
Richard Parker
Emma Parker
Jasper Parker b. 15 Feb 1851
Leroy Parker b. 4 Apr 1853

John Arthur 'Jack' Parker
Note*: John Arthur 'Jack' Parker was born 07 Mar 1926 in Sedro Wooley, SkagitCounty, Washington, U.S.A. to George and Alex Parker. He died 10 Mar1998 at his home in Bothell, King County, Washington, U.S.A. He was aresident of the Bothell area for 51 years. Jack was 72 years old. Hegraduated from Sedro Wolley High School in 1944 and served in the US ArmySignal Corps during World War II in the Pacific. In 1947 he married Emma Christine Nilson. They raised four childrentogether until her death in 1972. Mr. Parker was employed as a plumberin the Seattle area. Projects he worked on include many schools on theEastside and the Seattle Aquarium. He retired in 1986. Mr. Parker was a member of the National Plumbers andPipefitters Union and the American Legion Post #127. He was activelyinvolved in Youth Sports and other civic activities for many years, andserved as a Planning Commissioner for the City of Bothell. Jack's funeral service was held at St. Brendan's Catholic Church inBothell on March 14 at 11 A.M. Survivors included his sons Richard of Longview, WA. and James ofBothell; daughters Patricia McClintick of Kirkland and ChristineBraunwart of Othello; Brother David Parker of Clearlake, Skagit Countyand his companion for 22 years was Dolores Craig; and 13 grandchildren. Burial was at Holyrood Cemetery, Seattle, King County, Washington,U.S.A. Memorials may be made to the Evergreen Hospice and Health CareFoundation, 12910 Totem Lake Boulevard N.E., Suite 200, Kirkland,WA.98034. Bothell Funeral Home.
Address*: 17322 24th SE Snohomish County Bothell Washington 98012-6502 U.S.A. Unknown GEDCOM info: 1-425-483-6618
Birth*: 7 March 1926, Sedro Wooley, Skagit County, Washington, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1947, Principal=Emma Christine Nilson
Death*: 10 March 1998, Bothell, Snohomish County, Washington, U.S.A., Unknown GEDCOM info: Bone Cancer & Lukimia
Event-Misc*: 14 March 1998, Holyrood Cemetery, Seattle, King Co., Washington., Type: Fact #1
Burial*: 14 March 1998, Holyrood Cemetery, Shoreline, King County, Washington, U.S.A.

Family:

Marriage*: 1947, Principal=Emma Christine Nilson

Emma Christine Nilson d. 1972

John Isaac Parker
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Mary Elder d. Deceased

Children:

Beatrice Redfield Parker+ b. 18 Jan 1897, d. Deceased

Josephi Parker
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Parents:

Father: John Parker
Mother: Nancy Lake b. circa 1825

Leroy Parker
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Birth*: 4 April 1853

Parents:

Father: John Parker
Mother: Nancy Lake b. circa 1825

Mable Irene Parker
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Birth*: 30 May 1888, Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 1904, Bainbridge Island, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A., Principal=Eugene L. Day
Death*: 23 March 1953, Bainbridge Island, Kitsap County, Washington, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Henry Clay Parker b. 13 September 1844, d. 18 September 1925
Mother: Hannah May Mayo b. 27 March 1854, d. 10 February 1910

Family:

Eugene L. Day b. 28 May 1876, d. 22 November 1969

Children:

Alice V. Day d. 30 Jul 1988
Erenest John Day+ b. 20 Nov 1905, d. 10 May 1972
Truman Day b. 18 Jul 1915, d. 15 Dec 1982

Marrilla Almira Parker
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Birth*: circa 1841, Mooers Township, Clinton County, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 23 December 1866, Lake County, Indiana, U.S.A., Principal=Oliver Norton
Death*: 27 April 1889, Hageman, Porter County, Indiana, U.S.A., Unknown GEDCOM info: Strangulation, tumorous growth in her neck
Burial*: 29 April 1889, Lake County, Indiana, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Chauncey P. Parker
Mother: Melissa Eaton

Family:

Oliver Norton b. 15 April 1841, d. 13 February 1918

Children:

Melvin Norton b. 18 Jul 1872, d. 1 May 1887
Edwin Arthur Norton+ b. 14 Apr 1874, d. 5 Jun 1960
Cora Norton b. 31 Jul 1876, d. b May 1889
Herbert Norton+ b. 26 Aug 1878, d. 1958
Harold Harry Norton+ b. 13 Sep 1880, d. 15 Jan 1915

Meribah Parker
Birth*: circa 1649, Newport, Rhode Island
Marriage*: 1674, There were no children of this marriage., Principal=Captain John Slocum

Family:

Captain John Slocum b. 26 May 1645, d. 1701

Millie Belle Parker
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Note*: Millie Belle Parker, daughter of Hymen Parker and Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza'White, was born 19 Aug. 1876 in Sac City, Sac Co., Iowa and died 06 Nov.1969 in San Fernando, Los Angeles Co., California, U.S.A. and married 24Dec. 1891 in Hammond, Lake Co., Iowa John Timberlake who was born 27 Feb.1872 in Richmond, Richmond Co., Virgina and died 14 Feb. 1943 in Concord,Contra Costa Co., California. The following was received by Donald Raymond Coy, 3806 51st Ave. SW,Seattle, Wa. E-mail: don3127wa@@juno.com by electronic e-mail from Lori(Timberlake) London (who is in this FTW), plondon@@bellsouth.net on August23, 2002. Notes for MILLIE BELLE PARKER: Millie wrote the following in 1962 (she rented a typewriter to gainstrength after a broken wrist). ' My parents who lived in Crown Point, IN, left their farm and went toIowa. Mother drove one covered wagon, father the other. Mother waspregnant with me at that time. Father built a home and shortly after, Iwas born (Sac City, Iowa), Aug. 19, 1876. There were many Indians, andother problems, the family sold out, packed the wagons and went back tothe farm in Indiana. I went to a one-room school until I was 8 thenFather sold the farm and moved to Hammond, IN. When I was 14, I wasapprenticed to a Dressmaker. I turned 15, then met John Timberlake (hewas almost 20). We were married Christmas Eve 1891, Hammond, IN.' The first 3 children, Pearl, Hazel and Walter were born in Indiana. ByFeb. 1899 the family was in Wheeling, WV. Marie, Earl, John & Louis wereborn there. The baby Harry came along 7 years after Louis (in 1914) andwas born in Newport, KY. Millie kept a diary from time to time, an entry from 1924: Month of JulyI went to work on the North American Boat between Chicago & Buffalo, NY. In 1929 says she and Harry were living alone, she is working a punchpress, living near Wheaton, IL. Then, in May1929 most of the familywent to Albuquerque they left there in July and went to TX. In 1931they were traveling cross-country again. Ken Hartlerode was with them,in June they were in CA, they camped out, worked odd jobs, picked fruit,etc. An entry for Apr. 29, 1932 says they left Gary, IN, camped ontheir way? On Oct. 18, 1932 they again left Wheaton, IL - on the 23rdthey blew a tire in the Ford and it overturned & was totaled, she andMabel slightly hurt. Bill & Gene came for them and by Nov. 7 were inAlabama there Lewis & Goldie were living. By 1934 most of the familywas in Pacoima, CA. She talks about going to Mint Canyon to go panningfor gold. There is a photo showing Pearl, Will, their Gene; Millie;Louis, Goldie, their Pearl and Sonny - they are sitting in from of 2 oldautos wearing old clothes. The women have jeans on, etc. Aunt Pearl sent me a kit from her Mother, Millie. It is made of felt,has a thimble, needles and a very old pair of scissors. Millie workedin a place in Cincinnati, OH and 6 pair of the scissors came to the shopfrom Germany, she bought all 6 pair to give to her 6 children. From DowCo., last shipment as WWI was starting. Funeral Services Noble's Chapel of Memories, November 8, 1969 - 1:00 PM.,Officiant, Rev. George Rowlett, Music - Rose Garber. Pall Bearers: WalterW. Einsele, Eugene J. Sweeney, Sr., Bernie Timberlake, Robert Timberlake,Charles Hartlerode, Walter Timberlake, Fred Timberlake. Millie is buried in Valhalla Memorial Park. Lot #2. Section 924, BlockA. I have the Grant Deed for Burial Plots for Millie and Marie. On Millie's 80th Birthday, August 19, 1956, there was a large familyreunion held at her home (behind Pearl & Will's house) - there were 51attending. More About MILLIE BELLE PARKER: Burial: November 08, 1969, Valhalla Memorial Park, North Hollywood, CA.
Birth*: 19 August 1876, Sac City, Sac County, Iowa, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 24 December 1891, Hammond, Lake County, Indiana, U.S.A., Principal=John Timberlake , Sr.
Death*: 6 November 1969, San Fernando, Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A.
Burial*: 8 November 1969, Blk. A Vallhalla Memorial Park, North Hollwood, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Hymen Parker b. 15 March 1841, d. 22 March 1914
Mother: Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza' White b. 8 January 1841, d. 23 November 1929

Family:

John Timberlake , Sr. b. 27 February 1872, d. 14 February 1943

Children:

Emma 'Pearl' Pearl Timberlake+ b. 25 Aug 1892, d. 15 May 1985
Hazel Adell Timberlake+ b. 8 Nov 1894, d. 14 Apr 1928
Walter Edward Timberlake Sr.+ b. 15 Dec 1896, d. 8 Feb 1980
Marie Caroline Timberlake+ b. 22 Feb 1898, d. 31 Dec 1964
Chester 'Earl' Earl Timberlake+ b. 29 Aug 1901, d. 19 Oct 1973
John Timberlake , Jr. b. 29 Sep 1904, d. 5 Jun 1908
Louis Delbert Timberlake , Sr.+ b. 2 Mar 1907, d. 30 Apr 1983
Harry Bernard Timberlake , Sr.+ b. 18 Feb 1914, d. 28 Oct 1996

Nancy M. Parker
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Note*: Nancy M. Parker, daughter of Silas Parker and Olive Lake, was born 06Feb. 1843 and died After 1914, married Henry W. Crandall 20 Dec. 1858 inMichigan who was born 15 Sept. 1833 in Michigan and died 11 June 1911 inMichigan. Notes for NANCY M. PARKER: Children and Grandchildren of Nancy and Henry are listed on pg 21 of thebooklet.
Birth*: 6 February 1843, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 20 December 1858, Michigan, U.S.A., Principal=Henry W. Crandall
Death*: after 1914

Parents:

Father: Silas Parker b. circa 1818, d. 1855
Mother: Olive M. Lake b. 22 March 1818, d. 1873

Family:

Henry W. Crandall b. 15 September 1833, d. 11 June 1911

Children:

Chloe Annette Crandall+ b. 20 Jul
Dora B. Crandall+ b. 27 Dec 1859, d. 9 Mar 1880
Loretta Crandall b. 5 Jun 1865, d. 5 Oct 1866
Edna Leora Crandall b. 5 Oct 1870
William Henry Crandall+ b. 26 Jul 1875

Richard Parker
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Death*: LaFayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: John Parker
Mother: Nancy Lake b. circa 1825

Robert Denis Parker
Birth*: 27 February 1944, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Death*: 19 July 1944, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

Ruth Irene Parker
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Birth*: 9 September 1919, Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A.
Death*: 29 February 1992, Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: George Kenneth Parker b. 7 August 1883, d. 22 March 1963
Mother: Minnie Ella Meek b. 12 September 1903, d. 11 August 1941

Sally Parker
Marriage*: Principal=Levi Durgin
Birth*: 1801

Family:

Levi Durgin b. 18 April 1797

Sarah Parker

Charts:
Descendant Chart for Roger de Coigneries

Name Variation: Sarah Smith
Marriage: 29 June 1614, Great Burstead, Essex, England, Principal=Deacon Edward Convers
Death*: 1662

Family:

Deacon Edward Convers b. 30 January 1589/90, d. 10 August 1663

Children:

Phineas Convers b. c 1615
Deacon Josiah Converse b. 1617, d. 3 Feb 1689
Lieut. James Converse+ b. 1620, d. 10 May 1715
John Convers b. c 1621
Mary Converse b. 1622
Sarah Convers b. c 1623
Samuel Converse b. 12 Mar 1637, d. 20 Feb 1669

Sarah Ann Parker
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Note*: Sarah Ann Parker was the second daughter born of Silas and Olive (Lake)Parker. She was born on the first day of December, 1839 in ChenangoCounty, New York. Her Father’s father was Hymen Parker and Hyman’swife’s name was Emily Allen, her maiden name. Col. Ethan Allen of NewYork great-grand daughter was the great grandmother of Sarah (Parker)Barney and her married sister Jenny (Parker) Adams, also Nancy (Parker)Crandell and Hyman and Henry Parker. After moving to Seattle, Washingtonwith her husband, Sarah Ann Parker joined Stevens Relief Corps, G.A.R. inSeattle, Washington about 1891 and was President of it in 1893. She losther left eye through an operation in 1908. At the time of her husbanddeath in Seattle the 27th of July, 1907, they were living at 1608 1stAve. N. in Seattle. Sarah owned a piece of property in Seattle, describedas 'Lot 4, Block 12, Bigelow's Supplementary Addition', which she rentedthe above property for $15.00 per month. After her husband’s death in 1907, she lived with her daughter, May Viola(Barney) Snyder for three years. She then went to the Veteran's Home atRetsil, Kitsap County, Washington (see map where Retsil is in herscrapbook) where she lived for three years after which she returned andlived with her daughter, May Viola until she died on September 22, 1928in Seattle, Washington being 88 years old. --- From the personal Memoirs of May Viola Snyder) Barney. See the map where Retsil, WA is in her scrapbook. Sarah is buried at Mount Pleasant Cemetery on Queen Ann Hill, 700 W.Raye St. in Seattle, King County, Washington. There is no gravestone inthe Snyder Plot. Sarah's pictures are in her scrapbook. More notes for SARAH ANN PARKER: Their children were: Etta Belle b. 4/11/1857, d. 10/1857. May Viola Barney b. Sept. 8, 1861, m. Alfred M. Snyder, Sept 8, 1878 Their Children: Ray, Roy, Hazel, Lottie(who married Fred Monk). She is in the 1870 Census for Sac, Sac Co., Iowa. More notes for Sarah Parker: Lineal Descent Aurelius Barney, was the first son of Winship Barney and Mary Barney. He was born in Jamestown, Niagara County, New York, U.S.A., on May 13,1833. He was united in marriage on April 1856 at Decatur, Van Buren County,Michigan, U.S.A. to Sarah A. Parker who was born Dec. 1, 1839 in ChenangoCo., N.Y. State and was the second daughter of Silas Parker and Olive M.Lake. Aurelius and Sarah (Parker) Barney's children were: Etta Belle Barney b. 11 Apr. 1857 and died sevenmonths later. Mary Viola Barney, b. 08 Sept. 1861 and diedMarch 24, 1841 In the fall of 1865 Aurelius Barney moved to Sac County, Iowa with hiswife and four year old daughter May Viola, and engaged in farming. In1872 he moved to Sac City, and engaged in teaming. He lost his left armabout 1879 or so from infection caused by bad blood contracted in theCivil War duty (1864 to 1865). He enlisted from Van Burien County,Michigan, on the 5th day of March 1864 to serve 3 years or during thewar, and was mustered into the U.S. service at Kalamazoo, Michigan on the28th day of March 1864, as a Private of Capt. John Andrew's Company 'D',66th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry, Colonel Patrick K. Burkecommanding. He moved to Portland, Oregon in 1887, and to Seattle, Wash.in the summer of 1887. He joined Stevens Post, G.A.R. June 10, 1890.Returned to Iowa in 1888 and sold his farm. He died in July 27, 1907being 74 years of age and id buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Seattle,Wash. Sarah A. Parker was the second daughter of Silas and Olive Lake Parker.She was born on the 1st day of Dec. 1839 in Chenango Co., New York State.Her father's father was Hyman Parker and Hyman's wife's name was EmilyAllen, her maiden name. Col. Ethan Allen of New York'sgreat-granddaughter was the great grandmother of Sarah Barney and hermarried sister Jenny Adams, also of Nancy Crandall and Hyman and HenryParker. After moving to Seattle, Wash. with her husband Sarah Barney joinedSteven Corps. About 1891 and was President of it in 1893. She lost herleft eye through an operation in 1908. After her husband's death in1907she lived with her daughter, May for 3 years. She then went to theVeterans Home at Retsil, Wash. where she lived for three years afterwhich she returned and was with her daughter until she died Sept. 22,1928 being 88 years old. Burial was at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Seattle,Wash.
Birth*: 1 December 1839, Chenango County, New York, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 12 April 1856, Decatur, Van Buren County, Michigan, U.S.A., Principal=Aurelius A. Barney
Burial*: September 1928, 700 West Raye Street, Seattle, King County, Wash
Death*: 22 September 1928, Seattle, King County, Washington, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Silas Parker b. circa 1818, d. 1855
Mother: Olive M. Lake b. 22 March 1818, d. 1873

Family:

Aurelius A. Barney b. 13 July 1833, d. 27 July 1907

Children:

Etta Belle Barney b. 11 Apr 1857, d. Nov 1857
May Viola Barney+ b. 8 Sep 1861, d. 22 Mar 1941

Silas Parker
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Note*: Silas Parker, son of Hymen Parker and Emily Allen, was born Abt. 1818,and died Abt. 1855 in Cass County, Michigan, U.S.A., married Olive M.Lake 1837 in Michigan, U.S.A. The following was received by Donald Raymond Coy, 3806 51st Ave. SW,Seattle, Wa. E-mail: don3127wa@@juno.com by electronic e-mail from Lori(Timberlake) London (who is in this FTW), plondon@@bellsouth.net on August23, 2002. Notes for SILAS PARKER: Silas was probably born in New York State. Poem written by his daughter Jennie says she was born in Michigan St.(1849), Silas is shown in 1840 Census Index for Chenango Co., NY, Pg. 130 -NYS4a1993181. Silas is shown in the 1850 census index and 1854 pop. census Index inLagrange Twp., Cass Co. MI. (page 612, MIS7a4110233). (he is the nextentry after his father-in-law Joseph Lake.) The family could have moved from New York St. after 1841 (when Hyman was born) to Michigan. Hyman went to Indiana as an adult. Census for 1900 - Lake County, IN for Hyman says he was born in NewYork St. His death certificate also says that. It says his father andmother were both born in New York (this may not be correct)?
Birth*: circa 1818
Marriage*: 1837, Michigan, U.S.A., Principal=Olive M. Lake
Death*: 1855, Cass County, Michigan, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Hyman Parker b. circa 1795, d. circa 1869
Mother: Emily Allen

Family:

Olive M. Lake b. 22 March 1818, d. 1873

Children:

Emily Frances Parker b. c 1838, d. c 1862
Sarah Ann Parker+ b. 1 Dec 1839, d. 22 Sep 1928
Hymen Parker+ b. 15 Mar 1841, d. 22 Mar 1914
Nancy M. Parker+ b. 6 Feb 1843, d. a 1914
Henry Clay Parker+ b. 13 Sep 1844, d. 18 Sep 1925
Jenny 'Jennie' Parker+ b. 17 Apr 1849, d. a 1932

Sophia Parker
Death*: Deceased

Family:

William Irving Boomer d. Deceased

Children:

Muriel Beatrice Boomer+ b. 22 Feb 1880, d. 21 Mar 1963

Sophie Jennie Parker
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Birth*: 15 December 1879, Harbourville, Nova Scotia, Canada
Marriage*: 15 June 1904, Harbourville, Nova Scotia, Canada, Principal=Stephen Walter Schurman
Death*: 7 October 1952, Churchville, New York, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Daniel Benjamin Parker d. Deceased
Mother: Frances Amelia Smith d. Deceased

Family:

Stephen Walter Schurman b. 14 February 1874, d. 1 January 1968

Children:

Francis Harry Schurman+ b. 30 Jan 1906
Boyd Parker Schurman+ b. 9 May 1909
Dora Sophia Winnifred Schurman b. 23 Dec 1916, d. 11 Dec 1957

Stella Adell Parker
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Burial*: Elmwood Cemetery, Hammond, Lake County, Indiana, U.S.A.
Note*: Stella Adell Parker, daughter of Hymen Parker and Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza'White, was born 15 Dec. 1871 in Indiana, U.S.A. and died 12 Jan. 1960 inCrown Hill Hospital, Crown Hill, Lake Co., Indiana married John EdwardDeWitt who was born 04 Aug. 1870 and died 01 May 1945. The following was received by Donald Raymond Coy, 3806 51st Ave. SW,Seattle, Wa. E-mail: don3127wa@@juno.com by electronic e-mail from Lori(Timberlake) London (who is in this FTW), plondon@@bellsouth.net on August23, 2002. Notes for STELLA ADELL PARKER: Info from Phyllis Adair DeWitt, 8/13/01: Here is a little more trivia about Stella. Before she met myGrandfather, she was engaged to Edward C. Minas, founder of the MinasDepartment Store in Hammond. It was an expensive department store, withhigh quality merchandise. The store was THE place to shop, if you wantedthe BEST. I don't know if he had already started the store, or if thatcame 'after' his breakup with Stella. She was engaged to him when she wonthe title of Most Beautiful Woman in Hammond. The store was still goingstrong when I was a young married woman. ========================= She had one son Homer DeWitt. We have a picture of her with her grandsondated August 1959. Her father Hyman lived with her when he died in 1914 at age 73. (theparents had been split up and lived with various of the daughters). Shedivorced her first husband, re-married and moved to FL. Info from Granddaughter Phyllis Adair DeWitt received 8/01: She divorced her 2nd husband when in her 80's. Her Grandson Richard 'Ed'Edward DeWitt brought her back to IN to live with him. She died at age89 in the Crown Point hospital, and was cremated. Year's latergranddaughter Phyllis Adair DeWitt buried her ashes on my son Homer'sgrave in Elmwood Cemetery in Hammond. She had gone down hill quickly after Richard 'Ed' Edward DeWitt broughther back to Cedar Lake.
Birth*: 15 December 1871, Indiana, U.S.A.
Marriage*: 12 September 1891, Principal=John Edward DeWitt
Death*: 12 January 1960, Crown Point Hospital, Crown Point, Lake County, Indiana, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Hymen Parker b. 15 March 1841, d. 22 March 1914
Mother: Ann Elizabeth 'Eliza' White b. 8 January 1841, d. 23 November 1929

Family:

John Edward DeWitt b. 4 August 1870, d. 1 May 1945

Children:

Homar Edward DeWitt+ b. 22 Jun 1894, d. 5 Jan 1946

Susan Parker
Marriage*: Principal=Dominicous Frost
Birth*: 1798, Berwick, York County, Maine, U.S.A.

Family:

Dominicous Frost b. 15 February 1794

Sylvia Parker
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Birth*: 20 November 1880

Parents:

Father: Jasper Parker
Mother: Eva Salee b. 1855

Thomas B. Parker
Death*: UNKNOWN

Timothy Eaton Parker
Residence*: Scotts Bay, Kings County, Nova Scotia
Birth*: 1828
Marriage*: 6 July 1851, Nova Scotia, Principal=Wilhelmina Rogers

Family:

Wilhelmina Rogers b. 17 September 1826

Children:

Frederick W. Parker+ b. c 1852

W. R. Parker
Marriage*: Principal=Annie Marguerite Fletcher
Birth*: 1878, Saint Marys, York County, New Brunswick, Canada

Family:

Annie Marguerite Fletcher b. 18 April 1882

Willard Clarence 'Harry' Parker , Sr.
Marriage*: Principal=Eula Marie Delung

Family:

Eula Marie Delung b. 3 May 1903, d. 29 May 1993

Anthony Parkhurst
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Note*: Person Source
Birth*: 16 February 1798

Parents:

Father: Elias Parkhurst
Mother: Freelove Stranahan b. 26 February 1775, d. 17 March 1861


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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