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Daniel T. Rogers(b. 1943) - all my relatives


Richard Parke

1Charles Edwin Booth, One Branch of the Booth Family, Showing the Lines of Connection with One Hundred Massachusetts Bay Colonists, p. 111 (1910).
"Richard Parke came on the Defence in 1635, with his wife Margery, and children Isabel and Elizabeth. He was b. 1602. d. between July 12 and Oct. 19, 1665, m. first, Margery Crane, in Eng. b. 1595. d. m. second, Sarah Collier, widow of Love Brewster, Sept. 1, 1656. b. in Eng. d. after March 12, 1680, in Duxbury. Richard Parke was at Cambridge 1636. When the meadow land, first called Cambridge Farms, and now known as Lexington, was included in the limits of Cambridge, Richard Parke was one of the first settlers there, but he returned to Cambridge in 1647 where he lived until his death. He was Selectman and Constable in 1656. He asked to be released from training in 1663. His second wife, Sarah, made her home in Duxbury after his death.".