Joyce Ann PARKER (private).63466

Spouse: Billy Ray TEMPLE Sr.-119343. Children were: Billy Ray TEMPLE Jr.-122477.


Judith PARKER7871 was born on 23 July 1778 in Litchfield, Hillsborough, NH. She died on 4 March 1844 at the age of 65 in Dover, Strafford, NH. Parents: Dr. Jonathan PARKER-11637 and Dorothy COFFIN-11819.

Spouse: Dr. William WALLACE-11853. Children were: William WALLACE-11854, George WALLACE-11855, Augustus WALLACE-11856, Sophronia WALLACE-11857.


Judith PARKER (private). Parents: George Seymour PARKER Jr.-3834 and Evelyn STEIGELS-3840.


Judith Ann PARKER (private). Parents: Vernon Wilma PARKER Jr.-3684 and Olive Louise COBB-3699.

Spouse: Frank EDWARDS-3742.


Juel May (Jewel) PARKER was born on 10 November 1919 in Lafayette, Chambers, AL.51628 She died on 23 June 2007 at the age of 87.51628 Parents: Ruben C. PARKER-171990 and Lillian B. LANGFORD-171991.

Spouse: TEMPLES-171988. Juel May (Jewel) PARKER and TEMPLES were married before October 1938.51628

Spouse: LANGDON-171992. Juel May (Jewel) PARKER and LANGDON were married before June 1949.51628


Julia A. PARKER was born in 1848.4544 Parents: Elisha H. PARKER-8006 and Alvira P. FERRIN-8007.


Julia A. PARKER was born in 1871.4544 Parents: James PARKER-7863 and Susan BALCH-8355.


Julia Almeda PARKER was born in 1807. She died in 1870 at the age of 63. Parents: Sterling PARKER-3754 and Eunice JEWETT-3755.


Julia Ann PARKER16324 was born in 1821. Parents: Peter PARKER-12010 and Sally BRADFORD-12013.


Julia Frances PARKER was born in 1861 in Fitzwilliam, Cheshire, NH.4544 Parents: George Washington PARKER-7491 and Julia A. DEETH-7506.

Spouse: Edward Heywood SAWIN-8540.


Julia Franklin PARKER was born in 1819 in Sutton, Merrimack, NH.4544 Parents: Elisha PARKER-9523 and Lydia AMBROSE-9524.


Julia Maria PARKER was born in 1848 in East Boston, Suffolk, MA.4544 Parents: Ira PARKER-8058 and Maria HASKELL-8059.

Spouse: Edward SAFFORD-8574.


Karen PARKER (private).63467 Parents: Harold Willard PARKER-152390 and UNKNOWN-152391.

Spouse: TEMPEL-152388.


Karen Elaine PARKER (private).63393 Parents: Harvey Wyatt PARKER-101867 and Ella Kathryne (Kathryne) TEMPLE-45737.


Katherine PARKER was born on 10 February 1758 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.4544,63189 Vital records of Shrewsbury list her name with a C when born and a K
when filing her marriage intention. Parents: Stephen PARKER-9366 and Abigail WRIGHT-9367.

Spouse: David PARKS-9382. Katherine PARKER and David PARKS were married in 1778 in Shrewsbury, Worcester, MA.4544,11992 Intention filed 16 Apr 1778 in Shrewsbury.


Katherine PARKER (private). Parents: George Seymour PARKER Jr.-3834 and Evelyn STEIGELS-3840.


Katherine M. PARKER (private).

Spouse: Ernest H. SMALL-134499. Children were: Helen Dorothy SMALL-134498.


Katie M. PARKER was born in 1874 in Plainfield, Will, IL.4544 She may be the Katie M. Parker who shows up in Maine marriage records as living in Cornish, ME, and marrying Walter E. Parker of Hiram, ME, on 19 Sep 1892.

Also, Katie M. Parker appears in the Evening Star of Washington DC, 16 Feb 1926, p9c8, in the memorial notices for 16 Feb 1922. Parents: Perry Ander PARKER-8481 and Mary S. RUSSELL-8482.


Kendall PARKER was born in 1677.4544 Parents: Sergeant John PARKER-7002 and Hannah KENDALL-7003.

Spouse: Ruth -7243. Children were: Ruth PARKER-7244, Mary PARKER-7246.


Kendall PARKER was born in 1723 in Reading, Middlesex, MA.34168 He died in 1778 at the age of 55 in Dracut, Middlesex, MA.4544 Parents: Jonathan (Junior) PARKER Jr.-6987 and Anna FLINT-6988.

Spouse: Mary JONES-6999. Children were: Susannah PARKER-8959, Kendall PARKER-8961, Samuel PARKER-8963, Peter PARKER-8964.

Spouse: Priscilla AUSTIN-7000. Children were: Mary PARKER-8966, Elizabeth PARKER-8968, Jonathan PARKER-8970, Priscilla PARKER-8972, Daniel PARKER-8976, Nathan PARKER-8978.


Kendall PARKER was born in 1751.4544 Parents: Kendall PARKER-6993 and Mary JONES-6999.

Spouse: Dolly JONES-8962.


Kenneth Jake PARKER36628 was born in 1923.63468 He died in 2002 at the age of 79 in Weston, Jackson, LA.63468

Spouse: Roxie Lee TEMPLE-20095. Roxie Lee TEMPLE and Kenneth Jake PARKER were married before March 1944 in Edmond, Oklahoma, OK.63469


Keziah PARKER was born in 1805.4544 Parents: Obadiah PARKER-7390 and Elizabeth BATH-7392.


Keziah PARKER was born in 1821.4544 Parents: Timothy PARKER-7374 and Mary Ann MC GREGOR-7375.


Keziah PARKER was born in 1821.63470 Parents: Obadiah PARKER-7390 and Elizabeth BATH-7392.


Kim Leslie PARKER (private). Parents: Myron Floyd PARKER-3682 and Ellen Arline BROW-3696.

Spouse: James Herman DINGES-3908.


L. Belle PARKER was born in 1880.4544 Parents: William Charles Addison PARKER-8688 and Emma O. CRANDALL-8689.


La Fayette PARKER63471 was born on 10 September 1817 in Richford, Franklin, VT.30276,30277,30278,30279,63232 1870 Census cites La Fayette, age 54, Lucy, age 50, and daughter Carrie, age 9. Death certificate listed age at death at 68, which would have put birth in 1817. He appeared in the census in 1840 in Enosburg, Franklin, VT.63472 Enumerated with 1 m 20-30, 1 f 30-40. He moved in 1841 in Racine Co., WI.63473 In July 1850 La was a clerk in Racine, Racine, WI.30277 In June 1860 he was a county clerk in Mt. Pleasant, Racine, WI.30276 In July 1870 he was a pump manufacturer in Racine, Racine, WI.30279,63474 He manufactured pumps from 1864-1870. In June 1880 La was a lumber dealer in Racine, Racine, WI.30278 He lived Superior Street, 5th Ward in Racine, Racine, WI in 1885.63475 He died on 14 November 1885 at the age of 68 in Racine, Racine, WI.63232,63471,63475,63476 Died of a "disease of the heart." Racine, Racine, WI, date of death 14 Nov 1885. Certificate date 1 Dec 1885, date of registration 20 Jan 1886. La was a Financier in Racine, Racine, WI.63475 His parents were both from MA in 1880. He was the clerk of the circuit court in Racine Co., WI for 16 years.

Portrait and Biographical Album of Rock County, Wisconsin, Containing Full Page Portraits And Biographical Sketches Of Prominent And Representative Citizens Of The County, Together With Portraits And Biographies Of All The Governors Of The State, And Of The Presidents Of The United States.
(Acme Publishing Company, Chicago, IL, 1889), pp. 849-850.

LaFayette Parker, deceased, was born in Richmond, Vt., September 10, 1817, and died at his home in Racine, November 14, 1885, respected by all who knew him. He was one of fourteen children born unto Uriel and Barsheba (Gray) Parker, who spent their lives in Vermont. His father was a merchant and also owned a large farm in his native State. He spent many years in public office and was a popular and prominent man in the community where he resided.
The subject of this sketch spent his boyhood and youth in the usual way in which the time of farmer lads is occupied. He received only the educational advantages afforded by the common schools, but such was his application that he became a highly cultured man. In Richmond, Vt., he married Lucy M. Drury, the wedding being celebrated January 1, 1838. The lady was born in Highgate, Vt., October 1, 182O, and is a daughter of Daniel and Lucy M. (Marshall) Drury, natives of Rutland and Poultney, Vt., respectively. The father was a machinist by occupation and died when Mrs. Parker was but ten years of age. In the family were twelve children but she is the only one now living.
In 1841, Mr. Parker and his wife, travelling by way of the lakes, came to Racine. The weather was very stormy during the passage and it took three weeks to make the trip. About a week after their arrival, our subject fell, breaking a thigh and for two years the accident confined him to his home. Through the ignorance of the doctor who attended him, the bones were overlapped and the limb thus made shorter which caused a slight limp in his walk. During his illness, his financial resources ran very low and a letter, the postage on which was two shillings, remained in the post office two weeks before he had money enough to take it out. He obtained the necessary cash as payment for serving upon a jury. After he was once more enabled to work, Mr. Pendleton gave him an outfit for making small beer and Mrs. Parker, ever ready to help, did baking; thus they furnished lunch to the farmers, who at that time came from long distances to trade in Racine. On the 1st of January, 1848, Mr. Parker was made Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court, under his brother, I.G. Parker, who had come to the county with him. In 1854┬Ěhe was elected Circuit Clerk and held the office continuously until 1860, when failing health caused him to decline to again become a candidate for the office, but in 1862 he was brought forward once more, was elected by a good majority and served for one more term as Circuit Clerk, when he had to give up political life. During his service in that office he studied law and was admitted to the bar, although it was not his intention to practice, as he merely wished the legal knowledge to aid him in the discharge of his official duties. For a time, as a member of the firm of Parker & Winship he engaged in the manufacture or pumps, but their works were burned and he then abandoned that trade, embarking in the hardwood lumber business.
Politically, Mr. Parker was a Whig until the rise of the Republican party of which he became a staunch advocate. For some three or four years he was Alderman from the Fifth Ward and was a member and for two years had been President of the School Board. A warm-hearted, conscientious man, he won the love and respect of all. He attended and supported the Congregational Church, of which Mrs. Parker is still a member. As a business man he had few superiors and his advice was often sought by those who had estates to settle. In him the widow found a true friend and a ready helper. Many were the estates which he settled, among which that of Sidney A. Sage, Sr. He performed his last official act upon his deathbed, this being the signing of papers as secretary of the Taylor Orphan Asylum, of which he had been a director and secretary for four years. He died November 14, 1885, and in his death the community lost one of its best citizens.
Although Mr. And Mrs. Parker never had any children of their own they adopted two girls, one an orphan, Harriet N., who is now the wife of H. E. Rounds, editor and proprietor of the Rogers Park (Ill.) News. The other is now Mrs. Carrie Coulter, of Colorado. Mr. Parker lived in this country for forty-four years and such was his kind and genial disposition and such his ability that he won hosts of friends and the confidence of all. Mrs. Parker still survives him and is living at No. 952 Superior Street. She, too, has many warm friends throughout the community and is a lady possessing many excellencies of character. Parents: Ariel PARKER-302 and Barsheba GRAY-3747.

Spouse: Lucy K. DRURY-2703. Lucy K. DRURY and La Fayette PARKER were married about 1840 in Enosburg, Franklin, VT.30280 Children were: Harriet N. (Hattie) PARKER-56797, Carrie I. PARKER-2705.


Lafayette PARKER10810 was born on 19 January 1824. He died on 16 October 1865 at the age of 41 in Dumont, Clear Creek, CO. When he died there, it was known as Mill City. Parents: Walter PARKER-12273 and Roxa GILSON-12385.

Spouse: Rena OSBORNE-12394. Rena OSBORNE and Lafayette PARKER were married in 1865 in Durant, Cedar, IA.10810


Lamar B. PARKER28791 died.

Spouse: Iva DERRICK-73358. Iva DERRICK and Lamar B. PARKER were married. Children were: Lola Montez (Tez) PARKER-72996.


Laura PARKER (private). Parents: Francis Jackson PARKER-12324 and Elizabeth POSTEN-12343.

Spouse: Willias G. EMERSON-12353.

Spouse: BOIES-12354.


Laura PARKER was born in 1810 in Richford, Franklin, VT. She died in 1888 at the age of 78 in VT. Parents: Ariel PARKER-302 and Barsheba GRAY-3747.

Spouse: Charles W. CALDWELL-16228. Laura PARKER and Charles W. CALDWELL were married on 30 September 1832 in Castleton, Rutland, VT.20010


Laura A. PARKER was born in 1883.4544 Parents: Charles C. PARKER-9181 and Miranda GREEN-9182.

Spouse: W. M. THURBER-9249.


Laura Ann PARKER was born in 1856 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.4544 She died in 1857 at the age of 1.4544 Parents: Hollis Gardner PARKER-7997 and Laura A. GOODRICH-7998.


Laura Birge PARKER was born in 1851 in Tinmouth, Rutland, VT.4544 Parents: Charles Carroll PARKER-9156 and Elizabeth M. FLEMING-9197.

Spouse: Francis Augustus WILBER-9203. Laura Birge PARKER and Francis Augustus WILBER were married in 1880.4544 Children were: Charles P. WILBER-9287, Francis E. WILBER-9288, Mary C. WILBER-9289, Laura E. WILBER-9290.


Laura Lucinda PARKER15304 was born on 12 June 1835 in Belmont, Allegany, NY. Parents: Francis PARKER-12272 and Rhoda CHAPLIN-12321.

Spouse: Henry C. BAKER-12379. Laura Lucinda PARKER and Henry C. BAKER were married on 22 October 1862 in Inland, Cedar, IA.10810 Children were: Charles J. BAKER-12380, Kate BAKER-12381, Elizabeth BAKER-12382, Frederick BAKER-12383, Carrie BAKER-12384.


Laura M. PARKER was born in 1858.4544 Parents: Freeman S. PARKER-9483 and Frances M. CHENEY-9484.


Laurens PARKER was born in 1824.4544 He died in 1853 at the age of 29.4544 Parents: Jonathan PARKER-7424 and Susannah (Suzie) BANCROFT-46674.

Spouse: Clarissa K. THOMPSON-7453. Children were: Laurens PARKER-7454.


Laurens PARKER was born in 1853.4544 Parents: Laurens PARKER-7452 and Clarissa K. THOMPSON-7453.


Laurens PARKER was born in 1854.4544 She died in 1854 at the age of 0.4544 Parents: Daniel PARKER-7434 and Mary E. WAY-7435.


Lavinia PARKER (private). Parents: William PARKER-7307 and Sarah DAMON-9511.

Spouse: Daniel NICHOLS-9117. Children were: Howard P. NICHOLS-9118, Hartwell NICHOLS-9119, Wyman NICHOLS-9120.


Lawrence Riley PARKER14585 was born on 1 May 1841 in Delaware, Delaware, OH. Parents: Riley PARKER-11419 and Catherine MARQUIT-11487.


Lawton Barrett PARKER14585 was born on 22 May 1843 in Delaware, Delaware, OH. He died in 1863 at the age of 20 in Vicksburg, Warren, MS.14585 Possible casualty of Civil War. Parents: Riley PARKER-11419 and Catherine MARQUIT-11487.


Lee Raymond PARKER (private). Parents: Robert D. PARKER-8010 and Sarah HAWES-8011.


Lem M. PARKER was born in April 1872 in TX.4669 He appeared in the census in June 1900 in Milbourne, Mc Culloch, TX.4669

Spouse: Maggie M. -59534. Maggie M. and Lem M. PARKER were married. Children were: Alvin William (Willie) PARKER-30876.


Dr. Lemuel PARKER (private). Parents: Elijah PARKER-11375.


Lemuel PARKER8449 was born on 3 February 1734/5. Parents: Samuel PARKER-11950 and Sarah HOUGHTON-12025.

Spouse: Betty NICHOLS-12031. Betty NICHOLS and Lemuel PARKER were married in 1761.8449 Children were: Lemuel PARKER-12032, Samuel PARKER-12033, Sarah PARKER-12034.


Lemuel PARKER8449 was born in 1747. Parents: Samuel PARKER-12036 and Mary LAKIN-12041.


Lemuel PARKER33875 was born on 6 November 1756. Parents: Solomon PARKER-12040 and Hepsibeth DOUGLAS-12105.


Lemuel PARKER8449 was born in 1762. Parents: Lemuel PARKER-12029 and Betty NICHOLS-12031.