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Parker family

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Family of Isaac Parker by Parker family( )

1 edition published in 1857 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contains genealogical information on the descendants of Isaac Parker
by Parker (Family :( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, social diary (1882), accounts, marriage settlements, recipe book, receipt book, photos, genealogical material, and legal papers, including title searches (1860) concerning Parker family plantations. Topics include life on Sullivan's Island, civilian life in Alabama and South Carolina during the Civil War, and family matters. Persons represented include Louis D. DeSaussure (b. ca. 1820), Josiah Clark Nott (1804-1873), Amelia Nott Parker (1824-1892), her husband, William McKenzie Parker (1825-1861), sons, William McKenzie Parker (1848-1865), DeSaussure Davis Parker (1851-1876), and Henry Nott Parker (1853-1902), and her daughter, Sarah Peronneau Dehon (b. 1849)
Clues beyond Sherlock Holmes : an exhibit of the Parker family Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Collection at Michigan, April 27 - August 29, 2008 by Clues Beyond Sherlock Holmes( Book )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Parker-Ripley family correspondence( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Several hundred love letters between Charles E. Parker (1839-1924), of Vergennes, Vt., and Agnes (Ripley) Parker (1844-1917), originally of West Rutland, Vt., written before and after their marriage in 1866. Includes information relating to family members, their feelings about each other, health, and separations caused by business trips and other travels
by Parker (Family :( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Shipping papers (1799-1844) reflecting trade conducted with the West Indies, Europe, and the U.S. East Coast, contain ships' papers of schooner/brig Argo, brig Orient, and other vessels owned by the Parkers, including correspondence of William, Jr., relating to his activities as ship captain, and information pertaining to cargo prices and the capture of the brig Alert by French privateers in 1799; and correspondence of William and William, Jr., with foreign and domestic merchants, business associates, and ship captains. William B. Parker's (1772-1844) papers (1800-1845) include correspondence relating to his investments and leather tanning activities, letters from his wife's family, the Watsons, and financial papers containing accounts and receipts generated from his administration of various estates and bills concerning Abraham W. Parker's stay in the McLean Asylum for the Insane (Belmont, Mass.). Family papers (1762-1845) contain financial papers of William B. Parker, Jr. (b. 1801), his brother, Abraham W. Parker (1811-1845), and other family members, including correspondence of William, Jr., written as master of the brigs Argo, Effort, and Mercator; correspondence of the Watson family, of Portland, Me., regarding family affairs and property owned in Windham, Me.; legal and financial papers concerning the estates of Samuel Phippen, Sarah and Mary Hathorne, and John Watson (1747-1813, father-in-law of William B. Parker, Sr.); and papers of other family members
Parker-Bellamy family papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, diaries, legal agreements, eulogies, clippings, and other printed materials, relating to Alexander Campbell Parker, his wife, Azora (Hubbell) Parker, and their social life and activities with Disciples of Christ Church; their daughter, Marie Laura (Parker) Bellamy (d. 1909), her studies and social life at Hiram College, and her activities as a volunteer social worker at Hiram House Social Settlement; her husband, George Albert Bellamy (1872-1960), and his activities as a social worker and founder of Hiram House Social Settlement in Cleveland, Ohio; their daughter Laura and her social life and travels to Europe; Bellamy's second wife, Clara (Horn) Bellamy; and Miss Mary Hescock, a Hiram, Ohio, landlady. Includes correspondence and documents gathered by George Bellamy for genealogical research on the Bellamy family
Papers by Parker (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Also included are letters from Caroline Willing to Dr. Edward Peace protesting his forbidden courtship ca. 1838; notes to Anna Coleman (who would marry first C.C. Parker and second Dr. Peace), mostly from Ellen S. Rand urging Anna to turn from her wicked ways, ca. 1840; Edward Peace financial memoranda, 1845-1857, and account books and letterpress book relating to his estate, 1879-1887, James Rawle and John W. Watts executors; personal letters to Joseph Peace, 1830 and Washington Peace ledger, 1843-1848; Rawle? James Rawle letterpress book, 1885-1887, of legal and personal business; and miscellaneous Rawle family papers relating to mostly real estate interests
Hilon A. Parker family papers by Parker family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection is made up of correspondence, diaries, documents, ephemera, and other items related to Hilon A. Parker and other members of the Parker family. The papers reflect Hilon A. Parker's life in Plessis, New York; his service in the 10th New York Heavy Artillery Regiment during the Civil War; and his postwar work as a railroad engineer and administrator
Parker family papers by Parker (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

There is also a series of letters from Edmund Parker, a tally clerk in City Point, Va., to his family. Included is a letter from Sam W. Torrey in City Point, Va., to "Parker," November 18, 1964; and a letter to "Laura" from W.P. Dillingham, Washington, D.C., March 24, 1921
Papers of the Waties and Parker families by Waties (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers (1834 and 1853-1884, 1931, 1934, 1972), chiefly family correspondence, tax receipts, business papers, Confederate currency, and Civil War letters of John Waties written from Charleston (S.C.), Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia, to his wife, Frances Augusta Parker Waties. Also includes fragments from the Srat of the West Battery
Parker-Holmes-Rollins family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the interrelated Parker, Holmes, and Rollins families, including family correspondence, legal papers, and genealogical material. Included are letters to Jacob Parker and other members of the Parker family of Malden, Mass., 1801-1842; other family and personal correspondence; estate inventories and accounts; deeds for land in Malden; obituaries and other printed matter; and genealogical notes and charts. Among the correspondents are Elvira F. Veasey, Edward R. Rollins, Frederick William Rollins, Adelaide Frances (Holmes) Rollins, and Frances Rollins
Records by Mass.) First Parish (Groton( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Records (1764-1883) of the First Church of Groton, Mass., include annual reports of the Groton Ministerial Fund, bonds posted by the Fund's trustees, and applications for loans from the Fund. Originating from the bequest of Josiah Sartell, the Fund was loaned in varying amounts to individuals who pledged real estate as security, and the interest was used to pay the salary of the Church's minister. The collection contains extensive notes, correspondence, and other papers concerning the conflict between supporters of the orthodox Rev. Daniel Chaplin and a faction that retained control of Church property. A collection of Groton deeds (1713-1818), many relating to property owned by the Parker family, is also included
Parker Family Collection by Parker family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Parker Family Collection contains materials related to a northwest pioneer family
by Parker (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Parker Family papers by Parker Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters of Anna Stainton Parker and of Florence Parker of Geneva to their son and brother Evans S. Parker, at school in Albany and at St. John's Military Academy, Delafield, Wisconsin, 1895-97; diaries of Anna Stainton Parker and of Florence Parker, 1870's and '80's; family photographs; programs from the Geneva Classical and Union School and from Hobart College; and clippings
Parker family correspondence and papers by Parker (Family :( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Primarily correspondence of the Parker family of Norwich, Connecticut, particularly that of Timothy Parker (1836-1905) with his first wife, Sallie A. Waterman Parker; his mother, Betsey M. Parker; sisters, Sarah and Lydia; and his second wife, Clementine Moseley Parker; as well as papers concerning his Civil War service. Also includes letters to Sarah Fitch Parker from her husband, John Parker, and her son, Timothy Parker (1804-1832). Contains correspondence of Timothy Parker (1736-1797) to his wife and children while involved in the West India trade
Parker family genealogy by Parker family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Genealogical notes on the descendants of Abraham Parker
Parker family photograph series by Parker family( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Ambrotype portrait of Elizabeth L. Parker
 
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Loyal to the land : the legendary Parker RanchGenealogy and biographical notes of John Parker of Lexington and his descendants, showing his earlier ancestry in America from Dea. Thomas Parker of Reading, Mass., from 1635 to 1893
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