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Margaret E. Parker Blake
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Birth: Dec., 1838
New Jersey, USA
Death: Feb. 10, 1923
District Of Columbia, USA

Additional information provided by stevo:

Margaret was the daughter of Joseph Parker and Elizabeth (Cline) Parker (1818 - 17 Oct 1870). Joseph and Elizabeth were also the parents of John Shaw Parker (born 1840). John was born in Mount Holly, Burlington County, New Jersey.

Joseph Parker died between 1855 and 1860, and Elizabeth and her children moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Additional information provided by Paula Falvey:

I have a correction and a little more info on Margaret E Parker. She was first married to William Livezey on Feb 13 1854 in PA. His parents were Jonathan Livezey and Euphemia Powers of Bucks County PA. Two children are listed in the 1860 census of Philadelphia - Elizabeth born in 1854 and Harry in 1859.

Margaret's 2nd marriage was to Francis Blake on Dec 17 1864. There were no children born to this union.

Elizabeth Euphemia Livezey's marriage to William F Falvey from the DC Archives:
District of Columbia - William Falvey of New York and Elizabeth Livsley of Washington DC married on 16th day of July 1877 by Rev William J Floyd of First MP Church 500 Virginia Ave SE, Washington DC.

Margaret [1st] William Livezey (born c.1828) on Feb 13 1854. He was born in Maryland.

In the 1860 U.S. Census, William and Margaret were living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Margaret [2nd] married Francis Edward Blake ["Frank"] (1832/33 - 12 Oct 1906) on 17 Dec 1864 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Francis was born in Massachusetts. He served as First Lieutenant/Commissary of Subsistence. Co. F & S, 1st Regiment, Michigan Cavalry, U.S. Army, during the Civil War.

In the 1880 U.S. Census, Frank and Margaret were living in Washington, DC, and he was a "cabinet maker."

In 1894, Frank was admitted to the U.S. National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Hampton, Virginia. His contact was his daughter, Elizabeth Falvey.

In the 1900 and 1920 U.S. Censuses, Margaret was living in Washington, DC, with the family of her daughter, Elizabeth E. (Livezey) Falvey.
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  Francis E Blake (____ - 1906)
  Elizabeth E. Livezey Falvey (1854 - 1939)*
*Calculated relationship
Congressional Cemetery
District of Columbia
District Of Columbia, USA
Plot: R89/318a
Created by: myta
Record added: Jul 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 73458229
Margaret E. <i>Parker</i> Blake
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