|Birth: ||Aug. 10, 1887|
|Death: ||Jul. 16, 1971|
Part of Parker Y-DNA FG#7
James Epps Parker, age 83, died July 16 at the Kilmichael Hospital. He was a retired farmer and a resident of Winona.
Funeral services were held at Lee Funeral Home chapel, Rev R. L. Wilcutt officiating. Burial was in Scotland cemetery, Lee in charge.
Surviving are five children, Ralph Parker, Charles Parker, and Conger Parker, all of Winona; Mrs. Ruby Littleton, Marvel, Arkansas: and Mrs. Montyne Gentry, Jackson: 14 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Joe Russell, Homer Holly, Roy Nail, Owen Carpenter, J. D. Sykes and Edward Orsborn.
The Winona Times
July 22, 1971
Thanks you Beth Austin (#46931774) for the obituary.
JAMES "JIM" EPPS9 PARKER (JAMES "JIM" H.8, RICHARD7, ELIJAH6, JONATHAN5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born August 10, 1887 in Webster, Co. Miss, and died July 16, 1971 in Kilmichael, MS.. He married HOMIE AMANDA JOHNSON October 24, 1907 in Montgomery Co, MS, daughter of JOHN JOHNSON and MARTHA HARRIS. She was born February 18, 1886 in Montgomery Co. Miss., and died July 18, 1968 in Winona, MS..
Known as Jim and to his grandchildren as Pa.
Loved and missed by all.
1939, Attended the Rose-Parker-Harris-Williams Families Reunion in 1939 in the home of Marion Rose Ingram in Alva, MS Note: from files of Wayne N. Parker who is kin to all four families.
James H Parker (1834 - 1910)
Sarah Hemphill Parker (1854 - 1914)
Homie Amanda Johnson Parker (1886 - 1968)
James Calvin Parker (1908 - 1967)*
Harris Parker (1910 - 1950)*
Fannie Emerson Parker (1912 - 1914)*
Ralph Carl Parker (1917 - 1985)*
Charles Hemphill Parker (1922 - 2008)*
Will Conger Parker (1924 - 1998)*
Montyne Parker Turner (1927 - 2013)*
Richard H. Parker (1880 - 1962)*
James Epps Parker (1887 - 1971)
Scotland Baptist Church Cemetery
Maintained by: Wayne Nelson Parker
Originally Created by: Ron Collins
Record added: Oct 31, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22591408
Added: May. 21, 2014
Added: May. 4, 2014
Pa,you were one of the most unique people I have ever known. I loved your stories of Sack Billy and many other colorful folks. You would ask us to look you in the eye so you could tell if we were lying or not. I never could keep a straight face, and now ...(Read more)|
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