|Wayne Nelson Parker (#46945352)|
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|I have been doing genealogy research since 1991 I have traced many of my lines back to the early 1600 in VA. William Parker who first came to American in 1616 and returned to England, then come back in 1621.He made both trips in the ship Charles. I am a member of the Parker Y-DNA Project FG#7.I also trace the following Y-DNA Families Williams FG#22, Cotton FG#7, Harris FG#6, Morrow FG#1|
I also have many of the early families that came to Montgomery,Carroll,Webster and Choctaw Counties in MS in my file.
If you are kin to someone where I have left flowers then then is a high percentage that person is in my Database. I also leave flowers for my friends.
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|Beth Austin||RE: Connecting family members|
Hi Wayne, so good to hear from you. How are you and Zula?
|Edward L. Williams||RE: Jesse T Beasley #57168392|
Thanks, I removed the post about the error. ..ed
|James Coston||RE: Jesse T. Beasly #57168392|
Wow, that is a lot to digest.
My info was provided by Find A Grave member Sue Lilly but rather than contacting her, more red tape, HA ! How about, since your related and you've already done considerable research,
How about I reassign the memorial to U. !
|Beth Austin||Ann Ayers Fulcher|
I see your edit for Ann Ayers Fulcher. Was her maiden name not Ayers?
My Daddy's mother was a Parker. And yes they were from Alva, Ms. He had three brothers one died young Parker, Reba and Huby batchlors. Reba was killed when a propane truck went off the road and hit him while he was mowing grass on a tractor. Huby died alone.Daddy had surgery and the surgeon cut his lung and by the time they found it it was too late. I have a brother Charles Darrell Jacks. We live side by side in Deep South Louisiana. Raised in Mississippi. Darrell birthday 8/4/1955 Rolling Fork, Ms. Mine 4/29/47. He was married to Phyllis Jeene Wheeler from St Bayou, Ms We have a camp there and often come stay. Would love to meet with you. My em is email@example.com.
Added by Bimbi on Mar 30, 2017 12:13 PM
|NICOLE PENA||Database Inquiry|
Dear Mr. Parker,
I was doing an update on my ancestral records and noticed in the Find-A-Grave website you had left a memorial flower on my maternal great grandfather's page. He was W.R. (William Robert "Bob") Carson buried in the Belzoni City Cemetery in Belzoni, Humphreys County, Mississippi. The note under your profile indicated that you might have information in your database on this person. If you have anything on the Carson family from Holmes, Yazoo, and Humphreys Counties in Mississippi, Carsons in Louisiana, or Carsons in South Carolina, I would greatly appreciate you emailing it to me.
Thank you very much,
|BARBARA HARTLEY||RE: Tobitha Ann Parker Hartley #93445687|
Remember this is 2 separate Parker families.Tobitha comes from another set. Isn't my son lucky to have 2 different sets of Parkers? Thanks for all you do. Barbara
|BARBARA HARTLEY||Tobitha Ann Parker Hartley #93445687|
Thanks for the flowers to my husband's G-Grandmother. I had been following your Parker History sight but had not become a member - you see
I, to, am a Parker off of Penelope Scalf and Joseph Parker. I believe Joseph to be a son of Jonathan Parker from Surry Co., N. C. who made his will on 27 June 1808. He lists children: William, John, Jesse, Joseph, Jonathan, Squire, Sally, Betsy and Polly. Most of these names came on down into Habersham co Ga. (Boys names).
Any comment or input world be great.
Barbara Parker Hartley
|sandra caffey neal||RE: Susannah Hudson Hightower|
Wayne hat is the name that I have also, but didn't kno for sure if it was or not. He was a kinsman of Henry Hudson, the explorer, that founded the Hudson River. I am trying to make sure that my ancester is kin to him.
|sandra caffey neal||Susannah Hudson Hightower|
Wayne, can you tell me who were Susannah Hudson Hightower's parents Were?
Sandra Caffey Neal
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