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GENEALOGY OF THE PARKER FAMILIES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE (and NEW ENGLAND)


Regarding this genealogy... I am NOT a Parker descendant. Please do not ask me to perform your research for you. (That should be the "fun" part, in researching it yourself). I am not responsible for the accuracy of this genealogy. I have noted some of the sources at the bottom of the page.

I have collected, compiled, researched and finally documented multiple PARKER families, mostly those who lived in the MERRIMACK, LITCHFIELD, BEDFORD, AMHERST area, in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Most of these families lines originated in Massachusetts. An "+" notation before a name indicates that further lineage is traced in this document. Please consider this information copyrighted by the webmaster.

Please note that there were at least FIVE separate PARKER families who lived in southern New Hampshire. I have not determined that all of them were related to each other. For more information on the early Parker Families in America see http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~jennin/ParkerInAmerica.html or use the HeritageQuest service (either through your local library, or through a membership in one of the larger historical societies (and look up the book "Parker Families in America."). This compilation did not use the before mentioned book, but did use some of the original sources mentioned in that publication.


In order to understand the connection of several of these Parker Families, I have provided some earlier history.

Children of John & Anna/Ann Parker of Essex England
1. +Thomas Parker, b 1609 [continued at PARKER FAMILY # 6 & 7 below]
2. John Parker, b. 1615; in 1640 found in Woburn MA
3. +Capt. James Parker, b. 1617 [continued at PARKER FAMILY #2 below]
4. +Abraham Parker, b 1618/19 Essex England, d 1685 Chelmsford MA, m. Rose Whitlock [his descendants are numerous, see IMMEDIATELY below]
5. Joseph Parker, b. 1622, immigrated to US, in Woburn MA 1640
6. Anne Parker, b. 1623/23
7. +Jacob Parker, b. 1626 [continued at PARKER FAMILY #4 below]
8. Joshua Parker, b. 1630

Abraham-1 Parker is first found in Woburn MA where he m. and where four of his children were born. As early as 1655 he removed to the newly formed town of Chelmsford MA where he d. 12 Aug 1685. He m. 18 Nov 1644 to Rose Whitlock. She d. 13/30 Nov 1691. Both left wills.
Children of Abraham & Rose (Whitlock) Parker:
1. Ann Parker, b. 29 Oct 1645, prob d. young
2. +John Parker, b. 30 Oct 1647
3. Abraham Parker, b. 8 March 1650, d. 20 Oct 1651
4. Mary Parker, b. 20 Nov 1655; m. James Parker, son of Capt James
5. Moses Parker
6. Isaac Parker, b. 13 Sep 1660
7. Elizabeth Parker, b. 10 Apr 1663; m. James PIERCE of Woburn MA
8. Lydia Parker, bap 18 Feb 1665-6, m. John KIDDER of Chelmsford MA
9. Jacob Parker, b. 24 March 1669, probably died young.

John-2 Parker (Abraham-1), b. 30 Oct 1647; resided in Chelmsford MA. He m 4 June 1678 to Mary Danforth, dau of Capt. Jonathan & Elizabeth (Poulter) Danforth. Capt. Danforth was a land surveyor of Billerica MA. John d. 14 Apr 1699, and his wife Mary was administratrix of his estate. She died by 15 May 1732 when administration of her own estate was granted.
Children of John & Mary (Danforth) Parker:
1. + John Parker, called the eldest son
2. Elizabeth Parker, b. 30 May 1680, unmarried in 1731
3. Jonathan Parker, b. 2 Jan 1683. He d. bef 17 March 1723-4 when his sister sold her rights in his estate to their brother John.
4. Thomas Parker, b. 18 Dec 1685
5. Samuel Parker, b. 10 March 1687-8.
6. Mary Parker, b. 4 Apr 1690, m. Samuel Woods
7. Anna Parker, b. 30 Apr 1692, m. Thomas Crosby
8. Lydia Parker, b. 13 Apr 1694, m. Henry Blaisdell
9. Josiah Parker, b. 10 Jan 1696-7; d. 20 Jan 1698

John-3 Parker (John-2, Abraham-1) son of John & Mary (Danforth) Parker, resided in Chelmsford MA, and d. 20 Feb 1741-42. The settlement of his estate mentions children, John, Jonathan, Jacob and Samuel. He married Rebecca/Rebeckah --, who d. 21 Feb 1741-42.
Children of John & Rebecka Parker
1. John Parker, b. 13 Jan 1711-12 Chelmsford MA; prob married Hannah -- and d. about 1763, leaving children Ephraim, Oliver, Isaac and Hannah.
2. Jonathan Parker, b. 2 June 1714 Chelmsford MA, 'son of John and Rebecah'; probably m. Joanna -- and d. about 1745
3. Rebecca Parker, b. 22 June 1719
4. +Jacob Parker, b 15 Dec 1720-21 Chelmsford MA, Died "in Grate Battle," at Lake
5. Samuel Parker, b. 1 June 1723 Chelsmford MA
6. +William Parker, b. 26 Jan 1725 in Chelmsford MA, 'son of John and Rebeca'; d. 27 Jan 1739
7. Esther Parker, b. 25 July 1726 in Chelsmford MA
8. Isaac Parker, b. 14 Nov 1728, d. 17 Feb 1741-42

Jacob-4 Parker (John-3, John-2, Abraham-1) b. 15 Dec 1720-21 in Chelmsford, son of John and Rebecka Parker; a will of Jacob Parker of Chelmsford was probated in 1756; the Chelmsford MA records show (undated) the death of Jacob, s. John and Rebeckah, "in the Grate Battle," at Lake]. He married Rachel -- bef 1741. After his death, his widow married John Spaulding.
Children of Jacob & Rachel Parker of Chelmsford MA:
1. Rachel Parker, b. 4 April 1741, baptized 21 Sep 1742
2. [child] Parker, buried 29 Nov 1744 Chelmsford MA records
3. +Ebenezer Parker, b. 6 Dec 1748 Chelmsford MA records [continued at PARKER FAMILY #1 below]

William-4 Parker (John-3, John-2, Abraham-1) son of John and Rebeckah Parker, b. 26 Jan 1725 in Chelmsford MA; m. 3 Apr 1751 in Chelmsford MA to Sarah FOSTER, dau of Moses Foster. She b. in Carlisle MA
Children of William & Sarah (Foster) Parker:
1. +William Parker, b. 7 Oct 1751 in Carlisle MA

William-5 Parker (William-4, John-3, John-2, Abraham-1) son of William and Sarah (Foster) Parker. He was b. 7 Oct 1751 in Carlisle MA. He married 14 Jan 1781 (intentions 22 Sep 1780 in Carlisle MA) in Carlisle MA to Lucy SPAULDING, dau of Job & Lydia (Barrett) Spaulding. She b. 31 May 1757 and d. 7 Nov 1825 both in Carlisle MA.
Children of William & Lucy (Spaulding) Parker:
1. Lucy Parker, b. 8 Feb 1781 Carlisle MA records
2. +William Parker, b. 28 Dec 1782 Carlisle MA records, d. 1875 in New Boston NH [continued at PARKER FAMILY #3 below]
3. Polly Parker, b. 21 March 1785 Carlisle MA records
4. Eli Parker, b. 22 Apr 1787 in Carlisle MA; d. 14 Sep 1877 in Chelmsford MA, married twice
5. Lydia Parker, b. 30 Dec 1789 in Carlisle MA; m. 24 March 1816 in Carlisle MA to Ephraim HARWOOD "of Westford MA"
6. Asa Parker, b. 4 May 1792 in Carlisle MA
7. Sally Parker, b. 21 Aug 1796 Carlisle MA records
8. John Parker, b. 3 Sep 1798 Carlisle MA records

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PARKER FAMILY #1
DESCENDANTS OF EBENEZER PARKER OF CHELMSFORD MA & MERRIMACK NH
(see ancestors of this line at top of page)

Normally generations are indicated by the immigrant ancestor. In this case, in the first PARKER family shown here, Ebenezer Parker, although not the immigrant ancestor, is being designated generation #1, and he apparently is the first generation of his family to remove to the area now known as Merrimack NH.

***FIRST GENERATION***

Ebenezer-1 Parker, b. 6 Dec 1748 in Chelmsford Mass, son of Jacob and Rachel Parker of Chelmsford MA [Chelmsford MA records]; removed to Merrimack NH, and m. Keziah, dau of Benjamin & Elizabeth (Taylor) Hassell (Keziah's oldest sister was the first white child born in Merrimack). She b. 7 May 1746 in Merrimack NH. He d. in Merrimack NH, 16 April, 1804, age 51 and his wife died 24 Feb 1816, age 68. He and his wife are buried in Turkey Hill Cemetery, Merrimack NH. Ebenezer Parker served Merrimack NH as Surveyor of Highways, Selectman and Town Clerk. In 1781 he is listed in Tax List District #1.
Children of Ebenezer & Keziah (Hassell) Parker:
1. +John Parker, b. 15 June 1774 Merrimack NH; m1) Hitty B. Wilkins; m2) Sarah McCain
2. +Benjamin Parker, b. 17 June 1776 Merrimack NH; m. Elizabeth Gibson
3. Willard Parker, b. 19 Aug 1778 Merrimack NH, died young
4. +Jesse/Jessie Parker, b. 2 May 1782 Merrimack NH; m. Jane Moor
5. Rachel Parker, b. 3 March 1785 in Merrimack NH; m. -- Mills. Two of their sons, David and Cyrus Mills, became ministers, the former settling in Peoria and the latter a missionary in Ceylon.
6. Joseph Parker, b. 2 June 1786 in Merrimack NH
7. +Elizabeth "Betsey" Parker, b. 29 Feb 1788 in Merrimack NH; m. David Nichols
8. +Willard Parker, b. 14 April 1790 in Merrimack NH; m. Anna Riddle

***SECOND GENERATION**

John-2 Parker (Ebenezer-1), son of Ebenezer & Keziah (Hassell) Parker, b. 15 June 1774 in Merrimack NH; m1) 8 Oct 1795 Hitty Bradford Wilkins; he m2) 15 March 1803 Sarah McCain of Bedford NH.
Children (by 1st wife) of John & Hitty B. (Wikins) Parker:
1. Nabby Smith Parker, b. 28 Dec 1795 in Merrimack NH
2. John Parker, b. 10 Aug 1797; m. Cornelia M. Sawyer. She b. 1836. He died 4 Feb 1857 in Merrimack NH, and is buried in Reeds Cemetery, Merrimack NH.
3. Elizabeth Moor Parker, baptized 8 June 1800 in Merrimack NH

Benjamin-2 Parker (Ebenezer-1), son of Ebenezer & Keziah (Hassell) Parker, b. 17 June 1776 Merrimack NH; m. 12 Feb 1805 to Elizabeth Gibson, dau of Samuel & Elizabeth (Stewart) Gibson. She b. 23 Aug 1779 in Merrimack NH
Children of Benjamin & Elizabeth (Gibson) Parker:
1. Benjamin Parker, b. 1810, d. 10 May 1845 Merrmack NH

Jesse/Jessie-2 Parker (Ebenezer-1), son of Ebenezer & Keziah (Hassell) Parker, b. 2 May 1782 in Merrimack NH; m. 31 Oct 1809 to Jane Moor(e), dau of John and Betsey (Miller) Moore. She b. 23 Feb 1781. He d. 27 Nov 1824 aged 42. She d. 27 May 1863.
Children of Jesse & Jane (Moor) Parker:
1. Keziah Parker, b. 29 Jan 1811, m. Samuel Patten [see Bedford History]
2. Jane Parker, b. 6 May 1812, m. James McPherson [see Bedford History]
3. +Jesse Parker, b. 3 Apr 1814 in Bedford NH
4. Ebenezer Parker, b. 1820, d. 1834
5. +Thomas Parker, b. 17 Apr 1822

Elizabeth "Betsey"-2 Parker (Ebenezer-1), dau of Ebenezer & Keziah (Hassell) Parker b. 29 Feb 1788 in Merrimack NH; m. David Nichols
Child of David & Elizabeth/Betsey (Parker) NICHOLS:
1. Matthew Parker NICHOLS, b. 11 Jan 1818 in Merrimack NH, d. 13 Sep 1894 in Merrimack, NH, m. Sarah Ann Anderson

Willard-2 Parker (Ebenezer-1) son of Ebenezer & Keziah (Hassell) Parker, was b. 14 April 1790; settled in Bedford NH; married 16 March 1820 to Anna Riddle, dau of Hugh and Anna Maria Riddle. She b. 3 March 1795. He d. 29 April 1873 and she d. 7 Oct 1876.
Children of Willard & Anna (Riddle) Parker:
1. +Anna/Ann Maria Parker, b. 3 July 1821
2. +John Orr Parker
3. Sarah Riddle Parker; m. John U. French [see Bedford History]
4. +Margaret Patten Parker, b. 26 March 1830; m. George B. Shattuck
5. Robert Riddle Parker, b. 20 March 1834, d. 28 Apr 1834
6. +Willard "William" Clinton Parker

***THIRD GENERATION***

Jesse Parker-3 (Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1), son of Jesse & Jane (Moor) Parker, b. 3 April 1814 in Bedford NH; a farmer and brick maker, resided Merrimack, Plaistow and again in Merrimack NH about 1855. He m. about 1842 to Lydia Curtis. She was b. Oct 1819. He died 9 Sep 1861 and she d. in Manchester NH 7 Sep 1878.
Children of Jesse & Lydia (Curtis) Parker
1. +DeWitt C. Parker, b. 24 Oct 1843 in Merrimack NH
2. +Sarah J. Parker, b. 20 May 1845 in Merrimack NH
3. +Corwin J. Parker b. 10 Feb 1847 in Merrimack NH
4. +Lydia Jane Parker, b. 16 June 1850 in Plaistow NH
5. +George Tom Parker, b. 19 Sep 1852 in Plaistow NH
6. Mary S/L Parker, b. 2 July 1856 in Merrimack NH, d. 2 Aug 1861

Thomas-3 Parker (Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1) son of Jesse & Jane (Moor) Parker, was b. 17 Apr 1822 in Bedford NH; m. Alma Goodnow. She b. 19 Oct 1822 in Unity NH. He served three years in the Civil War in Company G., 3rd NH Artillery. He went to California in 1852 and died there February 1865. His wife died July 1869 in Lowell MA.
Children of Thomas & Alma (Goodnow) Parker:
1. +Jesse H. Parker, b. 31 Dec 1843 Lowell NH
2. +Alma J. Parker, b. 11 May 1847 in Lowell NH
3. Frank T. Parker, b. 17 Apr 1850; unm.

Matthew Parker-3 NICHOLS (Elizabeth "Betsey"-2 Parker, Ebenezer-1), son of David & Elizabeth/Betsey (Parker) NICHOLS, b. 11 Jan 1818 in Merrimack NH, d. 13 Sep 1894 in Merrimack, NH, buried in Last Rest Cemetery Merrimack NH; m. 31 Dec 1840, Sarah Ann Anderson, dau of Robert* Anderson. She b. 31 Jan 1817, d. 9 March 1861 in Merrimack NH, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH.
Children of Matthew P. & Sarah A. (Anderson) NICHOLS:
1. Ellen Frances NICHOLS, b. 26 Sep 1844, d. 15 Jan 1845 in Merrimack NH; buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
2. Matthew Henry NICHOLS, b. abt 1847, in 1850 census with parents in Merrimack NH
3. Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie S." NICHOLS, bap. 5 July 1857 Merrimack NH; m. 14 Apr 1881 to Thomas D. LUCE
4. Harriet "Hattie"Anderson NICHOLS, b. 1859, d. 28 Apr 1944; m. Dr. Royal PRESCOTT of Nashua NH
5. Henry M. NICHOLS, d. 18 Feb 1902, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH (Henry is listed in "History of Merrimack NH, but not shown as a child in 1850-1870 censuses)

Anna Maria-3 Parker (Willard-2, Ebenezer-1), dau of Willard & Anna (Riddle) Parker was b. 3 July 1821; married 1842 to Nathan H. Richardson. She d. 7 Sep 1863 in Woburn MA. He d. Nov 1894 in Newburg NY.
Children of Nathan H. & Anna Maria (Parker) Richardson:
1. Sarah Maria RICHARDSON, died young
2. Annie RICHARDSON, died young

John Orr-3 Parker (Willard-2, Ebenezer-1), son of Willard & Anna (Riddle) Parker, was b. 23 March 1824; m1) Nov 1847 Annis C. Cochrane of New Boston. She d. March 1854. He m2) 1 Jan 1857 to Nancy A. Vose. She b. 13 Aug 1829. He d. 17 Feb 1890
Children (by 1st marr) of John Orr & Annis C. (Cochrane) Parker:
1. Mary Elizabeth Parker, b. 1849, d. 1858
2. +William Boyd Parker, b. 4 July 1853

Margaret Patten-3 Parker (Willard-2, Ebenezer-1) dau of Willard & Anna (Riddle) Parker, b. 26 March 1830; m. George B. Shattuck of Bedford NH. She d. 17 June 1871 and he d. 20 Jan 1901.
Children of George B. & Margaret Patten (Parker) SHATTUCK:
1. Charles P. SHATTUCK, b. 1856, d. 1856
2. Mary SHATTUCK, b. 1859; m. Charles BUTLER, and had one ch, George S. BUTLER, b. 9 July 1881

Willard Clinton-3 Parker (Willard-2, Ebenezer-1), son of Willard & Anna (Riddle) Parker, b. 4 Aug 1835; m. 1858 Sarah Elizabeth Hall, dau of Benjamin & Sarah M. (Atwood) Hall. She b. 21 May 1839. He d. 23 July 1887, and she d. 28 Nov 1893.
Child [one] of Willard C. & Sarah E. (Hall) Parker:
1. Joseph C. Parker, b. 2 March 1861 and d. 15 Nov 1875

***FOURTH GENERATION***

DeWitt C.-4 Parker (Jesse-3, Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1) son of Jesse & Lydia (Curtis) Parker, b. 24 Oct 1843 in Merrimack NH; m1) 30 Dec 1869 Adelaide Fosdick of Bedford. She d. 6 April 1871. He m2) 26 Feb 1872, Lovina "Lavinia" D. (Miller) Crosby, b. 1850 in Broome Canada. She d. 13 Aug 1886. He m3) 24 Sep 1890 to Lilla S. Thayer. She was b. 24 Aug 1859 in Stockholm NY. They resided in Springfield MA. In 1880 census living in Springfield MA, he a barber and (2d) wife "Lavinia" a dressmaker.

Sarah J.-4 Parker (Jesse-3, Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1) dau of Jesse & Lydia (Curtis) Parker, was b. 20 May 1845 in Merrimack NH. She m. 1861 to Simeon L. Parker, son of Daniel and Mary E. (Way) Parker of Bedford NH. He b. 21 Oct 1847 in Bedford NH.
Children of Simeon L. & Sarah J. (Parker) Parker:
1. Jessie Parker, b. 30 May 1867 Bedford NH; m. 6 Oct 1888, Orrin J. Howard. He b. 14 Aug 1857 in Rochester NH; resided Griffin GA
2. +Lewis W. Parker, b. 1869 Bedford NH
3. Mary A. Parker, b. -- in Bedford NH; m. John E. Stowell [see]
4. +Simeon J. Parker, b. 7 Oct 1872 in Bedford NH

Corwin J.-4 Parker (Jesse-3, Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1), son of Jesse & Lydia (Curtis) Parker, b. 10 Feb 1847 in Merrimack NH; enlisted 24 Feb 1862 in Co. K., Third Regiment NH Inf; re-enlisted 25 Feb 1864; was appointed sergeant. He m1) 1866 Mary A. Fosdick. She b. 23 Aug 1849 in Merrimack NH; resided in Merrimack and Bedford NH. She d. in Bedford NH 8 May 1883. He m2) Mary (Seavy) Campbell of Bedford NH. He d. 9 May 1898 in New Boston NH.
Children of (1st marr) Corwin J. & Mary A. (Fosdick) Parker:
1. Minnie E. Parker, b. 27 Sep 1867 Merrimack NH; m. Charles H. GAULT
2. +Jesse C. Parker, b. 13 June 1870 in Bedford NH
3. +Lena M. Parker, b. 22 Oct 1871 Merrimack NH
4. Gawn/Gawen Gage Parker, b. 8 Nov 1874 Merrimack NH; m. 21 March 1897 Alma Albertie Hanson/Anson. She b. 14 June 1860 in Copenhagen, Denmark; He was a cook, residing in Lawrence MA

Lydia J.-4 Parker (Jesse-3, Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1), dau of Jesse & Lydia (Curtis) Parker, b. 16 June 1850 in Plaistow NH. She m. 6 June 1877 to Charles D. Wheeler. They resided in Griffin GA.
Children of Charles D. & Lydia J. (Parker) Wheeler:
1. Charles P. WHEELER, b. 4 Aug 1878 Manchester NH, d. 1878 Manchester NH
2. Anna Leah WHEELER, b. 4 Oct 1886 in Saco ME

George Tom-4 Parker (Jesse-3, Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1), son of Jesse & Lydia (Curtis) Parker, b. 19 Sep 1852 in Plaistow NH; m. 1 Sep 1874 to Mary F. "Marietta" Courser. She was b. 7 Nov 1849 in Warner NH. They resided in Springfield MA
Children of George Tom & Mary F. (Courser) Parker:
1. Lillian M. Parker, b. 29 Aug 1876 in Springfield MA

Jesse H.-4 Parker (Thomas-3,Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1) son of Thomas & Alma (Goodnow) Parker, was. b. 31 Dec 1843. He m1) 1 Apr 1864 to Clara Pressey, who d. 19 Oct 1872. He m2) 1 Sep 1880 to Philena Moxley. She was b. 29 Nov 1844 in VT [census says 1847]. They resided Lowell MA; he was a moulder. In 1900 living in Lowell MA, his occupation iron moulder.
Children of (1st marr) Jesse H. & Clara (Pressey) Parker
1. Charles F. Parker, b. 4 Dec 1864, d. 17 Apr 1899
2. Fred H. Parker, b. 12 June 1868
Children of (2nd marr) Jesse H. & Philena (Moxley) Parker
3. Minnie E. Parker, b. 7 Apr 1882 [census says April 1881]
4. Philena "Lina" A. Parker, b. 28 May 1883
5. Mabel A. Parker, b. 21 July 1886

Alma J.-4 Parker (Thomas-3,Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1) dau of Thomas & Alma (Goodnow) Parker, was b. 11 May 1847; she m. 11 June 1886 to James Fife Ross. He was b. 23 Oct 1847 in Edinboro, Scotland and d. 13 Jan 1891.
Child of Thomas & Alma (Goodnow) Parker:
1. +Charles Edward ROSS, b. 26 Dec 1868

William Boyd-4 Parker (John Orr-3, Willard-2, Ebenezer-1) son of John Orr & Annis C. (Cochrane) Parker, was b. 4 July 1853. He graduated at Dartmouth College in 1875 and was later professor at Benton Harbor College, Michigan. He m. July 1848 to Angie L. Norcross.
Child of William B. & Angie L. (Norcross) Parker: [may be more]
1. John O. Parker, b. March 1883

***FIFTH GENERATION***

Lewis W.-5 Parker (Sarah J.-4 Parker,Jesse-3, Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1 ) son of Simeon L. & Sarah J. (Parker) Parker:, b. 1869 in Bedford NH; m. 19 May 1889 to Mary Ann Blood, daughter of Wilson and Rosella (Mace) Blood. She b. 10 July 1872 in Bedford NH.
Children of Lewis W. & Mary Ann (Blood) Parker:
1. Myrtle M. Parker, b. July 1891 in Bedford NH
2. Wilson L. Parker, b. July 1899 in Bedford NH

Simeon J.-5 Parker (Sarah J.-4 Parker,Jesse-3, Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1 ) son of Simeon L. & Sarah J. (Parker) Parker, b. 7 Oct 1872 in Bedford NH; m. 15 Nov 1890 to Sarah Coulter. She was b. 10 Jan 1873 in England. They resided in Maynard MA.
Children of Simeon J. & Sarah (Coulter) Parker:
1. Harry L. Parker, b. 29 June 1891
2. Orrin J. Parker, b. 22 Oct 1892
3. Charles O. Parker, b. 22 Dec 1893
4. Albert C. Parker, b. 22 March 1894
5. Ralph R. Parker, b. 28 June 1895, d. 1 Sep 1895
6. Jesse Irene, b. 11 Nov 1898

Jesse C.-5 Parker (Corwin J.-4, Jesse-3, Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1), son of Corwin J. & Mary A. (Fosdick) Parker, was born 13 June 1870 in Bedford NH. He married 3 Nov 1888 to Helen "Ellen" E. McKellips. She was b. 5 Oct 1870 in Weare NH. They resided in Hillsborough NH.
Children of Jesse C. & Ellen E. (McKellips) Parker:
1. Dorris G. Parker, b. 3 Nov 1889 in Weare NH
2. Ward S. Parker, b. 2 Dec 1890 in Weare NH
3. Mollie M. Parker, b. 2 Nov 1893 in Hillsborough NH
4. Donald M. Parker, b. 27 Sep 1895 in Hillsborough NH

Lena M.-5 Parker (Corwin J.-4, Jesse-3, Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1), dau of Corwin J. & Mary A. (Fosdick) Parker, was born 22 Oct 1871. She m. 27 Jan 1897 to Amos R. STODDARD. He was born 25 Sep 1858 in Nelson NH. They resided in North Adams MA.
Children of Amos R. & Lena M. (Parker) Stoddard:
1. Gladys M. STODDARD, b. 6 July 1897, d. 12 July 1897
2. Howard P. STODDARD, b. 17 May 1899 in Milford NH

Charles Edward-5 ROSS (Alma J.-4 Parker,Thomas-3,Jesse/Jessie-2, Ebenezer-1) son of James Fife & Alma J. (Parker) ROSS, was b. 26 Dec 1868. He m. 15 June 1892 to Ida F. Woodbridge. She b. 30 Nov 1872 in Nashua NH. He was a shoemaker, and resided in Haverhill MA.
Children of Charles E. & Ida F. (Woodbridge) ROSS:
1. Jennie A. ROSS, b. 8 May 1893 Lowell MA
2. Elnora E. ROSS, b. 20 May 1894 Lowell MA

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PARKER FAMILY #2
[see top of this page for ancestry]

Some DESCENDANTS of Capt. James PARKER, especially that of
WILLIAM-3, MATTHEW-3 and JONATHAN-3 who resided in/near MERRIMACK, LITCHFIELD, AND GOFFSTOWN in Hillsborough Co NH

***FIRST GENERATION**

Capt. JAMES-1 PARKER, son of James & Ann/Anna [some records state her name was Margery] Parker, b 1617 in either Wiltshire, or Great Bursted, County Essex England and d. 2 Aug 1701 in Groton MA; m. 23 March 1643 to Elizabeth LONG. She b. 1621-3 in Hertfordshire, England, dau of Robert & Sarah (Taylor) Long. She d. abt 1691 in Woburn MA; He m2) 18 Dec 1694 to Eunice BROOKS. She b. 10 Oct 1655, dau of John & Eunice (Mousall) Brooks.
From "Parker In America": Captain James Parker owned a 50-acre right in Groton and resided there from the first settlement until his death in 1701. He was a distinguished and extraordinary man, and a leader in the municipal, military, ecclesiastical, and other affairs of the town. He married (1), in Woburn, 1643, Elizabeth Long. He married (2) Eunice (Brooks) Carter. He had 10 children by his first and one by his second wife, the last born when he was over 80 years of age!
Captain James came to America in 1634, was in Woburn in 1640, a freeman in 1644, a grantee in Billerica, and then moved to Chelmsford. He became one of the earliest settlers of Groton, where he was very prominent in the affairs of the town. He was one of the first board of selectmen chosen in 1662, and continued in that capacity most of the time until 1669. He was a representative to the general court in 1693, selectman of Groton (many years between 1662-1699), town clerk of Groton (abt 1678/79) and treasurer of Groton. His will was written 25 May 1700.
After King Philip's war and the resettlement of Chelmsford, a mill was built at Stony Book, concerning which this record is found: "The twenty shillings due the Indian Andrew from the town, for his weir at Stony Brook, assigned by said Indian to Richard Blood, the said Blood assigns over to James Parker." This was about 1680.
James house was one of the garrisons used during King Philip's War, and it was with Capt. Parker that the Indian chief, on the night of March 13, 1675, talked, as mentioned in Hubbard's "Narrative." In the assault made on the town, July 26, 1694, his son James and his son's wife, Mary, were killed by the Indians and several of their children were carried away captives.
This family's history has been traced to the remote progenitor who in the eleventh century entered England with Wiliam the Conqueror. Another reference states that the Parkers of this line are said to have descended from Lord Parker of Macclesfield, England, who is supposed to have descended from one of the natural children of King Charles II, who is said to have descended from William the Conqueror.
Children of Capt. James & Elizabeth (Long) Parker:
1. Elizabeth Parker, b. 12 Apr 1645 in Woburn MA; m. Samuel GEARY of Roxbury
2. Anna/Hannah Parker, b. 5 Jan 1646/47 in Woburn MA, m. Nathaniel BLOOD of Groton
3. John Parker, b. 18 Feb 1648/49 in Woburn MA
4. ?Joseph Parker, b. 1651 in Woburn MA
5. James Parker, b. 15 Apr 1652 in Woburn MA; m. 11 Dec 1678 to Mary Parker of Groton MA, dau of Abraham Parker (see this line top of page) [NEHGS Register 51:447, "Chelmsford Marriages]; killed by Indians
6. +Josiah Parker, b Nov 1655 Woburn MA, bapt 1 Feb 1656/57 at Billerica MA
7. Samuel Parker, b. 1 Feb 1656/65 in Chelmsford MA; m. Abigail Lakin, dau of Ensign John & Mary (Bacon) Lakin
8. Joseph [or Joshua] Parker, b. 13 March 1657/58
9. Zachariah Parker, b. 14 Jan 1658/59
10.Eleazar Parker, b. 9 Nov 1661 Groton MA, d. abt 1704; m. 1) Mehitabel Barron; m2) Mary Wood [descendants to CT, VT and Ohio
Child of Capt. James & Eunice (Brooks-Carter) Parker:
11. Sarah Parker (last child), b. 12 Dec 1697

*** SECOND GENERATION ***

JOSIAH-2 PARKER (James-1) son of James & Elizabeth (Long) Parker, was b. abt 1655 (as he was baptized 1 Feb 1656/57 at Billerica MA [and testimony given below], and d. 26 July 1731. He was a ship's captain. He resided in Groton until after 1687 or later, was an inn-holder in Woburn MA in 1693-95, removed to Cambridge MA in 1696 and afterwards resided there (where he was a selectman) His will was dated 6 July 1731 probate was administered 5 Aug 1731. He married 8 May 1678 in Chelmford MA to Elizabeth "Eliza" Saxton/Saxson, dau of Thomas & Ann (Copp) Saxton (Thomas Saxton was an early settler of Boston MA) She b. 8 June 1661 and d. after 1731. The records of Chelmsford MA [in NEHGS Register 51:447] shows, "Josiah, son of Capt. James Parker, mar. May 8, 1678, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Saxton, of Boston." Josiah Parker was of Groton, Woburn and Cambridge, MA. He served during one or more of the various "Indian wars."
[From NEGHS Register, 10:186]: "From Boston Newsletter, Oct 30th 1704, Josiah Parker of Groton testifyes that he is well acquainted with ye Indian now in prison named Jacob Nonantinooah & that he can say of his certain knowledge yt he hath seen him every month since ye last Indian warr began, except it was when ye said Jacob was in ye Countrey service under ye Comand of Capt. Noah Wiswall in ye years eighty nine and ninety; also if he be required he can produce severall yt can testify ye same. He further saith that as far as it is possible to known an Indian he is a friend to the English & hath manifested the same both in word an Action ... (dated Groton, December 8th 1691) The testomoneys of Josiah Parker aged 36 years, and also of Joseph Parker aged 40 years." In February 1706, Capt. Josiah Parker was present in Groton MA at the court marshall of Lieut. Seth Wayman, & Sargt. Thomas Tarbol.
Children of Josiah & Elizabeth (Saxton/Saxson) PARKER:
1. Elizabeth Parker, b. 31 Aug 1679; m. Samuel LIVERMORE
2. John Parker, b 13 Apr 1681, died at sea before 12 May 1792
3. Sarah Parker, b. 12 Dec 1697 [or 1 May 1683]; m1) 30 Apr 1702 at Cambridge MA to Stephen Coolidge. He b. 1 June 1674, d. prob 1704. She m2) 8 Aug 1706 at Cambridge MA to Nicholas Fessenden Jr., a noted schoolmaster at Harvard
4. Simon, b. 27 Aug 1687; probably died young [another source states he was the son of Joseph-2, Joseph-1)
5. Josiah Parker, b. abt 1710, died at sea before 12 May 1729 when his brother Thomas administered on his estate, and that of their brother John, jointly.
6. William Parker, probably died young
7. Ann Parker, m. William WARLAND
8. Mary Parker, bap 11 Dec 1698; m. Thomas DANA
9. Joshua Parker, res. Cambridge MA and Sudbury MA; m1) Mary Fessenden; m2) Parnel --. Records show he sold his rights in estates of his brothers, and also a claim on the estate of his grandfather, Capt. James Parker.
10. +Rev. Thomas Parker, b. 7 Dec 1700 in Cambridge MA, bap 15 Dec 1700

***THIRD GENERATION***

Rev. Thomas Parker-3 (Josiah-2, James-1), son of Josiah & Elizabeth (Saxton/Saxson) PARKER, b. 7 Dec 1700 in Cambridge MA, d. 18 March 1765 in Dracut MA; he graduated from Harvard College in 1718, and settled in the ministry at Dracut MA in 1720. He was the first petitioner for a grant of land known as Narragansett No 4., and subsequently Goffstown NH. The town was granted to the Rev. Thomas Parker and others on Saturday the 3rd day of December 1748. The said Parker as one of the proprietors drew the following lots: lot No. 1 in the 6th range on the south side; lot No. 6 in the 6th range on the north side; lot No. 5 in the 12th range on the north side. He m. 1 Jan 1720/21 Lydia RICHARDSON, dau of Capt. Jonathan & Elizabeth (Bates) Richardson. She b. 14 July 1702 in Chelmsford MA and d. 25 Sep 1787 in Litchfield NH. In his will, executed 19 Dec 1764 he gave to his wife Lydia, and to his sons, Mathew, John and Jonathan, daughters Lydia Whiting, Elizabeth Parker, Lucy Abbott and Sarah Martin; and to Nathaniel, Lydia, Dorothy, Thomas, Robert and Mary, children of his son Thomas; and Elizabeth, William, Mary and Jonathan, children of his son William.
Children of Thomas & Lydia (Richardson) PARKER:
1. Thomas PARKER b 21 Oct 1721 in Dracut, Middlesex Co. MA, m. abt 1745 in Litchfield NH to Dorothy SARGENT. Had issue, Nathaniel, Lydia, Dorothy, Thomas, Robert and Mary (mentioned in their grandfather's will).
2. Lydia PARKER b 2 Feb 1723/24 in Dracut MA, prob died young
3. Lydia PARKER b 10 June 1725 in Dracut MA, m. 25 March 1742 in Concord MA to Thomas WHITING
4. +William PARKER b 14 January 1727 in Dracut, MA, d. bef Jan 1760 in Litchfield NH; m. in MA to Mehitable BALDWIN
5. Elizabeth PARKER b 5 January 1729 in Dracut, MA; d 5 Feb 1821 in Claremont, Sullivan Co NH; m. 5 Dec 1765 in Dracut MA to Rev. Samuel COTTON
6. +Matthew PARKER b Abt 1730 in Litchfield, Hillsborough Co. NH
7. Lucy PARKER b 5 January 1732 in Dracut, MA, m. 3 Apr 1756 in Dracut MA to DANIEL ABBOTT, son of Benjamin & Mary (Carlton) Abbott
8. Sarah PARKER b 3 Oct 1735 in Dracut, MA; m. -- MARTIN
9. +Capt. John PARKER b ABT 1738 in Dracut, MA; married and had children, Lydia (who m. Thomas Whittle), Nabby (who m. William Parker), Polly (who m. John Boies and went to Maine), Sally (who m. James Martin), Lucy (who m. John Tufts), John (who m. Letty Moor), William (who m1 Hannah Aiken and m2 Widow McGaw).
10. +Dr. Jonathan PARKER b 17 July 1743 in Dracut, MA, d. 24 Sep 1791 in Litchfield NH; m. 11 Apr 1767 in Kingston, Rockingham Co MA to Dorothy COFFIN

***FOURTH GENERATION**

William-4 PARKER (Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) b 14 January 1727 in Dracut, MA, d. bef Jan 1760 in Litchfield NH; m. in MA to Mehitable BALDWIN, killed in the mill-yard. His children are mentioned in the will of his father, Thomas.
Children of William & Mehitable (Baldwin) PARKER:
1. Elizabeth "Betsey" Parker, who m. John Barber of Boston
2. Mary "Polly" Parker,who m. Jonas Varnum of Dracut
3. +William Parker, b. 21 Jan 1755, d. July 1819; m. his cousin, Nabby-5 Parker of Litchfield NH, dau of Capt John-4 & Lydia (Reed) Parker.
4. John/Jonathan Parker, who went to sea and was lost

Matthew-4 PARKER (Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Thomas & Lydia (Richardson) Parker, b. abt 1730 in Dracut MA, d. Sept 1802 in Litchfield NH; m. 11 June 1763 to Elizabeth JONES, dau of Nathan & Elizabeth (Colburn) Jones. She b. 10 Feb 1743/44 in Dracut MA. He m2) 5 July 1792 to Sally Underwood of Litchfield NH.
Children of Matthew & Elizabeth (Jones) PARKER:
1. Thomas Parker
2. +Deacon Matthew Parker, b. abt 1764 in Litchfield NH; d. 26 Nov 1826 in Litchfield NH; m. abt 1790 to Sarah Underwood
3. +Nathan Parker, b. 1 Jan 1767 in Litchfield NH
4. +James Parker, b. 1774, d. 26 March 1822, m. Betsey Parker. Had children: Henry C. and Jannet M. Betsey married 2) James Walker and had 2 children--James P. and Charles K.


Capt. John-4 PARKER (Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Thomas & Lydia (Richardson) Parker. b Abt 1738 in Dracut, MA; settled in Litchfield NH, served in the War of the Revolution. He commanded the 3rd company in Col. Bedel's Battalion of rangers which was raised for the defense of the frontiers on siege of St. John and went down the St. Lawrence River as far as Montreal, and there was discharged, 31 Dec 1775. He was the famous Revolutionary War soldier immortalized in the statue in Lexington MA. He married 31 Dec 1761 to Lydia Reed [Woburn MA records, marriage intentions, John Parker of Litchfield NH and Lydia Reed of Woburn, Oct 26, 1761, then later marriage of Lydia Reed of Woburn and John Parker of Dracut]. She was the dau of Thomas & Lydia (Parker) Reed, b. 17 Oct 1738 in Woburn MA.
Children of Capt John & Lydia (Reed) Parker:
1. +Lydia Parker, b. 29 Oct 1762, died 26 Nov 1836, aged 75 years; m. Thomas Whittle. He b abt 1754, died 11 March 1820, aged 66. Both buried in Woodlawn Cemetery,Goffstown NH
2. Nabby, Parker, b. 25 Oct 1765 and d. June 1846.married her cousin William-5 Parker, son of William & Mehitable (Baldwin) Parker [see that line].
3. +Mary "Polly" Parker, b. in Litchfield NH 10 March 1769; m. John Boies
4. +Sarah "Sally" Parker, m. James Martin
5. Lucy Parker, m. John Tufts
6. John, m. Letty Moor
7. +William Parker, b. 1775 m1 Hannah Aiken and m2 Widow Hannah (Adams) McGaw.

Dr. Jonathan-4 PARKER (Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) b 17 July 1743 in Dracut, MA, d. 24 Sep 1791 in Litchfield NH; m. 11 Apr 1767 in Kingston, Rockingham Co MA to Dorothy COFFIN
Children of Dr. Jonathan & Dorothy (Coffin) PARKER:
1. Elizabeth Parker, b. 7 Nov 1767
2. Dorothy Parker, b. 9 Oct 1769
3. Thomas Parker, b. 26 Oct 1771
4. Edward Lutwyche Parker, bapt 27 Nov 1785 in Merrimack NH

***FIFTH GENERATION***

William-5 Parker, Esq. (William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), son of William and Mehitable (Baldwin) Parker, b. 21 Jan 1755 in Litchfield NH, d. July 1819; who m. his cousin, Nabby-5 Parker of Litchfield NH, dau of Capt John-4 & Lydia (Reed) Parker [see that line]. She b. 25 Oct 1765 and d. June 1846. He was a revolutionary soldier, and was stationed one winter at Charlestown on Winter Hill. He was known as the father of "Squog." H moved to Bedford NH in 1785 where he built a small house, which stood near the schoolhouse No 5. He worked first at shoemaking, and there his first two children were born. He purchased land and moved his house to where the tavern later stood, and resumed the business of shoemaking, which he combined with a little store selling spirits and tobacco. He rafted boards of wood down the Merrimack River to Newburyport MA, making a profit. About 1796 he built a large tavern house, and added to the store. He established his brother-in-law William Parker in trade in West Goffstown. He was known as "Farmer Bill."
Children of William & Nabby (Parker) Parker:
1. Susan Parker, b 21 Oct 1783, d 1844, m. Jonathan Palmer
2. Daniel Parker, b 20 Sep 1786, m. Polly McAffee
3. William Parker, b 28 Apr 1789 m. Susan Whittle
4. +Betsy Parker, b 23 Sep 1791, m1st James Parker Esq, m2) James Walker of Bedford [See line of James Parker, son of Matthew & Elizabeth (Jones) Parker for descendants]
5. +Isaac Parker, b 23 June 1794, m. Jane Poor
6. +Robert Parker, b 13 May 1797 in Bedford NH, d. 1844 m1st Charlotte Chamberlain; m2nd Mille Rand
7. Gilman Parker, b 7 July 1800, d 1846, m. Ann Hills
8. +John Parker, b 7 May 1803 Bedford NH m. Eliza Goffe
9. Mary Parker, b 11 May 1806 m. L.F. Harris
10. Edward Parker, b 22 March 1809, d 8 Apr 1815

Isaac-6 Parker (William-5 Esq, William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), son of William & Nabby (Parker) Parker, b. 23 June 1794; m. April 1821 to Mary Jane Poore of Goffstown, daughter of George and Mary (Little) Poore. He resided in the house later owned by Nathaniel Morse, in that part of Goffstown which until 1836 was a part of New Borston, and where their children were born. They moved to Manchester NH in 1853 where he lived until his death 13 March 1855. She died 16 August 1869.
Children of Isaac & Jane (Poore) Parker:
1. +Edward Parker, b. 20 May 1823 in Goffstown NH; m. Elizabeth Stockwell
2. +Abigail Parker, b. 26 March 1826 Goffstown NH, m. John S. Wiggin
3. +Betsey P. Parker, b. 6 May 1829 in Goffstown NH; m. Abram Mitchell
4. +Lewis H. Parker, b. 13 Apr 1836 in Goffstown NH; m. Mary Ellen McDole

Deacon MATTHEW-5 PARKER, (Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Matthew & Elizabeth (Jones) PARKER, b abt 1764 in Litchfield NH, d. 26 Nov 1826 in Litchfield NH; m. 5 July 1792 in Merrimack NH to to Sarah "Sally" Underwood.
Children of Dea. Matthew & Sarah (Underwood) Parker:
1. Matthew Parker, bap. 26 Aug 1793 in Merrimack NH, prob. d.y.
2. +James Underwood Parker, b. 1797
3. Matthew Parker, bapt 6 Aug 1801 in Merrimack NH
3. Nathan Parker, b. 21 Nov 1808 in Litchfield NH; d. 7 May 1894 in Manchester NH; m. Sept 1837 to Charlotte Margaret RIDDLE, dau of James & Charlotte (Farmer) Riddle. She b. 20 Feb 1817 in Merrimack NH. Had a son, Walter Parker, b. 18 July 1850 in Manchester NH, m. 29 July 1896 in Homeville, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia to Christina Holmes (and had a dau Charlotte Isabel b 4 June 1897 in Manchester NH).

NATHAN-5 PARKER (Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Matthew of Litchfield NH, b. 1 Jan 1767 Litchfield NH, d. 31 Aug 1849, buried in Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH; married 3 Sep 1797 to Mary (Polly) McQuestion of Londonderry NH. She b. 16 Apr 1776, d. 4 June 1861, buried at Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
Children of Nathan & Mary/Polly (McQuestion) Parker:
1. +William Parker, b. 16 Dec 1797, d. 11 Sep 1877 in Suncook NH
2. +Frances Parker, b. 7 Sep 1799, d. 13 Dec 1870; m. 15 Apr 1824 to Leonard WALKER
3. +Nathan Parker, b. 25 Sep 1801, d. Apr 14, 1876, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
4. Matthew Parker, b. 27 July 1803, d. 21 May 1814, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
5. Adaline Eliza Parker, b. 30 Aug 1805; m. Enoch MERRILL
6. +Elkanah Phillips Parker, b. 6 June 1807, d. 5 Apr 1873, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
7. +James Parker, b. 30 Nov 1809, d 1 March 1864, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
8. Harriet Parker, b. 23 June 1812, d. 22 Dec 1893, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
9. +Thomas Parker, b. 20 Feb 1815, d. 27 March 1885, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH

James-5 PARKER (Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Matthew & Elizabeth (Jones) Parker, b. 1774, d. 26 March 1822, m. Betsey Parker, dau of William and Nabby Parker [see that line for her ancestry]. She b. 23 Sep 1791 She m2) James Walker of Bedford and had two sons.
Children of James & Betsey (Parker) Parker:
1. Henry C. Parker, b. 22 Jan 1813
2. Jannet M. Parker, b. 2 May 1821, d. 16 April 1822
Children of James & Betsey (Parker-Parker) Walker:
3. James P. Walker
4. Charles H. Walker

Lydia-5 Parker (Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), daughter of Capt John & Lydia (Reed) Parker, b. 29 Oct 1762, died 26 Nov 1836, aged 75 years; m. 28 Dec 1780 to Thomas Whittle, son of Thomas & Molly (Colby) Whittle. He b abt 1754, died 11 March 1820, aged 66. Both buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Goffstown NH. In 1790 Thomas Whittle in Bedford NH census. In the May 26th 1800 town records of Wolfeboro NH, Thomas Whittle (among others) is shown to have signed a document, requesting the incorporation of the town.
Child of Thomas & Lydia (Parker) Whittle: [may be others]
1. George WHITTLE, b. Dec 1800 in Wolfeboro, Carroll Co NH, d. Feb 1875 in Chicago, Cook Co IL; m. Savilla WAIT, dau of Luke Wait. She b. 22 Dec 1810 in MA. In 1842 Thomas Whittle paid a tax in Nauvoo, IL

Mary "Polly"-5 Parker (Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), daughter of Capt John & Lydia (Reed) Parker, b. in Litchfield NH 10 March 1769, and d. 4 Nov 1856 in Skowhegan ME; m. 31 July 1788 in Bedford NH to John BOIES, son of John & Mehitable (Sheafe-Broaders) Boies. He was b. 27 Sep 1760 in Boston MA and d. 17 March 1833, aged 72 yrs 6 months in Milburn, ME at the home of his son, J. Parker. He moved from MA to NH with his father's family prior to the American Revolution (he was an only son). In boyhood John Boies attended the Boston schools. In April 1776 he signed the "Association Test" in Bedford NH. In March 1777, at the age of 17 he enlisted as a soldier from Bedford NH, and was mustered into the Continental service by William White, muster master, and in April was assigned to Capt Daniel Livermore's company, Col. Alexander Scammel's Third N.H. Regt., which soon marched for Ticonderoga (this regiment was part of Poor's brigade, and was engaged in many battles). He participated in the battles of Hubbardton July 1777; first and second battles of Stillwater, Sept 19 and Oct 7, 1777, being wounded in the arm at the second battle; suffered with Washington's army at Valley Forge in the winter of 1777-1778; fought at Monmouth 28 June 1778; marched with Gen. John Sullivan's army of 5,000 men, 700 miles through the wilderness of NY and PA, and was taken prisoner in 1780, and carried first to Limerick Ireland, then to Mill prison, Plymouth England. He escaped and was recaptured, compelled to wear sixty pounds of iron sixty days in punishment. While imprisoned he compiled a book of sums, which in after years was highly prized as a memento of prison life. After the surrender of Cornwallis in Oct 1781, Mr. Boies was exchanged and returned to NH. After his marriage he settled in Bedford NH, where 10 of their children were born. Sometime in 1805, John Boies and his family removed to Maine, where he purchased land in Madison, Somerset Co,, became a farmer and trader, and lived there until his death. His grave is in the Old North burying-ground on Dyer Hill in Skowhegan Maine. He applired for his pension, April 21, 1818 saying:"I have no debts due me that can be collected and I owe as much as $250 and am now in gaol upon an execution upon me. I have no trade, my occupation for many years a sailor, but have for some time past been a farmer, but from old age and infirmity, being much afflicted with rheumatism, I am unable to do but little labor. My family consists of myself, my wife Mary, daughter Mary 16, Hetty 14, Eliza 12, Parker 10, and Fanny 6 years." In 1896 descendants placed a memorial tablet in the Skowhegan Public Library in commemoration of his service.
Children of John & Mary "Polly" (Parker) BOIS:
1. Thomas BOIES, b. 27 Sep 1789 in Bedford NH; d. 7 Aug 1861 in Boiestown, New Brunswick, Canada. He m1) Susan Martin; m2) Mary A. McBean. Had 11 ch.
2. James BOIES, b. Oct 1791 in Bedford NH; d. 19 Feb 1868 in Chelsea MA, soldier in the War of 1812; m 1820 to Mary Ann Pineo. Had 8 children.
3. Mary BOIES, b. 13 March 1793 in Bedford NH; d. 24 March 1862 in Solon, ME.; m. Nov 1817 to Asa VILKERE of Norridgwock ME. Had 6 children.
4. Bartholomew Broaders BOIES, b. 4 Apr 1797 in Bedford NH, d. May 1873 in Skowhegan ME; m. Lucy Tufts, dau of John & Lucy (Parker) Tufts of Bedford NH. They had 7 children.
5. Frederick Nelson BOIES, b. 4 Feb 1800 in Bedford NH, d. 8 Feb 1882 in Peninsula Ohio; m. in Portland CT to Elizabeth Lewis, dau of William. They resided in Peninsula Ohio. Had 6 children.
6. Nancy BOIES, b. 18 Apr 1802, d. 7 Nov 1876 in Wilton ME; m. March 1826 in Solon ME to David STEVENS. Had 9 children.
7. Mehitable BOIES, b. 4 Feb 1804 in Bedford NH; d. 5 Apr 1877 in Boston MA; m. 2 Jan 1825 to Elisha COOLIDGE of Solon ME. Had 10 children.
8. Eliza Parker BOIES, b. 3 June 1806 in Madison ME, d. 8 July 1872 in Skowhegan ME; m. 1835 to Herbert A. Moore, resided Somerset Co ME. Had 5 children.
9. John Parker BOIES, b. 3 July 1808 in Madison ME, d. 18 May 1884 in Skowhegan ME; m1) 17 Jan 1832 Helen Dicey Currier; m2) Mrs. Mary Holway; had four children
10. Frances Neal BOIES, b. 3 June 1811 in Madison ME, d. 26 Aug 1884 in Skowhegan ME; m. 17 Jan 1832 to Randall Fuller Eddy. Had 3 children
[NOTE: for more details on this line see, "History of Bedford NH," pages 872-874]

Sarah "Sally"-5 Parker (Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), daughter of Capt John & Lydia (Reed) Parker, m. James Martin. They moved to Bedford NH and located upon the farm later occupied by Capt. Thomas Chandler. James Martin died about 1792. All the family except Sally removed to Wolfeboro NH.
Children of James & Sarah (Parker) Martin:
1. James Martin
2. Jeremiah Martin
3. Sally Martin, m. Theophilus Griffin of Manchester NH and resided in Nashua
4. Lydia Martin
5. Polly Martin

William-5 Parker (Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), son of Capt John & Lydia (Reed) Parker, b. 1775, d. 9 Aug 1839. He m1 17 Dec 1800 to Hannah Aiken of Derry NH. She d. 30 Sep 1818. He m2 Widow Hannah (Adams) McGaw, widow of John McGaw. She b. 22 Aug 1788 and d. 26 Feb 1869. Mr. Parker soon after he settled in Goffstown NH, became alrgely identified with the lumbering and mercantile trade, and was also an extensive farmer.; one of the prominent and successful men of the town.
Children of William & Hannah (Aiken) Parker:
1. Rodney Parker, b. 21 Nov 1801, d. 22 1872; m. Elizabeth Palmer. She d. 16 Nov 1881; He left Goffstown and went to St. Paul Minnesota.
2. +George W. Parker, b. 5 Feb 1804; m. 30 Dec 1834 Sarah Raymond of Weare NH. She b. 16 Dec 1811 and d. 20 Feb 1895 in Goffstown NH.
3. +Caroline Parker, b. 5 March 1808; m. Leonard Kimball [see]
4. +Margaret Parker, b. 27 July 1813; m1) Joseph Moore; m2) Bartholomew Smith
Children of William & Hannah (Adams-McGaw) Parker:
5. Hannah A. Parker, b. 13 Nov 1819; d. 15 Apr 1896, unmarried.
6. +John M. Parker, b. 17 Sep 1822
7. +David A. Parker, b. 5 Oct 1824
8. William H. Parker. b. 6 Aug 1831; d. 27 Feb 1832

*** SIXTH GENERATION ***

Robert-6 PARKER (William-5 Esq, William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of William & Nabby (Parker) Parker, was b. 13 May 1797 in Bedford NH, and d. 1844. He married 1st) Charlotte Chamberlain; he m2d) Mille Rand, dau of Dea. Jonathan Rand. She b. 29 Apr 1795 in Bedford NH.
Children of Robert & Charlotte (Chamberlain) Parker:
1. George Washington Parker, b. 16 Aug 1823
2. Charlotte Ann Parker, b 14 Aug 1825, m. Henry Sanderson and resided in Bedford NH
3. Robert Parker, b. 6 Aug 1826
Children of Robert & Mille (Rand) Parker:
4. Mary A. Parker, m. John Cayzer and resided in Manchester NH
5. Philander P. Parker, m. N.T. Folsom, M.D., resided in Manchester NH. Had a children.
6. +Francis Wayland Parker, b. 9 Oct 1837
7. Emily J. Parker, m. Orson C. Tolman and resided in Nelson NH, had a daughter Grace Tolman

John-6 PARKER (William-5 Esq, William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), son of William and Nabby (Parker) Parker, was b. 7 May 1803 in Bedford NH; He was a lawyer. He m. 25 Dec 1832 to Eliza Goffe, dau of Theodore Goffe. She b. 15 Oct 1807 in Bedford NH and d. 2 Dec 1898. He came to the River Road in Bedford NH to live in 1848 and died there Feb 1881. He was a prolific reader of books in the Manchester City Library.
Children of John & Eliza (Goffe) Parker:
1. +Charles Irving Parker, b. 10 March 1838
2. Frances Eliza Parker; m. 26 March 1863 to Col. Edward L. Bailey and resided in Bedford NH. They had one child, Lewis Bailey, who was principal of Rock Rimmon School in Manchester NH, and resided in Bedford (he m. and had three children [BAILEY]: Parker, Fleming Smith and John.

James Underwood-6 PARKER (Deacon MATTHEW-5 PARKER, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Dea. Matthew & Sarah (Underwood) Parker, b. 1797; m1) Mary Holkins of Hanover NH; m2) 11 May 1837 Rebecca Jane Lund, dau of Augustus Lund. She b. 11 Dec 1808.
Children of James U. & Rebecca J. (Lund) Parker:
1. Mary Elizabeth Parker, b. 1837
2. Helen Maria Parker, b 1843
3. James Underwood Parker, b. 1845
4. Sarah Adeline Parker, b. 1846
5. Harriet Parker, b. 1848

William-6 PARKER (Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Nathan & Mary (McQuestion) Parker, was b. 15 Dec 1797, died 11 Sep 1877 in Suncook NH. He married 1st) 11 Nov 1819 to Polly Campbell of Litchfield NH; he m2) 21 Nov 1820 to Lucinda Aiken, dau of John Aiken. She b. 30 Nov 1800 and d. 1876 in Allenstown NH.
Children of William & Lucinda (Aiken) Parker:
1. John F. Parker, b. 6 Nov 1821, d. 13 Feb 1901 in Chicago IL; m. Ann Dudley
2. Mary Jane Parker, b. 2 Sep 1823, d. 2 June 1854; m1) John Weston of Manchester NH; m2) Rev. E.G. Little
3. William Parker, b. 6 Oct 1825; m. Sarah Dudley of Pembroke NH
4. Alpha Orlando Parker, b. 29 Sep 1827, d. 20 Jan 1879; m. Harriet Gilbert
5. Edward W.C. Parker, b. 18 Apr 1834, d. 15 June 1835
6. Sarah E. Parker, b. 18 May 1837; m. 6 Dec 1858, Eugene Bowman of Manchester NH

Frances-6 PARKER (Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) dau of Nathan & Mary (McQuestion) Parker, b. 7 Sep 1799, d. 13 Dec 1870; m. 15 Apr 1824 to Leonard WALKER, son of James Walker of Bedford NH. He b. 1797 and d. 7 Oct 1884, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH.
Children of Leonard & Frances (Parker) WALKER:
1. Nathan P. WALKER, b. 1825, d. 9 March 1832, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
2. James Parker WALKER, b 1827, d. 25 Nov 1896, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH; m. Maria R. Luther. She b. 1837 and d. 17 Apr 1926, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH.
3. Frederick F. Walker, b. 1832, d. 6 Apr 1903, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
4. Jenette Walker, b. 1836
5. Frances Walker, b. 1837, d. 29 March 1904, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH; m. (as his third wife) 18 Nov 1869 to Samuel Clark ANDERSON, son of Robert & Sarah "Sally" (Stearns) Anderson. He b. 1823 and d. 30 Oct 1883, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH. He m1) 31 May 1853 Mary Jane Gage of Bedford. She b. 1827 and d. 7 Feb 1857 (buried LRC); he m2) Ellen P. Winn, b 1837, d 22 Apr 1864 (buried LRC). Samuel C. Anderson had one child, Charles A., son of his 2nd wife Ellen P. Winn, who was b. 1864.

Nathan-6 PARKER (Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Nathan & Mary (McQuestion) Parker, b. 25 Sep 1801; d. 14 Apr 1876, buried at Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH; m1) Dorcas Danforth, dau of Solomon Danforth. She b. 23 July 1801 and d. 2 June 1832, and is buried in Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH. He m2d) 11 Oct 1832 to Caroline Elizabeth Stevens, dau of Moody Stevens of Bedford NH. She b. 18 March 1813 and d. 19 May 1893 and is buried in Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH.
Children of Nathan & Dorcas (Danforth) Parker:
1. Eliza Ann Parker, b. 17 June 1825, d. 22 Apr 1886, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
2. Sophronia D. Parker, b. 1827; m. 6 Apr 1854 to John HUNTINGTON of Nashua NH
3. Mary Parker, b. 1829; m. 26 Nov 1856 to Charles E. MERRILL of Nashua NH
4. Matthew Parker
Children of Nathan & Caroline E. (Stevens) Parker:
5. Nathan Dickerman Parker, b. 13 Nov 1833, d. 30 Apr 1835
6. +Eunice Augusta Parker, b. 13 Apr 1835, d. 1 March 1903; m. 8 June 1858 to George F. SPAULDING.
7. Anette Jane Parker, b. 4 Apr 1837, d. 3 Dec 1917, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH; m. 2 July 1873 to Lucien INGALLS, M.D., son of Daniel and Lucinda (Clark) Ingalls, as his 2nd wife. He b. 29 Apr 1833 and d. 3 May 1881 in Falmouth ME (buried LRC). He m1) Apr 1861 to Hanna T. Nevins, dau of Gardner Nevins. His children were by his first wife (INGALLS: Gardner Nevins, Grace N. and Alice L.)
8. +Nathan Ambrose Parker, b. 11 Feb 1839, m. 13 Sep 1866 to Hattie A. Cutler
9. Sarah Abby Parker, b. 15 Feb 1841, d. 5 May 1906; m. 10 May 1871 to Amon Hutchinson
10. +William Forrester Parker, b. 1 Aug 1843, d. 30 March 1899 in Epping NH
11. Caroline Elizabeth Parker, b. 30 June 1846, d. 2 Sep 1864
12. Martha Gertrude Parker, b. 14 July 1848
13. Frank Edson Parker, b. 13 Oct 1851; d. 28 Feb 1924, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH; m. 1 June 1899 to Lizzie H. Brown of Milford NH; in 1910 living with brother Nathan in Nottingham NH
14. Charles Elbridge Parker, b. 13 July 1854, d. 30 June 1855, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH

Elkanah Phillips-6 Parker (Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Nathan & Mary (McQuestion) Parker, b. 6 June 1807 in Merrimack NH, d. 5 Apr 1873, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH; m1) 16 March 1831 to Sarah Corning of Litchfield NH. She b 1809 and d. 7 Jan 1845, and is buried in Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH. He m2) Sabra Lund, daughter of Oliver & Orpha (Danforth) Lund. [SEE Lund Family Genealogy]. She b. 1822 and d. 18 July 1893, and is buried in Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH. Ran a large lumber business. A Republican, held many town offices.
Children of Elkanah P. & Sarah (Corning) Parker:
1. Elkanah Corning Parker, b. 1833, d. 1 Aug 1901; m. Emma --. She b. 1833
2. +Carmi Matthew Parker, b. 1835
3. Sarah Eliza Parker, b. 1837; m. -- Bowman
4. Mary Jane Parker, b. 1842, d. 15 Feb 1864, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
Children of Elkanah P. & Sabra L. (Lunt) Parker:
5. Martha Parker, d. 7 Aug 1848, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
6. Laura Ella Parker, b. 1851, d. 21 Apr 1915, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
7. Emma Lelia Parker, b. 1855; m. 17 Sep 1874 to William C. NESMITH

James-6 Parker (Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Nathan & Mary (McQuestion) Parker, b. 30 Nov 1809, d 1 March 1864, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH; m1) 19 June 1834 to Elizabeth Ingalls GAGE, dau of Isaac Gage. She b. 1812, d. 1836. He m2) Jane Wallace. She b. 1816, d. 18 June 1864, buried Last Rest Cemetery, in Merrimack NH.
Child of James & Elizabeth I. (Gage) Parker:
1. Mary Elizabeth Parker, b. 4 Feb 1836 Merrimack NH, d. 18 June 1863; m. Samuel Edwin Morrison
Children of James & Jane (Wallace) Parker:
2. James Delano Parker, b. 1846, d. 13 Jan 1855, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
3. James Munroe Parker, b. 1852, d. 25 Aug 1854, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
4. Charles G. Parker, b. 1853
5. Nelly Jane Parker (adopted), b. 1855, d. 8 Nov 1862, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH

Thomas-6 Parker (Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Nathan & Mary (McQuestion) Parker, b. 20 Feb 1815, d. 27 March 1885, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH. He married 19 Oct 1837 to Margaret Nesmith, dau of James Nesmith of Londonderry NH. She b. 2 May 1818 and d. 29 Dec 1893, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH. He was a farmer and owned a table manufactory in Merrimack (Thorntons Ferry) NH.
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U.S. Census > 1880 United States Federal Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough > Merrimack > District 140
Parker, Thomas W M 64 Farmer & Table Manufacturer NH NH NH
Parker, Margaret M. W F 60 wife Housekeeping NH NH NH
Parker, J. Augustus W M 33 son laborer NH [b abt 1831]
Parker, Frances E. W F 27 dau at home NH [b 1853]
Parker, Eugene M. W M 22 son at school NH
Parker, Edwin Monroe W M 20 NH
Parker, Mary Elkins W F 41 dau at home Mass NH NH
---living same house or nearby----
Walker, Fred F. W M 49 Farmer NH NH NH
Walker, Leonard W M 82 father Retired NH NH NH
Walker, James P. W M 53 brother at home NH NH NH
Walker, Maria R. W F 43 sister in law housekeeping NY? NY? NY?
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Children of Thomas & Margaret (Nesmith) Parker:
1. Mary Elkins Parker, b. 1840, d. 2 May 1929, unmarried, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
2. Thomas Alvin Parker, b. 1842, d. 11 March 1905, Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
3. Charles Willey Parker, b. 1844, d. 23 Sep 1918, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
4. James Augustus Parker, b. 1846, d. 26 Feb 1886, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
5. Matthew Parker, b. 1848
6. Nathan Parker, b. 1849, d. 1850, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
7. Frances Eliza Parker, b. 1852, d. 20 Apr 1913, buried Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH
8. Eugene Nesmith Parker, b. 1857, d. 28 Dec 1925, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
9. Edwin Monroe Parker, b. 1860, d. 28 June 1932, buried Last Rest Cemetery, in Merrimack NH

George W.-6 Parker (William-5, Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), son of William & Hannah (Aiken) Parker, b. 5 Feb 1804; m. 30 Dec 1834 Sarah Raymond, dau of Jeremiah P. & Susan (Gale) Raymond of Weare NH. She b. 16 Dec 1811 and d. 20 Feb 1895 in Goffstown NH. He was a farmer and always lived in the house where he was born, which was his father's first location at the intersection of the Dunbarton and mast roads at Parker's Village. He was a constant attendant of the Congregational Church, and a respected citizen of the town. He died 18 May 1874 in Goffstown NH.
Children of George W. & Sarah (Raymond) Parker:
1. Susan A. Parker, b. 11 Oct 1835 Goffstown NH; d. 3 Sept 1838
2. Sarah Frances Parker, b. 12 Feb 1838 in Goffstown NH; m. 27 Sep 1859 to Alonzo F. CARR as his 2nd wife. He b. 26 Oct 1817 in Goffstown NH, son of Jesse and Mary (Smith) Carr. He had a daughter Carrie by his first marriage, and three children by Sarah Frances (namely [CARR], Edward P (b 2 Oct 1861), Charles B. (b 3 Oct 1865), and Helen B. (b. 6 June 1876).
3. Infant, b. 19 Nov 1843, died young
4. George W. Parker, b. 28 March 1845 Goffstown NH, d. 13 Nov 1866

Caroline-6 Parker (William-5, Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), daughter of William & Hannah (Aiken) Parker, b. 5 March 1808, d. 5 Apr 1846 in Lowell MA; she m. 20 Feb 1834 to Leonard Kimball, son of Nathaniel and Susan (Saltmarsh) Kimball. He b. 4 July 1806 in Goffstown NH, and d. 28 Nov 1888 in Lowell MA. After Caroline's death he m2) 21 Jan 1847 to Harriet Merrill; m3) Phebe J. Mack. By his marriage to Caroline Parker, he had 3 children, namely, (1) Caroline A. Kimball, b 5 Aug 1836, m. Rev. William L. Gage and had children; (2) William P. Kimball, b. 3 May 1840 m. Helen E. Haven and had children; (3) Leonard S. Kimball, b. 1843, d. 1861 unm. By his 2nd marriage, Leonard Kimball had children, namely, Edward W. (1849-1893, unm), and Horatio G. (b 1852 Lowell MA); and by his 3d marriage he had one child, Mary b 9 March 1868 m. Stanley H. Abbott of Wilton, had 7 ch.

Margaret-6 Parker (William-5, Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), daughter of William & Hannah (Aiken) Parker, b. 27 July 1813; m1) 3 July 1834 to Joseph Moore of Goffs Falls NH, he d. about 1837; she m2) 28 Nov 1839 to Bartholomew Smith. He d. 11 Aug 1858, and she d. 9 Dec 1846.
Child of Joseph & Margaret (Parker) Moore:
1. G. Byron Moore, b. 6 April 1837 in Goffs Falls NY; m. 29 Nov 1860 Susan C. Stinson. He d. 11 Apr 1872, She m2) 17 Ma 1877 Edwin S. Jones of Minneapolis MN. All of their children died young (2 unnamed infants, and two daughters, Jennie and Kate H.)
Children of Bartholomew & Margaret (Parker) Smith:
2. Albert G. Smith, died in infancy
3. Caroline J. Smith, b. 8 May 1843, d. 19 May 1915 in Roxbury MA at the home of her sister.
4. M. Fanny Smith, b. 25 June 1844; m. 18 Nov 1868 George C. Appleton of Roxbury MA. He d. May 31, 1906. One child, Harry Garner Appleton, b. 21 Sep 1872, m. 7 Apr 1906 Ethel Steadman. He d. 28 Apr 1915 in Roxbury MA.

John M-6 Parker (William-5, Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), son of William & Hannah (Adams-McGaw) Parker, b. 17 Sep 1822 in Goffstown NH, m. 25 Nov 1854 to Letitia C. Stinson of Dunbarton NH. She b. 9 March 1835, dau of Charles and Susan (Cochran) Stinson. She d. 8 Oct 1905 in Goffstown NH. John M. Parker was educated in the local schools and later at Hopkinton, Derry and Concord NH. In partnership with his brother, David, he carried on the mercantile business at Parker's Station, Goffstown, from 1843 to 1872, when the business was removed to Goffstown Village and later continued by their sons. For fifty years the firm of J.M. and D.A. Parker conducted extensive lumbering operations, considered one of the largest in the state. A Republican, he was a member of the State Executive Council during Governor's Cheney and Prescott, and was postmaster of Goffstown. He had many business interests, being elected president of the Guaranty Savings Bank of manchester at its organization in 1879. He was also a successful auctioneer. He d. 20 Sep 1902 in Goffstown NH.
Children of John M. & Letitia C. (Stinson) Parker:
1. +Charles S. Parker, b. 3 Nov 1855; m1) Ella J. Hoit; m2) Bessie R. Brackett
2. Henry W. Parker, b. 26 Feb 1859; m. 6 June 1906 Margaret Fairback of St. Louis MO, dau of Henry & Elsie (Price) Fairback. She b. 1869. He attending public schools and Gilmanton Academy. Early in life he engaged in business with his brother Charles S. of Goffstown as his partner, growing into one of the largest wholesale grocery houses in NH. Mr. Parker traveled extensively in the U.S. and other countries. He represented the town of Goffstown NH in the leiglature in 1906. Resided in Manchester NH, no children.
3. +Frank A. Parker, b. 1 June 1866; m. 17 Sep 1890 Annie J. Stark of Goffstown NH

David A.-6 Parker (William-5, Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), son of William & Hannah (Adams-McGaw) Parker, b.5 Oct 1824 in Goffstown NH; m1) 17 May 1853 Emily S. Palmer of Manchester NH. She d. 17 Oct 1865. He m2) 6 Dec 1867 Mrs. Olive A. (Hall) Cogswell of South Reading MA, dau of William and Olive (Patch) Hall. She b. 27 March 1839. When four years of age Mr. Parker suffered a stroke of paralysis, following scarlet fever, and was an invalid until 11 years of age, obtaining his early education from his mother as a result. From the age of 11-15 he attended public and private schools in Goffstown. The death of his father necessitated his leaving school, which he did to work on the farm and in connection with his brother, John M., the charge of his father's mercantile and lumber business. They also engaged for a few years in the livery business. He formed a partnership with his brother, John M., under the firm name of J.M. and D.A. Parker, continuing in this business until his death 26 May 1895 in Goffstown NH. In 1879 he formed a partnership with his son, William A., under the name of D.A. Parker and Son, for wood and lumber business which continued until his son's death.
Children of David A. & Emily S. (Palmer) Parker:
1. +William A. Parker, b. 11 May 1855 in Goffstown NH
2. Alice S. Parker, b. 11 Dec 1860 in Goffstown NH; m. 1 June 1884 to Irving A. Porter, of Boston MA, son of Charles S. and Louisa (Adams) Porter. He b. 17 May 1860. They resided in Medford MA.

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Edward-7 Parker (Isaac-6, William-5 Esq., William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Isaac and Jane (Poore) Parker, was b. 20 May 1823 in Goffstown NH. He married 3 Feb 1849 to Elizabeth Stockwell of Brantford, Canada, West. In the early days of the gold discovery on the Pacific Coast, he went to California by the overland route, but after remaining there a short time, returned to Boone Co IL where all his children were born. He died about 1904.
Children of Edward & Elizabeth (Stockwell) Parker:
1. William L. Parker, b. 18 Feb 1850 in Boone Co IL, d. 24 Dec 1858
2. Byron L. Parker, b. 7 Sep 1851 in Boone Co IL
3. Ellen E. Parker, b. 21 March 1855 in Boone Co IL
4. Maria Parker, b. 29 Sep 1856 in Boone Co IL
5. Jane P. Parker, b. 5 Apr 1859 in Boone Co IL, died same day
6. Charles Parker, b. 6 May 1860 in Boone Co IL
7. George Parker, b. 20 July 1862 in Boone Co IL
8. Commodore Perry Parker, b. 26 Oct 1865 in Boone Co IL
9. Willis Parker, b. 19 Sep 1870 in Boone Co IL, died same day
10. Edward Parker, b. 7 March 1873 in Boone Co IL

Abigail-7 Parker (Isaac-6, William-5 Esq., William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) dau of Isaac and Jane (Poore) Parker, was b. 26 March 1826 in Goffstown NH. She m. 30 Dec 1849 to John S. WIGGIN. He b. 1809 in Fairlee VT.
Child of John S. & Abigail (Parker) WIGGIN:
1. William E. WIGGIN, b. 14 Dec 1850 in Manchester NH; m1) 15 June 1873 to Lucy P. Hanson; He m2) 1901 to Anna Poore of Kinderhood IL. She b. 1876. He was in business in Manchester NH for several years, later moving to Hannibal Missouri and engaged in the railroad business. He d. in 1889, she d. Aug 1896.

Betsey P.-7 Parker (Isaac-6, William-5 Esq., William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) dau of Isaac and Jane (Poore) Parker, was b. 6 May 1829 in Goffstown NH. She m 21 March 1857 to Abram MITCHELL of Hooksett NH. He was a civil engineer in the construction of the Illinois Central Railroad. After its completion he was general superintendant of the railroad. They resided in Chicago, IL.
Children of Abram & Betsey P. (Parker) MITCHELL:
1. Jennie P. Mitchell, b. 21 May 1858 in Champaign IL, d. 30 July 1858 in Champaign IL
2. Arthur P. Mitchell, b. 7 July 1859 in Manchester NH; lawyer and civil engineer; drowned in Missoula, Montana, 26 June 1883, while in charge of the erection of a bridge.
3. Eugene T. Mitchell, b. 12 Oct 1860 in Duquoin IL; physician, located at Los Angeles, California, where he d. 1895
4. George R. Mitchell, b. 3 March 1866 in Centralia, IL

Lewis H.-7 Parker (Isaac-6, William-5 Esq., William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Isaac and Jane (Poore) Parker, was b. 13 April 1836 in Goffstown NH; m. 14 June 1858 to Mary Ellen McDole of Goffstown, dau of Joseph and Ann (Clogston) McDole. She b. 1838. He attended school in Goffstown, Hopkinton and Manchester NH. In Oct 1858 moved to Warren County, Indiana, and then to Centralia IL in 1866, subsequently moving to Chicago IL in 1905. He was a railroad official from 1858 to 1905; mayor of Centralia IL. In 1872 removed to Dubuque Iowa. He d. 13 June 1910 at Delphus Indiana.
Children of Lewis H. & Mary E. (McDole) Parker:
1. Harry M. Parker, b. 8 Aug 1859 in Indiana; m. 1882 to Charlotte Blair of Oswego NY
2. Lewis W. Parker, b. 14 Aug 1868 in Centralia IL; m. 1893 Gertrude M. Bundy of Chicago IL; lawyer and senior member of the firm of Parker and Hagan, Chicago IL
3. Joseph W. Parker, b. 21 March 1872, d. 4 Aug 1872

Francis "Frank" Wayland-7 PARKER (Robert-6, William-5 Esq, William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Robert & Mille (Rand) Parker, b. 9 Oct 1837, d. 10 March 1902; At eight years of age he was taken from school and bound out to a farmer of Goffstown where he remained five years, attending school during the winter. He attended the Academy at Mont Vernon NH, and also Hopkinton Academy. WHen 16 years of age he taught a winter term of school at Boscawen NH (Corser Hill), and continued to teach for several terms at Auburn NH. At age 21 he taught the village school at Hinsdale NH and became the principal of the grammar school at Piscataquog. In 1858 he was chosen principal of the school at Carrollton IL, remaining two years. He enlisted as a private (during the Civil War) in the 4th NH regiment, company E, appointed first lieutenant of the company. The next winter he was promoted to captain. At Deep Bottom he was given command of a brigade and during that attack was severely wounded in the chin and neck, and moved to a hospital. After his release he was promoted to the position of lieutenant-colonel, taking full command of a regiment at the battle of Fort Fisher. When mustered out in August of 1865 he became principal of the grammar school in Manchester NH where he remained 3 years, leaving to work in education in Dayton, Ohio. There was was chosen principal of the Normal Training school, and assistant superintendent in 1871. After his first wife died, he resigned his position and went to Europe, studying education at King William's University in Berlin, and took a two year's course in Hegelian philosophy. He returned to the United States in 1875 and was appointed superintendent of schools at Quincy MA. In 1880 he was chosen one of the supervisors of schools of Boston MA, and later principal of the Cook County Normal School at Chicago IL. He was author of many educational manuals, and visited many states during lecture tours. In 1900 living in Chicago IL, his father-in-law, Calvin Stewart residing with him. He m1) Phena "Phenie" Hall, who d. 1871; he m2) after 1880 to Mary "Frank" Stuart, dau of Calvin & Dorothy Stewart of Boston. The remains of himself and his second wife were cremated and the ashes are deposited in the family lot at West Manchester.
Children of Francis W. & Phena Hall:
1. Annie Parker, b. abt 1866 in NH, died age 19; buried with her mother in
West Manchester NH

Charles Irving-7 PARKER (John-6, William-5 Esq., William-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of John & Eliza (Goffe) Parker, was b. 10 March 1838 in Bedford NH; He attended public schools in Bedford NH, and entered Dartmouth College in 1859 but left before the commencement of his senior year, as a member of the cavalry contingent of the army in the Civil War. The honors of the class were bestowed upon him with the degrees of A.B. and A.M. After he returned from the war, in which he surrended to Stonewall Jackson at Harper's Ferry, he took up the work of teaching, after a short business experience at Virden IL. He took charge of the schools of Virden for a time, then went to Carlinville IL, directing the public schools there. In 1869 he went to Joliet IL as superintendent of schools, and in 1874 to Danville IL. In 1876 he became principal of the Oakland school in IL. In 1885 he became superintendent of the South Chicago IL schools. In 1886 he was elected president of the Illinois State Teacher's Association, and later became a life director in the National Educational Association. In 1893 he was appointed a member of the state board of education by the governor of the state. he married 19 May 1862 to Frances Avery of Carrollton, IL. She b 24 June 1842.
Children of Charles I. & Frances (Avery) Parker:
1. Adela Frances Parker, b. 26 Feb 1864 at Virden IL; m. 30 June 1885 to Elmer E. Kendall. Had 5 children, all born in Chicago IL [see Kendall in the Bedford NH history]
2. John Edward Parker, b. 15 Apr 1865 at Virden IL; m. Adah Barbara Slater and resided Chicago IL
3. Mabel Lillian Parker, b. 10 July 1876 at Danville IL

Eunice Augusta-7 Parker (Nathan-6,Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) dau of Nathan & Caroline E. (Stevens) Parker, b. 13 Apr 1835, d. 1 March 1903; m. 8 June 1858 to George Franklin SPAULDING, son of Ira & Eliza J. (Atwood) Spaulding. He b. 12 Feb 1833 in Merrimack NH and d. 13 Dec 1912 in Merrimack NH.
Children of George F. & Eunice A. (Parker) SPAULDING:
1. Frank Clarence SPAULDING, bap. 10 July 1864, died young
2. Caribel Frances SPAULDING, b 22 May 1867, d. 3 March 1958; m. 30 Oct 1901 to Rev. Charles S. Haynes
3. Clarence George SPAULDING, bap 24 Sep 1871 in Merrimack NH

Nathan Ambrose-7 Parker (Nathan-6,Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Nathan & Caroline E. (Stevens) Parker b. 11 Feb 1839, m. 13 Sep 1866 to Harriet "Hattie" A. Cutler. She b. abt 1838 in NH. In 1870 & 1880 living in Nottingham, Rockingham Co. NH. He was a Private Co F. 1st NH H.A. enlisting 24 Aug 1864 and mustered out 15 June 1865, a disability "rupture" indicated on 1890 Veteran's Census Schedule. In 1910 Nathan, wife Harriet, son Harry G, son "Elmer M." (both single) and brother Frank E. Parker (age 58).
Children of Nathan A. & Harriet A. (Cutler) Parker:
1. Fred S. Parker, b abt 1869/1870 in NH, in 1870 & 1880 census of Nottingham NH with parents
2. Harry G. Parker, b abt 1873 in NH, in 1880 census of Nottingham NH with parents; single in 1910 census; 1920 census shows wife Ida M. --. She b. about 1893 in NH. Had dau Priscilla R. Parker, b. abt 1918 in NH.
3. Nathan Elmer Parker, b. abt 1878 in NH, in 1880 census of Nottingham NH with parents, single in 1910-1930 census, so prob never married

William Forrester-7 Parker (Nathan-6, Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1), son of Nathan and Caroline (Stevens) Parker, b. 1 Aug 1843, d. 30 March 1899 in Epping NH; m1) 13 Sep 1866 to Agnes J. Cutler of Bedford NH. She b. 8 March 1847 and d. 30 March 1874, buried at Last Rest Cemetery in Merrimack NH. He m2) 27 Feb 1875 to Isabel "Isabela" F. Bucknam of Epping NH. In 1880 living in Nottingham NH, his occupation, mechanic.
Children of William F. & Agnes J. (Cutler) Parker:
1. Frank C. Spaulding Parker, b. 1864, d. 1865, buried Last Rest Cemetery, Merrimack NH
2. Caroline "Carrie" E. Parker, b. 20 Aug 1868 NH
3. Albert C. Parker, b. 4 Nov 1869 NH
Children of William F. & Isabel F. (Bucknam) Parker:
4. Grace May Parker, b. 13 Feb 1876 NH

Carmi Matthew-7 Parker (Elkanah Phillips-6, Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Elkanah P. & Sarah (Corning) Parker, b. 1835, m. 16 July 1863 to Anna Eliza McGaw, dau of Isaac & Eliza McGaw. (Isaac was a prominent lawyer who represented Windham NH in the State legislature). She b. 1836. He attended the town of Merrimack's high school and the Merrimack Normal Institute at Reeds Ferry. After leaving school, until 1866, he was in a country store, having taken his father's stock. In 1866, as head of the firm of Parker & Co., he began to manufacture furniture, and in 1880 he moved his business to Fitchburg MA. He did his own designing, and they were popular in New England. For six years he was also on the road, selling his own goods, and was successful. In 1890 he retired from the furniture business. In 1884 he became interested in the manufacture of screws, and began manufacturing them in a small way in Boston MA. Gradually enlarging the scope of his business, he invented machinery when it was otherwise impossible to obtain it. This business removed to Fitchburg under the name of the Boston Screw Company. Mr. Parker was trustee and member of the Investment Committee of the Fitchburg Savings Bank, also a director of the Fitchburg National Bank. He joined the Merchants' Association in June 1886, and was its president in 1891, 1892 and 1893. He was also director of the Fitchburg BOard of Trade. In 1900 residing in Fitchburg MA. He was Town Treasurer of Merrimack NH, and represented Merrimack in the NH legislature in 1878 and 1879, serving on the Committee of Education in 1878 and in 1879 presiding as chairman of the Committee on State Reform Schools. He was a member of the Fitchburg City Council in 1884 and 1885, and refused other offices on account of ill health. He was a member of the Board of Trustees of the McGaw Normal Institute for 20 years, and a member of the Park Club of Fitchburg MA. He was for ten years associated with the Amoskeag Veterans of Manchester NH. In religious belief he was a Congregationalist.
Children of Carmi M. & Anna E. (McGaw) Parker:
1. George Lincoln Parker, bapt. b Jan 1872, 26 May 1872 in Merrimack NH, graduated from Brown University; taught music in Fitchburg MA
2. +Henry Carmi "Harry" Parker, b. 28 Aug 1875 in Merrimack NH
3. Maurice W. Parker, b. February 1878 in Merrimack NH, graduate of Fitchburg High School.

Charles S.-7 Parker (John M.-6, William-5, Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of John M. & Letitia C. (Stinson) Parker, b. 3 Nov 1855; m1) 29 Aug 1877 Ella J. Hoit of Goffstown. She b. 24 Aug 1857 dau of Ziba A. & Mary (Moore) Hoit. She d. 3 Feb 1878 in Goffstown NH. He m2) 14 Sep 1886 to Bessie R. Brackett of Winchester MA. She b. 20 Aug 1862, dau of Edward A. & Amanda (Folger) Brackett. He was educated in the public schools of Goffstown, Clinton Grove and Manchester and at the age of 21 entered mercantile life in a store which he ran for many years. He has elected representative to the General Court in 1888. He resided in Goffstown Village on High Street.
Children of Charles S. & Bessie R. (Brackett) Parker:
1. John E. Parker, b. 2 Aug 1887 in Goffstown NH; m. 16 Oct 1812 Marjorie C. Barnard of Dunbarton NH. She b. 4 Nov 1889, dau of Aarcon C. and Mary (Caldwell) Barnard. They resided at the former residence of his grandather, John M. Parker at Parker's Village. He was a graduate of New Hampshire College, Class of 1909. They had a child, Ruth C. Parker, b. 28 Feb 1921
2. William F. Parker, b 17 July 1889 in Goffstown NH. He married 20 Feb 1918 to Edna Gertrude Fogg, dau of Henry M. and Permelia (Hall) Fogg. She b. 24 July 1893 in South Carver, MA. He was a graduate of Cornell University in NY, Clas of 1911, and was associated with his brother in business in Goffstown Village. He served during World War I.
3. Harry S. Parker, b. 7 Oct 1890 in Goffstown NH; he married 22 Sep 1917 to Shirlie Hammond Whipple, dau of Henry S. and Ava (Hammond) Whipple. She b. 7 July 1891. He was graduated from New Hampshire College Class of 1912, and was a special student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1912. He served in World War I. They had a child, Charlotte Whipple, b. 15 Nov 1919 in Concord NH.
4. Mary S. Parker, b. 23 Oct 1894 in Goffstown NH; graduated from Simmons College, Class of 1912. She m. 28 June 1920 to William J. Nelson, son of Claus and Emma (Lawson) Nelson. He b. 1887 in Woodstock CT. He was a professor and superintendent of schools.

Frank A.-7 Parker (John M.-6, William-5, Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of John M. & Letitia C. (Stinson) Parker, b. 1 June 1866 in Goffstown NH. He married 17 Sep 1890 to Annie J. Stark of Goffstown, dau of Lewis H. & Clara (Abbott) Stark. She b. 30 Jan 1867. He was educated in the schools of Goffstown, Gilmanton and Manchester NH. At the age of 21 he became associated with his brother, Charles S., in the mercantile business and for several years was in custom grinding and grain; he also operated wood and timber lots. He represented Goffstown in the legislature in 1900, and was a member of the school board. He resided on High street in Goffstown, in a house that was constructed in 1895.
Children of Frank A. & Annie J. (Stark) Parker:
1. Clara Letitia Parker, b. 14 Jan 1893 in Goffstown NH, graduated from Lasell Seminar, Class of 1912
2. Marion S. Parker, b. 8 June 1897 in Goffstown NH, d. 5 June 1911 in Goffstown NH

William A.-7 Parker (David A.-6, William-5, Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of David A. & Emily S. (Palmer) Parker, b. 11 May 1855 in Goffstown NH; m. 23 Aug 1876 to Mary A. Woodbury of Goffstown, dau of John B. and Mary (Patee) Woodbury. She b. 8 Oct 1858. He was educated at the public schools of Goffstown NH, and Francestown Academy. At the age of 21 he was engaged in the mercantile business in Goffswtown Village until 1879 when a partnership was formed with his father under the firm name of D.A. Parker and Son, in the wood and lumber business, which he continued until his death 19 Sep 1887.
Children of William A. & Mary A. (Woodbury) Parker:
1. +David W. Parker, b. 29 Oct 1877; m. Helen M. Hall
2. Olive Alice Parker, b. 27 Sep 1883, unmarried


*** EIGHTH GENERATION ***

Henry Carmi "Harry"-8 PARKER (Carmi Matthew-7, Elkanah Phillips-6, Nathan-5, Matthew-4, Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of Carmi M. & Anna E. (McGaw) Parker, b. 1875, m. Mary McLaughlin. In 1918 residing in Boston MA, single. Assisted his father in his factory.
Children of Henry C. & Mary (McLaughlin) Parker: [may be more ch]
1. Delia F. Parker, b. 25 Oct 1900

David W.-8 Parker (William A.-7, David A.-6, William-5, Capt. John-4,Thomas-3, Josiah-2, James-1) son of William A. & Mary A. (Woodbury) Parker, b. 29 Oct 1877 in Goffstown NH; m. 6 July 1904 to Helen A. Hall, dau of Clark B. and Frances (Sawyer) Hall. She b. 14 Oct 1876. He was educated in the schools of Goffstown NH, prepared for college at Manchester High School and graduated from Dartmouth College in the class of 1893. Harvard Medical College conferred the degree of M.D. upon him in 1903. He resided in Manchester NH, where he had a lucrative medical and surgical practice. He servedin World War I, in the 1st NH Battery at the border (in 1916).
Children of David W. and Helen A. (Hall) Parker:
1. David Hall Parker, b. 24 June 1910, d. 17 Aug 1912 Manchester NH
2. Frances Mary Parker, b. 4 Feb 1914 in Manchester NH
3. Mary Woodbury Parker, b. 31 July 1915 in Manchester NH

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PARKER FAMILY #3 (see ancestry at top of page)

FAMILY TREE of WILLIAM PARKER of NEW BOSTON NH & HIS DESCENDANTS OF GOFFSTOWN NH

*** FIRST GENERATION (in NH) ***

William-6 Parker, son of William-5 & Lucy (Spaulding) Parker, was b. 28 Dec 1782 in Billerica (or Carlisle) MA.He died 25 may 1875 in New Boston NH. He married 1st) 29 Nov 1810 to Martha FOSTER. She was b. 28 Jan 1786 and d. 8 Nov 1845, buried New Boston NH. He married 2nd) 15 Oct 1846 in New Boston NH to Mrs. Mary/Polly Sargent. She d. 13 May 1873.
Children of William & Martha (Foster) PARKER:
1. +William Parker, b. 17 Apri 1812 in Sharon VT, d. 1886 in Sharon NH; m. Sarah SMILEY. She b. 1815 in Peterborough NH, and d. 1907 in Peterborough NH.
2. Elbridge Hall Parker, b. 27 March 1815
3. Martha Hall Parker, b. 3 Sep 1818
4. +Granville Parker, b. 1 June 1820 in Sharon VT
5. Henry Franklin Parker, b. 2 Jan 1823
6. Mary J. Parker, b. 24 Feb 1825 in Sharon NH; she m1) -- Christy; m2) 29 June 1862 in NH to Benjamin COLBY, son of Enoch & Sarah (Senter) Colby. He b. 1820 in New Boston NH
7. Andrew Jackson Parker, b. 18 Aug 1829
8. Thomas Jefferson Parker, b. 18 Aug 1829
9. Jacob Parker, b. 11 Sep 1831

*** SECOND GENERATION***

William-7 Parker (William-6, William-5) son of William & Martha (Foster) Parker, was b. 17 April 1812 in Sharon VT. He d. 1886 in Sharon NH; m 2 April 1839 in Peterborough NH to Sarah "Sally" SMILEY, dau of Francis & Sally (Ames) Smiley. She b. 2 April 1815 in Peterborough NH and d. 26 Jan 1907 in Peterborough NH. They resided in New Boston NH. [See "History of Peterborough NH for ancestry of this Smiley Family].
Children of William & Sarah (Smiley) Parker:
1. William Frances Parker, b. 22 Feb 1840, d. 15 Aug 1854
2. Sarah M. Parker, b. 8 Aug 1841 in New Boston, Hillsborough Co NH, d. 1879; m. 30 May 1871 to Hiram Lynch, son of John and Nancy (Kelsey) Lynch. He was b. in New Boston NH. Had 2 children [LYNCH]: Mary E., b. 9 July 1874, and Henry H., b. 27 April 1876
3. Ellen Maria Parker, b. 5 May 1843 in Francestown NH, d. 17 Aug 1918 in Chelsea MA; m. 15 Jan 1863 at Francestown NH to Levi-6 Kidder (Samuel-5). He was b. in Francestown NH 7 Nov 1827. Children (KIDDER): (1) Emma b 17 Jan 1864, d. 28 Feb 1865); (2) Perley Parker, b. 1 July 1867; (3) George E., b. 2 Sep 1869; (4) Isa S. b 2 Sep 1870, m. George LOWE; (5) Myrtie M. b 22 July 1872; (6) Willie F., b. 16 Nov 1876; (7) Laura E., b. 26 June 1880; (8) Florence Bell, b. 26 Jan 1887.
4. Laura Ruth Parker, b 20 Dec 1844 in Peterborough NH, d. 1922; m. Henry Francis Dodge, son of Henry Codman & Sophia M. (Emerson) Dodge of Mont Vernon NH. He b. 17 May 1838 in Mont Vernon NH. Children [DODGE]: (1) Flora Lillian, b. 29 May 1865, d. 11 June 1865; (2) Fannie Laura, b. 29 Sep 1867, m. 1891 William D. CLARK of Amherst NH; (3) Clara Ella, b. 24 Sep 1873, m. Fred A. HOLT of Milford NH; (4) Allen Parker, b. 27 Dec 1878, d. 12 Jan 1879; (5) Abbie Sophia, b. 6 Sep 1880.
5. Clara F. Parker, b. 12 Sep 1846, d. 10 Aug 1854
6. Emma F. Parker, b. 16 Jan 1848, d. 2 Aug 1854
7. James C. Parker, b. 29 Jan 1850, d. 1 Aug 1854
8. David S. Parker, b. 23 Oct 1852, d. 2 Aug 1854
9. Herman Haskell Parker, b. 26 Sep 1855 in New Boston NH, d. 2 Aug 1923; m. 4 March 1879 in Milford NH to Hattie Lucretia TAYLOR. She b. 3 March 1856 in Milford NH and d. 10 July 1934. Had children: (1) Bertha Taylor Parker, b. 1 Jan 1883 in New Boston NH, d. 13 June 1968; (2) Ernest Herman Parker, b. 14 May 1888 in Milford NH; m. Beatrice P. McCabe.

[From "History of Goffstown NH"]
Granville-7 Parker (William-6, William-5) son of William & Martha (Foster) Parker, was b. 1 June 1820 in Sharon VT; m. Hannah C. Hutchins of Rumford ME, dau of David and Betsey (Holt) Hutchins. She b. 12 July 1812, and d. 21 Nov 1899. They resided in Chelsea MA, and Francestown, New Boston and Amherst NH; farmer. He died 30 Oct 1894 on Chesnut Hill in Amherst NH.
Children of Granville & Hannah C. (Hutchins) Parker:
1. George Elbridge Parker, b. 29 Dec 1842; m. 24 Dec 1868 to Abbie Holt, of New Boston NH, dau of John M. and Elizabeth (Christie) Holt. She b. 1850; he built the house in Goffstown Village on South Mast Street where Mrs. B.F. Harriman later resided. He d. 4 Jan 1884 in Manchester NH.
2. +Henrietta Parker, b. 20 May 1844 in Chelsea MA; m1) Charles N. Parkhurst; m2) Ralph Holbrook
3. +Granville Parker Jr., b. 31 Oct 1845 in Chelsea MA; m1) Clara A. Manning; m2) FLorence Ada Burditt
4. +Arthur Henry Parker, b. 11 Apr 1858 in Chelsea MA; m Emma Augusta Hill
5. Frank Edmund Parker, b. 19 Jan 1850 in Francestown NH
6. Charles Orin Parker, b. 3 March 1852, resided in Laconia, unmarried at the time of the writing of the town history
7. +Mary Ella Parker, b. 19 Apr 1854; m. B. Frank Hazen

*** THIRD GENERATION ***

Henrietta-8 Parker (Granville-7, William-6, William-5), dau of Granville & Hannah C. (Hutchins) Parker, b. 20 May 1844 in Chelsea MA; m1) 1862 Charles N. Parkhurst of Amherst NH. He died of disease at Fredericksburg VA, 17 Dec 1862, a member of Co A, 10 NH Vol Regt. She m2) 27 March 1867 to Ralph Holbrook of Amherst NH, son of Ralph and Lucy (Dodge) Holbrook. He b. 14 Jan 1838 in Bedford NH. She d. 10 Feb 1902. He d. 4 Feb 1917, both in Amherst NH.
Children of Ralph & Henrietta (Parker) Holbrook:
1. Cora E. Holbrook, b. 20 March 1871; m1) 17 May 1901 to Aaron Dodge, son of Elezaphan and Augusta (Bell) Dodge of Danvers MA. He b. 6 Nov 1848 in Beverly MA, and d. 19 Feb 1903. She m2nd) 10 May 1905 to Hubert A. Ingalls of Canterbury, son of Charles H. & Anna (Wetzell) Ingalls. He b. 9 May 1876. Children [INGALLS]: (1) Anna May Ingalls, b. 2 Sep 1907; (2) Henrietta Ingalls, b 24 May 1911.

Granville-8 Parker Jr. (Granville-7, William-6, William-5), son of Granville & Hannah C. (Hutchins) Parker, b. 31 Oct 1845 in Chelsea MA; m1) 27 Aug 1868 Clara A. Manning of New Boston NH, dau of Nathaniel & Nancy (Smith) Manning. She b. 23 Sep 1849 and d. 13 Jan 1878 in Amherst NH. He m2nd) 7 Dec 1882 to Florence Ada Burditt of Wakefield MA, dau of Henry and Mary (Eaton) Burditt. She b. 13 Apr 1855. He was an iron moulder by trade and removed to Goffstown NH from Chelsea MA in 1892, and purchased the Hancock or James Stiles place in the northerly part of the town, where he was engaged in farming.
Children of Granville & Clara (Manning) Parker:
1. Nettie Ella Parker, b. 13 Apr 1869 in Bedford ?MA/NH; m1) 5 July 1858 to Frank Hunnewell of Waltham MA, son of Amos M. and Margaret (Seiberlick) Hunnewell. He b. 5 July 1858 and d. 23 Dec 1898 at Bedford MA; She m2) 8 Dec 1901 to Willis M. Chandler, of Wilton NH, son of Joseph Perham and Frances Chandler. He b. 16 Jan 1869. Child [HUNNEWELL]: Mildred Elizabeth, b. 1 Sep 1895 in Bedford MA.
2. Clara Anna Parker, b. 21 June 1871 in New Boston NH; m. 26 Sep 1892 to George Anther FLAGG of Wakefield MA. Children [FLAGG]: (1) Laura Marion, b. 25 Jan 1894 in Wakefield MA; (2) Hiram Granville, b. 25 May 1896 in Wakefield MA; (3) Madeleine Peabody, b. 4 Aug 1904 in Malden MA

Arthur Henry-8 Parker (Granville-7, William-6, William-5), son of Granville & Hannah C. (Hutchins) Parker, b. 11 Apr 1848 in Chelsea MA; m. 2 Apr 1872 to Emma Augusta Hill of Amherst NH, dau of Samuel H. and Julia Hill. She b. 23 Jan 1852 in Nashua NH, and d. 5 Jan 1917 in Goffstown NH. He came to Goffstown NH in June 1887, where he was an undertaker until 1914; he represented the town of Goffstown in the legislature in 1889, and served on the board of selectmen.
Children of Arthur H. & Emma A. (Hill) Parker:
1. Laura Hill Parker, b. 9 Jan 1874 in Goffstown NH
2. Arthur Henry Parker, b. 1 Dec 1875 in Amherst NH, d. 13 Jan 1876
3. Mabel Louise Parker, b. 18 Aug 1879 in Chelsea MA
4. Lena Estelle Parker, b. 18 June 1881 in Amherst NH

Mary Ella-8 Parker (Granville-7, William-6, William-5), dau of Granville & Hannah C. (Hutchins) Parker, b. 19 Apr 1854; m. 27 Nov 1875 to B. Frank HAZEN, son of Horace and Betsey (Stevens) Hazen. He b. 24 Nov 1850. She d. June 8, 1919 in Manchester NH. He was a farmer, residing on Patten Hill in Goffstown NH on a place early occupied by Nehemiah Story, until the buildings were destroyed by lightning 23 Aug 1916.
Children of B. Frank & Mary E. (Parker) HAZEN:
1. Eva M. Hazen, b. 8 Apr 1875 in Goffstown NH; m. 1 Jan 1896 to Harry Hilchey of Manchester NH. He b. in Chester NH 19 Sep 1873. Children [HILCHEY, all b. in Bedford NH]: (1) Ray E. Hilchey, b. 7 July 1896; (2) Frank H. Hilchey, b. 7 July 1896; (3) Bernice E. Hilchey, b. 27 Oct 1901; (4) Dorothy E. Hilchey, b. 27 July 1906; (5) Bertha M. Hilchey, b. 22 March 1908.
2. Mary E. Hazen, b. 2 June 1877; m. Frank P. STEVENS [see Goffstown History]
3. Esther P. Hazen, b. 6 Aug 1892, d. 3 July 1899

**** FOURTH GENERATION***

Laura Hill-9 Parker (Arthur H.-8, Granville-7, William-6, William-5) dau of Arthur H. & Emma A. (Hill) Parker, b. 9 Jan 1874 in Goffstown NH; m. 22 June 1897 to Frank Lovell SWEETSER, of Manchester NH, son of Harrison and Abbie (Walton) Sweetser. He b. 2 June 1873 in Wilton NH. They resided in Mont Clair, New Jersey.
Children of Frank L. & Laura H. (Parker) Sweetser:
1. Donald Parker Sweetser, b. 15 May 1901 in Melrose MA
2. Dorothy Esther Sweetser, b. 13 Dec 1903 in Goffstown NH
3. Frank Lovell Sweetser Jr., b 5 Feb 1913 in Mont Clair NJ

Mabel Louise-9 Parker (Arthur H.-8, Granville-7, William-6, William-5) dau of Arthur H. & Emma A. (Hill) Parker, b. 18 Aug 1879 in Chelsea MA; m. 29 Nov 1905 to Clarence Andrew RAYMOND of Milford NH, son of George Andrew and Josephine (Bailey) Raymond. He b. 27 March 1881. They resided in Wrentham MA.
Children of Clarence A. & Mabel L. (Parker) RAYMOND:
1. Harold Andrew Raymond, b 27 Aug 1906 in Woonsocket RI
2. Sherwood Parker Raymond, b. 29 Feb 1908 in Melrose MA
3. Ethel Grace Raymond, b. 21 June 1911 in Wrentham MA
4. Loel Arthur Raymond, b. 24 Dec 1912 in Wrentham MA

Lena Estelle-9 Parker (Arthur H.-8, Granville-7, William-6, William-5) dau of Arthur H. & Emma A. (Hill) Parker, b. 18 June 1881 in Amherst NH, m. 6 May 1908 to Ralph Emerson GOODWIN of Moultonborough NH, son of Andrew Jackson and Ellen (Bickford) Goodwin. He b. 27 Feb 1882.
Child of Ralph E. & Lena E. (Parker) GOODWIN:
1. Marion Louise Goodwin, b. 26 Aug 1909 in GOffstown NH

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PARKER FAMILY #4

BENJAMIN PARKER of HILLSBOROUGH CO NH

Jacob-1 Parker son of John & Anna/Ann Parker of Essex England, b. 1626 in Marlborough, Wilshire England, d. 7 Jan 1667/68 in Billerica MA, an inventory of his estate was rendered 6 Apr 1669; m. abt 1651 in Woburn MA to Sarah --. She b. in England. (She may have been the Sarah Parker who m 4 Aug 1765 to Capt. John Wait of Malden MA). Her son Jacob Parker of Malden sold his father's homestead with a few acres of land on 17 May 1682 Jacob settled in Chelmsford MA as early as 1656. He was town clerk and held the range of sergeant.
Children of Jacob & Sarah Parker:
1. Jacob Parker, b. abt 1652
2. Sarah Parker, b. 14 Jan 1653; m. Nathaniel Howard
3. Thomas Parker, b. 28 March 1656
4. Tabitha Parker, b. 28 Feb 1658, m. Stephen Peirce
5. Rebecca Parker, b. 29 May 1661; m1, Jonathan Danford; m2, Joseph Foster
6. +Benjamin Parker, b. 8 Aug 1663
7. Rachel Parker, b. 9 March 1664-65, m. John Floyd
8. Mary Parker, b. 8 Sep 1667, m. Thomas Wait

Benjamin-2 Parker (Jacob-1) , b 8 Aug 1663 in Chelmsford MA, d. 14 Apr 1742 in Chelmsford MA; m. 14 Jan 1690/91 in Chelmsford MA to Sarah HOWARD, dau of Nathaniel & Sarah (Willard) Howard
Children of Benjamin & Sarah (Howard) Parker:
1. Sarah Parker, b. 1 Oct 1691
2. Mary Parker, b. 3 May 1694
3. Rebecca Parker, b 28 Feb 1697
4. Benjamin Parker, b. 12 Sep 169-, ?1699, Chelmsford MA records; had land from his father in Chelmsford MA in 1827 and probably was the man who married Elizabeth -- and had children in that town, probably the same whose estate was settled in 1771. Ch: Benjamin b 26 March 1723; Elizabeth, b 18 Aug 1725; Ruth, b 2 Oct 1729; David b 19 March 1731-2, prb m. Lucy dau of Jonathan Barrett; Philip, b 19 July 1734; m. Anna ?Osgood; and perhaps other children.
(Mutilated records account for the above imperfect dates)
5. Tabitha Parker, b. Feb [torn. 1701-2?]
6. +Henry Parker, b. Jan 21, 1705 Chelmsford MA records "Henery, s. Benjamin and Sary"
7. Jonathan Parker, b. 1 Aug 1709 Chelmford MA records, "Jonathan s. Benjamin and Sary"; probably the Jonathan who married Rachel -- and resided in Chelmsford. His will drawn 28 March 1865 was proved 5 Dec 1769, mentions wife Rachel and the following names children: Willard, the administrator; Jonathan, Sarah (b 13 Nov 1735, seems to have m. Moses Parker); Rachel (m. Zaccheus Wright); Tabitha (b 8 Sep 1741, m. Samuel Stephens), and Hannah (unm in 1770).

Henry Parker-3 (Benjamin-2, Jacob-1), son of Benjamin & Sarah (Howard) Parker, b. 21 Jan 1704/05 in Chelmsford MA m. to Sarah FARWELL (dau of Henry & Susannah (Richardson) Farwell. In the NEGHS Register, 50:311, "Land Bank of 1740," Henry Parker of Dunstable is listed, O, P, R, S. According to the History of Wilton NH, he was an early resident of the town and settled on the south part of lot No. 7, third range. He built the first bridge over the Souhegan River in Wilton, on the site of the one now near Gilman R. Mansur's. The abutments and piers were of wood. Tradition says he married Sarah Farwell.
Children of Henry & Sarah (Farwell) Parker:
1. Henry Parker, b. 15 Dec 1732,stated in The "History of Merrimack NH." NEHGS Register 14:271, from 'List of Persons in Captivity,' [missing Sept or Oct 1758] includes a 'Henry Parker Jr. with Capt Cheever.' History of Wilton NH says he was in the French War and was killed at the massacre of Fort Edward.
2. +Josiah Parker, d. 22 Oct 1776 who m. Phebe --
3. +Benjamin Parker
4. Sarah Parker lived on the homestead in Wilton NH
5. Susanna Parker lived on the homestead of Wilton NH
6. Tabitha Parker lived on the homestead in Wilton NH

Josiah-4 Parker (Henry-3, Benjamin-2, Jacob-1) son of Henry & Sarah (Farwell) Parker, d. Oct 22 1776. He settled on lot No. 5, seventh range. He was mustered July 16, 1776 as a corporal for Capt. William Barron's Co., Col. Isaac Warren's Regt for the Ticonderoga campaign. He started for home and d. at Castleton VT. He left a widow (Phebe) and a family of children.
Children of Josiah & Phebe Parker:
1. Josiah Parker, b. 28 Oct 1765; m. 5 June 1788 Eunice Pierce [A Query from the NEGH Register shows: "PARKER-FARWELL--History of Nelson NH--"Living in Charlestown at time [of Bunker Hill] was Josiah Parker a lad of eleven. His home was destroyed. The family then moved to Wilton NH." His father Josiah (m Phebe?) d. 22 Oct 1776 Castleton VT., returning from Ticonderoga. History of Wilton says grandfather Henry (m. Sarah Farwell) "early resident of Wilton." Clarification requested--Robert Parker Mason, 29 Westwood Park, Attleboro MA 02703"]
2. Phebe Parker, b. 27 Feb 1767
3. Henry Parker, b. 28 Dec 1768, d. 24 Feb 1769
4. Henry Parker, b. 24 Jan 1770
5. Samuel Parker, b. 17 Aug 1772
6. Farewell Parker, b. 6 Nov 1774
7. John Brown Parker, b. 2 Apr 1777, d. 16 Apr 1777

Benjamin-4 Parker (Henry-3, Benjamin-2, Jacob-1) son of Henry and Sarah (Farwell) Parker, lived a while on the homestead in Wilton NH with his father, but owing to uncongenial feelings between his father and his wife, he built a house on the easterly part of the lot and resided there. He married Anna Hardy.
Childen of Benjamin & Anna (Hardy) Parker:
1. Hannah Parker, b. 3 Apr 1771; m. 12 Nov 1789 to Elias HOLT
2. +Benjamin Parker b. 24 April 1774
3. Rebecca Parker, b. 6 Jan 1776, d. 8 Feb 1852
4. Mary Parker, b. 17 March 1779
5. John Hardy, b. 11 Aug 1785

Benjamin-5 Parker (Benjamin-4, Henry-3, Benjamin-2, Jacob-1) son of Benjamin and Anna (Hardy) Parker, b. 24 Apr 1774. He owned and resided on lot No. 9, second range in Wilton NH. He did much teaming for the stores from Boston with four oxen and two horses. He was prominent in the first six plowing matches at the Hillsborough County [NH] fairs. He married 25 Aug 1799 to Hannah Hartshorn. [see Hartshorn gen (10)].
Children of Benjamin & Hannah (Hartshorn) Parker:
1. Loammi Parker, b. 8 Nov 1800; he married and resided in Milford. In an altercation with one of his neighbors, he received a blow on his head from which he died in a few hours. He had one son, who was drowned in the river at Milford village.
2. Hannah Parker, m. May 1828, Daniel Dutton, who d. 28 Nov 1879 aged 82. He owned and resided on the farm which formerly belonged to Capt. Joshua Blanchard.
3. Abiah H. Parker, m. 3 Apr 1832 to Joseph HOWARD, who lived but a few years after his marriage. They had two daughters.


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PARKER Family in MERRIMACK NH AND VICINITY
(of the line of Dea. Thomas Parker of Lynn & Reading MA)

DEACON THOMAS PARKER, the emigrant ancestor, b. in England in 1609, emigrated to Lynn MA 1635; made a freeman in 1637, married Amy --. He resided in Reading MA and died there 1683 leaving a large family. His wife's name was AMY.

Dea Thomas & Amy Parker
John Parker & Hannah Kendall
Jonathan Parker & Ann Flint
Timothy Parker & Priscilla Carlton
Carlton Parker [SEE DIRECTLY BELOW]

PARKER LINE #5
DESCENDANTS OF CARLTON PARKER OF READING & ANDOVER MA, AND MERRIMACK NH
[other than two children being baptized in Merrimack NH, I do not find this line in the town in later generations]

CARLTON PARKER, son of Timothy & Priscilla (Carleton) Parker, bapt 1750 in Reading, Middlesex Co MA, d. 23 Dec 1809 in Andover, Essex Co MA; m. 18 Apr 1776 in Andover, Essex Co MA to Susanna HOLT, dau of Nathaniel & Elizabeth (Stevens) Holt. She b. 11 May 1755 in Andover MA.
Children of Carlton & Susanna (Holt) Parker:
1. Kindel/Kendall Parker, baptized 13 Oct 1776 Andover MA; m. 20 May 1800 in Medford MA to Joanna Floyd
2. Timothy Parker, bapt 20 Sep 1778 in Merrimack NH, died of yellow fever when returning from the West Indies, buried at sea 11 May 1806
3. Susanna, bapt. 27 May 1781 in Merrimack NH
4. Carlton Parker, b. 24 Nov 1782 in Andover MA, d. 24 Nov 1782 in Andover MA
5. Anna Parker, b. 12 Nov 1784 in Andover MA, bapt 17 Sep 1786 in Andover MA;d. 12 Sep 1799 in Andover MA "from a nervous fever"
5. Nathaniel Parker, bap 28 Sep 1788 Andover MA; m. 23 Dec 1824 in Andover MA to Mary Woodbridge
6. Elisabeth Parker, bap 9 Aug 1789 Andover MA
7. Carlton Parker (2d), bap 12 June 1791 Andover MA; m. 4 Apr 1822 in Andover MA to Mary Abbott, dau of David & Priscilla (Chandler) Abbott. Had 8 children born in Andover MA
8. Joseph Parker, bap 12 May 1793 Andover MA; d. 15 Aug 1812 in Andover MA
9. Priscilla Parker, bap 31 Dec 1797 Andover MA
10. Charles Parker, b 21 Dec 1800 in Andover MA, d. 16 June 1827 in Andover MA


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PARKER LINE #6 [see also #7 below]
DESCENDANTS OF JOSIAH PARKER of WOBURN MA AND WILTON NH
Ancestry:
Dea. Thomas & Amy Parker
Hananiah & Elizabeth (Browne) Parker
John & Elizabeth (Dodge) Parker
Josiah & Anna (Stone) Parker
Josiah & Mary (Monroe) Parker
Josiah & Hannah (Gardner) Parker
Josiah Parker [SEE DIRECTLY BELOW]

JOSIAH-7 PARKER, b. 6 Nov 1774 in Woburn MA, 'son of Josiah and Hannah,' he d. 30 Nov 1852. The farm in Wilton later owned by Nathan A. Cragin and F.P. Kent was bought in 1801 by Lieut. Abel Wyman of Burlington MA, who owned it six years. He sold the farm to Simon Carter of Woburn who occupied it until his death, December 1817. Mr. Carter conveyed the farm by will on certain conditions to his son-in-law Josiah Parker, who occupied it from 1818 until 1852. He was by trade a wheelwright, a good neighbor, and towsman and a man of pronounced opinions. He m. 6 Sep 1807 (intentions filed in Woburn 24 July 1807) to Abigail Carter. She b. 15 Sep 1781 in Woburn MA and d. 8 Sep 1836. He married 2nd, 15 Feb 1838 (Woburn records) to Mrs. Betsey S. Converse. She d. 3 Dec 1881 in Woburn MA at the age of 81 years.
Children of Josiah & Abigail (Carter) Parker:
1. Abigail Manning Parker, b. 6 Jan 1808; m. June 1832 to James Burton [see Burton Genealogy in 'History of Wilton NH'
2. Susan Richardson Parker, b. 26 May 1809; m. Lyman STONE who had charge for several years in the weaving room of the Wilton Manufacturing Co. His health was affected by his employment and he resorted to farming in various places including Temple and Nelson NH, and later residing in Milford NH
3. Hannah Gardiner Parker b. 23 Feb 1811; m. 24 Sep 1850 to Jonathan SNOW
4. Lydia Ann Parker b 5 Aug 1813; d. 4 March 1849; m. 14 Nov 1844 to Jonathan SNOW
5. John Flagg Parker b 27 Dec 1815; removed to Woburn MA and learned the wheelwright's trade. He resided at Woburn MA, Peterborough NH and Wilton NH, and then later in Groton MA. He m. 29 May 1845 to Martha Jones, dau of Asa Jones. Had ch: Ella Evory (b 21 Apr 1849), Everett Leland (b 1849, d 1853), and Marion Jane (b 20 Dec 1856).
6. Josiah Parker, b. 10 Apr 1819; d. 22 Jan 1880. He went to Woburn MA to learn the wheelwright's trade and resided there during his life. He married Nancy M. Wyman. Children: Wyman, Mary Francis, Wilber A., Lillian.
7. Andrew Jackson Parker b 26 May 1821, a wheelright; Resided in Woburn MA, Concord, Worcester MA and Wilton NH. At Concord and Worcester MA he was in the employ of the railroad. He m. 29 Nov 1849 Abbie Tapley, dau of Gilbert and Nancy (Stiles) Tapley. Had one child, Charles who m. Apr 1883 to Grace M. Wright.
8. Maria Louisa Parker, b. 24 Oct 1823; m. 5 March 1848 to Samuel R. Dolliver of Woburn MA, where they resided until 1868, when they removed to San Francisco, California, where Mr. Dolliver was a leather merchant.
9. Abram Parker, b. 21 June 1826; d. 8 Aug 1832
Children of Josiah & Betsey (?) Parker
20. Albert Parker, b. 12 Apr 1839; resided in Merrimack, Essex. Co MA; a blacksmith, married and had three children.
21. George Parker, b. 2 March 1841, d. 24 March 1841
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PARKER LINE #7
SOME DESCENDANTS OF DEA. THOMAS & AMY PARKER
of England, LYNN MA and WAKEFIELD MA

Deacon Thomas Parker
, son of John & Jane (Bates) Parker b. 31 March 1609 in England [either Little Norton, Derbyshire, or Brownsholme, Wiltshire; and d. 12 Aug 1683 in Reading, Middlesex Co. MA. He immigrated in 1635 on the ship "Susan and Ellen", Edward Payne, Master. He stopped first in Lynn MA; He was made a freeman 17 May 1637, and was one of the first settlers of Reading MA. He married Dec 1635 in Lynn, Essex Co MA to Amy --. She b. 1609 in England, and d. 15 Jan 1689/90 in Reading MA. The Parker homestead of 23 acres upland, orchard and meadow was on a knoll a few rods northeast of the present Town Hall in Wakefield MA. At the time of his death he owned at least 228 acres, and was able to bequeath large farms to his sons. He was a deacon from the time the Reading church was organized until his death, a period of nearly 40 years. He was a selectman in 1661, 1665, 1665, 1667 and 1669. He was a commissioner with Deacons Cowdrey and Kendall to end small causes. His name appears in several petitions addressed to the General Court by leading citizens. His burial stone is the oldest in the cemetery of the First Parish, now Wakefield:
Memento Mori Fugit Hora
Here lyeth within this Arched place ye body
of Deacon Thomas Parker who was won of ye
Foundation of ye Church who dyed ye
12 August 1683. Aged about 74 years.
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Children of Dea. Thomas & Amy (?) Parker:
1. +Thomas Parker, b. 1636 in Lynn, Essex Co. MA
2. Hananiah Parker, b. 1638 Lynn MA; m. Elizabeth Brown, dau of Nicholas; m2) widow, Mrs Mary Bright.
3. John Parker, b. 1640 Lynn MA; m. Hannah Kendall
3. Joseph Parker, b. 1640, died young
4. Joseph Parker (2), b. 1645 Lynn MA, died young
5. Mary Parker, b. 12 Dec 1647 Lynn MA
6. Martha Parker, b. 14 March 1648/49 Lynn MA
7. Nathaniel Parker, b. 16 May 1651 Lynn MA; m. Bethiah Polly
8. Sarah Parker, b. 30 Sep 1653 Lynn MA, died young
9. Jonathan Parker, b. 18 May 1656 Lynn MA; d. 1680 in the service during King Philip's Indian War
10. Sarah Parker (2), b. 23 May 1658 Lynn MA

=====NEXT GENERATION=====

Thomas Parker, son of Deacon Thomas & Amy (?) Parker, b. 1636 in Lynn MA;
d. 9 June 1699 in Reading MA; m. 13 Nov 1667 in Reading MA to Deborah Kibbe. She b. abt 1645.
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Children of Thomas & Deborah (Kibbe) Parker:
1. Thomas Parker, b. 9 Aug 1668 Reading, Middlesex Co. MA
2. Samuel Parker, b. 26 March 1670 Reading MA
3. Sarah Parker, b. 28 Feb 1672 Reading MA
4. Deborah Parker, b. 15 Aug 1674 Reading MA
5. Jonathan Parker, b. 4 Nov 1678 Reading MA
6. Elizabeth Parker, b. 25 June 1681 Reading MA
7. Abigail Parker, b. 11 Aug 1683 Reading MA
8. Ruth Parker, b. 22 Apr 1686 Reading MA
9. +Joseph Parker, b. 23 Nov 1688 Reading MA

=====NEXT GENERATION=====

Joseph Parker, son of Thomas & Deborah (Kibbe) Parker; b. 23 Nov 1688 in Reading, MA and d. 2 Feb 1752 in Reading MA; m. 6 April 1711 in Reading MA to Elizabeth Eaton, dau of Jonathan & Elizabeth (Burnap) Eaton of Reading MA. She b. 25 Feb 1687/68 and d. 27 Nov 1767 in her 80th year (gravestone record). Middlesex MA probate records, vol xiii, p. 124 show a document of Jonathan Eaton, brother to Elizabeth, and that her husband "John Pool and Joseph Parker, both of sd. Reading, who married the two sisters of the Dec,d...."
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Children of Joseph & Elizabeth (Eaton) Parker:
1. Sarah parker, b. 5 Sep 1713 in Reading MA
2. +Joseph Parker, b. 10 Apr 1717 in Reading MA
3. Elizabeth Parker, b. 20 Oct 1719 in Reading MA
4. Jonathan Parker, b. 24 July 1724 in Reading MA
2. Ephraim Parker, b. 31 March 1728 in Reading MA; m1) 1749 Ruth Bancroft; m2) 1752 Rebecca Temple; 1785 to Sarah --.


=====NEXT GENERATION=====

Joseph Parker, son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Eaton) Parker, who was b. 10 Apr 1717 in Reading MA; m. 22 Sep 1743 in Reading, Middlesex Co MA to Mary Walton, daughter of John Walton.
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Children of Joseph & Mary (Walton) Parker:
1. +Joseph Parker, b. 3 July 1744 Reading MA
2. Mary Parker, b. 1745
3. +Isaac Parker, b. 16 March 1746 Reading MA
4. Elizabeth Parker, b. 1753
5. Catharine Parker, b. 1757


=====NEXT GENERATION=====

Joseph Parker, son of Joseph & Mary (Walton) Parker, b. 3 July 1744 Reading MA; m. 30 Nov 1769 to Jerusha Mcintier [sic McIntire], dau of John & Lois (Upton) McIntire, and sister to Eunice, who married Joseph's brother Isaac. She b. abt 1749.
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Children of Joseph & Jerusha (McIntire) Parker:
1. Joseph Parker, b. 28 Aug 1770 Reading MA
2. Jerusha Parker, b. 25 Oct 1771 Reading MA; m. 8 Dec 1785 in Reading MA to John Nichols. Had issue [NICHOLS]: John, Jerusha, Bethia, Clarissa, Luther and Nancy.
3. Lucretia Parker, b. 20 June 1773 Reading MA
4. Mary Parker, b. 25 Feb 1775 Reading MA
5. Lois Parker, b. 1 July 1780 Reading MA

Isaac Parker, son of Joseph & Mary (Walton) Parker b. 16 March 1746 Reading MA; d. ---; m. 19 June 1783 in Lynn MA to Eunice McIntire/Macentire, dau of John & Lois (Upton) McIntire [although another source says David & Eunice (Hayward) McIntire Jr.] She was the great grand-daughter of Philip McIntire of Scotland who d 1719 in Reading MA, a Scots prisoner sold into servitude in 1650, arriving on the ship "Unity." [A Eunice Macentire, dau of David & Eunice was bap 1752 in Reading MA.]
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Children of Isaac & Eunice (McIntire) Parker:
1. +Isaac Parker Jr., b. 4 Aug 1784 in Reading, Middlesex Co. MA
2. Eunice Parker, b. 6 June 1786; died 3 April 1863, Amherst NH; shown in 1860 US census of Amherst NH living with her nephew Isaac, "spinster."
3. Amos Parker, b. 7 Oct 1788 Reading MA (per his death record); d. Mar 1863 Amherst NH, single.
4. Betsy Parker, b. 4 Feb 1791
5. +Haven "Hazen" Parker, b. 12 May 1793 NH
6. Ephraim Parker, b. 7 Sep 1795 in Amherst, Hillsborough Co. NH; d. 26 June 1886 Bedford NH; m. 16 July 1826 to Rebecca Dowse, dau of Benjamin & Rebecca (Marshall) Dowse. She b. 5 Apr 1796 in Billerica MA and d. 28 Nov 1851
7. Polly Parker, b. 2 Nov 1798, d. 4 Nov 1798 Bedford NH

=====NEXT GENERATION=====

Isaac Parker, Jr., son of Isaac & Eunice (McIntire) Parker, b. 4 Aug 1784 in Reading, Middlesex Co. MA, and died before 1850 probably in Amherst NH; m. 6 Feb 1816 in Merrimack NH to Nancy Dows/Dowse, dau of Benjamin & Abigail (Frost) Dows/Dowse Jr. She b. 6 Oct 1788 in Billerica, Middlesex Co. MA; bapt 12 Oct 1788 same place. She d. 6 May 1864 in Amherst, Hillsborough Co. NH. After her husband's death, Nancy lived with her son Isaac in Amherst NH, as shown in both 1850 and 1860 U.S. Census records.
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Children of Isaac Parker & Nancy (Dows) Parker, Jr.:
1. Jonathan Parker, b. 14 March 1818 in Amherst, Hillsborough Co. NH, d. 19 Oct 1850
2. Nancy Parker, b. abt 1820 Amherst NH, prob. died young
3. +Isaac Parker Jr. b. 10 June 1822 in Amherst NH
4. Nancy J. Parker, b. 11 Feb 1825 Amherst NH; d. Milford NH; m. 14 Nov 1850 to Rodney Howard, son of Henry & Polly (Odell) Howard; He b. 20 March 1817 in Amherst NH. Had children [HOWARD]: Charles Rodney, b. 1851 and Ada L. b 1864; res. Amherst NH
5. Joseph Parker, b. 14 June 1828 in Amherst NH; d. Nov 1833 in Amherst NH

Haven "Hazen" Parker, son of Isaac & Eunice (McIntire) Parker, b. 12 May 1793 NHm. Eliza Morrill, dau of Robert & Betsy (Smart) Morrill. She b. abt 1799 in Moultonborough NH and d. 28 Dec 1888 in Hill NH.; He served in War of 1812, 1st Regt (Fisk's) NH Militia. His wife Eliza later applied for his pension.
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1850 US Census
New Hampshire > Grafton > Hill > 13
Haven, Parker 56 M Farmer
Eliza parker 51 F
G.W. Parker 17 M Laborer
M.L. Parker 8 F NH
Chas H. Parker 6 M NH
C.C. Parker 4 M NH
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In 1860 he is listed as Horace Parker, same location.
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1870 US Census > New Hampshire > Merrimack > Hill > 13
Parker, Hazen, 77 M W Farmer 500/150 NH
Parker, Eliza 71 F W kepeing House NH
Parker, Mary L 29 F W at home NH
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Children of Haven & Eliza (Morrill) Parker:
1. George W. Parker b. abt 1833 Nashua NH; m. Rebecca S. in 1876 living in Boston MA where son Ernest Haven Parker is born 23 Nov 1876. Wood & Coal Business.
2. Mary L. Parker, b. abt 1842 Hill, NH; d. 16 Aug 1889 Hill, NH; m. Franklin "Frank E." Adams who was born in Haverhill MA. [Mary's death cert states mother is Eliza Morrill]. In 1880 living in Hill NH with Husband Franklin (age 32 farmer), son Herman (age 2, b. 8 June 1877 Hill NH, d. 18 March 1899), dau Edith (age 1) and mother Eliza Parker (81 widow).
3. Charles H. Parker, b. abt 1844 NH
4. C.C. Parker, b. abt 1846 NH


=====NEXT GENERATION=====

Isaac Parker, son of Isaac and Nancy (Dows) Parker; b. 10 June 1822 in Amherst NH and d. 3 Aug 1882 in Amherst, Hillsborough Co. NH. He married 30 July 1857 in Amherst NH to Julia P. Hodgman, dau of George & Mary (Parker) Hodgman. She b. 30 June 1834 in Bedford, Hillsborough Co. NH. [census says b. Massachusetts] Resided in Amherst NH
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1850 US Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough > Amherst > 23
Isaac Parker 28 M Farmer 2000 NH
Jonathan Parker 34 M Laborer NH
Nancy Parker 62 F NH
Eunice Parker 66 F NH
Amos Parker 62 M no occupation NH
Nancy J. Parker 25 F. NH
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1860 US Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough > Amherst > 27
Isaac Parker 27 M Farmer 2500 1000 NH
Julia H. Parker 26 F wife Mass
George E. Parker 1 M NH
Amos Parker 72 M Laborer Mass
Eunice Parker 74 F Spinsters Mass
Nancy Parker 71 Widow Mass
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1870 US Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough > Amherst > 2
Parker, Isaac 45 M W Farmer 2500/1000 NH
Parker, Julia 36 F W Keeping House Massachusetts
Parker, George E. 11 M W at home NH
Parker, Fred H. 8 M W at home NH
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1880 US Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough > Amherst > District 104 > 6
Parker, Isaac W M 57 Farmer NH Mass Mass
Parker, Julia h. 44 F wife Keeping House Mass Mass NH
Parker, Fred H. W M 18 son farm laborer NH NH Mass
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Children of Isaac & Julia P. (Hodgman) Parker:
1. +George Edwin Parker, b. 6 Nov 1859 in Amherst NH
2. +Fred H. Parker, b. 4 July 1861 in Amherst NH; m. 14 Jan 1885 in Groton MA to Alice Fanny Holden, dau of Charles H. & Lorenza M. (Stevens) Holden. She b. 8 March 1861 in Groton, Middlesex Co. MA.

=====NEXT GENERATION=====

Fred H. Parker, son of Isaac & Julia P. (Hodgman) Parker b. 4 July 1861 in Amherst NH, and died before 1927 when his wife is shown a widow in the local directory; m. 14 Jan 1885 in Groton MA to Alice Fanny Holden, dau of Charles H. & Lorenza M. (Stevens) Holden. She b. 8 March 1861 in Groton, Middlesex Co. MA; resided Baboosic Road, Merrimack NH.
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Children of Fred H. & Alice F. (Holden) Parker:
1. Wilbert Fred Parker, b. 2 Sep 1890 Amherst NH; d. September 1978, Amherst NH. He was a member of the Souhegan Grange;
2. +Clyde Holden Parker, b. 19 July 1894, d. August 1971 in Manchester NH

George Edwin Parker, son of Isaac & Julia P. (Hodgman) Parker, was b. 6 Nov 1859 in Amherst NH. He married 27 Jan 1886 in Amherst NH to Mary Ann Atkinson, dau of Robert & Annie (Bethel) Atkinson. She b. 6 Feb 1866 in Philadelphia PA.
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Children of George E. & Mary A. (Atkinson) Parker:
1. George Atkinson Parker, b. 30 Oct 1886 in Amherst NH
2. +Charles Richards Parker, b. 18 Jan 1889 Amherst NH
3. Annie Julia Parker, b. 30/31 March 1890 Amherst NH
4. Forest Grover Parker, b. 31 May 1892 Amherst NH; m. 23 Oct 1915 in Somerville MA to Lillian Grace Rogers; resided 123 Brooks St., Medford MA, he was employed Chamberlain & Co. Inc. 24 S. Market St. Boston MA.
5. Elizabeth "Lizzie" M. Parker, b. 14 Apr 1894 Amherst NH
6. Willard Howard Parker, b. 5 Aug 1897 Amherst NH; On 8 Oct 1942 he registered for the WWII Draft indicating he was single without dependents, had two years of high school and worked in a hotel.
7. Leroy “Roy” Parker, b 27 Oct 1905 Amherst NH, d. April 1986 in West Palm Beach FL; m. 12 April 1925 in Merrimack NH to Edith F. Thibodeau, dau of Maurice & Julia (Lavoie) Thibodeau. She b abt 1906 ? Rumney NH. Ch: Edwin S. (b abt 1928) Beverly A (b abt 1930) and Elizabeth M. (b abt 1932). Resided in Amherst NH.


=====NEXT GENERATION=====


Clyde Holden Parker, son of Fred H. & Alice F. (Holden) Parker, b. 19 July 1894, d. August 1971 in Manchester NH. He married abt 1922 to Lucy Sanborn, daughter of Albert Fellows Sanborn. She b. abt 1897 in NH. Lived on Hall Street in Manchester NH. Was a clerk in a cotton mill, and later a bank clerk.
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1930 US Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough > Manchester > District 28 > 6
Parker, Clyde H. Head 4500 M W 38 married at age 27 NH NH NH clerk office cotton mill
Parker, Lucy S. wife F W 33 married at age 25 NH NH NH
Parker, Robert S., son M W 5 single NH
Parker, Audrey L. dau F W 2 single NH
Sanborn, Albert S., father in law M W 68 widow m age 30 nh nh nh
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Children of Clyde H. & Lucy (Sanborn) Parker:
1. Robert S. Parker, b 17 Dec 1924 Manchester NH; d. 14 Feb 2008 Bradford, Penobscot Co. Maine.
2. Audrey L. Parker, b. abt 1928 Manchester NH


Charles Richard Parker, son of George Edwin & Mary Ann (Atkinson) Parker, was b. 18 Jan 1889 in Amherst, Hillsborough Co. NH, and died April 1986 in Claremont, Sullivan Co. NH He married by 1915 to Susanne/Susan "Susie" Belle Patterson. She b. April 1888 in Merrimack NH, dau of George E. & Anna M. (Foster) Patterson [He b June 1837. He m1) 24 Nov 1867 in Dorchester, Grafton Co. NH to Bertha P. (Youngman) Roberts; he m2) 15 May 1878 in Rumney, Grafton Co. NH to Anna M. Foster].and died October 1968 in Merrimack NH. In 1920 residing in Merrimack NH. He was employed for many years at the Nashua Bleachery, and was a member of the Souhegan Grange for 60 years, once master. He was caretaker for both the South Congregational Church and the parish house.
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1900 US Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough > Amherst > District 76 > 14
Parker, George E. W M Nov 1859 41 married 13 yrs NH NH MA Farmer
Parker, Mary A wife W F Feb 1866 34 married 13 yrs 6 ch 6 living PA Engl Engl
Parker, George A. son W M Oct 1886 13 single NH NH PA
Parker, Charles B. son W M Jan 1889 11 single NH NH PA
Parker, Annie J. dau W F March 1890 10 single NH NH PA
Parker, Forest A son W M May 1892 8 single NH NH PA
Parker, Lizzie M. dau W F Apr 1894 6 single NH NH PA
Parker, Willard H son W M Aug 1898 2 single NH NH PA
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1920 US Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough > Merrimack > District 80 > 16
Parker, Charles R. Head M W 30 M NH NH PA farmer, home farm
Parker, Susan wife F W 31 married NH [b abt 1889]
Parker, Richard P. son M W 5 single NH
Parker, Lois A dau F W 2-11/12 single NH
Parker, Forest E. son M W 1-4/12 single NH
Patterson, George E. father-in-law M W 83 widow NH Scotland Massachusetts
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1930 US Census > New Hampshire > Hillsborough > Merrimack > District 79 > 2
Parker, Charles R. Head 3000 M W 40 married at age 23 NH NH NH Laborer
Parker, Susan B. wife F W 42 married at age 25 NH NH NH
Parker, Richard P. son M W 15 single NH NH NH
Parker, Lois A. dau F W 13 single NH NH NH
Parker, Forest E. son M W 11 single NH NH NH
Parker, Marjorie dau F W 3-1/2 single NH NH NH [b 1926-27]
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US Public Records
Maggi B. Parker
b. 1 Sep 1927
1987 Address:
PO Box 10157, Honolulu HI, 96816
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Name: Charles Richards Parker
Date of Birth: 18 Jan 1889
Place of Birth: Amherst, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States
Father's Name: George E Parker, b. Amherst NH Farmer
Mother's Name: Mary J Atkinson, b. Philadelphia PA
Place Recorded: Amherst, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States
GS Film Number: 1001030
Digital GS Number: 4244275
Image Number: 04120
2nd child
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NH Marriage Records, Film # 2294446
Date: 14 June 1947
Place: Merrimack, Hillsborough Co. NH
Groom: Roscoe Wilson Brown, son of Wilson Grant & Arcada Zella (Foster) Brown; age 34
Bride: Lois Ann Parker, dau of Charles Richard & Susanne Belle (Patterson) Parker, age 25
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Raleigh Register (newspaper) of Beckley, West Virginia
August 2, 1968
Maggi Parker Makes Most of Life
by Dick Kleiner
NEA Hollywood Correspondent
HONOLULU (NEA) -- Hollywood may some day succeed in doing something to Maggi Parker that life hasn't done--type-cast her.
Maggis is the Hawaiian discovery that all the people connected with the new CBS series Hawaii Five-O are excited about. It is easy to understand their excitement; Maggi is one sharp lady.
No teeny-bopper or juvenile sex symbol, she's a mature, sophisticated, but down-to-earth 34-year-old. She's crammed more into her 34 years than most people do into a life-time. And she's still cramming.
Maggi is a proper Bostonian, distantly related to Parker games people. She always wanted to act, but that ambition was frowned on by her parents.So she took her master's degree in education from Boston University and set out on a teaching career. She taught in Nashua, N.H., and on Cape Cod. Then she signed up as a teacher with the Air Force.
She taught in a school the Air Force maintained in Madrid. She became an expert in handling emotionally disturbed children at an Air Force base in Malloren.She came to Los Angeles to work on her doctorate at the University of Southern California. She was studying school administration, but marriage got in the way. Instead of a Ph.D., she got a Mrs. and came to Hawaii in 1964.
When Hawaii Five-O came here she was among the first local actors cast, playing the continuing role of Jack Lord's secretary. It isn't a big part--yet--but she's there ever week, and there is the usual talk of enlarging her role in coming episodes.
"At first," Maggie says, "I was deathly afraid of Jack. For the first two shows, I'd look up from my desk and there would be this blank wall -- nothing in his eyes. But somehow, that changed in the third show. For the first time, he seemed to see me. Its bee fine from then on."
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2010 Property Evaluation 4340 Pahoa Avenue #6B, Honolulu HI
Marjorie B.[lance/Blanche] Parker
$601,600
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April 10, 1947, Nashua Telegraph
South Merrimack NH
There were two christenings during the Sunday morning services, Richard Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Brown of Charlestown and grand son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Parker of this town ...."
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Children of Charles R. & Susanne/Susan B. (Patterson) Parker:
1. Richard Patterson Parker, b. 1914 NH; d. 1940 [twin]
2. Elizabeth M. Parker, b. and d. 1914, on stone in Reed's Cemetery, Merrimack NH][twin]
3. Lois Ann Parker, b. 9 Feb 1917 in Merrimack, Hillsborough Co. NH, and d. 31 Aug 1997 in Claremont sullivan Co. NH; housewife in Claremont NH; She m 14 June 1947 in Merrimack, Hillsborough Co. NH to Roscoe Wilson Brown, son of Wilson Grant & Arcada Zella (Foster) Brown. He was b.6 May 1908 in Woodsville NH and d. April 1977 in Claremont NH. They had one child.
4. Horace E. Parker, b. and d. 1918, [on stone in Reed's Cemetery, Merrimack NH.]
5. Forrest E. Parker, b. 18 Sep 1918 NH, d. 24 Nov 1993, age 75, in Norwalk, Fairfield Co. CT; he married Doris A. Heath, dau of Apthorp & Marion (Collins) Heath of Boston MA. She b. 23 Nov 1920 in MA and died Sep 1983 in Norwalk CT; He was superintendent of teachers in Norwalk CT, completed 5 yrs of college; resided 19 Winnepauk Drive, Norwalk CT
6. Marjorie "Maggi" Blanche Parker, b. 1 Sep 1927 in Nashua NH. She attended elementary schools in Merrimack and graduated from Nashua High School in 1944. She was active in the school band and played the trumpet. She performed in Grange shows and loved the theatre. She graduated from Keene State College (Class of 1948), majoring in education, then received her masters degree from Boston University. She taught in Merrimack NH, then at Webster School in Hudson NH where she performed with the Hudson Players. She also taught in Massachusetts. She was principal of a high school in Mallorca, principal of an elementary school in Japan and assistant professor of education at California State College in Los Angeles--Summer Session. She starred in 11 episodes of the television drama, Hawaii Five-O, from 1968 to 1969, playing the [Jack Lord's] secretary, "May." She also appeared in movies, "Hawaii," "Paradise Hawaiian Style," and "I Sail to Tahiti with an All-Girl Crew." She also appeared in television, i.e. "I Dream of Jeannie" and in several commercials. She was co-founder and partner in the Parker-Ames Center in Honolulu. She assisted Harriet Lanihau Makekau, one of the Hawaiian royalty to raise money for the Iolani Palace, and was on the board of the Kawananakoa Foundation until 1998. In 2007 Abigail Kawananakoa threw an 80th birthday party for her at an Outrigger Canoe Club dinner party. [SEE Blog: Cow Hampshire Article ] [SEE Merrimack Historical Society Article]

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WILLIAM PARKER OF ENGLAND
(found in History of Merrimack, Hillsborough Co NH)

William PARKER, m. Margaret --; b. 1799.
Children of William & Margaret Parker:
1. +William T. Parker, b. 10 Nov 1822 in England, d. 1894
2. Lafayette W. Parker, b. 1825; m. Ann J. --. b. 1828

William T. Parker, son of William and Margaret, b. 10 Nov 1822 in England, d. 30 Nov 1894; m 1 Sep 1846 to Abigail Nourse Spaulding, dau of Oliver. She b. 1818.
Child of William T. & Abigail N. (Spaulding) Parker:
1. Elizabeth Parker, b. 1852
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GENERAL SOURCES:
1. History of Bedford, New Hampshire from 1737 : being statistics compiled on the occasion of the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the incorporation of the town, May 15, 1900; Bedford, N.H.: The town, 1903
2. 1790-1930 United States Census
3. History of Old Dunstable NH
4. History of Goffstown NH
5. History of Weare NH
6. History of Merrimack NH
7. Biographical review of Worcester County, Massachusetts
8. http://www.rays-place.com/town/nh/bedford/marrage-2.htm
9. History of Francestown NH
10. History of Mont Vernon NH
11. History of Amherst NH
12. History of Wilton NH


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