A female Quaker preaches (c.1723)
SURNAME  -  PARKER
Notes - PICTURES
"Historical and Biographical Atlas of the New Jersey Coast," by T. F. Rose, 1878.
Image ID: line2740, NOAA's America's Coastlines Collection
Location: Point Pleasant, Monmouth County, New Jersey
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Ocean House, Point Pleasant, Monmouth County, N.J.
4    PARKER   MARGARET
5    PARKER SOLOMON
6    PARKER   ROBERT JAMES
7    PARKER THOMAS N
8    PARKER JOSEPH
9    PARKER JOSEPH
10  PARKER JOSEPH
11  PARKER GEORGE
12  PARKER GEORGE
This is a work in progress.
All information is speculative
.
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Quantock Staghounds - Somerset  1911
The Banner - Lillis Family Tree
SURNAME  -  PARKER
1  
Joseph Donald BANNER  
Margaret Alicia LILLIS  
2
Arthur LILLIS   
Ella May PLIMLEY  
3
John LILLIS
Margaret MORAN
4
JOHN MORAN
Margaret PARKER
5
Solomon PARKER
Nancy WELCH
6
Robert James PARKER
Providence MILLER
7
Thomas PARKER
Amy JAMES
8
Joseph Sr. PARKER
9
Joseph PARKER
Elizabeth LIPPINCOTT
10
Joseph PARKER
Margaret Unknown
11
George PARKER
Francis DARBYE
or
Francis BROWN
12
George PARKER
Mary WHITE
4
Margaret PARKER
born -  Canada - Mountain, Dnds - 24 Nov 1832
died - Michigan - Harbor Beach, Huron - : 7 Mar 1918
Married
JOHN MORAN
born -  Ireland - Killarney, Erie -  24 Jun 1832
died - Michigan - Sand Beach Twp, Huron - 11 Apr 1917
Children
1. James Solomon MORAN  3 May 1855
2. Anna MORAN  22 Dec 1857
3. Mary MORAN  4 Jul 1859
4.
Margaret MORAN  10 May 1862
5. Living MORAN
6. Emma Esther MORAN  17 Jul 1864
7. Sarah MORAN  10 Jun 1866
8. Caroline MORAN  25 Jul 1871
9.  Jeremiah MORAN  25 Jul 1871
10. Ella MORAN 25 Nov 1874

Source -
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Solomon PARKER
born - Canada - Grenvile, Ontario -  24 Aug 1804
Christening:-  Luthern Church, Williamburg  - 9 Sep 1804
died - MT - Anaconda, Deer Lodge -  8 May 1884
married - Dec 1826
Nancy WELCH
born -  Canada - Ontario - 7 Jan 1811
died - Canada - Ekfrid, Middlesex, Ontario - 16 Dec 1850
Children
1.Amy PARKER   Canada - Mountain, Dundas, Ontario - 2 Sep 1827
2. William PARKER   Canada - Mountain, Dundas, Ontario  11 Jul 1830
3
Margaret PARKER Canada - Mountain, Dundas, Ontario  24 Nov 1832
4.James PARKER Canada - Mountain, Dundas, Ontario  25 Mar 1836
5. John PARKER Canada - Ekfrid, Mddlsex, Ontario - 24 Feb 1838
6.Robert George PARKER Canada - Ekfrid, Mddlsex, Ontario - 14 Jul 1841
7. Providence Jane PARKER Canada - Ekfrid, Mddlsex, Ontario - 24 Mar 1844
8. Lydia Ann PARKER  Canada - Ekfrid, Mddlsex, Ontario -  19 Nov 1847
9. Thomas PARKER   Canada - Ekfrid, Mddlsex, Ontario - 14 Dec 1850


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Robert James PARKER
born - New Jersey - Freehold, Monmoth -  7 Jan 1762
died - Canada - Sorel, Quebec
married - Canada -  Edwardsburg, Granville, Ontario - January 1785
Providence MILLER
born - New York -  Mhwk Valley - 10 Oct 1768
died -
Children
1. John PARKER  Canada -  Ontario - 10 Oct 1785
2. William PARKER Canada -  Ontario - around 1787
3.James PARKER  Canada -  Ontario - 14 Feb 1792 -1793
4. Charles PARKER  Canada -  Ontario - 1793
5. Joseph PARKER b Canada -  Ontario - 18 Feb 1795
6. Catherine PARKER  Canada -  Ontario - 23 Mar 1798
7. Joshua PARKER Canada -  Ontario -  23 Mar 1798
8. Hannah PARKER  Canada -  Ontario - 20 Aug 1801/1804
9.Robert PARKER  Canada -  Ontario - 8 May 1803
10.
Solomon Ellis PARKER - Canada - Edwardsburgh, Grenville, Ontario -
25 Aug 1804
c:Williamburg - Luthern Church- 9 Sep 1804
11. Lydia Ann PARKER   Canada -  Ontario 1805
12. Thomas PARKER  Canada -  Ontario - 24 Aug 180
6


Source:
The Life and Times of Alonzo Hamilton Packer and his wife Lydia Ann Parker"
Compiled by John A. Freestone
Appendix A-13
Robert Parker
"Robert Parker felt loyalty to the British Crown so after the Revolutionary
War he moved to make his home in Ontario, Canada. He married Providence
Miller (1766-?) and they had a son named Solomon Parker.
"

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Thomas PARKER
born - New Jersey -  Montgomery, Somerset  1736
married - New Jersey  -  Montgomery, Somerset - 1761
died - New Jersey - Freehold, Monmouth County 31 JUL 1822
Amy JAMES
born - New Jersey - Freehold, Monmouth - 1740
died -
Children
1. Robert James PARKER -  New jersey - Freehold, Monmoth - 7 Jan 1762
2. Ann PARKER - New jersey - Freehold, Monmoth - 15 May 1763
3. Amey PARKER - New jersey - Freehold, Monmoth -  16 Feb 1765
4. John T. PARKER   - New jersey - Montgomery, Somerset - 1 Jun 1766
5. Thomas PARKER New jersey - Montgomery, Somerset - 16 Mar 1768
6. William PARKER New jersey - Montgomery, Somerset - 14 Oct 1769
7.Amey PARKER -   New jersey - Montgomery, Somerset - 8 Feb 1772
8. Lydia PARKER - New jersey - Montgomery - 26 Nov 1773
9. Anthony PARKER -  New jersey - Montgomery - 13 Sep 1775

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Joesph Parker and his many wives

Joseph Parker
born -  NJ - Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co  24 NOV 1701
died -  NJ - Parkertown, Little Egg Harbor, Burlington Co -  21 JUN 1777
buried - NJ - Tuckerton, Burlington Co -  Friends Graveyard

1 married - NJ - Tuckerton, Burlington Co - SEP 1721
Hannah Andrews
born - NJ - Tuckerton, Burlington Co -  11 JUL 1700
died -  NJ - Parkertown, Little Egg Harbor, Burlington Co - 1739

2 married - 24 FEB 1725/26
Deborah Worthley
born -  NJ - Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co -  12 APR 1703
died -  

3 married -  NJ - Parkertown, Little Egg Harbor, Burlington Co - 1739
Hannah Osborn
born - NJ - Burlington Co.- 8 DEC 1706
died - NJ - Parkertown, Burlington Co - 1744

4 married -  1745
Elizabeth Parker
born -
died -


Marriage 1 Hannah Andrews SEP 1721
Children
1. Elizabeth Parker     4 DEC 1722
2. Samuel Parker      1723 AND 1724
3. Alice Parker          31 AUG 1724
4. Sarah Parker        1727 AND 1729
5. Joseph Parker      1730  
6. Peter Parker         1733
7. Hannah Parker      23 FEB 1733/34
8.
Thomas Parker      1735  -  1739


Marriage 2 Deborah Worthley 24 FEB 1725/26
Children
1. Joseph Parker b: 17 JAN 1726/27
2. John Parker b: 7 FEB 1730/31
3. Joseph Parker b: 21 AUG 1733
4. John Parker b: 15 MAY 1735
5. William Parker b: 7 SEP 1736 in Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., NJ

Marriage 3   Hannah Osborn  1739

Marriage 4   Elizabeth Parker    : 1745
Children
1. Ann Parker b: 12 AUG 1759 in Parkertown, Burlington Co., NJ


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Joseph Parker
born -  NJ - Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co  24 NOV 1701
died -  NJ - Parkertown, Little Egg Harbor, Burlington Co -  21 JUN 1777
buried - NJ - Tuckerton, Burlington Co -  Friends Graveyard
married
Many Choices
Children
1.  
Parker Thomas

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Joseph Sr. PARKER  
born - New jersey -  Shrewsbury, Monmouth County - 24 NOV 1701
died - New jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County -  1779
Married: - New jersey -  Tuckerton, Burlington County - 1721
Hannah ANDREWS
born -  New jersey -  Little Egg Harbor Twp., Burlington County - 11 JUL 1700
died -   New Jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County - 1739

Children
1  Elizabeth PARKER .- New Jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County - 4 DEC
1722
2. Alice PARKER  .- New Jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County - 31 AUG
1724
3. Joseph PARKER , Jr .- New Jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County  
Between  1726 - 1727
4. Peter PARKER .- New Jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County -  Between
1728 AND 1729
5. Samuel PARKER , Sr.- New Jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County  
Between 1729 - 1730
6.Sarah PARKER   - New Jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County -  Between
1732 - 1733
7. Hannah PARKER   - New Jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County -  23 FEB
1734 - 35
8.
Thomas PARKER - New Jersey - Parkertown, Burlington County -   1735 -
1739

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Joseph Parker
New jersey -  Shrewsbury, Monmouth County - : 28 Jun 1675
died - New jersey -  Parkertown, Little Egg Harbor, Burlington County -  21
JUN 1777
Married: New jersey -  Shrewsbury, Monmouth  - 7 FEB 1698 - 99
Elizabeth Lippincott
born - New jersey -  Shrewsbury - Monmouth County - 29 NOV 1677
died - New jersey -    Tuckertown - Monmouth County  - 7 JAN 1671/72
children
1. Thomas Parker - ABT 1693
2. Margaret Parker - 20 MAR 1699/00
3.
Joseph Parker -  New Jersey Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co - 24 NOV 1701
4.George Parker - 24 OCT 1703
5. Benjamin Parker -: 22 JAN 1704 - 05
6. Peter Parker - 10 JUN 1708
7. William Parker - 13 AUG 1709
8.James Parker -: 30 DEC 1714
9. Elizabeth Parker - 11 NOV 1716
10. Meribah Parker - 11 NOV 1716
11. Phoebe Parker - 1 MAR 1718 -19

10
Joseph Parker
born -  RI - Portsmouth, Newport - 1634
died -  NJ - Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co  -  18 OCT 1684
married -  
Margaret Unknown
born -  NJ - Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co  -   around 1653
died -  NJ -  Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co  -   5 JAN 1682/83
Children
1. Mary Parker : 1 DEC 1674
2  
Joseph Parker : 28 JUN 1675
3. Nathanial Parker : 20 JUL 1679
4. Peter Parker : 4 OCT 1681

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George Parker
born -    MAR 1611/12
died - RI - Portsmouth, Newport -  1656
married -  RI
Frances Brown
born - RI - Portsmouth, Newport - around 1613
died -   RI
Children
1.  
Joseph Parker RI - Portsmouth, Newport - 1638
2.  Peter Parker -: RI - Portsmouth, Newport -  1638
3.  George Parker -: RI - Portsmouth, Newport -  1640
4.  John Parker -: RI - Portsmouth, Newport -  1645
5.   Mary Parker  -England - St. Peters, Sudbury, Suffolk  1646
6.  Frances Parker  -: RI - Portsmouth, Newport -  1650
7.  Meribah Parker  -: RI - Portsmouth, Newport -  16
52

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Frances DARBYE

GENEALOGIES OF R.I.FAMILIES, VOL. II, ONE BRANCH OF THE RHODE
ISLAND SHEFFIELDS, by G. Andrews Moriarty, A.M., LL.B., F.S.A., pages 158.
1. "Mr." Ichabod Scheffield, ... He married in Portsmouth, in 1660, Mary
Parker, daughter of George Parker of that town (cf, The Register, op.cit.;
Austin's Gen. Dic. of RI, p. 175; Arnold's Vital Rec. of Rhode Island, vol. 4, p.
39).

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George Parker
born - England - before  1585
died - 23 JAN 1657/58
married - England - St Clements, Sandwich, Kent - 30 JUL 1610
Mary White
born - England - before 1589
died -   
Children
1
George Parker

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12
George Parker
born - England
died - 23 JAN 1657 - 58
Married - England -St Clements, Sandwich, Kent - 30 JUL 1610
Mary White
born - England - Margate, Kent - before 1589
died -
Children
1. Elizabeth Parker 1611
2.
George Parker   - Rhode Island - Portsmouth, Newport - March 1611 - 12
3. Thomasine Parker  1615
4. Sarah Parker  1617
5. Robert Parker  1619
6. Anne Parker  1621
7. John Parker  1625
8. Magaret Parker  ABT 1627


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ship name - Elizabeth and Ann - Robert Cooper, master
immigration date(s) 1635 - spring -  twenty years year old
area(s) settled - Rhode Island - Portsmouth
admitted an "inhabitant"  - 1638
freeman - March 16, 1641
country from - England
occupation(s) -
skilled wood worker
1641- until death - October, 1656 - sergeant of the court


area(s) settled - Rhode Island - Portsmouth
 - New Jersey - Monmouth county - Shrewsbury township
admitted an "inhabitant"  -
freeman - 1668 - Rhode Island - Portsmouth              
country from - England
occupation(s) -
large landowner
1675 - justice of the peace
1676 - 1682 - justice of the court
1682  - commissioner to lay out roads - levy taxes
member of the Assembly

immigration date(s)  Around 1865 Canada to Michigan
area(s) settled - Canada - Mountain, Dnds
- Canada - Ekfrid, Middlesex, Ontario
- Michigan -  Port Huron-
area)s Parker family from -
- Edwardsburg, Johnston, Ontario, Canada
- Portsmouth, Newport - RI
--Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co  NJ
- Kent, England
"Solomon Parker was born August 25, 1804 in Edwardsburg, Johnston, Ontario, Canada. He was the eighth child of Robert James Parker and Providence Miller. He
married first Ann Custin of Preston, second Nancy Welch and third Mary Catherine Green. Solomon Parker immigrated from Canada to Utah in 1856 and recorded in
Journal Histories October 15, 1856 and September 20, 1856 (pages 1-8), "Solomon Parker and family came from Canada as passengers on Capt. Knud Peterson's Ox
train, which arrived in Great Salt Lake on September 1856. (250 Scandinavians), 14 wagon English emigrants. Left Florence, Nebraska about June 10, 1856. Joseph
Parker was also a passenger. While in Canada, Solomon Parker bought on March 5, 1851 100 acres of land from George T. Goodhue in Middlesex. Paid 7 pounds (N
1/2 lot N. Con) Solomon sold on April 28, 1856 100 acres of land to Thomas Cook for 312 pounds 10 shillings. The sale of the land was immediately before his
departure for Utah. Solomon Parker spent the last years of his life with a couple of his sons from his marriage to Nancy Welch in Deer Lodge, Montana, and died there
May 8, 1884.
provided by John Ira Parker of Elko, Nevada - family records to Laura Greene, 1999."

Source: Family information copied from the book
"The Life and Times of Alonzo Hamilton Packer and his wife Lydia Ann Parker"
Compiled by John A. Freestone

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"Robert Parker felt loyalty to the British Crown so after the Revolutionary War he moved to make his home in Ontario, Canada. He married Providence Miller (1766-?)
and they had a son named Solomon Parker."

Source:
The Life and Times of Alonzo Hamilton Packer and his wife Lydia Ann Parker"
Compiled by John A. Freestone
Appendix A-13

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"Thomas PARKER [Parents] was born in 1736 in Montgomery, Somerset, NJ. He died on 31 Jul 1822 in Tennant Church,
Freehold, Monmouth, NJ. He married Sarah STOUT in 1775.
Other marriages:
JAMES, Amy'

Posted By: Mary Vanderheydt
Subject: Re: Parker's/Parkertown, NJ...can you help?
Post Date: January 07, 2001 at 15:52:08
Message URL:
http://genforum.genealogy.com/parker/messages/9948.html
Forum: Parker Family Genealogy Forum
Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/parker/

"Hi Ann, glad to hear from you. I don't know at thi time if we are
related. On page 271 of "Parkers in America" by Agustus Parker, and page
202 in "Old Times in Old Monmouth" by William S. Horner, we are
descended from Thomas Parker born Oct. 31, 1737. Thomas 1st. mar. Amy James, had son William, our line. His second wife was Sarah Stout,and had son Joel
Parker, who was Gov. of New Jersy. The family stories coming down through family stories and bible records are quite interesting. But the family tradition says Parkers
of Ieish descent, and he married a kidnapped girl from Scotland as a child, and he found living with indians in New Jersy.We have several family stories, about my
ancestprs, all very interesting. After you do your research in Las Vegas, we can see if we can tie it together. Good Luck Mary"

Posted By: Mary Vanderheydt
Subject: Re: Parker's/Parkertown, NJ...can you help?
Post Date: January 06, 2001 at 22:00:08
Message URL:
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Forum: Parker Family Genealogy Forum
Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/parker/
Thursday, July 02, 2009
____________________
"THOMAS PARKER
Compact Disc #13 Pin #997273
Sex: M
Event(s):
Birth: 1730
Place: FREEHOLD,MONMOUTH,NJ,USA
Death: 31 Jul 1822
Place: TENNANT CHURCH,FREEHOLD,MONMOUTH,NJ
Parents:
Father:
DAVID PARKER Disc #13 Pin #1002521
Mother:
MARY RHEA Disc #13 Pin #1002522
Spouse:
SARAH STOUT Disc #13 Pin #1002525
Marriage: 1775
Spouse:
AMEY JAMES Disc #13 Pin #997274
_________________________________________
Thomas Parker
Compact Disc #19 Pin #149691
Sex: M
Event(s):
Birth: 21 Sep 1737
Place: Freehold,Monmouth,New Jersey
Death: 31 Jul 1822
Place: Freehold,Monmouth,New Jersey
Parents:
Father: Joseph Parker Disc #19 Pin #149693
Mother: Hannah Andrews Disc #19 Pin #149694
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Amey James Disc #19 Pin #149692
Marriage: abt 1760
Place: Freehold,Monmouth,New Jersey
Spouse: Sarah Stout Disc #19 Pin #149703

Sarah STOUT died on 20 Mar 1829. She married Thomas PARKER in 1775.

Thomas PARKER died 31 Jul 1822, being 84 years, 10 months old.
His second wife was Sarah STOUT Bills (died 20 Mar 1829, 71 years, 5 months, 17 days). They had several children... only two that we know: Joseph PARKER - father of
William PARKER (known as "Rich Billy") Charles PARKER - sheriff of Monmouth and Treasurer of New Jersey. He married Sarah COWARD. His children were
Helen PARKER (married Rev. George BURROWS), Mary PARKER (married John B. GLOVER) and Judge Joel PARKER (married Maria GUNMERE). (The information on
these children of Thomas' 2nd wife came from "This Old Monmouth of Ours," Horner, 1932.)

Joseph PARKER was born about 1708 in , , Of New Jersey. He married Mrs Joseph PARKER about 1737 in , , Of New Jersey."

http://www.gencircles.com/users/aakarma/1/data/12614
Ginni Schluetz
Thursday, July 02, 2009

"Joseph PARKER 1 7 SmartMatches
Birth: Probably Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co, NJ 1
Death: Before. 21 Jun 1777 in Little Egg Harbor, Burlington Co, NJ 1
Sex: M
Father:
Mother:
Burial: Friends Burial Groung, Tuckerton, Ocean Co, NJ 1
Spouses & Children
Elizabeth ? (Wife)
1
Marriage: in Probably New Jersey
Hannah ANDREWS (Wife)
1
Marriage: 1721 in Little Egg Harbor, Burlington Co, NJ
Children:
Thomas PARKER
Elizabeth PARKER
Joseph PARKER
Peter PARKER
Samuel PARKER
Alice PARKER
Sarah PARKER
Hannah PARKER

Hannah OSBORN (Wife)
1
Marriage: 1739 in Little Egg Harbor, Burlington Co, NJ
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Sources
Title: ;Moser/Frank Family Tree - Glenda Frank Moser - joma2991@aol.com

Mrs Joseph PARKER was born about 1708 in , , Of New Jersey. She married Joseph PARKER about 1737 in , , Of New Jersey.
They had the following children:
M         i         Thomas PARKER"


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'Stephen Jordan came in the Mary and John in the company of Rev. Thomas Parker from Wiltshire, Eng., which sailed from Southampton ___ Mar 1634 and arrived at
Boston May 24 1634' (Banks in his 'Planters of the Commonwealth' however, says that the ship sailed on 24 May 1634, and that 'the time of her arrival is not recorded.)"

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"On August 12, 1721, Joseph Parker of Shrewsbury, appeared before the Little Egg Harbor Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends to publish his intentions to marry
Hannah Andrews, daughter of Edward Andrews (first white settler of present day Tuckerton, NJ] and Sara Ong. As was customary with the Society of Friends they
published their intentions to marry a second time on September 9, 1721:
At our monthly meeting held in our meeting house the 9th day of the 9th month 1721.
Joseph Parker and Hannah Andrews appeared the second time at this meeting
and published their intentions of marriage and Joseph Parker brought a certificate from Shrewsbury and having the consent of his parents and finding nothing to
obstruct they are left to accomplish their marriage according to the good order used amongst friends and Gervey Pharo and Jacob Ong are appointed to see that it is so
done; ....
At our monthly meeting held in our meeting house the 14th day of the 10th month 1721.  Gervay Pharo and Jacob Ong gave an account that Joseph Parker and Hannah
Andrews their marriage was accomplished according to good order." (LEH Monthly Meeting Minutes 1715-1762 Page 12).
In the same year Joseph Parker purchased a large tract of property. It was on this tract of land that a large portion of his descendents remained until well into the 20th
Century. Today the
Joseph Parker farm is now called Parkertown.  It should be noted that I have not yet confirmed Joseph Parker's parentage. At the time that Joseph
Parker settled in Little Egg Harbor, Shrewsbury contained numerous Parker families. However, all of these families were related to the three brothers, Joseph, Peter and
George who settled in Monmouth County
from Rhode Island in the mid 1660's. These families continued to use the same given names for decades, and some for
centuries, after they first settled in this country. Though I do have my doubts whether our Joseph Parker (1701-1776) is the son of Joseph Parker (1675-1723), I have no
doubts that he is a direct relation of that family."

Sources:
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3110257&id=I2331
Updated: 2005-07-22 10:46:00 UTC (Fri)    Contact: Brad Heaney
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Thursday, July 02, 2009

"Joseph, eldest son of George and Frances Parker, was born not later than 1636,  and was taken to Rhode Island with his parents.

He was made a freeman of Portsmouth in 1668, but in 1669 was in Monmouth   county, New Jersey, where he exchanged lands in Portsmouth for land in Monmouth  
county, New Jersey, then settled in Shrewsbury township, where he became a very   large landowner, his holdings, reaching from river to river, including the site   of the
present village of Little Silver. It is said that this name comes from  the fact that in its original transfer from the Indians they received therefor "little silver." Joseph Parker's
first house was near the bridge crossing  Parker's creek. He was made a justice of the peace in 1675, and in 1676 was  appointed a justice of the court, holding until
1682, and was also a member of  the Assembly. In 1682 he was appointed a commissioner to lay out roads and to  levy taxes.

He died at Shrewsbury, August 18, 1684, aged about forty-eight years, leaving   most of his property to his son, Joseph. He married Margaret Slocum, and had sons,
Joseph, Nathaniel and Peter."

MEMORIAL CYCLOPEDIA OF NEW JERSEY
UNDER THE EDITORIAL SUPERVISION OF MARY DEPUE OGDEN
VOLUME III
MEMORIAL HISTORY COMPANY NEWARK,  NEW JERSEY   1917
Thursday, July 16, 2009


"Administration of Estate: 15 May 1685, Monmouth, NJ
Genealogy of Charles Myrick Thurston and of his wife, Rachel Hall Pitman, by their son Charles Myrick Thurston, 1865, p 40, Google Books
Online database: “In a deed from Joseph Parker to Nicholas Brown, December 28, 1669, he calls himself the eldest son of George Parker, and
mentions his mother as Frances Brown. The deed conveyed property sold by George Parker to Brown, but he (George Parker) died before he
could give a deed.
History of Monmouth County, New Jersey 1664-1920, Vol II, pp 465-466, Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Google Books Online databse: “Among
the Associate Patentees of Monmouth were John Slocum, Joseph and Peter Parker and Eliakim Wardell, who located in 1668.”

RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Mullen:
Updated: 2009-01-24 08:45:08 UTC (Sat)    Contact: Linda Mullen
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Tuesday, August 25, 2009


"Little Silver is a Borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States. As of the United States 2000 Census, the borough population was 6,170. Boy Scout Troop
126 is affiliated with the town of Little Silver.

Little Silver was established with a Kings Land Grant in 1663 and settled in 1667. Little Silver separated from Shrewsbury Township and incorporated as a Borough by
an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 19, 1923, from portions of Shrewsbury Township, based on the results of a referendum held on April 28, 1923

There are several tales of how Little Silver received its name. In one, brothers Joseph and Peter Parker, who settled in this area in 1667 and owned land bounded by
Parker's Creek on the south and Little Silver Creek on the north, named their holdings "Little Silver" after their father's (George Parker) estate in Portsmouth, Rhode
Island.[10] This in turn can be traced overseas to Little Silver, a village in Devonshire, England"

Little Silver, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Silver,_New_Jersey
Saturday, August 15, 2009

"Burial-Places. - The oldest burial-ground in Little Egg Harbor is that of the. Friends at Tuckerton, established by Edward Andrews in 1708.

.......Joseph Parker, Sr., and his two wives, Hannah and Hannah....
---------------------------------
Marriages Recorded in Friends' Monthly Meeting. - The following is a list of marriages, with a few interesting items, recorded in the books of the Little Egg Harbor Monthly
Meeting of Friends:

1721, Joseph Parker, of Shrewsbury, and Hannah Andrews married.

1739, Joseph Parker, Sr., and Hannah (daughter of Richard Osborn, Sr.)
married, this being Parker's second wife.

1740, Micajah Willits and Elizabeth (daughter of Joseph Parker, Sr.) married.

1745, Samuel Belanger and Alice (daughter of Joseph Parker, Sr.) married.

1749, Edward Havens and Sarah (daughter of Joseph Parker, Sr.) married.

1755, Joseph Parker, Jr., and Edith (daughter of Mordecai Audrews, Jr.)
married.

1757, Peter Parker, Sr., and Elizabeth (daughter of Joseph Seaman, Sr.)
married.

1783, Caleb Osborn and Ann Parker married."

From: JCeeNJ
Source Information: HISTORY OF BURLINGTON AND MERCER COUNTIES, NEW JERSEY,
by Major E.M. Woodward & John F. Hageman. ILLUSTRATED.
PHILADELPHIA: EVERTS & PECK. 1883 PRESS OF J.B. LIPPINCOTT & CO., PHILADELPHIA.


RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Families of Burlington Co., NJ (plus more):
Updated: 2009-04-11 13:15:32 UTC (Sat)    Contact: Bill Abrams
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=teincnj&id=I020317
Friday, July 24, 2009

"PARKERTOWN is a small hamlet, situated about two miles north of Tuckerton, in a farming district, and contains about thirty houses. It was first settled by Joseph
Parker, Sr., who came from Shrewsbury in 1721, and purchased a tract of land, cleared a farm, and christened the place Parkertown. Burial-Places. - The oldest burial-
ground in Little Egg Harbor is that of the. Friends at Tuckerton, established by Edward Andrews in 1708.
.......Joseph Parker, Sr., and his two wives, Hannah and Hannah....
Marriages Recorded in Friends' Monthly Meeting.
- marriages recorded in the books of the Little Egg Harbor Monthly Meeting of Friends"

- From: JCeeNJ@aol.com
Source Information: HISTORY OF BURLINGTON AND MERCER COUNTIES, NEW JERSEY,
by Major E.M. Woodward & John F. Hageman. ILLUSTRATED.
PHILADELPHIA: EVERTS & PECK. 1883 PRESS OF J.B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.,
PHILADELPHIA




9
Joseph Parker
Elizabeth Lippincott

"1699, 7th of 2d mo. , [in margin 27th of 2d mo., 1704], Joseph PARKER,
of Monmouth Co., md. to Elizabeth LIPPINCOTT, both of Shrews., at
house of Remembrance [LIPPINCOTT ?]
Witnesses:
Remembrance LIPPINCOTT Joseph PARKER
John LIPPINCOTT Elizabeth PARKER
Nathanell PARKER Margrett LIPPINCOTT
Peter PARKER Meribah SLOCOM
Richard LIPPINCOTT Mary HULITT
Edward WOOLLEY Ann LIPPINCOTT
Josiph LIPPINCOTT Lydia WOOLLEY
William ASTIN Mary LIPPINCOTT
John HANCE Mary STOREMAN
John LIPPINCOTT, Jr. Sarah LIPPINCOTT
George CORLEIS Mary WHITE
Preserve LIPPINCOTT Faith HUETT
Robert LIPPINCOTT Susana BICKLEY
William WORTH Margrett LEEDS
Franses BORDEN Jane BORDEN
Abigaell LIPPINCOTT Janitt [?] ALLEN
Abigaell DENNIS Sarah WARDELL
Sarah WHITE
Mary CHAMBERS
Mary HEARCE
Meribah WARDELL
Patience WARDELL"


HISTORICAL & GENEALOGICAL MISCELLANY, by John Stillwell, M.D.; Vol. 1;
NY 1903;
pp. 249, 250
http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/NJMONMOU/2008-07/1217353823
David - NJ List Admin/Moderator
From: LindaB  Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2008 13:50:23 EDT
Subject: [NJMONMOU] shrewsbury Quaker marriages and witnesses pps248-252
Tuesday, July 29, 2008



"Monmouth County History
taken from "HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL ATLAS
OF THE NEW JERSEY COAST Originally published by
Woolman & Rose of Philadelphia 1878
History of Shrewsbury Township-1878

Shrewsbury Township was incorporated in 1798. It was first settled soon after the township of Middletown, in 1664.

In 1682 several thousand acres were under cultivation. The population is 6330. The principal towns are Red Bank, Tinton Falls, Shrewsbury, Fair Haven, and Oceanic.

This township, which originally covered a large part of Monmouth and Ocean counties, is now greatly shorn of its dimensions. It is bounded on the north by Middletown
Township; on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, Eatontown and Ocean townships; on the sourth by Wall, and on the west by Atlantic and Middletown townships.

Shrewsbury is the largest village in the northern part of the township, twelve miles east of Freehold, and is situated in a thriving agricultural district. It had one Episcopal
and one Presbyterian church and two Friends' meeting-houses. It is said to have been first settled by Congregationalists, but the Society of Friends was first organized/"

Monmouth County History-Woolman & Rose:
Last updated: 08/12/2009 19:24:03 UTC - Colts Neck, New Jersey /
http://ceresfamily.com/public/history/wr32.html
Tuesday, August 25, 2009


HISTORICAL & GENEALOGICAL MISCELLANY, by John Stillwell, M.D.; Vol. 1;
NY 1903;
The Friends’ Records of Shrewsbury, N. J., Vol. 1

"The preponderating religious element in the early days of Shrewsbury  was Quaker. As soon as a sufficient number of families of this faith were settled upon this tract,
they established a meeting, which convened at the various houses. George FOX records in his Journal, 27th of 6 mo., 1672, that he arrived at Richard HARTSHORN’s,
at Middletown Harbor, which was in a new country now called Jersey; went from there to Shrewsbury, and they were building a new meeting house there. It was evidently
not ready for occupancy, for FOX preached near where now stands the station of the Central Railroad of New Jersey at Little Silver, under the shade of a tree that stood in
the corner of the road that leads to Shrewsbury Meeting House.* One tradition has it, that this primitive house was built of brick imported from Holland, another, that it
was of logs. In the center of the room a brick floor was used as a fire-place, corresponding to which, overhead, was a sheet-iron canopy, leading to the roof. This
building stood until 1815, when it was torn down and rebuilt of wood, in the following year. As has ever been the case among them, they started a record of births,
marriages, and deaths, which has been continued without interruption, from their earliest inception to date. The first volume shows much marginal wear and decay, and
in time it is likely to be lost from these causes. It is here produced, as is also the second volume, as literally as possible. *Parker tradition" A Record off the MARRIAGES
off the PEOPLE off GOD to SCORN CALLED QUAKERS and ------ BORN ------ beginning"

HISTORICAL & GENEALOGICAL MISCELLANY, by John Stillwell, M.D.; Vol. 1;
NY 1903;
pp. 249, 250
http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/NJMONMOU/2008-07/1217191402
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From: LindaB  Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2008 13:50:23 EDT
Subject: [NJMONMOU] shrewsbury Quaker marriages and witnesses pps248-252
Tuesday, July 29, 2008




11
SURNAME   PARKER
- George  PARKER  (Frances DARBYE)

"George Parker- Frances .  Frances Parker.
313. George Parker, aged 23 years, was a passenger from London in the Elizabeth and Ann, May n, 1634, for New England. He was an inhabitant of the island of
Acqucednecke in 1638. He was a freeman in Newport, January 1z, 1640, and in Portsmouth in 1655. He marrier1 Frances . He died in 1656.
Children.
314—1. Joseph, settled in Shrewsbury, N. J.
315—z. Frances, married Benjamin Hall.
316—3. Mary, married Ichabod Sheffield.
317—4. John.

In a deed from Joseph Parker to Nicholas Brown, December z8, 1669, he calls himself the eldest son of George Parker, and mentions his mother as Frances Brown.
The deed conveyed property sold by George Parker to Brown, but he (George Parker) died before he could give a deed. Frances Parker may have been a sister or a wife
of Nicholas Brown, who was in Portsmouth in 1639, and died there in 1694; his will, dated November 16, 1694, and proved December 27, 1694, does not mention her
name."

Descendants of Edward Thurston, the ... - Google Books:
Descendants of Edward Thurston, the first of the name in the colony of Rhode ...
By Charles Myrick Thurston
page 39
Monday, July 27, 2009 11:56:07 PM
Charles Myrick Xhurston ]AND OF HIS WIFE, RACHEL HALL PITMAN, Formerly Of Newport, R.I.
After December, 1840, Of New York.
COLLECTED FOR THE FAMILY BY THEIR SON,
CHARLES MYRICK THURSTON.
1865.
With an APPENDIX, containing the names of many descendant! of
EDWARD THURSTON and HENRY PITMAN.
NEW YORK: [ PRINTED BY JOHN F. TROW & CO., 50 GREENE ST.
Harbor Beach Light - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
({{Information |Description={{en|The Harbor Beach Lighthouse at Harbor Beach, Michigan, en:United States is listed on the US en:National Register of
Historic Places (NRHP).}} |Source=htt)
05:47, 15 July 2008  Werewombat
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harbor_Beach_Light
Sunday, January 02, 2011
Harbor Beach, MI. Lake Huron
Harbor Beach is located on the eastern edge of the Thumb of
Huron County, in the state of Michigan
Transportation outfit -
Transportation outfit - party of E.R. Martin. International Boundary Commission. Continental
Divide to Lake of Woods
Image ID: theb0709, NOAA's Historic Coast & Geodetic Survey (C&GS) Collection
Location: U. S.- Canada border, 49th Parallel
Photo Date: 1914
Credit: NOAA Photo Library, NOAA Central Library; C&GS Season's Report Martin 1914
NOAA Photo Library Search Results: Canada:
http://usasearch.gov/search?v%3aproject=firstgov-noaa-images&v%3afile=viv_1119%4021%3aga
JgdB&v%3aframe=viewimage&v%3astate=(root)|root&id=Ndoc14&rpaid=&
Thursday, July 16, 2009
THE PLAQUE ON THIS STATUE READS  -:

"This monument is dedicated to the lasting memory of the United
Empire Loyalists who, after the Declaration of Independence,
came into British North America from the seceded American
colonies and who, with faith and fortitude, and under great
pioneering difficulties, largely laid the foundations of this
Canadian nation as an integral part of the British Empire.  Neither
confiscation of their property, the pitiless persecution of their
kinsmen in revolt, nor the galling chains of inprisonment could
break their spirits, or divorce them from a loyalty almost without
parallel.
No country ever had such founders --
No country in the world --
No, not since the days of Abraham. - Lady Tennyson"

File:United Empire Loyalist statue and plaque in Hamilton, Ontario.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Author   User:Saforrest  24 October 2007
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:United_Empire_Loyalist_statue_and_plaque_in_Hamilton,_Ontario.jpg
Thursday, July 02, 2009
A female Quaker preaches (c.1723)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:AssemblyOfQuakers.jpg
from en wikipedia. Quaker Meeting in London: A female Quaker preaches (c.1723), engraving by Bernard Picard (1673-1733).

"The Quakers were known for their egalitarian treatment of women. A female preacher was unheard of in other 18th century western churches.
(curiously the caption on this French version appears to a re-translation of the English, rather than using the original caption on the engraving)"
From
* http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/Exhibitions/Annodomini/THEME_14/EN/theme14-4-sec.html
* or http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/Exhibitions/Annodomini/THEME_14/FR/theme-fr-14-4-sec.html

File:AssemblyOfQuakers.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
15:03, 23 June 2005             Matanya
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:AssemblyOfQuakers.jpg
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Title Budd's Lake, New Jersey, no. 53590
Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
1035187:Photographic views of North America.
[Detroit, Mich.] : Detroit Photographic Co. or Detroit Publishing Co., ca. 1897-1924.
Call Number  WA Photos 121  Folder or box number Vol. 5
http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/dl_crosscollex/brbldl_getrec.asp?fld=img&id=1035187
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Image ID: line3319, NOAA's America's Coastlines Collection
Location: Rhode Island, Block Island
Credit: Collection of Elinor Dewire, Sentinel Publications
NOAA Photo Library Search Results: Rhode Island:
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet,: Containing a Series of Elegant Views ...
by James Storer, James Sargant Storer, John Greig
Published in 1811, Published for theproprietors by W. Clarke... J. Carpenter ... andH.D. Symonds
Antiquarian and topographical ... - Google Books:
http://books.google.com/books?id=frsuAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q=&f=false  
Tuesday, August 25, 2009  
Canada Geese (Branta canadensis)
crossing road in Little Silver, New Jersey
File:LS geese.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Wikijazz     15 January 2007       
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:LS_geese.jpg
Thursday, August 20, 2009
This is a work in progress.
All information is speculative.
SALSBIZ.COM 2011
George Parker and Frances Marriage Sources

Notes from Janet and Robert Wolfe Genealogy 2011/01/01


  * Title: RI The early records of the town of Portsmouth.
    Author: Amos Perry, Clarence Saunders Brigham.
    Publication: 1901, E. L. Freeman & Sons, state printers.
    Page: p 23, 33, 37, 39, 46, 57, 67, 68, 81, 310-311, 342, 356
    Note: Several citations in the notes.

  * Title: Descendants of Edward Thurston, the First of the Name in the Colony of Rhode Island.
    Author: Charles Myrick Thurston.
    Publication: 1865, Trow & Smith Book Manufacturing Co.
    Page: p 40
    Note: Bio Facts of George Parker's family.

  * Title: RI The genealogical dictionary of Rhode Island.
    Author: John Osborne Austin, George Andrews Moriarty, Rhode Island Historical Society.
    Publication: 1969, Genealogical Pub. Co.
    Page: p 150-153, 255, 261
    Note: 1641 disenfranchisement fro Aquiday island. 1655 election to sergeant in Portsmouth. 1656 special election at death of George Parker.

  * Title: RI The Rhode Island Historical Magazine.
    Author: Rhode Island Historical Society.
    Page: 1887, Vol 7, April, No 4 Memoirs of Rhode Island by Henry Bull, p 243, 250
    Note: 1639 resident Aquithneck.

  * Title: RI The History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.
    Author: Thomas Williams Bicknell.
    Publication: 1920, The American Historical Society, New York.
    Page: p 936
    Note: 1638 arrest for drunken riot.

  * Title: RI records of the colony of rhode island and providence plantations in new england.
    Author: John Russell Bartlett.
    Publication: 2006 Adamant Media Corporation.
    Page: p 60, 91, 111, 119, 124, 126, 127, 300, 303, 325, 326, 347
    Note: 1638 Arest for drunkenness. 1638 inhabitant. 1641 resident. 1642 vote suspension. 1656 decease of George.

  * Title: RI Ancestry of thirty three Rhode Islanders Born in the 18th Century.
    Author: Austin, John Osborne.
    Publication: 1889, John Munsell's Sons, Albany, NY.
    Note: George married Frances. Carpenter. 1634 immigrant on "Elizabeth and Ann" at age 23. 1638 citizen of Aquidneck and drunken riot."


George Parker;Frances ;Genealogy:
Notes from Janet and Robert Wolfe Genealogy 2011/01/01
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~bobwolfe/gen/ms/m3600x3598.htm
Monday, January 24, 2011