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From: Ed Tatum <>
Subject: Re: William Parker>Brunswick/Lunenburg, VA
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 1999 07:30:27 -0500
My Parker info is VERY sketchy, but is this a possibility:
Descendants of John Parker
Generation No. 1
1. JOHN2 PARKER (WILLIAM1 PARKER?) was born Bef. January 10, 1714/15
in St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick
County, Virginia?, and died 1765 in Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg County,
Virginia. He married (1) ANNE
[STERLING?] Bef. November 03, 1748 in St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick
County, Virginia. She died Aft. March 01,
1749/50. He married (2) JANE BIRCHETTE Aft. March 01, 1749/50.
Notes for JOHN PARKER:
In January of 1735/6 he bought 430 acres on both sides of Stony Creek in
Brunwick County, Virginia.
In 1755 the Vestry of Lunenburg County ordered John Parker and his
son-in-law John Howell to procession all the
lands from the mouth of Stony Creek on the north branch of Meherrin
River, between the creek and the Brunswick
County Line. In September of 1763 they filed their returns in the
vestry books for a similar processioning.
More About JOHN PARKER:
Fact 6: December 05, 1744, of St Andrews Par £160 both sides Stoney
Creek from Andrew Moreman
Fact 7: July 04, 1745, Wm Atkeyson to JP St Andrews both sides Stoney
Fact 8: June 05, 1746, 327 a Brunswick N side Dry Cr adj Stephen Evans
upper line p259 (see Jos Minor)
Fact 9: January 12, 1746/47, 278 a Brunswick both sides Little Cr adj
Jas Maclin, MacDaniel, Wm Macklin p 578
Fact 10: January 12, 1747/48, 276 a Brunswick both sides Little Cr adj
James MacDaniel, William Macklin, p 313
Fact 11: June 13, 1748, Brunswick Co tax poll
Fact 12: November 03, 1748, JP Cumberland Par to John Murphy 278 a
Little Creek above £40
Fact 13: March 01, 1750/51, JP of Lunenburg to Daniel Sears 276 a Little
Cr above £50
Children of JOHN PARKER and ANNE [STERLING?] are:
i. WILLIAM3 PARKER.
ii. STERLING PARKER, d. Abt. 1776.
Notes for STERLING PARKER:
Killed in the Revolutionary War.
iii. JOHN PARKER.
iv. SARAH PARKER, b. Abt. 1726, St. Andrew's Parish, Brunswick
County, Virginia?; d. Bet. 1771 - 1784,
Bute (now Franklin) County, North Carolina?; m. JOHN HOWELL, St.
Andrew's Parish, Brunswick County,
Virginia; b. Abt. 1720, Surry County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1795,
Warren County, North Carolina.
Notes for JOHN HOWELL:
In 1755 the Vestry of Lunenburg County ordered John Howell and
his father-in-law John Parker to procession
all the lands along the north branch of Meherrin River, from the
mouth of Stony Creek to the Brunswick County
Line. In September of 1763 they filed returns in the vestry
books for a similar processioning.
On 11 Nov 1771 Peter Tatum, Jr., transferred half of the 400 acre
tract he had purchased on the north side of
Sandie Creek in Bute County, North Carolina, to his to his
father- and mother-in-law for their lives. He then
sold all 400 acres on 20 Dec 1784 to Gabriel Long for £500
Virginia currency. Howell and Tatum both took
their Oath of Allegiance in Warren County, North Carolina, where
John lived out the rest of his years.
More About JOHN HOWELL:
Fact 6: January 12, 1746/47, John Howell 144a Brunswick Co both
sides Stoney Cr adj Parker's upper line, p31
Fact 7: November 04, 1755, J Howell/J Parker proc all land N br
Meherring River btwn Stony Cr & Brunsw
Fact 8: 1765, John & Eleanor Hight, N/s Meherrin adj James
FISHER, EDLOE orphans, John HOWELL
Fact 9: September 18, 1784, Franklin NC: Caleb Dossey to John
Pennell adj John Howell
Fact 10: December 20, 1784, Peter Tatum of Franklin to Gabriel
Long of Warren 400 a N side Sandy Cr
Fact 11: February 1796, Warren Co dockets: John Howell, dec'd,
Howell Taton exr
Fact 12: Bet. 1774 - 1804, Pittman Papers, Oath of Allegiance
before Young McLemore.
Child of JOHN PARKER and JANE BIRCHETTE is:
v. NANCY BIRCHETTE3 PARKER, m. HUSBAND PARKER; d. Abt.
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