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Ecclesiastes 3 (KJV)
1 To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
2 A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to reap;
5 A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together;
12 I know that there is no good in them, but for a man to rejoice, and to do good in his life.
13 And also that every man should eat and drink, and enjoy the good of all his labour,
it is the gift of God.
This Parker Hannah Mesquite Tree and the Family Tree Database are a part of the over-
site "To Everything a Season Family Tree," which includes the following:
links to other family tree websites
After visiting these summary web pages about our family tree branches, peruse our
Family Tree Database for details and dates, photos and photo galleries, histories and
photo histories, timelines, reports, documents, and much more about families and
individuals in our family tree.
"With these 357 DNA tests we have identified 140 different PARKER lines. We are a very
diverse group genetically, indicating that our surname was adopted many times by
people in different locations." PARKER Family DNA Project June 2014
"[PARKER] is the 51st-most common surname in the United Kingdom. Within the United
States, it is ranked as the 47th-most common surname." Wikipedia
Overview of Our PARKERs
Major Surnames in our PARKER Branch
Major Paternal Branch of Our PARKER Family
(Details and sources are available in the Family Tree Database.)
(bc 1700, place unknown, of Hampshire (Mineral) Co, (WEST) VIRGINIA
married Ann UNKNOWN
only child, son Benjamin PARKER
(bc 1723, Hampshire (Mineral) Co, (WEST) VIRGINIA)
married Margaret THORNTON (1727, (WEST) VIRGINIA)
4th child, Absalom Henry PARKER
(1764, Hampshire (Mineral) Co, (WEST) VIRGINIA)
married Mary COOPER (1768, Fayette Co., OHIO)
11th child, Absalom Henry PARKER, Jr.
(1812, Fayette Co, OHIO)
married Mary Ann JENKINS (1827, ILLINOIS)
1st child, David Absalom PARKER
(1849, McDonough Co, ILLINOIS)
married Nannie Rachael ATKINSON (1860, ILLINOIS)
6th child, David Frederick PARKER
(1886, Novice, Coleman Co, TEXAS)
married Clementena KELLETT (1888, TEXAS)
David and Clementena are the great-great-grandparents
of the above children.
Martha MOORE PARKER started the stone gathering, and a majority of the information in
this family tree is attributable to her heart and hard work. Her family -- past, present, and
future -- gratefully thank her for her remembrance.
We encourage you to continue her efforts by helping us grow our family tree. Contribute
data, stories, photos, documents - every twig is welcomed and appreciated. If you have
additions, corrections, or deletions, we welcome your contact. If you discover or are
nurturing family trees adjunct to ours, please let us link e-trees.