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William Parker born 1800-1810 per 1830 Fayette Co., AL census.
Posted by: wayne parker (ID *****8616) Date: October 17, 2013 at 11:33:59
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I am seeking information about either the ancestors and/or the descendants of William Parker (born 1800-1810) listed on page 197A of the 1830 census for Fayette Co., AL William Parker is also listed on page 218 of the 1840 census of Fayette Co., AL.
Listed on the 1830 census of Fayette Co., AL are the following Parker all members of FG#7 of the Parker Y-DNA Project, Richard (my line) on page 197A, his brother Samuel on page 205A and Samuel Parker page 212A.
Also listed on the 1830 Fayette Co., AL census are Miles Chappell on page 198A, he is the brother-in-law to Richard and Samuel Parker.
Elijah Beasley on page 198A and his brother Jesse Beasley on page 208A. They are nephews of Richard and Samuel Parker.
Josiah Box page 208A his son Reuben Franklin Box, Sr. married Lucy Parker the daughter of Samuel Parker that is listed on page 205A.
Drury Rose page 208A his son Hezekiah Terrell Rose married Elizabeth Parker daughter of Samuel Parker listed on page 205A.
Richard Parker, his brother Samuel Parker and the other Samuel Parker along with the families of Beasley,Box and Rose all moved to old Choctaw Co., MS by 1840.
What happen to William Parker and his family and is he connected to Richard and the two Samuel Parker??

I AM NOT seeking any silly advice on how to use census information to research as that was explained to me and understood by me way back in 1991 on the very first day that I went to the world renowned Will Clayton Genealogy Library in Houston. Texas.

This is a link to my on-line research.

Wayne N. Parker researcher for P239 of the Parker Y-DNA Project.

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