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New Parker Book!
Posted by: Kathy Bryant (ID *****8218) Date: August 26, 2010 at 11:17:21
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Hot off the press! After seven years of intense research and the author's determination, this is the book for which people have been eagerly waiting. It is complete, and up to date, with over 1200 pages, and hundreds of photos. xAmos Parker, One Son Saul........2, An Account of the Ancestors and Descendants of Saul Parker of Northampton County, North Carolina, is now available to be purchased. There are quite a number of transcribed documents, for ease of reading. Most of the chapters contain information pertaining to the David and Elizabeth Andrews Hayes Parker Family and their descendants. Amos Parker was the father of Saul, and the grandfather of David Parker. The David Parker Family has had longstanding residence in Northampton and Anson Counties, North Carolina. This is an important addition to the library of any educational institution, or serious Parker genealogist with ties to this family. Excellent authors and researchers have contributed ideas and support to this manuscript with anecdotes, documents, letters and encouragement. Paid preorders of the book are required. It is $103.24, including shipping. Please Contact Kathy Jo Bryant @, to buy this book.

This family also lived for about 15 or 16 years in Butts and Henry Counties, GA.

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