I am interested in information on Ichabod, names of his children. This is what I have on him. I am from this line.
Didymus Parker (Jan 29, 1721 at Wallingford, CT) married Phebe Johnson, born 28 Apr 1720 daughter of John Johnson (3 Mar 1686-17 Oct 1744) & Sarah Jennings (29 Aug 1684-24 Jul 1748) at Wallingford, CT.
Enos b. 12 Nov 1744 m @ Wallingford 2 Dec 1761 to Damaris Parker (b. 16 Jul 1743 at Wallingford, dau of Elisha & Susanna (Tuttle) Parker, resided at Granville, NY in 1790
Ichabod b. 7 Jan 1748, m. @ Wallingford 3 Dec 1769 to Susanna Cook b 13 apr 1751 @ Wallingford, dau of Asaph & Sarah (Parker) Cook. Resided @ Granville, in 1790
Lieut. Didymus Parker son of Sergt. Eliphalet Parker and Hannah Beach.
ICHABOD7 PARKER (DIDYMUS6, ELIPHALET5, JOHN4, EDWARD JOHN3, WILLIAM2, ABRAHAM1) was born January 2, 1747/48 in Wallingford, New Haven, Ct, and died June 14, 1826 in Decatur County, IN. He married (1) SUSANNAH COOK December 3, 1769 in Wallingford, CT, daughter of ASAPH COOK and SARAH PARKER. She was born April 13, 1750 in Wallingford, New Haven CT, and died September 7, 1791. He married (2) MARY NOBLE 1797 in Madison Co. Ky or Lincoln Co. Ky.
Notes for ICHABOD PARKER:
NEW YORK IN THE REVOLUTION as COLONY AND STATE by James A. Roberts, Comptroller (second edition) Albany, NY Press of Brandow Printing company 1898
showing Charlotte County Militia, Lieut. Ichabod Parker, Asa Cook and Asaph Cook (it shows Asaph Cool not Cook, but I have found other papers with Cook)
1737 History of Washington Co. New York Some of its prominent men and pioneers. Philadelphia: Everts & Ensign 1878 Ichabod Parker one of the members of convention which ratified Federal Constitution of Granville. Member of NY Assembly 1786-1787 A copy of a petition: "To His Excellency, The Governor, and the Honorable Senate and Assembly of the State of New York." dated 1782. to be part of NY.
GRANVILLE CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS WASHINGTON COUNTY NEW YORK
Recorded October 1991, May 1992, July 1992 Revised Winter 2000-2001 by Margaret R. Jenks CEM JEN Part of these papers have a transcript that Ichabod Parker and Eliphalet Parker (Joseph Cook) plus others. (page vii) then on their page (xiv) a very bad photo of Mrs. Susanna Parker, 1791 head stone. All I could read is Beneath this stone.
COURTS AND LAWYYERS OF NEW YORK: A History, 1609-1925 By Alden Chester, Edwin Melvin Williams (page 651) (google books)
To Ichabod Parker as a delegate from the people of the state of New York, present at the convention at Poughkeepsie on 17 June 1788, voting against ratification of the constitution. Also in Doucuments of the Assembly of theState of New York (google books) page 250, references to Ichabod Parker in the 9th and 10th session of the assembly (1786 and 1787)
Garrard Co., KY Index to Deeds, Grantees A-N, (FHC Film #0009020) 1811 - Barnett, Edward, Grantee - Ichabod Parker, Mtg. Bk D, p. 312, 8
More About ICHABOD PARKER:
Burial: June 14, 1826, Sand Creek Cemetry, Decatur CT, IN
Child of ICHABOD PARKER and SUSANNAH COOK is:
i. THOMAS8 PARKER, b. August 29, 1781, Granville, New York; d. September 13, 1862, Benton Co.
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