Here is what I have on ELEAZER PARKER. (He) "lived on the middle road, next to the Fairfield line. He was a soldier in the French and Revolutionary wars, and lived to the age of 98. He was probably poor, as after he was ninety he was known to carry home on his shoulders a bushel of corn meal from the mill at the village, about five miles. He had two sons, Jonathan and Phineas, what became of them I do not know. Phineas had a daughter who was adopted by Judge Currier, and was known as Helen Dicey Currier. She married Parker Pois and died at Parlin Pond." [That's it. Kathleen]
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