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Posted by: Anne Townsend Date: February 28, 2002 at 07:56:59
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Looking for information on the following Parker family found in the 1900 Marathon township census:
26 June 1900 Town of Marathon, Cortland County, New York
Dwelling 386 family 438
Herbert Parker Nov 1876 23 sing farmer b NY fa NY mo Can/Eng rents farm # 107
William Parker brother Feb 1883 17 sing farm laborer b NY fa NY mo Can/Eng
Eugene Parker brother Jan 1873 27 single teacher b NY fa NY mo Can/Eng
George L Parker father May 1842 58 mar 28yrs day laborer b NY fa NY mo NY
Carrie Parker mother Oct 1850 49 5 ch 4 lv b Can/Eng fa Eng mo NY here since 1873 27 yrs
I found George Parker and sons, Eugene, Herbert and William buried in the Marathon Village Cemetery.
Per Cortland County marriage records, Carrie, (widow of George Parker) m in 1911, Charles Phelps of Killawog:
Volume 1 License # 688 -Cortland County Courthouse
Charles H Phelps - 68 Killawog, farmer, widowed 4th marriage
Born Lisle, NY, Parents: Cyrus Phelps & Mary Hunt
Mrs Carrie Parker, 56 Marathon, widow
Born Canada, Parents: Henry J Matthews, b. Eng & Sarah Bullock, b. NY
Married 1 June 1911 at Marathon, by Chauncey C Vrooman
Witnesses: Mrs Chauncey C Vrooman

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