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Re: PARKER & Native American Watertown, 1835
Posted by: Loren Michael (ID *****7521) Date: December 07, 2002 at 20:58:34
In Reply to: Re: PARKER & Native American Watertown, 1835 by patricia obrist of 1333

Pat,

I'm striking out on e-mail tonight. Here's some additional info. that might be helpfful.



In truth, I only copied a message from the Jefferson C., NY section of Rootsweb, which cited
Source: FONDA LIST OF
REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERANS
IN JEFFERSON COUNTY
P-R
http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyjeffer/revfp.htm (hence the quotations)


James Parker and his family came to Jefferson County in 1802. They came upon a sled drawn by
oxen from Vermont. With a son Alexander, James became
interested in the manufacture of the solid millstones, then the only stones used
in grinding grain, in use throughout the whole north country.

His children were:
Alexander (married Betsey Bartholomew in 1808)
John
Wallace
Nancey
Houston
Cyrus
Betsey
Lucinda
Amanda
Almeda
James

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If you are interested in Betsey Bartholomew, I had this note from a researcher:


(e-mail from Paul Sweet, April 16, 2002)" On my mother's side, I am
a descendent of Betsey's (Bartholmew's) brother Ebenezer who moved from Brownville to
Michigan in the 1830s. Ebenezer eventually settled in Crockery (Nunica),
Ottawa, MI, where he died ca. 1861. I have been to the cemetery to see
his gravestone along with a yard full of his descendents. A few months
ago I also was given a wonderful biography of Oliver Bartholomew written
shortly after his death. It is about six pages long and is full of
information about the Bartholomews. Let me know if you would like a
copy.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Descendants of Alexander Parker

1 Alexander Parker 1787 - 1871 b: September 03, 1787 in Shrewbury, Rutland, VT d: May 27, 1871 in Watertown, Jefferson Co, NY
. +Betsey Bartholomew 1790 - 1878 b: April 11, 1790 in Vershire, Orange Co., VT d: June 06, 1878 in Watertown, Jefferson Co, NY m: January 15, 1808 in Watertown, Jefferson Co., NY
.... 2 Emeline Parker 1811 - 1871 b: March 28, 1811 in Watertown, Jefferson Co, NY d: Aft. 1871 in Frankfort, KS
....... +William Rice Parish 1812 - 1860 b: 1812 in Brownville, Jefferson Co., NY d: Aft. 1860 m: Abt. 1836 in Watertown, Jefferson Co., NY
.......... 3 Esther A. Parish 1837 - b: 1837
.......... 3 Frances A. Parish 1844 - 1900 b: 1844 in New York d: Bet. 1900 - 1913 in probably Clinton, Rock Co., WI
............. +John Kennedy Howard 1840 - 1882 b: January 04, 1840 in Jefferson County, New York d: October 12, 1882 in Odell, Livingston Co., IL m: January 21, 1863 in Theresa, Jefferson Co., NY
.......... 3 Martha E. Parish 1843 - b: 1843
.......... 3 Charles H. Parish 1845 - b: 1845

I am tracing the Parker>Parish>Howard and Sweet family lines of my maternal ancestors.

Loren Michael


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