Angleton Cemetery Angleton, Brazoria County, Texas, USA 
Mrs. Parker, Long Time Resident, Dies At Home - Mrs. Celia Ann Parker, a pioneer citizen of Freeport, died at her home here at 1:15 a.m. Sunday. Funeral services were held from the Presbyterian Church Monday with Rev. L.M. Malloy, pastor, officiating.
Mrs. Parker was born Fen. 28, 1870, in Simpson, La. She spent her youth in Louisiana and Mississippi, moving with her husband from Leesville, La. to Cedar Lane in Matogorda county in 1913.
The family moved to Freeport in 1917, where Mr. Parker was employed with the Sulphur Company for years before entering the mercantile business.
She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and had been active in church work during her younger years. She is survived by two sons, J.G. Parker and W.O. Parker, both of Freeport; four daughters, Mrs. R.S. Wingate and Mrs. E.S. Standley of Freeport; Mrs. Glenn Hook of Houston; and Mrs. Mark C. Hopkins of Texas City; four brothers, F.K. Jackson, Floyd Jackson, Willie H. Jackson, and Frank Jackson, all of Simpson, La.; four sisters, Mrs. Ellen Armstrong, Mrs. Julia Lewis, Mrs. Beulah Parker, all of Simpson, and Mrs. Rebecca Parker of Slagle, La.; 12 grandchildren and 12 great Grandchildren.
Interment was in the Angleton cemetery under the direction of the Freeport Funeral Home. 
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