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William Solomon Parker Sr. (abt. 1770 - abt. 1840)

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William Solomon Parker Sr.
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Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died about in Haywood Co NCmap
Parker-1595 created 23 Jan 2011 | Last modified | Last edit: 28 Sep 2017
15:27: Shantay Sawyer edited the Biography for William Parker Sr.. [Thank Shantay for this]
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This person was created through the import of Parker 9.ged on 23 January 2011.

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Note

Moved to Cherokee County NC by 1795 and named 5 of 7 children after his father, mother, sisters and brothers.

Biography

William Solomon Parker was the second child of William and Elizabeth (Clark) Parker. He was born 1 January 1770 in North Carolina. [1]

Added by family information on Sept 1, 2016 Donnie Alan Blackstone Gedmatch #M416339 Y Chromosome haplogroups test R-P310

Mack McCall Cemetery, Transylvania County, North Carolina [[1]]

1. William Parker, Jr. b: 29 JAN 1791 in Henderson Co NC
2. Jonathon Parker b: 1792 in Surry Co NC
3. Solomon Parker b: 1794 in Haywood Co NC
4. Sarah "Sally" Parker b: 1795 in Surry Co NC
5. Lavinia Parker b: 1797 in Haywood Co NC
6. John A. Parker b: 1803 in SC
7. James Parker b: 1805 in Rutherford Co NC
8. Mary Jane Parker b: 1806 in Haywood Co NC
9. Leticia Parker b: 10 APR 1808 in Henderson Co NC
10. Pleasant Parker b: 1810 in Transylvania Co NC

Marriage

1. Elizabeth UNKNOWN, North Carolina.

Children:

2. Martha Pleasant Anderson 1795 in probably NC. b abt. 1774 and d abt. 1840, both are buried in Mack McCall Cemetery (3rd Cemetery of the Macedonia Baptist Church, Glouchester, NC).

Children:

  • Sarah "Sally" Parker b: 1795 in Surry Co, N.C [2] [3] [1]
  • Lavinia Parker b: 1797 in Haywood Co, N.C [1]
  • Daniel Coleman Parker b: 1802 [1]

? about Lavinia and Daniel being the fifth child

  • John A Parker [1]
  • James Parker b: 1805 in Rutherford Co, N.C [1]
  • Mary Jane Parker b: 1806 in Haywood Co, N.C [1]
  • Leticia Parker b: 10 APR 1808 in Henderson Co, N.C [1]
  • Pleasant Parker b: 1810 in Transylvania Co, N.C [1]

Wm. Parker household, 1790 U.S. Census, Spartanburg District, South Carolina. 1 Male over the age of 16, 1 male undser the age of 16, 1 female.

Wm. Parker household, 1800 U.S. Census, Spartanburg District, South Carolina, p. 194. 3 males undser 10, 1 male 26-45; 2 females under 10, 1 female 26-45.

William Parker household, 1810 U. S. Census, Buncombe County, North Carolina, p. 293, 2 males under 10, 2 males 10-15, 2 males 16-25, 1 male over 45; 2 females under 10, 1 female 16-25, 1 female over 45.

Sources

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 [Parker Genealogy of Western North Carolina to 1750 A.D.]
  2. Geni.com
  3. Find A Grave, Memorial #17305647.
  • Ancestry.com records

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On 5 Mar 2017 at 14:13 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

? Name:Parker, Solomon Sr.Birth Date:Before 1775Birth Place:Edgecombe co., NCMarriage Date:1795Marriage Place:Nash co., NCSpouse:Margaret, d. Aug 1865Children:Calvin, Offa, Weeks, Solomon, Mary, Keziah, othersDeath Date:Autumn 1837Death Place:Nash co., NCResidence:Nash co., NC

Infor: [[1]]

On 16 Feb 2017 at 08:44 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

I know its a tree but the Census and Land Grant information of our family, Look at these also [[1]]

1st. William Parker est. b. 1752, 2nd. William Parker est. b. 1770, 3rd. William Parker est. b. 1791 now the Solomon name I know is his name but was William also name, this is our line we following, right? [[2]]

\ this Pleasant Parker here would have been born about 1801 just something I seen and wanted to share all these notes I'm leaving we can take off later , maybe this will stir up some folks, lol [[3]]

On 16 Feb 2017 at 07:40 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

Name: Martha 'Elizabeth ' Pleasant Anderson?Sex: FBirth: ABT 1766 in SCDeath: BET 1850 AND 1860 in Haywood co., NCCensus: 1850 Haywood co., NCBurial: Mack McCall cemetery, Gloucester, Transylvania co., NCReference Number: 26265 I believe this is saying she was maybe married to a man named Pleasant Anderson maybe her name was Martha Elizabeth Smith and maybe not ever Martha but it would make sense for her to name one of her children Pleasant if she lost her first husband, just thanking out loudly


Marriage 1 ? AndersonMarried: ABT 1785 in NC Marriage 2 William Parker , Sr. b: ABT 1770 ,S.C? Married: ABT 1790 in NC

  • Marriage 2 William Parker , Sr. b: ABT 1770 Married: ABT 1790 in NCChildren William Parker , Jr. b: 29 JAN 1791 in Surry co., NC Jonathon Willis Parker b: 1792 in Surry co., NC/Macon co., GA/SC? Solomon Parker b: 1794 in Haywood co., NC Sarah "Sally" Parker b: 1795 in Surry co., NC Lavinia Parker b: 1797 in Haywood co., NC John A.\Robert Parker b: 1803 in SC James\Thomas Parker b: 1805 in Rutherford co., NC Mary 'Jane' Parker b: 1806 in Haywood co., NC Leticia Parker b: 10 APR 1808 in SC Pleasant Parker b: 1810 in Haywood co., NC?

This information that I got this from does say that William Parker was born 1752 I believe that is his father William Parker b. 1770 father with all these children being born in the 1700's and even on in to 1810?

On 16 Feb 2017 at 07:37 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

Parker-17007 and Parker-13478 appear to represent the same person because: These also need merged, please look the children over the , Thank's

On 16 Feb 2017 at 07:28 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

Wm. Parker household, 1790 U.S. Census, Spartanburg District, South Carolina. 1 Male over the age of 16, 1 male undser the age of 16, 1 female.

Wm. Parker household, 1800 U.S. Census, Spartanburg District, South Carolina, p. 194. 3 males undser 10, 1 male 26-45; 2 females under 10, 1 female 26-45.

William Parker household, 1810 U. S. Census, Buncombe County, North Carolina, p. 293, 2 males under 10, 2 males 10-15, 2 males 16-25, 1 male over 45; 2 females under 10, 1 female 16-25, 1 female over 45.

This shows when they moved to the Buncombe County area

On 24 Dec 2016 at 13:26 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

* 1790 US Census [[1]]
  • 1800 US Census [[2]]
  • 1810 US Census [[3]]
  • 1820 US Census [[4]]
  • 1830 US Census [[5]]
  • 1840 US Census [[6]]

Glover Family Tree information [[7]]

The thing about all of us finding our true Grandfather William Solomon Parker est. b.1665/1770 d. 1830/1840 and who he was married two is very important to me. I do know for a fact that my Hooper and Parker family moved around together in different places and I am a direct descendent of William Solomon Parker and Absalom Hooper , in the 1820 US Census, Haywood County and 1830 US Census it seems Absalom Hooper lived near / or next door , my 23andme Paternal R1b1b2a1a Maternal J1c2 Gedmatch kit # M416339 and Y Chromosome haplogroups test R-P310 now if Elizabeth Smith is our Grandmother who was she I would like to know more about her family line is she the Smith line out of Laurens County area which would be already my line because of my Taylor / Medlock Grandparents does anyone know, my contact information is 108dab888@gmail.com or 864 402-0606 and I'm on Facebook Donnie Alan Blackstone Pelzer, Anderson County, South Carolina, Thanks

On 1 Dec 2016 at 04:15 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

I took Elizabeth Smith off as a wife I can't find know information saying she was a wife , if yall would like to add her back then what should I do with Martha Pleasant Anderson, I have been working on this off and on for along time and it seems we are all chasing this same person, my line was from A William Parker but how many was they Please Help get it right, Thank you!!

On 4 Oct 2016 at 23:34 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

Parker, William S. Sr. 

Birth : ABT 1770  Death : BET 1840 AND 1850 Haywood Co., NC Gender: Male Parents:

Father: Parker, William  Mother: Clark, Elizabeth 

Family:

Spouse:

Anderson, Martha Pleasant  Birth : ABT 1774  Gender: Female

Children:

Parker, Jonathan  Parker, Solomon  Parker, William S. Jr. Parker, Sarah  Parker, Lavinia  Parker, Daniel Coleman  Birth : 05 APR 1802  Death : OK Gender: Male Parker, John  Parker, James  Birth : ABT 1804 NC Gender: Male Parker, Letitia  Parker, Mary Jane  Parker, Pleasant 

On 4 Oct 2016 at 23:24 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

* William Parker, Jr. b: 29 JAN 1791 in Henderson Co NC2. Jonathon Parker b: 1792 in Surry Co NC3. Solomon Parker b: 1794 in Haywood Co NC4. Sarah "Sally" Parker b: 1795 in Surry Co NC5. Lavinia Parker b: 1797 in Haywood Co NC6. John A. Parker b: 1803 in SC7. James Parker b: 1805 in Rutherford Co NC8. Mary Jane Parker b: 1806 in Haywood Co NC9. Leticia Parker b: 10 APR 1808 in Henderson Co NC10. Pleasant Parker b: 1810 in Transylvania Co NC

On 4 Oct 2016 at 21:38 GMT Donnie Blackstone wrote:

William Parker, b abt 1750/52 in VA, m Elizabeth Clark, b abt 1750. William was a Rev. War veteran (Roster of SC Patriots in the Rev. War). He served in the Rangers under Capt. Charles Heatley and Col. Thomson during 1775. 

The 2nd child of William and Elizabeth Clark Parker was William Solomon Parker, Sr., b 1770 in NC, and d aft 1840 in Haywood County, NC, m Martha Pleasant Anderson 1795 in probably NC. b abt. 1774 and d abt. 1840, both are buried in Mack McCall Cemetery (3rd Cemetery of the Macedonia Baptist Church, Glouchester, NC). 

Oldest child of William and Martha Pleasant Anderson Parker was William Solomon Parker, Jr., b Jan 29, 1791, Haywood Cty., NC; d Sept. 15, 1868, Town County, GA, m Elizabeth Jane Brown abt. 1815 in Jackson Cty or Haywood Cty, NC., b 1797 in Rowan Cty., NC, d aft 1880. They are buried in Towns Cty, GA. 

The 7th child of William and Elizabeth Jane Brown Parker was William C. (Cornelius) Parker, b Oct 4, 1833 in Haywood Cty, NC; d abt 1895 in Franklin Cty., AR., m Amanda Matilda Wood Aug. 3, 1856 in Towns Cty, GA. b Oct 21, 1838. William C. and Amanda are buried in Franklin Cty., AR in Morgan Cemetery on Fly Gap on the North side of Parker Mountain. 

William C. and Amanda Matilda Wood Parker had five children, including my grand-father, John Elisha Parker, b 24 July, 1867, in Rocky Ford, Screven Cty, GA.; d 15 July 1953 in Franklin Cty., AR on Parker Mountain; m Rachel Claudia Crawford (the Crawford's came from Turkey Creek, KY); b 13 Aug. 1873; d 7 Mar 1950. My father Vol Brown Parker was born to that union.



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