It is believed and mostly proven by researchers that there were 3 men named Richard Parker during the same period of time in Virginia. Our Magna Carta project has determined the the Nansemond and Henrico Co were the same person [Parker-1544]
Over the years, many have accidently combined them (see FindaGrave) This profile is intended to represent the Richard Parker that married Judith, the widow of William Hunt. A full explanation of these three men is available at:
Based on historical events his birthdate was between 1618 and 1630, his death was around 25 March 1682, as that is when the court petitioned for part of Judith's estate for her son Richard, the orphan.
Richard Parker married by 1 May 1668 Judith Burton Hunt, widow of William Hunt.
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Richard is 17 degrees from Vinnie Hoxie, 16 degrees from Frederic Remington, 21 degrees from Pablo Picasso, 21 degrees from Edgar Degas, 20 degrees from Alexander Calder, 23 degrees from Camille Claudel, 18 degrees from John Bacon, 19 degrees from Barbara Hepworth, 21 degrees from Norman Lindsay, 14 degrees from Frances Loring, 20 degrees from Florence Wyle and 17 degrees from Elaine Weatherall on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.