Parker Research - John Parker's Family

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Electoral Rolls

1909 - Grey - Port Pirie
Albert James Hugh Parker, Solomontown, farmer
Carla Parker, Solomontown, farmer

Charles Parker, Pirie, farmer
Elizabeth Parker, Hd of Pirie, home duties

Edward Frank Parker, Solomontown, shop assistant
Eva Parker, Solomontown, home duties

William Charles Parker, Hd of Pirie, labourer
Johanna Parker, Wandearah, home duties

Alfred James Parker, Government Rd, Port Pirie West, saddler
Olive Felgate Parker, Government Rd, Port Pirie West, home duties

Henry Guesdon Parker, Wandearah, farmer
Ida Louisa Helene Parker (nee Wolter), Wandearah West, home duties

Alice May Parker, Pirie, home duties
Ann Parker, Emma St, Solomontown, home duties
Annie Parker, Square St, Waterworkstown, home duties
Frederick George Parker, Emma St, Solomontown, labourer
John Parker, Tennyson, labourer
Mary Ann Parker, Daisy St, Peterton, home duties
Susan Parker, Alpha Road, Solomontown, home duties
John Percival Parker, Hd of Pirie, labourer

Joseph Parker

  • No birth registered in SA
  • No death found after thorough Digger search in SA 6/1/2019.

Groom Given Name(s): Joseph Groom Last Name: PARKER Bride Given Name(s): Johanah Bride Last Name: CARNEY Marriage Date: 1875, March 29 Marriage Place: St Laurence Church North Adelaide Groom Age: 21 Groom Approx. Birth Year: 1854 Groom Marital Status: S Groom Father: John PARKER Bride Age: 22 Bride Approx. Birth Year: 1853 Bride Marital Status: S Bride Father Name: Michael CARNEY District: Adelaide Symbol: Book/Page: 102/847 Cross Reference:

Transcribed marriage record at Genealogy SA

  1. 47 District of Adelaide

29 March 1875 at St Laurence's Church, North Adelaide (Catholic) Joseph Parker, 21y, single, occupation lime burner, residence Prospect, father John Parker. Johanah Carney, 22y, single, spinster, residence North Adelaide, father Michael Carney. Witnesses Thomas Carney, labourer of North Adelaide & Mary Ann? Kearney, spinster, of North Adelaide. Joseph made his mark, Johanah signed her name, Minister: Patrick illeg.

No death registered. Can't find in newspaper. No inquest. No burial found

1900 Nil

1904 Directory Page 153 Phyllis St, west side, between Dover St and Clifton St Edward Parker, baker

1905 Directory Page 157 Clifton Street, Maylands, south side between Augusta St and Phyllis St Edward Parker, baker

1906 Directory Page 145 Margaret St, Norwood, west side, between The Parade and William St Mrs Johanna Parker (next to William St) Page 160 Clifton Street, Maylands, south side between Augusta St and Phyllis St Edward Parker, baker

1907 Directory page 157 Adelaide Street, Maylands. West side between Parsons St and Clifton St William Parker, foreman, waterworks. Clifton Street, Maylands, south side between Augusta St and Phyllis St Edward Parker, baker

Other records also place Joseph or his children in close proximity to John's family.

Joseph purchased land with Mary Ann Parker at Little Adelaide - details required. Charles Parker's older children were born at Little Adelaide in October 1873, at Prospect in September 1875, and at North Adelaide in May 1877 and June 1878.

Charles' fifth child was born at Bowden in August 1880, while his sixth was born in June 1882 at Brompton Park. Joseph's daughter Edith was born in January 1881, also at Brompton Park.

By 1884, Charles and his family had moved to the mid north, and finally settled near Nurom, between Port Pirie and Crystal Brook.

Joseph's daughter Edith married her first husband, Alfred Webb Smith, at the Methodist Manse in Port Pirie on 12 April 1906.

Joseph's son, now known as William Charles Parker, married Elizabeth Brumfield at St Paul's Church in Port Pirie on 25 August 1909.

Charles Parker and Elizabeth Whitbread moved to Two Mile Crossing, closer to Port Pirie.

When William Charles Parker enlisted for the Australian Army in 1916, he stated that his next of kin is his wife, Mrs Elizabeth Parker, of Two Mile Crossing, Port Pirie, South Australia. Family members who have been to the farm only remember one house at Two Mile Crossing.

Timeline for Joseph's Family

C 1854 - Little Adelaide/Nailsworth - Joseph Parker born.

24 Nov 1874 - Joseph, a lime burner of Little Adelaide, notified the death of John Parker.

29 Mar 1875 - Joseph, a 21yo lime burner of Prospect married Johanna Carney at St Laurence's church, North Adelaide.

11 Jun 1878 - Maud Mary Parker born Barnard Street, North Adelaide. Parents Charles Parker, carter, and Elizabeth Whitbread.

24 Jan 1881 - Edith Alice Parker born at Brompton Park. Joseph is a carter.

26 Nov 1883 - Charles William Parker born at O'Shaughnessy St, Grey Ward. Joseph is a mason.

27 Jun 1886 - Edward Frank Parker born at Victor Street, Maylands. Joseph is a mason.

4 Sep 1907 - Edna Whanne Parker born at Fisher Street, Norwood. Parents Edward Frank Parker, bootmaker and Eva McRostie.

1909 - Charles Parker, Pirie, farmer
1909 - Edward Frank Parker, Solomontown, shop assistant
1909 - Eva Parker, Solomontown, home duties
1909 - Elizabeth Parker, Hd of Pirie, home duties
1909 - Johanna Parker, Wandearah, home duties
1909 - William Charles Parker, Hd of Pirie, labourer

28 Jan 1910 - Thomas Joseph Parker born at Port Pirie. Son of William Charles Parker, labourer, and Elizabeth Bloomfield. Notified by V.C. Bensley, friend.

29 Mar 1910 - Harold Parker Smith born at Port Pirie South. Father Alfred Webb Smith, storeman, and Edith Alice Parker.

18 Sep 1911 - Olive May Parker born at Hundred of Pirie. Daughter of William Charles Parker, farm labourer, and Elizabeth Brumfield.

12 Jan 1953 - Eva McRostie Parker died at RAH. Residence: 25 Ballara Street, Mile End. Buried 13 Jan at Dudley Park.

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