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THE CORNSTALK MILITIA OF KENTUCKY 1792-1811 Clift

p. 106 Commissioned Officers, 1799 - 1804

Jefferson County Regiment

PARKER, JOSHUA Ensign, 1st Regiment May 14, 1800

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MARRIAGE BONDS FOR SHELBY COUNTY, KENTUCKY 1792-1830      Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry

p. 16 PARKER, JOSHUA to MARY PATTERSON Aug. 7, 1800bondsman James Patterson

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SHELBY COUNTY KENTUCKY MARRIAGES by Hasskarl 976.9435 H V.1

p. 13 PARKER, JOSHUA and MARY PATTERSON, b-7 Aug. 1800, bondsman-James Parker

[This is an error. The original shows as does the above reference - the bondsman was James Patterson - not Parker.]

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HISTORY OF SHELBY COUNTY, KENTUCKY by Willis

p. 103 Chapter VII Shelby County Schools...About the same time there was taught a school one mile east of Shelbyville by James Herndon. The patrons of this school were: the Scott, Wells, George Carr, Trudle, PARKER, Guinn families.

p. 236 Shelby County Marriages

PARKER, JOSHUA - MARY PATTERSON Aug. 7, 1800

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EARLY TENNESSEE TAX LISTS

Humphreys County paid taxes in 1812

Parkers:

John

JOSHUA

Samuel

Thomas

William

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1820 Humphreys County, Tennessee Census

JOSHUA PARKER

1 male under 10 years

3 males 10 to 16 years

1 male 26 to 45 years

1 female 26 to 45 years

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1830 Humphreys County, Tennessee Census

p. 302 MARY PARKER (JOSHUA's widow)

1 male 5 to 10 years             p. 301 was son Uriah F. Parker

1 male 10 to 15 years            p. 302 was son-in-law Bailey Hooper

1 male 20 to 30 years            p 302 was son William Parker

1 female 5 to 10 years          p. 302 was son Samuel Parker

1 female 40 to 50 years        p. 302 was son James M. Parker

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ALABAMA RECORDS VOL 35 Compiled by Jones and Gandrud

From the Huntsville Republican (newspaper), Madison County, Ala.,14 Nov. 1823:

State of Tennessee, Humphrey County Circuit Court, Sept. 1823 Term:

Thomas Holland vs.

Elizabeth Parker,

JOSHUA PARKER,

Richard Parker

Delila Parker,

William Parker,

Bailey Hooper and wife Frances,

Samuel Parker, Jr.,

Thomas Gray and wife Lucy,

heirs at law of Samuel Parker, deceased.

[Defendants Richard, Delila, William, Samuel Parker and Thomas

and Lucy Gray are inhabitants of Alabama.]

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RIVER COUNTIES QUARTERLY

Vol. I, No. 1, January 1972:

p. 12-3 Parker Family Record, Stewart Co., Tenn., found in the papers of Mildred S. Gambill, notes by Dr. Felix G. Parker JOSHUA PARKER b. Nov. 15, 1776, d. Sun. Dec. 31 1826, m. MARY PATTERSON 8 March 1782, d. Wed Nov. 2, 1836 (Bible) (JOSHUA PARKER moved to Tenn. from N. C. The Parkers were first in Virginia. He came to Texas at an early date and received a Spanish land grant for the land where the city of Houston now stands. He came to Texas by boat on the Miss. River and fought with Indians on the way. He returned to Tenn., possibly Clarksville. (from Mrs. Amanda Burch Parker, wife of Robert Langsfore Parker, grandson of JOSHUA.) Ch. of JOSHUA and MARY, copied from Bible by Dr. Felix G. Parker:

James Parker, b. 1 Oct. 1801

Uriah Parker, b. 1 Feb. 1806

William S. Parker b. 12 Oct. 1807, d. Friday 16 Aug. 1878 near Texarkana, Ark., m. Josephine B. Rudolph 23 Nov. 1837 at Waverly. She was b. 14 Aug 1820, d. 9 Jan 1857. After her death William moved to a farm near Texarkana, Ark., probably near Rondea. He remarried and had two children, a son Gus Parker and a dau. He is buried there. Gus Parker visited McKinney, Texas. Wm. and Josephine had 4 sons all born in Waverly, Tenn.

John W. Parker, b. 24 Dec. 1809 (d. Parker, Texas)

Clark M. Parker, b. 25 July 1815 (lived at Clarksville, Tenn; a son of Clark was B. Parker of Waverly. Clark m. Matilda Summers, b. 17 Sep 1823)

Sallie G. Parker b. 8 March 1821, m. a Mc Murty. (One dau. Mary married a man named Pawley and lived in Paducah, Ky.)

Felix G. Parker was born 12 Oct. 1823, was a doctor, lived at Magnolia Post Office, Stewart Co., Tenn. His son was D.