Kinchen Parker was in Barbour County 1840-1858. He married Martha "Patsy"
Weeks in Jefferson County,GA June 29, 1821. According to the 1850 Barbour
County Census, the children in this family were Caroline, Eliza, Wesley, and
Jackson. There were other older children, I'm sure. Was James A. Parker a
child of Kinchen and Martha?
James A. Parker married Catherine Elizabeth Anglin in Barbour County in
1848. On the 1850 Census, he was shown as the next family to Kinchen and
Catherine was the daughter of William Anglin and Lovey Maddox who were also
in Barbour County late 1820s - 1860s.
In 1860, Kinchen was found on the Union County, Arkansas Census in the
family of Walter Parker. Was Walter another son of Kinchen? Walter married
Why did Kinchen leave Alabama and his wife, Martha, to relocate in Arkansas?
On the 1860 Barbour County Census, Martha is shown in the household of her
daughter, Mary J. and her husband, John Hollingsworth.
I would like to learn the death date, place of death and place of burial for
I would like to learn the same information for Martha. I cannot find either
Kinchen or Martha after the 1860 Barbour County Census.
Also, would like to learn the death dates, places of death and place of
burials for William Anglin and Lovey Maddox. Also cannot find them after
the 1860 Barbour County Census.
Can anyone help on Kinchen Parker and William Anglin families?
Anglin, Wm. b.ca 1798 Ga. probably died by 1870, in Barbour Co. He served in War of 1812. Wife Lavinia (Lovey) Maddox probably died by 1870. Probably buried in Barbour County.
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YOU. I HAVE FOUND A LOT MORE ACCURATE STUFF
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NOW. HAVE YOU FOUND ANYTHING OUT LATELY, LET
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I don'[t know much about some of the questions you are asking but Kinchen Parker is in my line, I have his marraige license to Martha Weeks. I don't know why he moved to Alabama or to Arkansas, but I do know that the Parker family left North Carolina because of the droughts that were taking place during that time and that they first settled in Jefferson County. Kinchen later lived in Bibb County at some point because he was a member of Mt Paran Primitive Baptist Church there, as was his brother, who is my gggggrandfather.
You can email me directly if you need some info, because I have Kinchen's line back to about 1600
Kinchen Parker and Martha Weeks were my great great
grandparents through Sara Elizabeth "Eliza," their daughter,
who is my great grandmother. I would love to have a copy
of Kinchen and Martha's marriage license. Will be happy to
pay you for the copy and mail, or if you could scan it and
send me a copy, I would really appreciate it. I would also
like to find out about Kinchen Parker's line. Any pictures of
this family? Any help at all would
be appreciated so much!
Kinchen Parker was my gg grandfather. Would appreciate
any information you may have on him. Any picture, Bible
pages, anything about him and/ or Martha Weeks.
I'd love any information you would be willing to provide for me on Kinchen Parker - I have some, but I cannot find the information going forward through his son John (born 1823), and his son - Kinchen Thomas Parker, (born 1848). The ladder Kinchen is a big mystery I have been trying to solve for some time now. He has a story in there that I'd like to know. Thanks, Stacey