Descendants of Roger Parke, immigrant, 1648-1739
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Descendants of Roger Parke, immigrant, 1648-1739 by Cecilia B. Parke

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Published by C.B. Parke in [Spring Hill, FL] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Park family.,
  • Parke, Roger, 1648-ca. 1739 -- Family.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [362] and index.

Statementby Cecilia B. Parke.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.P235 2000a
The Physical Object
Pagination325, [37] p. :
Number of Pages325
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3971985M
LC Control Number2001280518

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Descendants of Roger Parke, immigrant, by Cecilia B. Parke; 1 edition; Subjects: Family; People: Park family, Roger Parke (ca. ). Buy Descendants of Roger Parke, immigrant, by Cecilia B Parke (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Cecilia B Parke.   Dr. Roger Parke Sr. Roger PARKE Sr. ( – ) was Alex’s 9th Great Grandfather; one of 1, in this generation of the Miller line., He was the first white settler in Hopewell, New Jersey, the township where Washington crossed the Delaware. Roger Parke Sr. ws born in in Hexham, Northumberland, England. [Unfortunately, in her book, Descendants of Roger Parke, Immigrant , Cecilia Parke does not name an Eleanor Parke married to a Chenowith and I have no cross reference for her dates.]Garner states that Hampshire County records also show that three daughters of John and Eleanor Chenowith of that county married Ashbrook sons, Eleanor, Mary and Rachel.

Northumberland was home to Roger Parke (), a immigrant to America. His great-grandfather, Sir John Parke, had been born in Yorkshire in Roger was an active Quaker when he married his wife Anne Pattison on Ap Thomas Parkes of Virginia [moniker: Thomas (VA, )] Resident in Virginia by for sure, perhaps earlier. Born ca. , died in Albermarle Co., VA (based on will probate). This large lineage has an excellent Lineage Leader, many representatives, and several DNA tests. Alice Freeman was one of the immigrants covered in the book Royal Descents of Immigrants, by Gary Boyd Roberts [Senior Research Scholar at the prestigious New England Historic and Genealogical Society, in Boston]. The booklet Robert Parke ( - ): Immigrant From England in with the Winthrop Fleet by David L. Parke, is a must read. Over the years Parke has been spelled Park, Parke, Parks, Parkes and others. Early Notables of the Parke family (pre ) Another 34 words (2 lines of text) are included under the topic Early Parke Notables in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.

Does anyone have access to the book 'Descendants of Roger Parke '? John PARK III mrd Susannah Elrod and had a son John PARK IV. I'm trying to figure dates out as it seems Susannah birth year () makes it difficult to believe she gave birth to a John PARK IV in Any help would be greatly appreciated. Michael. Roger PARKE Sr. ( – ) was the first white settler in Hopewell, New Jersey, the township where Washington crossed the Delaware. Roger Parke Sr. was born in in Hexham, Northumberland, England. He was baptized at Cartmel Priory Church, Lancashire, England on 25 Jun , along with brothers, George, Thomas, James and sister, : Anne (Patison) Parke. Welcome to The Parke Society. Founded in as a family association for descendants of Robert Parke ( – ), who arrived in America aboard the Winthrop Fleet, in a few short years the Parke Society expanded its scope, becoming a surname society encompassing all Park, Parke, Parks, or Parkes lineages in North America.. With the support of its members, the all-volunteer staff and.   Cecilia B. Parke, Descendants of Roger Parke, immigrant, , privately published, Cambridge St., Spring Hill, FL, , Cecelia B. Parke indicates in her notes on Joseph Bonham that he and Naomi's children were born and indicates that Joseph may have had a second marriage in which there were three other.