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David Parker

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Generation No. 1

DAVID PARKER (Davie) was born September 10, 1861, and died August 05, 1914 in Logan Co. Ok. He married MATTIE WARD. She was born May 05, 1868, and died March 12, 1936 in Logan Co. Ok.

Children of DAVID PARKER AND MATTIE WARD are:

  i.  JULIOUS PARKER,
     b. July 01, 1900, Livingston, Polk Co. Texas;
     d. January 23, 1975, Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma

  ii.  ARTHUR PARKER

  iii.  MOLLIE PARKER

Notes for David Parker:
usgenweb.TexasNavarroCo. Rice
a man named J. S. Parker was a blacksmith in the early days.


Record of Marks & Brands (1854-1873)
Surnames M-Z
The following list of names and brands appear
Parker, J. D. - August 23, 1862
Hall, I. W. - April 12, 1867
Hall, J. W. - November 7, 1861
Hall, William N. - April 16, 1855

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Generation No. 2

i.   JULIOUS PARKER, b July 01, 1900, Livingston, Polk Co. Texas; d. January 23, 1975, Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, Burial: January 27, 1975, Mt. Pilgrim Cemetery, Logan County, Oklahoma, Occupation: 1956, Carpenter - City Directory, Religion: 1975, Mt. Olive Friendship Baptist Church - Obit, Residence: 1923, 710 S. Second, Guthrie - - City Directory.
m. (1) ARVENIA HALL; b. 1902, Kerens, Navarro County, Texas; d. 1921, Guthrie, Logan County
m. (2) UNKNOWN 2nd WIFE;
m. (3) UNKNOWN WIFE 3.

Notes for JULIOUS PARKER:

This obituary was published in the Logan County News, Sunday, Jan 26, 1975

Julious Parker

Funeral services for Julious W. Parker, 74, retired carpenter, will be held at 11 am Monday in Mt. Olive Frendship Baptist Church with the Rev. I. Burleigh, pastor, officiating.  Interment will be in Mt. Pilgrim Cemetery, southeast of Langston, directed by Dawson Funeral Home.
Parker, whose home was at 923 E. Lincoln, died Thursday morning at Guthrie Nursing Center. He was a member of Mt. Olive Friendship Baptist Church and a verteran of World War II.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Arvenia Bumpus, Calif, and Mrs. Dorenda Cardeon, Calif, two sons J. W. Parker, Jr., Calif and David Parker, one brother, the Rev. Arthur W. Parker, New York City, one sister Mrs. Mollie Walker, Texas and 10 grandchildren.

Julius Parker II wrote that according to his birth certificate, his father was born in Texas

ii.  ARTHUR PARKER

Notes for ARTHUR PARKER
Listed in Julious Parker's obit as brother. Resided in New York at that time

iii.  MOLLIE PARKER

Notes for MOLLIE PARKER
Listed in Julious Parker's obit as sister. Resided in Texas at that time



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