Descendants of Lewis ap David of Cardiganshire, Wales

The Parker Families of Southeast Mississippi

The Parker families of North Carolina is important to this research because Louisa Lewis and Cynthia Matilda Lewis and Polly Lewis married sons of these families. Thus, William Parker and Jacob B. Parker and Addison Parker are listed in the 1855 Jasper Co MS probate for Walden Lewis. 

Walden Lewis Probate

"The Eastern Clarion, Paulding, Jasper County, Mississippi, S.R. Adams, Editor, Jan 20, 1855, Vol. XVIII, No. 19, page 3, column 7, Item 3.

JASPER COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI:

To - Polly Lewis, widow of Walden Lewis, Sr. deceased; Willis Lewis, John Lewis; Alexander Lewis; Simeon Lewis; Zachariah Lewis; Louisa Parker and William Parker her husband; Polly Parker and Addison Parker her husband; Ipsabeth Davis [dau. of Cyrethia, dec.] and Larkin Davis her husband; Polly Davis [dau. of Cyrethia, dec.] and Alexander Davis her husband and John J. Williams, guardian ad litem of Willis, Matilda Jane, Carey, Barbara and John Williams, minor heirs of Cyrethia Williams, deceased, formerly Lewis and all other persons interested in the lands, tenements and hereditaments of Walden Lewis, Sr. -

You are cited to be and appear before the Hon. Probate Court of Jasper County at the courthouse thereof on the 3rd Monday of March next then and there to answer the petition of Matilda Parker and Jacob B. Parker her husband, heirs and distributees of Walden Lewis, Sr. deceased, for the sale of certain lands, tenements and hereditaments of said deceased, described in said petition as follows, to wit: Southeast quarter of NW-1/4; NE-1/4 of SW-1/4 and NW-1/4 of SE- /14, sect. 8, Township 3, Range 13E sit and lying in Jasper Co., Miss. "subject to the widower's dower," and be show cause if any they can why the same should not be sold and further to do and suffer such other things as shall be considered and ordered by the Court aforesaid in the premises.

Witness the Hon. Geo. W. Ryan, Judge of the Probate Court of said county 3rd Monday of Jan. 1855. Given under my hand and seal of office and issued 17th day of January 1855."

yDNA research shows that William Parker, Jacob Parker, and Addison Parker are all closely related--37/37 matches--and are members of Parker family group #28.

    Parker Surname yDNA Project <https://www.familytreedna.com/public/parker?iframe=yresults> 2 March 2024.

Parker Family Group 28
Jacob Parker b. 1778 South Carolina

-The oldest ancestor of P240 is Jacob PARKER, born 1778 in South Carolina, died in 1824 in Alabama or Mississippi. He married Lucretia BRADLEY before 1804. She was born in South Carolina in 1784, and died in Jasper County Mississippi in 1852.
-
P244 descends from John H. PARKER, born about 1846 in Jasper County, Mississippi and died in 1870 in Jasper County, MS. He married first Martha Ann SUMRALL, daughter of Drury SUMRALL and Nancy PERRY. John's second wife was Sarah (Sallie) E. LOTT. John H. Parker appears to be the son of John PARKER who was married to Rhoda Ann (unknown). She is listed as his guardian on Jasper County MS. tax list of 1853 after the death of John Parker. 
-
P260 descends from James Bunyon PARKER, b 1837.
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P272 descends from Addison B. PARKER, born about 1818 in Mississippi. Addison married Mary (Polly) LEWIS, who was born about 1820 in Greene County Mississippi. They descend though Addison's son Little Berry Parker, born abt 1845 in Jasper County, Mississippi and died in 1941 in Franklinton, Louisiana. Current evidence suggests that Addison PARKER is a son of Littleberry Abbington PARKER, born 1798, and that Addison PARKER and Martin PARKER (ancestor of P290) were brothers. 
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P289 was added to this group in June 2010. He descends from William PARKER, born 1807 in Georgia, and died in 1873 in Trinity County Texas. William married Louisa LEWIS.
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P290 was added to this group in July 2010. He descends from Littleberry Abington PARKER, born 1798 in North Carolina and (probably) Elizabeth "Betsy" BOUNDS, born 1802 in Tennessee or Mississippi. Littleberry migrated into Wayne County, MS by 1816 along with other Parkers, then into Jones and Jasper Counties. He settled in Washington Co., Alabama in the 1850s and 60s, before returning to Jones Co., MS to homestead there and then in Marion County, MS where he died around 1890. His son Martin Parker, born 1835 in Jasper County, MS, is the great grandfather of P290.

    Parker Family DNA Project <http://web.utk.edu/~corn/parkerdna/park5.htm#FG28> 20 May 2016.

 

Lewis Family Migration to Mississippi

1805 Georgia Land Lottery Persons Entitled to Draws:
John Lewis Senr. (2)
Tavner Lewis (2)
Walden Lewis (2)
Note: A letter dated 2/21/1969 from the Secretary of State of Georgia states that Walden Lewis of Greene Co GA received 2 draws, both blank.

From the many Mississippi censuses, the preponderance of evidence indicates that the Parker families of Southeast Mississippi originated in North Carolina. Potential progenitors were enumerated in the 1816 Mississippi Territorial Census.

1816 Mississippi Territorial Census: Parker Families
Clarke Co Wayne Co Greene Co
Amos, Jesse, John, William,
William L.
Jacob, John, John, Jonathan, Sherwood `

 

The Jacob Parker Line

    x. Purported Ancestor: John L Parker b. c. 1755 in North Carolina

    1. P240 Jacob Parker

"The oldest ancestor of P240 is Jacob PARKER, born 1778 in South Carolina, died in 1824 in Alabama or Mississippi. He married Lucretia BRADLEY before 1804. She was born in South Carolina in 1784, and died in Jasper County Mississippi in 1852."

The Jacob Parker family originated in North Carolina. From the birth records of Jacob's children, we learn that Jacob migrated from North Carolina to Georgia by 1802. Jacob next appears in the 1816 Wayne Co, Mississippi Territorial Census. The Walden Lewis family lived in Morgan Co GA. Did the Parker family encounter the Lewis family in Georgia or along the Three-Chopped Way en route to Mississippi?

Jacob Parker is not found in the 1820 Census; as he had migrated to what would become Wilcox Co AL. Did Jacob return to Mississippi? Reportedly, he died 6/6/1824 in Wayne Co MS. But, Lucretia continued to husband the family in Jacob's place until her death in 1852 in Jasper Co MS.

Further Research:

In 1819, Covington Co. was formed out of a large portion of 1817 Wayne Co, MS & as a consequence, Jacob Parker was shown on the Covington County tax roll of 1819. Wilcox, AL was formed out of Monroe County, AL. & it is believed that when Jacob Parker left Covington, MS, he first located in the area designated as Monroe, AL and was recorded on that 1820 census which was later destroyed or lost. Jacobís daughter, Elizabeth Parker McDaniel, submitted their family records to LDS in 1890, some 65 years after Jacobís death. She and her younger brother were born in Wilcox, Al and Elizabeth incorrectly assumed & recorded that all her siblings were born in Wilcox, Al. Apparently, Elizabethís mother , Lucretia Bradley, was born in SC & Elizabeth therefore assumed that her Father Jacob was also born in SC. Jacobís first two children were born 1804 & 1808 in Georgia and the evidence suggests that Jacob met & married Lucretia in abt 1803ópossibly in Montgomery County, Ga.

Evidence now supports the supposition that Jacob was born 1778 in Duplin, NC , migrated to Georgia about 1802, from Georgia to Wayne, MS in 1810 & moved from MS in 1819-1820 to Monroe/Wilcox, AL. Jacobís probable brother, Asa Parker, shown on the 1820 census of Jefferson, GA, also migrated from Georgia to the Monroe/Wilcox area of AL. in about 1822-24. The Monroe, Al obit for Asa Parker, Jr shows he was a resident of Monroe, AL in 1820. Asa, Jr would have been age 16-17 at the time which indicates he possibly joined his Uncle Jacob Parker who moved from MS to Monroe/Wilcox, AL in 1820. Records of Duplin, NC show that Asa Parker, Sr b 1775 & his sibling, Jacob Parker b 1778 were orphans in Duplin, NC and possibly the sons of Thomas Parker, Jr who died in 1788.

    Jacob Parker, Family Search <https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/LRN4-HCL> 5 October 2023.

Georgia Colonial and Headright Plat Index (1735-1866) vol VV p. 31 #46574:
In 1802 Jacob Parker was issued a headright grant for 75 acres of land in Montgomery Co GA on Rocky Creek.

Lucretia Parker Probate

 

The order of Lucretia Parker's heirs defines the order of birth:

-The extant girls are listed in order.

-The extant boys are listed in order. 1st son William is listed as administrator; per custom as primogenitor.

-Then, Lucretia's deceased heirs and their spouses are listed in order.

Jasper Co MS Court Probate Record (1851-1856) Book B, p 205:

 

2/1853. In the matter of the Estate of Lucretia Parker deceased for sale of land.
On reading and filing the petition of William Parker
[2. William Parker who married Louisa Lewis], Administrator of Lucretia Parker deceased, 
It is ordered by the court that   

1. Mary Chambers and Thomas H. Chambers her husband, 

4. Beedy Grayson and Lee Grayson her husband, 

5. Sarah Davis and Thomas Davis her husband, 

10. Elizabeth McDonald and Henry McDonald [McDaniel] her husband, 

 

6. Levi B. Parker

8. Jacob Parker [who married Cynthia Matilda Lewis], 

9. Thomas Parker

11. John Parker

 

3. the heirs of James D. Parker deceased, 

7. and the heirs of Axey Hargrove Parker, deceased who was the wife of James A. Hargrove

 

be cited to be and appear before this court on the third Monday of May next, uniting then and there to answer said petition and to show cause if any can why the lands, teniments and hereditaments described in said petition should not be sold; and that said petitioners cause said citation to be published in the Whig Intelligence, a newspaper printed and published in the town of Paulding Jasper County Mississippi for the space of six weeks successively citing these said heirs and all persons interested in said lands to be and appear at the time and term aforesaid to show cause as aforesaid.

It is evident that after Lucretia's death the family broke up with most of the Parker children migrating west from Mississippi:
3. James Drake, husband of Martha Thigpin, was deceased in Jasper Co MS.
4. Biddy and Lee Grayson remained in Jasper Co MS.
9. Thomas Samuel and Amy Gant settled in Clarke Co MS.
10. Elizabeth and Henry McDaniel settled in Newton Co MS. As a widow, Elizabeth would migrate before 1888 to the Utah Territory.

Some of the children migrated to Rapides Parish LA:
6. Levi Bradley and Sina Mitchell migrated by 1860 to Rapides Parish LA.
7. Axey Lori was deceased in Jones Co MS. Husband James Hargrove remarried and migrated by 1860 to Rapides Parish LA.
11. John B and Easter Pennington migrated by 1860 to Rapides Parish LA.

And, some went to disparate counties in Texas:
5. Sarah and Thomas Davis migrated by 1860 to Hunt Co TX.
11. John B and Easter also migrated by 1867 to Robertson Co TX..

My research centers on the Lewis girls and their relations who migrated to Trinity Co TX:
1. Polly and Thomas Chambers migrated by 1860.
2. William and Louisa Lewis are cited migrating in 1856.
8. Jacob B and Cynthia Matilda Lewis are cited migrating in 1856.

Conclusions:
-Inheritances from the Parker family were settled by 2/1853 with Lucretia's probate.
-Not long thereafter, inheritances from the Lewis family were settled with Walden's 1/1855 probate.
-With whatever monies gained from these inheritances, each family had the opportunity to strike out for a new life.
-William, husband of Louisa, brought the lawsuit per his duties as Administrator. It appears that theses actions were the catalyst which propelled the Parker/ Lewis/ Chambers cousinage toward their migration to Texas.

    Children

    1. Mary "Polly" Parker

1850 Federal Census: Jasper County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST     FIRST          AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
===============================================================
203 203 Chambers T H            49  M   Farmer  North Carolina 
                 Mary           47  F           Georgia
                 A J            24  M   Farmer  Alabama
                 James          22  M   Farmer  "
                 John J         21  M   Farmer  Mississippi
                 William        16  M   Farmer  "
                 Franklin        9  M           "
                 Saphronia       6  F           "
                 Columbus        4  M           "

    2. P289 William G Parker

"P289. . . descends from William PARKER, born 1807 in Georgia, and died in 1873 in Trinity County Texas. William married Louisa LEWIS."

William Parker is believed to be a son of Jacob Parker. William is important to this research; as he married a daughter of Walden Lewis. Circumstantial evidence of the relationship to Jacob Parker is found in the 1850 Jasper Co MS census where William named a daughter after Lucretia and a son after Jacob.

1850 Federal Census: Jasper County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST             AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
=========================================================
47  50  Parker William           42  M   Farmer  Georgia
               Louisa            37  F           Georgia
               Lucretia          14  F           Miss
               Elizabeth         12  F           Miss
               William           10  M           Miss
               Jacob              8  M           Miss
               Benjamin Franklin  3  M           Miss
               Polly              1  F           Miss
1860 Federal Census: Trinity County, Texas
HN  FN   LAST   FIRST         AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
======================================================
282 282  Parker William       53  M   Farmer  Georgia
                Louisa        45  F           Miss
                Lucretia      24  F           Miss
                Elizabeth     22  F           Miss
                William       19  M           Miss
                Jacob         18  M           Miss
                Benjamin      14  M           Miss
                Polly         11  F           Miss
                Ellen          9  F           Miss
                John B.        7  M           Miss
                Amanda A.      2  F           Texas
1870 Federal Census: Trinity County, Texas
HN  FN   LAST   FIRST         AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
======================================================
282 282  Parker William       63  M   Farmer  Georgia
                Louisa        57  F           Miss
                Benjamin      22  M           Miss
                Ellen         16  F           Miss
                John          14  M           Miss
                Amanda        11  F           Texas

    3. James Drake Parker

1850 Federal Census: Jasper County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST             AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
============================================================
42  42  Parker James D                 40  M   Farmer  Miss
               Martha                  28  F           "
               M[arquis] De Lafayette  12  M           "
               James Franklin          10  M           "
               Jane L                   8  F           "
               Andrew Jackson           6  M           "
               Dallas                   5  M           "
               William                  4  M           "
               Samuel                   2  M           "
               James Madison         6/12  M           "

    4. Martha Bridget "Biddy" Parker

1850 Federal Census: Jasper County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST             AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
=============================================================
329 350 Grayson Lee              50  M   Farmer  Kentucky
                Biddy            36  F           Tennessee
                Mahala           22  F           Mississippi 
                Mary Ann         21  F           "
                Emiline          19  F           "
                Andrew J         17  M           "
                Oliver           14  M           "
                George           12  M           "
                Sarah Anne       11  F           "
                Claiborne        10  M           "
                Lucretia          9  F           "
                William           7  M           "
                Darinda           5  F           "
                Thomas            3  M           "
                Albert G          2  M           "

    5. Sarah Parker

1850 Federal Census: Newton County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST             AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
=============================================================
        Davis  Thomas            46  M   Farmer  Georgia
               Sarah             36  F           Mississippi
               John              16  M           "
               Thomas            14  M           "
               Bird              12  M           "
               Benjamin          10  M           "
               James              8  M           "
               Jacob              5  M           "
               Micajah            3  M           "
               Catherine       2 mo  F           "

    6. Levi Bradley Parker

1850 Federal Census: Newton County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST             AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
=============================================================
264 264 Parker Levi              35  M           Mississippi
               Sini              26  F           "
               Peter              7  M           "
               Prentiss B         5  M           "
               William            3  M           "

    7.  Axey Lori Parker

1850 Federal Census: Jones County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST     FIRST    AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
================================================
199 199 Hargrove James A  36  M   Farmer  Miss
                 Martha   27  F           "
                 Hardy    12  M           "
                 Allen     8  M           "
                 Luna      7  F           "
                 Theodore  6  M           "
                 James     3  M           "
        Cooper   Elender  62  F           "

    8. Jacob B. Parker

1850 Federal Census: Jasper County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST        AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
==================================================
553 576 Parker Jacob B.     31  M   Farmer  Miss
               Matilda      22  F           Miss
               Amarillus     5  F           Miss
               Candice       3  F           Miss
               Christian     1  M           Miss
1860 Federal Census: Trinity County, Texas
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST      AGE Sex Occup.       BIRTH
=====================================================
        Parker Jacob B.   42  M   Stock Keeper Miss
               Matilda    32  F                Miss
               Amarilda   13  F                Miss
               Candis     12  F                Miss
               Christian  10  M                Miss
               Mary L.     8  F                Miss
               Hannah      6  F                Miss
               Sarah E.    2  F                TX
1870 Federal Census: Trinity County, Texas
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST      AGE Sex Occup.       BIRTH
=====================================================
282 282 Parker Matilda    37  F                Miss
               Sallie     11  M                TX
               James       9  F                TX
 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
 Harrison HANKINS   Self   M   Male   W   55   MS   Farms   ---   --- 
 Matilda HANKINS   Wife   M   Female   W   49   MS   Keep House   ---   GA 
 Sarah PARKER   SDau   S   Female   W   21   TX      MS   MS 

    9. Thomas Samuel Parker

1850 Federal Census: Clarke County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST        AGE Sex Occup.    BIRTH
====================================================
12  12  Parker Thomas S     31  M   Bar Keep  Miss
               Ann          31  F             Geo
               Thomas J T    7  M             Miss
               James         5  M             "
               John J        3  M             "
               Margaret    5/12 F             "

    10. Elizabeth Parker

1850 Federal Census: Jasper County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST      FIRST        AGE Sex Occup.    BIRTH
===========================================================
225 246 McDonald  Henry        35  M   Farmer    Tennessee 
                  Elizabeth    24  F             Alabama

    11. John B Parker

1850 Federal Census: Jasper County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST   FIRST       AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
=======================================================
15  16  Parker Lucinda     64  F           Georgia
               John B      27  M   Farmer  "
               Easter      20  F           Mississippi 
               Pansuda      4  F           "
               Permina      2  F           "
               Elizabeth  4/12 F           "
               Cresy      4/12 F           "

 

    II. Cousin Littleberry Abbington Parker

The Littleberry Abbington Line originated in North Carolina. There isn't documentary evidence to prove the relationship to the Jacob Parker line. Now, yDNA research proves that William Parker, Jacob Parker, and Addison Parker are all closely related: 37/37 matches. Given LBA's close proximity to Jacob and the other Parkers of Wayne Co MS, reasonable conjecture led to the belief that LBA was the cousin (1C) to the Jasper Co MS Parkers. Thus, it is apparent that there was a cousinage of Parkers who migrated from North Carolina to the new lands of the Mississippi Territory.

    x. Purported Ancestor: Hardy Alexander Parker b. 1745 in North Carolina

    1. John L Parker

John's DOB has been reported to be 1765. But, that is incorrect. His date of birth is set by the 1830 Jones Co MS Census showing John born between 1750 and 1760.

Jones County Mississippi Records, Deed Book 1827-1956:
1/18/1832. Talahalla Creek (vic New Augusta), Jones Co MS.
Deed of Coneyance from John Parker, Junr to John Parker Senr.

    2. Littleberry Abington Parker

"P290. . . descends from Littleberry Abington PARKER, born 1798 in North Carolina and (probably) Elizabeth "Betsy" BOUNDS, born 1802 in Tennessee or Mississippi. Littleberry migrated into Wayne County, MS by 1816 along with other Parkers, then into Jones and Jasper Counties. He settled in Washington Co., Alabama in the 1850s and 60s, before returning to Jones Co., MS to homestead there and then in Marion County, MS where he died around 1890. His son Martin Parker, born 1835 in Jasper County, MS, is the great grandfather of P290."

Littleberry Abington is first found in the 1820 Wayne Co MS Census at age 22. He could possibly be the son of John Parker who was living nearby.

1820 Federal Census: Wayne County Mississippi:
 Littleberry Parker, 18-25, wife 16-18, 3 male children 0-10 yrs.
Living nearby: Jonathan D. Parker 18-25; John Parker, 45+; William Parker,18-25; Jacob Parker.

1830 Federal Census: Jones County Mississippi
L.B. Parker, 30-40, wife 30-40, 9 children: 1 male 0-5, 3 males 5-10, 2 males 10-15; 2 females 0-5, 1 female 5-10 yrs.
Living nearby: Jonathan D. Parker, 30-40; James Parker, 30-40; John Parker, Sr. 70-80; John Parker, Jr., 40-50

1840 Federal Census: Jasper County Mississippi
L.B.A. Parker, 40-50, and wife,30-40, 10 children: 2 males 0-5, 1 male 5-10, 2 males 15-20, 2 males 20-30, 2 females 5-10, 3 females 10-15.
Living nearby: John Parker, 40-50; William Parker, 30-40; James Parker, 20-30.

1850 Federal Census: Washington County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST    FIRST             AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
========================================================
81      Parker  Lewis B        51     M           NC
                Mary           48 (?) F           MS
                Elizabeth      21     F           MS
                Miranda        17     F           MS
                Martin         15     M           MS
                Warren         12     M           MS
                Thomas          7     M           MS
Littleberry Parker, Sr. held land patent for 320 acres in Sec. 20, T8N, R4W in Washington Co., AL. Paid for land on 9/16/1854, patented 1860.
Littleberry Parker
applied for and paid for 40 acres in Sec. 20, T8N, R4W; granted 11/15/1854.
1860 Federal Census: Washington County, Alabama
HN  FN  LAST    FIRST          AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
======================================================
260     Parker, Sr  Little B       62  M   Farmer  NC
                    Mary           36  F           MS
                    Thomas J       16  M           MS
Jones Co MS Land Record:
Littleberry Abington Parker and Mary homesteaded 80 acres in Jones Co., MS, Section 24, Twp 7N, R 12W
1870 Federal Census: Jones County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST       FIRST          AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
========================================================
52      Parker     Littleberry A  72  M   Farmer  NC
                   Mary           45  F           MS
        Robertson  Alfred         26  M   F Hand  AL
        Ethridge   Sarah          26  F           MS
1880 Federal Census: Hancock County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST    FIRST    AGE Sex Rel  Occup.  BIRTH
====================================================
18  18  Parker  L B A    82  M         Farmer  GA
                Mary     52  F   Wife          MS
                Sarah    22  F   Dau           MS
                William  11  M   Son           MS
                Derotha   8  F   G/Dau         MS
Marion Co MS Land Record.
1884, applying for homestead in 1890, 80 acres in Sec. 8, Twp. 2N, R15W

    3. Addison Parker

"P272 descends from Addison B. PARKER, born about 1818 in Mississippi. Addison married Mary (Polly) LEWIS, who was born about 1820 in Greene County Mississippi. They descend though Addison's son Little Berry Parker, born abt 1845 in Jasper County, Mississippi and died in 1941 in Franklinton, Louisiana. Current evidence suggests that Addison PARKER is a son of Littleberry Abbington PARKER, born 1798, and that Addison PARKER and Martin PARKER (ancestor of P290) were brothers."

Addison Parker is important to this research; as he too married a daughter of Walden Lewis. Addison is believed to be the son of LB Abbington. Circumstantial evidence comes from the couple naming the first two sons after his father, LB Abbington, and her father, Walden.

1850 Federal Census: Jasper County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST    FIRST          AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
=====================================================
45  48  Parker  Addison        30  M   Farmer  Miss
                Mary           25  F           Miss
                L B Abbington   6  M           Miss
                Walden          4  M           Miss
                Elizabeth       2  F           Miss
        Duprest Lucinda        10  F           Miss
1860 Federal Census: Wayne County, Mississippi
FN   LAST    FIRST            AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
====================================================
270  Parker  Addison          40  M           Miss
             Polly            34  F           "
             L. B.            14  M           "
             Baldwin (Walden) 12  M           "
             Elizabeth        11  F           "
             May               9  F           "
1860 Federal Census: Washington County, Alabama
FN   LAST    FIRST       AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
================================================
262  Parker  Addison     42  M   Farmer  Miss
             Mary        40  F           Miss
             Little B    14  M           Miss
             Walden      12  F           Miss
             Elizabeth   10  F           Miss
             E*ncy        8  F           Miss
             Miranda      4  F           Miss
             Albert G B   2  M           Miss
 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
 Mary PARKER    W  Female  W  54  MS  Keeping House  VA  
 A G PARKER   Son    Male  W  20  MS  Farm Labor  MS  MS
 W(alden) L PARKER    W  Male  W  32  MS  Farmer  MS  MS
 E E PARKER  Dau    Female  W  5  MS    MS  MS
 L B PARKER      Male  W  33  MS  Farmer  MS  MS
 Caroline Parker  Wife    Female  W  38  MS      
 Theodoria PARKER      Female  W  12  MS      
 Mary PARKER      Female  W  8  MS      
 Addison PARKER      Female  W  4  MS      
 Polly PARKER      Female  W  2  MS      
1900 Federal Census: Jones County, Mississippi
FN   LAST    FIRST             AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
=====================================================
27   Parker  Waltin L (Walden) 52  M   Farmer  MS
             Synthia           51  F           MS
             Polly             75  F           MS
             Richard           13  M           MS
             Addison B          8  M           MS
1860 Federal Census: Wayne County, Mississippi
FN   LAST    FIRST            AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
====================================================
59   Parker  Louis W (Walden) 62  M           MS
             Frank F          22  M           MS
             Addison B        14  M           MS
             Polley           89  F           MS

 

III. Census Research

Males Born
After
#   Females #  
21-60      

All

   
60+/21-      
Males Born
After
#   Females #  
18+      

All

 

 
17- 1778    
Males  Born
After
#  Females Born
After
#
45+   45+  
25-44 1755   25-44 1755
18-25 1775   18-25 1775
10-15 1785   10-15 1785
to-10 1790   to-10 1790  
Males  Born
After
#  Females Born
After
#
45+   45+  
25-44 1765 25-44 1765
16-25 1785 16-25 1785
10-15 1795 10-15 1795
to-10 1800 to-10 1800
Males Born After

#

L Females Born After # L
21+              
21- 1795       1795    
Males Born After

#

  Females Born After #  
45+       45+      
25-44 1775     25-44 1775    
18-25 1795     16-25 1795    
16-18 1802    
10-15 1805     10-15 1805    
to 10 1810     to 10 1810    
Males Born After #   Females Born After #  
100+       100+      
to 100 1730     to 100 1730    
to 90 1740     to 90 1740    
to 80 1750     to 80 1750    
to 70 1760     to 70 1760    
to 60 1770     to 60 1770    
to 50 1780     to 50 1780    
to 40 1790     to 40 1790    
to 30 1800     to 30 1800    
to 20 1810     to 20 1810    
to 15 1815     to 15 1815    
to 10 1820     to 10 1820    
to 5 1825     to 5 1825    
Males Born After

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Females Born After #
100+ 100+
to 100 1740 to 100 1740
to 90 1750 to 90 1750
to 80 1760 to 80 1760
to 70 1770 to 70 1770
to 60 1780 to 60 1780
to 50 1790 to 50 1790
to 40 1800 to 40 1800
to 30 1810 to 30 1810
to 20 1820 to 20 1820
to 15 1825 to 15 1825
to 10 1830 to 10 1830
to 5 1835 to 5 1835
1850 Federal Census: Jasper County, Mississippi
HN  FN  LAST    FIRST          AGE Sex Occup.  BIRTH
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45  48  Parker  Addison        30  M   Farmer  Miss
                Mary           25  F           Miss
                L B Abbington   6  M           Miss
                Walden          4  M           Miss
                Elizabeth       2  F           Miss
        Duprest Lucinda        10  F           Miss

 

Lewis Family History

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