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yostah,'^ yohn,^ Uananiah,^ Thomas^), dau. of Elisha H. and

Charlotte (Skinner) Parker, was b. in S. Windsor, Ct., Dec.

8, 1836; m. in Hartford, Ct., Jan. 18, 1856, Samuel S. Case,

b. in Killingworth, Ct., March 9, 1827, son of Rev. William

Case. They removed in 1869, and reside at Oak Park, 111.



Their children were :

1. Mary Parker Case, b. in S. Windsor, April 26, 1857; ^'

Joel Gurley of Chicago, 111.

2. Fannie Antoinette Case, b. in S. Windsor, Jan. 12, 1859.

3. Nellie Maria Case, b. in S. Windsor, March 24, 1861 ; m.

Frank Durkee of Lake Geneva, Wis. Their children were :
I. Maurice Durkee, b. at Lake Geneva, March 24, 1884.
II. Margerie Durkee, b. at Lake Geneva, Aug. 9, 1886.

4. KiTTiE Ward Case, b. in S. Windsor, Feb. i, 1863 ; m. Chan-

ning Taylor of Chicago, 111. Their child was :

1. Ottilene Taylor, b. at Oak Park, 111., Nov. 17, 1886.

5. Ottilene Stoughton Case, b. at Oak Park, Dec. 9, 1873.

320. Emma Sarah Parker (Elisha;' EUsha,^ Joseph,^
Josiah,^ John,^ Hanamah,^ Thomas^), dau. of Elisha H. and
Charlotte (Skinner) Parker, was b. in S. Windsor, Jan. 4,
1843; m. in Hartford, Ct., July 16, 1869, Albert K. Fuller,
b. in Stafford, Ct., May 6, 1843, son of Robert S. and Hannah
(Bugbey) Fuller. They reside at Feeding Hills, Mass.,
where he was postmaster four years. He is a merchant.

Their children were :

1. Bertie E. Fuller, b. in Windsor, May 5, 1870 ; d. at Feeding

Hills, Mass., Feb. 29, 1S84.

2. Jennie Emma Fuller, b. in Windsor, May 18, 1874.

3. Albert Edward Fuller, b. in W. Hartford, Ct., Oct. 16,


321. Charles Elbridge Parker (Jonathan C.,t Elisha,^
Josef h^'^ Josiah,'' yohn,^^ Hananiak,^ Thomas^), son of Jona-
than Capin and Martha Ann (Briggs) Parker, was b. in
Stoughton, May 21, 1844; m. in Stoughton, July 14, 1867,
Harriet Abbie Minzy, b. in N. Bridgewater (now Brockton
Heights), July 14, 1849, ^^^' ^^ George W. (of Dorchester)
and Harriet (Lynnfield) Minzy (of E. Stoughton, now Avon).
Mr. Parker served an apprenticeship to the carpenter's trade,
which he learned, and became a cabinet maker. He entered
the service of the J.J. Phinney Counter Co. and has remained
with them 24 years, repairing and building machines. He
is one of the Stoughton Grenadiers. He is constable. He is
also connected with the Masonic and Odd Fellow fraternities.


Their children were :
Charles Everett Parker, b. In Stoughton, March 31, 1870; m.

July 26, 1892, Nellie Hallett Reynolds, dau. of George (of New

York city) and Ellen (Churchill) Reynolds (native of Stoughton).

They reside in Stoughton. He is a woodworker.
Etta Abbie Parker, b. in Stoughton, April 21, 1877.

322. Elisha Melville Parker (Jonathan C.,7 EHska,^
Josef h,^ Jostahy^ John,^ Hananmk,^ Thomas^), son of Jona-
than Capin and Martha Ann (Briggs) Parker, was b. in
Stoughton, April i8, 1848; m. March 31, 1869, Caroline
Frances Coots of Stoughton, b. in Dorchester, June 29, 1850,
dau. of William and Sarah (Dwinnel) Coots of Stoughton.
They reside in Stoughton, He is a storekeeper.

Their children were :
Melville Augustus Parker, b. June 24, 1870.
Carrie Mattie Parker, b. Feb. 25, 1885.

323. Hiram Chamberlain Parker ( Peter, ^ John,^
Peter, ^ John,^ John,^ Hanamah,^ Thomas^), son of Peter and
Emily (Chamberlain) Parker, was b. Oct. 5, 1833; m. Han-
nah Laurania Newton of Woodville, b. in Hopkinton, Feb. 16,
1845, dau. of Charles and Hannah M. Newton. They reside
near Woodville, Hopkinton.

Their children were :
Louis Frances Parker, b. in Hopkinton, April 21, 1861 ; d. 1863,

aged 17 months, 11 days.
Florence Gertrude Parker, b. in Hopkinton, June i, 1873.
Edwin Owen Parker, b. in Hopkinton, Aug. 16, 1875.
Charles Otis Parker, b. in Hopkinton, July 29, 1878.

324. Milton Bridges Parker ( Peter, ^ John,"^ Peter, ^
John,'' John,T> Hananiah,^ Thomas^), son of Peter and Emily
(Chamberlain) Parker, was b. in Hopkinton, Feb. 17, 1834;
m. in Hopkinton, Sept. 20, 1854, Harriet Jane Ward, b. in
Hopkinton, June 12, 1834, ^^^^- ^^ Sylvester and Cynthia
Ward. He d. May 9, 1863. She d. in Hopkinton, May 9,

Their children were :
430. Milton Augustus Parker, b. Sept. 2, 1855 ; m. Mae Hap-
good of Cambridge.


Mary A. Parker, b. March 30, 1857 ? "^^ "^ Framingham, 1873.
Frank A. Parker, b. Sept. 25, 1859 ; removed to Clyde, O., where

he m. Dec. 19, 1883, Flora Eva Stevenson, dau. of B. W. and

Elizabeth A. Stevenson. They reside in Clyde, O. Mr. Parker

is a farmer.
Emma Mehetable Parker, b. Nov. 13, 1861. She was adopted

when very young. Her name was thus changed. She is married.

325. Charles Fales Parker (John^i John,^ Petcr,^
yohn,'^ yoh7i,i Hananiah,^ Thomas^)^ son of Dea. John and
Mary Ann (Fales) Parker, was b. Aug. i, 1826; m. in Mil-
waukee, Wis., April 12, 1855, Julia A. Bingham of Milwaukee,
b. in Rochester, N. Y., March 5, 1834, dau. of John Bingham,
b. in Chesterfield, N. H., July i, 1790, and Lucy Gage, his
wife, b. in Norway, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1798. He is manager of
the Metal Last and Tree Co., 88 Lincoln Street, Boston.

Their children were :

Lucy Mary Parker, b. in Boston, Feb. 12, 1856; m. in Boston,
Feb. 7i 1877, Warren B. Hopkins, son of Samuel B. and Rebecca
Hopkins. They reside in Boston, where he is a wholesale cloth-
ing merchant on Summer Street. Children :
I. Anxie Louise Hopkins, b. in Boston, Jan. 21, 1878.
3. Ethel May Hopkins, b. in Boston, Oct. 31, 1881.
3. Alice Hopkins, b. in Boston, Oct. 9, 18S6.

LiLA Ann Parker, b. Nov. 6, 1857 ; m. in Maiden, Oct. 6, 1886,
Harry P. Ballard of Maiden (brother of Minnie Waters Ballard),
son of Capt. Henry A. and Lydia (Brown) Ballard of Maiden.
They reside in Maiden. Child :
I. Edith P. Ballard, b. in Maiden, Dec. 30, 1887.

Grace Louise Parker, b, Sept. 4, 1864; m. in Wollaston, Oct.
10, 188S, Frank E. Wallis, b. in Eastport, Me., June 14, 1862,
son of Richard C. and Sarah H. Wallis. They reside in Mont-
clair, N. J. Child :

1. Richard Parker Wallis, b. in Montclair, N. J., Aug. 31,


2. Charles P. Wallis, b. in Montclair. N. J., March 22, 1893.

326. John Henry Parker (John;< Johnfi Peter,^
'John,'' yo/ni,^ Hananiah,^ Thomas^), son of Dea. John and
Mary Ann (Fales) Parker, was b. Sept. 14, 1835 5 in- March
30, 1859, Annie E. Gilmore. They reside in Maiden. He


conducts the boot and shoe business of John H. Parker, 103
Bedford Street, Boston. He removed to Brookfield in 1861
and was during the time of the war superintendent of the
factory of the well known boot and shoe firm of Kimball, Rob-
inson & Co. He removed from Brookfield to Holliston in
1863, and from thence to Maiden in 1864. At this date he
became the partner with his brother in the firm of Charles F.
Parker &. Co., Boston. The name has since been changed
to John H. Parker & Co. He united in 1856 with the First
Baptist Church in Boston. He has ever since taken an active
part in religious work. He is also an active temperance
advocate and a public spirited citizen. He is superintendent
of the Sunday School in Maiden. He was warden nine years
and has been auditor of the Industrial Aid Society of Maiden
since its foundation 17 years ago.

Their children were :
Ellen Letitia Parker, b. May 21, i860 ; m. Oct., 1889, Benjamin

S. Cudworth of Maiden, son of Jesse Cudworth. They reside in

Melrose. Children :

1. Robert Parker Cudworth, b. Oct. 31, 1891.

2. Dorothea Cudworth, b. April 7, 1893.

431. John Freeman Parker, b. July 15, 1862; m. Minnie

Waters Ballard of Maiden.
Charles Lincoln Parker, b. April 12, 1865.
Anna Mabel Parker, b. May 26, 1870.
Mary Caroline Parker, b. March 19, 1872; m. Dec. 2, 1891,

Harry E. Converse of Maiden, son of Hon. E. S. Converse. They

i-eside in Maiden.
Harry Day Parker, b. Feb. 12, 1875.

327. Sarah Letitia Parker (John:' John,^ Peter, '^
John,'' yohn,^ Hananiah: Thoinas^), dau. of Dea. John and
Mary Ann (Fales) Parker, was b. Dec. 17, 1839; "^- O'^t.
28, 1858, Homer E. Sawyer of Bradford, Vt. He d. in New
Orleans, Oct. 12, 1867. She d. in Nerva, near Genoa, Italy,
Jan. 4, 1888, and was buried in Holliston. She was a talented
musician. She was a prominent singer. She secured the best
musical education that London and Paris could afford. She
sang at the Handel and Haydn Society in Boston and for 13
years at Dr. Webb's Congregational Church, Tremont Street,


Their children were :

1. Anna Belle Sawyer, b. Oct., 1863 ; d. Jan. 8, 1865.

2. Homer Eugene Sawyer, b. Aug. 8, 1866; m. Nov. 24, 1890,

Mary Buckley of Detroit, Mich. They reside in Maiden. He
is assistant superintendent in the Boston Rubber Co. Child :
I. Homer Eugene Sawyer, b. April 8, 1892.

328. Mary Jane Parker (yosiah,i John,^ Peter, ^
John,'^ 'John,T> Hananiah,'^ Thomas^), dau. of Josiah and
Caroline (Peck) Parker, was b. Jan. 19, 1836 ; m. Edgar N.
Lane. They reside in Stoughton.

Their children were :

1. Carrie P. Lane, b. Sept. 28, 1854; m. May 9, 1877, Frank

M. Packard of Brockton. Child :

I. Laila E. Packard, b. Sept. 13, 1S78.

2. Emory E. Lane, b. June 20, 1856; ni. Nov. 10, 1877, Mary J.

Howe of Randolph. They reside in Stoughton, Child :
I. Edward E. Lane, b. July 22, 1878.

3. George C. Lane, b. Jan. 15, i860.

4. Elmer E. Lane, b. Dec. 26, 1861 ; m. and resides in Stoughton.

5. Eliza N. Lane, b. June 12, 1867 ; d. young.

6. Alice N. Lane, b. Oct. 16, 1869; resides in Stoughton.

7. Bert L. Lane, b. Sept. 2, 1876.

329. Sylvanus H. Parker (Josiah,'' John,^ Peter,^
John,'' John,^ Hananiah,'^ Thomas^), son of Josiah and Caro-
line (Peck) Parker, was b. in Southborough, May 11, 1838;
m. April 20, 1859, Mary Etta Gates, b. in Stowe, April 9,
1840, dau. of Ephraim and Lydia (Wolcott) Gates. Mr.
Parker enlisted July 29, 1861, in the 13th Reg., from Marl-
borough, for three years. He was connected with the Army
of the Potomac, was in Slaughter Mountain and Second Bull
Run ; discharged for disability, but afterward re-enlisted in
1864 and was stationed at Baltimore for three months. He
resides in Marlborough.

Their children were :
Stephen Roland Parker, b. in Marlborough, July 9, i860 ; resides

in Marlborough.
Caroline Olivia Parker, b. in Stowe, Jan. 28, 1862 ; d. May 23,



Lizzie Frances Parker, b. in Marlborough, July 16, 1863; m.

Robert E. Toomes of Boylston.
Floria May Parker, b. in Berlin, Sept. 15, 1876.

330. Rosetta Francena Parker (Josiah,^ John,^

Petery' fohn,^ yohn,^ Hananiah^'^ Thomas^), dau. of Josiah
and Caroline (Peck) Parker, was b. in Ashland, June i6,
1845 ; m. in Fayville, Jan. 9, 1865, Walter Morris Flint, b. in
Lowell, Jan. i, 1833. They reside in Marlborough.
Their children, all b. in Marlborough, were :

1. Minnie Parker Flint, b. May 19, 1866.

2. Walter Morris Flint, b. June 26, 1872.

3. Arthur Francis Flint, b. Dec. 30, 1880.

331. John Francis Parker (Josiah,^ Jo hn, ^ Peter, z
yokn,^ yohn,i Hanatitak,'' Thomas^), son of Josiah and Caro-
line (Peck) Parker, was b. in Ashland, Aug. 20, 1849; '^•
in Westborough, Nov. 16, 1861, Mary E. Gassett. He d. in
Westborough. She m. again and resides in Winnemissett, Fla.

His children were :
Arthur L. Parker, b. Oct. 13, 1873 ; d. Aug. 28, 1874.
NoRMON Francis Parker, b. Aug. 18, 1875.

332. Ella Annette Parker (Josiah, 'J John,^ Peter,^
John,'' John,^ Hananiah,^ Thomas^), dau. of Josiah and Caro-
line (Peck) Parker, was b. in Ashland, Dec. 16, 1850 ; m. in
Ashland, Nov. 16, 1869, Edward- E. Leighton, b. in Mt.
Vernon, Me., May 13, 1847, son of Nathaniel and Mary
Leighton. They reside in Westborough. He is a carpenter.

Their children were :

1. Edward P. Leighton, b. in Ashland, Dec. i, 1870; m. and

has a dau. :

I. IvA B. Leighton, b. March 4, 1892.

2. Lester L. Leighton, b. in Mt. Vernon, Me., Nov. 7, 1872.

3. Daisy G. Leighton, b. in Southville, Feb. 21, 1881.

333. Ly Sander Presson Parker (Presson,i John,^
Peter, ^ John,'' John,^ Hanamah,^ Thomas^), son of Presson
and Mary (Newton) Parker, was b. in Worcester, Oct. 2,
1839. ^^ enlisted May 9, 1861, aged 21, in the volunteer
service of his country for three years. He served in Co. I,


13th Reg., Mass. Vols. He was promoted to corporal Nov.
I, 1862, and served as color guard until Feb. i, 1864, when
he was promoted to 3rd sergeant and soon after to ist sergeant.
He was ver}'^ actively engaged with his regiment. He was in
all the engagements in which his regiment figured up to June,
1864, when in the battle before Petersburgh he was wounded
in the hand by a bursting shell. He was taken prisoner at
Gettysburg, July i, 1863, but was paroled three days later.
During this period of service (May 9, 1861 — June, 1864) he
took part in 25 battles and skirmishes, among which were 12
important battles, viz. : Cedar Mountain, Second Bull Run,
Chatilly, Antietam, First and Second Fredericksburg, Chan-
cellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Spottsylvania, Cold Har-
bor and Petersburg. He was in City Point Hospital until
July 17, 1864, when he returned to his regiment. He was
discharged Aug. i, 1864. He m. Oct. 2, 1867, Eleanor
Wilkins, b. Feb. i, 1843, dau. of Louis and Phebe Wilkins
of Marlborough. They reside in Marlborough.
Their children were :

Gertrude Lillian Parker, b. March 35, and d. Oct. 2, 1871.
Presson Lewis Parker, b. Oct. 5, 1872.
George Everett Parker, b. Oct. 7, 1S77.
Ralph Albert Parker, b. June i, 1879.
LuLA Maud Parker, b. Jan. 14, 1882.

334. Peter Parker ( Peter, 1 Nathan,^ Peter, ^^ John,'^
'yohn,i Hananiah,^ Thomas^), son of Dr. Peter and Harriet
Colby (Webster) Parker, was b. in Washington, D. C, June
13, 1859; "^- ^" Washington, June 5, 1890, Fanny Stuart
Wilson, b. in Washington, Jan. 24, 1868, dau. of William
Van Syckle and Marie (Stuart) Wilson. He resides in Fram-

335. Charles Wallingford Parker (^C/2«r/^5, 7 Josiah,^
Peter, '= yohn,^ yohn.} Hananiah,^ Thomas^), son of Charles
and Mary Hildreth (Wallingford) Parker, was b. in Framing-
ham, Mass., June 27, 1831. His father's farm, where he
passed his boyhood, was the original Parker homestead of the
Framingham branch ; it was where John Parker, who came
from Lexington, settled, and the farm had been in the posses-


sion of the family for more than 150 years. He was educated
in the district school and Framingham Academy. At the age
of 16 he was employed in a small retail clothing store in
Worcester in which Addison Macullar and George B. Williams
were salesmen. Two years later Mr. Macullar opened a simi-
lar store on his own account, and Charles Parker went with
him as store boy, salesman and book-keeper, the only em-
ploye. In Feburary, 1852, the firm's name being Macullar
& Williams, they established a house in Boston for the manu-
facture of clothing for wholesale, retaining their Worcester
retail store, and Mr. Parker came to Boston as book-keeper
for the firm. After three removals the firm became located at
192 Washington Street, and at this time Mr. Parker was
admitted to the firm, the name being made Macullar, Williams
& Parker. In 1864 they removed to the present site, into a
new store built for them by the trustees of the Joshua Sears
estate. This was destroyed in the great fire of 1872, and the
present larger and finer structure was completed in 1874. -^^
J 880 their quarters were enlarged by the addition of the adjoin-
ing store, formerly occupied by Palmer & Bachelder. Mr.
Williams retired from the house in 1879 and the firm name be-
came Macullar, Parker & Company. Mr. Parker's business
connection with Mr. Macullar continued for over 45 years, and
their house has long occupied a foremost position in its special
line in New England. In February, 1893, this great store,
covering 11,000 fp:t of land, was purchased by Mr. Parker
for the continued use of his firm. He is much interested in
letters and art and has travelled extensively abroad. He was
m. in Chelsea, Nov. 30, 1854, to Mary Jane Schoff, b. in
Newburyport, Aug. 6, 1832, dau. of Charles E. and Ann
(Huse) Schoft\

Their children were :

Mary Parker, b. Aug. 26, 1S56.

Charles Schoff Parker, b. March 23, i860.

Herman Parker, b. Jan. 2, 1866; m. April 15, 1891, Lillian H.

Percival of Boston.
Allston Parker, b. June 20, 1869; d. Feb. 6, 1870.
Ross Parker, b. June 17, 1871.


Elizabeth Leman Parker (see page 303) ( Charles, 'i
yosiah,^ Petery> yohn,'^ yohn,^ Hanamak,^ Thomas^), dau. of
Charles and Mary Hildreth (Wallingford) Parker, was b. in
Framingham, July 4, 1835 '■ ^' June 2, 1859, Nathan Dyer
Robinson of Bridgewater. She d. in Roxbury, Nov. 8, 1885.

Their children were :

Harry Parker Robinson, b. June 22, 1861.

Edward Standish Robinson, b. Aug. 19, 1863.

Helen Wallingford Robinson, b. April 3, 1865 ; d. Dec. 15,

Nathan Stone Robinson, b. Nov. 28, 1866.
Channing Robinson, b. May 5, 1869.
Ethel Robinson, b. Jan. 13, 1873 ; d. Jan. 31, 1874.
Waldo Pierce Robinson, b. Feb. 18, 1875 ; d. Dec. 16, 1879.
Charles Edgar Robinson, b. March 5, 1876.
Elizabeth Dyer Robinson, b. March 31, 1884.

336. Edgar Parker (Charles.^ yosiah,^ Peter, ^ yohn,^
yohn,^ Hananiah,^ Thomas^), son of Charles and Mary Hil-
dreth (Wallingford) Parker, was b. in Framingham, June 7,
1840. He graduated from the Norwich Military University
in 1859, ^"^ ^^ M.D. from Harvard University in 1863. He
then entered the army as assistant surgeon in the 13th Mass.
Inf. He was taken prisoner twice and was severely wounded
at the Battle of Gettysburg. He was in practice at Saxonville,
Mass., 1866-70. He relinquished the practice of medicine in
1870 and adopted portrait painting as a profession, in which
he achieved great success and a world-renowned reputation.
Edgar Parker was a man of marked and general ability.
He continued in his profession as an Artist, at his studio on
Washington Street, Boston, returning daily to his home in
Bridgewater, until he retired on account of his health, which
was in the service of his country so roughly exposed. The
painting of Charles Sumner which hangs in the State House
is one of his works. He m. Jan. 28, 1864, Frances Ames
Hyde of Bridgewater, dau. of Joseph A. Hyde. He d. in
Bridgewater, April 9, 1892.

Their child was :
Joseph Hyde Parker, b. Dec. 12, 1865 ; d. May 24, 1866.

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337. James Edward Parker (Edward C.,7 Artemas,^
Peter y> yohn,^ yohn,^ Hanaiiiah,^ Thomas^), son of Edward
C. and Mary (Leland) Parker, b. Feb. 19, 1834; "^- Nov. 6,
1855, Susan Mason, b. April 13, 1833, dau. of Oliver and
Maria Mason of Southbridge. He lived for 30 years in Fram-
ingham and Westborough, during which time he was in the
straw hat business and was a manufacturer of straw hats a
part of that time. He now resides in E. Holliston, where for
nine years he has been station agent and postmaster.

Their children were :

Bessie Maria Parker, b. in Westborough, Nov. 27, 1864.
Edward Oliver Parker, b. in Westborough, Oct. 23, 186S.

George Smith Parker (see page 305) (George S.,^
Artemas,^ Peter y> John,^ yokn,^ Uanantah,^ Thomas^ )^ son
of George S. and Mary A. (White) Parker, was b. in Albany,
N. Y., Oct. 2, 1832 ; m. in Framingham, Oct. 10, 1853, Mary
A. Skahal. He resides in W. Medway, Mass. They have
had seven children, of whom two are living:

I. George Henry Parker. 2. Eva L. Parker.

338. Melvina Parker (George 5. ,7 Artemas,^ Peter, ^
'John,'' yohn,^ Hananiah,^ Thomas^), dau. of George S. and
Mary Ann (White) Parker, was b. in Albany, N. Y., Dec.
9, 1834; "1- (i) ^'^ Medway, May 24, 1854, Alvin B. Batch-
elder; m. (2) William Batchelder, who is also deceased.

Children by her first marriage were :

1. Francis Batchelder. 2. Eliza J. Batchelder,

339. Eliza Jane V2iT\i^X ( George S.J Art emas,^ Peter, ^
'John,'' John,^ Hananiah,^ Thomas^), dau. of George S. and^
Mary Ann (White) Parker, was b. in Albany, N. Y., Feb.

2, 1837 : m. in Holliston, Aug. 15, 1852, Luther H. Turner,
b. in Dedham, Oct. 22, 1832, son of Sabin and Deborah
(Shephard) Turner. He was a ladies' hat bleacher. She
resides in Chicago, 111.

Their children were :

I. Herbert W. Turner, b. in Holliston, Oct. 5, 1858 ; m. Matilda


2. Nellie Louise Turner, b. in Holliston, April 13, 1861 ;


3. Arthur Warren Turner, b. in Holliston, May S, 1864;


4. Henry Luther Turner, b. in Holliston. Maicb 17, 1866; m.

Sophia Louise Kramer. Their child :

I. Matilda Magdelene Turner, b. Jan. 27, 1888.

5. Ernest Sabin Turner, b. in Chicago, 111., Feb. 20, 1S68;


6. Mabel Eliza Turner, b. in Chicago, Sept. i, 1870; deceased.

7. Frankie Turner, b. in Chicago, Maich 20, 1S73 ; deceased.

340. Charles Augustus Parker ( Georg-e S. ,t Artemas,^
Peter ^'^ yohn,^ yohn,^ Hananiah,^ Thomas^), son of George
S. and Mary Ann (White) Parker, was b. in Holliston, Aug.
15, 1844; m. in Ashland, Aug. 7, 1864, Eliza A. Pettiss, b.
in Sherborn, Nov., 1848, dau. of George E. and Sarah Pettiss.
She d. in Oct., 1880. Mr. Parker was a leather cutter in
Holliston. He enlisted for three years' service March i, 1862,
in the First Unattached Co., Mass. Heavy Artillery, in which
he served. He resides in Togus, Me.

Their children were :
Warren W. Parker, b. July 13, 1S67.
Alfred C. Parker, b. June 17, 1872.
Mabel Parker, b. Aug. 7, 1874.

341. Henry Emerson Pdiryier ( George S.,^ Artemas,^
Peter ,^ 'jfohn,'^ yohn,^ Hananiah^^ Thomas^), son of George
S. and Mary Ann (White) Parker, was b. in Holliston, Oct.
13, 1849; "^- ^'^ Woonsocket, R. L, May 22, 1870, Ellen E.
M. Jones, b. in Medway, Aug. 29, 1852, d. in Holliston, Sept.
I, 1880, dau. of Ellen M. and John Paul Jones. Mr. Parker
is overseer in a shoe factory in Medway.

Their children were :

Harrison Walter Parker, b. in Holliston, Feb. 11, 1871 ; m.
July 18, 1889, Nellie K. Ainslee, b. in Cohasset, Nov, 11, 1866,
dau. of Edward P. and Eleanor (Runey) Ainslee.

Bertha Ellen Parker, b. in Holliston, Oct. 10, 1874.

342. Althea Wheelock Parker (Curtis,"' Artemas,^
Peter, ^ John,'' John,^ Hananiah,^ Thomas^), dau. of Curtis
and Eliza Jane (Horton) Parker, was b. in Natick, Nov. 21,



1843 ; m. in Natick, Nov. 19, 1868, John Lovett Sanger,
native of Framingham, where his parents, Edwin and Harriet
(Boynton) Sanger, are still living. He is a descendant of
Richard Sanger, the emigrant ancestor of the name, who was
among the early settlers of Sudbury and Watertown. He is
in the shoe manufacturing business. They reside in Natick.
Their children were :

1. EsTELLE Sanger, b. and d. Oct. i. 1870.

2. Talbot Parker Sanger (adopted son), b. Oct. i, 1870; d.

July 24, 1871.

3. Herbert Boynton Sanger (adopted son), b. March 27, 1870.

4. Florence Virginia Sanger, b. July 16, and d, Dec. 8, 1872.

5. Edwin Townsend Sanger, b. Dec. 14, and d. Dec. 15, 1874.

343. Sumner Horton Parker ( Curtis, ^ Artemas,^
Peter, ^ John,'^ John,^ Hanmiiah,^ Thomas^), son of Curtis
and Eliza Jane (Horton) Parker, was b. in Natick, Jan. 7,
1848; m. Nov. 21, 1873, Emma Jane Fay, b. in Grafton,
Sept. 26, 1853, dau. of Wyman Fay. They lived in Natick.
He d. May 28, 1886.

Their children were :

Ethel Althea Parker, b. in Melrose, April 2, 1874.
Sumner Wyman Parker, b. Aug. 26, 1876.

344. Emma S. Parker ( James, ^ John,^ Philemon,^
Jonas,^ Andrezu,"* John,^ Hananiah,^ Thomas^ ), dau. of
James and Sophia (Hopkins) Parker, was b. in Chester, Vt.,
Aug. 17, 1851 ; m. Henr}'- Philips.

Their dau. was :
I. Belle Philips, b. Oct. 30, 187S.

345. Nellie L. Parker (Jatnes,^ John,'' Philemon,^
Jonas,^ Andrew,'^ John,^ Hananiah,^ Thomas^), dau. of James
and Sophia (Hopkins) Parker, was b. in Springfield, Vt.,
March 31, i860; m. Tyler Putnam.

Their children were :

1. Aden Putnam, b. June 28, 1875.

2. Solon Putnam, b. May, 1877.

3. Arthur Putnam, b. July, 1S79.

4. John Putnam, b. Feb. 22, 1885.


346. Lizzie A. Parker ( James, ^ John,^ Philemon,^
y anas y> Andrew,^ 'John,^ Hananiah,^ T/iomas^ ),da.u. of James
and Susan (Balch) Parker, wash. April 23, 1866; m. Gilford

Their dau. was :
I. Bertha Ellison, b. Jan. 8, 1887.

347. Fanny M. Parker (Amos £:.,^ Joscfh.i Amos,^
Amos,^ Andrezv,'^ John,^ Hananiah,'^ Thomas^), dau. of Amos
Earle and Matilda (Converse) Parker, was b. in Bakersfield,
Vt., May II, 1832; m. March 16, 1858, Ralph M. Blaisdell,
b. May 14, 1813, son of Daniel and Mary Blaisdell of N.
Cambridge, Vt. They reside in E. Fletcher, Vt.

Their son was :

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