Parker family.

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Family of John Parker, farmer, wheelwright, tax assessor, and militia captain; of Lexington, Mass.; commanded the Lexington Minutemen who fought the British during the first battle of the American Revolution. Family members moved from Reading. Mass., and settled in the south part of Lexington in 1712.

From the description of Parker family papers, 1633-1813. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 435447445

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creatorOf Parker family. Parker family papers, 1633-1813. Lexington Historical Society
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associatedWith Parker, Anna Stone, 1694-1760. person
associatedWith Parker, Hannaniah, ca. 1638-1723. person
associatedWith Parker, Isaac, b. 1763. person
associatedWith Parker, John, 1729-1775 person
correspondedWith Parker, John, b. 1761 person
associatedWith Parker, Josiah, 1694-1756 person
associatedWith Parker, Lydia Moore, 1731-1822. person
associatedWith Parker, Thomas, ca. 1609-1683 person
associatedWith United States. Continental Army. corporateBody
Place Name Admin Code Country
Massachusetts
Lexington (Mass.)
Lexington (Mass. : Town)
New York (State)--West Point
Massachusetts--Lexington
Reading (Mass.)
Massachusetts--Reading
Subject
Real property
Roads
Taxation
Agriculture
Business enterprises
Carriage industry
Decedents' estates
Fortification
Lexington, Battle of, Lexington, Mass., 1775
Occupation
Soldiers
Wheelwrights
Executors and administrators
Farmers
Farmers
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Family

Active 1633

Active 1813

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