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10:46pm 04-21-2012
Kathy Nederman
Harriet Cooper Parker was my grandmother's grandmother. I just learned about her and Azra today but know they are my ancestors. I only knew of Thomas Cooper Parker but not his siblings so it is quite interesting that my mother is named Mary Jane. If you want to contact me call 972-732-1990 - my work phone I rarely check email
2:26pm 10-17-2011
Hello Harold,

I am happy that you stumbled onto the website. The photos of my Great Aunt Opal (your grandmother) were taken when she lived in Marktown, East Chicago, IN along with my parents and Ruth and William McIntyre. She lived around the corner from us and we would visit her often.

Thanks for sharing the newspaper clippings. I will post them on the website soon. I did not know that Wilma and Opal McIntyre had a sister named Helen Marie.

Best Wishes,
3:22pm 10-14-2011
Harold Cody
Trolling for some info on my now deceased Grandmother, Opal Shevel, for my daughter's upcoming wedding and imagine my surprise to see pictures of her and my great grandparents (McIntyres) on this website.

Thanks for the work you've done on it.

As far as her end of the Driskell family, she married Harold Luther Cody, and had one daugher and three sons (Francis, Harold Lee, Dale, Robert). I can't put together many actual dates, so can't help much there.

She later remarried to Mr. Shevel (I can't remember his first name and am not at home to look it up), who passed away in the '60's.

She eventually moved briefly to El Paso, Texas, on the invitation of her son, and my father, Harold, where he had made his home after retiring from the US Army. She was later joined by daugher Francis and son Robert. When she passed away (in the 80's), they took her home to Indiana to be buried in the family plot. Francis moved back to Indiana and Robert moved to Florida, and I'm ashamed to say I have not kept in touch.

Keep up the good work on your site.
Harold Cody, Jr.
El Paso, TX
8:24am 05-14-2011
Hi Tom,

It is good to hear from you! My Mom said she was in touch with you. I am glad that you had a chance to take a look at the website. Please let me know if you have any more information or pictures you would like to include in the family tree.

Hey, thanks for the correction on your father's death. I mixed up his death date with his mom's. I have a copy of his obituary and I will post it in the future.

Take care,
2:38pm 05-12-2011
Thomas Parker
Hello Cindy I was looking at your Genealogy project and i saw that you have down that My dad William Edward Parker Died in 1956 He died in either 1958 or 1959 I was born in december of 57 and Lori my sister was born in 1959 after his death.

I really enjoyed looking at this project and very intrested in learning more about my family. Thanks Tom
11:32am 04-30-2011
Hi Everyone!

I just wanted to take a few moments to give you an update on my research. I am working on the main Parker family that came over to New England from Wiltshire, England in the 1600's. I am planning a trip to the Newberry Library in Chicago to look through many document so I could tie-up some loose ends in my research. I am dedicated to providing the most accurate research, so please be patient and check back to this site often.

I am, also, researching the Parker's of Chicago and the surrounding area. I just visited the Westchester Museum in Chesterton, Indiana which houses plat maps, Sanborn maps and such. The museum staff is very friendly and helpful. The Museum Researcher even gave me directions to my great-grandfather's farmhouse which is still standing!

Thank you all for your continued support!
10:29am 04-30-2011
I am currently working on the main Parker branch. I am tying-up loose ends and I should have something ready soon. The Parkers are a huge family and hopefully I will be able to give you some information in the near future. I will be working on Arza's and Harriet's children soon. Joseph, the oldest, settled in Colorado and Minnesota, so you might be descendent from this line.
10:22am 04-30-2011
Thank you, Susan, for your comments. It is nice to know that all my hard work is appreciated.
11:55am 04-26-2011
Hi, I have Parker's in my family they lived in Arkansas do not know if there is a connection.
3:36pm 02-06-2011
Hi Elizabeth,

I will post any info I find on Samual Baker's father on this website. I am about ready to post more Parker information soon. I just need to tie up some loose ends. Please stay tuned...
8:55am 02-06-2011
Richard Childress
Great site lots of work in the researxh

11:15am 12-15-2010
elizabeth colegrove
hi cindy..trying to find samual baker's fathers name...sam was born in 1810...says md..but I think it might have been whitesville ( which was md. back then )...sam married Lavinia Jones...can't iind out samual's father's name..stuck...lots of Baker's out there....appreciate any info...
7:49pm 09-17-2010
This is GREAT!! Keep up the good work. I can't wait to read more. Did you ever find Mamaw's Family Bible?
Mom's name was Barbara Jean and she was 2nd born. Uncle Red was the middle child. That's all I know except the Clymer part - so glad that turned out to be something!
Let me know when you have time to start on the Stepina's - they haven't lived in the US nearly as long - haha.
Thanks for all your hard work on our geneology.
7:30am 08-25-2010
In my last post I said I was working on the Driskell family tree. Well, I kinda got distracted with the Parker family. It is my mom's fault. She recently gave me additional information that I was able to finally connect with previous information. The Parkers proved to be very compelling. I hope you enjoy their story when it unfolds as much as I have in the telling of it.
3:10pm 06-18-2010
Hi Everyone,
I am just letting you know that I am currently working on the Driskell Family. This is such a busy time for me which means that I am not able to spend as much time researching as I would like. I recieved new information on the family that I need to sort out and verify before I can continue. Thanks for your patience.
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