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28) RICHARD PARKER (Img)

1630-1683 HENRICO CO.,
VA  (Physician) (10 GGF)
28a) ) Virginia Historical Magazine, "Virginia Gleanings in
England" -- commentary on James Fowler's will, pertaining to
Richard Parker and family The testator had evidently bought
 lands in Nansemond, as his name does not appear in the land
grants. Daniel Sullivan was clerk of Nansemond in 1702, &c.,
 and Burgess for the county in that year. He owned the land on
 which Suffolk was afterwards built. The fifty acres on which the
town was laid out belonged, in part, to Jethro Sumner in right of his
wife Margaret, one of the two sisters and co-heirs of Daniel Sullivan,
Jr., deceased, who was only son and heir of Daniel Sullivan, also
of Nansemond, deceased. (Hening, V, 242, 243) "Mr. Richard Parker"
patented 400 acres on the south branch of Nansemond River,
October 5, 1654; 300 acres on the north side of James River in
Henrico county, at the head of Four Mile Creek, October 28, [669;
314 acres in Surry county on Blackwater Swamp, December 20, 1670
 (due to him in part for coming twice to Virginia); 1oo acres in
Nansernond at Hood's Neck, February 24, 1675-6. On April 23, 1681,
Thomas, Richard and Francis Parker, the three sons of Richard Parker,
deceased, were granted 1,420 acres on the south branch of
Nansemond River, at Parker's Creek, &c., left them by their father's
 will. At the end of the century these three sons were living in
Nansemond county. See this Magazine, V, 444, 445. Some members
 of this family of Parker appear to have lived in Surry county. There
 is in Sussex county a deed reciting that Thomas Jarrell, of Isle of
 Wight county, by his will dated April 20, 1742, bequeathed a negro
woman to Thomas Parker, son of Richard Parker and Sarah, his wife,
who was daughter of said Jerrell, and said Richard Parker, by his will
dated January 20, 1750, and recorded in Surry, bequeathed the negro
 to his daughter Martha Parker. It seems certain that Richard Parker,
the patentee of 1654, was a son of James Parker of Trangoe,
Cornwall, who was descended from the ancient family of Parker of
 Browsholme. An account of this Cornish branch of the family was
 published in this Magazine, V, 442-443, and soon afterwards a
 descendant of the Nansemond Parkers wrote as follows: I am the
 son of Dr. Richard Henry Parker, died in Portsmouth, Va., 1855,
 who was the son of Willis Parker of South Quay, Nansemond or Isle
 of Wight county, who was magistrate of Nansemond in 18oo and whose
 wife was a Miss ---- Harrison, daughter of a Col. Henry Harrison
of Surry or Isle of Wight, who was a relative in some degree of
the ancestors of W. H. Harrison, who was President. Willis
was the son of a Richard Parker who was the son of another Richard
Parker and the same from father to son back to the Dr. Richard
Parker who came from England. it is possible that this Richard,
father of Willis, may have served in the Revolution and in the
North Carolina troops.
 28b) 1662. May 1 Will of John Rowen. ... Wit: Richard PARKER,
Wm Fisher, Margaret Crewes. Misc. Henrico
Court Records 1650-1807, Vol. I, p. 15. 1669. Oct. 28 Mr. Richard
PARKER, 350A., 3 R., 16P., Henrico Co., S.[N.?] side of James Riv.,
on the head of the 4 Mi. Cr., beg. at Harrowhaddox Path. Trans. of 7
pers. Virginia Land Patent Book, 6:279. 1674. Sept. 26 Nicho. PERKINS,
 537 acs., 3R., 20P., Henrico Co., N. side James Riv., adj. Richard
PARKE; Trans. of 11 pers. Virginia Land Patent Book, 6:530.
1707. Feb 8, recd 1 Mar 1707. Darby Enroughty, son of Darby
Enroughty of Henrico Co., dec'd of Henrico Parish, planter,
for 600 lbs tobacco, to John Pleasants of same, a tract of land
my mother now liveth on, on north side of James River on
south side of Four Mile Creek, bounded by Deep Bottom,
Nicholas PERKINS, Robert Sharp, 160 acres. Land was purchased
 of Robert Sharpe by my father 20 Dec. 1686. Wit: John (I)
Gyles, Robert (RG) Green. Signed: Darby Enroughty. Henrico
Co, VA Wills & Deeds 1706-1709, p. 79. 1709. Sept 1, recd 1 Sept
1709. John Pledge of Henrico Co., planter, for £25, to Nicholas
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 PERKINS, Sr., planter, of same, land in Henrico Parish on north
 side of James River up Four Mile Creek, adjoining said PERKINS'
land and John Cannon, 100 acres, 50 of which descended to me
 as heir of my late father John Pledge, dec'd, and other 50 purchased
 of said Cannon. Wit: Wm Frogmorton, Nowell Burton, John
Pleasants. Signed: John Pledge. Dorothy, wife of Pledge, relq her
 dower right. Deed of livery witnessed by Wm Frogmorton, Nowell
 Burton, Abraham Childres and Peter (+) Baize. Henrico Co,
VA Wills & Deeds 1706-1709, p. 181. 1730. Sept 7, Recd 1st Mon.
 Sept. Abraham PERKINS of St. James Parish, Goochland Co., to
 Joseph Woodson of County & Parish of Henrico, for £32, land on
 north side of James River on upper side of Four Mile Creek, bounded
 as by a deed from John Cannon to Nicholas PERKINS, and another
 from John Pledge to Nicholas PERKINS, 200 acres. Wit: Amos (X) Ladd,
John Burton, Charles Griffith. Signed Abraham (X) Perkins. Henrico Co,
VA Wills & Deeds 1725-1737, p. 281. 1632. June 20 William Dawkes,
 Planter, 250 acs. in the upper part neare the Neck of land commonly
 called Verinas, butting E. upon 2 Mi Cr., W. towards land of
Thomas PARKER ... Virginia Land Patent Book, 1:107. 1632. Sept
. 7 William Dawkes, of Verinas, within the Corp. of Chas. Citty,
Planter, ... 200 acs. within sd. Corp., Ely. upon 2 mi. Cr., W towards
 land of Thomas PARKER ... Virginia Land Patent Book, 1:114.
 1632/3. Mar. 15 William Dawkes, of Verinas within the Corp. of Chas.
Citty, Planter, 50 acs., within sd. Corp., W. towards land of Thomas
PARKER ... Virginia Land Patent Book, 1:138. 1633. 21 Mar
John Ward, Planter of Verinas, 25 acs. E. upon his own land, W.
towards land of Thomas PARKER ... Virginia Land Patent Book,
 1:146. 1635. 12 Feb Elizabeth PARKER, Widdowe, 100 acs. in
 Varinaes, Henricoe Co., Between land granted to William Dawkes
 on the E. & the Gleab land on the W., abutting on the Long field
towards the maine river, Sly. Nly. into the woods & S.W. adj. (land)
in the tenure of the sd. Elizabeth. 100 acs. in the right of her first
 husband William Sharpe, an Ancient Planter in the time of Sir
Thomas Dale, & 100 acs. for trans of 2 servts. ... Virginia Land
Patent Book, 1:330. 1636. July 12 Elizabeth PARKER, Widdowe,
500 acs. Henrico Co., Between Curles & Varinaes, S. upon the
 maine river, E. upon 4 Mi. Cr., W. towards the 3 Mi. Cr. & N. into
 the woods. Due in the right of her late husband Serjeant William
Sharpe, whoe, as by certificate from the Ct. of Henrico dated 25 Apr.
 1636, transported 9 servants & 2 Negroes: ... Virginia Land Patent
 Book, 1:373. 1637. Aug. 17 Elizabeth PARKER, Widdowe, 950 acs.
 Henrico Co., E. upon 4 Mi. Cr., W. upon land of Seth WARD, S upon the
 river & N into the woods. Due in right of her late husband Serjant
 William Sharpe, & Thomas PARKER, whoe at their own costs &
charges trans. 19 pers. ... Virginia Land Patent Book, 1:454. 1684.
 dated 1 Apr, recd. 1 Apr. Edward Hatcher of Henrico to Thomas
Jarvis of Kiquotan in Elizabeth City Co, Gent. who m. relict of
 Nathaniel Bacon decd 50a in Varina Parish, next to land formerly
 belonging to widow PARKER and now in occupation of
Will Byrd, Esq., part of 200a formerly belonging to Will Danks,
purchased by Will Hatcher, Jr.
 and Hen. Hatcher of Robert Bullington and Hen. Rowing
and Alee his wife in two deeds dated 1 Feb. 1661,
and by Hen. Hatcher, the survivor of the joint purchasers, sold
to said Edward Hatcher 20 Aug. 1667. Wit Hen. Randolph,
Wm Hatcher. Henrico Co, VA Wills & Deeds
1677-1692, p. 269. 1692/3. Feb. 13, Recd. 17 Apr. 1693. Robert
Sharp of County & Parish of Henrico, to John Baugh of Bristol Parish,
Henrico Co.; witness that Elizabeth Baugh, alias PACKER,
alias SHARP, died by will recorded in Henrico Co. 1 Feb. 1650
give to her dau Dorothy PACKER all land she bought of John
Baugh, commonly called "Peircyes Toyl", ... and by right devised
by Dorothy PACKER, now dec'd, sister to John Baugh above
by the mother's side ... Now said Robert Sharp, grandson and heir
of said Elizabeth, for £20 released to said John Baugh all the above
lands ...Wit: Henry Randolph, James Baugh. Signed Rob (RS) Sharp.
Katherine, wife of Robert, relq. her dower right. Henrico Co, VA
Wills & Deeds 1688-1697, p. 389
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28c) From the Virginia History Magazine, vol 5 #3, Jan 1898.
"The following extract from an old common-place book now at
Browsholme, the old home of the Parker family in Yorkshire, may
interest some of that name now in Virginia. Major John Parker of
 Browsholme, near Clitheroe, England, a distinguished retired
officer of the British Army, has kindly sent it to us. We append
 a good deal of information as to the Virginia Parkers, and will
be glad to receive additional notes," said the editors. Unfortunately,
 the copy at the NY Public Library is so fragile that photocopying is
 not permitted, and I have only copied the line, not the VA notes.
Those are land entries for Parker names from the mid-1600s to
 early 1700s. Other researchers have found many county records;
I'm working on the same and will post them as found. Also looking
for parish records to confirm or correct what is here, but in the
 meantime, share this old article as a guide to Parker research
28d) A second race-course in Henrico county was situated at Varina,
and here races seem to have been run at regular intervals. Among
 those taking place on this course was one between the horses of the
 younger Thomas Batte and Richard Parker. The stake consisted
 of one hundred pounds of tobacco, but the fairness of the race was
 disputed by Batte because, as he asserted, Parker's mare had
 crossed in front of his horse and so thwarted his progress in the race
 as to prevent his coming in ahead. When the point was submitted
 to the county court, that body found that the only satisfactory
 way of settling the difficulty was to order that a new heat between
 the mare and horse should take place on exactly the same course.
 The justices, it seems, held their sessions at Varina, and it is quite
 probable that they attended the second race in a body. Whether
 they did or not, however, their decision was, no doubt, regarded
 with great popular favor as affording a second opportunity of enjoying
the most exciting of all Virginian pastimes, a horse race. [Henrico County
 Minute Book, 1682-1701, p. 242, Va. St. Libr.] Philip Alexander Bruce,
 Social Life of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century, (Richmond, VA:
1907, reprint Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1995), p. 206. 1681. Dec. 29
 Will of John Ballard. To Richard PARKER, all of my estate after
debts paid. To God-daughter Sarah Perkins, dau of Nicholas Perkins,
a cow calf. To God-daughter Jane Whitly, dau of William Whitly,
a cow calf. Richard PARKER, sole executor. Wit: James
Morrice, Robert Sharp, William Peirce. Recd. 1 Feb. 1691.
Henrico Co, VA Wills & Deeds Book #3
 1688-1697, p. 269. 1682. Court Henrico primo die ffeby 1682. An
 Indian boy named Dick (who came in amongst the English before
 the last act of Assembly) belonging Richd PARKER and was
by him brought to this Wor:ll Court is adjudged six yeares of
age. Henrico County Record Book No. 2, 1678-1693
[Orders & Wills], p. 135, transcribed by Julia
 M. Case. Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, (February 1992) 30:25.
1687. Apr. 20 Mr. Samuell Bridgwater, 404 acrs, Henrico Co., Virina
 Par: N. side of James Riv., 20 Apr. 1687, adj. line of Esqr. Place. Trans.
 of 9 pers:... Virginia Land Patent Book, 7:560. 1689. 1 Apr Richard
 PARKER for love and affection to John Cannon, son of John Cannon
 and Esther his wife, 1 cow calf, being now in possession of his father.
 Wit: Hen. Randolph, Fran. (X) Cater. Signed: Rich'd (RP) PARKER.
Recd. 1 Apr 1689. Henrico Co, VA Wills & Deeds Book #3
1688-1697, p. 41. 1690. Apr 1 Samuel Bridgwater of Varina
Parish, Henrico Co, carpenter, for 3000 lbs tobacco, to
Richard PARKER of same planter, all my plantation
 in Varina Parish granted to me by patent 20 Apr 1687, 404 acrs, next
 to land late belonging to Rowland Place. Wit: Sam. Knibb, Theodorick
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Blande. Signed: Samuell Bridgwater. Recd. 1 Apr 1690. Henrico Co, VA
 Wills & Deeds Book #3 1688-1697, p. 117 1690. Jun 2 Frances,
wife of Samuel Bridgwater, relq. dower right in land sold by her
 husband to Richard PARKER. Henrico Co, VA Wills & Deeds Book
 #3 1688-1697, p. 126. 1691 Feb [p.402] Order for Probate of the last
 Will & testament of John Ballard dec'd was this day granted unto Mr.
 Richd PARKER the Executor therein named the same being prov'd
 in open Court by the Oaths of James MORRIS & Rob:t SHARP,
two of the subscribed Wittnesses. John CANNON in open Court
enters himself security for Richd PARKER his due prformance of the
 last will of John Ballard dec'd. Henrico County Record Book
No. 2, 1678-1693 [Orders & Wills], by Julia M. Case, Magazine
of Virginia Geneaogy, (May 1995) 33:128. 1692. 16 May, The
Exec:x of John Credsy dec's is Order'd at ye next Court to put
 in dsecurity for prformance of ye sd deced:ts Will. [Marginal Note:
Rich:d Parker, Rich:d Robins sec'y. 1692. June Jury: includes Mr.
 Rich:d Parker 1692. 12 Oct, Rich:d PARKER having Enter'd
an Accon ag:t Will Dickenson to this Court but neither part
 appearing the same is therefore dismiss'd wth Costs. 1692. [?]Jury:
 includes Rich:d Parker Henrico County Record Book No. 2,
1678-1693 [Orders & Wills], by Julia M. Case, Magazine of Virginia
 Geneaogy, (Fall 1995) 33:285, 290, 295, 300. 1696. 1 Feb, recd.
 1 Feb., Richard PARKER of Henrico, planter, for 4500 lbs tobacco,
 to William Soane, land in same parish granted to Samuel Bridgwater
 and sold to me, 404a bounded by land patented to Rowland Place,
 Esq. Wit: Tho. PARKER, John Davis, George Cox. Signed Richard
PARKER. Elizabeth, wife of Richard, rel. dower. Henrico Co, VA
 Wills & Deeds Book #3 1688-1697, p. 675. 1702. Inventory of John
 Feild. Appraised by Henry Brasie, Richard PARKER, John
Burgany, Thomas Cardwell. Recd. 1 Apr. 1702. Presented in court
 by Ann Field, relict of John. Henrico Co, VA Wills & Deeds Book
1697-1704, p. 270. 1703. Nov. 1, recd 1 Nov 1703. Nicholas
 Perkins, Sr. of Henrico Co., planter, for love & affection to
my son Constantine Perkins, 100 acrs on north side of James
River, that I purchased of John Davis. Wit: Jacob Ware, All.
Clerke, Rich'd PARKER. Signed Nicholas (N) Perkins.
Henrico Co, VA Wills & Deeds Book 1697-1704, p. 349. 1704. Rent
Roll. Henrico Co, VA: William PARKER 100a, Nich senr
PARKER 500A. Charles City Co, VA: James PARKER
160a, Thomas PARKER 1667a. Smith, The Quit Rents of
Virginia 1704, p. 68. 1710. Apr 2, recd 1 Jun 1710. John
Woodson of Henrico Co., merchant, to Richard PARKER of the
same, planter, 3600 lbs tobacco, 120 acres at place called Half Sink,
bounded by land formerly belonging to widow Izard and Beachen
Run. Wit: Ed Well, Thomas (T) Owen, William (W) Turner.
Signed: John Woodson. Judith, wife of Woodson, relq her dower
 right. Henrico Co, VA Wills & Deeds Book 1710-1714, p. 5. 1714.
 Feb 7, recd 7 Feb 1714. John Woodson of Henrico Co., for 1700 lbs
 tobacco, to Richard PARKER of same, land on south side of
Chickahominy Swamp near Half Sink, part of a greater tract
 granted to said Woodson by patent, bounded by Daniel Fitzpatrick,
 said PARKER, Beachen Run, William Hopson and Turners Run,
200 acres. Wit: Thomas Pleasants, Alex'r Cock, John Woodson,
Jr. Signed: John Woodson. Henrico Co, VA Will & Deed Book
 1714-1718, p. 13. 1715. Mar 16, recd 4 April 1715 Will of Benjamin
Watson of Henrico Parish, son John, dau Judah, bro John, bro in law
 William Allen, wife Aggy. Wit: Richard PARKER, John Watson,
 Elizabeth ATKISSON. Henrico Co, VA Wills & Deeds 1714-1718,
 p. 17. 1716. Recd 7 Jan 1716. Thomas Pleasants, son of John
 Pleasants, dec'd of County & Parish of Henrico, to Obadiah Smith
 of same, for £200, land on north side of James River on south side
 of Chickahominy Swamp, being plantation where Richard PARKER
 formerly dwelt, and where said Obadiah dwells, 300 acres. Wit: Tho.
 (T) Harwood, John Watson, Will'm (W) Edwards, Tarlton Woodson.
Signed: Thomas Pleasants. Henrico Co, VA Will & Deed Book
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1714-1718, p. 134. 1716/7. dated 7 Jan, recd 7 Jan 1716/7. Richard
PARKER of County & Parish of Henrico, for love & affection to my
daughter Elizabeth wife of William ATKINSON, a tract of land next
to Daniel Patricks's land bought of John Woodson, the land I gave my
daughter Mary, wife of Lewis JENKINS, and John Woodson, 150
acres. Wit: John Woodson, Thomas (I) Owen. Signed Richard
 (RP) PARKER. Elizabeth, wife of PARKER, relq her dower right.
Henrico Co, VA Will & Deed Book 1714-1718, p. 143. 1716/7. dated
 7 Jan, recd 7 Jan 1716/7. Richard PARKER of County & Parish of
Henrico, for love & affection to my daughter Anne wife of James
DANIEL, land called Beachen Run, bounded by Lewises branch,
 100 acres. Wit: John Woodson, Thomas (I) Owen. Signed Richard
 (RP) PARKER. Elizabeth, wife of PARKER, relq her dower right.
Henrico Co, VA Will & Deed Book 1714-1718, p. 144. 1716/7. dated
7 Jan, recd 7 Jan 1716/7. Richard PARKER of Henrico Co., for love
 & affection to my daughter Mary wife of Lewis JENKINS, part of a
tract I bought of John Woodson, on Lewises branch, 100 acres. Wit:
 John Woodson, Thomas (I) Owen. Signed Richard (RP) PARKER.
 Elizabeth, wife of PARKER, relq her dower right. Henrico Co, VA Will
& Deed Book 1714-1718, p. 145. 1723. Will of Joseph Watkins
presented by Anne Watkins, his executrix, and proved by Mathew
Taylor, a witness; Richard PARKER and Robert Moseby, Security.
Henrico Co, VA Minute Book 1719-1724, p. 286. 1726/7.
dated 27 Feb, recd 6 Mar 1726/7 Will of Richard PARKER, Wife
Mitha, daus: Ann wife of James DANIEL, Elizabeth wife of William
ATKINSON, Mary wife of Lewis JINKINS, Son: Richard and he to
be executor. Wit: Thomas Owen, Robert Woodson Jr. Henrico Co,
VA Wills & Deeds 1725-1737, p. 89. 1729. Mar 5 Francis Wilkinson
 of St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co., to John Law of Henrico Co., for
 £8, all tract that Richard PARKER sold to said Wilkinson at haead
 of Turners Run,, next of Robert Morgan, William ADKINS and Lewis
 GINGINS, 100 acres. Wit: John Bacon, John PARKE, Nath'l Bacon.
 Signed: Francis (I) Wilkinson, Mary (W) Wilkinson. Recd 1st Mon. May
 1729. Mary, wife of Francis , relq her dower right. Henrico Co, VA Will
& Deed Book 1725-1737, p. 232. 1729. May Court. Warham Easly
 is appointed Surveyor of the Road from Richard PARKERs on
 Letalious Creek the best way down to the Manakin Town road ...
Goochland Co, VA Order Book, 1:99. 1730. Dec. 11 Nathaniel
 Maxe, 400 acs. (N.L.), Goochland Co., N. side of Appamattock
 Riv.; Adj. Phillip Thomas, on E. side of Old Licking Hole Br.,
 parting Thomas & Richard Williamson, John Owens, Richard
PARKER & Col. William Randolph's line. Virginia Land Patent
Book, 14:45. 1730. Sept. 28 Hutchinson Burton, 400 acs., (N.L.),
Goochland Co., on N. side of Appamattox Riv., adj. Frederick Cox,
John Owen & Richard PARKER. Virginia Land Patent Book,
14:49. 1730/1. Will of John Burgaine ... son William, dau Judith
Burgaine ... Dated 8 Jan. 1730 Wit: Richard PARKER, Myra (M)
 PARKER. Recd 10 Mar 1730/1. Goochland Co, VA Deeds & Wills
 1728-1734, p. 234. 1731. Inventory of John Burganin, dec'd taken by
William Moseley, Richard PARKER, Georg Stovall, presented by
 Elizabeth Burgainy and recd 15 Jun 1731. Goochland Co, VA
Deeds & Wills 1728-1734, p. 262. 1731. Deed 17 Aug, John Owen to
James Cocke, 2 tracts of land on north side of James River, parts of
 Henry Gill's patent of 1714 for 500 acres ... Wit: Wm Womack,
Richard PARKER. Recd 17 Aug. 1731. Sarah wife of John relq. dower
right. Goochland Co, VA Deeds & Wills 1728-1734, p. 274. 1732.
 Sept. 28 Henry Hatcher, 400 acs. (N.L.), Goochland Co., on N.
side of Appomatock Riv., adj. Richard PARKER & Burgany's land,
on br. of Deep Cr. Virginia Land Patent Book, 14:463. 1734. Mar.
 15 Appraisal of improvements on John Woodson's land at branch of Deep
Creek, called Watsons Creek. Signed: Richard PARKER, Joseph
Woodson, Anthony Hughes, Joell Chandler. Recd. 18 Mar. 1734.
Goochland Co, VA Deed Book #2, 1734-1736, p. 71. 1735. Deed 15
July. Robert Adams of Goochland Co., to William ADKINSON of
same, for £20, 200 acres on north side of James River on a branch
 of Licking Hole Creek, being part of a survey taken up by Rober
 Adams, the other part acknowledged to Michael Holland, bounded by
 Thomas Sanders, Francis Coley, Robert Adams and Michael Holland.
Wit: Thos. Sanders, Richard PARKER, Jno. Bowie. Recd. 15 July 1735.
Goochland Co, VA Deed Book #2, 1734-1736, p. 114. Deed 18 Nov.
1735 Henry Cary of Henrico Co., Gent., from Richard PARKER of
Goochland Co., planter, in consideration of one negro named Toney,
400 acres on south side of James River, bounded by Francis Epes and
Henry Hatcher. No witnesses. Signed: Richard PARKER. Recd. 20
Apr 1735. Judith, wife of Richard, relq. her dower right. Goochland Co,
VA Deed Book #2, 1734-1736, p. 204. 1746. Dec. 24 John PARKER to
William BEAL 200 acres on both sides Stoney Ck. granted to PARKER
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 by patent d. 25 Nov. 1743. Wit. William McNight, Solomon Organ,
 Nathaniel Chambers. R. 4 May 1747. 1746. Dec. 24 John PARKER to
Solomon Organ 104 acres on both sides of Stoney Ck. being granted to
John PARKER by patent 25 Nov. 1745. Wit: Willm. McNight, William
Beal, Nathaniel Chambers. R. 4 May 1747. Lunenburg County Deed
Book I:171, 174. Halifax Co., VA Colonial Poll and Tithables Lists,
1755-1780, Heritage Papers, Danielsville, GA 30633-9676. COLONIAL
 ELECTION LISTS FOUND AT THE END OF DEED BOOK 3. 1764
Poll Lists. Mr. Edward Booker's List: Rich'd Adkinson, Wm.
Adkinson Sr, Wm. Adkinson. 1765 Poll Lists. Mr. Edward Booker's
 List: Richard Atkinson, Wm. Adkinson. John Donilson's List: Wm.
 Adkerson, Rich'd Adkersson, Wm. Atkins. A pole taken for Thomas
 Green 17 July 1765: Edward Parker. 1768 Poll Lists. Col. Nathaniel
Terry's List: Danl. Parker, Ed. Parker, Rich'd Parker, Wm. Atkinson.
 Col. John Lewis' List: Dan'l. Parker, Edw'd Parker, Rich'd Parker,
Will Atkinson. Walter Cole's List: Edward Parker. Col. Robert
Wooding's List: Ed. Parker, Edwd. Parker. Nathaniel Terry's List:
Richard Parker Jr., Richard Parker, William Atkinson. Walter
 Cole's List: Edward Parker. 1769 Poll Lists. Isaac Coles' List:
Edward Parker. John Lewis' poles: Richard Parker, Richard Parker,
William Atherson. HALIFAX CO, VA COLONIAL TITHABLES
AND TAX LISTS, VSL Accession #21481. Undated: Edward
Parker, 400A, another undated list: Edward Parker, 400A.
Mathew Sims & his people [probably a road hands list.
people = slaves]: William Parker, Francis Parker, Edward
Parker & his people. A deviden list of hands: William Parker,
Francis Parker, Edward Parker & fellow. This is Mat Sims list.
[Most other names are "Owen."] 1755 List of Land Taxes and
 Negro[es] Returned by Robert King: Edward Parker 450 0 21
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