NameElizabeth Carrell 61866,61867,61868,61893,61894,61873,61895
Birth1775, NC61896,61893,61894,61895
Census1800, Wilkes County, NC61895
Census1830, Clairborne County, TN61894
Census1850, Knox County, KY61893
Research
Bondsman & Witness: James Carrel, Isaac Walker, (w) Wm Johnson (S: Microfilm V131-59, NC County Vital Records; Marriage Bond Abstracts 1778-1868, 1, v. A-Z61897 (Relationship?)

Elizabeth Carrel, Female, Spouse: John Parker, Male; Bond Date: 9 Jan 1793; Bond # 000166833; Image #001330, Wilkes Co, Recd # 02 191; Bondsman: James Carrel; Isaac Walker; Witness: Wm Johnson61898 (Relationship?)
Spouses
Birth MemoSC? bet 1774-1790?
Census1790, Wilkes County, NC61872
Census1800, Wilkes County, NC61874
Undefined27 Jul 1801, Wilkes County, NC61878
Undefined Memowitness to a Deed by Mary Pary Parker to William Parker
Residence1810, NC61879
Reside Memoleft NC
Land Purchase12 Mar 1828, Whitley County, KY61880
Purchase Memo60 ac on Clear Fork River Land
Residence1830, Clairborne County, TN61881
Census1830, Clairborne County, TN61871
Residenceca 1833, Whitley County, KY61882
Residenceca 1840, Knox County, KY61883
Reside Memolived near here
Census1840, Augusta, Bracken County, KY61870
Census1850, Knox County, KY61869
Death1 Jan 1857, Whitley County, KY61884,61885,61886
Death Memoage of 85
Burialaft 1 Jan 1857, John Parker Cemetery, Whitley County, KY61887,61888
Burial Memoon a hill near Beck’s Creek
FatherJohn Parker (1720-1791)
MotherMary Ann Coons (~1740-)
Military
Fought in War of 1812 per his grandson Chrisman Harrison Parker and was at the Battle of New Orleans when the British General Packenham was killed.61889

Muster rolls of the soldiers of the War of 1812: detached from the Militia of NC in 1812 and 1814 record22722
Pg 92 New Hanover County: 41. John Parker
Pg 125 Mecklenburg County - First Regiment: 21. John Parkes, sen

US War of 1812 Service Records1452
John Parker, 1 Reg’t (McDonald’s) NC Mil.; Rank-Induction: 3 Lt; Rank - Discharge: Lt; Roll Box 159; Microfilm Publication: M602
John Parker, 5 Reg’t (McDonald’s) NC Mil.; Rank-Induction: Private; Rank - Discharge: Private; Roll Box 159; Microfilm Publication: M602
John Parker, 7 Reg’t (Pearson’s) NC Mil.; Rank-Induction: Private; Rank - Discharge: Private; Roll Box 159; Microfilm Publication: M602
John Parker, Capt Lanier’s Co, NC Militia; Rank-Induction: Private; Rank - Discharge: Private; Roll Box 159; Microfilm Publication: M602
John F. Parker, 1 Reg’t Light Dragoons (Simrall’s) KY Vols.; Rank-Induction: Private; Rank - Discharge: Private; Roll Box 159; Microfilm Publication: M602
John Parker, 1 Reg’t (Trotter, Jr.’s) Mounted, KY Vols; Rank-Induction: Private; Rank - Discharge: Private; Roll Box 159; Microfilm Publication: M602
Research
1800NCWilkes Image37of49 Pg 58 Parker, John 2M <10, 7M 16-26, 1F 16-2661890 (Other 6 Males 16-26, could they be his brothers?)

1830KYHopkinsNotStatedImage57of64 John Parker 1M 50-60, 1F 30-4061891 (Him?)
Same Pg - William Parker 2M 10-15, 1M 16-20, 1M 40-50, 3F <10, 2F 5-10, 1F 30-40 (Relationship?)

1840KYBrackenAugustaImage3of8 John Parker 1M <5, 1M 60-70, 1F <5, 2F 30-4061892 (Who is Male <5? Grandson?)
Marriage9 Jan 1793, Wilkes County, NC61866,61867,61899,61900,61873
Marr MemoBond; Bondsman: James Carrel; Isaac Walker; Witness: William Johnson
ChildrenLuke (1793->1850)
 Jesse (~1795-)
 John G. (1801-1873)
 Sampson (1804-1886)
 Hiley M. A. (1804-1850)
 Uriah (1805-)
 James Pryor (1806-~1893)
 Jane (1810-1887)
 William (1813-)
Last Modified 19 Oct 2015Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore