Parkman Coat-of-Arms, The Diary of Rev. Ebenezer Parkman Westborough, MA on Google Books & Amazon – University Press of Virginia (book)

April 12, 2020

Elias Parkman, American Progenitor’s Pedigree Chart and Family Groups link:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=oldmankew&id=I25537/a>

Find inside this searchable Parkman Genealogy blog the following: 291 Immigrants to America, 49 Mayflower Pilgrims, 26 American Revolution & War of 1812 Veterans, all 20 of the early Settlers of Nantucket, 19 Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor, Joseph Smith – Mormon founder, Medici Popes, European Royalty back to 602 A.D. Charlamagne (including Queen Elizabeth, Princess Diana, Prince William & Harry) , Winston Churchill, Alamo patriot, US Presidents Coolidge, Grant, Roosevelt(s), Nixon, Ford & Bush(s), US VP John C. Calhoun, Ambassador Benjamin Franklin & Gov. John Hancock (signers of The Declaration of Independence), Ralph Waldo Emerson, Colonel Robert Gould Shaw & Civil War Veterans, Underground Railroad, Reverends, Governors, Civil Rights leaders, Groton School, Harvard President, founders of New England towns Nantucket, Salem, Westborough, Plymouth, Concord, Duxbury, Dorchester & Boston MA, Windsor, Hartford, Killingworth, & Milford CT, Westmoreland NY, Gouldsboro ME, Newark NJ  , Parkman, Ohio & Parkman, Maine (40,000 acres each) , Parkman, Wyoming, Parkman, Canada, pioneers, authors and commissioned a Gilbert Stuart painting of George Washington, Sargeant painting of Peter Faneuil & a bronze church bell cast by Paul Revere, the Parkman Houses, Parkman Bandstand, Parkman Wren, Parkman Lily, Parkman Crab Apple, Parkman Plaza, Parkman Prize, Parkman US postage stamp, Parkman Mountain, Parkman parks, Parkman schools & 56,000 ancestors on Ancestry.com : partial surname list:

Parkman, Coffin, Adams, Brownlee, Breck, Keinadt / Coiner, Da/erst, Angi, Kordos, Walbridge, Clap(p), Barger, Wine, Kagey, Heizer, Howe, Trask, Hull, Grant, Grey, Wheeler, Turney, Brigham, Rogers, Mather, Holcomb, Ferguson, Eno / Hennot, Belcher, Greenleaf , Butler , Gerrish , Lowell , Pierce , Oliver , Folger , Franklin , Gardner , Starbuck , Morrell , Swain , Bunker , Look , Macy , Hussey , Bachiler , Connaught , Wing , Coleman, Coolidge, Olivier, Barron, Bradford, Putnam, Calhoun, Jarvis, Evelyth, Conant, Cushman, Maverick, Brewster, Collier, Parke, Warren, Cooke, Pratt, Priest, Godbertson, Coombs, Lothrop, Fuller, Churchman, Snow, Hopkins, Whelden, White, Winslow, Allerton, Howland, Tilley, Samson, Cooper, Alden, Mullins, Chilton, Fuller, Rogers, Barry, Birge, Bissell, Gaylord, Chappell, Dibble, Filley, Ford, Holmes, Loomis, Treat, Merwin, Clarke, Newberry, Russell, Thrall, Pinney, Griswold, Phelps, Pond, Linsley, Porter,

http://www.ParkmanGenealogy.wordpress.com

http://www.ParkmanReunions.wordpress.com

Here are two searchable Parkman Genealogy GEDCOM / PAF link with 56,000 Parkman Ancestors databases:

https://trees.ancestry.com/tree/103040045/person/290024880361/family

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027883&familyTreeID=2

 

Here is the world’s largest searchable website for graves, Find a grave:

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/184477031/thomas-parkman

 

Elias Parkman Feb 1640 original Windsor, CT land record (left) & same record transcribed in 1722 by Timothy Loomis Windsor Town Clerk.


Circa 1730

http://books.google.com/books?id=LPYBArsF7dYC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q=&f=false

http://books.google.com/books?id=LPYBArsF7dYC



Mr. Arthur B. Denny, of Chestnut Hill,
made the copies of Madam Parkman and of the Parkman Coat-of.
Arms — the latter from a water-color illumination which formerly
adorned the walls of the Westborough parsonage.

Parkman parsonage Westborough: 

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044024077927;view=1up;seq=27

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Daniel M. Parkman, Sr. – Toys & Travels

December 27, 2019
 Daniel M. Parkman, Sr.’s BIO links:
 Queen Airplane Dennis Weaver former owner
Queen Airplane previously owned by actor Dennis Weaver. Flights included to Atlanta, Ocala & Freeport Grand Bahamas auction.
Antique 1972 Coronado Sailboat 27'.jpg
My antique Coronado Sailboat 1972 27′
1958 Mercedes Convertible 190SL with factory aluminum body @ The Alabama band’s headquarters Fort Payne, AL
1986 Honda Goldwing 1200cc.jpg
1986 Honda Gold Wing Aspencade I drove from Gadsden, AL to Bike Week Daytona Beach, FL. Was on my way from Palm Beach to Orlando on the FL Turnpike when a Porsche zips by me doing 100 mph+, so of course I tailed him all the way there.
1971 Honda 500Four windjammer.JPG
I painted my bike all black and added a windjammer and sissy bar that I drove with a 19 inch color tv from Des Moines, IA to Palm Beach, FL. Had a front flat tire on I-95 near Boca Raton, FL. Sold bike in 1982 and did not buy another until Honda Gold Wing.
1978 Kawasaki KZ400 with small fairing had a rear flat tire in Boynton Beach, FL.
1972 porsche 914
1972 Porsche 914 – after working all summer in construction as land surveyor and nights  @ Pizza Hut as Assistant Manager I ended up buying my first Porsche. It was a fun car with targa top removable roof & retractable head lights. Fuel tank in front. Four cylinder engine in rear. Four speed manual transmission, four cylinder engine good for 30 mpg and 140 mph. Drove to Ozzy Osbourne  & Grand Funk concerts in this with the Blaupunkt cassette player blasting.
1997 Land Rover Discovery – did some Nantahala white water rafting trips in this in TN & AL.
Mazda Millenia #10
Mazda Millenium – gave Danny his first driving lessons in this in AL. Made a sprint from Gadsden to Birmingham Airport driving mostly over 100 mph sometimes in the emergency lane to get to my flight in time, which I did.
I owned 4 Town Cars. 2 were black Signature Series.
2001 lincoln town car gold
I owned 4 Lincoln Town Cars. 2 black Signature Series, 1 Gold with rag top Signature Series and 1 two tone silver/burgundy.
My first of 4 Lincoln Town Cars – 1984 except mine was two tone silver and burgundy/wine.
Mercedes Benz 240D baby/powder blue. Danny & I traveled from FL to IN for Uncle Mark’s wedding in this “baby blue benz”, as we called it, and visited the Sturdivant Hall in Selma, AL owned by John McGee Parkman. Selma is where Martin Luther King, Jr. marched over the Edmund Pettus Bridge during the Civil Rights Movement on his way to Montgomery AL known as “Bloody Sunday”.
Audi 5000
Owned 2 Thunderbirds – above except mine was green 1969 and had suicide doors like this one.
1 of 2 Tbirds I owned and bought on the same day. The 1969 with suicide doors and this 1974 black on black leather with air shocks and chrome side pipes I added. The 464 cubic inch 4 barrel carb got about 16 mpg on the highway when gas was about 50 cents per gallon and would burn rubber off tires easily. I drove this loaded to the gills like a airplane cockpit only able to see the mirrors on my move from Iowa to FL over Canal Points (Belle Glade, FL) roller coaster road & did not know a soul in S FL.
1970 VW Bus – bought on a whim only after road trip party to the Candy Store in Fort Lauderdale FL to discover the engine was held up by hanging chains.
Chevrolet Mark III Conversion Van made in Ocala, FL – we owned in FL & AL. Included captain seats, fold down bed and built in tv cd/dvd/vhs players.
1997 Ford Aerostar Extended Van – I remember going to Danny’s T-ball All Star Championship game in this. We also had a mini tv with vhs tape player we took for the kids every where.
Chevrolet Astro Van – we had rented this van for a month long road trip vacation in July 1999 and ended up liking it well enough that we bought one.
1966 Ford Galazy 500 Black 4 Door
1966 Ford Galaxy 500 manual transmission with 4 speed overdrive. My brother Steve ended up with the car and smashed into the bridge crossing the Mississippi River bridge in snow and ice from Iowa to Illinois with his friend Joe.
Owned 2 VW Rabbit diesels – the fuel lines kept breaking from the engine vibrations. Economical otherwise.
2001 Hyundai Sonata 6 cylinder – Sam owed me some $$ so he signed the title over to this instead.
Traded 190SL for this 2002 Ford Taurus as the 190 was not practical for interstate driving.
Ford Probe
Bought this Ford Probe from my sister Pamela in Milford, MI and drove it back during a snow blizzard to Glencoe, AL to give to Ashlee as her first car but her Momma said it was to fast for Ash’s first car.
Buick Skylark.gif
1992 Buick Skylark Sedan
Buick Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Ford Stationwagon
Ford Escort GLX Wagon – except it was red. First family car.
Ford pinto green
1972 Ford Pinto – except mine had chrome cragar ss rims and a hood air intake which ironically had 4 speed manual transmission and 4 barrel carb & 4 cylinder engine which I owned in high school.
1984 Ford Escort – I owned just before I spent 6 months in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
My first car. This 1974 Ford Galaxy 500 was similar to the one I was given by my Dad after he had hit a telephone pole in the Iowa snow storm. Mine was blue and I ended up hitting a women who pulled right out in front of us while the 3 of us were on our way to our daily Electronics Technology drive to Michigan City Vocational School @ Elston High School, Michigan City, IN. I had installed an 8-track stereo system from Radio Shack in the car with two 6 x 9 inch speakers. Traded it in for the Ford Pinto.
I suppose most of this metal has been scrapped by now, sent to Japan and returned to us as new Japanese cars………
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TRAVELS:
DMPSR Countries, States and Cities Visited…..so far…..
partial list…
Countries:
England, North Ireland, Scotland (6 months in UK), Mexico, Bahamas,
Cayman Islands, Turks & Caicos, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic
States:
IN, KS, MO, IL, IA, MI, FL, TN, KY, OH, GA, SC, NC, WV, VA, NJ, MA, ME, RI, DE, DC, MD, PA, NY, NH, VT, SD, CO, AZ, UT, NV, CA, HI, NE, AL, CT, LA, MS, MT, TX, WI, WY……
41 OF 50 States + DC……
Cities (places):
Foreign:
London, Sidmouth, Bournemouth, Stonehenge, Exeter, Uxbridge, Kent, Denham, Chelsea, Manchester, Leeds, Bolton, Grangemouth (Scotland’s twin sister city to La Porte, IN where I grew up) , Falkirk, Bonny Bridge, Glasgow, Blackpool, Stranraer (ferry from Scotland to N. Ireland) to Larne, Randallstown County Antrim, Mexico City, Guanajuato, Campeche, Sabancuy , Champoton , Cabo San Lucas, Nassau, Paradise Island, Atlantis, Freeport, Georgetown, Bodden Town, Cayman Brac Island, Little Cayman Island, Providenciales, Salt Cay, Windmill Plantation, Old San Juan, Palmas del Mar, Humacao, Sosua, Puerta Plata, Santa Domingo, Punta Cana, La Romana, Casa de Campo, Hacienda Barbara….
Domestic: 
Indianapolis, Indy 500, Peru, Kokomo, Logansport, Michigan City, Turkey Run, La Porte, Westville, Valparaiso, South Bend, Notre Dame, Elkhart, Bradenton, Orlando, Anna Marie Island, Chicago, Niles, Topeka, Wichita, Kansas City, St. Louis Arch,  Des Moines, Ankeny, Ames, Muscatine, Iowa City, Dubuque, Cedar Lake, Indianola, Omaha, Louisville, Knoxville, Atlanta, Buckhead, Jacksonville, Fernandina Beach, Villano Beach, Daytona Beach, Bike Week, Panama City, Pensacola, Apalachicola, Vero Beach, Melbourne Beach, Lake Worth Beach, Singer Island, Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Naples, Key West, South Beach, Captiva , Sanibel, Everglades City, Okeechobee, Ocala, Silver Springs, Port Charlotte, Fort Myers, Mexico Beach, Deltona, Sebring, Lakeland, Tampa, Clear Water, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee, St. Augustine, Ormond Beach, Peking, Joliet, Milford, Grand Rapids, Holland, Mammoth Cave, Parkman, Cleveland, Kirtland, Savannah, Aiken, Charleston, Augusta, Masters, Topsail Island, Cherokee, Ashville, Little Switzerland, Spruce Pine, Maggie Valley, Biltmore, Wilmington, Beckley, Norfolk, Chincoteague, Assateague, Onancock, Virginia Beach, Farmville, Red Hill, Appomattox,  Fredericksburg, Salem, Roanoke, Smith Mountain Lake, Mount Vernon, Booker T. Washington Homestead, Richmond, Chesapeake Bay Tunnel and Bridge, Newark, Atlantic City, Ocean City, Dewey Beach, Wildwood, Baltimore, Nantucket, Boston, Windsor, Westborough, Cape Cod, Hyannis, Provincetown, Hartford, Monuments of DC, LDS Temple, Altoona, Pittsburg, Hamptons, Sag Harbor, East Hampton, Bridge Hampton, Amagansett, Southampton, Shelter Island, Greenport, Orient Point, Montauk , Riverhead, Brooklyn,  Manhattan,  Wall Street, Central Park, Staten Island, Long Island, Port Jefferson, Boot Hill, Bad Lands, Mount Rushmore, Black Hills, Grand Junction, Telluride, Phoenix, Prescott, Laughlin, Bull Head City, Route 66, St. George, Salt Lake City, Reno, Incline Village, Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, Lake Las Vegas, Napa Valley, Sacramento, Oakland, Golden Gate Bridge, Plymouth Amador County, Los Angeles, Redwood Forrest, Rancho Santa Fe, San Francisco, Sea Cliff, Mendocino, Hilo, Honolulu, Kailua Kona , Waimea, Selma, Birmingham, Montgomery, Talladega  NASCAR, Mobile, Huntsville, Gadsden, Ponchatula, New Orleans, Helena, Galveston Island, Houston, Dallas, Abilene, Madison, Green Bay, Cheyenne, Yellow Stone National Park……..
and life’s journey continues……….

War of 1812 John Koiner

December 27, 2019

John Koiner

John Koiner War of 1812 Veteran US Military 

John Koiner served as a Corporal in the Fifth Virginia militia Regiment commanded by Colonel McDowell in the War of 1812. John was the husband of Jane Koiner. He was 59 years 3 months and 15 days old when he died.

 

Birth: Jun. 14, 1792
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Death: Jan. 29, 1852
Augusta County
Virginia, USA

John was the husband of Jane Koiner and served as a Corporal in the Fifth Virginia militia Regiment commanded by Colonel McDowell in the War of 1812. He was 59 years 3 months and 15 days old when he died.

Family links:
Parents:
Kasper Koiner (1764 – 1856)
Anna Margaret Barger Coiner (1771 – 1850)

Spouses:
Jane C. Mowry Koiner (1802 – 1830)
Elizabeth Effinger Thompson Koiner (1800 – 1874)

Children:
Martin Luther Coyner (1818 – 1891)*
Henry Koiner (1824 – 1898)*
Delila Koiner Overholt (1826 – 1891)*
Silas Wilber Koiner (1827 – 1908)*
John Lewis Coiner (1830 – 1904)*
Kasper Benton Koiner (1842 – 1931)*
Barbara Antoinette Koiner Hanger (1844 – 1923)*
St. Clair Coyner (1846 – 1887)*

Siblings:
Jacob Coyner (1789 – 1874)*
Michael Coiner (1790 – 1864)*
John Koiner (1792 – 1852)
Philip Koiner (1794 – 1872)*
David C. Coiner (1796 – 1880)*
Mary Koiner Koiner (1798 – 1868)*
Samuel Coiner (1802 – 1871)*
Martin Coyner (1804 – 1883)*
Simon Coiner (1806 – 1897)*
Benjamin Coiner (1808 – 1868)*
Susan C. Koiner Henkel (1810 – 1905)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Crimora
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Sq31 R4 #21
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Maintained by: Zachary Coiner
Originally Created by: Joan
Record added: Sep 05, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21372563

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2028020&familyTreeID=2

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minuteman concord statue

minuteman statue

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sarcoin-2

SAR – Sons of the American Revolution (bronze round)

  1. Lieutenant Alexander Parkman

This grave of Alexander & Kezia Parkman is @ the Old Westmoreland Cemetery, Oneida County, NY.

This inactive cemetery is located off Rte. 233, behind the Post Office in Westmoreland. Many of the stones are badly worn but the cemetery is very well maintained. File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by:
Kathy Last kllast@juno.com May 2, 2009, 7:37 pm

http://www.usgwarchives.net/ny/oneida/photos/tombstones/oldwestmoreland/parkman7003gph.jpg/a>

Birth: Jan. 15, 1747
Westborough
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Apr. 1, 1828
Westmoreland
Oneida County
New York, USA

Inscription:
Lieut. In Revolutionary War, age 81 yrs

Burial:
Old Westmoreland Cemetery
Westmoreland
Oneida County
New York, USA

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20630653

Alexander Parkman’s Pedigree & Family link:

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027883&familyTreeID=2#

Alexander Parkman, Esq., Lieut., Revolution, born 1747, died April 4, 1828, aged 81.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~coyne2010/westmoreland.html

Parkman, Alexander, Lieut. in Revolutionary War, died April 1, 1828 age 81 yrs
 Parkman, Kezia, wife of Alexander Parkman, died Nov. 15, 1816 age 64 yrs
 Parkman, Lydia, dau of Alexander & Kezia Parkman, died Dec. 21, 1850 age 75 yrs 6 mos
 Parkman, Polly, dau of Alexander & Kezia Parkman, died Feb. 16, 1851 age 71 yrs

http://oneida.nygenweb.net/

Alexander Parkman & Kezia Brown’s 8 children:

http://www.mytrees.com/ancestry-family/th001467-6135.html

Sons of the American Revolution:

http://www.SAR.org

http://patriot.sar.org/fmi/iwp/cgi?-db=Grave%20Registry&-loadframes/a>

 

William Parkman Collection

(includes letters from Alexander, Samuel & William Parkman):

http://www.concordlibrary.org/scollect/Fin_Aids/parkman.html

 

Lydia Parkman duaghter of Alexander and Kezia Parkman

Lydia Parkman daughter of Alexander and Kezia Parkman

Polly Parkman daughter of Alexander and Kezia Parkman

Polly Parkman daughter of Alexander and Kezia Parkman

http://www.usgwarchives.net/ny/tsphoto/oneida/oldwestmoreland.htm

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Alexander Parkman

Birthdate: February 17, 1746
Birthplace: Westborough, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Death: Died April 1, 1826
Immediate Family: Son of Rev. Ebenezer Parkman and Hannah Parkman
Husband of Kezia Brown
Father of Lucy Parkman
Brother of Elizabeth Parkman; William Parkman;Sarah Parkman; Susannah Parkman; Breck Parkman; Samuel Parkman; John Parkman; Anna Sophia Brigham; Hannah Parkman; Elias Parkmanand Robert Breck Parkman « less
Half brother of Mary Forbes; Sgt. Ebenezer Parkman;Thomas Parkman; Lydia Parkman and Lucy Forbes

https://www.geni.com/people/Alexander-Parkman/6000000007803859641

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2. Gideon Parkman

Gideon Parkman Revolutionary war Patriot headstone.jpg

Gideon Parkman Revolutionary War Patriot 1714 1789 DAR Maine.jpg

Gideon Parkman Revolutionary War Patriot – 1714-1789:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=137344667

 

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3. Kasper Koiner

Kasper Koiner 1.jpg

Kasper Koiner 1764-1856 Private in the American Revolution

Kasper Koiner 2

Birth: Sep. 25, 1764
Millersville
Lancaster County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Oct. 31, 1856
Augusta County
Virginia, USA

Kasper was a veteran and served as a Private during the Revolutionary War. He was the son of Michael and Margaret Keinadt and was 92 years and 36 days old when he died.
Kasper married Anna Margaret Barger, the daughter of Jacob Berger/Barger. Kasper met Anna Margaret on a trip to Virginia. They did not know each other long and her father was opposed to the marriage so the 2 young people eloped to Staunton VA. However, in time, Jacob’s opposition was resolved. Kasper and Anna Margaret had 11 children.Family links:
Parents:
Michael Keinadt (1720 – 1796)
Margaret Diller Keinadt (1734 – 1813)Spouse:
Anna Margaret Barger Coiner (1771 – 1850)*Children:
Jacob Coyner (1789 – 1874)*
Michael Coiner (1790 – 1864)*
John Koiner (1792 – 1852)*
Philip Koiner (1794 – 1872)*
David C. Coiner (1796 – 1880)*
Mary Koiner Koiner (1798 – 1868)*
Samuel Coiner (1802 – 1871)*
Martin Coyner (1804 – 1883)*
Simon Coiner (1806 – 1897)*
Benjamin Coiner (1808 – 1868)*
Susan C. Koiner Henkel (1810 – 1905)*Siblings:
George Adam Koiner (1753 – 1820)*
George Michael Koiner (1758 – 1840)*
Mary Coiner Hattabaugh (1762 – ____)*
Kasper Koiner (1764 – 1856)
Catherine Coiner Slagle (1766 – 1855)*
John Coyner (1768 – 1852)*
Martin Luther Coyner (1771 – 1842)*
Jacob Coyner (1772 – 1826)*
Philip Koiner (1776 – 1849)**Calculated relationshipInscription:”I know that my Redeemer liveth and that He shall stand at the latter day upon the earth. And though after my skin worms destroy this body yet in my flesh shall I see God. Whom I shall see for myself and mine eyes shall behold.”
Burial:
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Crimora
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Sq 16 R 4 #3
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Maintained by: Zachary Coiner
Originally Created by: Joan
Record added: Aug 20, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21037294

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21037294

Kasper Koiner’s Pedigree and Family Group link:

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027906&familyTreeID=2

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George Washington Gilbert Stuart Samuel Parkman Boston Museum of fine Arts

George Washington Samuel Parkman Gilbert Stuart BMFA Feb 2015 D952

Samuel Parkman commissioned Gilbert Stuart to paint a full length oil portrait of U.S. President George Washington, which Samuel later gifted to the Town of Boston on the 30th anniversary of the signing of The Declaration of Independence on the 4th of July 1806 where the painting hung in the Faneuil Hall and now in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. The painting by Gilbert Stuart is of George Washington ,in Dorchester Heights, full-length in uniform, standing by a white horse, holding his bridle in his left hand and his chapeau in his right.

https://parkmangenealogy.wordpress.com/2010/01/02/parkman-samuel-u-s-president-george-washington-boston-museum-of-fine-arts/

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4. Jacob Barger

Jacob Barger (Berger), He was drafted and served as body guard to George Washington in the Revolutionary war. He was a veteran of the Revolutionary War and a Private serving under the direct command of George Washington during a time of great destitution and starvation:

Jacob Berger (Barger) 1

Jacob Berger (Barger) 2

Birth: Oct. 27, 1745Death: Aug. 27, 1794
Jacob is referred to as the patriarch of Trinity Congregation. He was a veteran of the Revolutionary War and a Private serving under the direct command of George Washington during a time of great destitution and starvation. He at first lived in Rockingham County but after the war he and his wife Elizabeth Hedrick moved to Augusta County. He was only 49 years old when he died.

Family links:
Spouse:
Elizabeth Hedrick Barger (1752 – 1841)*

Children:
Anna Margaret Barger Coiner (1771 – 1850)*
Elizabeth Eggel (1777 – 1816)*
John Barger (1794 – 1845)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
Inscription on the gravestone at the right is written in German and reads:

“Here lies our loved one Jacob Berger who was born on the 27th day of October 1745 and died on the 27th day of August 1794. He was 48 years 2 months and a day old”
“Ye passers-by consider well here my place; seek Jesus in the time of grace that ye may hereafter come to glory”.

Burial:
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Crimora
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Square 30
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Maintained by: Zachary Coiner
Originally Created by: Joan
Record added: Jul 29, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20682690

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20682690

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Jacob Berrier Barger, Sr.:

Birth: Oct. 26, 1745
McGaheysville
Rockingham County
Virginia, USADeath: Aug. 24, 1794
New Hope
Augusta County
Virginia, USA

Wife – Elizabeth /Hedrick/

Father – Casper Barger
Mother – Margaret

When Jacob returned from the Revolutionary War they moved from Rockingham County to Augusta County. Their first child, Anna Margaret, was baptized on April 6, 1772 and was the first recorded entry in the records of Trinity Lutheran Church.

Pam and Steven Bennet (#47208550)
Their suggestion:
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Jacob Barger was born in 1745, married Elizabeth Hedrick in 1772.

He was drafted and served as body guard to George Washington in the Revolutionary war.

He took a deep interest in the matters pertaining to his church and was the patriarch of the Lutheran Church at Koiners Store, Rockingham County, Virginia. He was engaged in the congregations work of building the first church structure there. When he was stricken with paralysis and died at the age of 49. The church still in use, has services once a yer with special occasions and weddings held in it. The pipe organ still in use was brought in over the mountains by ox cart from PA. The homestead, slave house and buildings are still standing and in use.

Please add this to my G Grandfather’s bio

Steve

And Larry #48886082
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Family links:
Parents:
Casper Barger (1708 – 1755)

Spouse:
Elizabeth Hedrick Barger (1752 – 1841)

Sibling:
Philip Barger (1741 – 1803)*
Jacob Berrier Barger (1745 – 1794)

*Calculated relationship
Burial:
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Crimora
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Barbara Anne (Brownell) …
Record added: Mar 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86738611

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=86738611

Jacob Barger’s Pedigree and Family Group link:

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027906&familyTreeID=2

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5. Michael Keinadt

Michael Keinadt (Koiner) 1

Michael Keinadt (Koiner) 2.jpg

Michael Keinadt (Koiner) 3.jpg

Michael Keinadt (Koiner) 4

Birth: Jan. 29, 1720, Germany
Death: Nov. 7, 1796
Augusta County
Virginia, USA

Michael was born at Winterlingen Germany. He emegrated to America about 1740 and to Virginia in 1790. He was 77 years old when he died.
Michael was also a Revolutionary War soldier in Pennsylvania. He served as a Private. The Revolutionary War marker was placed by the Col. James Patton chapter of the DAR.
Inscription is written in German;
Er liegt der leib of (Micael Keinadt) Gastorben den 7 Nofember 1796 seiner alter Vahr 77 jahr.
Tue her vorieben gehet ach betrachtet meines tet
Sehet usum spet und frieh—–.
Translation; Here lies our loved one Michael Keinadt who died the 7th of November in his 77th year—-Family links:
Spouse:
Margaret Diller Keinadt (1734 – 1813)Children:
George Adam Koiner (1753 – 1820)*
George Michael Koiner (1758 – 1840)*
Mary Coiner Hattabaugh (1762 – ____)*
Kasper Koiner (1764 – 1856)*
Catherine Coiner Slagle (1766 – 1855)*
John Coyner (1768 – 1852)*
Martin Luther Coyner (1771 – 1842)*
Jacob Coyner (1772 – 1826)*
Philip Koiner (1776 – 1849)**Calculated relationship
Burial:
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Crimora
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Sq 30 R4 #30
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Maintained by: Zachary Coiner
Originally Created by: Joan
Record added: Jul 29, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20686404

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20686404

Michael Keinadt’s Pedigree and Family Group:

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027910&familyTreeID=2

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6. Benjamin Darst:

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Birth: Jan. 18, 1760
Death: Oct. 6, 1835

The link to Benjamin’s immigrant father was provided by Robert V Darst.On 18 April 2010, Michael Bogoslawskiprovided the following information;The Darst family came to the Valley from Switzerland via Pennsylvania.
Benjamin Darst, Sr. (1760-1835) was an influential member of the community, whose skills including pottery making, brick making, and construction.Family links:
Parents:
Abraham Derst (1725 – 1772)Spouses:
Lucy Woodward Darst (1758 – 1794)*
Sarah Lewis Darst (1755 – 1827)*
Hannah Kean Darst (____ – 1864)*Children:
John Darst (1784 – 1835)*
Benjamin Darst (1785 – 1821)*
Samuel L. Darst (1788 – 1864)*
Daniel Darst (1790 – ____)*

Siblings:
Abraham Darst (1745 – 1822)*
Jacob Durst (1754 – 1814)*
Samuel Darst (1754 – 1791)*
David Darst (1757 – 1826)*
Benjamin Darst (1760 – 1835)
Paul Darst (1762 – 1826)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery
Lexington
Lexington City
Virginia, USA
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Mike
Record added: Sep 09, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15676859

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=15676859

Benjamin Darst’s Pedigree and Family Group:

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2031215&familyTreeID=2

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7. Captain Israel Converse:

Israel Converse Capt American Revolution

Birth: Aug. 7, 1743
Stafford
Tolland County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Mar. 28, 1806
Randolph
Orange County
Vermont, USA

One of the founding fathers of the Town of Randolph, Orange, VT. The son of Josiah Converse and Eleanor Richardson of Stafford, CT. First married Sarah Lewis in Stafford 29 Aug 1765. She died 16 June 1769 in Stafford. Second marriage to Hannah Walbridge b. 13 Oct 1751 and died 17 Oct 1830 in Parkman, Ohio. They were married 27 June 1771.Marched to the relief of Boston in the Lexington Alarm of April 19, 1775; later commissioned a captain and served in Colonel Well’s regiment; a chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is known as the Colonel Israel Converse Chapter of Randolph, Vermont.Family links:
Parents:
Josiah Converse (1710 – 1775)
Elener Richardson Converse (1714 – 1785)Spouse:
Hannah Walbridge Converse (1751 – 1830)Children:
Shubel Converse (1766 – 1823)*
Frederick Converse (1768 – 1828)*
Israel Converse (1772 – 1773)*
Israel Converse (1773 – 1827)*
Porter Converse (1778 – 1870)*
Sarah Lewis Converse (1780 – 1858)*
Celia Converse York (1783 – 1840)*
Eleanor Converse Scott (1787 – 1865)*
Daniel G Converse (1790 – 1858)*
John Phelps Converse (1792 – 1865)*
Josiah Converse (1797 – 1817)*

Siblings:
Josiah Converse (____ – 1814)*
Israel Converse (1743 – 1806)
Joseph Converse (1754 – 1826)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Randolph Center Cemetery
Randolph
Orange County
Vermont, USA
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Bill DeFlorio
Record added: Jan 24, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 104103599

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=104103599

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2028133&familyTreeID=2

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8. Lieutenant Josiah Converse:

Lieu. Josiah Converse died Sept. 11, 1775 in the 65 year of His age. Stone is split and buried somewhat to keep pieces together. Converse Family is well known in Stafford’s history.

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Birth: Mar. 2, 1710
Woburn
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Sep. 11, 1775
Stratford
Fairfield County
Connecticut, USA

Family links:
Spouse:
Elener Richardson Converse (1714 – 1785)*

Children:
Josiah Converse (____ – 1814)*
Israel Converse (1743 – 1806)*
Joseph Converse (1754 – 1826)*

*Calculated relationship

Note: Age 65

Burial:
Old Stafford Street Cemetery
Stafford
Tolland County
Connecticut, USA
Plot:
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Barbara Barber
Record added: Aug 18, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6696022

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=6696022

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2028133&familyTreeID=2

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9. Captain Josiah Converse:

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Birth: unknown
Death: Oct. 25, 1814

Converse, Captain Josiah, died Oct. 25, 1814, age 78 yrs. (Revolutionary War Marker)Family links:
Parents:
Josiah Converse (1710 – 1775)
Elener Richardson Converse (1714 – 1785)Spouse:
Elizabeth Lewis Converse (____ – 1815)Siblings:
Josiah Converse (____ – 1814)
Israel Converse (1743 – 1806)*
Joseph Converse (1754 – 1826)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Stafford Street Cemetery
Stafford
Tolland County
Connecticut, USA
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Mar 01, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86056172

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=86056172

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2028133&familyTreeID=2

Parkman Playground – Jamaica Plain, Mass

December 27, 2019

IMPROVEMENTS TO PARKMAN PLAYGROUND

Francis Parkman Playground

| Park Established 1924 |

Revitalize playground, pavilion, entrance, and perimeter.

A photo of Parkman Playground in Roslindale

 

 

 

Parkman Playground is located off Wachusett Street in Jamaica Plain. The park consists of a little league baseball, softball field, and playground.

The field portions of the park were recently revitalized in 2016. The current project includes improvements to the playground, pavilion, entrances and perimeter.

Still have questions? Contact:
PARKS AND RECREATION
1010 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
3RD FLOOR
BOSTONMA 02118

UNITED STATES

PROJECT LOCATION:
PARKMAN PLAYGROUND
58 WACHUSETT STREET
JAMAICA PLAIN
PROJECT CONTACT:

Nathan Frazee
nathan.frazee@boston.gov
617-635-4505

PROJECT INFORMATION:
  • Project status: Design
  • Construction budget: $1,405,000
  • Project features: Playground, passive use
  • Consultant: Crosby Schlessinger & Smallridge, LLC
  • Contractor: To be determined

UPCOMING EVENTS

COMMUNITY MEETINGS ARCHIVE

We place information on upcoming and previous meetings in the public notices section of Boston.gov. We’ll update this page with meeting information as it becomes available.

Parkman Coat-of-Arms, The Diary of Rev. Ebenezer Parkman Westborough, MA on Google Books & Amazon – University Press of Virginia (book)

January 9, 2010

Elias Parkman, American Progenitor’s Pedigree Chart and Family Groups link:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=oldmankew&id=I25537/a>

Find inside this searchable Parkman Genealogy blog the following: 291 Immigrants to America, 49 Mayflower Pilgrims, 26 American Revolution & War of 1812 Veterans, all 20 of the early Settlers of Nantucket, 19 Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor, Joseph Smith – Mormon founder, Medici Popes, European Royalty back to 602 A.D. Charlamagne (including Queen Elizabeth, Princess Diana, Prince William & Harry) , Winston Churchill, Alamo patriot, US Presidents Coolidge, Grant, Roosevelt(s), Nixon, Ford & Bush(s), US VP John C. Calhoun, Ambassador Benjamin Franklin & Gov. John Hancock (signers of The Declaration of Independence), Ralph Waldo Emerson, Colonel Robert Gould Shaw & Civil War Veterans, Underground Railroad, Reverends, Governors, Civil Rights leaders, Groton School, Harvard President, founders of New England towns Nantucket, Salem, Westborough, Plymouth, Concord, Duxbury, Dorchester & Boston MA, Windsor, Hartford, Killingworth, & Milford CT, Westmoreland NY, Gouldsboro ME, Newark NJ  , Parkman, Ohio & Parkman, Maine (40,000 acres each) , Parkman, Wyoming, Parkman, Canada, pioneers, authors and commissioned a Gilbert Stuart painting of George Washington, Sargeant painting of Peter Faneuil & a bronze church bell cast by Paul Revere, the Parkman Houses, Parkman Bandstand, Parkman Wren, Parkman Lily, Parkman Crab Apple, Parkman Plaza, Parkman Prize, Parkman US postage stamp, Parkman Mountain, Parkman parks, Parkman schools & 56,000 ancestors on Ancestry.com : partial surname list:

Parkman, Coffin, Adams, Brownlee, Breck, Keinadt / Coiner, Da/erst, Angi, Kordos, Walbridge, Clap(p), Barger, Wine, Kagey, Heizer, Howe, Trask, Hull, Grant, Grey, Wheeler, Turney, Brigham, Rogers, Mather, Holcomb, Ferguson, Eno / Hennot, Belcher, Greenleaf , Butler , Gerrish , Lowell , Pierce , Oliver , Folger , Franklin , Gardner , Starbuck , Morrell , Swain , Bunker , Look , Macy , Hussey , Bachiler , Connaught , Wing , Coleman, Coolidge, Olivier, Barron, Bradford, Putnam, Calhoun, Jarvis, Evelyth, Conant, Cushman, Maverick, Brewster, Collier, Parke, Warren, Cooke, Pratt, Priest, Godbertson, Coombs, Lothrop, Fuller, Churchman, Snow, Hopkins, Whelden, White, Winslow, Allerton, Howland, Tilley, Samson, Cooper, Alden, Mullins, Chilton, Fuller, Rogers, Barry, Birge, Bissell, Gaylord, Chappell, Dibble, Filley, Ford, Holmes, Loomis, Treat, Merwin, Clarke, Newberry, Russell, Thrall, Pinney, Griswold, Phelps, Pond, Linsley, Porter,

http://www.ParkmanGenealogy.wordpress.com

http://www.ParkmanReunions.wordpress.com

Here are two searchable Parkman Genealogy GEDCOM / PAF link with 56,000 Parkman Ancestors databases:

https://trees.ancestry.com/tree/103040045/person/290024880361/family

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027883&familyTreeID=2

 

Here is the world’s largest searchable website for graves, Find a grave:

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/184477031/thomas-parkman

 

Elias Parkman Feb 1640 original Windsor, CT land record (left) & same record transcribed in 1722 by Timothy Loomis Windsor Town Clerk.


Circa 1730

http://books.google.com/books?id=LPYBArsF7dYC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q=&f=false

http://books.google.com/books?id=LPYBArsF7dYC



Mr. Arthur B. Denny, of Chestnut Hill,
made the copies of Madam Parkman and of the Parkman Coat-of.
Arms — the latter from a water-color illumination which formerly
adorned the walls of the Westborough parsonage.

Parkman parsonage Westborough: 

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044024077927;view=1up;seq=27

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Harvard Alumnai Rev. Ebenezer Parkman 1730 Signature

January 9, 2010

Ebenezer Parkman sketch and signature

Reverend Ebenezer Parkman ‘s website blog:

http://www.ebenezerparkman.org

Ebenezer Parkman was admitted to Harvard College in 1717,
when he was fourteen years old, and graduated in 1721. There were 17 Parkman Harvard Alumni from 1721 – 1870. The Parkman Professorship of Divinity and Parkman Professorship of Comparative Theology were established by the liberal benefactors of Samuel Parkman, Esq. and his son Rev. Francis Parkman. His son, Francis Parkman, the hiatorian, donated 2,500 of his personal books to Harvard College Library known as the “Parkman Collection”.

 

https://books.google.com/books?id=zh9OAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA415&lpg=PA415&dq=henry+parkman+1735&source=bl&ots=kYHbChgEIb&sig=Qohch1ZsR3EmADiYM5_ySzAGT3U&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiPqsK3gvnVAhWGPCYKHYwEBvAQ6AEINDAG#v=onepage&q=henry%20parkman%201735&f=false

 

 

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Ebenezer Parkman’s 1720 Harvard student notebook:

http://colonialnorthamerica.library.harvard.edu/spotlight/cna/catalog/006152555

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Daniel Chester French created this John Harvard statue as well as the Francis Parkman Memorial and the Minuteman statue.

For a glimpse at the Reverend Ebenezer Parkman’s Diary that he kept for 65 years (printed by the University Press of Virginia):

https://books.google.com/books?id=udV_8ntfbBUC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

Parkman Westborough History:

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044024077927;view=1up;seq=27

Rev. Ebenezer Parkman (1703-1782) wife Hannah Breck sons Samuel & Breck Parkman grandson Robert Breck Parkman & Westborough, MA

January 9, 2010

Ebenezer Parkman sketch and signature

Reverend Ebenezer Parkman 1703 – 1782

His Motto:

“Thy Heart is not right with God. Let me bear this saying in mind that I may keep clear of such a charge upon me !”

For a glimpse at the Reverend Ebenezer Parkman’s Diary that he kept for 65 years (printed by the University Press of Virginia):

https://books.google.com/books?id=udV_8ntfbBUC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

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Reverend Eli Forbes oil portrait is essentially identical to his father-in-law Reverend Ebenezer Parkman’s pencil sketch above. Eli married 4 times including Ebenezer’s daughters Mary and Lucy.

https://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=61833253

 

Hannah Breck Parkman

Hannah Breck Parkman’s Wedding Shoes – Married 1737

Samuel Parkman (looks a lot like George Washington – likely painting by Gilbert Stuart that Samuel commissioned to paint George Washington standing in front of his white horse – see full size oil painting that now hangs in Boston Museum of Fine Art and prior to that in the Faneuil Hall – as posted further on in this blog). Samuel, born 22 Aug 1751 in Westborough, MA and died 11 Jun 1824, son of Rev. Ebenezer Parkman.

http://www.concordlibrary.org/scollect/Fin_Aids/parkman.html/a>

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Samuel Parkman’s Manse @ Bowdoin Square, Boston, Mass


Samuel Parkman’s Manse @ Bowdoin Square circa 1880 & built circa 1816 – Boston, Mass

Samuel Parkman House, Bowdoin Square, Boston, MA by Philip Harry 17-2Collections_Parkman-House_cso

Samuel Parkman house, Bowdoin Square, Boston, MA painting by Philip Harry 1847

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Reverend Ebenezer Parkman’s Parsonage is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is located at the Parkman Parsonage Historic District in Westborough, MA.

 

 

Reverend Ebenezer Parkman Parsonage – Homestead – House – Home

https://books.google.com/books?id=3OsWAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA24&lpg=PA24&dq=hannah+breck+parkman&source=bl&ots=OatkynuRW3&sig=ib50CLShSZVpNtDhGgY4ZorHwAM&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjjiP2Q14DWAhVrrVQKHbq4CTMQ6AEIWjAO#v=onepage&q=hannah%20breck%20parkman&f=true

 

Breck Parkman

Breck Parkman’s Shop, above, and as told by his dad Rev Ebenezer Parkman:

https://books.google.com/books?id=3OsWAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA24&lpg=PA24&dq=hannah+breck+parkman&source=bl&ots=OatkynuRW3&sig=ib50CLShSZVpNtDhGgY4ZorHwAM&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjjiP2Q14DWAhVrrVQKHbq4CTMQ6AEIWjAO#v=onepage&q=hannah%20breck%20parkman&f=true

 

 

 

Honorable Robert Breck Parkman (son of Alexander and grandson of Rev Ebenezer)

Page from a Sermon of Rev. Ebenezer Parkman

Parkman Graves Site – Westborough, MA

Tribute to Rev. Ebenezer Parkman

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Last Will & Testament of Rev. Eb. Parkman 1782

https://www.americanancestors.org/databases/worcester-county-probate-file-papers-1731-1881/image/?volumeId=30215&pageName=45373:4&rId=52242290

The desk of Elias Parkman, son of Rev. Ebenezer Parkman


Reverend Ebenezer Parkman Church Communion Cup and Baptismal Basin kept @ the Westborough Historical Society along with the Wedding Dress of Hannah Breck Parkman (see link below)


Parkman Farm House (Westborough, Mass.) Scan number: 000420-0048. Parkman Farm House, June 4, 1892. (1892)

http://www.americanantiquarian.org/forbesnameindex.htm

http://westborough.patch.com/articles/image-gallery-historical-society-opens-doors-to-town-history#photo-5423929

Link about Parkman’s relationship with Acadians :

http://www.acadian-home.org/parkman-diaries.html

For a glimpse at the Reverend Ebenezer Parkman’s Diary that he kept for 65 years (printed by the University Press of Virginia):

https://books.google.com/books?id=udV_8ntfbBUC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

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Farms on Powder Hill

A half mile west of the Forbush Farm-Tavern on the hill where the first meetinghouse was built were the farms of Edmund Rice and John B. Maynard. Although the area was virtual wilderness, it was settled by the homesteads of approximately 27 families. But the threat of wolves, bears and Indian attacks was always a major concern.

In 1704, Edmund Rice’s three boys were playing with their two cousins at the Thomas Rice farm when they were attacked by Canadian Indians. Four of the boys were taken hostage while the youngest was slain during the Indian retreat. A second attack in 1707 in the Stirrup Brook area prompted the town of Marlborough to increase the number of garrisoned homes. The Edmund Rice farm and the Samuel Forbush farm became garrisoned in 1711 to serve as safe houses for the families in the immediate area.

The original settlement, referred to as Chauncy Village, was incorporated as the Town of Westborough in 1717. In November of 1720, the construction of the first meeting house commenced on land donated by Edmund Rice and John Maynard. But it was not until 1724 and the town held its first March town meeting in the crudely built 30×40 foot structure that did not have heat, a floor or benches.

On a visit to the area, Parkman’s diary entry of August 1723 reads; “I walked to the Meeting House with a Pistol in my Hand by reason of the Danger of the Indians. When I returned was much affrighted with the sight of an Indian as I supposed; but drawing nigher I perceiv’d it was my Landlord. In the afternoon about 4 o’clock, there was an alarm in the North and people hastened with their arms, But it came to little.”

When Rice became unsuccessful at negotiating for the return of his boys he sold the 100 acre farm (excluding the meetinghouse) to Captain Daniel Howe of Marlborough to pay the ransom on the boys, but Silas and Timothy Rice were never returned. On April 2, 1724, the heirs of Capt. Daniel Howe deeded the farm to the town’s first seated minister, Ebenezer Parkman.

In October 1724, Parkman was ordained pastor, “Town Minister,” of the fledgling community and the same year took a wife, Mary Champney of Cambridge, and moved into their new home. The farm became the parsonage and home for the Parkman family for the next 28 years. The Parkmans had four surviving children here, but Mary died in 1736 and two years later Reverend Parkman married Hannah Breck of Marlborough. They had seven children at the Powder Hill Farm and four more at the new parsonage.

During the next twenty eight years, the meetinghouse was remodeled and enlarged to accommodate a growing church population and became the center of not only the town’s religious needs but also the political affairs. It served in that capacity until 1748 when it was taken down and salvaged for the new meetinghouse built in the newly-established center of town.

Although Parkman’s ministerial duties kept him very busy, the farm for the most part was managed by his parishioners and family. Parkman and Hannah continued to live on this farm until a new pastoral home was built near the second meetinghouse. After moving into the new parsonage built in 1752, Parkman’s eldest son, Ebenezer Jr., and his new wife moved into the old homestead but continued to raise livestock and grow vegetables and fruit for the family.

The farm was sold by Parkman in 1764 to Captain Stephen Maynard who days later transferred ownership to John Beaton, a Scotsman from Hopkinton. The farm remained in the Beaton family until 1822 when Colonel William Beaton deeded the Powder Hill Farm to Silas Wesson. Wesson operated the farm for approximately ten years. In 1825, Wesson set aside a portion of the property on the Turnpike and built the Wesson Tavern. The area then became known as Wessonville.

In 1832, Wesson was experiencing financial difficulties and sold the homestead and 80 acres to William White. White dismantled the former Parkman home and built a new house on the existing foundation. The farm was sold by widow Nancy White in 1850 to Emmons Raymond. It was then sold again in 1865 to Whittemore Rowell. In 1859, Rowell had partnered with Cyrus Brigham to form the largest milk distribution business in the world (four to five thousand hogsheads [63 gals] of milk annually sent from town) amounting to a million dollars per year. The partnership was dissolved in 1873.

Rowell sold the farm to Bela J. Stone, who had moved to Westborough in 1871 from Sturbridge. Stone was a successful and well respected breeder and livestock farmer. Stone named his farm the Linden Wood Milk and Fancy Stock Farm. In 1877, it is recorded that Stone sold at auction 25 head of prized Ayshire bulls, cows, and heifers.

In April 1885, the farm – consisting of 79 acres of land, house, barn, grainier and hen houses – was purchased from Stone by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for $14,000 and became part of the campus of the Lyman School for Boys. The house was named Maples Cottage.

http://westborough.patch.com/blog_posts/farms-on-powder-hill#photo-7802524

Parkman Westborough history:

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=hvd.32044024077927;view=1up;seq=27

more Reverend Ebenezer Parkman history:

Ebenezer Parkman

Birthdate: September 5, 1703
Birthplace: Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts
Death: Died December 9, 1782 in Westborough, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States
Place of Burial: Westborough, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family: Son of William Parkman and Elizabeth Parkman
Husband of Mary Parkman and Hannah Parkman
Father of Mary Forbes; Sgt. Ebenezer Parkman;Thomas Parkman; Lydia Parkman; Lucy Forbes;Elizabeth Parkman; William Parkman; Sarah Parkman; Susannah Parkman; Alexander Parkman;Breck Parkman; Samuel Parkman; John Parkman;Anna Sophia Brigham; Hannah Parkman; Elias Parkman and Robert Breck Parkman « less
Brother of Mary Parkman; Capt. John Parkman; Elias Parkman; Samuel Parkman; Susana Parkman and 4 others
Occupation: minister in Westboro, Mass.

https://www.geni.com/people/Rev-Ebenezer-Parkman/6000000007803549157

 

Parkman House – 33 Beacon Street – Boston – Mayor’s Official Reception Hall

January 2, 2010

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Parkman House - Boston - 33 Beacon Street

Parkman House – Boston – 33 Beacon Street

 

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Here lived and died George Francis Parkman, Jr. 1823-1908 Remembered with enduring gratitude by the City of Boston for his bequest of a $5 million fund that secures for-ever the maintenance and improvement of the Boston Common and other public parks (Boston Common is America’s oldest Park founded in 1634). The Parkman House is next to the gold domed Boston State Capital Building (as seen at the far right center photo above & aerial photo of State Capitol the Parkman House is to the left see below).

George Parkman JR bio

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See computer graphic imaging (animation) of what Beacon Hill looked back in time : 

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Jimmy Carter slept here while he was Governor of Georgia in 1980.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, together with Department of Neighborhood Development Director Sheila Dillon, Chief of Economic Development, John Barros, members of Boston Main Streets and community members, celebrate the Boston Main Streets volunteers and businesses of the year at the 20th Annual Boston Main Streets Award Ceremony, held at the Parkman House in Downtown Boston.        Published on Jun 29, 2016

Parkman house book 33 Beacon St Boston

https://www.amazon.com/Parkman-beacon-street-Boston-Massachusetts/dp/1179898451

 

Parkman House 10 & 16 interior photos:

http://www.loc.gov/pictures/search/?q=Photograph:%20ma0474&fi=number&op=PHRASE&va=exact&co%20=hh&st=gallery&sg%20=%20true

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2013/01/13/photos-the-parkman-house/hKEpOt0yg3ZKT1wbRy4VTO/story.html?pic=11

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Parkman


He was “Murdered at Harvard” and PBS made a documentary about it (link):


http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/murder/

George Parkman JR bio

 

Parkman, Samuel & U.S. President George Washington @ Boston Museum of Fine Art and @ Faneuil Hall – 1806

January 2, 2010

George Washington Gilbert Stuart Samuel Parkman Boston Museum of fine Arts

Samuel Parkman commissioned Gilbert Stuart to paint a full length, approximately ten feet by seven feet, oil portrait of U.S. President George Washington, which Samuel later gifted to the Town of Boston on the 30th anniversary of the signing of The Declaration of Independence on the 4th of July 1806. The painting hung in the Faneuil Hall, now a copy and the original is viewed at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts for safe keeping . The painting by Gilbert Stuart is of George Washington in Dorchester Heights, full-length in uniform, standing by a white horse, holding his bridle in his left hand and his chapeau in his right. 

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Architect Bullfinch had expanded Faneuil Hall and desired to have a portrait of General Washington on display. A European artist had copied the Lansdowne Washington  original. The patriots found this unacceptable and created an electrifying stir in Boston. Samuel Parkman, heard about the matter and approached Gilbert Stuart to create a new original of President Washington. Stuart agreed  and used the famous unfinished head portrait, also known as the Anatheaum and had several friends stand in for various body parts. Stuart finished the painting in 10 days and it was on view for the 4th of July 1806 festivities at Faneuil Hall.   The painting is known as “Washington at Dorchester Heights” as the Colonial Army had taken Dorchester Heights causing the British to leave Boston. In the background you see navy ships and islands. The complete story appears along with a photo of this portrait on pages 128 – 131 of the book published in 1986 (see photos of this story below): Gilbert Stuart, Father of American Portraiture, The Library of American Art, by Richard McLanathan.

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This oil painting is approximately 9 feet tall by 6 feet wide at Boston Museum of Fine Arts, DMP,SR 2007.

The full-length Washington, on the other side of the great painting, is a Gilbert Stuart. It, also, was presented to the town by Samuel Parkman, in 1806. :

http://books.google.com/books?id=QvkMAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA12&lpg=PA12&dq=samuel+parkman,+boston+museum+of+fine+arts&source=bl&ots=jaxkhkLxJx&sig=h3Yc-WYm8l2towZ1r2V-hTj5HJA&hl=en&ei=EBrbSYiBFIOIyAXKp4TCCA&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=6

Samuel Parkman commissioned Gilbert Stuart to create this life sized oil painting than hung at Faneuil Hall (see above the bottom right side painting) that now is on display at The Boston Museum of Fine Art.

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Samuel Parkman portrait painting by Gilbert Stuart.

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George Washington Samuel Parkman Gilbert Stuart BMFA Feb 2015 SC168397

George Washington Samuel Parkman Gilbert Stuart BMFA Feb 2015 SC240634

Washington at Dorchester Heights

1806
Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755–1828)


DIMENSIONS

274.95 x 180.34 cm (108 1/4 x 71 in.)

ACCESSION NUMBER

L-R 30.76a

MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE

Oil on panel

ON VIEW

Kristin and Roger Servison Gallery (Gallery 133)

COLLECTIONS

Americas

CLASSIFICATIONS

Paintings

Provenance

The artist; commissioned for the town of Boston by Samuel Parkman, 1806; deposited by the City of Boston, 1876.

Credit Line

Deposited by the City of Boston

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Peter Faneuil donated by Samuel Parkman

The namesake to Boston’s celebrated Faneuil Hall, Peter Faneuil (1700-1743) was a wealthy Bostonian who made his fortune as a merchant in the slave trade. He was born in New Rochelle, New York, and moved to Boston as a young man to join his uncle in the shipping business, which he eventually inherited. While Faneuil had a reputation for living well, he was also known as a considerate employer and a generous public benefactor. In 1740, he offered to build Boston a public market house; it was finished a few months before his death and was subsequently named “Faneuil Hall” in his honor. John Smibert (1688-1751), Faneuil Hall’s first architect, painted a posthumous portrait of Peter Faneuil to be hung in the original hall. This painting was damaged in the great fire of  1761, but was rehung in the next incarnation of the hall. This particular painting had another run of poor luck when it was further damaged in a 1775 demonstation by patriots against members of the Faneuil family – who had lost much of their popularity when they joined the British evacuation of Boston. Smibert’s portrait of Peter Faneuil was then copied by Henry Sargent (1770-1845) in 1807, in order to preserve the likeness of the deteriorating original. This is the painting that is displayed today, a gift to Faneuil Hall by Samuel Parkman.

http://www.publicartboston.com/content/peter-faneui

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Faneuil

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Samuel Parkman

https://www.geni.com/people/Samuel-Parkman/6000000003147083589

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Faneuil Hall

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Faneuil Hall

http://giphy.com/gifs/boston-quincy-market-faneuil-hall-d1CWIqNPIjG8IfBK

See this Video at the 1:56 minute mark filmed at Faneuil Hall in Boston where the George Washington Oil Painting by Gilbert Stuart hung at the time. (shame on Mitt Romney’s “liberal views”) : 

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George Washington as seen in Faneuil Hall see above the bottom right painting.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faneuil_Hall

GILBERT STUART’S 1796 OIL PAINTING/PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON APPEARS ON EVERY US $1 DOLLAR BILL (SEE BOTH BELOW)

(see page 3 of this blog “Sarah Francis Lightner Brownlee” for other ties to George Washington & Thomas Jefferson mentioned below)



GEORGE WASHINGTON & THOMAS JEFFERSON LINKS TO NATURAL BRIDGE, VA:

Some believe George Washington came to the site in 1750 as a young surveyor on behalf of Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron.[4] To support claims that Washington surveyed the area, some tour guides claim the initials “G.W.” on the wall of the bridge, 23 ft. up, were carved by the future president. Legend also has it that George Washington threw a rock from the bottom of Cedar Creek over the bridge. In 1927, a large stone was found, also engraved “G.W.” and bearing a surveyor’s cross, which historians accepted as proof that he indeed surveyed the bridge.[5]


Thomas Jefferson purchased the bridge (@ Natural Bridge,VA) for $2.40 from King George III. He also built a cabin there while he was president.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_Bridge_(Virginia)


King George III

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_III_of_the_United_Kingdom

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Samuel Parkman spoon Paul Revere Jr B18707

Teaspoon (one of a pair)

about 1795
Paul Revere, Jr. (American, 1734–1818)


Object Place: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ

Buhler, 1972, No. 397

DIMENSIONS

13.81 cm (5 7/16 in.)

ACCESSION NUMBER

35.1806

MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE

Silver

NOT ON VIEW

COLLECTIONS

Americas

CLASSIFICATIONS

Silver flatware

Provenance

Samuel Parkman, m. first Sarah Shaw, 1773, second Sarah Rogers, 1784; subsequent history unknown; given to the Museum by the collector Pauline Revere Thayer.

Credit Line

Pauline Revere Thayer Collection

http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/teaspoon-one-of-a-pair-38605

Other Parkman provenance artwork at the Boston museum of fine Arts:

http://www.mfa.org/search?search_api_views_fulltext=parkman
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Silversmith Paul Revere made this presentation urn with an ivory spigot handle, which was presented to Capt. Gamaliel Bradford of Duxbury by Samuel Parkman.
http://www.masshist.org/database/3259
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4 Parkman, Koiner, Barger Ancestors that served with General George Washington in The American Revolution:

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minuteman statue

Daniel Chester French created this Minuteman statue at Concord, MA as well as the Francis Parkman Memorial , Jamaica Pond, MA and the John Harvard statue, Harvard, Cambridge, MA.

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SAR – Sons of the American Revolution (bronze round)

This grave of Alexander & Kezia Parkman is @ the Old Westmoreland Cemetery, Oneida County, NY.

This inactive cemetery is located off Rte. 233, behind the Post Office in Westmoreland. Many of the stones are badly worn but the cemetery is very well maintained. File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by:
Kathy Last kllast@juno.com May 2, 2009, 7:37 pm

http://www.usgwarchives.net/ny/oneida/photos/tombstones/oldwestmoreland/parkman7003gph.jpg/a>

Birth: Jan. 15, 1747
Westborough
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Apr. 1, 1828
Westmoreland
Oneida County
New York, USA

Inscription:
Lieut. In Revolutionary War, age 81 yrs

Burial:
Old Westmoreland Cemetery
Westmoreland
Oneida County
New York, USA

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20630653

Alexander Parkman’s Pedigree & Family link:

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027883&familyTreeID=2#

Alexander Parkman, Esq., Lieut., Revolution, born 1747, died April 4, 1828, aged 81.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~coyne2010/westmoreland.html

Parkman, Alexander, Lieut. in Revolutionary War, died April 1, 1828 age 81 yrs
 Parkman, Kezia, wife of Alexander Parkman, died Nov. 15, 1816 age 64 yrs
 Parkman, Lydia, dau of Alexander & Kezia Parkman, died Dec. 21, 1850 age 75 yrs 6 mos
 Parkman, Polly, dau of Alexander & Kezia Parkman, died Feb. 16, 1851 age 71 yrs

http://oneida.nygenweb.net/

Alexander Parkman & Kezia Brown’s 8 children:

http://www.mytrees.com/ancestry-family/th001467-6135.html

Sons of the American Revolution:

http://www.SAR.org

http://patriot.sar.org/fmi/iwp/cgi?-db=Grave%20Registry&-loadframes/a>

William Parkman Collection

(includes letters from Alexander, Samuel & William Parkman):

http://www.concordlibrary.org/scollect/Fin_Aids/parkman.html

Lydia Parkman duaghter of Alexander and Kezia Parkman

Lydia Parkman daughter of Alexander and Kezia Parkman

Polly Parkman daughter of Alexander and Kezia Parkman

Polly Parkman daughter of Alexander and Kezia Parkman

http://www.usgwarchives.net/ny/tsphoto/oneida/oldwestmoreland.htm

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Alexander Parkman

Birthdate: February 17, 1746
Birthplace: Westborough, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Death: Died April 1, 1826
Immediate Family: Son of Rev. Ebenezer Parkman and Hannah Parkman
Husband of Kezia Brown
Father of Lucy Parkman
Brother of Elizabeth Parkman; William Parkman;Sarah Parkman; Susannah Parkman; Breck Parkman; Samuel Parkman; John Parkman; Anna Sophia Brigham; Hannah Parkman; Elias Parkmanand Robert Breck Parkman « less
Half brother of Mary Forbes; Sgt. Ebenezer Parkman;Thomas Parkman; Lydia Parkman and Lucy Forbes

https://www.geni.com/people/Alexander-Parkman/6000000007803859641

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Gideon Parkman Revolutionary War Patriot 1714 1789 DAR Maine.jpg

Gideon Parkman Revolutionary War Patriot – 1714-1789:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=137344667

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Kasper Koiner 1764-1856 Private in the American Revolution

Kasper Koiner 2

Birth: Sep. 25, 1764
Millersville
Lancaster County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Oct. 31, 1856
Augusta County
Virginia, USA

Kasper was a veteran and served as a Private during the Revolutionary War. He was the son of Michael and Margaret Keinadt and was 92 years and 36 days old when he died.
Kasper married Anna Margaret Barger, the daughter of Jacob Berger/Barger. Kasper met Anna Margaret on a trip to Virginia. They did not know each other long and her father was opposed to the marriage so the 2 young people eloped to Staunton VA. However, in time, Jacob’s opposition was resolved. Kasper and Anna Margaret had 11 children.Family links:
Parents:
Michael Keinadt (1720 – 1796)
Margaret Diller Keinadt (1734 – 1813)Spouse:
Anna Margaret Barger Coiner (1771 – 1850)*

Children:
Jacob Coyner (1789 – 1874)*
Michael Coiner (1790 – 1864)*
John Koiner (1792 – 1852)*
Philip Koiner (1794 – 1872)*
David C. Coiner (1796 – 1880)*
Mary Koiner Koiner (1798 – 1868)*
Samuel Coiner (1802 – 1871)*
Martin Coyner (1804 – 1883)*
Simon Coiner (1806 – 1897)*
Benjamin Coiner (1808 – 1868)*
Susan C. Koiner Henkel (1810 – 1905)*

Siblings:
George Adam Koiner (1753 – 1820)*
George Michael Koiner (1758 – 1840)*
Mary Coiner Hattabaugh (1762 – ____)*
Kasper Koiner (1764 – 1856)
Catherine Coiner Slagle (1766 – 1855)*
John Coyner (1768 – 1852)*
Martin Luther Coyner (1771 – 1842)*
Jacob Coyner (1772 – 1826)*
Philip Koiner (1776 – 1849)*

*<span class=”fakeLink” style=”color: #000088; text-decoration: underline;” title=”header=[  Reverse Relationships:] body=[This relationship was not directly added to this memorial. Rather, it is calculated based on information added to the related person’s memorial. For example: if Joe Public is linked to Jane Public as a spouse, a reciprocal link will automatically be added to Jane Public’s memorial. ] fade=[on] fadespeed=[.09]”>Calculated relationship

Inscription:

“I know that my Redeemer liveth and that He shall stand at the latter day upon the earth. And though after my skin worms destroy this body yet in my flesh shall I see God. Whom I shall see for myself and mine eyes shall behold.” Burial:
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Crimora
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Sq 16 R 4 #3Edit Virtual Cemetery info [<span class=”fakeLink” style=”color: #000088; text-decoration: underline;” title=”header=[  Virtual Cemetery:] body=[What is a Virtual Cemetery?
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Originally Created by: Joan
Record added: Aug 20, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21037294

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21037294

Kasper Koiner’s Pedigree and Family Group link:

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027906&familyTreeID=2

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George Washington Gilbert Stuart Samuel Parkman Boston Museum of fine Arts

George Washington Samuel Parkman Gilbert Stuart BMFA Feb 2015 D952

Samuel Parkman commissioned Gilbert Stuart to paint a full length oil portrait of U.S. President George Washington, which Samuel later gifted to the Town of Boston on the 30th anniversary of the signing of The Declaration of Independence on the 4th of July 1806 where the painting hung in the Faneuil Hall and now in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. The painting by Gilbert Stuart is of George Washington ,in Dorchester Heights, full-length in uniform, standing by a white horse, holding his bridle in his left hand and his chapeau in his right.

https://parkmangenealogy.wordpress.com/2010/01/02/parkman-samuel-u-s-president-george-washington-boston-museum-of-fine-arts/

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Jacob Berger (Barger), He was drafted and served as body guard to George Washington in the Revolutionary war. He was a veteran of the Revolutionary War and a Private serving under the direct command of George Washington during a time of great destitution and starvation:

Jacob Berger (Barger) 1

Jacob Berger (Barger) 2

Birth: Oct. 27, 1745Death: Aug. 27, 1794
Jacob is referred to as the patriarch of Trinity Congregation. He was a veteran of the Revolutionary War and a Private serving under the direct command of George Washington during a time of great destitution and starvation. He at first lived in Rockingham County but after the war he and his wife Elizabeth Hedrick moved to Augusta County. He was only 49 years old when he died.

Family links:
Spouse:
Elizabeth Hedrick Barger (1752 – 1841)*

Children:
Anna Margaret Barger Coiner (1771 – 1850)*
Elizabeth Eggel (1777 – 1816)*
John Barger (1794 – 1845)*

*<span class=”fakeLink” style=”color: #000088; text-decoration: underline;” title=”header=[  Reverse Relationships:] body=[This relationship was not directly added to this memorial. Rather, it is calculated based on information added to the related person’s memorial. For example: if Joe Public is linked to Jane Public as a spouse, a reciprocal link will automatically be added to Jane Public’s memorial. ] fade=[on] fadespeed=[.09]”>Calculated relationship

Inscription:
Inscription on the gravestone at the right is written in German and reads:

“Here lies our loved one Jacob Berger who was born on the 27th day of October 1745 and died on the 27th day of August 1794. He was 48 years 2 months and a day old”
“Ye passers-by consider well here my place; seek Jesus in the time of grace that ye may hereafter come to glory”.

Burial:
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Crimora
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Square 30
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [<span class=”fakeLink” style=”color: #000088; text-decoration: underline;” title=”header=[  Virtual Cemetery:] body=[What is a Virtual Cemetery?
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Maintained by: Zachary Coiner
Originally Created by: Joan
Record added: Jul 29, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20682690

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20682690

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Jacob Berrier Barger, Sr.:

Birth: Oct. 26, 1745
McGaheysville
Rockingham County
Virginia, USADeath: Aug. 24, 1794
New Hope
Augusta County
Virginia, USA

Wife – Elizabeth /Hedrick/

Father – Casper Barger
Mother – Margaret

When Jacob returned from the Revolutionary War they moved from Rockingham County to Augusta County. Their first child, Anna Margaret, was baptized on April 6, 1772 and was the first recorded entry in the records of Trinity Lutheran Church.

Pam and Steven Bennet (#47208550)
Their suggestion:
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Jacob Barger was born in 1745, married Elizabeth Hedrick in 1772.

He was drafted and served as body guard to George Washington in the Revolutionary war.

He took a deep interest in the matters pertaining to his church and was the patriarch of the Lutheran Church at Koiners Store, Rockingham County, Virginia. He was engaged in the congregations work of building the first church structure there. When he was stricken with paralysis and died at the age of 49. The church still in use, has services once a yer with special occasions and weddings held in it. The pipe organ still in use was brought in over the mountains by ox cart from PA. The homestead, slave house and buildings are still standing and in use.

Please add this to my G Grandfather’s bio

Steve

And Larry #48886082
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Family links:
Parents:
Casper Barger (1708 – 1755)

Spouse:
Elizabeth Hedrick Barger (1752 – 1841)

Sibling:
Philip Barger (1741 – 1803)*
Jacob Berrier Barger (1745 – 1794)

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Burial:
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Crimora
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [<span class=”fakeLink” style=”color: #000088; text-decoration: underline;” title=”header=[  Virtual Cemetery:] body=[What is a Virtual Cemetery?
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A VIRTUAL CEMETERY HAS NO RELATION TO A REAL CEMETERY! People listed in your VIRTUAL cemeteries can be buried in many different REAL cemeteries. You can add any name in the Find A Grave database to the Virtual Cemeteries you create. You can choose to make your Virtual Cemeteries visible to the visitors of your Find A Grave contributor page so that others can view the collections you have created. ] fade=[on] fadespeed=[.09]”>?]
Created by: Barbara Anne (Brownell) …
Record added: Mar 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86738611

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=86738611

Jacob Berger’s Pedigree and Family Gorp link:

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027906&familyTreeID=2

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Michael Keinadt:

Michael Keinadt (Koiner) 1

Michael Keinadt (Koiner) 2

Michael Keinadt (Koiner) 3

Michael Keinadt (Koiner) 4

Birth: Jan. 29, 1720, Germany

Death: Nov. 7, 1796
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Michael was born at Winterlingen Germany. He emegrated to America about 1740 and to Virginia in 1790. He was 77 years old when he died.
Michael was also a Revolutionary War soldier in Pennsylvania. He served as a Private. The Revolutionary War marker was placed by the Col. James Patton chapter of the DAR.
Inscription is written in German;
Er liegt der leib of (Micael Keinadt) Gastorben den 7 Nofember 1796 seiner alter Vahr 77 jahr.
Tue her vorieben gehet ach betrachtet meines tet
Sehet usum spet und frieh—–.
Translation; Here lies our loved one Michael Keinadt who died the 7th of November in his 77th year—-

Family links:
Spouse:
Margaret Diller Keinadt (1734 – 1813)

Children:
George Adam Koiner (1753 – 1820)*
George Michael Koiner (1758 – 1840)*
Mary Coiner Hattabaugh (1762 – ____)*
Kasper Koiner (1764 – 1856)*
Catherine Coiner Slagle (1766 – 1855)*
John Coyner (1768 – 1852)*
Martin Luther Coyner (1771 – 1842)*
Jacob Coyner (1772 – 1826)*
Philip Koiner (1776 – 1849)*

*Calculated relationship
Burial:
Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery
Crimora
Augusta County
Virginia, USA
Plot: Sq 30 R4 #30
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [<span class=”fakeLink” style=”color: #000088; text-decoration: underline;” title=”header=[  Virtual Cemetery:] body=[What is a Virtual Cemetery?
A Find A Grave Virtual Cemetery is essentially a collection of names from the Find A Grave database. As a Find A Grave contributor, you can build Virtual Cemeteries to group listings in whatever way you would like. For example, you might make a ‘Smith Family Virtual Cemetery’ where you would place all of the members of your Smith family tree. Other examples: ‘My Favorite Actors’ or ‘Memorials I Visit Often’. Be creative!

A VIRTUAL CEMETERY HAS NO RELATION TO A REAL CEMETERY! People listed in your VIRTUAL cemeteries can be buried in many different REAL cemeteries. You can add any name in the Find A Grave database to the Virtual Cemeteries you create. You can choose to make your Virtual Cemeteries visible to the visitors of your Find A Grave contributor page so that others can view the collections you have created. ] fade=[on] fadespeed=[.09]”>?]
Maintained by: Zachary Coiner
Originally Created by: Joan
Record added: Jul 29, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20686404

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=20686404

Michael Keinadt’s pedigree and family group:

https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2027910&familyTreeID=2

Parkman Surname arches over the Sacred Cod Fish – since 1747

January 2, 2010

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Hanging over the public gallery in Massachusetts House of Representatives under the surname Parkman is the Sacred Cod fish symbolizing the importance of the fish industry in the early Massachusetts economy. It was given to the House in 1747 by a Boston merchant. The sir names that encircle the hall are of the families that were pillars of the community at the time the State Capitol Building was constructed in Boston.

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Sacred Cod Fish rests under the surname of Parkman

The Sacred Cod is a carving of a codfish an Atlantic cod that rests in the chamber of the Massachusetts House of Representatives under the surname of Parkman. The Massachusetts House of Representatives is the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court, the state legislature of the U.S….The Cod that currently hangs in the building is actually the third one to be carved. The first was destroyed in a fire in 1747, the second during the Revolutionary War. Alexander Parkman was a Lieutenant & Minute Man in the American Revolution.

The American Revolutionary War , also known as the American War of Independence, was a war between Kingdom of Great Britain and revolutionaries within 13 colonies, who United States Declaration of Independence as the United States in 1776…The current cod was crafted around 1784 by an unknown artist.

The Atlantic cod is a well-known seafood belonging to the family Gadidae. It grows to two metres in length…..It represents the importance of the fishing. Fishing is the activity of hunting for fish. By extension, the term fishing is also applied to hunting for other aquatic animals such as various types of shellfish as well as squid, octopus, turtles, Edible frog and some edible marine inverteb…industry in the early history of the state.

Cod are very abundant in the waters surrounding Massachusetts.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is a U.S. state in the New England region of the Northeastern United States United States….and in 1974 it was chosen as the official state fish.

The Sacred Cod sculpture measures five feet long and is carved out of pine.

Pines are Pinophyta trees of the genus Pinus, in the family Pinaceae. There are about 115 species of pine, although different authors accept anything from 105 to 125 species…..

http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Sacred_Cod_of_Massachusetts

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacred_Cod

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