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War of 1812 John Koiner

February 8, 2009

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10. Corporal John Koiner War of 1812

John Koiner

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John Koiner served as a Corporal in the Fifth Virginia militia Regiment commanded by Colonel McDowell in the War of 1812.

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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9. AMERICAN REVOLUTION VETERANS:

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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

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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

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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)**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
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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

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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

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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

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WAR OF 1812:

war of 1812 history channel

The burning of Washington DC, attach at Baltimore’s Fort McHenry where Francis Scott Key wrote the National Anthem – The Star Spangled Banner and Andrew Jackson’s defeat of the British at New Orleans as well as defeating America’s Central Bank = End the FED. John C. Calhoun was his Vice President:

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President Andrew Jackson & Vice President John C. Calhoun

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Calhoun Mansion:

https://uberglobal.wordpress.com/ueber-calhoun/
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CALHOUN MANSION:

“WORLD CLASS ASSETS – WORLD CLASS SOLUTIONS”

 

 

The Calhoun Museum & Mansion, 16-18 Meeting Street, Charleston, South Carolina sold 2 weeks prior to auction for $3.75M. Gedney Howe,III, a prominent lawyer and Helen Geer, a Christie’s Great Estates affiliate commissioned our staff to auction the “Biltmore of Charleston” the largest private residence in Charleston, South Carolina USA. In addition, the contents had sold for $1 Million. The 24,000 +/- square foot Calhoun Mansion, built in 1886, was owned by the Vice President of the United States John C. Calhoun’s grandson Patrick Calhoun. It has 35 rooms, grand ballroom, japanese water gardens, 16 fireplaces, 26 seat dining room table, 75 foot high domed ceiling, khoi pond, fountains, private elevator, 3 levels of piazzas, 11 chandeliers, 45 foot glass skylight, 14 foot high ceilings and 5 stories including the basement and the 90 foot cupola overlooking the Charleston Harbor. It has been featured in the movie “Notebook” staring James Garner, Forbes, A&E’s American Castles, HGTV Fantasy Open House, ABC’s The View, CNN, Associated Press, Bloomberg News, Architectural Digest, Wall Street Journal and Robb Reports 21 Gifts for the 21st Century. Also the TV mini-series North & South starring Elizabeth Taylor, Kirsti Alley, Patrick Swayze, Hal Holbrook, Lloyd Bridges, Gene Kelly, Robert Mitchum and Johnny Cash.

http://www.CalhounMansion.net

Andrew Jackson & John C. Calhoun

John C. Calhoun was Vice President under both Presidents John Quincy Adams & Andrew Jackson. Patrick Calhoun lived in New York, Atlanta, Cleveland, Charleston, and San Francisco. He owned 50,000 acres in Calhoun Falls, SC, utilities in Pittsburg & Philadelphia, oil fields in Texas, started the Trolley System in San Francisco, Rail Road systems across America, coal mine in KY. He was associated with John D. Rockefeller and J.P. Morgan.

George Peabody founder House of Morgan

Peabody ancestor founded House of Morgan:

https://parkmangenealogy.wordpress.com/2009/05/02/parkman-boston-brahmin/

 

 

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Gedney Howe,III – Seller and Lawyer authorized to practice law before the U.S. Supreme Court where he last argued a case against The US Coast Guard which ended in The US Supreme Court awarding Gedney Howe, III et al US$21 Million from The US Coast Guard:

http://rense.com/general26/vic.htm

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http://www.superlawyers.com/south-carolina/article/Son-of-the-Sage-of-the-South/083e46b4-aec8-4a06-8883-a4659132186c.html

 

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ASSOCIATED PRESS ARTICLE:

http://www.theitem.com/news02/historic-home-on-auction-block/article_6a6b1a8c-aa46-5e06-b399-ef8a18aa2854.html

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Helen Lyles Geer – Christie’s Great Estates

See article link: DMPSR.Helen Geer Calhoun Mansion Sold ArticleDMPSR.Helen Geer Calhoun Mansion Sold Article:

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DMPSR.Helen Geer Calhoun Mansion Sold Article

Andrew Jackson & John C. Calhoun

John C. Calhoun was Vice President to both Presidents Andrew Jackson  & John Quincy Adams:

https://2012patriot.wordpress.com/2016/07/15/war-of-1812-history-channel/

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Dr. Robertson Parkman

February 8, 2009

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Doctor Robertson Parkman, Consulting Professor, Pediatrics – Stem Cell Transplantation  Stanford USC University

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Robertson Parkman’s CV:

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Robertson Parkman’s Profile:

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http://www.chla.org/profile/robertson-parkman-md

 

 

Double Rainbows, Shooting Stars & Water Spouts

February 7, 2009

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Once in South Florida.

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Once in Alabama.

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Shooting stars several times over a lifetime mostly in Florida.

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Second water spout seen in Florida on 9.7.16.

Saw my second double rainbow on 3 Sept 2016. To see two double rainbows, dozens of shooting stars & water spouts are signs of natural wonder. Reminds us of perhaps how minute we are and how short our lives are in the universe & how carpe diem = seize the day, applies to us as we so choose.

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1978 & 1976 Westville High School Year Book

February 7, 2009

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1978 WHS Year Book, Westville, IN

See pages : 6,8,12,14,112 as linked @ my name, Dan Parkman on the scrolled list at the right. 

http://www.classmates.com/yearbooks/Westville-High-School/222081?page=122

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1976 WHS Year Book, Westville, IN

See pages : 40,41,76,77, 80,81 as linked @ my name, Dan Parkman on the scrolled list at the right. 

http://www.classmates.com/yearbooks/Westville-High-School/165515?page=0

4 DFAW Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor (CT)

February 5, 2009

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Elias Parkman, George Hull, Matthew Grant, Thomas Holcomb co-Founders of Windsor, CT in 1635 – Sailed from Sidmouth, England in 1630

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Descendants of the founders of ancient windsor crest

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http://www.windsorhistoricalsociety.org/fa_founders_of_windsor.pdf

https://www.facebook.com/DescendantsOfTheFoundersOfAncientWindsorInc

http://ancientwindsor.org/

http://dfaw.blogspot.com/


Elias Parkman,Sr. was the American Progenitor of the Parkman line. He came to America on the Mary & John ship which sailed from Sidmouth, Devonshire, England on May 10th in 1630. He became a FREEMAN on 6th May 1635. Elias was then one of the 48 co-Founders of Windsor, CT in October 1635 (which is the oldest town in CT. His Father was Thomas Parkman. I confirmed this after spending 6 months in England, N. Ireland and Scotland @ the Exeter , Devonshire, England parish/archival library. There exists a genealogy society in Windsor, CT of which I am a lifetime member called “The Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor”. The 48 co-Founders are (additionally their Spouses and Children):

http://www.windsorhistoricalsociety.org/fa_founders_of_windsor.pdf

http://www.societyct.org/societies/windsor.php

http://ancientwindsor.org/

https://www.facebook.com/DescendantsOfTheFoundersOfAncientWindsorInc/

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Windsor Historical Society, Windsor, CT

http://www.windsorhistoricalsociety.org/

The history of the town of Windsor, CT:

http://www.windsorhistoricalsociety.org/windsor_history.html

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Freemen made at the General Court, May 6th, 1635.

Philemon Portmorte
Henry Elkines
Christopher Martiall
Edmond Bulckley
Edward Browne
Jarrett Bourne
William Pell
Benjamin Gillom
Thomas Alcocke
Edmonde Jacklinge
John Sebley
Thomas Peirce
Mr. Sachariah Syms
Barnaby Wynes
Jeffery Ferris
Thomas Gunn
Robert Dibell
Henry Fowkes
Elias Parkeman

http://winthropsociety.com/doc_freemen.php

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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>

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Elias Parkman, Sr. – Immigrant from Sidmouth, England to Dorchester, Boston, MA & Windsor, CT (Co-Founder of)

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

http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/103040045/family?cfpid=290024884173

Elias Parkman, Sr.

Birthdate: circa 1610
Birthplace: Sidmouth, Devonshire, England
Death: Died July 28, 1662 in Salem, Essex Co, Massachusetts
Cause of death: Suggested Lost At Sea
Immediate Family: Son of John Parkman and Margaret Parkman
Husband of Bridget Parkman
Father of Elias Parkman, Jr.; Samuel Parkman; George Parkman;Nathaniel Parkman; Abigail Traske; Deliverance Parkman, Sr.;Nathaniel Parkman; William Parkman; John Parkman; Rebecca Jarvis and Abigail Parkman « less
Brother of Susan Parkman; John Parkman and Nathaniel Parkman
Occupation: Mariner

https://www.geni.com/people/Capt-Elias-Parkman/6000000001609324276

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ELIAS PARKMAN,SR. Dorchester 1633, freem. 6 May 1635, rem. to Windsor CT early, there had Elias, Jr.; Re becca; Samuel, b. 12 Aug. 1644; and George, whod. 1645; he prob. had an establishm. for trad e at New Haven 1640, but finally rem. to Boston, there had Mary, bapt. 24 Sept. 1648; Deliverance,b. 3, bapt. 10 Aug. 1651; and Nathaniel, b. 24 June, bapt. 8 July 1655.His w. was Bridget . He was a mariner, traded from Boston to Conn. riv.and perhaps on longer voyages, in one o f wh. he was prob. lost, for hisw. present, inv. 2 July 1662, made two days bef. recit. tha t he was”suppos. to be d.;” and as it amount. to only Ð37, 15, we may well thinkthat most o f his prop. was lost at the same time. Rebecca m. 18 Sept.1661, John Jarvis; and perhaps hi s wid. m. 6 Sept. 1672, Sylvester Eveleth of Gloucester.

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Captain Elias Parkman and Bridget

Husband Captain Elias Parkman

Born: 1609 – England
Christened:
Died: 28 Jul 1662 – At Sea
Buried:
Marriage:

Wife Bridget

AKA: Bridget Connaught
Born: Est 1610
Christened:
Died: After Feb 1682 – (Gloucester, Massachusetts)
Buried:

https://www.geni.com/people/Capt-Elias-Parkman/6000000001609324276

https://www.geni.com/people/Bridget-Parkman/6000000001609324290

Children
1 M Elias Parkman

Born: 5 Nov 1635 – Dorchester, Massachusetts Bay
Christened:
Died: 18 Aug 1691 – Wapping, London, England
Buried:
Spouse: Sarah Trask (Cir 1636-1696)
Marr: 13 Oct 1656 – Salem, Massachusetts Bay 28

https://www.geni.com/people/Elias-Parkman/6000000007541440507

https://www.geni.com/people/Sarah-Parkman/6000000007541801331

2 F Rebecca Parkman

Born: Abt 1640 – Windsor, Connecticut
Christened:
Died:
Buried:

3 F Abigail Parkman

Born: 1643 – Windsor, Connecticut
Christened:
Died: 29 Aug 1677 – Salem, Massachusetts Bay
Buried:
Spouse: John Trask (1642- )
Marr: 19 Feb 1663 – Salem, Massachusetts Bay

4 M George Parkman

Born: Abt 1644 – Windsor, Connecticut
Christened:
Died: 1645 – Windsor, Connecticut
Buried:

5 M Samuel Parkman

Born: 12 Aug 1644 – Windsor, Connecticut
Christened:
Died: – (Virginia)
Buried:

6 F Mary Parkman

Born:
Christened: 24 Sep 1648 – Boston, Massachusetts Bay
Died:
Buried:

7 M Deliverance Parkman

Born: 3 Aug 1651 – Boston, Massachusetts Bay
Christened: 10 Aug 1651 – Boston, Massachusetts Bay
Died:
Buried:

https://parkmangenealogy.wordpress.com/2009/03/08/deliverance-parkman-house-salem/

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=12685226

8 M Nathaniel Parkman

Born: 29 Jun 1655 – Boston, Massachusetts Bay
Christened: 8 Jul 1655 – Boston, Massachusetts Bay
Died:
Buried:

General Notes: Husband – Captain Elias Parkman
Note: Came to America aboard the Elizabeth Boniventure

History of Ancient Windsor, Vol II
Elias Parkman, grantee of lands at Dorchester, 1633; the inhabitant of Windsor.; again at Dorchester, 1637; removed to Saybrook by 1646. In 1648 was partner with Jonathan Brewster (Colonial Record , i, 166); when Rev. Mr. Huit’s inventory was taken, 1644, he had 2,000 board feet of plank at Elias Parkman’s (sawed by hand); Mar 8 1637 a committee of the court was appointed to charter Elias Parkman’s boat to go to Narragansetts to trade for corn; land at Windsor (page 163, Vol I). Ch.: 2b at Windsor (O.C.R.) one oif whom was Samuel, b. 12 Aug 1644.

The Great Migration Begins
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ELIAS PARKMAN
ORIGIN: Unknown
MIGRATION: 1633
FIRST RESIDENCE: Dorchester
REMOVES: Windsor 1638, Saybrook by 1646, Boston by 1648
OCCUPATION: Mariner. (About October of 1638 Richard Saltonstall Jr. wrote to John Winthrop about debts owed to Saltonstall and his partners by Elias Parkman, who had been master of a vessel which they owned on several voyages between Massachusetts Bay and the Connecticut River [WP 4:64-65]. On 4 June 1650 Thomas Turner of Hingham discharged Elias Parkman of Boston of all debts and obligations, and stated that the said Elias had made all payments for three-quarters of the bark Supply before Turner had assigned a covenant for the same to Joseph Armitage [Aspinwall 288-89]. On 23 May 1655 the court awarded damages to Elias Parkman from Daniel Gookin who failed to pay him properly for transporting five persons and a large amount of bread to Virginia [MBCR 3:377].)
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP: Admission to Dorchester church prior to 6 May 1635 implied by freemanship. (Parkman maintained membership in this church upon the remove to Windsor, and when he appeared in Boston in 1648 he was said to be of the Windsor church. When he is called “our brother” in the baptism of son Deliverance, this could still refer to membership in Windsor church, and we need not assume that he was admitted to membership in Boston church.)
FREEMAN: 6 May 1635 (last in a sequence of six Dorchester men) [MBCR 1:371].
EDUCATION: He signed his name to deeds.
ESTATE: Granted four acres at Naponset Neck in Dorchester, 5 August 1633 [DTR 2]; received Lot #84, four acres, in the meadow beyond Naponset [DTR 322]; granted Great Lot at Squantum Neck, 18 January 1635/6 [DTR 15]; granted “the marsh before his door,” 27 July 1636 [DTR 17]; granted a share in “ground about Rocky Hill” [DTR 18].
In the Windsor land inventory on 5 February 1640[/1] “Elias Parkeman” had seven parcels: “a homelot with the additions, fifteen acres”; “in the little meadow with swamp adjoining eight acres”; “in the second meadow five acres and half”; “over the Great River in breadth twenty-five rods, in length three miles”; “on the south of the rivulet, sixteen acres”; “in the pallisado half an acre”; and “in the great meadow for a garden plot in breadth four rod, in length six rod” [WiLR 1:71].
On 28 May 1646 “Elias Parkeman of Seabrooke lately inhabitant of Winsor” mortgaged eleven acres of land and a barn, and a parcel of land on the east side of the great river, to William Wadsworth of Hartford [WiLR 1:120].
On 2 August 1652 “Elias Parkeman” mortgaged to “Mr. Robert Peteshall” one house with the land belonging to it, now “in the tenure of Thomas Tyler of Boston” [SLR 1:220]. On 3 August 1652 “Elias Parkman of Boston, mariner & master of the good pinace called the Supplye of Boston” sold to Mr. John Holland of Dorchester “my now dwelling house situated in Boston, together with my home lot, being in measure one acre” [SLR 1:240].
On 7 August 1657 George Palmer of Boston, wine cooper, sold to Elias Parkman of Boston, mariner, a parcel of land in Boston together with the “house, shop & cellar thereon” formerly in the occupation of Hermon Garret, gunsmith, also a garden plot and a way into the garden, and use of the well [SLR 3:388-89]. This plot was given to Deliverance and Nathaniel Parkman after their father’s death by Silvester Eveleth and his wife Bridget, the widow of Elias Parkman, 24 November 1674 [SLR 13:327].
On 20 August 1662 administration on the estate of Elias Parkman was granted at the request of Bridget Parkman, “relict of Ellias Parkeman of Boston, Senior,” and her eldest son, to Thomas Rawlings in behalf of the children and creditors “allowing the widow her thirds in house & lands & the flock bed, rug, to the value of £2” [SPR 4:109].
The inventory of the estate of “Elias Parkman supposed to be deceased” was taken 20 July 1662 and totalled £34 5s., including £19 10s. in real estate: “the dwelling house being very much decayed and ready to fall,” £12; “corner of ground in the orchard,” £7; and “a piece of ground without the house,” £2 10s. [SPR 4:108]. Also in his inventory were “three old swords almost spoiled with rust, 3s.”
BIRTH: By about 1611 based on estimated date of marriage.
DEATH: When his inventory was taken on 20 July 1662, Elias Parkman was “supposed to be deceased,” suggesting that he had not returned from a sea voyage, and had probably died some time before that date.
MARRIAGE: By about 1636 Bridget _____ (she is first seen as his wife at the baptism of son Deliverance in 1651, but there is no evidence for an earlier wife). She married (2) Gloucester 6 September 1672 Sylvester Eveleth as his second wife and died after 5 February 1682 [SLR 12:327; NEHGR 134:301].
CHILDREN:
i ELIAS, b. say 1636 (called Deliverance his brother [ELR 14:112]); m. Salem 13 October 1656 Sarah Trask [NEHGR 55:322], daughter of WILLIAM TRASK.
ii SAMUEL, b. say 1638; a private record says that he went to Virginia [NEHGR 55:322]; no further record.
iii REBECCA, b. say 1640; m. Boston 18 September 1661 John Jarvis (she described as “daughter of Elias Parkman of Boston” [BVR 82]).
iv ABIGAIL, b. say 1642; m. Salem 19 February 1662[/3] John Trask, son of WILLIAM TRASK.
v GEORGE, b. say 1644; d. Windsor 1645 [Grant 80].
vi MARY, bp. Boston 24 September 1648 (“the daughter of Eliah Parkman a member of the Church at Winsor being about 4 days old” [BChR 312]); no further record.
vii DELIVERANCE, b. Boston 3 August 1651, “of Elias and Bridget Parkman” [BVR 33]; bp. Boston 10 August 1651 [BChR 321]; m. (1) Salem 9 December 1673 Sarah Veren; m. (2) after 14 January 1681/2 Mehitable Waite, daughter of John Waite [Wyman 986 (evidence not seen)]; m. (3) Marblehead 3 June 1683 Margaret Gardner; m. (4) after 25 March 1689 Susanna (Clark) Gedney [ELR 16:136, 18:138, 33:275; TAG 39:109-11].
viii NATHANIEL, b. Boston 24 June 1655 [BVR 50]; bp. Boston 8 July 1655 [BChR 328]; m. Boston by 1686 Hannah Hett (eldest known child b. Boston 30 March 1686 [BVR 170]), daughter of Eliphalet Hett [TAG 27:96, citing SLR 20:530-31, 21:43-46].

COMMENTS: A private record of the Parkman family was published in 1901 as a footnote to a genealogy of WILLIAM TRASK [NEHGR 55:322]; it was “furnished by Mrs. Lucy P. Trowbridge of New Haven, Connecticut, from a genealogical statement left by her father, Samuel Breck Parkman of Savannah, Georgia, who was lost, with most of his family, on board the steamer Pulaski in 1838.” This record reflects a number of exact dates that are not to be found anywhere else (including a precise date and place for the birth of Elias Parkman, son of the immigrant), and claims that the immigrant was son of Thomas Parkman of Sidmouth, England.
In 1932 Arthur Winfred Hodgman published an article which claimed that the wife of the immigrant was “Bridget Connaught (or Conner?),” but no evidence is supplied and no credence should be given to this identification without further information; this article also discusses a number of manuscript sources which have useful information on the early generations of the Parkman family (beyond the first generation or two) [NYGBR 63:144-50].
The passenger list of the Recovery of London, sailing from Weymouth for New England on 31 March 1634, includes “Elizabeth Parkman” [NGSQ 71:171]. Although this record need not have anything to do with Elias Parkman and his family, it could conceivably be an error for Elias himself returning from one of his voyages to England.
In his list of those “being gone yet had children born here” Matthew Grant credited “Elias Partman” with having two children born in Windsor [Grant 93]. If one of these was the son George who died in 1645, then the second was probably his next-elder sibling Abigail. Daughter Rebecca may also have been born in Windsor, if Grant’s accounting at a much later date includes only surviving children.
Winthrop, under date of 3 July 1637, reports an incident in which “Rich. Serle, servant to Elias Parkman of Dorchester,” assaulted his master in the presence of Thomas Millet, and was sentenced to be whipped [WJ 2:425].
Richard Saltonstall Jr. wrote an agitated letter to John Winthrop about October 1638 saying that Elias Parkman, master of a vessel that was presently in the Bay, but planning to return to Connecticut shortly, owed him a considerable sum of money and had owed it for some time, but that “we cannot receive a penny of him nor a note of his hand that it is due to us upon demand, unless we be contented to take it at Connecticut when he hath sold his house.” He asked that Winthrop delay him so that he had to answer to the claim [WP 4:64-65].
Two servants of “Elias Parkmore” were whipped at New Haven, 1 July 1640 [NHCR 1:38]. A dispute between some inhabitants of Guilford and “Elias Parkman of Windsor” was noted by the New Haven Colony Court on 7 April 1646, but no further action was taken [NHCR 1:229]. (Savage interprets these records to mean that Parkman “probably had an establishment for trade at New Haven [in] 1640,” but not that he was a resident of New Haven [Savage 3:359].)
Elias Parkman was involved as both plaintiff and defendant in civil suits before the Particular Court of Connecticut in 1648 and 1657 [RPCC 53, 177, 179, 180].
In June 1639 Thomas Moulton of Charlestown, fisherman, aged thirty years, deposed that Margery Batman, servant to Henry Lawrence of Charlestown, fisherman, was removed from Lawrence’s house by her father, “one Batman dwelling by the river of Saco” and since placed “with one Elias Parke since dwelling at Kenecticot” [Lechford 81]. (As there is no record for an Elias Parke in Connecticut, or anywhere in New England, at this early date, this record very likely pertains to Elias Parkman.)

General Notes: Wife – Bridget
Marriage 2 Sylvester EVELETH
Married: 6 SEP 1672 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts

Great Migration Begins, Elias Parkman:
“In 1932 Arthur Winfred Hodgman published an article which claimed that the wife of the immigrant was “Bridget Connaught (or Conner?),” but no evidence is supplied and no credence should be given to this identification without further information”

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About Capt. Elias Parkman

Occupation: Mariner; traded from Boston to Conn. River and perhaps on longer voyages, in one of which he was probably lost, for his wife presented inventory 2 Jul 1662, made two days before recit. that he was “supposed to be dead.;” and as it amounted to only £37,15, we may well think that most of his possessions were lost at the same time.

Notes

Elias Parkman/Parkeman, mariner, Dorchester, propr. 1633; freeman. 6 May 1635. Had servant Richard Serle in 1637. Rem. to Windsor, CT. Was afterward at Saybrook. Rem. to Boston about 1648. Bought land and house 7 Aug. 1652. Wife Bridget: ch. Mary, bpt. 24 Oct. 1648; Deliverance, b. 3 Aug. 1651; Nathaniel, b. 24 June 1655; Saram (m. 18 Sept. 1661, John Jarvis. Administration granted 20 Aug. 1662, at the request of the widow, Bridget, and her eldest son, to Thomas Rawlings, on behalf of the family and creditors of Elias Parkman, Sen. supposed to be deceased 28 of July 1662. [Register 12:50]

"History of Ancient Windsor" by Stiles, vol. 2, page 551: Elias Parkman, grantee of lands at D[orchester]., 1633; then inhab. of W[indsor]; again at D., 1637; removed to Saybrook by 1646; in 1648 was partner with Jonathan Brewster [Colonial Records, i:166); when Rev. Mr. Huit's inventory was taken, 1644, he had 2,000 feet of plant at Elias Parkman's (sawed by hand); Mc. 8, 1637, a committee of the court was app. to charter Elias Parkman's vessel to go to the Narragansetts to trade for corn; land at W. (see p. 163, Vol. 1) Ch: 2 b. at W. (O.C.R.), one of whom was Samuel, b. 12 Aug. 1644

arrived Boston 6/15/1633 on the “Elizabeth Bonaventure” (???) – Granted land in Dorchester (1633) FREEMAN (5/6/1635) Moved to Windsor, CT 1635 Moved to Boston before 1648

20 july 1662 Elias Parkman was presumed dead, he never returned from a sea voyage.

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Capt. Elias Parkman’s Timeline

1610
1610
Sidmouth, Devonshire, England
1635
November 5, 1635
Age 25
Dorchester, MA, USA
1638
1638
Age 28
1640
1640
Age 30
Windsor, CT, USA
1643
1643
Age 33
Boston, MA, USA
1645
June 14, 1645
Age 35
Windsor, MA, USA
1646
1646
Age 36
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
1646
Age 36
Windsor,Hartford,Connecticut,USA
1651
August 3, 1651
Age 41
Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts

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Elias Parkman Windsor CT founders monument 2

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Elias Parkman

Birth: 1622, England
Death: 1662

BIRTH: By about 1611 based on estimated date of marriage. A Mariner who came to Massachusetts Bay in 1633 & settled in Dorchester. Moved to Windsor in 1638, Saybrook by 1646, & Boston by 1648. When his inventory was taken on 20 July 1662, Elias Parkman was “supposed to be deceased,” suggesting that he had not returned from a sea voyage, and had probably died some time before that date.
Married by about 1636 Bridget _____ (she is first seen as his wife at the baptism of son Deliverance in 1651, but there is no evidence for an earlier wife). She married (2) Gloucester 6 September 1672 Sylvester Eveleth as his second wife and died after 5 February 1682.Family links:
Spouse:
Bridget Parkman EvelethChildren:
Deliverance Parkman (1651 – 1715)**Calculated relationship
Burial:
Palisado Cemetery
Windsor
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA
Plot: Founders Monument
Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Apr 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35429225

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=35429225

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Bridget Parkman Eveleth

Birth: unknown
Death: unknown

Elias Parkman married by about 1636 Bridget _____ (she is first seen as his wife at the baptism of son Deliverance in 1651, but there is no evidence for an earlier wife). She married (2) Gloucester 6 September 1672 Sylvester Eveleth as his second wife and died after 5 February 1682.
They had 8 children: Elias, Samuel, Rebecca Jarvis, Abigail Trask, George, Mary, Deliverance (son), Nathaniel.Family links:
Spouse:
Elias Parkman (1622 – 1662)*Children:
Deliverance Parkman (1651 – 1715)**Calculated relationship
Burial:
Unknown
Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Apr 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35429238

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Captain Elias Parkman, Sr. Immigrated from England to Massachusetts.

Captain Elias Parkman, Sr.

Birthdate: circa 1610
Birthplace: Sidmouth, Devonshire, England
Death: Died July 28, 1662 in Salem, Essex Co, Massachusetts
Cause of death: Suggested Lost At Sea
Immediate Family: Son of John Parkman and Margaret Parkman
Husband of Bridget Parkman
Father of Elias Parkman, Jr.; Samuel Parkman; George Parkman;Nathaniel Parkman; Abigail Traske; Deliverance Parkman, Sr.;Nathaniel Parkman; William Parkman; John Parkman; Rebecca Jarvis and Abigail Parkman « less
Brother of Susan Parkman; John Parkman and Nathaniel Parkman
Occupation: Mariner

https://www.geni.com/people/Capt-Elias-Parkman/6000000001609324276

Captain Elias Parkman, Sr. & Bridget’s children:

Elias Parkman, Jr.; Samuel Parkman; George Parkman;Nathaniel Parkman; Abigail Traske; Deliverance Parkman, Sr.;Nathaniel Parkman; William Parkman; John Parkman; Rebecca Jarvis and Abigail Parkman

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George Hull immigrated from England and was a co-founder of Windsor, CT

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Birth: Aug. 27, 1590
Keynsham
Bath and North East Somerset Unitary Authority
Somerset, England
Death: unknown
Fairfield
Fairfield County
Connecticut, USA

Born by about 1589 (based on date of first marriage), son of Thomas and Joan (Pyssing) Hull. Came from Crewkerne, Somersetshire to Massachusetts Bay in 1632. First settled in Dorchester; moved to Windsor CT in 1636, & Fairfield CT in 1647. Died in Fairfield CT after 26 May 1658 & before 25 August 1659 (date of inventory).
Married: (1) Crewkerne, Somerset, 27 August 1614 Thomasine Mitchell; she died before 1654.
(2) After 11 July 1654 Sarah (_____) Phippen, widow of David Phippen of Boston; she died at Fairfield shortly before 25 August 1659.
George Hull was elder brother of Reverend Joseph Hull who arrived in New England in 1635. In his will George Hull mentioned cousin Jane Pinkney, and his second wife named cousins Jane and Philip Pinkney in her will. In his account of Philip Pinkney, Jacobus supposes that “[h]e and his wife were perhaps drawn to Fairfield by the marriage of their aunt, Mrs. Sarah Phippen, to George Hull,” but the exact nature of the relationship is not known.Family links:
Parents:
Thomas Hull (1547 – 1636)
Joan Pysing Hull (1551 – 1629)Spouses:
Thomasine Mitchell Hull (1592 – 1655)
Sarah Hull (1596 – 1659)
Thamzen Mitchell Hull (1592 – 1655)*Children:
Josiah Hull (1616 – 1675)*
Mary Hull Pinney (1618 – 1684)*
Martha Hull (1620 – ____)*
Elizabeth Hull Gaylord (1625 – 1680)*
Cornelius Hull (1628 – 1695)*
Joshua Hull (1630 – ____)*
Naomi Hull (1632 – ____)*Siblings:
Robert Hull (1584 – 1654)**
George Hull (1590 – ____)
Joseph Hull (1595 – 1665)**Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
Burial:
Palisado Cemetery
Windsor
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA
Plot: Founders Monument
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Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Feb 23, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34126177

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https://www.myheritage.com/site-family-tree-370411831/parkman-genealogy?rootIndivudalID=2030112&familyTreeID=2

http://person.ancestry.com/tree/103040045/person/290024882762/facts

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parkman elias windsor ct cofounder

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3. Matthew Grant immigrated from England & co-founded Windsor, CT

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http://person.ancestry.com/tree/103040045/person/290024895222/facfacts

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4. Thomas Holcomb

Birth: 1609, England

Death: Sep. 7, 1657
Windsor
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA
Born by about 1609, based on estimated age of marriage. Came to Massachusetts Bay in 1633. First settled in Dorchester; moved to Windsor CT in 1635. Died in Windsor CT 7 September 1657.
Thomas married by about 1634, an Elizabeth (assuming she was the mother of all his children), born about 1617. John Winthrop, Jr. attended her at Windsor in 1669, as the wife of second husband James Eno, and called her 52 years old. Previous authors have claimed that Thomas Holcomb married an Elizabeth Ferguson at Dorchester, Mass. on May 14, 1634. Such marriage is not on record and the date is synonymous with the date Thomas Holcomb was admitted a freeman of the Mass. Bay Colony. In 1964 Donald Lines Jacobus noted that “[h]er maiden name has been stated as Ferguson, without proof or probability.”
In 1981 George E. McCracken published “Thomas Holcombe’s Earlier Posterity,” a definitive account of the immigrant and the first few generations of descent from him. In his usual style, he opened the article with an exhaustive discussion of previous writings on this family. The same author has also written two brief articles on the fraudulent claim of royal ancestry for Thomas Holcombe and on the inaccurate tombstone erected in his memory.
Thomas Holcomb(e), of unknown parentage, was b. likely in England about 1609. He arrived at the Massachusetts Bay in 1633 and first settled at Dorchester, Mass. He later moved to Windsor, Conn. in 1635 where he died on Sept. 7, 1657.
Thomas Holcomb died intestate, his estate abstracted by Manwaring from the Hartford Probate District records, Vol. I, Page 130-131, citing probate vol. II, pages 105-6:

His name is on the cenotaph of Founders of Windsor.

…Thomas Holcomb of Windsor. Invt. £294-09-08 taken Oct. 1, 1657 by Benjamin Newbery and Daniel Clark. Children: Joshua age 17 years, Benajah 13, Nathaniel 9, Abigail 19, and Deborah 6-7/12 years of age. Signed, Matthew Grant. Adms. granted to the Widow Elizabeth Holcomb with order of distribution to:
To the Widow,………….£42-18-00
To Joshua,………………..42-18-00
To Benajah,………………33-07-00
To Nathaniel,……………..28-12-00
To Abigail,………………..28-12-00
To Deborah,………………28-12-00
…George and Edward Griswold entered a claim to part of the estate, but remitted the Claim.
…James Enno and Elizabeth Holcomb, widow, were married Aug. 5, 1658. (Windsor Rec.)
…On this 15th day of December, 1660, I doe acknowledge to have received of my Father Enno of my wive’s portion the whole sum. Samuel Bissell.
…On this 17th day of December, 1660, I doe acknowledge to have received of my Father Enno ye full sum of my portion. Witness my Hand: Joshua Holcomb.
…Court Record, Page 109–Dec. 3, 1657: Invt. exhibited.

Family links:
Spouse:
Elizabeth Holcomb Eno (1617 – 1679)*

Children:
Elizabeth Holcombe Ellsworth (1634 – 1712)*
Mary Holcombe Griswold (1636 – 1708)*
Abigail Holcomb Bissell (1639 – 1688)*
Joshua Holcomb (1640 – 1690)*
Sarah Holcombe (1642 – 1654)*
Benajah Holcombe (1644 – 1735)*
Deborah Holcombe (1646 – 1648)*
Nathaniel Holcombe (1648 – 1740)*
Deborah Holcomb Birge (1652 – 1686)*
Jonathan Holcombe (1652 – 1656)*

*Calculated relationship
Burial:
Palisado Cemetery
Windsor
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA
Plot: Founders Monument
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Record added: Feb 25, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34188711

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