Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Dr. Alexander Parker

Male 1750 - 1822  (71 years)

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  • Name Alexander Parker 
    Title Dr. 
    Born 17 Jun 1750  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1822  'Ellersley' Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I000705  Tree1
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 

    Father Richard Parker,   b. 1729, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Apr 1813, 'Lawfield' Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years) 
    Mother Mary Beale,   b. Abt 1733, 'Chestnut Hill' North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Abt 1749  North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F22889  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Elizabeth Maria Simpson,   b. Abt 1760, Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 18 Mar 1790  Westmoreland County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2020 
    Family ID F22896  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Name: anne
      Email: annerupert@aol dot com
      Found this document at www.historiccourtrecords.org. It mentions additional relationships to Thomas Skinkler.

      Court Record Data
      Agreement Alexander Parker & wife with Richard T. Brown & wife - 1821
      Army Col. Alexander Parker went with the 5th Regiment to New Orleans in 1808-1809
      Birth Henry Parker 24 years old 26 Nov. 1814
      Birth Thomas Skinker was about 60 in 1788
      Coffin FNU McKildoe paid for a coffin - 1789
      Death William Spark died in May 1802
      Death old Hannah (aka big Hannah) (slave) died in 1814 at 54 years of age
      Death Milfred (slave) died in Dec. 1814
      Death Henry Sisson Redman died in Feb. 1789
      Death Betty (slave) died in 1802 at the Bristor Mines
      Deed of Gift Thomas Skinker to Eliza Maria Parker - not recorded - 1794
      Deed of Trust Lucy Spark to Alexander Parker - Westmoreland Co. - 1804
      Defendant Alexander Parker (aka Gen. Alexander Parker); Elizabeth Parker (extrx.); Henry Sisson Redman (aka Henry Scisson Redman) (decd.); James Spark (exor.); William Spark (decd.); William Spark Jr. (infant); Richard E. Parker
      Deponent / Affiant Thomas Spence Sr.; William C. Chandler (42); Elliott T. Minor (28); Henry Parker; William McClenahan; Thomas Stowers; John Murphy; Daniel Carmichael; William H. Parker; Mrs. Elizabeth Brown; William Y. Sturman; Charles Muse; Molly Barnett; Baldwin M. Lee; Edward Sandford; Frances Blackwell; Thomas Simpson; James Spark; John Tayloe Lomax; Richard Croxton; Thomas Stone; George Smith; Joseph Anderson; William Skinker Jr.; John Kelley
      Doctor Dr. Thomas Thompson, family physician for Henry S. Redman
      Estate the estate of Henry S. Redman decd.
      - sales account - 1789
      - account - 1789-1818
      Family Maria Skinker, daughter of Thomas Skinker
      Family William Spark Jr., only child of William Spark (deceased in 1802) & Lucy Spark
      Family James Spark, brother of William Spark (deceased in 1802)
      Family Henry Parker, son of Alexander Parker by Elizabeth Parker
      Family Elizabeth Maria Redman :
      - wife of Henry Sisson Redman
      - niece of Thomas Skinker
      - sister of Thomas Simpson
      Family Lucy Redman, only child of Henry Sisson Redman
      Family William H. Parker brother of Alexander Parker & father of Richard E. Parker
      Family Eliza Maria Parker, niece of Thomas Skinker
      Family Thomas Skinker, uncle of Thomas Simpson
      Family Alexander Parker, son of Judge Parker
      Family Miss Susan Keith, sister in law of William Skinker
      Family Eliza Maria Parker, daughter of Alexander Parker
      Family Alexander Parker married the aunt of Mrs. Elizabeth Brown
      Fire the house of Henry Sisson Redman burned shortly after 27 Mar. 1806
      Immigration Joseph Anderson, an Italian by birth, came to the United States when he was between 15 & 16 years old - 2 or 3 years before the ARW
      Inspector Thomas Spence Sr., tobacco inspector at Nomony Warehouse - 1791-1803
      Locality Westmoreland Co.; Richmond Co.; Mathews Co.; Loudoun Co.; Fauquier Co.
      Marriage Alexander Parker -mr- Elizabeth Redman, widow of Henry Sisson Redman, in 1790
      Marriage Richard T. Brown -mr- Lucy Spark, widow of William Spark, 27 Mar. 1806
      Marriage William Spark -mr- Lucy Redman in Jan. 1801 when she was 19 years old
      Mill Gen. Lee rented Chiltons mill in 1796
      Mill the following mills were within 10 miles of the mill of Henry Sission Redman :
      - Chiltons
      - Stratford
      - Moxleys
      - Spences
      - Hutts new mill & old mill
      - Fantleroys
      - Brockenbroughs
      - McCartys
      - Washingtons
      - Austin Brockenbroughs
      - Kelleys
      - Popes
      - Lees
      - Coxs
      - Turbervilles
      - Beales
      - Sandfords
      - a mill called the double mill
      Overseer Elliott T. Minor, overseer for Alexander Parker - 1814-1818
      Overseer William McClenahan, overseer at the plantation of Henry Sisson Redman decd. for 6 years, starting in 1789
      Overseer Joseph Anderson, overseer for Thomas Skinker for about 30 years
      Plaintiff Richard T. Brown; Lucy Brown
      Runaway Phill (about 40) went off to the enemy in Aug. 1814 (the same day that Kinsale was burned)

      [nb: the enemy likely refers to the British forces during the War of 1812)
      Slave Rose; Manuel - property of the estate of Solomon Redman
      Slave Guy (55 in 1801) (miller); Nannie (40 in 1815); Edgar (18 in 1815); Shepherd (15 in 1815); Jerry (4 in 1815); Nelson (died at age 10 months in 1814); William (died at age 2 in 1818); Willoughby (died at age 23 in 1793); Aaron; Phill; Bett (25 in 1801); Jude; Lyllar; Edmund; Lucy & children Edmund, Frank & Laurinda (7 in 1815); Patt; Joice; Hannah (14 in 1815); Sib (died at age 18 in 1801), Davey (15 in 1801), Kendall (14 in 1801), Easter (11 in 1801), John (3 in 1801), Arrina (died at age 4 in 1806) & Maria (died at age 2 in 1806), children of Pegg; Evelina (died at age 1 in 1801); Cyrus (died at age 9 in 1808), Izzard (13 in 1815), Lousia (died at age 4 in 1805), George (6 in 1815), Nelly (5 in 1815), Cordelia & Eliza (twins) (3 in 1815), Thaddeus (2 in 1815) & Solomon (not 1 in 1815), children of Nancy; Vincent (18 in 1815), John (15 in 1815), Eliza (died at age 4 in 1810), Edmond (13 in 1815), Frank (died at age 5 in 1812) & Jeremiah, children of Lucy (36 in 1815); ! Alford (died at age 1 in 1807)), Tom (died at age 4 in 1812) & Mary (3 in 1815), children of Jenney (26 in 1815); Milford (aka Milfred) (died at age 30 in 1814), child of old Hannah (53 in 1801); Dinah (50 in 1801); Dick (28 in 1801); Rose (20 in 1801); Milley (24 in 1801); Peggy (58 in 1819); Peter (39 in 1819) (1 hand useless from being burned when young - part of hand burned off - arm contracted); Lewis (aka Louis) (crippled) (26 in 1818), Reuben (24 in 1818), Daniel (23 in 1818), Phoebe (aka Phebia) (breeding woman) (21 in 1818) & Dianna (18 in 1818), children of Betty; Dinah (girl); Peg (40 in 1801) (cook) (insane & sick for 2 years following the loss of some of her children by fire) - property of Henry Sisson Redman
      Slave Bow; Harry; Jack; Tom; Solomon; Absolom; Dick; Landon - property of Alexander Parker
      Slave Gen. Parker exchanged Betty for Peg, owned by William Spark, in order to accommodate Betty whose husband was owned by William Spark
      Slave Barsheba - given by Thomas Skinker to Dr. Peake who married a niece of Thomas Skinker
      Slave Hannah - given by Thomas Skinker to Eliza Maria Parker
      Will William Spark - Westmoreland Co. - 1802
      Administrative Information
      Record titleBrown & ux vs Parker & ux and Parker & ux vs Brown & ux
      Year recorded1821
      Record ID218-5
      End Notes
      Preserved byCity of Fredericksburg
      Processed byBarry McGhee
      Extracted byBarry L. McGhee
      Extracted on5/12/2005
      HUTCHERSON, William, Berkeley Parish, d. Feb 27, 1771, p. Feb 16, 1775. Wit. James Cearnell, Beverley Winslow, Anne Parker, George Stubblefield, Julius Lane. Ex. William Parker and Alexander Parker. Leg. wife Ruth, my plantation and the whole of my estate during her widowhood, and afterwards to be divided thus, son William and son John one shilling each as they have already been provided for; son Robert, the half of my land whereon I now live; son Charles, the remainder of the tract whereon I now live; daughter Hannah and daughter Mary Ann, the wife of Henry Coleman. (pg 109)

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