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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. David Parke: Birth: 1763. Death: AFT 1851

  2. James Parke: Birth: 1783 in Hastings Co., Upper Canada. Death: 01 MAR 1873 in Kennebec Twp., Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada

  3. Eunice Parke: Birth: ABT 1785. Death: UNKNOWN


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. William Parke: Birth: BEF 29 NOV 1791 in Frederickburgh Twp., Lennox and Addington Co., Upper Canada. Death: 1834 in Richmond Twp., Lennox and Addington Co., Upper Canada

  2. Nathan Parke: Birth: ABT 1791. Death: UNKNOWN

  3. Nathaniel Parke: Birth: ABT 1792 in Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada. Death: 1877

  4. Elizabeth Parke: Birth: 1795. Death: UNKNOWN

  5. Peter James Parke: Birth: 12 JAN 1795 in Frederickburgh Twp., Lennox and Addington Co., Upper Canada. Death: UNKNOWN

  6. Rachel Parke: Birth: BEF 06 SEP 1796. Death: UNKNOWN

  7. Hannah Parke: Birth: 1798 in Fredericksburg Twp, Ontario, CAN. Death: in -, -, New York, USA

  8. Lavina Parke: Birth: 1798. Death: UNKNOWN

  9. Cornelius Parke: Birth: BEF 24 JUN 1800. Death: UNKNOWN

  10. Sarah Ann Parke: Birth: BEF 12 SEP 1803 in Ontario. Death: UNKNOWN

  11. Reuben Parks: Birth: ABT 1805 in Ontario, Canada. Death: 24 FEB 1881 in Richmond Twp., Lennox and Addington Co., Ontario, Canada

  12. Mary Parke: Birth: 13 JAN 1805. Death: 01 MAR 1886 in Fredericksburgh Twp., Lennox & Addington Co., Ont


Sources
1. Title:   Public Member Trees
Page:   Database online.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Name: Ancestry.com Operations Inc; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2006;;
2. Title:   Public Member Trees
Page:   Database online.
Author:   Ancestry.com
Publication:   Name: Name: Name: The Generations Network, Inc.;;;
3. Source:   Details: Details: Loyalist Lineages of Canada Vol 2
4. Title:   Parish Register of Rev. John Langhorn, 1787-1814

Notes
a. Note:   880. Claim of JAMES PARKE, late of Charlotte Co. N.C.September CYLIr-- PARK, his Bror., apprs.: Says his BroT .. James is blind. Is now at Oswegatchie in hopes to get assistance from a Surgeon there. 'He came to St. Johns in the Fall of '83. He had been imprisoned by the Americans for a year. On being released he came to St. Johns. Continued during the winter at St. Johns. Is a native of America. Served with Burg. Continued in the Colonies till '80, then joined Miajor Roger's Rangers. Served till the Discharge, tho. he was a prisr. part of the time. Produces his Discharge as Seargent. He had a Lease of 150 acres in the artillery Patent at Is. per acre Rent. He had a long lease, taken before ye War began. He cleared 25 acres, built a house & stable. . He had 1 Cow, Tools of various kinds, furniture, farming utensils. He had 150 Pine boards. All taken after he came to Canada. in '80. He was robbed of cloathes & money in 77, by a Continental Scouting Party. JAMES JOHNSON, Wit. : Knew Claim. He joined Burg. Afterwards, in '80, was in Major Roger's Rangers. Knew his Place, a hard farm, betwixt 30 & 40 acres improved. A Log house. Rememhers him in Possession before the war. He had a pretty stock. He had a good store of Tools.
  SOURCE: Alexander Fraser, Provincial Archivist, Digital Edition of The Second Report of The Bureau of Archives For the Province of Ontario, 1904, UNITED EMPIRE LOYALISTS ENQUIRY INTO THE LOSSES AND SERVICES IN CONSEQUENCE OF THEIR LOYALTY EVIDENCE IN THE CANADIAN CLAIMS, Toronto 1904, (Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2010) 1904- BUREAU OF ARCHIVES. 1011


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