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Decendants of John Parchman b. ca. 1770
Posted by: Dan Parchman Date: January 23, 2001 at 12:38:56
In Reply to: Re: Aquilla/Jesse/Wylie/Jesse tree by Marcia Brewer Cox of 161


Like you, I am descended from John Parchman.

Here is my decendancy:
Dan Harold Parchman - self - b. July 22, 1948, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Willard Harold Parchman - father - b. December 29, 1911, Shawnee, Oklahoma, moved to Oklahoma City, ca. 1935.
John Tull Parchman - grandfather - b. September 11, 1863, in Henderson, Tennessee, moved to Texas, then Shawnee, Oklahoma.
John H. Parchman - great-grandfather - b. 1838, Henderson County, Tennessee.
James Parchman (Parchment) - great-great-grandfather - b. 1801, in Stewart Co., Tenn., moved his family to Henderson County by 1830.
John Parchman (Parchment) - great-great-great-grandfather - b. between 1770 and 1775, in BedFord County, Pa., moved to Stewart Co., Tenn. in 1789 as one of the first settlers of the Cumberland River Valley.
Nicholas Parchmann (Parchment) - great-great-great-great-grandfather -b. ? - was in BedFord County, Pa. in 1773 from Germany.

I would be very interested in learning more about our branch of the family, if you would like to share information.

You can "visit" me and my wife Elaine at our web site,

Best Regards,

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