Hi Johnna. Good to hear from you again! You replied in Dec '02 to a message I posted Dec '01 verifying for me that Amy Parliment, wife of John Morgan, was indeed a daughter of William and Mary (___) Parliament (unfortunately my email address changed between those dates and I didn't know you had replied - thank you for your messages, sorry I hadn't checked the Forum for several months (and GenForum had no way of notifying me)).
Might I ask what else you may know about William and Mary Parliament's family? I haven't found much else except for what is in the 1850 census of Monroe, Orange NY - though it 'appears' they may have moved to Hohokus Twp, Bergen NJ by 1860 and to Paterson, Passaic NJ by 1870 (research by Valerie Glassman found the 1855 census which says William was born Rockland Co - Valerie Glassman is also trying to learn if William and Mary had a daughter Mary b. abt. 1831 who married Edward Jones abt 1848).
Do you know if William was a brother of your David? Interesting, David's sister Mary also married a Morgan (William), and David's daughter Margaret married a Morgan (Henry). I don't know the relationships of those Morgans to my John who married Amy Parliament in 1836 but would certainly suspect they are related.
Another possible connection is to the Black family. John and Amy (Parliament) Morgan's daughter Sarah Morgan m. Matthew Black in 1853. Matthew Black's brother Edward Black m. Hannah Parliament in 1855 at Monroe NY. The birth/death dates I have for Hannah (Parliament) Black matches up to Hannah, daughter of William and Mary Parliament.
Mary (___) Parliament's death record in Michigan does not give her maiden name, only that she was born about 1803 in NY and died 23 Nov 1885 at Victor Twp, Clinton MI. She is buried at Reed Cemetery in Victor Twp with her daughter Amy Morgan.
Thank you very much for your re-reply! Anything you could tell me about the families would be greatly appreciated.
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