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INDEX

PARKER   
Beaurie    
Timothy

James B
  ch
Peter
James
Josiah

FELTON

HAYES
Priscilla
Timothy
William
Jacob
William
 Peter
 Peter
 Peter
 Peter
 John
also
 Elizabeth
 Benjamin
 James
 William
 Peter

BROWN
 Betsy
 James
 ?Samuel 

MINCHEW
Cloe
Maximilian
Richard
Richard
Henry

BOND
Mary
Richard
Richard

MAUDLIN
Sarah
Ezekiel

WRIGHT
 Mary
 Joseph

YEATES
Elizabeth
John

SLEDGE
Martha
Charles

CLARKE
Mary
Robert

FLAKE
Elizabeth
Robert

MOORE
Katherine
John

PARKER-2
 Christian
 Priscilla
 Robert
 Richard
 Richard
 Richard 

ROUNTREE 
 Hortense JohnAbner
 Solomon
 Abner
 ?Robert
  Robert
  Robert  
 also
  William
  Charles 
  Francis 
  John

LASSITER
 Allen
 Josiah

BLANCHARD

SANDERLIN 
 Emily Jane
 Dorsey
 Joseph
 Collingsworth
  
 Robert
 John
 James

WALKUP
Lydia
Samuel
John

SAWYER
Charity
 Evan

BARECOCK
Sarah
Thomas

JENNINGS
 William

HUDGINS
 Amelia
 Josiah
 Humphrey
 Humphrey
 Robert H
 Robet
Thomas

FOSTER
Louisa
John
John
Richard
Thomas

RIDDICK
 Ann
?Abraham
also
 Mary  
 John   
  John
 

PARKER
 Browsholme 
 Macclesfield
   of Surry
 of S Hertford 
 of MapleLawn
Joe of NH 
Tom of Bertie
Joe of Bertie 
Elisha of NH 
Saul of NH

KING

HOLLAND

SUMNER

 4th gen -Sally's great-great-great-great-great Grandparents: 2X's also
Sally's great-great-great-great-great-great Grandparents
 
sample #p35 dna results show this family belongs to
  Family Group #7 -Mills PARKER,  b 1762. — Haplogroup R1b1b2

Richard Parker III ca 1676 - ca 1750 his parents 
& Miss Swann? ca 1677 - 
|  her parents 
& Hannah 1xxx - ca 1755
|  her parents
of Nansemond County, Virginia
and [Drum Hill Community, Gates Co] Chowan Co, North Carolina


           This is my working hypothesis - the way I see it as of this moment!! 


1697, Richard Parker patented land joining his father's land.
1731, Richard Parker was the Justice of Peace in Chowan Co, NC.
1731 Vestryman of St Paul's Parish, re-elected 1738 and 1740 
1731 Church Warden 
He signed his will 22 September, 1749;
 it was proved in April Court 1752 in Chowan Co, NC 
       and letters issued July 17, 1752. 
The will must have been misplaced as shown by the following deed

Chowan Co NC (Bk H -1-249) 21 Dec 1751
 Richard Parker of the upper parish of Nancemond Co to Daniel Parker of Chowan Co in NC., 350 A ..love and good will ..towards sd Daniel Parker his uncle, but more especially for sum of 10 sh . .land in Chowan Co. . whereon sd Daniel Parker now liveth...beg at Peter Parker’s Mill swamp thence binding on the lands of Richard Parker and John Moore or on land which sd Daniel bought of Fra Pugh, then by 1mt on or near the county line, then to corner in Galberry pocoson, then to tree in the fork of Mare Branch, down the sd Mare Branch to 1st sta. .which sd tract was granted to Richard Parker grandfather to the partie to these presents who never had disposed of the same in his life time and dying without will that is known of the sd land descend to sd Richard Parker as heir at law to his Grandfather . . .Richard Parker.  wit: John (S) More, John Benton, Demsey Sumner, Jurat


Children of Richard Parker III & first wife  Miss Swann? (family tradition)
1. William Parker ca 1693 - 1743/49
 
            land grant 14 Aug 1723 had died prior to 1749
     married  ?
      a. Richard Parker ca 1723 - 1764 Nansemond Co VA
           i. David Parker
           ii. Ede Parker

      b. William Parker
2. Elizabeth Parker ca 1695 - bef 1752
     married Isaac Hunter ca 1690 - 1753
3. Daniel Parker ca 1696 - 1780 land grant 1718
     married Mary
4. Ann Parker ca 1698 - 
     married Spivey
5. Jonathan Parker 1700/1710 Chowan Co NC - 1788 Granville Co NC
      married Charity Benton ca 1718 - 
                  dau of John Benton will 25 Feb 1748/49
      a. William Parker bef 1733
      b.  Rachel Parker 
          married bef 1788 Mr. Dixon  
      c.  Jesse Benton Parker 1739 - aft 1797 Gates Co
            married 1st Lucy Wilkerson
            married 2nd Piety Harris (NSDAR records)
      d. Elizabeth Parker single or married a Parker?
      e. Persilia/Priscilla Parker ca 1741 Chowan Co - 1817 Granville Co NC
            married John Badgett 1740 - Nov 1810 Granville Co NC
      f. Zilphea Parker ca 1744 -
            (Isaac Hunter's will 1753 

       g. Cader Parker 1745 Chowan Co NC - 12 Aug 1780 Granville Co NC
      married 2nd by 1760 Ann Copeland
     
a. Jemima Parker
           married George Forsythe
      b. Elizabeth Parker
           married 4 July 1781 Granville Co NC Joseph Hester 1756 NC - 1802 NC
      c. Pharaba Parker
      d. Samuel Parker 1763 Granville Co NC - 5 Jan 1809 Wake Co NC
      e. George Parker
           married 17 Aug 1792 Granville Co NC Piety Harris
      f. Elijah Parker 1768 Granville Co NC - 1853 Bedford Co TN

6. Peter Parker ca 1703 - bef 1778
      married  
7. Robert Parker ca 1718 - 1797  
     married  1st ?  
     married ca 1775 2nd Priscilla Riddick
     married 3rd bef  1781 Abigail ----
8. Jonas Parker ca 1709 - 1775 (Orange Co NC)
     married Rebecca (Persons or Bumpas)
9.  Alice Parker ca 1712 -
      married  Daughtrey

Children of Richard Parker and ?Hannah ---:
10. Jacob Parker ca 1717 - aft 1770
11. Stephen Parker ca 1719 - ?1759/79
12. Patience Parker ca 1721 - 
       married Thomas Fryer
13. Richard Parker ca 1724 - by Aug 1783 dsp  no issue
14. Francis Parker 1727 - 1791 (Gates Co NC)
      married Pheraby d 1807


Va Pat Bk 9 pg 142 To all whereas now know ye that I the said Sir Edw’d Andros, K’nt Gov, do with the advice and consent of the Council of State accordingly give and grant unto Richard Parker one hundred acres of land with- - - -Marsh the greater part adjoining lying and being in the county of Nans. at a place called Hook’s Neck in the Southern branch and Joyning to the other lands of said Parker’s father’s beginning at mouth of a small Creek or gut a little below a small of woods land and running up to the main branch side near north west one hundred and thirty poles til it turns at a point of marsh and then South West or near thereabouts by the branch side passing by a long point of woodland one hundred and twenty poles then south east to a marked white oak standing by the woods side and so extendeth over several points one hundred thirty five poles by and old line of marked trees of the sd Parker’s father’s to a marked gum standing on a point by or near the Marsh North east or near thereabouts to the forementioned small cr. or gut and running accoding to the overall turnings and windings thereof till it comes to the marsh where it first begun including the said quantity the one hundred acs. of land was formerely granted unto Mr Richard Parker deserted and is since granted unto his son Rich’d Parker by order of the general Court bearing the date ye 15th Apr. 1697 and is further due unto him by and for the transportation of two persons unto this Colony whose names are to be in the records mentioned under this patent to have and to hold to beheld yielding and paying provided dated the 26th of Apr. 1698.


Va Pat Bk 9 pg 144 To all whereas now know ye that the said Edw’s Andros, Knt, Gov, with advice and consent of the Council of State accordingly give and grant unto Richard Parker four hundred acres of land situate or being in the southern br. of Nans. Riv. beg. at a marked white Oak and running for breadth ENE to a marked gum 200 P butting on the land of Will Wright and so again for length SSE 320 P to a marked gum and so again for length NNW 320 P joyning to his own land to the first mentioned marked tree ye sd 400 acs of land was formerly granted unto Mr Richard Parker by patent dated 15th of Oct 1654 and renewed in his name by order of Quarter Court and also granted by pat. dated Mar. 18th 1662 to the sd. Rich. Parker and by him and twice granted  to the patentee by order of ye Gen Court dated Apr 15, 1697 and is due by and for the Trs. of 8 pers. into the colony whose names are to be in records mentioned under this patent to have and to hold which to be held & yielding and paying as provided. Apr. 26, 1698 - - Orris, Tony, Mingo, Will, Jacov, Juno, Venus.


Oct 15, 1698 Richard Parker 48 ac Nans Co ES Br of Nans Riv adj to Thos Parker, Thos Harrell, Thos Duke & Richard Parkers cross Swp. H. R.


Pat Bk 10 pg 10 Richard Parker Upper Par, Nans Co (NL) 44 ac on E Side Southern Br Nans River near head of Olivers Run. Apr 28, 1711 Adj land of Francis Mace. H.R. Thos Burbee


Pat Bk 10 pg 185 Richard Parker 302 Ac. (June 16, 1714) NL Upper Nans. on Hoods Mare Br. Near head of Bennets Cr.


Pat Bk 10 pg 388 Richard Parker (LL) Up Par. Nans. near head of Bennet Cr. beginning at Richard Parker’s corner in Hoods Mare Br. near Davey’s Mare Br. &c July 12 1718 granted Samuel Parker July 16, 1714 upon condition of seating and planting which he failed to do. (No grant)


Pat Bk 10 pg 388 Daniel and Jonathon Parker (LL) 304 Up Br. Bennets Cr. on Hood Mare Br. July 12, 1718 granted to Richard Parker July 16, 1714 upon condition of seating a c 10sh.


Chowan Prect. #1541 p 342--Jonathan Kitterell of Chowan Prect. to Richard Parker of the Upper Parish of Nansemond Co VA. 23 Mar 1723 for 10 Barrels of good Tarr 50 acres more or less; joining John Stallings, White Pott Pocoson, Thomas Beaglin and the sd Kitterell part of a patent to the sd Kitterell dated 4 July 1723 Wit: George Spivey, James Spivey. Ack 26 Mar 1723 before C Gale, Ch Just. Reg 6 Apr 1723.


Pat Bk 14 pg 137 Richard Parker of NC 399 ac up Par of Nans adj his own; the County Line, Thos Odom, John Williams and Thos Goff Crossing Phebes Br to Edw Roberts Sept 28 1730


Pat Bk 14 pg 296 Richard Parker of NC 388 ac of Marsh land in Up Par of Nans. adj his own land and land of Joseph Horton Aug 24, 1731.


Will: In the name of God Amen I Richard Parker of Chowan County in the Province aforesaid do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say first I give my sole unto the hands of God who gave it and my body to be buried at the descretion of my Executors here after named and what worldly goods I have, I do dispose thereof as followeth:
  Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my son Richard Parker my land and plantation where I now live bounded by a branch from the Mouth thereof up the said branch to a marked white Oak thence along the said Branch side by a line of marked trees to a gum thence up the said branch to a marked tree standing in the for of the said branch thence up a line of marked trees into a Pocoson a corner tree Thence runing a long a line marked trees in the fork of the Litell Mare Branch from thence runing down the said branch to a white Oak standing by the side of the Mill Pond from thence crossing the mill pond to the first station containing about five hundred acres I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath my son Daniel Parker the plantation and land where he now liveth containing about three hundred and fifty acres and bounded as followeth—beginning at Mill Swamp so bounding on the East Line of the land already made a long a line of marked trees a corner tree thence runing along John Mores line thence running along a line to John Mores corner tree thence running along a line of trees in or near the County Line thence running along a line of trees to a corner tree standing in the Gaulberry Pocoson thence to a marked tree standing in the Fork of the Mares Branch so down the said branch to the first station I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my son Francis Parker parsel of land containting about three hundred and fifty acres and bounded as followeth beginning at a marked pine standing by a pond and near the County Line thence along the County Line to a marked tree in Charles Russels line so along Russels line to a marked pine a corner tree standing in the head of a Branch so down the said Branch as far as the parcel extendeth thence joining on the land formerly belonging to the John Williamson and Thomas Goff so binding on John Harris land to a corner tree in his line thence by a line of marked trees to corner tree standing in the Pocoson thence by several ------- to the first station I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my son Stephen Parker the Plantation and land that I bought of Moses Hall and of Mike Jones containing about two hundred and twenty acres I say to him the said Stephen Parker and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my son Francis Parker the tract of land I took up & surveyed lying on Sommerton Swamp and containing eighty two acres I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my said sons Richard Parker, Peter Parker, Daniel Parker, Stephen Parker, Robert Parker, Francis Parker and to each of them fifty acres of land lying on Mehearon Pocoson below Pughs Ferry I say to them and their heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my sons Richard Parker, Stephen Parker, Francis Parker the land I purchased of John Small lying on the Timber Pocoson containing about two hundred acres I say to them and their heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my son Richard Parker fifty acres of land I purchased of H Kittlelin lying near the Lossing Swamp I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath my friend John Benton a parcel of land joyning on Bennets Cr and Bentons land and so along the Bay Br upon the provision that he pays forty three barrels of Tarr if he justly pays the Tarr to me or my four young sons I say then land to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my grandson Richard Parker five shilling currant money of Virginia I say to him in full for his part of all my Estate movable and unmovable.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my grandson William Parker five shilling currant money of Virginia I say to him in full for his part of all my estate moveable and unmovable I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my said son Robert Parker the Plantation and land I bought of James Ellis containing about sixty acres I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my fore said son Robert Parker five shilling cash to him in full for his part of my personable estate I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my said son Peter Parker my water Mill Stones and five Shillings cash to him in full for his part of my personable estate I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Parker five cows and one Mare named Boney Branded with H formerly belong to Joseph Horton to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my son Jonathan Parker three pieces of seven eights linnen to him in full part of my personal estate I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my son Jonas Parker my negro girl named Doll to him in full for his part of my personable estate I say to him and his heirs forever.
  Item- I give and bequeath to my three daughters Elizabeth Hunter, & Ann Spivey & Alice Daughtrey ten Shillings apiece I say to each of them in full for their share of my personable estate.
  Item- All the remainder of my Estate of what nature or Kind so ever I leave to be equally divided amongst my five children namely Jacob, Stephen, Francis, Richard, & Patience.
  I nominate and appoint my loving wife and my son Peter Parker to be executrix and Executer of this my last Will and Testament and I do hereby revoke dismiss annul and make void all former wills by me here to fore made in witness where of I gave here unto set my hand and fixed my seal the twentith second day of September in the year of Christ one thousand seven hundred forty nine.                  Richard Parker
Wit: John Williamson, Wm. Doughtie, John Moore
Chowan Co. April Court 1752; Letters issued 17 July, 1752.


Richard Parker was elected to the Vestry of St. Paul’s Parish, Chowan Co, NC in 1731, 1738 & 1740. Jonathan Parker was elected to Vestry in 1744 &1746; Peter Parker in 1755.


In April 1741-- Richard Parker, Isaac Hunter, Thos. Walton, & John Sumner were appointed to have two "chappells" built—each to be 35’ long by 22 ½ ‘—one at James Costen’s & one at James Braddey or thereabouts. Jonathan Parker had built one at the Knotty Pine by April 1742.


 sample #p35 dna results show this family belongs to
 
Family Group #7 -Mills PARKER,  b 1762. — Haplogroup R1b1b2

Daniel Parker ca 1696 - 1780  |  his parents
& Mary  
|  her parents
of Gates Co NC


Daniel Parker & Mary had:
1. Luke Parker ca 1721 - pr1780
     a.  Daniel Parker (before 1780)
2. Mary Parker ca 1724 
    married  -------- Chitrel

     a. Willis Chitrel (before 1780)
3. Judith Parker ca 1727 
    married  -------- Griffin

      a. William Griffin (before 1780)
4. Abigal Parker ca 1730 
    married  ------- Chitrel

      a.  Benjamin Chitrel  (before 1780)
5. Sarah Parker ca 1733-living 1780 
    married  ---- Horton
6. Dempsey Parker ca 1741 - 1807
    married  Mary -----

     a. Miles Parker ca 1762 - 1822 
       married 1784 Mary Tugwell
 
             Div of Miles Parker land 1822: 
        i. Nancy Parker
        ii. Robert Parker 
        iii. Demsey Parker 1790 - 1873
               married Francis Hargis 1798 - 1890
        iv. William Parker
        v. James Parker 
        vi. Miss Parker d by 1826
             married bef 1822 Harrison Vann 1790 - 1871 MS
       vii. Mary Parker
      viii. Penny Parker
        ix.  Miles Parker 1789 - 1848 Gates Co NC
             married Mary will 1856 Gates Co NC

                  1. Mary Parker
                  2. Louisa Parker
                  3. Margaret Parker
                        married Wiley Parker
                  4. Sarah Parker
                  5. Thomas Jordan Parker 1835 - aft 1880 Chowan Co

     b. Edith Parker
         married ca 1783 John Vann bef 1755 - bef 1815
            i. Jesse Vann 1784 - 1860/70
            married Cinthia ? ca 1791 -

        ii. Harrison Vann 1790 - 1871 MS   rem to MS in 1870
           married bef 1822 Miss Parker dau of Mills Parker
           married 20 Feb 1827 Julia Ann Fields 1800 - spring 1870 MS
                   dau. of Mills R Fields

        iii. Dempsey Vann 1797 - ca 1863 
              married Sarah ca 1800 - 1850/60

     c. Robert Parker d bef 1807
         married

7. Isaac Parker ca 1743
8. Robert Parker ca 1745 - 
9. Ruth Parker 1747
    married  1765 Micajah Riddick  1744-1804

      a. Robert Riddick 1766-1845
         married Elizabeth Moroney 1770-1836

           i. Franklin Riddick
           ii. Louisa  Riddick
               married  Isaack Riddick Hunter

      b. Micajah Riddick Jr 1768-1822
          married Elizabeth Riddick 1772-1836
                  dau of James Riddick & his wife Martha Sumner
      c. David Riddick
         married Mary Horton
      d. Jethro Riddick
          married Elizabeth Sumner
      e.  Jane Riddick
            married Noah Felton
       f. Ruth Riddick
           married 1st Edward Riddick

              i.  Lassiter Riddick 
           married 2nd 1816 Reuben Riddick
           married 3rd Lemuel Riddick
       g.  Anne Riddick
           married Abraham Morgan
       h. Elizabeth Riddick
           married Aaron Pierce


Jonathan Parker ca 1700 -
& Charity Benton
of Gates Co NC


builder of Knotty Pine Chapel 1741/42

Jonathan Parker & Charity Benton had: Chowan Co
1. William Parker bef 1748/9
2.  Rachel Parker 
     married bef 1788 Mr. Dixon  
3.  Jesse Benton Parker 1739 - aft 1797 Gates Co
     married 1st Lucy Wilkerson
     married 2nd Piety Harris (NSDAR records)
4. Elizabeth Parker
5. Persilia/Priscilla Parker ca 1741 Chowan Co - 1817 Granville Co NC
      married John Badgett 1740 - Nov 1810 Granville Co NC
6. Zilphea Parker ca 1744 -
        (Isaac Hunter's will 1753 
7. Cader Parker 1745 - 12 Aug 1780 Granville Co NC dsp

Hi Sally, this is the family of Priscilla Parker Badgett daughter of Jonathan and Charity Benton. Note the name of her son Benton.
Wayne


Descendants of Priscilla Parker


Generation No. 1

1.  PRISCILLA6 PARKER  (JONATHAN5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1733 in Chowan Co., N.C, and died Abt. 1817 in Granville,Co. N.C..  She married JOHN BADGETT.  He was born 1740, and died 11 1810 in Granville,Co. N.C..

More About PRISCILLA PARKER:
Fact 1: 8 4 1817, Will of Priscilla Badgett prover by Johm P. Hunt and John P. Hunt Jr.
Fact 2: 8 4 1817, James and Jesse Badgett qualified as exscutors.

Children of PRISCILLA PARKER and JOHN BADGETT are:
i. PETER7 BADGETT, b. 12 23 1759.
ii. WILLIAM BADGETT, b. 7 23 1762.
iii. JAMES BADGETT, b. 1768; m. MARGARET HARRISON.
iv. ANDREW BADGETT, b. 3 13 1771.
2. v. BENTON BADGETT, b. Abt. 1776, Granville,Co. N.C.; d. 1828, Maury Co.,TN.
vi. JESSE BADGETT, b. 9 10 1777.
vii. DRUCILLA BADGETT, b. 1778.
viii. JONATHAN BADGETT, b. 1781.

More About JONATHAN BADGETT:
Fact: 11 10 1818, Living in Sumner Co.,TN.


Generation No. 2

2.  BENTON7 BADGETT (PRISCILLA6 PARKER, JONATHAN5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1776 in Granville,Co. N.C., and died 1828 in Maury Co.,TN.  He married LAVINIA PARTEE 1 23 1802 in Granville,Co. N.C., daughter of CHARLES PARTEE.  She was born 1780 in Granville,Co. N.C., and died Aft. 1850 in Little Rock,Arkansas.

Notes for BENTON BADGETT:
Notes for Benton BADGETT
Moved to Maury County, Tenn. in about 1813. After death of Benton in 1828, all of this family with the exception Mary moved to Little Rock, Arkansas.
From Bentley Badgett's notes.

Children of BENTON BADGETT and LAVINIA PARTEE are:
i. SAMUEL P.8 BADGETT.
ii. WILLIAM BENTON BADGETT, m. ELIZABETH "BETTY" HOWARD.

Notes for WILLIAM BENTON BADGETT:

 Jesse B. Badgett, one of the signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Born around 1807 in North Carolina. He and his brother, William Badgett, left Little Rock, Arkansas for Texas in November, 1835, where they enlisted in the Army of Texas.
Jesse B. Badgett joined the command of Colonel Travis at the Alamo. Badgett and Samuel A. Maverick were elected by the men at the Alamo to represent them at the Convention of Texas. Badgett left San Antonio for Washington on February 17. Thus both Badgett and Maverick were absent from the Alamo at the time of the slaughter by General Santa Anna. William had also been at the Alamo, but left with General Houston's forces before the battle took place.
From The Signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence by Louis Wiltz Kemp. The Anson Jones Press, Houston, Texas. 1944



3. iii. JESSE B. BADGETT, b. 1806; d. Bef. 1860, Crittenden County, AR.
iv. NOAH H. BADGETT, b. 6 6 1808, Granville,Co. N.C.; d. 8 22 1879; m. LUCETTA S. BLURTON, 1831, Little Rock Ark.; b. 10 2 1818; d. 4 30 1879.

More About NOAH H. BADGETT:
Burial: Mount Holly Cem., Little Rock, ARK

Notes for LUCETTA S. BLURTON:
Lucetta S Badgett
Birth:   Oct. 2, 1818
Death:   Apr. 30, 1879
 
Lucetta S. Blurton married Noah H. Badgett on June 23, 1831, in Pulaski County, Arkansas. She was a stepdaughter of businessman John McLain, who owned a store in Little Rock. Noah moved to Little Rock and began working as a clerk for Mr. McLain in about 1826. Noah eventually became a partner in the business (known for many years as Badgett & McLain), and was sole owner after Mr. McLain's death.

 
Note: Wife of Noah H. Badgett
 
Burial:
Mount Holly Cemetery
Little Rock
Pulaski County
Arkansas, USA
 
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
 
Record added: Oct 6 2006
By: Ms. Terry Burris 
 
 
 


More About LUCETTA S. BLURTON:
Burial: Mount Holly Cem., Little Rock, ARK

v. MARY BADGETT.
vi. TENNESSEE BADGETT.


Generation No. 3

3.  JESSE B.8 BADGETT (BENTON7, PRISCILLA6 PARKER, JONATHAN5, RICHARD4, RICHARD3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born 1806, and died Bef. 1860 in Crittenden County, AR.  He married MARGARET "MARY" A..  She was born 1823 in KY, and died 4 2 1896 in Marion, Arkansas..

Notes for JESSE B. BADGETT:
Jesse B. Badgett, one of the signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Born around 1807 in North Carolina. He and his brother, William Badgett, left Little Rock, Arkansas for Texas in November, 1835, where they enlisted in the Army of Texas.
Jesse B. Badgett joined the command of Colonel Travis at the Alamo. Badgett and Samuel A. Maverick were elected by the men at the Alamo to represent them at the Convention of Texas. Badgett left San Antonio for Washington on February 17. Thus both Badgett and Maverick were absent from the Alamo at the time of the slaughter by General Santa Anna. William had also been at the Alamo, but left with General Houston's forces before the battle took place.
From The Signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence by Louis Wiltz Kemp. The Anson Jones Press, Houston, Texas. 1944

February 7, 1836: The men of the Alamo elect Sam Maverick and Jesse Badgett to represent them at the Convention at Washington-on-the-Brazos.


Jesse B. Badgett, 29, from Arkansas, officially represented Bexar, but was elected by the volunteers in the Alamo. Bexareños did not believe that the newly arrived troops should be allowed to vote, but the soldiers elected Badgett and Sam Maverick, and sent them with a petition for the Convention to seat them, which was accepted without debate. With no hard feelings, once in Washington Badgett shared a rented house with Bexar’s other delegates, Francisco Ruiz and Jose Antonio Navarro, and Harrisburg’s Lorenzo de Zavala. Badgett was lost to history after an apparent return to Arkansas.
 

From book: The Signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence
by Louis Wiltz Kemp, The Anson Jones Press, Salado Texas MCMLIX pp. 6-7 
[This excerpt is taken from the account of Jesse Badgett. It was published in the Arkansas Gazette in Little Rock on April 12, 1836 and appears to be the source which mistakenly identified Dr. Edward F. Mitchusson as being from Virginia--a mistake which was long repeated.]

Title: LATEST FROM TEXAS-DIRECT
Text: Mr. Jesse B. Badgett, who was one of a small party who left Little Rock, for Texas, last fall, and who was a member of the late convention at Washington, the Seat of Government of Texas, returned to this place, on Sunday evening last, direct from that country, and has communicated to us the following highly interesting war news from the theater of war.
San Antonio, as heretofore stated, was taken by storm, by a overwhelming force, commanded by Gen. Santa Anna, in person, early on the morning of the 6th ult. The whole force of Col Travis, at its capture, was only 183 men, (14 of whom were on the sick list, and unable to take part in the battle.) They were ALL SLAIN. The seige lasted 14 days and nights, and, from the best information that could be obtained from a Mexican deserter, the Mexican loss during the siege amount to 881 killed and about 700 wounded... The following names of such of the officers who fell in defending San Antonio, as are recollected by Mr. Badgett:...Dr. Mitcherson of Va....
 


More About MARGARET "MARY" A.:
Burial: Elwood Cem.,Memphis,Shelby County,TN

Children of JESSE BADGETT and MARGARET A. are:
i. MARSHALL9 BADGETT, b. 1844.
ii. GREOGE R. BADGETT, b. 1849; m. SARAH; b. 1853.
iii. MARY JESSE BADGETT, b. 1851.
iv. DORA BADGETT, b. 1854.
v. REUBEN BADGETT, b. 1858.

Jonas Parker
& Rebecca
of Orange Co NC


 

Jonas Parker & Rebecca had: Orange Co, NC
1. Richard Parker
2. Stephen Parker
3. David Parker ca 1760 - 1834 Granville Co, NC
     married Chloe Adcock bef 1772 - aft 1817 Granville Co NC

      a. Sarah Parker 1798 -
           married Henry William Jones 1793 - 1871 Granville Co NC
      b. Nancy Parker 
            married Nicholas Jones

4. Powell Parker 
       married Nancy Lumpkin
5. Francis Parker
6. Abner Parker
7. Winny Parker
8. Sally Parker
9. Betty Parker


Francis Parker 1727 - 1791  |  his parents
& Pheraby
 d. 1807  |  her parents
of  Gates County NC


Francis Parker 1727-1791 & Pheraby had:
1. Miles Parker 1766 - 1841
    married Martha Saunders widow of Lawrence d 1815
    married 2nd Mary Ann

     a. Martha Ann Parker d 1841
     b. Mary Jane Parker d 1841
     c. Lemuel E Parker ca 1818 - 1851
          married ca 1841 Emily Joyner ca 1815 - ca 1865

           i. Texana T Parker Dec 1842 - 1930
               married 12 Sept 1865 Leonard Edwin Cross 1833 - 1893
          ii. Martha E Parker ca 1845 -
                married bef 1867 William Mac Goodman
          iii. Miles Harrison Parker ca 1847 - by 1860
          iv. Margaret Ann Parker 1850 -

       Emily married 2nd 31 Aug 1858 Elisha Cross
2. Wilday Parker d bef Aug 1795
3. Bethany Parker
4. Polly Parker d bef Nov 1807
5. Edith Parker
6. Salley Parker
7. Abigail Parker


 
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