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Joe Wiley Parnell Family

I am looking for any ancestors of Joe Wiley Parnell. He was born
in 1900. He married Jewel Deering Parnell in Texas. He had 3 children. He lived in Pampa, Gray, Texas. He passed away in Pampa
in 1971.

My husband, R.C. Parnell, knows very little about his father
except that his father lied about his age so that he could enter WWI.
He served in the trenches. He never went back to his Parnell family.
He never told his wife or children about his other Parnell family.

Surnames: JOEWILEYPARNELL
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by margaretsmalleyparnell Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2008-12-26 15:44:37

margaretsmalleyparnell , from Texas, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Nov 2008. is researching the following names: SMALLEY, PARNELL.

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by allycat on 2008-12-26 16:08:56

Dear Margaret, Hi. I had a little look and this is all I could find.

The Death Master File (DMF) from the Social Security Administration (SSA) contains this record:- Check these out at TribalPages. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen, click on search which is underlined, then click on Search USA records to find names of individuals who died in the USA.

Full Name: JOE PARNELL
Birthdate: 1900, May 12
Death Date: 1971, May
City, State: Pampa, TX.

FamilySearch has an IGI Individual Record listing his social security nos.

Joe PARNELL
Birth Date: 12 May 1900
Death Date: May 1971
Social Security Number: 463-05-4946
State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: Texas

Death Residence Localities
ZIP Code: 79065
Localities: Pampa, Gray, Texas


Perhaps you should try joining up as a RootsChatter then going to their Emigrants to United States board to see if you can find out more by posting lookup requests.

Good luck,
EDITOR.

by allycat on 2008-12-26 16:11:07

Oh, and the GenForums are always worth a try:-

PARNELL Family Genealogy Forum

You will have to register first (free) before you can post a new message.

by margaretsmalleyparnell on 2008-12-27 06:51:28

I certainly appreciate your help. The biggest thing we need now is to found out who his father and mother was. It has been very hard to get a line on my father-in-law's history. He never told
his family much about himself. The only thing
that my husband remembered was that his Dad drove a wagon from New Mexico to Texas. He was only 10 years old when he made the trip by himself.
Thanks again.

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