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Looking for Parks family in Iowa, Ohio and Pennsylvania

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Looking for Parks family in Iowa, Ohio and Pennsylvania

Surnames: PARKS
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on 2002-07-14 12:09:27

William_P has been a Family Tree Circles member since Dec 1969. is researching the following names: PARKS.

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by mamakin45 on 2008-02-29 13:59:18

I have Parks in Iowa My husband is Thomas Parks his father was Thomas Parks Sr,Grandfather Arnold Parks GG John Parks. I do not have alot of info on John and do not have anything further back. Arnold lived around the Fort Dodge area in Moorland.

by Idescend2 on 2008-03-11 18:12:50

FYI - I entered these PARKS families in my book "IOWA CONNECTIONS". Perhaps you'll find a connection.

Charles S. Parks mrd Jennette Henderson on 7/4/1870 in Chickasaw Co., Iowa

David M. Parks served in the 44th Ia. Inf., Co. H, in the Civil War

Edna Parks was a teacher at Maple Grove School, Boone Co., 1897-98.

Grace Parks taught school in Beaver, Boone Co., in 1894.

Levi Parks was killed on 8/2/1864 at Nick-A-Jack Creek, GA. while serving with the 16th Ia. Inf., Co. K., in the Civil War.

Martha Parks married Silas Fisher on 6/16/1868 in Chickasaw Co.

Mary Jane Parks married Nelson FOx on 12/25/1860 in Chickasaw Co..

Samuel S. Parks was wounded at Shiloh on 4/6/1862 and was captured on 8/27/1864. He served with the 16th Ia. Inf., Co. K..

Thomas S. Parks was authorized, for 10 years, to keep a ferry across the Mississippi at a certain point in Jackson Co.. (1842)
Betty Larsen Berentson

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