Frances Lydia Parker

(10 October 1851 - )
      She was possibly the Fannie mentioned in Lydia Radford's letter to her aunt. Frances Lydia Parker was born on 10 October 1851 in Morpeth, New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Skottowe Parker and Jane Phillips. Frances Lydia Parker was christened on 15 November 1851 in Morpeth. Frances Kydia, daughter of John Scottoe & Jane Parker, of Morpeth, gent, born 10 Oct 1851.

George Edward Parker

(8 April 1849 - 15 December 1928)
     George Edward Parker was born on 22 January 1849 in Rosewood, New South Wales. He was christened on 8 April 1849 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales. He was the son of Henry Harding Parker and Anne Mary Cross.
     George died on 15 December 1928 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales, aged 79.

Harding Parker

(1701 - 1772)
     Harding Parker was born in 1701.
Harding Parker married Catherine Neville before 1730.
     Harding died in 1772. He was an alderman..

Children of Harding Parker and Catherine Neville

Henry Harding Parker

(15 November 1804 - September 1849)
     Henry Harding Parker was born on 15 November 1804 in Passage West, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Richard Neville Parker and Margaret Skottowe.
Henry Harding Parker married Anne Mary Cross on 27 July 1829 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales. Henry Harding Parker, of this parish, bachelor & Anne Mary Cross of this parish, spinster by special licence, with consent of her parents, 27 July 1829, by me, John Cross, chaplain..
     Henry was Superintendent of Agriculture. He took over from his brother William when he was dismissed. Thestsablishment closed in 1832. in New South Wales between 1831 and 1832.
     Henry died in September 1849 in New South Wales, Australia, aged 44. In the 1841 census on New South Wales he was listed as living at Hastings River, Town and County Macquarie, District Port Macquarie. (Return Number 56, Item ID 949, Page No. 99, Reel No. 222).
Parker, Henry H. Died: Sept. 1849. Aged 44 years. At: New England on the station of Gilbert Elliott on his way to Port Macquarie. (Sydney Herald 1848-1851 Index).

Children of Henry Harding Parker and Anne Mary Cross

Henry Harding Parker

(between 1766 and 1772 - 1798)
     Henry Harding Parker was born between 1766 and 1772. He was the son of Michael Parker and Anne D'Esterre.
Henry Harding Parker married Ann Skottowe, daughter of John Skottowe, in 1790. At Chesham, Henry Harding Parker, esq, of the county of Corke, and lieutenant in the Royal Navy, to Miss Skottowe, daughter of the late Jn S, esq., governor of St Helena.
     Henry died in 1798. Lost at sea while in command of H B M's 24 gun brig "Viper"..

Child of Henry Harding Parker and Ann Skottowe

Henry Harding Parker

(2 March 1833 - )
     Henry Harding Parker was born on 2 March 1833. He was the son of Henry Harding Parker and Anne Mary Cross. Henry Harding Parker was christened on 7 April 1833 in Port Macquaire, New South Wales.

Henry W Parker

     Henry W Parker married Winifred Doris Minter, daughter of Ernest James Minter and Elizabeth Frances Grimes, in June 1928 in Edmondton RD, Middlesex.

Isabella Amelia Parker

(10 January 1841 - 1895)
     Isabella Amelia Parker was commonly known as Bella. She was born on 10 January 1841 in Hopewell, Hinton, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of John Skottowe Parker and Jane Phillips. Isabella Amelia Parker was christened on 8 April 1841 in Paterson. Isabella Amelia, daughter of John Skottowe & Jane Parker, coroner, of Hopewell, Hinton. Born Jan 10th..
Isabella Amelia Parker married Alexander Carrick on 31 July 1861 in Dunedin, New Zealand. A marriage announcement in the Sydney Morning Herald described Alexander Carrick as a merchant and Isabella Amelia Parker as third daughter of J N Parkers, City Coroner, Sydney. They had no issue.
     Isabella resided at Park Terrace, Christchurch, New Zealand.
     Isabella died in 1895 in 100 Park Tce, Christchurch, New Zealand. The Star reported on 19 August 1895: Carrick - August 18, at 100 Park Terrace, Christchurch, Isabella,wife of Alexander Carrick. She is buried at Linwood cemetery.

James Charles Parker

     James Charles Parker was also known as Charlie in records.
James Charles Parker married Henrietta Ruby, daughter of Henry Sarjent Ruby and Sarah Ann Walling, on 1 March 1892 in Midland, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada.
     James Charles Parker and Henrietta Ruby were listed in the 1901 census in Medonte, Simcoe District, Ontario. Jas C Parker, 34, born 15 Sep 1866 England, arrived 1886?, Methodist, merchant; his wife Henrietta 33, born 25 Nov 1867, England, arrived 1879, Methodist; children Spencer T, born 9 June 1892. aged 8, Albert E 6, born 7 Nov 1894, Gertrude 5, born 10 March 1896, Beulah 2, born 9 March 1899.
     James Charles Parker and Henrietta Ruby were listed in the 1911 census in Main St, Coldwater, Simcoe East District, Ontario. James Charles Parker, 44, born Sep 1866 Engalnd, Methodist, baker, shop; his wife Henrietta 43, born Nov 1867, Ontario [sic], Methodist; children Spencer Thomas, 18, born June 1892, baker, Albert Edmund 17, born Nov 1893, operator, railway station, Florence Gertrude 15, born March 1896, Sarah Beulah 12, born March 1899.

Children of James Charles Parker and Henrietta Ruby

Jane Parker

(30 August 1818 - before 17 June 1883)
     Jane Parker was christened on 30 August 1818 in Gt Finborough, Suffolk.
     Jane Parker married James Grimwood as his second wife, on 5 July 1848 in Ringshall, Suffolk.
     Jane Parker and James Grimwood were recorded on the 1851 census in Ringshall. James Grimwade, aged 40, born Ringshall, Jane aged 32, born Gt Finborough, Frederick aged 19 born Ringshall, Zedekiah aged 13, born Ringshall, Louisa aged 11, born Ringshall.
     Jane Parker and James Grimwood were recorded on the 1861 census in Ringshall. James Grimwood, aged 51, labourer, born Ringshall, with his wife Jane 42, born Gt Finborough and granddaughter Maria aged born Barham.
     Jane Parker and James Grimwood were recorded on the 1881 census in Ipswich Road, Ringshall. James Grimwood married aged 70, born Ringshall with his wife Jane aged 62, born Finborough and a lodger Charles Garrod, unmarried, aged 56, born Ringshall, sexton & labourer.
     Jane died before 17 June 1883 in Ringshall, Suffolk. She was buried on 17 June 1883 in Ringshall.

Jessie Alma Parker

(1892? - 27 December 1967)
     Jessie Alma Parker was born in 1892? In Hawthorn, Victoria. The 1892 JAP was the daughter of Samuel Phipps Parker & Rosina Elizabeth Parker. However her death certificate suggests she was born in 1895 at Surrey Hills..
Jessie Alma Parker married Leslie Marten Colbert, son of Francis O Colbert and Margaret Ryan, in 1922 in Victoria.
     Jessie and Leslie were registered at 249 Union Rd, Canterbury/Surrey Hills, Victoria, on the between 1925 and 1927 electoral roll.
     Jessie and Leslie were registered at 2 Albert Crescent, Surrey Hills, Victoria, on the 1928 electoral roll.
     Jessie and Leslie were registered at 15 Stanley St, Box Hill, Victoria, on the 1931 electoral roll.
     Jessie and Betty were registered at 19 Kent St, Box Hill, Victoria, on the 1936 electoral roll.
     Jessie was registered as Off line re-do at Victoria on the 1943 electoral roll.
     Jessie died on 27 December 1967 in Dandenong, Victoria. Jessie Alma Brown, daughter of Parker & unknown. Her usual residence was Flat 6, Block 8, Mary St, Richmond, age 72. Parents details and maiden name unknown. The informant was her sister in law M Warren, of 87 Miller St, Thornbury. She was cremated at Fawkner on 28 Dec. It stated that she was born in Surrey Hills. Her first marriage was to Martin Leslie Colbert, at age 19, and secondly to Edward Ford Brown, at 51 in Carlton. She was still married at her death. Her children were listed as Elizabeth Maude, deceased; Curtis James 3, Nestor Ethel, 39, Leslie John 37; no issue from the second marriage. E F Brown died 11 April 1986 and was also cremated ther on the 16th..

Child of Jessie Alma Parker

Children of Jessie Alma Parker and Curtis Colbert

Jessie Alma Parker

(1915 - )
     Jessie Alma Parker was born in 1915 in Richmond, Victoria. She was the daughter of Jessie Alma Parker.

John George H Parker

( - 1869)
     John George H Parker was the son of Richard Neville Parker and Hannah Maria Newsom.
     John died in 1869.

John Skottowe Parker

(6 November 1803 - 10 July 1866)
     John Skottowe Parker was born on 6 November 1803 in Passage West, Passage West, Monkstown/Marmullane, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Richard Neville Parker (1772-1834) & Margaret nee Skottowe who was born on St Helena Island when her father, John Skottowe, was Governor there. Her mother was Margaret Greentree, who was born on the island.
His father was Mayor of Cork, 1826-1828. Richard Neville Parker died in 1832, leaving a daughter Sarah H Skottowe Parker who married Herbert Gillman who died in 1877; Richard Neville Parker born 1799 who married in 1824 Hannah Maria Newson, daughter of John George Newsom. Their son John George N Parker died in 1869 and another son Richard Neville Parker married Henrietta French daughter of Thomas G French who died 1866. He was the son of Richard Neville Parker (1772-1834) & Margaret nee Skottowe who was born on St Helena Island when her father, John Skottowe, was Governor there. Her mother was Margaret Greentree, who was born on the island.
His father was Mayor of Cork, 1826-1828. Richard Neville Parker died in 1832, leaving a daughter Sarah H Skottowe Parker who married Herbert Gillman who died in 1877; Richard Neville Parker born 1799 who married in 1824 Hannah Maria Newson, daughter of John George Newsom. Their son John He was the son of Richard Neville Parker (1772-1834) & Margaret nee Skottowe who was born on St Helena Island when her father, John Skottowe, was Governor there. Her mother was Margaret Greentree, who was born on the island.
His father was Mayor of Cork, 1826-1828. Richard Neville Parker died in 1832, leaving a daughter Sarah H Skottowe Parker who married Herbert Gillman who died in 1877; Richard Neville Parker born 1799 who married in 1824 Hannah Maria Newson, daughter of John George Newsom. Their son John George N Parker died in 1869 and another son Richard Neville Parker married Henrietta French daughter of Thomas G French who died 1866. He was the son of Richard Neville Parker (1772-1834) & Margaret nee Skottowe who was born on St Helena Island when her father, John Skottowe, was Governor there. Her mother was Margaret Greentree, who was born on the island.
His father was Mayor of Cork, 1826-1828. Richard Neville Parker died in 1832, leaving a daughter Sarah H Skottowe Parker who married Herbert Gillman who[Protestant society and politics in Cork 1812-1844, Ian d'Alton. Cork University Press, 1980].
His mother, Lucy was the grand-daughter of Thomas Skottowe of Ayton Hall, Gt. Ayton Yorkshire, who paid for the education of Capt James Cook. Her father was John Skottowe, Governor of St Helena 1764-82.
     Waterford: Yesterday in Georges St, in the 72nd year of his age, John Skottowe Esq. formerly a captain in the 3rd Regt of Horse, a gentleman universally beloved; he was an affectionate husband, a tender parent, a sincere friend, which makes his death lamented by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance". Footnote: 3rd son of Thomas Skottowe of Little Melton, Norfolk and Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of Christopher Coulson of Ayton Hall, Yorks. He m. Elizabeth Berkley of co. Carlow and left 2 sons, Coulson, murdered in 1798, and Charles who m. a niece of Jemmett Browne, Archbishop of Tuam. A few years after John Skottowe's death, his nephew Thomas Skottowe (who had been the last colonial Secretary to the Council of South Carolina and who had married Mary daughter of Edmund Bellinger, 3rd Landgrave of South Carolina) also settled in Waterford. His sons were Sir Edmund and Sir Nicholas; the latter was one of the founders of the Atkins & Skottowe Bank in Waterford. See Philip Skottowe, "The Leaf and the Tree", 1963. [no.180, 4-8 Jan 1771, Ramseys Waterford Chronicle, reprinted in The Irish Genealogist 4:6 (1973)].
     One of his brothers was William Skottowe Parker who died 12 Nov 1839 at Clarfield, Port Macquarie who was also Superintendent of Agriculture Port Macquarie [see Passing of a century / L J Parker, 1935, Mitchell Library B772, re Parker family of Port Macquarie; and R Darlings's despatches 1828, 1830 1203 p.951, 953, 1207 p.35, 1204 p.237, 1205 p.847, 206 p.366; Bourke's despatches 1210 p.240]; 1830 Land grant A820 p.208d. He arrived before the regulations re land grants of 1826 or 27 were issued. Concerned with H F White surveyer. His death notice states that William Skottowe Parker, was the second son of the late Richard Neville Parker, of Cork, Ireland.
     His other brother (in Australia) was Henry Harding Parker who left issue.
     Another presumed family link was William Parker born at Cork in 1778 who led a party of Irish immigrants to the Cape of Good Hope in 1820. He was the son of Michael Parker and Ann D'Esterre, and grandson of the Mayor of Cork City, Hugh Harding Parker and his wife Catherine Ann Neville... He left Ireland to supervise family interests in the West Indies and resided in Barbados in 1811. He returned to Ireland in 1822 and settled at Passage West, dying there on 18 October 1837. One of his sons Norcott D'Esterre Parker born 1819 was a solicitor in Cork City. He later sailed his own vessel from Hong Kong to the California gold diggings and was never heard of afterwards. [Dickson, G B, Irish settlers to the Cape: a history of the Clanwilliam settlers from Cork Harbour. Cape Town : AA Balkema, 1973]. He was the son of Richard Neville Parker and Margaret Skottowe.
     John Skottowe Parker arrived in 1818 at Sydney, New South Wales, from The three Parker brothers emigrated to NSW from Ireland. Their father was Mayor of Cork in 1828. They were great grandsons of the Yorkshireman Thomas Skottowe of Ayton Hall, Great Ayton, who according to legend, was the first to recognize the ability of the young James Cook, son of James Cook, the bailiff on his estate..
On September 26 1827, he requested permission to sail to Port Macquarie.
     John Skottowe Parker was employed by He was appointed there from Norfolk Island in August 1828 as Superintendent of agriculture at Eagle Farm, Moreton Bay from August 1828, Brisbane, Queensland.
John Skottowe Parker married Jane Phillips, daughter of James Phillips and Lydia Ballard, on 21 August 1831 in Christ Church, Newcastle. John Skottowe Parker, Bachelor aged 26 of Moreton Bay & Jane Phillips, spinster aged 20 of the parish of Middlehope married by licence with consent of parents 23 Aug 1831. In presence of Lydia Phillips, Middlehope, Jas Phillips, Middlehope, Frederick Garling of Sydney.
John Skottowe Parker was listed in a directory dated between 1833 and 1834 at Brisbane, Queensland. 1833 J S Parker, Moreton Bay & John Parker Maitland (Raymonds 1833 directory). In 1834 Superintendent of Agriculture, Moreton Bay. John was a coroner from 1839, in Paterson, New South Wales. He was appointed coroner, Paterson by Governor Gipps. John was the coroner from January 1841, in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia. In January 1848 he was appointed coroner at Maitland. The Blue books list him as coroner at Paterson & Maitland.
In 1842 he was signatory as member of Association for obtaining permission to import coolies from India ... to NSW.
     John Skottowe Parker and Jane Phillips travelled in February 1846 per the "The Matiland Mercury on 25 Feb l 1846 reported that Mr & Mrs Parker & 4 children were passenger about ship 'St George', departure ex Sydney to London".
After 1847, he was described as a gentleman. He was a churchwarden in St James, Morpeth, New South Wales, in 1849.
31 May 1851, Maitland mercury: Coroner John S Parker - remark about medical men and their qualifications.
3 Nov 1851 autograph - petition against Maitland [Cattle] Gazette Bill Am65.
     John Skottowe Parker was employed as Coroner for the District of Sydney on 3 June 1856, Sydney.
     John resided at Cooks River Rd, Sydney, New South Wales, 1863.
     John died of hepatitis on 10 July 1866 in 'Kingston'?, Newtown, New South Wales, aged 62. He was Coroner for the City and District of Sydney at his death in Kingston in the parish of Petersham. The informant was his nephew George H Hawkes, First Officer on board the Mail Steamer, Madras. He was buried on 12 July 1866 in St Peter's, Cook's River, Petersham, New South Wales.

Children of John Skottowe Parker and Jane Phillips

Lydia Phillips Parker

(18 December 1833 - before July 1866)
     Lydia Phillips Parker was born on 18 December 1833 in the parish of Middlehope, Maitland, New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Skottowe Parker and Jane Phillips. Lydia Phillips Parker was christened on 2 March 1834 in Christ Church, Newcastle.
     Lydia died before July 1866.

Mabella Ann Parker

(1 April 1776 - 28 March 1829)
     Mabella Ann Parker was born on 1 April 1776 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Michael Parker and Anne D'Esterre.
Mabella Ann Parker married William Parker D'Esterre, son of Norcott D'Esterre and Anna Parker, on 24 February 1806. They had no issue.
     Mabella died on 28 March 1829 aged 52.

Margaret Anne Skottowe Parker

(12 July 1835 - 1 February 1850)
      Fore more information, see: https://gw.geneanet.org/mpress1?lang=en&n=parker&oc=0&p=margaret+anne+skottowe. Margaret Anne Skottowe Parker was born on 12 July 1835. She was the daughter of Henry Harding Parker and Anne Mary Cross. Margaret Anne Skottowe Parker was christened on 10 August 1835 in Port Mcquarie, New South Wales. Margaret Anne Skottowe, daughter of Henry Harding and Ann Mary Parker, Cedar Party, settler, born 10 August.
     Margaret died on 1 February 1850 aged 14.

Margaret Phillips Parker

(31 July 1832 - 25 January 1848)
     Margaret Phillips Parker was born on 31 July 1832 in Paterson, Middlehope parish, New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Skottowe Parker and Jane Phillips. Margaret Phillips Parker was christened on 2 March 1834 in Newcastle.
     Margaret died on 25 January 1848 in 'Burwood', Hinton, New South Wales, aged 15. The Maitland mercury, 5 August 1856 reported the death of Margaret Phillips Parker, daughter of J S Parker at Burwood, Hinton, aged 15. She was buried on 27 January 1848 in St Paul's churchyard, Paterson, New South Wales. She is buried in the Phillips family vault.

Margret Ann Skottowe Parker (Kinsman)

(9 September 1802 - )
     Margret Ann Skottowe Parker (Kinsman) was born on 9 September 1802 in Passage West, Cork, Ireland. She was the daughter of Richard Neville Parker and Margaret Skottowe.

Mary Parker

(circa 1790 - )
     Mary Parker was born circa 1790 in Barking, Suffolk.
Mary Parker married Abraham 1 Sutton on 1 July 1811 in Combs, Suffolk.

Mary Ann Florence Parker

(10 November 1844 - )
     Mary Ann Florence Parker was born on 10 November 1844 in Hinton, New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Skottowe Parker and Jane Phillips. Mary Ann Florence Parker was christened on 10 March 1845 in Paterson. Mary Ann Florence, daughter of John Scottowe & Jane Parker of Hinton, coroner.
Mary Ann Florence Parker married Edward Denny Day Jr on 31 July 1866 in Christ Church, Newcastle, New South Wales. Marriage of Edward Denny Day junior of Rockhampton to Mary Florence Parker, daughter of John Skottowe Parker, Coroner of Sydney.
     Mary resided at Queensland, 1915.

Mary Tisdale Parker

(circa 1835 - 7 December 1851)
     Mary Tisdale Parker was born circa 1835. She was the daughter of Richard Neville Parker and Hannah Maria Newsom.
     Mary died on 7 December 1851 in Waterview, Passage West, Cork.

Michael Parker

(1730 - 16 September 1791)
     Michael Parker was born in 1730. He was the eldest son of of Alderman Harding Parker of Passage West, and had 3 sons and 8 daughters including Mabella, who maried cousin William Parker d'Esterre. He was the son of Harding Parker and Catherine Neville.
Michael Parker married Anne D'Esterre, daughter of Henry D'Esterre (2) and Lucia Norcott, on 3 March 1761 in Dublin, Ireland. Parker, Michael of Killbrooke co Cork, Esquire and D'Esterre, Anne of the parish of St Mary's Dublin, spinster, dated 14 Feb 1761.
     Michael died on 16 September 1791 in Passage West, Cork, Ireland. Parker, Michael of Passage co Cork, dated 27 August 1791 Proved 24 Oct 1791. Son Henry Harding Parker- wife Ann Parker once DeEsterre - second son Richard Nevill Parker - dau Eliza Ann Boland, daughters Anne and Catherine - uncle Richard Nevill, Esq - daughters Allice and Luocia - brother William Parker - Brother in law Norcott De Esterre - third son William, daughters Judith, Dorcas & Mabellla.

Children of Michael Parker and Anne D'Esterre

Michael Parker

(20 July 1796 - )
     Michael Parker was born on 20 July 1796 in Passage West, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Richard Neville Parker and Margaret Skottowe.

Nicholas Skottowe Parker

(1795 - )
     Nicholas Skottowe Parker was born in 1795. He was the son of Henry Harding Parker and Ann Skottowe.

Norcott d'Esterre Parker

(26 March 1847 - 18 May 1863)
     Norcott d'Esterre Parker was born on 26 March 1847 in 'Burwood', Hinton, Butterwick parish, New South Wales. He was the son of John Skottowe Parker and Jane Phillips. Norcott d'Esterre Parker was christened on 12 April 1847 in Butterwick parish, New South Wales. Norcott de'Esterre, son of John Scottow Parker & Jane, of Butterwick, gentleman. Born 26 March 1847.
     Norcott died on 18 May 1863 in Cooks River Rd, New South Wales, aged 16.

Rachel Owen Parker

(14 April 1838 - 22 April 1926)
     Rachel Owen Parker was born on 14 April 1838 At Moreton Bay, on the 14th ultimo, the Lady of J. S. Parker, Esq., Superintendent of Agriculture, of twins, a boy and girl. in Eagle Farm, Queensland. She was the daughter of John Skottowe Parker and Jane Phillips. Rachel Owen Parker was christened on 22 April 1838 in Moreton Bay. Rachel Owen, daughter of John Scotto Parker & Jane Parker of Eagle Farm, agriculturalist.
Rachel Owen Parker witnessed Richard Ryther Steer Bowker and Lydia Frances Phillips's wedding on 11 November 1858 in St Paul's, Paterson.
Rachel Owen Parker married William Mathew Hodgkins on 19 September 1865 in St Paul's, Dunedin, New Zealand.
She bequeathed her daughter Frances her short stature and sharp features. They lived at 32 Royal Terrace, Dunedin.Towards the end of 1869 they moved to Cumberland St, Northcote. In 1878 they returned to Royal Terrace at Claverton House. In the early 80s they left Dunedin to live in Waira, a more modest dwelling in Ravensbourne, a small surburban hamlet about two miles from the city. In 1881 they visited Australia. In 1889 they shifted from Waira to Cranmore Lodge, Melrose, on the hills above Dunedin, renting a 13 room house with room to keep poultry and a cow. In 1897 they again moved to a smaller house in Roslyn, a middle class suburb. A month after her husband's death they moved to a rented cottage in Castle St North, a mixed, rather seedy quarter of town. Frank had taken a job in the country and only Bert, a clerk in one of the city offices, was left with Frances and their mother. By 1903 Rachel and her sons Bert & Percy were renting a samll wooden house (hardly more than a cottage) in Devon St, a mile or so from her daughter's fashionable house on Wellington Terrace. See photograph on p.49 of Rachel, Isabel & her children there (held at Alexander Turnbull Library). By 1905 she shared a house with daughter Frances in Rosina Terrace as her sons had married. There is another photograph taken in 1923.
     Rachel Owen Parker and William Mathew Hodgkins travelled to Melbourne, Victoria, in 1881.
     Rachel resided at 'Waira', Ravensbourne, 1884.
     Rachel resided at 'Cranmore Lodge', Waverley St, Dunedin, 1889. This was subsequently named Wallace St in the suburb of Melrose. It was demolished in the early 1960s.
     Rachel resided at Pacific St, Dunedin, 1897.
     Rachel died on 22 April 1926 in Wellington, New Zealand, aged 88.

Children of Rachel Owen Parker and William Mathew Hodgkins

Richard John Parker

(12 August 1847 - 1916)
     Richard John Parker was born on 12 August 1847 in Rosewood, New South Wales. He was the son of Henry Harding Parker and Anne Mary Cross. Richard John Parker was christened on 17 May 1848 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales.
     Richard died in 1916.

Richard Neville Parker

(17 January 1774 - 30 July 1832)
     Richard Neville Parker was born on 17 January 1774 in Ireland. He was the son of Michael Parker and Anne D'Esterre.
Richard Neville Parker married Margaret Skottowe, daughter of John Skottowe, on 1 October 1795. At Passage, near Cork, Richard Neville Parker, Esq. to Miss Margaret Skottowe, daughter John Skottowe, Esq. late Governor St Helena.
     Richard died on 30 July 1832 in Passage West, Cork, aged 58. July 30 at Waterview, Passage-West, Cork, Richard Neville Parker, Esq., one of the oldest magistrates of that county, and Alderman of Cork. He was Mayor of Cork in 1826 & 1827. He was buried on 2 August 1832 in St Mary's, Marmullane, Passage West, Cork.

Children of Richard Neville Parker and Margaret Skottowe

Richard Neville Parker

(26 July 1799 - 23 September 1871)
     Richard Neville Parker was born on 26 July 1799 in Passage West, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Richard Neville Parker and Margaret Skottowe.
Richard Neville Parker married Hannah Maria Newsom on 15 January 1824.
     Richard was was a solicitor in Cork, Cork, Ireland.
     Richard died on 23 September 1871 in Cork aged 72. The Parker family were resident at Passage West from the early eighteenth century and were prominent in the life of the city, including Harding Parker who was Mayor of Cork. In 1875, Hanna Maria Parker, executrix of Richard Neville Parker, offered for sale the demense lands and Mansion House of Waterview, Passage West, in the barony of Kerrycurrihy, county Cork. The sale notice indicates the property was held by fee farm grant from members of the de Vesci family..

Children of Richard Neville Parker and Hannah Maria Newsom

Child of Richard Neville Parker