John Parks

FatherWarren Parks (1779-1835)
MotherLydia Sackett (1778-1873)
Marriage1839Martha ___2
Marriage1882, Huntington, Hampshire County, MassachusettsGEliza J (Fisk) Smith3
John Parks, farmer, son of Warren Parks and Lydia Sackett, was born in Blandford, Hampden County, MassachusettsG, on 13 April 1811.1 He married first in about 1839, Martha ___.2 He married second in Huntington, Hampshire County, MassachusettsG, on 2 February 1882, Eliza J (Fisk) Smith.3
     In 1860 John was living in HuntingtonG and was recorded in the census as John Parks, a hotel proprietor, aged 49 and born in Massachusetts. Living with him were his wife Martha, 41, their children, Ursula, 19, and Ruth, 17, and John's mother Lydia, aged 80.4

Children of John Parks and Martha ___

 Notes & Citations

  1. Frank Sylvester Parks, Genealogy of the Parke Families of Connecticut, privately published, Washington DC (1906), digital image,
  2. Date of marriage based on birth of first child.
  3. "Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840–1915" (Ancestry image), Huntington, marriage, "2 Feb 1882, John Parks, of Huntington, 70, farmer, b. Blandford, parents Warren & Lydia Parks, 2nd m.; and Mrs Eliza J Smith, of Huntington, 28, b. Huntington, parents Rodney & Mary Fisk, 2nd m. By Frederick E Ely, JP."
  4. 1860 United States Federal Census, Page 270, FHL film 803505
    Huntington, Hampshire, Massachusetts, 13 Jun 1860
    Parks, John, 49, hotel proprietor, real estate $4700, personal estate $1000, b. MA
    Parks, Martha, 41, b. MA
    Parks, Ursula, 19, b. MA
    Parks, Ruth, 17, b. MA
    Parks, Lydia, 80, b. MA.
    [+ 10 others, presumably hotel guests]
Sackett line6th great-grandson of Thomas Sackett the elder of St Peter in Thanet
ChartsLine 3a (American)
Last Edited31 Jan 2022
Sackett Database25517 John Parks

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