William T. Parker

William T. Parker (son of Parker, Solomon)
William T. Parker served in the 62nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment, and earlier served in the 37th North Carolina Infantry Regiment. 
William T. Parker and his son Samuel J. Parker (Parker, Samuel J.), both served in the 62nd Regiment, North Carolina. His son, Benjamin Parker (see below) was killed in "The Battle of Mechanicsville." Numerous relatives fought in the 62nd North Carolina Regiment with William T. Parker.
William T. Parker's sister, Mary Parker (Parker, Mary), married his wife's brother (brother-in-law), Americus Queen (Queen, Americus). Americus Queen served and fought in the 25th North Carolina Infantry Regiment. See: Queen, Americus H. (See notes below.)
Birth: ABT. 1817 N.C.
Gender: Male
Father: Parker, Solomon
Mother: Massengale, Elizabeth
Marriage: 11 OCT 1839 in Haywood Co., N.C.

Queen, Lucinda 
Birth: ABT. 1818 N.C.
Gender: Female

Father: Queen, William B.
Mother: Nicholson, Mary

Parker, Benjamin
Birth: ABT. 1840 N.C.
Death: 27 JUN 1862 Richmond, Va. "The Battle of Mechanicsville, Virginia."
Gender: Male
Parker, Mary A.
Parker, Samuel J.
Parker, Jeremiah
Parker, Daniel Javan
Parker, Solomon Hutson
Parker, Deborah Laura
Parker, Dicey N.
Birth: ABT. 1858 Jackson Co., N.C.
Gender: Female
Parker, Robert Henry


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Samuel J. Parker married Ester Jane Carson on March 8, 1864.
3-8-1864 Samuel Parker Jane Carson Nathan Coward

More About Americus Queen:

Americus Queen's brother, Benjamin Nicholson Queen (Queen, Benjamin Nicholson Rev.), was a 2nd Lieutenant in the 62nd North Carolina Regiment. Muster record: Queen, Benjamin N.

More about Rev. Benjamin Nicholson Queen

Name: Benjamin Nicholson Queen
Sex: M
Title: Rev.
Birth: 6 MAY 1831 in N.C.
Death: 6 JAN 1908 in Jackson Co., N.C.
_ELEC: 1872 Co. Commissioner (Republican)
Military Service: BET 1861 AND 1865 2nd Lt., Co G, 62nd N.C.REGT.
Probate: JUN 1856 Sued by Martha Hooper for bastardy bond; confessed
Burial: AFT. 6 JAN 1908 Sols creek cemetery, Jackson Co., N.C.
CAST: 1903 Founding pastor, Big Ridge Baptist Church
CAST: 1859 Founding pastor, John's Creek Baptist Church
CAST: 1861 Founding pastor, Sol's Creek Baptist Church

Muster Records
 Parker, William T. 37th North Carolina Infantry Regiment
Parker, William 62nd North Carolina Infantry Regiment