Name: Lewis Parker
Given Name: Lewis
Birth: 31 Aug 1867 in Kentucky 1 2
Death: 25 Jul 1955 in Tucumcari, Quay Co., NM 1
Burial: Hassell, Quay Co., New Mexico 1
Change Date: 23 Nov 2013 at 16:38
1900 Fannin Co., Tx, Pct. No. 5, Honey Grove City, Ward 4, ED 76; June 14; sheet 20
393/396 West Main St.
Lewis Parker 32 Aug 1867 M7 Ky Ky Ky Carpinter
Jennie " wife 25 Nov 1874 M7/3/3 Tx Tn In
Katie " dau 6 Mar 1894 S Tx Ky Tx
Nellie " dau 4 Feb 1896 S Tx Ky Tx
Dimice " dau 1 Nov 1898 S Tx Ky Tx
Both adults can read and write. They rent a house. Lewis was unemployed 0 months.
1910 Quay Co., New Mexico, SE corner of Township 6, Precinct 27, Orton, ED 153; Apr 18; sheet 2A
Lewis Parker 42 M1/16 Ky Ky Ky Carpenter/House
Jennie " wife 36 M1/16/6/6 Tx Tn Ind
Katie " dau 15 S Tx Ky Tx A
Nellie " dau 13 S Tx Ky Tx A
Mattie " dau 11 S Tx Ky Tx A
Maggie " dau 9 S Tx Ky Tx
Robert " son 5 S Tx Ky Tx
Melvin E. " son 2 S Tx Ky Tx
A = attended school. Lewis owns an unmortgaged farm. He was unemployed 6 weeks in 1909. Morris Blackburn lives at 27/27 and Ermser Blackburn lives at 28/28.
1920 Quay Co., NM, Orton Precinct # 25, ED 147; Jan 23,24; sheet 2A
Lewis Parker 53 Ky Ky Ky farmer/General Farm
Jennie " wife 45 Tx Tn Ind
Maggie " dau 19 Tx Ky Tx teaching school rural
Robert " son 15 Tx Ky Tx A
Melvin " son 12 Tx Ky Tx A
Walter " son 8 NM Ky Tx A
Billy " son 5 NM Ky Tx A
David " son 2 5/12 NM Ky Tx
The farm is owned and mortgaged. A = attended school. Morris Blackburn lives at 28/29 and Sam Blackburn lives at 26/27.
1930 Quay Co., New Mexico, Precinct 25 Orton, ED 19-26; Apr 12; sheet 1B
Louis Parker 62 M27 Ky Ky Ky Carpenter/House
Jennie " wife 55 M19 Tx Tn Ind Post Master/fourth class office
Robert " son 25 S Tx Ky Tx None
Melvin E. " son 21 S Tx Ky Tx None
Walter M. " son 19 S NM Ky Tx None
Billy H. " son 15 S NM Ky Tx None
David E. " son 12 S NM Ky Tx None
He owns his home, lives on a farm, and doesn't have a radio. Sam B. Blackburn lives at 20/20.
On November 6, 1901 W. B. Collins and wife Edith sell to Lewis Parker for $100 in cash and 3 promissory notes ($175, $100, and $100 at 10% due June 9, 1903, 1904, and 1905, respectively) lot #9, block #3 of the Sanders Addition in Honey Grove, Fannin Co., Texas. (Fannin Co. Deed Records Vol 82, pg 32)
Lot #9 is on the south side of West Market Street. The house at 801 West Market is probably at the NE corner of block #3. If that house is lot #1 and lot #9 is the ninth lot to the west, it appears that lot #9 is in a gap 3 lots wide where there are today no houses. It is just a couple of blocks away from Lewis's father's house at 1112 West Main Street.
On April 1, 1905 Lewis Parker and his wife Jennie sell lot #9 to H. W. Brown and his wife Mary E. Brown for $65.78 in cash and assuming and agreeing to pay the principal and interest on the three notes now amounting to $284.22. These notes have been renewed and made into one note at 10% owned by Mrs. Taylor. (Vol 101, pg 196)
On August 9, 1905 H. W. Brown and Mary E. Brown, his wife, sell lot #9 to Emma Sanders for $400 ($104.35 in cash and assume and agree to pay the renewal note of Lewis Parker to W. B. Collins for $267.50 dated July 21, 1904, a renewal of 3 notes of $100, $100, and $175 dated November 6, 1901. It is to be her separate property and is to paid for out of her separate funds. (Vol 101, pg 197).
On November 6, 1901 Lewis Parker owed $375. By June 9, 1905 the 3 promissory should have been fully paid, but in April he still owed $284.22. He had reduced the principal by about $175. It appears that he was having difficulty paying for the property, and he sold it to his brother-in-law H. W. Brown. The original purchase price was $475. During 3 years and almost 5 months he had invested about $275 in cash; at the end he got $65.78, but he had had a place to live for almost 3 1/2 years.
Maybe H. W. Brown and his wife also found it difficult to pay for the house, or maybe they regarded Emma Sanders's offer as too good to turn down. They owned the property just over 4 months. They had paid $350 ($65.78 + $284.22) and sold it for $400. Alternatively they made $38.57 ($104.35 - $65.78) and had a place to live for 4 months.
Father: Marshall Emory Parker b: 7 Jan 1841 in Wayne Co., Kentucky
Mother: Catharine Grinstead b: 30 Jan 1842 in Kentucky (Madison Co.)
Jennie Hinkle b: 2 Nov 1874 in Near Red Oak, Ellis Co., Tx
2 Aug 1893
in Wichita Co., Texas 2 3
- Change Date:
24 Jul 2013
- Kate Parker b: 3 Mar 1894 in Electra or Iowa Park, Wichita Co., Texas
- Nelle Parker b: 23 Feb 1896 in Wichita Falls, Texas
- Mattie Dimice Parker b: 18 Oct 1898 in near Red Oak, Ellis Co., Texas
- Maggie Lewis Parker b: 14 Sep 1900 in Honey Grove, Fannin Co., Texas
- Robert Marshall Parker b: 30 Dec 1904 in Honey Grove, Fannin Co., Tx
- Melvin Earl Parker b: 14 Apr 1908 in Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., Texas
- Walter M. Parker b: 20 Feb 1911 in Quay Co., New Mexico
- Billy Hinkle Parker b: 22 Aug 1914 in Quay Co., New Mexico
- David Eugene (Jack) Parker b: 12 Jun 1917 in Quay Co., New Mexico
- Abbrev: Family sources
Title: Family sources
Author: H. Neal Parker
- Abbrev: Descendents of M. E. Parker and Kate Grinstead
Title: Descendents of M. E. Parker and Kate Grinstead
Author: Maggie Parker
Publication: about 1942; unpublished
See text in notes under Marshall Emory Parker.
- Abbrev: Wichita Co., Texas Marriage Records, Volume 1, 1882-97
Title: Wichita Co., Texas Marriage Records, Volume 1, 1882-97
Publication: LDS microfilm 1412934
Page: pg 203
Note: License issued August 1, 1893 in Wichita Falls to Mr. Lewis Parker and Miss Jennie Hinkle. They were married August 2 by W. P. Skeen, County Judge, Wichita Co.