Joseph Parke, Sr., of Salisbury

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Joseph Parke, Sr., of Salisbury

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Groton, New London, Connecticut
Death: September 08, 1760 (73-81)
Salisbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Nathaniel Parke, Sr. and Sarah Parke
Husband of Mary Parke
Father of Sarah Bevin; Joseph Parke, Jr.; Mary Adams; Elizabeth Baylies; Daniel Parke and 4 others
Brother of Daniel Parke; Nathaniel Parke, Jr.; John Parke; Ezekial Parke; Isaac Parke and 7 others
Half brother of Phoebe Parke

Occupation: Weaver
Managed by: Adrienne Gail Watkin
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About Joseph Parke, Sr., of Salisbury

He lived at Groton, Preston, Middletown, Sharon and Salisbury, Conn. The History of Sharon, Conn., say that: "Joseph Park came from Middletown. He sold his farm in 1746 and moved to Salisbury. Had two sons Smith and Daniel. Smith lived here until 1780, when he moved to New Canaan, NY. Daniel moved away in 1762." In the Groton town records there is record of a deed, dated Nov. 24, 1724, by Joseph Park, of MIddletown, to Jacob Parke, of Groton, selling: "All my right and title to ye house and land which my Honored Father Nathaniel Parke, late of Groton, deed., which he died possessed of, which fell to me as part of my portion," etc. Joseph Parke was a weaver in Groton, in 1721; resided in Middletown from about 1724 to about 1736; in Sharon to about 1744, and in Salisbury for a few years, being one of the original members of the Congregational Church in Salisbury.


Son of Nathaniel Parke and Sarah Geer. Married Mary Smith, who was not the daughter of John Smith & Hannah Williams of Hingham, and the widow of Josiah Paine of Rehoboth, on Oct 25, 1709 in Groton, Connecticut. 7 children.

Family

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Mary Smith was born circa 1686.

She married Paine.2

Mary Smith married Joseph Parke, son of Nathaniel Parke and Sarah Geer, at Preston, New London Co., Connecticut, in February 1709/10.3

Mary Smith died before 1757 at Salisbury, Litchfield Co., Connecticut.

Family 1: Paine

Family 2: Joseph Parke b. c 1682, d. Sep 1760

Children

  1. Rachel Paine Parke b. 18 Aug 1708
  2. Josiah Parke b. 1709
  3. Sara Parke b. 3 Nov 1710
  4. Joseph Parke+ b. 23 Sep 1712, d. 19 May 1768
  5. Mary Parke b. 24 Feb 1715
  6. Elizabeth Parke b. 1717
  7. Daniel Parke+ b. 12 Apr 1719
  8. Smith Parke+ b. 5 Nov 1721, d. 12 Feb 1807
  9. James Parke+ b. 14 Jan 1724/25, d. May 1776
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Joseph Parke, Sr., of Salisbury's Timeline

1682
November 8, 1682
Groton, New London, Connecticut
1708
August 18, 1708
Preston, New London, Connecticut
1709
1709
Colony of Connecticut, British Colonial America
1710
November 3, 1710
Preston, New London County, Connecticut, Colonial America
1712
September 23, 1712
Preston, New London County, Connecticut
1715
February 24, 1715
Preston, New London County, Connecticut Colony, Colonial America
1717
May 26, 1717
Preston, New London County, Connecticut Colony, Colonial America
1719
April 12, 1719
Preston, New London County, Connecticut, Colonial America
1721
November 5, 1721
Preston, New London County, Connecticut