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Thomas Parke, lll

Birthplace: Preston, New London, Connecticut, USA
Death: Died in Preston, New London, Connecticut, USA
Place of Burial: Preston, CT, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Thomas Parke, ll and Mary Allyn or Parke
Husband of Hannah Witter
Father of Abigail Brown; Josiah Parke; Mary Kimball; Benejah Parke; Thomas Parke, IV, Deacon and 1 other
Brother of Deborah Park; Jonathan Parke; Hannah Woodard; Samuel Parke and Eleaser Parks

Occupation: farmer
Managed by: Adrienne Gail Watkin
Last Updated:

About Thomas Parke, lll

Thomas Parke, III

b. 20 Jan 1675 Preston, New London, Connecticut, United States

d. 1732 Preston, New London, Connecticut, United States

Parents: Thomas Parke and Mary Allyn

Married: Hannah Witter (1680-1754) 15 Nov 1703


  1. Abigail Parke1704 - 1754
  2. Prudence Parks1706 -
  3. Josiah Parks1709 - ABT 1795
  4. Mary Parke1711 - 1758
  5. Thomas Parks1714 - 1752
  6. Dorothy Parks1715 -
  7. Benajah Parks1718 -
  8. Hannah Parks1721 - 1804



  1. ↑ Ronna Dumas, Writer Role: author and compiler. Dumas and Morris Families Repository, Url: http:/
  2. ↑ Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vol. 3 [PARK or PARKS] "THOMAS, New London, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 4 Jan. 1672, Mary, d. of Robert Allyn, had Samuel, b. 26 Nov. 1673; Thomas, 20 Jan. 1676; Mary. 28 Jan. 1678; Jonathan, 6 Apr. 1679; and Deborah, dec. 1680; and d. bef. his f.".
  3.   Park, Parke

"THOMAS* PARKE, (Thomas', Thomas', Robert^), was born in what is now Preston, Conn., Jan. 20, 1676, and lived in Preston all his life, where he was a farmer. He married Hannah Witter, Nov. 15, 1703, at Preston. She was a daughter of Josiah and Sarah (Crandall) Witter, and was born March 17, 1681. In 1715 he was one of those who voted in town meeting that the Meeting House should "remain where it is forever." In 1726 he deeded land in Groton to his brother Eleazer. He died about 1732, as his will was proven Dec. 14, 1732. This will mentioned wife, Hannah; sons Josiah, Thomas and Benajah; daughters Prudence^ Mary, Dorothy Hannah, and Abigail Brown."

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Thomas Parke, lll's Timeline

January 20, 1676
Preston, New London, Connecticut, USA
August 25, 1704
Age 28
Preston, New London, CT, USA
May 18, 1709
Age 33
Preston, New London, Connecticut, United States
June 24, 1711
Age 35
Preston, New London, Connecticut
June 26, 1714
Age 38
Preston City, New London, Connecticut, United States
July 8, 1718
Age 42
Preston City, New London, Connecticut, United States
July 3, 1721
Age 45
Preston, New London, Connecticut Colony
Age 55
Preston, New London, Connecticut, USA
Preston, CT, USA