Eleanor Parker (born Richardson)

Born:Oct 28 1714 In:  Chester Co, Whiteland ?
Died:Nov 13 1798 (at age 84)
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Immediate family

Abraham Parker
Her husband
Mary Reynolds (born Parker)
Her daughter
Elizabeth Reynolds (born Parker)
Her daughter
Lydia Parker
Her daughter
Hannah Parker
Her daughter
Ruth Parker
Her daughter
Sarah Parker
Her daughter
John Parker, Sr
Her son
Kezia Wickersham (born Parker)
Her daughter
William Wickersham
Her husband
Isaac Richardson
Her father
Catharine Richardson (born Gandy)
Her mother
Mary Wright (born Richardson)
Her sister
Elizabeth Chads (born Richardson)
Her sister
Martha Stewart (born Richardson)
Her sister
John (Jehu) Richardson
Her brother
    

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Religion: Quaker

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Per, witnesses at her 2nd marriage to William Wickersham included her sister, Mary Baldwin, her daughters Mary Reynolds & Kezia Parker, & many others. WICKERSHAM, ELEANOR. Pennsbury. May23,1790. December 20,1791. To my son John Parker my plantation in Pennsbury, containing 136 acres, paying to my daughter Mary, wife of David Reynolds, LI 5, and to daughter Kezia, wife of Peter Wickersham, L 15. To grandsons, Parker Wickersham L9, to Isaac L6, to John and William L6 when 2 1. To grandson Abraham Parker my walnut chest. 3 granddaughters Lydia, Elizabeth and Rachel Wickersham to have all household goods. Remainder to son John Parker, also executor. Wit: James Bennett, Menter Pim Perdue, James Meredith. [Annotation states she was buried on December 17, 1791 ]. From her will: Date: 23 May 1790 Prove Date: 20 Dec 1791 Remarks: Wickersham, Eleanor. Pennsbury. 5-23-1790. Dec. 20, 1791. To my son John Parker my plantation in Pennsbury, containing 136 acres, paying to my daughter Mary, wife of David Reynolds, £15, and to daughter Kezia, wife of Peter Wickersham, £15. To grandsons, Parker Wickersham £9, to Isaac £6, to John and William £6 when 21. To grandson Abraham Parker my walnut chest. 3 granddaughters Lydia, Elizabeth and Rachel Wickersham to have all household goods. Remainder to son John Parker, also executor. Annotation states she was buried on 12-17-1791. From her Will: Name: Abraham Parker Description: Grandson Date: 23 May 1790 Prove Date: 20 Dec 1791 Remarks: Wickersham, Eleanor. Pennsbury. 5-23-1790. Dec. 20, 1791. To my son John Parker my plantation in Pennsbury, containing 136 acres, paying to my daughter Mary, wife of David Reynolds, £15, and to daughter Kezia, wife of Peter Wickersham, £15. To grandsons, Parker Wickersham £9, to Isaac £6, to John and William £6 when 21. To grandson Abraham Parker my walnut chest. 3 granddaughters Lydia, Elizabeth and Rachel Wickersham to have all household goods. Remainder to son John Parker, also executor. Annotation states she was buried on 12-17-1791.
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