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Parks family history : ancestors and descendants of George Washington Parks, a Civil War veteran and Adams County Nebraska homesteader

Ancestors and descendants of George Washington Parks
researched and compiled by his great-granddaughter, Eula Marie Holtze Brown
Brown, Eula Marie Holtze (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Beaver City, Nebraska : E.M.H. Brown, 1997
vi, 366 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Cover title: Ancestors and descendants of George Washington Parks

George Washington Parks was born 18 April 1838 in Dearborn County, Indiana. His parents were Zephaniah Parks and Leah Green. He married Martha Catherine Caudle (1843-1887), daughter of John Lewis Caudle and Malinda, 1 September 1859 in Gentry County, Missouri. They had twelve children, the first seven were born in Iowa and the last five were born in Nebraska. George served in the 28th Regiment of the Iowa Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. George married Alice Linn 18 October 1888 in Adams County, Nebraska. They had three children. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado.

Includes index.

Includes Beaver, Bell, Brower, Brown, Carpenter, Cheek, Critchfield, Farrar, Green, Harpham, Holtze, Livingston, Moffitt, Hohlman, Rolls, Schroeder and related families.

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