Nellie Maria Parker
F, #578, b. May 21, 1866, d. Oct 31, 1927
|Father*||Nathan Coburn Parker b. Jun 6, 1836, d. Jun 8, 1912|
|Mother*||Lucinda Harding Sherman b. Jan 7, 1837, d. Nov 3, 1872|
|Charts||McKown Descendants Chart|
McKown Descendants Chart
|Birth*||May 21, 1866||Nellie Maria Parker was born on May 21, 1866 at Lisbon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States.|
|She was the daughter of Nathan Coburn Parker and Lucinda Harding Sherman.|
|Marriage Intentions*||Jan 12, 1922||Nellie Maria Parker and Charles Frederick McKown filed Marriage Intentions on Jan 12, 1922 at Lisbon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States.1|
|Marriage*||Feb 25, 1922||Nellie Maria McKown married Charles Frederick McKown, son of Charles Nathaniel McKown and Mary Emlia Felker, on Feb 25, 1922 at Lisbon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States.1|
|Death*||Oct 31, 1927||Nellie Maria Parker died on Oct 31, 1927, at age 61 at Lisbon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States, from chronic arthritis, contributing cause myocarditis.2|
|Obituary||Nov 1, 1927|| OBITUARY: Mrs. Nellie Parker, wife of Charles F. McKown, died October 31 (1927) at her home on School Street, Lisbon, following a long illness. She was born May 21, 1866 in the house where she lived and what had been her home during her life. Her parents were Nathan C. and Lucinda (Sherman) Parker, well known residents of Lisbon. She married Charles McKown in February 1922, being his second wife. She is survived by her husband, one sister, Mrs. Lena Neill of Thornlow, Ont., one brother, Gilbert Parker of Briarcliff Manor, N.Y., who with his daughter, Miss Florence Parker, was present at the funeral which was held at her home Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. P.A. Job officiating.|
Mrs. Neill had been with her sister the last seven weeks and remained until after the burial which was in the family lot in Grove Hill Cemetery. The bearers were all relatives, Gilbert Parker, Nathan McKown, Arthur L. Sherman and George Quebec. That Mrs. McKown had the sympathy and affection of her neighbors as well as of her relatives, was shown by the many gifts, sunshine bags and profusion of flowers which brightened her long months of helplessness and suffering, and being also afflicted with deafness her lot was doubly hard. She was a charter member of Lafayette chapter O.E.S.
Published in The Caledonian Record - Nov 1927.3
|Burial*||Nov 2, 1927||She was buried on Nov 2, 1927 at Grove Hill Cemetery, Lisbon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, United States, Find A Grave Memorial# 200921623.4|
|Charles Frederick McKown b. Jun 15, 1856, d. Jul 5, 1928|
- [S131] State Of New Hampshire, Marriage Record - New Hampshire - State Archives.
- [S134] State Of New Hampshire, Death Record - New Hampshire - State Archives.
- [S19] Obituary - Online, Newspaper or Funeral Home.
- [S58] Photograph of Cemetery Marker, Malcolm McKown, Colorado, United States. Also check Find-A-Grave.com, Death Certificates & Billiongraves.com.