The Dana Parks, Jr.
Memorial Lending Library
One of the benefits of Parke Society membership is our private library of books and manuscripts about various Park/e/s lineages. Much of the Society's original impressive collection of genealogical and historical material was acquired through gifts from our Parke Society members. The Dana Parks, Jr. Memorial Library continues to receive books (manuscripts, printed materials, etc.) from members, along with funding from the Society toward book (and CD) purchases.
Most of the books and materials listed below are available for loan to members. Please contact the custodian of the PS Library to see if the items you wish to borrow are currently available. Also, please limit your loan requests to four items at a time. Items are available for a loan fee of $3 per volume, unless otherwise noted. Checks should be made payable to The Parke Society and sent to Ken Parks at the address below. Materials are loaned for six weeks unless a request for extension has been approved. Return postage is the responsibility of the member.
To request book loans via email, click the icon: Parke Society Newsletters, Volumes 1-25 (1963-1988)–loan fee $5. Bound with index. Excellent, but check more recent research.
Parke Society Newsletters, Volumes 26-32 (1989-1995)–loan fee $5. Bound with index. Excellent reference work. Index includes all surnames on lineage charts.
Parke Society Newsletters, Volumes 33-37 (1996-2000)–loan fee $5. Bound with index. Excellent reference work.
American Genealogical Research Institute. The Parks Family. Washington, D. C.: Heritage Press, Inc., 1975. Mail order Parks–generalized material.
New Jersey Marriages (Colonial Era) Park/e/s excerpts–loan fee $2
Park/e/s NJ Taxpayers–Hunterdon County, New Jersey–1778-1797
John A. Parke/Rachel R. Vanderbeek Bible–transcription.
Park/e/s Marriages: 1770-1870; AL, AR, GA, KY, LA, MD, MI, NC, SC, TN, VA–loan fee $1
"Pennsylvania Vital Records" in Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine and Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1983–loan fee $2. Excerpts from Vols. 1–3, 1983. Index of Park/e/s only.
Parke Families of Pennsylvania and the South. Contains the follow items bound in a single volume:
- Gum, Nell Park, compiler. Park of Kentucky 1747–1929: Biographical Sketches and Genealogy of the Descendants of Ebenezer Park, Pioneer of Madison County, Kentucky. Frankfort, Kentucky: Privately printed, 1929. LK=K
- Armstrong, Zella and Janie Preston Collup French. Notable Southern Families–Volume 3. Chattanooga, Tennessee: Lookout Publishing Co., 1926. Chapter on the Park Family pp 87–108 LK=B Chapter on Parkes-Parks pp 111–123 Thomas (VA 1728) LK=C Index.
- Park, W. J. Biographical Sketch of the Park Family of Washington County, PA. Covington, Kentucky: J. J. Vance and Co., 1880. LK=E
- Park, Robert L. The Genealogy of the John and Sarah (McDowell) Park Family of Washington County, Pennsylvania 1775–1930. No place: no name, 1930. LK=E
- Wood, S. R. The Rucker Family. No place: No pub, no date. Chapter on Parke-Parks pp 436–459. LK=C and others.
- Gum, Nell Park? Russell Jones Park [02FZ9]–Sarah Marticia Stokes and Their Descendants. No place: no pub., 1930. LK=FZ
- Biddle, Owen. A Sketch of Owen Biddle. 1892 Excerpts pp 39–62, "A Short Account of the Parke Family." LK=F
Harrison, V.D. PS#849 and L. G. Orem PS#606, editors."Excerpts from Boston Transcript 1901-1937" Park/e/s entries.–loan fee $5. Indexing is generally under the Park/e/s surname and given name. Exceptions are: Avery, Avery Cemetery, Bennett, Brewster, Morgan, Trowbridge, Wheeler, Whitmore, and other Park variations. Primarily New England but are some references to NJ, IN, NC and other sites.
Parks, Frank Sylvester, compiler. Genealogy of the Parke Families of Connecticut; Including Robert Parke of New London, Edward Parks, of Guilford, and others. Also a List of Parke, Park, Parks, etc. Who Fought in the Revolutionary War. Washington, D. C.: Privately printed, 1906. Robert (MA 1630) LKs=S-T-W; Edward Parks of Guilford, Connecticut LK=H; Peter Park of Stonington, Connecticut LK=P; John Parks of Ewhurst, (incorrectly called Emhurst by Frank Sylvester Parks), Sussex, England LK=KK.
Parks, Frank Sylvester, compiler. Parks Records, Volume 3: A Collection of Miscellaneous Information about Some of the Old Parke and Parks Families of America. Washington, D. C.: Privately printed, 1925. Listed in table of contents:
- Cyrenius Parks of Canada LK=T [06T1398]
- Additions to "Parke of Conn."
- Halsey Park of Walpole, Canada LK=T [07T1108]
- Arthur Parke of Pennsylvania LK=A
- Simon Parke of Franklin, Pa. LK=S [06S717]
- Park Family of Westchester Co., N. Y. LK=L
- William Park of Portchester, N. Y. LK=NN
- Joel Parke of East Troy, Pa. LK=T [07T1665]
- Park Family of Washington Co., Pa. LK=E
- Additions to "Parke of Mass."
- Pioneers of Our Families
Parks, Frank Sylvester, compiler. Supplement to the Parke Families of Connecticut. Washington, D. C.: Privately printed, 1934. A copy of this is bound with the Parks Records, Volume 3 listed above, but the photocopy of this stand-alone copy is easier to read.
Park, Harold PS#325, compiler. Parks Surnames Found in Pa. Records; Excerpts from Fannettsburg Presbyterian Records; A Report of People of the Park Name Who Might Have Lived in Pennsylvania in the Late Colonial Period, Prepared by Harold Park. Privately printed, no date.–loan fee $4
Yates, William, compiler. Family Group Sheet Exchange. Stevensville, Montana: Yates Publishing, 2000.–loan fee $5, Donated to library by Charlene Ostadal PS#1281. This consists of a large collection of approximately 200 group sheets sent in by various individuals. Surname: Park/e/s
Parke, N. Grier, II, compiler. The Ancestry of Rev. Nathan Grier Parke and His Wife Ann Elizabeth Gildersleeve. Woodstock, Vermont: Privately printed, 1959.
Wallace, John P. Genealogy of the Parke Family, Nine Generation from Arthur and Mary Parke 1720-1920. No place: Privately printed, 1920.
Armstrong, Zella, compiler. Notable Southern Families, Volume III. Chattanooga, Tennessee: Lookout Publishing Company, 1926. pp 87–123 Chapter on Park Family. Andrew Park. Includes index of Park names.
Note: This volume is bound with a copy of Nell Park Gum's Park of Kentucky 1747-1929 which deals with LK=K. A separate copy of Park of Kentucky 1747-1929 is available, see listing under LK=K.
Arnett, Earl F. PS#604, compiler. Parks Family Collection of Documents Va., N.C., Ind., and Tex. and The Ancestors of James M. Hogue, Supplement No. 2, The Parks Ancestors. No place: Privately printed, 1984.
Fulton, Patricia Mae Hill PS#417, compiler. The Ancestors and Descendants of Harry Vern Hull, Sr. of Iowa. Decorah, Iowa: The Anundsen Publishing Company, 1998. Index.
Greer, Sadie Stamper, compiler. The Stampers: Looking Back. No place: Privately printed, 1999. Thomas Park VA 1728; John Parks/Mary Sharp; Rachel Parks/Jonathan Stamper. Index, photos. loan fee $5 for both this book and the book below.
The Stamper Family Association, Inc., compilers. Eastern Kentucky Stamper Kin: Some Descendants of James, Jonathan, and Joel Stamper. No place: Privately printed, 1999.–loan fee $5 for both this book and the book above.
It is suggested this and the Sadie Stamper Greer book above be borrowed together since they complement each other.
Parks, Joe of Tennessee and Joe Parks of Texas PS#349, compilers. Aaron Parks: His Ancestors and Descendants. No place: Privately printed, 1983.
Parks, Terry D. PS#511L, compiler. Some Decendants of Thomas Parks of Va. LK=C. No place: Privately printed, 2005. Terry has provided an excellent manuscript of his branch of the Thomas LK=C) lineage down to the present day. This material is not available for loan because it contains material referring to living persons. However, I will be glad to look up information for Parke Society members.
Clark, Henry William, compiler. A Genealogy of the Parks Family, Part II. No place: Privately printed, 1905. Index. Samuel (VA 1752) Parks LK=D. Part II of a five part series: Part I The Clark Family, Part II The Parks family, Part III The Brockman and Dean families (see below), Part IV The Davis Family, Part V The Goss family.
Clark, Henry William, compiler. A Genealogy of the Brockman and Dean Families, Part III. No place: Privately printed, 1905.
Park, W. J., compiler. Biographical Sketch of the Park Family, of Washington County, Pa. Covington, Kentucky: J. J. Vance and Company, 1880. History of John Park/Sarah McDowell. John Park b. 1758 in Lancaster Co., Pa. to Samuel Park/Margaret Marshall (both came from the North of Ireland before their marriage.) No index.
Wilson, Robert, compiler. Groves, Huston, and Other Families from Pennsylvania to Ohio; The Parks Chapter. No place: Privately printed, 1997. Search for father of Margaret Parks5/James Hueston. Surname index.
Moss, Ernestine Parke PS#517, compiler. Thomas Parke and Rebecca Hooper of Chester County Pennsylvania. No place: Privately printed, 1982.
Coplen, Herman L., Jr. The Copeland/Coplen and Allied Families Immigrants to Virginia. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 1983. Table of contents; surname indexes. Parks: Abner, Caroline, Emery, Eva, Dorothy, George, Irena, Joseph, Laura, Lucy, Mary, Ruth, Samuel, Sarah, Sheldon, Virginia, William. Sheldon Parks (b. 1823 N. Y.–d. 1878 Ill. m. Irena Copeland) [06H3557]
Parks, Edward A., compiler. The Parks Family; A Descriptive Record of the Genealogy and of the Conditions Surrounding Some of Our Forbears. No place: Privately printed, 1909. Edward (CT ca. 1669) Beautiful handwritten account, genealogy, history of Connecticut, New York.
Morrison, Leonard A. The History of Windham in New Hampshire (Rockingham County) 1719-1883. Boston, Massachusetts: Cupples, Upham and Co., 1883. pp 713-731 dealing with the Park Family (Alexander Park, emigrant and descendants).
Black, Helen Kuhn Jackson, compiler. William and Mary Parke of Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Wichita, Kansas: Privately printed, 1957. Roger (NJ 1682) Roger2, Joseph3, Wm4
Farlow, Betsy C., Ph.D., editor. Your Letter Came to Hand in Due Time. The News from Jonathan Creek 1858-1897. Burlington, North Carolina: Parsimonia Books, 2002. Index. Roger Parke (LK=K), descendants of Moses Parks (1738-1828)/Mary Hill (1749-1829). Dr. Farlow has used correspondence from James A. Parks to focus on the history of Haywood County, North Carolina. She includes copies of the wills of Moses Parks, George Parks, James Parks, and Hugh Grey. However, the family history excerpt from Mrs. Northcutt does contain an error. Her ancestor, John Parks, did not come to Virginia from England or Ireland about 1735, but instead was a descendant of the Roger (LK=K) lineage.
Gum, Nell Park, compiler. Park of Kentucky 1747-1929; Biographical Sketches and Genealogy of the Descendants of Ebenezer Park, Pioneer of Madison County, Kentucky, with Brief Notices of the Allied Families: Benton, Boian, Campbell, Chenault, Clark, Cobb, Covington, Dillingham, Duncan, Elliott, Gum, Henderson, Hume, Jacobs, Keller, Kidwell, Rayburn, Scrivner, Wagers, Wilson, and Others. Frankfort, Kentucky: Privately printed, 1929. Roger (NJ 1682) John2-3 Ebenezer and Tabitha Mills Park.
Gute, Loren R., compiler. Samuel Shepard and Wife Hannah Fuller of New England, New York and Michigan: Ancestors and Descendants 1653–1993. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, 1993. Cecilia Kasberg Parke PS#535 has provided a chart to help the reader follow the line of descent from Roger of New Jersey > Robert Park II of Erin, New York.
Harrison, Vir Dyer PS#849, compiler. Children of Zebulon Stout Parke 1757 NJ–1846 PA. No place: Privately printed, 2000. Descendant of Roger Parke (NJ 1682).
Kerns, Wilmer L., Ph.D. "Settlements and Settlers in Old Frederick County, Va.: History of the Parks Family of Old Frederick County and Eastern Hampshire County." The West Virginia Advocate, (18 June 1990): pp 15–19. Roger (NJ 1682) John2 +
Newell, Lois Ann (Park), compiler. Roger Parke (b. 1755 Hunterdon Co, NJ) (d. 1813 Quebec, CAN) while P.O.W. No place: Privately printed, 2006.
Northcutt, Betty PS#589 and W. B. McKinney, compilers. The Parks–Morrow Families. No place: Privately printed, 1962. Regional area, more than one Park/e/s lineage, including LK=K (use with caution).
Park, Alice Crandall PS#486 and Avis Park Voss, compilers. Park/e/s and Bunch on the Trail West: with Allied Families, Benton, Duvall, Foster, Greenwell, Jones, Loveless, and Tally. Revised edition. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, 1982. Roger (NJ 1682) Roger2 Nathan3
Park, Evelyn Potter PS#1111. Family Bible of Charles Parke (1789–1847). 1991.–loan fee for both $5 Roger (NJ 1682) Roger2 Nathan3 (?) Charles4 Bible. Color photographs of actual bible pages.
Kasberg, Cecilia Parke PS#535, compiler. Charles S. Parke 1789–1847 Madison County, Kentucky to Woodford County, Illinois. No place: Privately printed, 1995. Companion book to Family Bible of Charles Parke above–loan fee for both $5
Park, Evelyn Potter PS#1111, compiler. Allen Park 1745–1805 of Rowan County, North Carolina and Madison County, Kentucky, Including Some of His Descendants and Allied Families. Chandler, Oklahoma: Privately printed by Warren R. Park PS#565, 1970.–loan fee $5. Roger (NJ 1682) LK=K
Park, Percival David PS#140, compiler. Noah Park, Sr. (ca. 1743–1815) and Anna Reed Park (ca. 1749–1833) of Rowan County, North Carolina. No place: Privately printed, 1996. Roger (NJ 1682) John2-3 Noah4
Park, Percival David PS#140, compiler. George Park (d. 1782) and Agness Nichols Park of Rowan (Davidson) County, North Carolina and Some of Their Descendants. Charlottesville, Virginia: Privately printed, Revised Sept 1995. Roger (NJ 1682) John2-3 George4
Park, Percival David PS#140, compiler. Possible Origins of Some Park Families in the Eastern Part of Old Rowan County, North Carolina. Charlottesville, Virginia: Privately printed, 1994. (two copies in library). Roger (NJ 1682) John2-3 +
Park, William D. PS#1305 and William H. Park II PS#1299, compilers. Park and Cobb Family History Expeditionary Projects I–IV 1999–2002: Estill, Madison, Boyle, Lincoln and Clark Counties [Kentucky]. No place: Privately printed, Edition V, 2002. This is the latest update from Doug Park (The Mystical Gravehunter) and his father, who are tracing the descendants and allied families of the pioneers Ebenezer Park (1747–1839) and Tabitha Mills (1752–1826). Included are recent updates:
- "The Parke Family of Madison County's Red House, Kentucky
- Timothy Parke (1740-1832) and Esther Shipton (1753-1843)
- "Discussions of Relationship to my 5th Gr. grandfather Ebenezer Park, Sr. (1747-1839)"
- "Wagers-Brinegar Cemetery of Wagersville"
- "Scrivner-Park Family History and Lineage Ties"
- "Jeff Scrivner Cemetery of Wagersville"
- "James Scrivner (Jr.) Cemetery of Wagersville"
- "Wagers-Park Family History and Lineage Ties"
- "Relationships of Persons in John Gentry Cemetery."
Park, William D. PS#1305 and and William H. Park II PS#1299, compilers. Park Family Field Research and Expeditionary Project 1998-1999: Frederick (Va.), Hampshire, Hardy and Berkeley Counties. No place: Privately printed, Edition I, October 1998–December 1999. Father and son's account of their search along the path of their ancestry which is from Roger1,John 12, John II3, Ebenezer4, and continuing down to the present generation.
Park, Rev. C. C., compiler. The Complete Record of the Descendants of Melvin Park, Son of Peter Park, a Native of Scotland. No place: Privately printed, 1876. Lists descendants by name, date of birth, date of death, date of marriage, but provides no county/state information.
Carter, Albert Edward and Mary Lizzie Carter, compilers, arranged by Rear Admiral Charles W. Parks. Some Descendants of Rev. Thomas Carter of Woburn, Massachusetts for Ten Generations. Tarpon Springs, Florida: Privately printed by Karl Eaton Parks II PS#440, 1980. Granville9 1840-1897, Richard (MA 1635)
Parks, Karl Eaton II PS#440, compiler. Ancestors and Descendants of Karl Eaton10 Parks of Woburn, Massachusetts for Thirteen Generations. Tarpon Springs, Florida: Privately printed, 1980.–loan fee for both $3. Richard (MA 1635) Richard2-3 Joseph4 David5 Lenard6-7-8 Granville9
Anderson, Ruby Parke PS#1, compiler, Elizabeth Hunter Ruppert PS#2L, editor. The Parke Scrapbook, Number 1: Including Records of the Separate Church, Preston, Conn., 1747–1800 by Rev. Paul Park. Baltimore, Maryland: Port City Press, Inc., 1965. Robert (MA 1630) Thos2, Robt3, Hezekiah4, Paul5, Isaac3, Dorothy4 .
Anderson, Ruby Parke PS#1, compiler, Elizabeth Hunter Ruppert PS#2L, editor. The Parke Scrapbook, Number 2: Including Family History of the first Five Generations in America, after Robert Parke, who came to America 1630. Baltimore, Maryland: Port City Press, Inc., 1966. Robert (MA 1630) through five generations, Paul5, Richard (MA 1635) LK=R Richard2 +. Maps of Roman and Norman England.
Anderson, Ruby Parke PS#1, compiler. The Parke Scrapbook, Number 3. North Stonington, Connecticut: The Mill House, 1970. Additions and corrections for Robert (MA 1630) for Volumes 1 and 2. Robert (MA 1630) through generation seven; Richard (MA 1635) LK=R Richard2 through generation four.
Berry Brian J. L., Ph.D. PS#853, compiler. The Rufus Parks Pedigree: Seventeen Centuries of One Family's Ancestry. McKinney, Texas: Prestige Printers, Inc., 1989. (two copies in library). Robert (MA 1630) background; royal connection.
Bjorkman, Gwen Boyer, compiler. The Descendants of Thomas Beeman of Kent, Connecticut. Seattle, Washington: Privately printed, 1971. Assembled from (with additional material added) The Beeman Genealogy, Clarence E. Beeman, compiler. Goble, Oregon: Privately printed, 1954. Robert (MA 1630) Thomas2, Nathaniel3, Phebe4.
Buxton, Joan PS#393, compiler. James Sr.[5T197] Cyrenius Parke Lineages (Canada). No place: No publisher, no date. Robert (MA 1630)>Cyrenius. Index of Park/e/s given names.
Cook, William Grant, Jr. PS#66, compiler. Looking Backward: A Brief Study of More Than 50 Generations of One American Family's Ancestors. No place: Privately printed, Second Edition, 1995. Robert (MA 1630), royal ancestry, biography.
Craun, Eva Shafley, compiler. The Parke Family. No place: Privately printed, 1949. Handwritten history of Robert (MA 1630), Thomas, Nathaniel.
Hammond, Florence Mabel Pascawis PS#173, compiler. My Heart is in Wisconsin: Meehan and Rudolph. No place: Privately printed, 1960. Family history located in Meehan (Portage County, Wisconsin) and Rudolph (Wood County, Wisconsin). Robert (MA 1630) Thomas2,3,4, Josiah5,6, Moses7, Silas Thomas8, Emily Christina9, Florence Mabel10, Bessie Elizabeth11 (PS#169).
Harrison, Keith G. PS#710, compiler. The Ancestry of Nathan Lewis Harrison: With Reference to Over One Hundred Fifty Other Families, Revisited Nineteen Years Later. Holt, Michigan: KGH Environmental PLC, 2008. Robert (MA 1630), Bond, Brewster, Chapman, Fenner/Dodson, Graham, Harper, Harrison, Lewis, Norris, Pemberton, Pound, Reynolds, Sherman (Shearman), Silver, Tietsort (Tietsoort), and others; History; lineage charts; appendices; index.
Hope, Bessie Hammond PS#169, compiler. Descendants of Bo'son Parke (1744–1829). St. Louis, Missouri: Robert E. Parkin, Genealogical Research and Productions, 1983. Robert (MA 1630) Thos2-3-4 Josian5 Josiah6.
Park, Edwin H., compiler. The Park Record: Containing an Account of the Ancestry and Descendants of Thomas Kinnie Park and Robert Park, of Groton, Conn. and Grafton, Vt. Denver, Colorado: Barton and Ray Print, 1902. Illustrated, index. Robert (MA 1630) Thomas2 Robert3-4 Hezekiah5 Thomas Kennie6 Robert6 and descendants.
Park, Etta Wolcott. A Story for My Children. New York, New York: Vantage Press, Inc., First Edition 1968. Robert (MA 1630)> Thomas6 > Burton9; family history of Burton Park/Etta Wolcott; (Michigan, Pennsylvania). Genealogy: Park/e (through 14th gen.); Wolcott; Fitler; Merrill; Taylor.
Parke, Robert PS#156, compiler. Andrew George Park 1839–1915 Wesley, Cattaraugus Co. N. Y.: A Chronicle by Robert Parke, Grandson. No place: Privately printed, 1983. History, biography, Civil War. Robert (MA 1630) Thos2, Rob't3, Hezekiah4, Paul5, Elisha6, Ephriam7, Sidney8, Andrew G9 Parks, Larry Richard PS#1058, compiler. Parke, Parks. No place: Privately printed, 1992. Robert (MA 1630) Thomas2 Nathaniel3 Joseph4 Smith5 Smith II6 Smith III7 to Dallas Township, Michigan.
Todd, M. L., Major, Medical Corps U.S. Army, compiler. Todd's 1866-to-1936 Meet Your Forebears. Northampton, Massachusetts: Gazette Press, no date. Descendants of Robert (MA 1630) who settled in French Creek, Chautauqua Co, New York. Descendancy charts for Todd, Parke, and Wolcott, reference material, drawings by Vincent H. Todd, sketch of Bela Todd by G.L. Todd and photographs have been added to help the reader follow the story.
Whitcomb, Dorothy M. DAR, compiler. Smith Parke 1721–1807, Reuben Parke 1764–1856 and Some of Their Descendants and of the Allied Families of Sherman, Mann, Carey, Thomas. No place: Privately printed, no date. Robert (MA 1630)
Bourne, Ruth PS#412. Daniel Parke II: Villain or Victim of the Old Colonial System? Volumes 1 and 2. No place: Privately printed, 1979.–loan fee $5. No index.
Bourne, Ruth PS#412. "John Evelyn, the Diarist, and His Cousin Daniel Parke II." The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 78, No. 1 (January 1970), pp. 3–33. William (VA 1631) very well researched, including, history of Virginia and other southern states.
Howell, Margie Ellis PS#88, compiler. Kinfolks of William Parke and Synah Perry and Josiah Wilson and Margaret Crow, Including the Related Families of Hammonds, Lewis, Stephens, Wheeler, Estes, Lynn, Hopper, Ficklin, Ellis, and Others-Volumes I and II. Kansas City, Missouri: Privately printed, 1967.–loan fee for both $5. No index. Records, maps, census records; NC, KY, MO, WI, VA, AR, LA, TX, MD, PA. Table of contents names William Parke/Synah Perry; Thomas Hammond/Polly Parke; John Parke/; Perry Parke/Nancy Wilson; Slade Hammond/Peggy Parke; William Parke/;Thomas Parke/Mary Ann Estes; other Parke families.
Chase, Theodore and Laurel K. Gabel. Gravestone Chronicles II: More Eighteenth-Century New England Carvers and an Exploration of Gravestone Heraldica. Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1997. Index. Includes William Park and sons Thomas and John from Scotland. Park: Alexander; Ann; Anna; Anna (Law); Benjamin K.; Elizabeth; James; Janet; Janet (Reid); Jean; Jean (Stewart); John; John Gray; Lawrence; Margaret; Rosannah (Conn); Stuart James; Thomas; William. Parks: Frank Sylvester.
Park, Harry Addis PS#29 and Ruth Park, compilers. Andrew Park Our Ancestor. No place: No name, no date. Index. Family history of Andrew Park Sr. (1760-1848) who settled in what is now West Virginia. He had taxable land in Monongalia County, Virginia during the Revolutionary War. He and wife Mary (Anne) had nine children.
Parks, Kenneth M. PS#1406, compiler. Descendants of David Parks and Lucy Pugh Devaney. New York, New York: Privately printed, 2001.
Churchill, J. PS#934, compiler. Silas Leonard Parks (LK=CU), Peter Glick Parks (LK=IX), and Loudon H. Park(s) (b. 1802 Vt.–d. bef. 1870 Ia. or Mo.) No place: Privately printed, 2008. Missing Links (LKs=CU and IX). This bound manuscript contains all the research available on these two brothers whose unknown father is believed to have lived in Vermont, as well as Loudon H. Park(s), also believed to be a brother.
Lee, Jean Isabelle Parke PS#548, compiler. The Park Family of Stewartstown, County Tyrone, Ireland 1700–1996, 3 Volumes. Verchères, Québec, Canada: Privately printed, 1996.–loan fee $3 for each volume. Index; cemetery maps. Park: William/Jane Elliott; Samuel/Anna Carson; William/Sarah Patterson; John/Martha Stuart Holmes; David/Maria Bell. Parke: James/Mary Anne Boyle; John/Elizabeth Fairservice; William/Isabelle Dudgeon; Robert A./Ann E. Boyle; James/Sarah Stevenson; Anna C. Parke and John Jackson Byers; Boyle /Sarah J. Bradbury; David/Mary J. McGaw; George H./Annie E. Smith; Andrew G./Jane B. Pirrie; and others.
Daley, Margarette "Rita" PS#1129, compiler. The Endless Tree: Chronicles of the Park Family. No place: Privately printed, 1991. James A Parke (NS 1848).
Ridens, Arahwana Hendren, compiler. Dyer County and Newbern, Tennessee: Being a History of 39 of the Earliest Families of this County. Greenville, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, 1979.–loan fee $2. pp 285–302 Parks excerpt. Parks, George to Virginia in 1750 - genealogy of several of his sons, mainly Jacob Parks m. Ann Hamilton.
Parks, George E. PS#648, compiler. Some Footprints on the Sands of Time: Some Data about Park, Parkes, Parks, Family Lines of America. Anna, Illinois: Privately printed, 1962 and 1965.–loan fee $3 for both. James (Fayette County, Pennsylvania 1783) genealogical data Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky, Western Pennsylvania.
Garrett, Betty Jo McDowell PS#1028, compiler. Hugh Parks (1716–1780) of Rowan County, North Carolina: The First Five Generations. For sale by the author- $20.00 (including postage). email@example.com.
Trabue, James D., J.D. PS#1089, compiler. Parks–Harlan–Vance–Clark–Davis–Cunningham. No place: Privately printed, 2004. The compiler has both a Park and a Parks descent. Park is from John Park [02RX1] b. ca. 1728 Ireland–d. 1784 Berkeley Co, Virginia (see Park-Glenn and Allied Families-VA, WV, KY, IN) by Sarah L. Shroeder, 1979). Parks lineage is from Joseph Parks [01FU1] b. 1717 Ireland and Rebecca Clark b.1735 England. This couple met and married in Pennsylvania, later moved to Augusta Co, Virginia.
Parks, Rev. John R. PS#584, compiler. A Walk in the Parks: A History of the Parks Family from Northern Ireland to Northeastern Indiana. No place: Privately printed, no date. Table of contents, charts, photos. John Parks (immigrant) 1777/78 - 1852 m. (1) Elizabeth McGaul; m. (2) Nancy Ditty.
Petty, Billie Joyce Park PS#321, compiler. Park Family History: Park Family Genealogy as it Pertains to the Descendants of William Muir Park with Allied Families. Hoover, Alabama: Privately printed, 1980. William Muir Park (1843–1887) immigrant in 1888 to Jefferson County, Alabama from Dalmellington, Ayr County, Scotland. James Dewey6 Park (James Grant5, John Coats4, William Muir3, Robert2, George1).
Lee, Caroljo Forsythe, compiler. Merrie Olde Middlesex. No place: Privately printed, 1976. Excerpts are marked with comments by David L. Parke PS#13 and Jeane H. Fitch PS#1177 re Park/e/s–mainly Butler County, Pennsylvania, with some reference to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Park, Miriam Irene Martin and Harold Frank Park PS#325, compilers. Ancestors and Relatives 1980. Fannettsburg, Pennsylvania: Privately printed, 1988. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Park/e/s and moving westward in Pennsylvania.
Stephenson, Clarence D. PS#949, compiler. The Park Family of Pennsylvania: Two Hundred Years 1793–1993. Indiana, Pennsylvania: The A. G. Halldin Publishing Company, Inc., 1993.–loan fee $4. Robert (PA 1794).
Parkes, Ruth E. PS#685, compiler. Richard Parke 1713. No place: Privately printed, ca. 1985. Richard Parke (ca. 1641–1726) m. Alice Fell. Richard II (1672–1733) immigrant to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, died in Chester Co. Pennsylvania. Quaker.
Parks, K. and P. Mombourquette PS#902, compilers. The Parks Family 1770–1987. No place: Privately printed, 1988. James (NS 1770) Nova Scotia, Canada.
Churchill, Jean PS#934, compiler. John Parks (b. abt. 1715?–d. abt. 1777 Warrington Twp., York Co. Pa.) of York County, PA. No place: Privately printed, 2003. Missing Links. John Parks b. abt. 1715 place not known - d. abt. Aug. 1777 Warrington Twp., York Co, PA. Strong connection to Andrew Gibson lineage.
Schroeder, Sarah L, compiler. Park(s)–Glen(n)–Genealogy: Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana. Decorah, Iowa: The Anundsen Publishing Company, 1979. Surname index; table of contents. Samuel (VA 1754); chapter on brother, John Park 1754 (Berkeley Co. VA).
Trabue, James D., J.D. PS#1089, compiler. Parks–Harlan–Vance–Clark–Davis–Cunningham. No place: Privately printed, 2004. The compiler has both a Park and a Parks descent. Park is from John Park [02RX1] b. ca. 1728 Ireland–d. 1784 Berkeley Co, Virginia (see Park-Glenn and Allied Families-VA, WV, KY, IN by Sarah L. Shroeder, 1979). Parks lineage is from Joseph Parks [01FU1] b. 1717 Ireland and Rebecca Clark b.1735 England. This couple met and married in Pennsylvania, later moved to Augusta Co, Virginia.
Blake, Lois Iams, editor. James Parks (1781–1861) and Elizabeth Davis (1782–bef. 1860). No place: Privately printed, no date. Index, photos, spouse index. This family is thought to have moved from Maryland to Pennsylvania and settled in Ohio by 1820.
Mitchell, Eula Eunice Park PS#623, compiler. A Chick and Kin Book: Volume 4 Park–Ross Families. Utica, Kentucky: McDowell Publications, 1983. David (PA 1720) southwestern Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky.
Military and Patriotic Societies
DAR Patriot Index. Washington: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1966. All surnames.
Faherty, William Barnaby. Parks College: Legacy of an Aviation Pioneer. Ocean Park, Washington: Harris and Friedrich, 1990. Oliver Lafayette Parks (b. 10 June 1899 Minonk, Woodford Co. Ill.–d. Feb. 1985 St. Louis, Mo.), son of Alvah H. Parks (b. 18 Oct. 1851 N. Y.–d. 25 June 1943 Minonk, Woodford Co. Ill.), grandson of William Alvah Parks (b. 6 July 1825–d. 27 Jan. 1875 Minonk, Woodford Co. Ill m. Louisa M. Davison). This lineage is not currently in the Parke Society database.
Howland, Jay. The Park School: One Hundred Years, 1888–1988. Brookline, Massachusetts: The Park School, 1988. Julia Ballantine Park [09R21773].
People and Places
Miner, Charles. History of Wyoming, in a Series of Letter from Charles Miner, to his Son William Penn Miner, Esq. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: J. Crissy, 1845. Facsimile edition. Evansville, Indiana: Unigraphic, Inc. for the Wyoming Historical and Genealogical Society (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania), 1976. Surname index. Charles Miner came to Pennsylvania in 1799, a settler under the Connecticut claim. This account is the result of his own knowledge plus interviews with those who lived during the events leading up to the Wyoming Massacre, and later. Park(e): Capt. Silas; Parke: Thomas; Parks: Elias, Rev. Moses, Silas Jr.; Bidlack, Carey, Durkee, Fuller, Jenkins, Johnson, Nesbit and many others.
Park, J. B., compiler. J. B. Park's Compendium of Useful Knowledge and General Information. Irvine, Kentucky: J. B. Park, 1884.–loan fee $2. Elizabeth Park Griffin PS#993 donated this book, found by her brother, Owen Park. Contains a wide variety of information: distinguished officers of the Civil War, highest mountains in the world, Constitution of the United States, useful receipts, poisons and antidotes, etc.
Park-McCullough House Association. The Park-McCullough House: Historic House and Museum. North Bennington, Vermont: Park-McCullough House Association, no date.–loan fee $1. Descendant of Richard (MA 1635) LK=R.
Note: most have more surnames than listed. History, with description of ancestor's life, geographic location, etc. Park/e/s listed first by founder when possible - doesn't mean that the founder himself appears in the book.
Allyn, James H. Swamp. Yankee from Mystic: A Family, a Region, and Its Roots. Mystic, Connecticut: Roy H. Bohlander, 1980. Table of contents; bibliography; no index. Locales includes Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, Illinois, Wisconsin Territory. Some short family histories. Parke: Robert (MA 1630) LK=T.
Amos, Eugene P., compiler. Ancestry from A to Z: Amos, Zoll and Related Families. Shawnee, Kansas: Privately printed, 1980. Table of contents; surname index. This book traces the branches of their ancestry from New England, Kentucky as the descendants traveled westward to Kansas. Park/e/s along with many other surnames. Robert (MA 1630) LK=T.
Berry, Brian J. L., Ph.D. PS#853. Westward the American Shapleys: The Family and Descendants of David Shapley, a Seventeenth-Century Marblehead Fisherman, with Pedigrees of the Spouses (Atwater, Berry, Chapman, Coleman, French, Parks, Talmage, Utter and Connecting Lines). English Ancestry and American Descent of Five Additional Shapley Immigrants: Alexander, John, Nicholas, Philip and Reuben. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 1987. Rufus Parks b.1793 (Robert MA 1630) LK=T. Index, maps, history.
Bicha, Gloria Wall and Helen Benjamin Brown, compilers. The Benjamin Family in America. Racine, Wisconsin: Privately printed, 1977.–loan fee $5. Park/e/s-large listing. Robert (MA 1630) LK=T. Indexes: Surname-Benjamin; Surname-All others; Names-Wives With Unknown Maiden Name; Index- Localities. Book is excellent both in content and style–very easy to check surnames with locality.
Bryan, Leslie Aulls, Ph.D. PS#369, compiler. Immigrant Ancestors Allied to Certain Bryan and Aulls Family Lines. Champaign, Illinois: Privately printed, 1981. Index; Short histories of immigrant lines. Robert (MA 1630) LK=T; Adams, Aulls, Crandall, Crane, Dewey, Dimon, Gelder, Babcock, Bradley, Bryan, Hegeman, Loomis, Osborn, Perter, Rapalje, Sanford, Treadwell, Webster, Wheeler and others.
Burkhardt, Franklin A., compiler. The Boucher Family (Bowsher, Bauscher, Bausher, Bousher): Comprising a Genealogy of Branches of Strawn, Harpster, Tedrow, Cryder, Reichelderfer, Critchfield, Stahl, Straw, Brant and Other Families. Lima, Ohio: Privately printed, 1917. Descendants of Daniel Boucher of Albany Township, Berks Co, Pa. Notes of other Boucher Families. Henry Boucher Descendants (Indiana, Pa.) A Brief History of the Ohio Reunions of Kindred Families. Surname index: Parke (some of the Parke listings are actually Parkers), Parks.
Campbell, Max A. Edward Isaac Earl and Sarah Perine (Shinn) Earl: Their Ancestors and Descendants. No place: Privately printed, 1992. Surname index. Locale: West Fork Valley, West Virginia (Shinnston); New Jersey; New England; Kentucky; Ohio; Virginia; etc. Park/e/s-several; many other surnames. Roger (WJ 1682) LK=K.
Cooper, Agnes Thomson and John Bradley Cooper PS#317, compilers. Beginnings: Thomas Cooper of Springfield and Some Allied Families. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 1987. Richard Park (MA 1635) LK=R; History of Springfield Mass.; Cooper, Brown/e, Butler, Coats, Doane, Dresser, Hall, Higgins, Lamberton, McDonald, Sears, Ward, Wilson, and others. History; appendices; index.
Coplen, Herman L., Jr. The Copeland/Coplen and Allied Families Immigrants to Virginia. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 1983. Table of contents, surname indexes. Parks: Abner, Caroline, Emery, Eva, Dorothy, George, Irena, Joseph, Laura, Lucy, Mary, Ruth, Samuel, Sarah, Sheldon, Virginia, William. Sheldon Parks (b. 1823 N. Y.–d. 1878 Ill. m. Irena Copeland) [06H3557] LK=H.
Dana, Elizabeth Ellery. The Dana Family in America. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Wright and Potter Printing Co., 1956. Surname index. LK=R2.
Evans, Patrick M. O., compiler. The Wrights of Kent, England, Woburn, Mass., U.S.A. and Hull, Que., Canada. Chelsea, Quebec, Canada: Privately printed, 1978. Supplementary surname index: Park. Chart tables, photographs, map.
Frye, Marian McCauley,A.B. and M.A., compiler. The Tingley Family Revised Volume V: Being a Record of the Descendants of Samuel Tingley of Malden, Mass. in Both the Male and Female Lines. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1980. References, surname index. Genealogical records with some family histories. Parks, Joseph see p.390 - not much information.
Grube, Jean B., compiler. Descendants of Nathan Spicer (1735–1811). Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 1979. Surname index, table of contents. Robert Parke (MA 1630) LK=T short mention. Spicer genealogy, illustrated, references, appendices; errata #2.
Hayes, Charles Clifton and Associates, compilers. Hayes, Johnson and Allied Families Genealogical Family History Volume I. Knoxville, Tennessee: Tennessee Valley Publishing, 1993. (Thomas VA 1728) LK=C John Parks/Mary Sharp;. Brown, Dowell, Gooch, Gray, Hammon, Hardwick, Hayes, Jefferies, Nelmes, Walker, Wright, and others. Lineage charts, history, index.
Jesup, Rev. Henry Griswold. Edward Jessup of West Farms, Westchester Co., New York, and His Descendants. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Privately printed, 1887. Index of places and names, with an introduction and an appendix: the latter containing records of other American families of the name with some additional memoranda. p 386: Frances Anne Hunt [b. ca. 1820-1840?] married H. C. Parke of Detroit. She died leaving three children. Many other surnames.
Kilpatrick, Edward Floyd PS#326. Kilpatrick and Allied Families. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 1984. Surname index. LK=KY. Park: Alice Margaret, Alice Witherow, Cheryl Ann, Eunice Loretta, George, Grace, Heather Ann, James Leslie, John McAllen, John Oliver, Karen Rae, Leslie McCurdy, Lorne James, Mary Ann, Oliver McMullen, Oliver Raymond b. 1894, Oliver Raymond b. 1931, Sean Leslie Elmer. Parks: Lori Ellen, Morris.
Kilpatrick, Edward Floyd PS#326. The Laughlin Family, Particularly Harvey Price Laughlin 1809–1887, Evaline Laughlin Black 1824–1895, Their Ancestors and Descendants. Baltimore, Maryland: Gateway Press, Inc., 1986. Surname index. Park: Alice Margaret, John McAllen.
Lincoln, William Ensign. Some Descendants of Stephen Lincoln of Wymondham England, Edward Larkin from England, Thomas Oliver of Bristol, England, Michael Pearce of London, England, Robert Wheaton of Swansea, Wales, George Burrill of Boston, England, John Porter of Dorset, England, John Ayer of Norwich, England and Notes of Related Families. New York, New York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1930.–loan fee $1. Excerpt–pp 303--323. Lineages of Rollo the Dane 927; Henry 1 King of France 1027-1060; David 1 King of Scotland; Charlemagne Emperor; Baldwin II the Bad 858-879; Cerdic the Saxon d.534; Ugaine Mor the Great 66th Monarch of Ireland.
Morrison, Leonard Allison and Stephen Paschall Sharples. History of the Kimball Family in America from 1634 to 1897, and of its Ancestors the Kemballs or Kemboldes of England: With an Account of the Kembles of Boston, Massachusetts. 1897. Reprint, Rutland, Vermont: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1971. Table of contents, surname index, appendix with corrections and additions. Park: Andrew, Ephraim, Edward, Henry, Horace, Mabel, Margaret, Martha, Nathan, Richard, Thomas. Parke: Jonathan, Mary, Prudence. Parks: Asa, Betsey, Frank, John, Stella.
Northrup, A. Judd, LL.D. The Northrup–Northrop Genealogy: A Record of the Known Descendants of Joseph Northrup, Who Came from England in 1637, and was One of the Original Settlers of Milford, Conn., in 1639, with Lists of Northrups and Northrops in the Revolution. New York, New York: The Grafton Press, 1908.–loan fee $1. No index. Excerpt of 26 pages. Abijah Northrup b.abt.1765 in Connecticut or New Jersey married Sylvia Parks from New York.
Ogburn, Rubyn Reynolds. Reynolds–Hughes–Turnley–Isbell: The Ancestors of John Hughes Reynolds and Mary Turnley Reynolds. Rockville, Maryland: Privately printed, 1976. Surname index. LK=C. Park: James. Parkes: Aaron, Allen, Ambrose, Cynthia, Frances Isbell Hastings, James, John , Martha,. Martin, Polly, Reuben, Susan, Thomas, William. Parks: William [notes: Wm Parks p.28-31. James Park p.45. Thomas (VA) p.81. Table of contents, genealogy charts, some short family histories.
Prescott, William, M.D. Prescott Memorial of a Genealogical Memoir of the Prescott Families in America in Two Parts. Boston, Massachusetts: Henry W. Dutton and Son, 1870. Descendants of John Prescott/Mary Platts 1640, Boston, Watertown Massachusetts, emigrant; and James Prescott 1665, Hampton New Hampshire, emigrant, associated surnames, history, index.
Roberts, Gary Boyd and William Addams Reitwiesner. American Ancestors and Cousins of the Princess of Wales. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1984. Index. Appendix has the Royal Descents of H.R.H. the Princess of Wales through the immigrant Mrs. Alice Freeman Thompson Parke of Roxbury, Massachusetts. Robert (MA 1630) LK=T.
Sawyer, Eleanor Grace. Sawyer Families of New England 1636–1900. Camden, Maine: Penobscot Press, 1995. Table of contents, Sawyer surname index, other names index. Park: Lelitia Blood Sawyer b.1834 d.1903 m. Lowell, Massachusetts, Robert Park. Parks: Kenneth VanDyke Sawyer b.1896 West Stewartstown NH m.2 Hazel Seeley Clayton of Canada b.1896 daughter of M. and Della (Parks) Seely. Mary L. Parsons b.1823 m.1844 Gardner Parks.
Stroupe, Ethel. "Jersey Settlement Origins–First Families of Jersey Settlement." Rowan County Register Volume 11 No. 1 (February 1996): pp2413–2433.–loan fee $2. George Parks; Roger (NJ 1682) Early settlers of Hopewell Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. LK=K.
Van Name, Elmer Garfield. Christopher Shaver: Broad Neck, Salem County, New Jersey and Some of His Descendants (With Data on Seeds, Nelson, Hartman, Atkinson, and Parks Families.) Salem, New Jersey: Salem County Historical Society Publications, 1965.–loan fee $2. Index. Park: Noah, Ruth. Parke: Lawrence, Noah. Parks: Noah, Ruth, Family. Insert: "Publications of the Gloucester County Historical Society, 1993.".
Warren, Violet Young. Huntsburg's Old Crowd and Related Families: Huntsburg Township, Geauga County, Ohio. Cullman, Alabama: The Greath Company, 1990. LK=K. Charles Adams b. 14 June 1797 in Union (now Lisle), New York, married 7 December 1824 Elizabeth (Betsy) Hall b. 24 February 1802, the first white child born in Warren, Trumbull County, Ohio, daughter of William Hall (of Maryland) and Rebecca Parke (of Sussex, New Jersey) [05K300].
Williams, Jeffrey Lewis. Lore and Legacy: A History of the Cheek, Sale and Sparks Families of France, Scotland, England; Colonial Virginia, Maryland, Western North Carolina. Plymouth, Michigan: Pilgrim Press, 2001. Index. Parks: Thomas VA LK=C.
Witter, Edwin D., Jr. PS#170, compiler. Charts of the Ancestors and Descendants of Dr. George Franklin Witter, Frances Lousia Phelps, Mary Ann Carter. No place: Privately printed, 1978. Lineage charts, index. Richard (MA 1635) LK=R; Adams, Allen, Babcock, Bates, Brown, Chandler, Clarke, Cutter, Gardner, Gillette, Hall, Holcomb, Irish (e), Morse, Parmenter, Reynolds, Stone, Whitney, Witter and others.
[Anonymous]. The Life and Travels of Mungo Park, with the Account of His Death from the Journal of Isaaco, the Substance of Later Discoveries Relative to His Lamented Fate, and the Termination of the Niger. New York, New York: Harper and Brothers, Publishers, 1860.–loan fee $2. Small hardcover book. LK=I.
Bray, William, editor, Fellow of the Antiquarian Society. The Diary of John Evelyn–Two Volumes. Akron, Ohio, St. Dunstan Society, 1901.–loan fee $6. Parke connection through Rebecca Evelyn Knipe (widow), who married Daniel Parke I, son of William Parke VA 1631. LK=V.
DeButts, Mary Custis Lee, editor. Growing Up in the 1850s: The Journal of Agnes Lee. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: The University of North Carolina Press, 1984. William (VA 1631) LK=V.
Felder, Paula S., editor. George Washington's Relations and Relationships in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Fredericksburg, Virginia: Historic Publications of Fredericksburg, 1981.
Fitch, Jabez Jr. Diary of Jabez Fitch, Jr. in the French and Indian War 1757. Rogers Island Historical Association, 1968. Typewritten transcription of diary.
Fitzpatrick, John C. George Washington Himself: A Common-Sense Biography Written from His Manuscripts. Indianapolis, Indiana: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1933.
Griffith, J Neal. Linton Park: American Primitive. Indiana, Pennsylvania: The A. G. Halldin Publishing Company, 1982. Chronology, illustrations. Robert (PA 1792) LK=JZ. Biography of the artist, the son of John Park/Mary Lang of Marion Center, Pennsylvania. He was their ninth and last child, born in 1826. Linton served in Company F, 2nd Regiment, District of Columbia, Vol. Inf. from Sept. 29, 1864 until the end of the war. Linton was an eccentric bachelor and gifted artist.
Miller, Helen Hill. Colonel Parke of Virginia "The Greatest Hector in the Town." Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1989. William (VA 1631) LK=V. Biography, excellent research material, index.
McCullough, Eliza Hall Park. Within One's Memory: Recollections of My Family and My Early Days. North Bennington, Vermont: The Park-McCullough House, 1923.–loan fee $2. Richard (MA 1635) LK=R.
Parke, George. H., Jr., editor. Biographé–Sketches of George Park of Binghamton, Broome County, New York 1789–1876. Montoursville, Pennsylvania: Privately printed, 1976.–loan fee $2. Descendant of Robert Parke (MA 1630) LK=T.
Roberts, Gary Boyd. "The Mowbray Connection." The Connecticut Nutmegger. No place: no publisher, 1976. Descendants of Alice Freeman Thompson (Robert Parke MA 1630) LK=T.
Raushenbush, Winifred. Robert E. Park: Biography of a Sociologist. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 1979. Robert (MA 1630) LK=T.
Scott, George R. W. Professor Park and His Pupils: A Biographical Sketch. Boston, Massachusetts: Press of Samuel Usher, 1899. Richard (MA 1635) LK=R. Biography of Edwards Amasa Park, D.D., L.L.D. (b. 1808 Rhode Island-d. 1900 Massachusetts) [07R1811].
Wallace, Adam. The Parson of the Islands; A Biography of the Rev. Joshua Thomas; Embracing Sketches of His Contemporaries, and Remarkable Camp Meeting Scenes, Revival Incidents, and Reminiscences of the Introduction of Methodism on the Islands of the Chesapeake, and the Eastern Shores of Maryland and Virginia. 1861. Reprint, Cambridge, Maryland: Tidewater Publishers, 1978. Republished by the Deal Island Regional Bicentennial Committee. Chapter XIII devoted to the Parks family of Tangier and Deal's Islands.
Williams, John. The Redeemed Captive Returning to Zion. 1795, Reprint, No place: Readex Microprint Corporation, 1966. Robert (MA 1630) LK=T.
Winthrop, John. Journal of John Winthrop, Esq.–Ship Arbella–Isle of Wight to Cape Ann in New England 1630 with a Partial List of Passengers. 1853. Reprint, Lincoln, Massachusetts: Sawtells of Somerset, 1969.–loan fee $2. Robert (MA 1630) LK=T.