QUERIES

THE LOST AND FOUND

A list of pre-1800 "unplaced" family members.

I will try to help you with your Parmelee questions. If I can't find an answer in my database, I'll post the query here indefinitely and notify you if someone has an answer. To respond, e-mail parmeleefamily@gmail.com and please include the item number.

10-1: Benjamin PARMELEE Jr., of Houston, Texas, attended J. Frank Dobie High School -- a friend of yours, Dean Davidson, is trying to get in touch.


05-1: Levi Spear PARMLEY (1790-1859), a prominent dentist and the inventor of dental floss, wrote a book about flossing, "Summum Bonum." If you have a copy or know of one, please contact Stuart Saunders.


00-1: Evaline PARMELEE, born 9 Oct 1797, in Massachusetts, was married Dec. 27, 1818, to Eli RANNEY, son of Abner and Lovina (Shepard) Ranney, and died April 25, 1834, at Knoxboro, Oneida County, N.Y. Their children were:

i. Justin Worthy, born Jan. 3, 1821
ii. Harmon born June 27, 1823
iii. Nancy Jane, born Nov. 12, 1826, married N.H. MINOR
iv. Julius Ceasar, born Feb. 20, 1829, at Augusta, Oneida Co., N.Y., died.May 8, 1906, in Maynard, Fayette Co., Iowa, married on Aug. 29, 1849, at Dayton, Cattaraugus County, N.Y., to Nancy Maria MILK; and Lovisa born Aug. 21, 1831. Please message me and
godiva71@aol.com.

... Who were Evaline's parents?


98-1: Answered


96-11: Elias PARMELEE (Bela, Daniel, Ezra, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John) was born June 12, 1812, in Vermont and died Oct. 17, 1863, at Chester, at Middlesex County, Conn. He married on March 2, 1840, to Sarah S. CLARK, who was born Oct. 31, 1818, probably at Chester and died there about 1885.

... Who were Sarah's parents?


96-10: Answered.


96-9: Lucy N. or A. PARMELEE, born about 1799 in New York, is living with L.G. and Elizabeth SPAULDING in the 1850 census of Almont Twp., Lapeer County, Mich. L.G. was born about 1818 in New York; Elizabeth about 1819 in Ohio.

... Is Lucy, 51, the mother of Elizabeth, 31? If so, who was her husband?


96-8: Erastus A. PARMELEE, born about 1826 in New York, a wagon maker, appears in the 1850 census for Palmyra, Lenawee County, Mich. In the same censsu and county is Erastus Atwell PARMELEE, born Nov. 29, 1826, in New York, a farmer, and the son of Thoams Jefferson PARMELEE, born July 22, 1804, and Chlose ATWELL, born July 26, 1807.

... Who were the parents of the first Erastus? Or is this the same man counted twice?


96-7: Isaac PARMER/PARMELEE, born Oct.22, 1801, in Somerset County, Md., died Feb. 13, 1870, at Johnson County, Ind., 1st married Sarah WISHARD, daugther of William Henry and Susannah (LYTLE) Wishard, about 1828; 2nd married Jane CLARK about 1838, probably in Johnson County. Their children:

i. Matilda Jane, born Oct. 8, 1829, in Kentucky, died May 2, 1910, at Goodland, Sherman County, Kans.
ii. Charles.
iii. Samuel Charles.
iv. Noah.
v. Nancy.
vi. George W.
vii. Margaret Ellen.
viii. Susan Mary.
ix. Isabell Jane.
x. Martha Ann.

... Who were Isaac's parents? Was he the son of a James Parmelee Jr.?


96-6: Answered


96-5: Answered


96-4: Henry/Harry PARMELEE, born abt 1790 in New Hampshire, died Oct. 29, 1872, at Ingersol Twp., Midland County, Mich, married Elizabeth FREEMAN, born about 1800 in New Hampshire, died July 30,1882, at Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa. Their children:

i. Charles M., born April 21, 1836, at Dearborn, Wayne County, Mich., died July 7, 1922, married Lizzie GLOVER in 1865.
ii. Louisa, born about 1839.
iii. Florence A., born about 1845, married --- CLARK.

... Who were Henry/Harry's and Elizabeth's parents?


96-3: Answered


96-2: John Thomas PARMELEE, born bef 1765, married Margaret TRAVERS. Among their children:

i. John Thomas, born in Utica, Oneida County, N.Y., bef 1790, married Ana CADY. They had a son, John, born in Utica, on Jan. 21, 1810, who married Mary DOUGLAS about 1840.

...Who were John Sr.'s parents? Who were their other five children?


96-1: Answered