There is a will for Isaac's father, Isaac Senior, dated November 19, 1844
that was registered January 15, 1845 in the Washington County Will Book,
Volume 6, page 314 (LDS film # 6049273). The will ordered a tombstone for
himself and for his wife, Jane Parker"who died September 23, 1844." It names
his children, Benjamin, Jane-now the wife of Moses Montgomery, William, Moses
Isaac and Joseph. It also states that Benjamine is to have the deed to
property when he fulfills his article of agreement.
The census of 1800 of Greene County, Pennsylvania, Morgan Township, lists
Isaac Parker, Jr.: one male under 10 and one male age 16-26. One female
under 10 and one age 16-26. He was also on the 1800 tax list for Greene
The 1807 census of Butler county of males over the age of 21 lists Isaac
Parker in Wayne Township along with John Ross and James Hindes (sic).
In volume VII, Number 5 of the "Western Spy and Hamilton Gazette for
Wednesday, August 28,1805 there is a notice: "Isaac Parker living in Butler
County, on Elk Creek about six miles from the Big Prairie, reports a stray
The Western Hearald for Friday, 2 May, 1817 mentions the agricultural and
Manufacturing Society of Jefferson County and mentions an Isaac Parker in
Mount Pleasant Township. I checked the censuses to 1850 and this is not our
The Scioto Gazette and Chillicothe Advertiser of Wednesday, July 11, 1810
state that Daniel Symmes, Register of the land office at Cincinatti has land
for sale and mentions amont others, John Roff and Isaac Parker.
Isaac Parker is on the Butler County Tax rolls for 1818 and 1819, Range 3,
Township 3, section 2. He is listed as the original owner. He is not on the
tax rolls for 1820 either as a resident or a non resident owner.