Parker Vincent Adkins
Abt 1720 - Abt 1792
Birth Abt 1720 Machumps Creek, Henrico Co, VA [1, 2, 3, 4] Gender Male Died Abt 1792 Montgomery Co, VA Person ID I5618 adkinshorton Last Modified 23 Feb 2012
Father William V. Adkins, b. 28 Mar 1689, Henrico Co, VA , d. Abt 1774, Henrico Co, VA Mother Elizabeth PARKER, b. Abt 1695, Charles City Co, VA , d. betw 1735-1736, Goochland Co, VA Married 17 Jan 1715/16 St. John's Church, Richmond, Henrico County, VA Family ID F25047 View Family F25047 in Group Sheet format
Wife (1) Mary Bluesky Cornstalk, b. 1744, d. 1791 Children 1. Littleberry Adkins, b. 1767 2. Charity Adkins, b. 1768, d. 1825 Last Modified 23 Feb 2012 Family ID F27797 View Family F27797 in Group Sheet format
Wife (2) Mary Frye, b. Abt 1720 Married Abt 1754 Halifax Co, VA Family ID F25087 View Family F25087 in Group Sheet format
Event Map Event Birth - Abt 1720 - Machumps Creek, Henrico Co, VA Married - Abt 1754 - Halifax Co, VA Died - Abt 1792 - Montgomery Co, VA = Link to Google Maps = Link to Google Earth
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Parker lived on the south side of the Pigg River (Story Creek Area) in the Snow District of what is now Franklin Co. Virginia. The Battle of Point Pleasant is now considered by the historians to be the first battle of the Revolutionary war. Parker participated in that battle (1773) and his name is listed on a monument along with his sons Hezekiah and Millington. The Revolutionary War Soldiers Monument is located at Giles Co. in Perisberg, Virginia.
Lived on the South side of the Pigg River (Story Creek Area) in the Snow Creek District of what is today Franklin County, Virginia. The Battle of Point Pleasant is now considered by the historians to be the first battle of the Revolutionary War. Parker participated in that battle (1773) and his name is listed on the monument. His name, along with his sons Hezekiah and Millington, is also, listed on the monument to Revolutionary War soldiers of Giles County located at Perisberg, Virginia.
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