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"Cousin Book" by Edith Jackson Hankins [Part 2 of 4].

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Terrissa Narcissa Parks was born September 6, 1841 in Illinois and married Andrew J. Hunter on August 19, 1858 in Shelbyville, Illinois. She died in California. Robert L. Parks was born November 30, 1843 and died January 1, 1874. Rebecca A. Parks was born August 27, 1844 in Illinois. Marion N. Parks was born January 11, 1845 and died October 13, 1855 in Shelby County, Illinois. J. B. Parks was born March 24, 1847. Barbara A. Parks was born October 4, 1849. Mary L. Parks was born August 7, 1850. B. F. Parks was born January 13, 1852. Amanda J. Parks was born August 15, 1855 and died September 2, 1856. Samuel Parks was county Judge of Effingham County, Illinois; having come to that county in 1834. He died in 1846 and is buried at Pt. Lookout Cemetery, Shelby County, Illinois. Phoebe Parks married Jacob Sypes on November 5, 1849 in Shelby County, Illinois. She is listed in the 1870 census as a widow and is in the household of her son-in-law, Joseph Martin Brown, after the death of Jacob. She lived until January 20, 1873 and is buried in Loy Prairie Cemetery in Watson Township, Effingham, Illinois. Capt. William Brown was the father of Joseph Martin Brown. He married Ann (Nancy) Isbell on September 6, 1801 in Wilkes County, North Carolina and died in 1821 in Lincoln County, Tennessee. Nancy was daughter of Livingston and Nancy Martin Isbell. This is as near a list of their children as I've been able to compose: Nancy Brown married George I. Black. 47