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Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

feleciagrant (View posts)
Posted: 3 Aug 2006 2:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Driggers, Parker
Looking for anyone who has information on Thomas Driggers who was the father of Mary Ann Driggers B:3-10-1852. Mary Ann Driggers married Thomas Parker. I have a picture of Mary Ann Driggers that I will gladly share, but I have been able to find no information to help me research their lineage.

Re: Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

tjphilly (View posts)
Posted: 6 Aug 2006 8:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Driggers Parker
Can you provide some dates? I have Driggers / Parker in the area, but don't have this marriage. I have four Thomas Driggers in my database.

Re: Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

feleciagrant (View posts)
Posted: 7 Aug 2006 2:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Parker, Driggers
Thomas Parker b: 7-22-1849 d: 9-19-1930 married to Mary Ann Driggers b:3-10-1852 d: 4-19-1917. Parents of Thomas Driggers are Andrew Driggers and Vici Perhelth or Levinia VeHeath depends on the spelling you like. Probably the same person. Possible siblings of Thomas Parker oare Anderson, Harrison, Mary A., Charles (taken from the 1850 Marlboro County census) and Elizabeth and Sarah (taken from the 1860 Marlboro County census).

Re: Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

Tom White (View posts)
Posted: 8 Aug 2006 10:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Probably different families. My Parker / Driggers marriage is Daniel K. Parker (b. abt. 1840, SC) to Vermell Driggers (b. abt. 1850, Clarendon or Williamsburg Co., SC). Vermell's parents are Daniel Isaiah Driggers and Martha Jane Carmon.

Re: Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

jhawkins140 (View posts)
Posted: 19 Feb 2007 2:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
your Thomas Driggers may be B. ca 1837 SC., son of Mathew
B. ca 1800 SC., son of Matthew B. ca 1765 Marlboro Co., SC.
Would love to see your photo of Mary Ann.
Hope this helps.

Re: Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

feleciagrant (View posts)
Posted: 23 Feb 2007 4:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Gladly willing to share the picture. Just send me your e-mail address. I'm interested in your thoughts on Matthew Driggers as I've also played with that idea. Do you have any further info that might help to verify that? I have noticed that on all my info no one yet has listed Matthew's son Thomas with any familiy.

Re: Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

jhawkins140 (View posts)
Posted: 27 Feb 2007 4:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
I need to dig out the Driggers again and see what I have. I
was working on them when I sent the reply to you. Our line comes from Jonas Driggers so your line is a little different.
Send me some more ideas of what you have, that may help put it
together. We can do this by email.
Mine is jhawkins@dnet.net
Matthew and Thomas shows up through out the line since Johnson
in the early 1700's. They were in Va., NC., SC. and Ga then
ours in Fl.
Will wait to hear from you.

Re: Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

harmoncarol (View posts)
Posted: 28 Feb 2007 1:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: harmon rogers burbage driggers
i have driggers in my harmon line i have this book on the driggers will do look ups

carol harmon
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Re: Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

feleciagrant (View posts)
Posted: 28 Feb 2007 9:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hopefully I've included a picture of Mary Ann Driggers. I have documentation that she is the daughter of Thomas Driggers of Marlboro County, SC but I can't find any proof to connect her father (Thomas Driggers) to Matthew Driggers, who I suspect may be his father. Is it possible to look up these names? Also is the book you have available still and if so where do I buy it from?
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Re: Driggers, Parker of Marlboro County, SC

jhawkins140 (View posts)
Posted: 1 Mar 2007 5:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Received photo okay. Thanks...
The book I was in reference to was my own family of driggers,
nothing you can purchase. Just data collected on them. Some
are very evasive. What is the year of Thomas in question?
There are lots of Thomas's in a lot of lines.
Johnson had a Thomas and Matthew B.ca 1725's,then Johnson's
son Mark also had a Thomas and Matthew B. ca 1750-60 and in
Marlboro Co., Sc. The last Matthew s/o Mark, I only have a
son Mathew, but he had a son Thomas.... Now you are confused.
A time line would help me sort as to which one you're after.
Unfortunely, I haven't much on the Thomas lines.
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