Person:Arthur Parker (8)

m. 12 Jul 1865
  1. Robert LeRoy Parker1866 - 1908
  2. Daniel Sinclair Parker1867 - 1942
  3. Arthur Hartley Parker1869 - 1890
  4. Jane Ann Parkerabt 1872 - bef 1900
  5. William Moroni Parker1874 - 1952
  6. Susan Knell Parker1876 - abt 1964
  7. Maximilian Ebenezer Parker1879 - 1957
  8. Blanche Alice Parker1881 - 1967
  9. Lula Christene Parker1884 - 1980
  10. Mark D. Parker1886 - 1932
  11. Nina Grace Parker1889 - 1923
  12. Leona Hartley Parker1893 - 1937
  13. Joseph Rawlings Parker1894 - 1962
Facts and Events
Name[1] Arthur Hartley Parker
Gender Male
Birth[1] 6 Nov 1869 Beaver, Beaver County, Utah, United States
Death? 5 Jul 1890 Telluride, San Miguel County, ColoradoHe died after falling during a 4th of July horse race. It is believed that he died of a blood clot as a reult of the fall.
Burial? July 1980 Lone Tree Cemetery, San Miguel County, Colorado

SOURCE - Regarding the death of Arthur Hartley Parker (who was named after his Uncle of the same name) - "Butch Cassidy, My Brother" by Lula Parker Betenson (younger sister of both Arthur and Robert LeRoy Parker a.k.a. "Butch Cassidy"). In this book was written the following concerning Arthur's death (when Lula would have been 16 years old):

"Arthur was a fine horseman and a good jockey. At the Fourth of July celebration, the horse he was riding in the big race fell and broke Arthur's leg. He was taken to the hotel, and the doctor was called. Arthur never regained consciousness and died a few days later. We always thought he died from a blood clot."

Obviously he died the very next day (July 5th) rather than a few days later. But one has to remember that Lula related this in 1973-1974 when she was 89-90 years of age and also she was living in Utah with her parents when Arthur died in Telluride, Colorado.

  1. 1.0 1.1 Beaver, Utah, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 11B.