Person:Richard Parker (8)

Richard Neville Parker
  • HRichard Neville Parker1826 - 1888
m. 31 Jan 1882
Facts and Events
Name Richard Neville Parker
Alt Name Richard Neville Parker
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 1826 Passage West, Cork, Ireland
Christening[3] 7 Mar 1826 St. Mary Shandon, Cork City, Ireland.
Marriage 31 Jan 1882 Passage West, Co. Cork, Irelandto Catherine Jane Parker
Death[4][5][6] 18 Nov 1888 Passage West, Cork, IrelandCarcinoma of prostate and bladder
Burial? Old Church Cemetery, Passage West, Co. Cork, Ireland
Other[8] DeathCause
Other[7][9] Died Where
Other[10] Notes
  1. A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland, by Sir Bernard Burke. London: 1912.
  2. Parish Register of St. Mary Shandon, Cork City. From: County Cork Pedigrees..
  3. Parish Register of St. Mary Shandon, Cork City. From: County Cork Pedigrees..
  4. Gravestone transcription. From: County Cork Pedigrees..
  5. Letter from Thomas Longworth's father.
  6. Death certificate
    Deaths registered in carrigaline No. 2, Cork, Co. Cork, F140/9.
  7. Death certificate.
  8. Carcinoma of prostate and bladder
  9. Alta Terrace, Monkstown, County Cork, Ireland
  10. Parker, Richard Neville, Mr., Bath terrace, Passage (Slater's 1846 Directory - Passage & Monkstown)

    Richard N. Parker, Lodger, Landed Proprietor, Widower, 52, born Cork Ireland. Handicap: Deaf. Lodging at 145 Edgware Rd., Paddington, London. (1881 British census)

    Died At Alta Terrace, Monkstown.

    Gravestone transcription from the "Churchyard of the old ruined church of Kilmurry near Passage West, Co. Cork.

    "Sacred to the memory of her devoted husband Richard Neville Parker who died on the 18th November 1888, aged 62 years, erected by his loving wife, Catherine Jane, eldest daughter of William D'Esterre Parker died March 5 1927 aged 84 years." From: County Cork Pedigrees.

    Died d.s.p.