Alexander Dunlop PARK was born on 27 May 1813 in Northwest Bay, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was baptized on 1 July 1815. He died in April 1890 at the age of 76 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Alexander was buried in the Old Burial Ground in Petite Riviere. Bapt. Lunenburg County, NS July 1st, 1815 at age two years, 5 weeks, Dutch Reformed Church Records. Resided with wife, Jane Cohoon, daughter of William and Rebecca Park Cohoon, and Granddaughter of James Park at Northwest Bay, now Mill Village, and after 1835 at Petite Riviere, N.S. Children were recorded in family bible. Parents: Matthew PARK and Mary DUNLOP.

Spouse: Jane COHOON. Jane COHOON and Alexander Dunlop PARK were married in 1835 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Family notes say that Jane eloped and married Alexander Park of Petite Riviere. Children were: Rebecca J. PARK, Desiah , [Desire?] PARK, Matthew PARK, William A. PARK, Dorcas A. PARK, Mary Eliza PARK, Henry Allen PARK, Joseph "Nelson" , Captain PARK, James Eldred PARK, Lydia Nora PARK, Clara Agnes PARK, Stephen Edgar PARK.


Almon PARK was born on 5 May 1880 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 6 November 1955 at the age of 75 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Brookside Cemetery in Bridgewater. Parents: Lewis PARK and Catherine E. WAMBACK.

Spouse: Jennie Marie FANCY. Jennie Marie FANCY and Almon PARK were married on 26 May 1910 in Halifax, Halifax County, Nova Scotia.


Angus PARK was born UNKNOWN in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died UNKNOWN in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Angus Park died unmarried. Parents: Solomon PARK and Eleanor WAMBACK.


Angus Perry PARK was born in December 1897 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 24 April 1916 at the age of 18 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He accidentally drowned in the LaHave River. He was buried in the Creek Hill Cemetery in East La Have. Drowned in the La Have River on April 24, 1916 at 18 years and 5 months of age. Parents: James "Simeon" PARK and Angeline Mary Ann CORKUM.


Ann PARK was born on 11 July 1787 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died in 1875 at the age of 88 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Ann lived in the house that her brother William built in Park's Creek. She died unmarried, and was blind for the last years of her life. Parents: William PARK and Anna CROOKS.


Ann Elizabeth PARK was born on 9 May 1841 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died in 1904 at the age of 63 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Gravestone inscribed Eliza Ann b. May 9 1839, although the United Church records give her birth year as 1841. There is no date of Death inscribed upon her stone. No given name for her husband, only the surname of Acker. Parents: Thomas PARK and Anna Margaret MOUZAR.

Spouse: Arthur Frederick ACKER. Ann Elizabeth PARK and Arthur Frederick ACKER were married on 27 January 1871 in Windsor, Hants County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Stanley T. Ethelbert ACKER.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.


Anna PARK was born on 30 March 1799 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was baptized on 30 June 1799. She died before 1877 at the age of 78 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: John PARK and Catherine , [Neville?] NEVEL.


Anna PARK was born on 1 February 1819 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died UNKNOWN. Parents: John PARK and Charlotte Elizabeth TANNER.

Spouse: David COOK. Anna PARK and David COOK were married UNKNOWN.


Anna Catherine PARK was born on 2 July 1798. She was baptized on 2 November 1802. Parents: James , Jr. PARK and Jane Rebecca PARK.

Spouse: George Michael FANCY. Anna Catherine PARK and George Michael FANCY were married on 21 July 1825. Children were: James Parks FANCY, Ann Druscilla FANCY, Henry Horatio FANCY.


Anna Louisa PARK was born on 4 March 1856 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 4 June 1916 at the age of 60 in Feltzen South, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Feltzen South Community Cemetery. Parents: James , Jr. PARK and Cassandra PARK.

Spouse: John Samuel SPINDLER. Anna Louisa PARK and John Samuel SPINDLER were married on 26 January 1882 in Parks Creek, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Roger (tiwn) SPINDLER, Marian (twin) SPINDLER, Willett Alvin SPINDLER, Grace Lillie SPINDLER, Mary Etta (tiwn) SPINDLER, Roy William (tiwn) SPINDLER, Alvin Samuel SPINDLER.


Anna Mary Augusta PARK was born on 14 June 1874 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 26 December 1949 at the age of 75 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Parents: Thomas Gilbert PARK and Mary Lavinia REINHARDT.

Spouse: Neil Harry GILLIS. Anna Mary Augusta PARK and Neil Harry GILLIS were married on 27 December 1899 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Gordon Park GILLIS, Kenneth Gilbert GILLIS.


Anna Mathilda PARK was born on 18 October 1830 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 17 July 1902 at the age of 71 in Broad Cove, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the First Settlers Cemetery in Broad Cove. Parents: William PARK and Lydia , [Publicover] BUBICOFFER.

Spouse: John Daniel HERMAN. Anna Mathilda PARK and John Daniel HERMAN were married UNKNOWN. Children were: Angus Parks HERMAN.


Annie May Augusta (twin) PARK was born on 8 March 1874 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 20 July 1935 at the age of 61 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in Port Medway. Parents: Isaac Newton PARK and Ellen Cohoon PARK.


Archibald William PARK was born on 22 May 1883 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 20 February 1889 at the age of 5 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Lewis PARK and Catherine E. WAMBACK.


Arthur Ewart Learn PARK was born on 2 July 1898 in Kingsmill, Ontario. He died on 5 November 1954 at the age of 56 in Windsor, Ontario. Parents: Solomon Learn PARK and Victoria PEARCE.

Spouse: Leah Beatrice MILLER. Leah Beatrice MILLER and Arthur Ewart Learn PARK were married on 15 November 1922 in Aylmer, Ontario, Canada. Children were: Harold Ewart PARK, Living.


Atwood Deane PARK was born in March 1815 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was baptized on 8 September 1816. He died in 1884 at the age of 69 in Malahide, Elgin County, Ontario. Atwood was born in Port Medway about 1815/16. I have not been able to determine to whom he was sent after the drowning death of his father. Atwood would have been about ten at the time. It would seem probably, since he was later a tanner, currier and shoe maker, that he was perhaps let out to someone in this trade as an apprentice In 1838 he married Mary Ann Harlow. Their children were probably born at Port Medway. There is, however a map of the Parks that have resided at Park's Creek, or East La Have from 1781-1900 [Parks Family: K. Parks and P. Mombourquette. The introductory pages sent to me from Liverpool Museum.] On this map lot #8 is occupied [no date] by Robert and Atwood Parks. [since son Robert was also a shoe maker, could they have had an establishment there for the working of leather?] The first indication that I have of Atwood and Mary Ann being in "upper Canada" is the record of their son Wesley being baptized in Malachite Township in May of 1853 [from the Baptist. Records. of Wesleyan Methodist Church, Malachite, on micro film.] They give their place of residence as Malachite, however, they do not appear on the census records for the year 1851. It could be that they were staying with either Jerusha Park McConnell, James Park or even sister Lois Park Bangs, all of whom were living in Malachite at that time. They must have returned to Nova Scotia, as their last child, daughter Jerusha was born there in 1858. She died in 1862 and is buried in the Old Cemetery at Port Medway, Nova Scotia The next known of Atwood is when, in 1864, he purchased one acre of Land of the William Lyons Farm at the Grovesend Corners being Lot 22 Concession 1, Malachite Township Elgin County. and one acre at the S. E. Corner, part lot 23,Concession 1, Malachite. Six years later [1872] he sold both of these lots to Daniel Markle and moved to Lot 8, Concession 6, Malachite. It is interesting to note that there is a "Park Street" in Aylmer a block west of the High School, the location of which, before the town expanded would have been in Lot #8, concession #6 of Malachite. By the census of 1871, however, Atwood is living in the town of Aylmer[ location not indicated] with only Mary Ann, and Son Wesley. By the year 1872, Atwood and his son Robert are the proprietors of a business in the town of Aylmer, being tanners and curriers and preparers of leather [Businesses in town of Aylmer, 1772]. I cannot find them in the census of 1881. The death certificate of Atwood, does not give any parentage nor does it give place of birth. His cause of death is recorded [illegible] "from a note of Dr. Clarke" and is registered as occurring between June and December of 1884, by the County Clerk. [cause of death cystitis/?]
It appears that Atwood and Mary Ann came to Upper Canada sometime around 1852-53 where Charles Wesley was born[ he was probably born in Nova Scotia and came with his parents this date.], and then returned at some unspecified date to Nova Scotia where Jerusha was born in 1858. They then returned to Upper Canada, purchasing the land noted above. Recently, from Harley Walker, found in the Diary of William Ford "....September 24, 1860..Atwood Parks and family returned from Canada...September 26, 1860..Mr. Atwood Parks moved into Dennis Hayden's place to-day, price $10 per quarter...October 19, 1860...rented to Alexander Ford the Hayden House at 10 pounds per year. Parks, who rented it before only stopped 6 days."
With whom did Atwood and Mary Ann leave Elizabeth, Lucinda, and Jane when they came to Canada? There is no indication that these little girls were ever in Upper Canada with their parents.[ for that matter, Robert was in business with his father, and Wesley was born there, and James Deane operated photographic studios, first in Port Burwell, then Springfield and later in Aylmer and St, Thomas, [James was also a County Auctioneer, as per his outline in Elgin County Atlas of 1881.] there is no indication that any of the other children came with their parents, although they were quite young at the time, Charles" Atwood", who later lived in Springfield Mass, Elizabeth married and removed to Massachusetts, Lucinda likewise, and Jane was "sent to New York" [city or state was never clear.] to learn" the art of forming fruits and flower from wax." She was probably visiting her parents in Aylmer/Springfield when she met and soon after married James Clunas. There is no indication in the Elgin County census' of 1871 that any of the children other than "Wesley" lived with them in their residence in Aylmer. I have not found them in the 1851, 1861 census', but from the recent note form H. Walker, it would appear that they were in NOVA SCOTIA at the time of the 1861 census, and probably living with one of Atwood's siblings in the Port Burwell area during the census of 1851 which only gives Head of Family and number in household. There is nothing that I can find for 1881, although they appear to have been living in the town of Aylmer at this time.
Armstrongs' Gazetteer for County of Elgin 1872: AYLMER: " A&R Parks..tanners and curriers".
Methodist Marriages at Liverpool [Liverpool Museum, holder] May 21, 1838; Banns, Atwood Parks, Bachelor to Ann Harlow, Spinster by Rev. William. Smith. Both of Liverpool, married. at home of Robert Harlow.
Records [incomplete] United Church manse, Petite Riviere [from Malcolm Parks] births and baptisms performed in the village by visiting ministers from Liverpool and Lunenburg 1806-1850, before there was a resident minister in Petite, R. Entry:" Atwood Deane Park, son of William and Elizabeth, aged 18 months, baptized by James Knowlan." The entry is under the year 1816. The entry of Atwood follows a baptism by a different minister, R. Taylor, and is itself followed by three more baptisms by Knowlan, all on Sunday September 8, 1816. Therefore almost certainly Knowlan, visiting from Liverpool would have baptized. all four infants, thus grouped to-gather at the same time, and that Atwood would have been born sometime in March of 1815. These baptisms would have been performed in the Methodist chapel in Petite Riviere for it had just been built in 1815.
School Records for Petite Riviere 1821 lists James, William and Atwood Park as pupils. Parents: William PARK and Elizabeth COHOON.

Spouse: Mary Ann HARLOW. Mary Ann HARLOW and Atwood Deane PARK were married on 21 May 1838 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Mary Elizabeth PARK, Robert PARK, James Dean PARK, William Atwood , Jr., ["Att"] PARK, Lucinda [Lou]Mack PARK, Jane G. [Jenny] PARK, Charles Wesley , ["Wes"] PARK, Jerusha PARK.


Living (private). Parents: Harold Ewart PARK and Living.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living.


Belle PARK was born on 16 October 1884 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 20 May 1918 at the age of 33 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Belle Park died unmarried. Parents: William , Jr. PARK and Rosana GERHARDT.


Bertha Evangeline PARK was born on 1 June 1872 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 20 January 1967 at the age of 94 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Parents: Thomas Gilbert PARK and Mary Lavinia REINHARDT.

Spouse: Stanley T. Ethelbert ACKER. Bertha Evangeline PARK and Stanley T. Ethelbert ACKER were married about 1896 in Cambridge, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Children were: Marion Ruth ACKER.


Bertha Rosanna PARK was born on 22 September 1877 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 17 June 1929 at the age of 51 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Creek Hill Cemetery in East La Have. Bertham died unmarried. Parents: William , Jr. PARK and Rosana GERHARDT.


Living (private). Parents: Harold Ewart PARK and Living.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.


Burnett PARK was born on 4 September 1922 in Digby, Digby County, Nova Scotia. He died on 27 February 1992 at the age of 69 in Digby, Digby County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Frederick Gabriel PARK and Minnie VICKERY.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living.


Calder Theodore PARK was born in May 1867 in Voglers Cove, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 10 July 1870 at the age of 3 in East Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the East Port Medway Community Cemetery. g/s says died at aged 3 years 2 months. Parents: John PARK and Selina Jane VOGLER.


Carl PARK was born in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Gabriel Morris PARK and Ella Josephine RAFUSE.


Cassandra PARK was born on 10 November 1826 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died UNKNOWN. Year date for Cassandra's birth, and the month of November 1826, is the same as for her brother Joseph. I believe that Joseph is November 1826 and that Cassandra must be either 1827 or 1828. Parents: William PARK and Lydia , [Publicover] BUBICOFFER.

Spouse: James , Jr. PARK. Cassandra PARK and James , Jr. PARK were married on 17 December 1853 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Emily Dora PARK, Anna Louisa PARK, James William PARK, Cassandra Elizabeth PARK.


Cassandra Elizabeth PARK was born on 15 October 1861 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 16 December 1941 at the age of 80 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Hill Crest Cemetery in Lunenburg. Elizabeth Cassandra Park died at an unknown date, unmarried Parents: James , Jr. PARK and Cassandra PARK.


Catherine Augusta PARK was born on 13 September 1853 in Port Burwell, Elgin County, Ontario. She died in 1942 at the age of 89. Catherine was known as "Gus" and her husband, a Mr. Beemer did not live long after the marriage. Gus was a tailor in Toronto, and later came back and lived with her brother Edwin ["Ed"] There was no issue from her marriage Parents: James PARK and Maria MCCONNELL.

Spouse: BEEMER. Catherine Augusta PARK and BEEMER were married UNKNOWN.


Catherine Elizabeth PARK was born on 12 October 1869 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 7 June 1899 at the age of 29 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Pioneer Cemetery in Lower Rose Bay. Parents: Lewis PARK and Catherine E. WAMBACK.

Spouse: Freeman SPINDLER. Catherine Elizabeth PARK and Freeman SPINDLER were married UNKNOWN in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.


Catherine Lavinia PARK was born on 2 October 1821 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 18 September 1886 at the age of 64 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Marriage registered at Lunenburg Presbyterian Church calls her Levina Katherine Parke. Parents: William PARK and Lydia , [Publicover] BUBICOFFER.

Spouse: John , [Publicover] BUBICOFFER. Catherine Lavinia PARK and John , [Publicover] BUBICOFFER were married UNKNOWN.


Living (private). Parents: Malcolm Gordon PARK and Doris Louise JOHNSTONE.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living, Living, Living, Living.


Catherine MacDonald PARK was born on 17 June 1820 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died UNKNOWN. Catherine was baptized in 1820. Malcolm Parks of Petite Riviere tells me that he has a Baptism certificate for her for that date. He also informs me that perhaps Catherine was living with he mother at her Paternal grandparents in 1838, as the census for that year shows five members: James and Rebecca, a boy between six and fourteen, and two other females over fourteen. If Elizabeth was indeed living with her husband's parents at this time, the boy may well have been Solomon, who would have been about twelve at this time, and the girl would either have been Catherine or Lois.
.[ Malcolm Parks, March 20, 1996] Parents: William PARK and Elizabeth COHOON.

Spouse: Robert CROSBY. Catherine MacDonald PARK and Robert CROSBY were married UNKNOWN in Elgin County, Ontario.


Ceretha PARK was born on 12 August 1824 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 15 January 1908 at the age of 83 in South Brookfield, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Matthew PARK and Lydia DEXTER.

Spouse: Samuel SMITH. Ceretha PARK and Samuel SMITH were married UNKNOWN in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Freeman Park SMITH, Mercy E. SMITH, Ira Pitman SMITH, Roxanna Jane SMITH, Samuel Primrose SMITH, Jordon Wesley SMITH, James Whidden SMITH.


Cerval PARK was born in August 1902. Parents: Gabriel Morris PARK and Ella Josephine RAFUSE.


Living (private). Parents: Larry Albert PARK and Living.


Charles PARK was born on 15 June 1868 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 26 December 1957 at the age of 89 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Creek Hill Cemetery in East La Have. Charles and Theresa Park had no issue Parents: James , Jr. PARK and Mary Ann MOSHER.

Spouse: Theresa Desiah PARK. Theresa Desiah PARK and Charles PARK were married on 23 March 1913 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Charles Hugh PARK was born on 20 December 1875 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 3 November 1949 at the age of 73 in Middle La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Creek Hill Cemetery in East La Have. Known in the family as "Hughie" [Pat Mombourquet] Parents: Lewis PARK and Catherine E. WAMBACK.

Spouse: Elizabeth Ann Delilah CORKUM. Elizabeth Ann Delilah CORKUM and Charles Hugh PARK were married on 19 March 1901 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.


Charles Wesley , ["Wes"] PARK was born on 5 May 1853 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died after July 1922 at the age of 69 in Jersey City, New Jersey. For dates of birth and baptism see "Wesleyan Bapt. Records for Malahide Township. on Microfilm",
Wesley [as he was bapt. but was called and wrote his name as Charles Wesley, or C.W.] was bapt. by Rev. G. Kennedy on May 21, 1854. Bapt. record gives his date of birth as May 5th, 1853, and his parents residence as Malahide Township. Since he was almost a year at this baptism, he could very well have been born in Nova Scotia and come to "Canada" with his parents, to one of Atwood's siblings during the previous year.
Listing from the Jersey City Directory 1922-23 [R.L. Polk & Co.'s] " Parks, Chas. W. [Ada L.] teas [teachers] h 2869 Blvd."
From letter of sister-in-law [wife of [William] Atwood Parks to niece Mrs. Mabel Hoffman, dated July 25 1922. [see under William Atwood Park notes.] " Brother Wesley and wife are on their vacation now for two weeks, going to Niagara Falls. Their address when home is " C.W. Parks, 2869 Boulevard, Jersey City, New Jersey." It appears that both "Wes" and his wife were teachers in the Jersey City School system at the time of sister Mary Elizabeth Kellogg's death in 1922. Parents: Atwood Deane PARK and Mary Ann HARLOW.

Spouse: Ada L. . Ada L. and Charles Wesley , ["Wes"] PARK were married UNKNOWN.


Charlotte PARK was born UNKNOWN in Northwest Bay, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died UNKNOWN. Parents: Matthew PARK and Mary DUNLOP.

Spouse: Matthew Johnston PARK. Charlotte PARK and Matthew Johnston PARK were married about 1805 in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Rebecca Charlotte PARK, Thomas PARK.

Spouse: DOLLIVER. Charlotte PARK and DOLLIVER were married before 15 September 1848 in Nova Scotia.


Charlotte , [twin] PARK was born on 26 May 1876 in East Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died in 1949 at the age of 73 in East Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the East Port Medway Community Cemetery. Parents: Henry Allen PARK and Henrietta ARMSTRONG.

Spouse: Eber Wile VAUGHAN. Charlotte , [twin] PARK and Eber Wile VAUGHAN were married on 12 December 1897 in East Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia.


Living (private). Parents: Malcolm Gordon PARK and Doris Louise JOHNSTONE.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living.


Child PARK was born UNKNOWN in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Parents: William Dunlop PARK and Amelia BANGS.


Child PARK was born on 17 June 1791 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Child Park christened on June 17 1791. No indication of sex of this child. Possibly died young. Parents: James , Jr. PARK and Jane Rebecca PARK.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Clara Agnes PARK was born on 6 December 1855 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She was baptized in 1856. Parents: Alexander Dunlop PARK and Jane COHOON.


Clarissa Elizabeth PARK was born on 1 January 1857 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 7 October 1889 at the age of 32. Parents: George PARK and Mary K DILLION.

Spouse: George Enos CONRAD. Clarissa Elizabeth PARK and George Enos CONRAD were married on 11 February 1877. Children were: George Enos CONRAD.


Cyril Marshall PARK was born on 17 September 1896 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 17 June 1918 at the age of 21 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Creek Hill Cemetery in East La Have. Parents: James "Simeon" PARK and Angeline Mary Ann CORKUM.


Cyrus William PARK was born on 21 October 1866 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 29 June 1934 at the age of 67 in Bridgewater, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Creek Hill Cemetery in East La Have. Parents: William , Jr. PARK and Rosana GERHARDT.

Spouse: Harriet Edna ZINCK. Harriet Edna ZINCK and Cyrus William PARK were married on 27 January 1898 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.


Daniel PARK was born on 19 November 1829 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 15 March 1853 at the age of 23 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Parents: James PARK and Elizabeth PUBLICOVER.