Hannah PARK was born on 25 October 1838 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 9 January 1869 at the age of 30 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Old Cemetery in Port Medway. Parents: Joseph PARK and Lucy PENTZ.

Spouse: John MEISNER. Hannah PARK and John MEISNER were married on 23 December 1861 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: John Fraser MEISNER.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Hannah Selina PARK was born on 5 March 1860 in Malahide, Elgin County, Ontario. She died on 13 March 1860 at the age of 0 in Malahide, Elgin County, Ontario. Parents: Solomon Drew PARK and Elsie Ann LEARN.


Harold Ewart PARK was born on 20 March 1925 in Windsor, Ontario. He died on 4 August 1980 at the age of 55 in London, Ontario. Parents: Arthur Ewart Learn PARK and Leah Beatrice MILLER.

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


Harriet "Perlina" PARK was born on 19 December 1867 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 25 January 1940 at the age of 72 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Lewis PARK and Catherine E. WAMBACK.

Spouse: Hiram John Nicholas OXNER. Harriet "Perlina" PARK and Hiram John Nicholas OXNER were married UNKNOWN in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Harry Frederic PARK was born on 29 April 1909 in Parks Creek, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Robert James PARK and Ada May ROMKEY.


Living (private). Parents: Maxwell Albert PARK and Evelyn WOLFE.

Spouse: Living.


Henry Allen PARK was born on 10 October 1847 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 10 September 1927 at the age of 79 in East Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the East Port Medway Community Cemetery. Parents: Alexander Dunlop PARK and Jane COHOON.

Spouse: Henrietta ARMSTRONG. Henrietta ARMSTRONG and Henry Allen PARK were married on 17 May 1875 in East Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Charlotte , [twin] PARK, Ernest Winford , [twin] PARK, Nelson Theodore PARK, Dorcas Sepora PARK.


Ira PARK was born on 10 June 1882 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 19 September 1908 at the age of 26 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was lost at sea. He was unmarried and he was lost at sea. Parents: William , Jr. PARK and Rosana GERHARDT.


Isaac Newton PARK was born on 19 October 1845 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 10 January 1913 at the age of 67 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in Port Medway. Parents: Joseph PARK and Lucy PENTZ.

Spouse: Ellen Cohoon PARK. Ellen Cohoon PARK and Isaac Newton PARK were married on 7 December 1873 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Annie May Augusta (twin) PARK, Lucy Eva Beatrice (twin) PARK, Percy Hamilton PARK, Edward Freeman "Ned" PARK, James Andrew PARK, Scott Earle PARK, Nellie Leah PARK, Stannage Everton PARK.


J. Stanley PARK was born in 1913 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died in 1975 at the age of 62 in Newark, New Jersey. He was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in Port Medway. No issue Parents: Percy Hamilton PARK and Margaret Martin MACKINNON.


Jabez Elson PARK was born on 27 May 1852 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 21 August 1916 at the age of 64 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He was buried in the Old Cemetery in Port Medway. Jabez Park was a restaurateur in Boston and died in 1916 at Boston, unmarried. Parents: Thomas PARK and Anna Margaret MOUZAR.


Jabez Freeman PARK was born in January 1814 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 8 July 1901 at the age of 87 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Birthday is between the tenth and the fourteenth of January 1814. Ref: Park Family, Robert F. Kirpatrick p9.
Jabez Park was the owner of the Brigantine "Abeong" in 1846, built by Henry Augustus Fader, his brother in law, at Port Medway, and the Schooner "Lotus", built in Port Medway in 1855. Parents: Matthew PARK and Abigail FREEMAN.

Spouse: Lucy FADER. Lucy FADER and Jabez Freeman PARK were married on 25 June 1841 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia.

Spouse: Ann Druscilla FANCY. Ann Druscilla FANCY and Jabez Freeman PARK were married on 9 January 1855 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: James Edward PARK, Druscilla PARK.


Jabez Nelson PARK was born on 18 July 1855 in Northwest Bay, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 12 December 1927 at the age of 72 in Northwest Bay, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the East Port Medway Community Cemetery. Parents: Stephen J. PARK and Lydia Ann FOSTER.

Spouse: Martha Alice HAUGHN. Martha Alice HAUGHN and Jabez Nelson PARK were married on 23 December 1884 in Bridgewater, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Theodore PARK.


Jacob PARK was born on 20 October 1810 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Jacob Park died unmarried. Ref: "Park Family" by Robert F. Kirpatrick. Parents: John PARK and Charlotte Elizabeth TANNER.


James PARK was born about 1718 in Ireland. He died on 25 January 1813 at the age of 95 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. [Introduction from the notes of P. Mombourquette on the "Park family: James]
quote.. "This family history concentrates on the descendants of James Park of Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.
Official records and documents establish that two brothers, James and John, and Matthew [possibly a cousin] from Northern Ireland settled at Petite Riviere between 1760-1770. All were without a doubt Scots Irish emigrants from Ulster. Because of the lack of information about families emigrating form Ulster in the latter half of the eighteenth century, the authors have not, at the time of this printing, been able to trace the antecedents of the Parks family in Ulster.
Although no ship lists have survived to tell us when in the 1760's and by what route these particular emigrants arrived in Nova Scotia, it is possible, even probable, that James, John and Matthew Park came to the province in a ship chartered by Colonel Alexander McNutt [*see notes under Matthew Park for third theory disproved*] and Ulsterman who was responsible for the settling of any of his fellow countrymen in Nova Scotia. Of all his shipments of emigrants in the 1760's only one was directed to New Dublin Township, that portion of present-day Lunenburg County, extending from the La Have River westward to what is now Queen's County, and including Petite Riviere. In 1762, when McNutt advertised for emigrants in Londonderry, 150-200 responded and sailed in late August form that port aboard the vessels "Nancy" and "Hopewell". These immigrants arrived in Halifax early in November, were greeted by the Lieutenant-Governor, Jonathan Belcher, and were then sent along the coast to New Dublin Township. While there are no records to indicate whether or not the Park families were among these settlers, the coincidence of their presence in the Petite Riviere area in the same decade in which this sole official Scots-Irish settlement took place is worthy of note.
Without evidence based on research in Northern Ireland, the place of origin of these Park families is of course unknown. One clue that emerges from accounts of emigration from Ulster in the 1770's however, points to County Tyrone as the home of at least some Park families. In 1772 and again in 1775 a Samuel Park was an emigration agent in Stewartstown. a place a few miles west of Lough Neagh, and in 1774 a Robert Park of Stewartstown was actin in the same capacity.
Several theories have been advanced to account for the ancestors of James Park leaving Scotland to settle in Ulster. One theory has it that in the 1740's, after the defeat of Charles Edward Stuart, at the Battle of Culloden, when many of his followers fled for their lives, the Park families were among those who crossed over into Ireland. Another theory is that an ancestor of James moved or was required to move, form Scotland to Ireland as part of the "Plantation of Ulster, the systematic settling of English and Scottish Protestants in Ulster which began under James I and continued sporadically form many decades afterwards. All that is definitely known, however is that James Park was a successful "yarn merchant" and farmer who carried on the business of weaving and spinning, and settled with his family at Petite Riviere." end quote

Spouse: Jane . Jane and James PARK were married about 1750 in Ulster, Northern Ireland. Children were: Thomas PARK, William PARK, James , Jr. PARK, Mary PARK.


James PARK was born about 1748 in Northern Ireland. He died on 25 January 1843 at the age of 95 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Old Cemetery in Port Medway. James Park died between January 3, 1846 and December 13th, 1849. [This from Malcolm Parks.]
NOTE: There is a son, James, recorded as born November 3rd, 1787 to James and Rebecca Park. I haven't found this son anywhere else, and the dates may be recorded incorrectly for the son James who was born in August of 1787 and died at 23 months. Parents: Matthew PARK and Mary .

Spouse: Rebecca . Rebecca and James PARK were married about 1771 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Mary PARK, Maria PARK, Rebecca PARK, Janet [Jane] PARK, William PARK, Margaret PARK, James PARK, Daughter PARK, Ruth PARK, Susannah PARK, Louisa PARK.

Spouse: Hannah FREEMAN. Hannah FREEMAN and James PARK were married on 4 May 1806. Children were: Joseph PARK.


James PARK was born on 25 September 1783 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was baptized on 26 July 1784. He died after 13 February 1816 at the age of 32 in lost at sea. James Park was a Master Mariner. Parents: Thomas PARK and Rebecca PARK.


James PARK was born on 26 October 1785 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was baptized on 3 May 1786. He died on 7 April 1842 at the age of 56 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Parents: William PARK and Anna CROOKS.

Spouse: Elizabeth PUBLICOVER. Elizabeth PUBLICOVER and James PARK were married on 22 December 1812 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Mary Ann Margaret PARK, Margaret PARK, Edwin Alexander PARK, James , Jr. PARK, Frederick Joseph PARK, William Peter PARK, Lewis PARK, Daniel PARK.


James PARK was born in August 1787 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died before September 1789 at the age of 2 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was baptized in September 1789. Ref: Deaths Burials and Probates of Nova Scotians 1749-1799 from Primary Sources. A.E. Marble, Gen. Assoc. of N.S. Halifax. 1990 Parents: James PARK and Rebecca .


James PARK was born on 13 June 1807 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was baptized in 1812. He died on 20 January 1882 at the age of 74 in Port Burwell, Elgin County, Ontario. James Park first married Eleanor Peterson and had two sons. Eleanor and both boys died circa 1840 in Nova Scotia, and James removed to Malachite Township Elgin County in 1845, purchasing 100 acres of land , the S 1/2 of Lot 25, Concession 3 of Malachite Township, Elgin County from Reuben McConnell. He married in 1850, Maria McConnell, whose brother James McConnell later married his sister Jerusha, both being children of Joseph and Mary Shook McConnell. They lived on this farm until their deaths, he in 1882 and she in 1904. They are both buried in the Berean Cemetery near Port Burwell, Elgin Co., Ontario References for this family come from a descendant R.H. Thompson of Winnipeg Manitoba; Census records of Elgin County, Ontario;Ontario Land papers, ibid; Church records Port Burwell, Ontario; the Haggan Papers; Family records held at Elgin County Museum in St. Thomas; Aylmer Museum, Aylmer, Ontario. Parents: William PARK and Elizabeth COHOON.

Spouse: Eleanor PETERSON. Eleanor PETERSON and James PARK were married about 1835 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Son PARK, Son PARK.

Spouse: Maria MCCONNELL. Maria MCCONNELL and James PARK were married on 20 October 1850 in Port Burwell, Elgin County, Ontario. Children were: William Kosuth PARK, Catherine Augusta PARK, Eleanor PARK, Margaret Jane , [Maggie] PARK, James Edwin PARK.


James PARK was born on 27 February 1816 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 8 June 1853 at the age of 37 in Nictaux, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia. James was a Baptist Minister in Nova Scotia. Parents: Matthew PARK and Abigail FREEMAN.

Spouse: Cynthia FREEMAN. Cynthia FREEMAN and James PARK were married on 9 November 1840. Children were: Lydia Maria PARK.


James PARK was born on 15 March 1817 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Parents: John PARK and Charlotte Elizabeth TANNER.


James "Simeon" PARK was baptized in 1860. He was born on 10 October 1860 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 26 May 1941 at the age of 80 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. James was buried in the Creek Hill Cemetery in East La Have. James Simeon was known locally as "Sam Parks"
Another child buried at Hill Creek Cemetery. No name or date on stone. Parents: Solomon PARK and Eleanor WAMBACK.

Spouse: Angeline Mary Ann CORKUM. Angeline Mary Ann CORKUM and James "Simeon" PARK were married on 21 March 1889 in Lunenburg, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Cyril Marshall PARK, Angus Perry PARK, Mildred Beulah PARK.


James , Jr. PARK was born about 1754 in Northern Ireland. He died after 25 July 1818 at the age of 64 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Died sometime between July 26, 1818 [deed] and 1827 when there was a distribution of home property by son Matthew, and second wife Lydia Dexter.
Although it isn't indicated, it seems to me that Joseph and William are the sons of second wife, since they were both born after the second marriage date of 1806. So recorded here. Parents: James PARK and Jane .

Spouse: Jane Rebecca PARK. Jane Rebecca PARK and James , Jr. PARK were married on 12 July 1787 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Matthew PARK, Child PARK, Daughter PARK, Anna Catherine PARK.


James , Jr. PARK was born on 21 March 1819 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was baptized on 15 June 1819. He died on 30 November 1887 at the age of 68. James was buried in the OLd Community Cemetery in East LaHave. Robert F. Kirpatrick in his papers on the Parks Family gives wives !. Cassandra Park, daughter of William and Lydia Publicover [Publicover] Park and 2. Mary Ann Moser. It is not certain from which wife these children listed belong. Parents: James PARK and Elizabeth PUBLICOVER.

Spouse: Cassandra 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.

Spouse: Mary Ann MOSHER. Mary Ann MOSHER and James , Jr. PARK were married in October 1864. Children were: Charles PARK, Frances "Fannie" PARK, Rose PARK.


James Andrew PARK was born on 18 March 1879 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 24 October 1949 at the age of 70 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in Port Medway. There was no issue from this marriage. Parents: Isaac Newton PARK and Ellen Cohoon PARK.

Spouse: Sophie Elizabeth MEISNER. Sophie Elizabeth MEISNER and James Andrew PARK were married on 26 December 1914 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia.


James Dean PARK was born about June 1844 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died on 30 March 1887 at the age of 42 in Aylmer, Ontario, Canada. Armstrong's Gazetteer for County of Elgin 1872: Parks, James Photographer, county Auctioneer etc. Office over Binghams Store, Aylmer.
Ontario Photographers List 1851-1900 by Glen C. Phillips:
"Port Burwell: Parks, James C. Photographer 1865."
" Aylmer: Parks, James C. Photographer and County Auctioneer 1871-1874."
"St. Thomas: Parks. James C. Photographer and Auctioneer 1875."
James died, suddenly, it appears, at age 43 years. This is the age given on his gravestone at the Aylmer cemetery There was no will. He is buried in a large plot in the Aylmer Cemetery with an obelisk type marker about six feet tall. James never married. The Museum in Aylmer has examples of his photographic work, which I have not been able to see, as they tell me it is packed away and only brought out once a year. He is mentioned as Mary Ann's son, in her obituary "many older citizens will remember her son J.D. Parks, who predeceased her." Parents: Atwood Deane PARK and Mary Ann HARLOW.


James Edward PARK was born UNKNOWN in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He died UNKNOWN in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried. Parents: Jabez Freeman PARK and Ann Druscilla FANCY.


James Edwin PARK was born on 17 January 1858 in Port Burwell, Elgin County, Ontario. He died in 1948 at the age of 90 in Aylmer, Ontario, Canada. James Edwin, known as "Ed", never married and stayed on the family farm. He was a wood worker and made items for the local farmers. His sisters Elly and Gus lived with him. A relative says that when she was a little girl she was proud to be related to these people, as when they came to "town" [Aylmer] they were exquisitely tailored, sophisticated and very impressive in their horse drawn carriage. Ed finally sold the farm and moved into Aylmer where he died. Parents: James PARK and Maria MCCONNELL.


James Eldred PARK was born on 9 November 1851 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 29 March 1939 at the age of 87 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Wesley United Church Cemetery in Petite Riviere. James and second wife are buried to-gether at cemetery in Petite Riviere, N.S. There was no issue from his second marriage.
Three other graves with Mary and James: no dates on stones...are they daughters? Zeta E.; Merna; Carrie B. [have her listed as daughter] Parents: Alexander Dunlop PARK and Jane COHOON.

Spouse: Bessie Mae CORKUM. Bessie Mae CORKUM and James Eldred PARK were married on 2 September 1905 in Bridgewater, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.

Spouse: Mary Isobel "Belle" PARK. Mary Isobel "Belle" PARK and James Eldred PARK were married on 16 October 1884 in East Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia.


James LeRoy PARK was born on 27 January 1885 in Port Burwell, Elgin County, Ontario. This couple resided in St. Thomas Ontario. See "Park Story" by Hazel Parks of London. Also recorded in McConnell Family Records held by R.H. Thompson of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Parents: William Kosuth PARK and Mary Ellen BURGER.

Spouse: Julia ROGERS.


James Millage PARK was born on 27 January 1866 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 31 July 1948 at the age of 82 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Moutain Cemetery in Yarmouth. Parents: Lewis PARK and Catherine E. WAMBACK.

Spouse: Edna Mabel HIMMELMAN. Edna Mabel HIMMELMAN and James Millage PARK were married on 13 January 1895 in Getsons Cove, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.

Spouse: Adelaide Kennedy RICHARDS. Adelaide Kennedy RICHARDS and James Millage PARK were married on 24 June 1915 in Yarmouth, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia.


James William PARK was born on 5 November 1859 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He died on 25 September 1929 at the age of 69 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was buried in the Creek Hill Cemetery in East La Have. Wives given on page 12, Robert F. Kirpatrick papers on the Park Family. Parents: James , Jr. PARK and Cassandra PARK.

Spouse: Lois WILKIE. Lois WILKIE and James William PARK were married on 10 February 1887 in Middle La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Lois Harriet PARK.

Spouse: Albertine A SELLARS. Albertine A SELLARS and James William PARK were married on 9 February 1911 in Parks Creek, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.


Jane PARK was born on 13 December 1783 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She was baptized on 13 May 1784. She died UNKNOWN. Parents: William PARK and Anna CROOKS.

Spouse: Thomas MCCORMACK. Jane PARK and Thomas MCCORMACK were married on 29 January 1834.


Jane PARK was born in 1813 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 29 March 1860 at the age of 47 in Lawrencetown, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Matthew PARK and Abigail FREEMAN.

Spouse: Jacob MERRY. Jane PARK and Jacob MERRY were married on 20 December 1832 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia.


Jane G. [Jenny] PARK was born about 1850 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 29 February 1896 at the age of 46 in Springfield, Elgin County, Ontario. Aylmer Sun March 5th 1896 pg.5: " It is our sad duty to chronicle the death of Mrs. James Clunas which occurred Saturday Morning. Mrs Clunas was taken ill with lung trouble in July. She recovered, however, and was thought by her friends to be quite well. But in September she was again attacked this time with an abscess since which time she has gradually faded till death put an end to her most dreadful suffering. She was in her forty sixth year and was highly respected. She leaves a sorrowing husband and five children mourn the loss of a loving mother. The funeral was held Tuesday in the Methodist Church. Services were conducted by Rev. A.H. Going, of this place, of whose church she was a valued member."

Aylmer Sun, March 5th 1896 pg.3: " Was are sorry to have to announce the death of Mrs. James Clunas which occurred on Saturday last at her residence south west of Springfield after a lingering illness. The funeral service was held in the Methodist Church, Aylmer on Tuesday, and the interment took place in the Aylmer Cemetery. Deceased, having formerly lived here, was well known, much respected by a large circle of friends who extend to the bereaved husband and five children their sympathy."

Aylmer Express March 5, 1896. pg.1 : On Saturday last, Jennie C., wife of Mr. Jas. Clunas died at her home in Malahide in her 46th year. For a long time she has been a patient sufferer from consumption, bearing her suffering with true Christian patience and fortitude. Mrs. Clunas enjoyed the respect and esteem of a large circle of friends, by whom she will be mourned and missed. She was a member of the Springfield Methodist Church for many years where her faithful work will be missed. The husband and family have the sympathy of all. Funeral services were held in the Aylmer Methodist Church on Tuesday, the Rev. Going preaching an effusive sermon. The interment took place in the Aylmer Cemetery."
All five children of Jenny are remembered in the settlement of the estate of Mary Elizabeth Parks Kellogg, the eldest sister of Jenny in July 1922, Springfield Probate Court. Parents: Atwood Deane PARK and Mary Ann HARLOW.

Spouse: James CLUNAS. Jane G. [Jenny] PARK and James CLUNAS were married about 1871 in Springfield, Elgin County, Ontario. Children were: Mabel Maude CLUNAS, John Ransom CLUNAS, Susannah CLUNAS, William Wesley CLUNAS, Ethel Arvila CLUNAS.


Jane Rebecca PARK was born about 1766 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died before May 1806 at the age of 40 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Parents: Matthew PARK and Mary .

Spouse: James , Jr. PARK. Jane Rebecca PARK and James , Jr. PARK were married on 12 July 1787 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Matthew PARK, Child PARK, Daughter PARK, Anna Catherine PARK.


Janet [Jane] PARK was born on 13 March 1780 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was baptized on 13 August 1780. She died in 1854 at the age of 74 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. This couple had no issue. Jane died sometime between 1854 when she is named as living in a deed and 1871 when the census calls Robert a Widower. Their residence was in Petite Riviere. Parents: James PARK and Rebecca .

Spouse: Robert WILSON. Janet [Jane] PARK and Robert WILSON were married UNKNOWN in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Jennie Laura PARK was born on 25 December 1912 in Northwest Bay, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 24 October 2015 at the age of 102 in Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Mill Village Community Cemetery. Parents: Theodore PARK and Winnie Bell CLATTENBURG.

Spouse: Elmer Leon WOLFE. Jennie Laura PARK and Elmer Leon WOLFE were married on 12 January 1937 in East Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia.


Jennie M. PARK was born on 26 October 1892 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 27 May 1972 at the age of 79 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Wesley United Church Cemetery in Petite Riviere. Parents: Stephen Edgar PARK and Emma M. SMITH.

Spouse: Purvis George William PUBLICOVER. Jennie M. PARK and Purvis George William PUBLICOVER were married on 6 February 1917 in Petite Riviere, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Living.


Jerusha PARK was born on 6 July 1858 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 9 May 1862 at the age of 3 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Old Cemetery in Port Medway. Jerusha, it appears, was born in Port Medway. It is after her death that the family of Atwood and Mary Ann removed, permanently, to "Canada." She is buried in the Old Port Medway Cemetery. Parents: Atwood Deane PARK and Mary Ann HARLOW.


Jerusha P. PARK was born on 13 April 1823 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. She died on 1 October 1890 at the age of 67 in Port Burwell, Elgin County, Ontario. There is some evidence that Jerusha lived with the Patten family after her father died at sea. This would have been in the Yarmouth area. Selina Jane may also have lived with this family who would have been Aunt and Uncle to these girls. Jerusha Cohoon Patten being Elizabeth Cohoon Park's sister. Parents: William PARK and Elizabeth COHOON.

Spouse: James Melvin , Deacon MCCONNELL. Jerusha P. PARK and James Melvin , Deacon MCCONNELL were married on 28 December 1847 in Port Burwell, Elgin County, Ontario. London District marriage record:
Marriages by Rev. John Bray, Baptist Minister #581 James McCONNELL to Jerusha PARK (transcription gives "Jenisha") both of Malahide, 28 Dec 1847 witnesses were Everet CHUTE and John MARR. They likely were married at Elgin County either Malahide or Bayham Twps Children were: Adelia MCCONNELL, George Boardman MCCONNELL, James Melvin MCCONNELL, Lowell Carey MCCONNELL, James LLoyd MCCONNELL, Ida Edth MCCONNELL.


Jessie Florence PARK was born on 15 September 1877 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She died on 16 May 1937 at the age of 59 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. She was buried in the Fort Point Cemetery in La Have. Parents: Lewis PARK and Catherine E. WAMBACK.

Spouse: James Daniel GETSON. Jessie Florence PARK and James Daniel GETSON were married on 30 December 1903 in Middle La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.


Jessie Robina PARK was born on 17 March 1867 in Malahide, Elgin County, Ontario. She was baptized in September 1870. She died on 29 July 1929 at the age of 62 in Malahide, Elgin County, Ontario. Parents: Solomon Drew PARK and Elsie Ann LEARN.


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

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.


John PARK was born about 1770. He died after 24 February 1821 at the age of 51. Termed John Jr. to distinguish him from the Elder John Park. No further record found after deed dated February 24, 1821. He may have removed to Port Joli, Queen's County, N.S. Parents: Matthew PARK and Mary .

Spouse: Catherine , [Neville?] NEVEL. Catherine , [Neville?] NEVEL and John PARK were married on 1 December 1789 in Port Medway, Queens County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Elizabeth PARK, William PARK, Mary PARK, Anna PARK, Hannah PARK, Louisa PARK, Abigail PARK.


John PARK was born on 22 November 1782 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. He was baptized on 3 May 1786. He died on 7 February 1853 at the age of 70 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Possibly the John Parks of La Have, buried February 7th, 1853. If so his given age of 71 years is wrong as he would be 61 years, born in 1782.
Buried February. 9, 1853. Parents: William PARK and Anna CROOKS.

Spouse: Charlotte Elizabeth TANNER. Charlotte Elizabeth TANNER and John PARK were married on 26 November 1809 in East La Have, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Children were: Jacob PARK, William PARK, John Martin PARK, Edward PARK, James PARK, Anna PARK, Mary PARK, Mary Elizabeth PARK, George PARK.