Nancy Parker
Early Herb Doctor of Content, Texas
Nancy Rosson Parker ca. 1885
Sallie (granddaughter), Nancy and Rosa Belle Kay (niece)
Belle was a young woman who lived with Nancy.
Belle Young was born Rosa Belle Kay. Her mother and father (Oliver & Maria Rosson Kay) both deceased, she later went to live with her father's sister, Emily Emaline Kay and Elijah Deconde Pruitt. She lived with them (four miles west of Tuscola) until her marriage to Elbert Young.
They are all buried in the Buffalo Gap Cemetery, the oldest public cemetery in Taylor County.
Nancy Rosson Parker was a sister to Maria Rosson Kay - wife of Oliver Kay. Their parents were John Rosson b/1790 SC and Nellie Douthit
Cynthia Ann Parker (captured by the Indians - Quanah Parker's mother) was a 1st cousin of Nancy Parker's husband and Nancy Parker made the dress that the Rangers took to bring Cynthia Ann Parker home.
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Nancy Rosson Parker had a brother who was also an early Runnels County pioneer, Andrew Jackson Rosson.
John Parker
born: 13 April 1810 Tennessee
died: 30 July 1869 Elkhart, Anderson County, Texas
parents: Daniel Parker & Martha Dickerson
married: 1 October 1857 Anderson County, Texas
buried:
Nancy Rosson
born: 5 November 1821 Tennessee
died: 1893 Kimbell County, Texas
parents: John Rosson & Elendor Douthitt
buried: Shady Grove Cemetery, Birdwell, Texas
Children:

Daniel Webster Parker
born: 6 September 1859 Weatherford, Parker County, Texas
died:
married:
spouse: Arminda Jane Solomon
buried:
Elizabeth Parker
born: 16 August 1861 Weatherford, Parker County, Texas
died:
married:
spouse:
buried:
Benjamin F. Parker
born: 30 May 1864 Weatherford, Parker County, Texas
died:
married:
spouse: Mary Chandler
buried:
Nancy Parker
born: 4 October 1866 Weatherford, Parker County, Texas
died:
married:
spouse:
buried:
Parker Relationships
John Parker - Sally White
Daniel Parker - Martha Dixon
Silas Mercer Parker - Lucinda Duty
John Parker - Nancy Rosson
Cynthia Ann Parker - Peta Nocona

Quanah Parker