Parsley Family History & Genealogy

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Parsley Last Name History & Origin

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Most Common First Names

  • William 3.2%
  • James 2.7%
  • John 2.4%
  • Robert 1.8%
  • Mary 1.6%
  • Charles 1.3%
  • George 1.1%
  • Richard 0.8%
  • Walter 0.7%
  • Thomas 0.6%
  • Kenneth 0.6%
  • Henry 0.6%
  • Clarence 0.6%
  • Paul 0.6%
  • Elmer 0.6%
  • David 0.6%
  • Joseph 0.5%
  • Roy 0.5%
  • Samuel 0.5%
  • Ernest 0.5%

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Dixie Parsley My grandfather on my father's side was Wm. Roscoe Parsley, Sr., married to Vivian Beatrice Parsley. They lived in Tampa & St. Petersburg, Florida. Children were: Vivian Diedre Parsley Pruitt, Marguerite Parsley Baldwin, Walter Thomas Parsley, William Roscoe Parsley, Jr. & Edwin D. Parsley. Grandchildren: Lisa & Brad Baldwin, Dede Pruitt, Denise Pruitt, Jay Pruitt, Debbe Pruitt, Wm. Roscoe Parsley, III,Dixie Parsley, Tommy Parsley, Eddie Parsley.
Sep 13, 2009 · Reply
Linda Parsley 1 package of brownie mix-6 chopped walnuts-2 eggs-1tsp-vanilla-8oz.whipped topping-1/2 cup chocolate chips-preheat oven to 125 grease bottom9x13pan-in a large bowl-mix whipped toppingeggsvanillauntil smooth-stir in stir in nutsspread-- -mixtureintopan-sprinkle chocolate chips on top-
Dec 01, 2009 · Reply
Betty Byrd 2 cans of chopped chicken
1 can of cream of mushroom soup if wanted
1 can of cream of Chicken soup
1 can of cheese soup or nacho soup
1 can of taco mix
1 big bag of mexican cheese's mix
1 big bag of Totilla chips
1 can of Ro tel

mix the soups and taco mix and ro tel together heat till boiling
then add chopped chicken and then layer over crushed chips and cheese
or you can just mix it all together then sprinkle the mexican cheese
on top after you have put it in a 9x13 baking dish and cook till
the cheese has melted on 350 degree's.

you can serve with a salad if you want.
May 14, 2010 · Reply