Parks B. Walters (1843 - 1898)

Parks B. Walters
1843 - 1898
updated February 06, 2019
Parks B. Walters, father to 6 children, was born around 1843 in Kentucky. He was born to William W. Walters and Anna Eliza McHargue. Parks's partner was Claredina "Callie" Sewell, and they gave birth to James Renis Walters, John William "Willie" Walters, Anna Catherine (Walters) Pigg, and Nannette Serena Walters. He also married Ellen Main, and they gave birth to Parks Monroe Walters. Parks's partner was Claredina "Callie" Sewell, and they gave birth to Nannette Serena Walters. Parks died on April 27, 1898 in Pittsburg, Kentucky USA at 55 years old.

Notes from US Census:
1880: 33, living atPrecinct 1, Rockcastle County, Kentucky with wife Ellen Main Walters, son Parks Monroe Walters,6 , son Nathan L:itley Walters, 2, stepson Samuel Main, 12, and stepson, Mongomerry Main, 13
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Parks B. Walters Biography

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Parks B. Walters

First name

Parks

Middle name

B.

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Gender

Male

Birth

Parks Walters was born in Knox County, Kentucky

Death

Parks Walters died on in Pittsburg, Laurel County, Kentucky USA

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British Isles American

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USA

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Halls Gap Battalion Kentucky, Union Service, Civil War.

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Parks B. Walters Family Tree

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Parks's Parents

Parks B. Walters

Parents:

1793 - May 29, 1877
1798 - 1900

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Spouse:

1863 - Unknown

Children:

Sep 25, 1895 - 1948
Dec 20, 1891 - Sep 3, 1969
Unknown - Unknown
October 1898 - Nov 13, 1979
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Parks B. Walters & Ellen Main

Parks B. Walters

Spouse:

around 1852 - Unknown

Children:

1874 - 1932
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Parks B. Walters & Claredina "Callie" Sewell

Spouse:

March 1863 - October 1914

Children:

Unknown - Unknown

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Died after six days pneumonia.

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1843 - 1898 World Events

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In 1843, in the year that Parks B. Walters was born, on January 31st, the Virginia Minstrels - also called the Virginia Serenaders - performed the first minstrel show. The whole troupe appeared in blackface. They were famous for the songs "Jimmy Crack Corn" and "Old Dan Tucker".

In 1858, when he was merely 15 years old, on October 28th, Macy's department store opened in New York City. Founded by Rowland Hussey Macy, it was at first a dry goods store - essentially a store that sold textiles, ready-to-wear clothing, and sundries

In 1866, he was 23 years old when on May 10th, the "banker's bank" - London bank Overend, Gurney and Company - collapsed, beginning the Panic of 1866. Unemployment went up to 8% and wages went down. Only about 16% of joint-stock companies - a company whose stock is owned jointly by the shareholders - weathered the Panic.

In 1882, Parks was 39 years old when on April 3rd, 34 year old outlaw Jesse James was shot in the back of the head by trusted friend and partner Robert Ford. Suspected of colluding with the Governor of Missouri, brothers Robert and Charley Ford were arrested, indicted, plead guilty, sentenced to be hung - then pardoned by the Governor. All in one day.

In 1898, in the year of Parks B. Walters's passing, on March 24th, Robert Allison of Pennsylvania became the first person to buy an American-built car. He bought a Winton, which he had seen in an advertisement in Scientific American. The Winton, built in Ohio, was made by hand and came with a leather roof, padded seats, gas lamps, and tires made by B.F. Goodrich.

Other Biographies

Other Parks Walterses

1874 - 1932

Other Walterses

Sep 25, 1895 - 1948
Dec 20, 1891 - Sep 3, 1969
Unknown - Unknown
1878 - August 1903
1874 - 1932
1902 - 1980
1793 - May 29, 1877
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Feb 7, 1955 - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Apr 7, 1982 - Unknown
Jun 23, 1975 - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown

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1863 - Unknown
Sep 25, 1895 - 1948
Mar 17, 1820 - Apr 25, 1892
Dec 20, 1891 - Sep 3, 1969
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Jan 16, 1896 - Dec 18, 1949
Apr 8, 1854 - Aug 13, 1936
May 8, 1979 - Unknown
Sep 27, 1891 - 1966
Mar 31, 1831 - Nov 18, 1897
Jun 16, 1906 - Jun 15, 1944
Dec 25, 1898 - Dec 15, 1899
Sep 24, 1903 - Feb 17, 1995
Unknown - Unknown
Unknown - Unknown
Jan 9, 1937 - Unknown
Mar 28, 1853 - Jul 16, 1935
around 1933 - Unknown
Nov 5, 1855 - Oct 5, 1934
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