Amy PARLIAMENT b.~1821 New Jersey
d.15 July 1894 at Victor, Clinton, MI
Reed Cemetery, Victor, Clinton, MI
John Morgan (1815-1899)
& Mary________ of NJ & NY
children: MORGAN
  1. Sarah (b.~1838)
  2. William (b.~1842)
  3. Elizabeth (b.1845)
  4. Mary (b.1848)
  5. Margaret (b.1850)
  6. Catherine (b.~1853)
  7. Joseph (b.~1854)
  8. Amy (b.~1859)
any others unknown
siblings: PARLIAMENT
  1. James
  2. Hannah (b.~1840 d.1895)
    married Edward BLACK
fact sources and writings about this individual:

Information here based on the research of Kevin Everingham of Michigan
and the research of Scott Ives of MN.

transcribed records below, research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 1999, updated 2018
1885 GenDis Death Records: - Mary Parliament died at Victor, Clinton, MI, age 82, on 23 Nov 1885, a widow, born in New York.

1894 Clinton County Michigan Death Record - Book 2, #6562 - Amy Morgan
married woman, age 73, born in New Jersey, died at Victor township, Clinton Co. MI of Gall Stones on July 15, 1894. Recorded June 1, 1895.

1894 The Times Newspaper, Owosso, MI (Vol XV, #19) July 20, 1894... "(Laingsburg section)... Mrs. John Morgan of Victor, died Monday morning. Funeral Tuesday afternoon at Reed Church."

1895 Clinton County, MI Death Records (book 3, #6960).. "Hannah Black, married, age 55.7.25, lived at Olive Township, born in NJ, died of heart disease November 2, 1895, daughter of Wm. Parliament, b.NJ & Mary Parliament, b.MI.. recorded May 30, 1896."

Biography of Edward Black in the "Clinton County Trails" magazine, Vol 19, #1,... says he married Hannah Parliament, lists 13 children and says her brother James Parliament was taken prisoner and died of a gunshot wound during the civil war.

from Scott Ives: (noted many spellings of Parliament) "William and Mary Parliant resided at Monroe, Orange NY in 1850. In 1860 William and Mary Parliman resided at Hohokus twp, Bergen NY, in 1870 William and Mary Parlimon resided at Paterson, Passaic NJ. In 1880 the widow Mary Parlement resided at Paterson."

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