Family:Whitney, Lilias (1831-1857)

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Lilias7 Whitney (Andrew6, Micah5, Abel4, Nathaniel3, Benjamin2, John1), daughter of Andrew6 and Huldah (Sweetser) Whitney, was born 1 Oct 1831, Phillis, ME, and died 1857, prob. Phillips, ME.

She married, 27 Oct 1855, Phillips, ME, Alison Parker, son of Joseph and Harriet (Toothaker) Parker. He was born 18 Jun 1833, Lisbon, ME, and died 13 Oct 1918, Sanford, ME.

Alison Parker married secondly Chloe T. Welts. She was born Nov 1837, Weld, ME, daughter of Enos and Chloe T. (Howard) Welts. She died 26 May 1895, Phillips, ME.

Alison Parker lived with his parents in Phillips, ME, in 1850.  His first wife, Lillias died in 1857.  In 1860 Parker lived in Salem, ME, with his second wife, Chloe, and a three year-old daughter, Ella.  He enlisted from Phillips in Company E, 13th Maine Infantry, on January 13, 1862 and re-enlisted on February 29, 1864.  He was transferred to Company B, 30th Maine Infantry on January 1, 1865, and was mustered out on August 20, 1865.  He was a farmer in Phillips in 1880.  He applied for a pension in 1880 and was listed in Phillips on the 1890 veterans schedule.  He is buried in the Sand Hill Cemetery, Phillips, with his wives and three of his children.

Children of Allison and Lilias7 (Whitney) Parker:

i. Ella L. Parker, b. 11 Jan 1856, Phillips, ME.

Children of Alison and Chloe T. (Welts) Parker (may be only a partial list):

ii. Winfield A. Parker, b. ca. 1877, ME.
iii. Ervin Floyd Parker, b. 27 Jul 1883, Phillips, ME; m. 1 Jun 1905, Madrid, ME, Pearl L. Hinkley.


  • Phillips, ME Vital Records
  • Maine, Death Records, 1617-1922;
  • 1880 Census of Phillips, ME
  • Maine, Marriage Records, 1713-1937;
  • U.S., WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918;

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