Parsons Family Association
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About Parsons Family Association
(Describe when you were founded, the most important thing your company does, what you care most about, and what sets you apart from similar businesses.)
Parsons Family Association is family-owned and operated right here in Rumford, RI. Since our company opened its doors in 2006, we’ve treated every customer like they were a part of our family. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services are the best, and come with a personal touch.
Membership is open to any person who is a descendant of the English Parsons Family, either directly or indirectly.
Regular Membership (annually): $10.00
Sustaining Membership (annually): $25.00
Life Membership $200.00
2015 East Coast 93rd Parsons Family Reunion
July 25 at Ithaca, NY
38th West Coast Family Reunion, 2015
2015 Reunion, Ithaca, New York
2014 Reunion, Northampton, MA
Parsons Family Book
The English Ancestry and Descendants to the Sixth Generation of Cornet Joseph Parsons (1620-1683)
Gerald James Parsons, A.B., M.S.L.S
Limited quantities of the book
are still available:
The price for members is $75 plus $5
shipping & handling, for non-members it
is $85 plus $5 shipping & handling
Here we remember those who have passed on
and encourage our family members to upload photos of family gravesites to
WE HAVE AUTHORS:
In everyone's life there is one person, one event, or one experience that affects who they become, the road they take. For hundreds of people in Central New York that person was Miss Parsons; that experience was their days at Cherry Road School. The Brass Bell tells the story of Marion Parsons' life, of the school she started in a hen house in the cherry orchard, of the hundreds, who decades later, still get together to talk about their Miss Parsons and their memorable times at Cherry Road School.
Kathy Ann Becker
The Witch Trials of Mary Bliss Parsons is the true story of what happened to a Puritan woman who was too beautiful, too rich, and too outspoken for her times. Enmeshed in a web of jealousy and gossip, she struggled to overcome victimization by the harsh judgments of church, state, and gender expectations. How she survived in the fearsome wilderness is a love story told by a descendant
Based on the lives of Mary Bliss Parsons and Sarah Lyman Bridgeman, My Enemy's Tears: The Witch of Northampton, takes us back to life in the Puritan settlements along the Connecticut River, a terrifying wilderness full of warring natives, natural wonders and disasters -- portents of God's anger or a witch's meddling curse. Mary and Sarah grow up amid Puritan superstition and piety, busy with their household chores, one imagining a life different from her mother's and the other eager to marry and bear sons.This fictional account of a true story describes two lives in conflict--one cursed and one blessed--and the transcendent power of forgiveness.