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Archie Knox Parker
BORN: 15 Oct 1888 DIED: 31 Oct 1960 BURIED: 7 Nov 1960
BIRTH PLACE:  Auburn, Sac Co, Iowa
DEATH PLACE: Lebanon, Linn Co, Oregon

1900 IA CENSUS – Archie K. Parker (b Oct 1888, Iowa) enumerated with parents Gurdon M. (b June 1847, Ohio, married 27y, occupation merchant) and Elizabeth (b Oct 1847, Canada, mother of 7 children, 5 living at time of census) and 2 siblings, Ruby E. (b Aug 1875, Iowa) and Harry E. (b Jan 1880, Iowa)

1910 OR CENSUS – Archie Parker (21y, b Iowa, single, occupation bookkeeper)

WWI Draft Registration Card – Archie Knox Parker, 28y, of Joseph, Wallowa Co, Oregon; born 15 Oct 1888, Auburn, Sac Co, Iowa; occupation bank cashier; married; dependent wife

1920 OR CENSUS – Archie K. Parker (31y, b Iowa, occupation back cashier) enumerated with wife Helen L. (28y, b Oregon) and son Knox (3m, b Oregon)

1930 OR CENSUS – Archie K. Parker (41y, b Iowa, married at age 25y, occupation bank cashier) enumerated with wife Helen Mack (38y, b Oregon, married at age 22y) and son Knox (10y, b Oregon)

WWII Draft Registration Card – Archie Knox Parker, 53y, of 605 Pennsylvania Ave, LaGrande, Union Co, Oregon; born 15 Oct 1888, Auburn, Sac Co, Iowa; person who knows address wife Helen Parker, 605 Pennsylvania Ave, LaGrande, Oregon


OSBH DC (1960 Linn co) #13016 Archie Knox Parker, male, bank manager, married, spouse Helen Parker; b 15 Oct 1888, Auburn, Iowa; father G.M. Parker; mother Elizabeth Jane Hicks; d 31 Oct 1960, 520 Carlson Drive, Lebanon, age 72y; lived in town 7y; cremated Mt Crest Abbey; informant Mrs A.K. Parker, wife


Arch K. Parker, widely-respected retired banker and a partner with Ted Rodman in a real estate firm, died about 9:50 am today in the Lebanon Community Hospital following a stroke in his home, 520 Carlson Dr. Mr Parker, who had just passed his 72nd birthday, was known throughout the state in his almost 50 years of banking experience. He came here as manager and executive vice president of the Bank of Lebanon on Aug 15, 1953, after retiring the first of that month as manager and vice president of the La Grande branch of the First National Bank of Portland, where he had served for 20 years. He retired from the Lebanon bank June 30, 1958, later joining Rodman in the realty business. Mr Parker contributed substantially to Lebanon affairs. He was a member of the Elks Lodge, the Lions Club, a Mason and was treasurer and director of the Lebanon-Sweet Home Community Concert Association. Mr Parker was born Oct 15, 1888, began his banking career in 1909 when he joined the First National bank of Joseph. He continued there until 1918 when he resigned to accept a post with the Wallowa National Bank in Enterprise. In 1933 he became associated with the First National Bank of La Grande, and in 1935 when the bank was purchased by First National, he was made manager and later vice president. In La Grande, as he was here, he was connected with numerous activities. He was past president of the [line missing]. Survivors include his wife, Helen, and a son, Knox Parker, who with his wife and two sons, Knox Jr and Peter, live at Sacramento. Services are pending from the Jost Funeral Home.

Lebanon Express, Monday, October 31, 1960, 1:1-2


A. K. Parker
1888 - 1960


S&H pg 26

OSBH DC (1960 Linn co) #13016

1900 IA CENSUS (Sac Co, Auburn, ED 125, sheet 6B)

1910 OR CENSUS (Wallowa Co, Joseph, ED 295, sheet 1A)

WWI Draft Registration Card (

1920 OR CENSUS (Wallowa Co, Enterprise, ED 197, sheet 2B)

1930 OR CENSUS (Wallowa Co, Enterprise, ED 7, sheet 1B)

WWII Draft Registration Card (

Lebanon Express, 31 Oct 1960, 1:1-2


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