- Charles Christopher, Jr.Bird, 1920–55, U.S. jazz saxophonist and composer.
- Dorothy (Rothschild),1893–1967, U.S. author.
- Sir Gilbert,1862–1932, Canadian novelist and politician in England.
- Horatio William,1863–1919, U.S. composer, organist, and teacher.
- John,1729–75, American Revolutionary patriot.
- Matthew,1504–75, English theologian.
- Quanah. Quanah.
- Theodore,1810–60, U.S. preacher, theologian, and reformer.
- a male given name.
Examples from the Web for parker
Contemporary Examples of parker
In memoriam, Parker Molloy writes a powerful letter to Leelah.Six Must-Read Stories About Gay Mormon Husbands and Iranian Drug Wars
The Daily Beast
January 3, 2015
Parker tells of a new Texas struggling to deal with inequality.
Parker writes of the “black-faced doe” that he sees in the yard in his new Texas house.
Parker tells of a new Texas struggling to deal with diversity.
Parker left the place that he knew for the possibilities that he would not have had in the Texas of a generation ago.
Historical Examples of parker
Miss Hilton and Miss Parker and some of our girls composed the populace.Grace Harlowe's Return to Overton Campus
Jessie Graham Flower
He offered the papers to Mr. Parker, but the foreman shook his head.
The papers you speak of were found by Mr. Parker in your trunk, and are now in my hands.
They're going to send a cutter for me to come and take Parker's place.The Cruise of the Dry Dock
T. S. Stribling
Parker found him no boxer, and beat a tattoo upon his middle.
- Sir Alan (William). born 1944, British film director and screenwriter; his films include Bugsy Malone (1976), Midnight Express (1978), Mississippi Burning (1988), The Commitments (1991), and Angela's Ashes (2000); chairman of the British Film Institute (1998–99) and of the Film Council (1999–2004)
- Charlie. nickname Bird or Yardbird. 1920–55, US jazz alto saxophonist and composer; the leading exponent of early bop
- Dorothy (Rothschild). 1893–1967, US writer, noted esp for the ironical humour of her short stories
- Matthew. 1504–75, English prelate. As archbishop of Canterbury (1559–75), he supervised Elizabeth I's religious settlement