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Notes: The townsite of Cold Harbour, located just east of York, was gazetted in 1903. It is named after a property name in use in the area since the 1840's. In 1842 Stephen Stanley Parker and his elder brother John Wyborn Parker branched out from their father's property of 'Northbourne' at York to establish themselves on 'Cold Harbour', a property just south of York on the same side of the Avon River as 'Northbourne'. The estate was named in honour of the grandfather, John Parker, who had purchased the 'Cold Harbour' portion of the Northbourne Court manor in Kent. "Cold Harbour" seemed an appropriate name for the estate, the beauty of the land with its loamy soil, winding streams and tall green timbers reflected the images of exuberantly green, river nourished farmlands of Stephen Stanley's native County of Kent

Stephen Parker
Birth 1796 Northbourne Kent UK

This document suggest his father is John Parker owner of Cold Harbour in Kent

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Latitude: 31 54' S, Longitude: 116 47' E


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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Farm property    Person ID 
1 Parker, John Wyborn  Cold Harbour I198
2 Parker, Stephen Stanley  Cold Harbour I203
  

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