Proud to be Parr
As researchers, our mission is to simply reconnect our family by PROVING our connections.
The Proud to be Parr website was started in 1997, with a mission to share as may Parr documents and records as humanly possible, offering them online FREE for all Parr family researchers to see.
My hope is that we can contribute to each other’s research, lowering our individual cost of researching, and increase our chances of proving our Parr lineage back further than has ever been done before.
As of 2012, Parr Genealogy was added to this website for your ease in sharing your Parr research …and, use of the database is FREE!
John Edward Parr
Born on the 17th of August 1920, in London, Ontario, Canada, died on the 12th of February 2002, in Oshawa, Ontario. My father got me started on discovering my family roots, and I’m glad he did.
Take Time to Discover Yourself Today
When you discover your ancestors, you’ll know more about yourself.
Mission: To share as many Parr documents and records as possible, offering them online FREE for all Parr family researchers.
Mrs. Jane Parr
Young & Charlotte
Willis T Parr
Gov. John Parr
Get Started with
This guide is intended to help anyone starting to research their family tree.
Looking Forward to Connecting the Parr Families Again
If you’re a Parr family researcher looking for your Parr connections, then come join us today!
Let’s find those missing puzzle pieces… our lost family tree branches.
Parr DNA Project
If your PARR research has hit a “brick wall,” DNA analysis could be the breakthrough you’re looking for. It’s time to push your PARR genealogy research back generations by finding connections to other PARR families you wouldn’t find any other way.