1870 Bible published by the National Publishing Company and Jones Brothers & Co. Bible B10
- C.B. Parsons of Moscow, Polk Co., Texas to Maryanna C. Byrd of Mount Hope, Tyler Co,, Texas. October 24, 1858. Location: Mount Hope, Tyler Co,, Texas. By Hon. West, Esq..
- Mollie D.B. Parsons to W.F. Jones. December 6m 1877.
- Edmund Byrd Parsons to Bessie Morris. January 4, 1891. Location: Bowers, Polk County.
- Edmund C.B. Parsons, eldest son of Cragg and Mary D. Parsons. January 22, 1834. Location: Smith County, Tennessee.
- Children of Edmund and Maryanna Parsons:
- Martin Luther Parsons. November 24, 1830. Location: Polk County, Texas.
- Marianna C., daughter of Daniel and Pane Byrd. May 4, 1839. Location: Pike County, Alabama.
- Mary .B. Parsons. November 5, 1861. Location: Moscow, Polk County, Texas.
- Edmund B. Parsons. November 21, 1864. Location: Polk County, Texas.
- Anna C. Parsons. June 29, 1869. Location: Moscow, Polk County, Texas.
- James Eugene McQuillen. January 25, 1873. Location: Rochester, New York.
- Samuel Bethell Jones. September 20, 1878. Location: Moscow, Polk County, Texas.
- Paul Tate Jones. April 20, 1881. Location: Moscow, Polk County, Texas.
- Children of Edmund and Bessie Parsons:
- Edith Byrd Parsons. November 28, 1894. Location: Barnum, Texas, Polk Co. Location: Barnum, Texas.
- Alfred Morris Parsons. November 30, 1896. Location: Barnum, Polk Co., Texas.
- Martin Luther Parsons. July 26, 1862. Died of disease of the brain. Age 2 years, 8 months and 2 days. Location: Tyler County, Texas.
- James Eugene McQuillen, husband of Hortense Morris. January 1, 1945. Location: Galveston, Texas. Buried January 2, 1945 in Palestine, Teas.
- P.D. Bobbitt. February 5, 1890.
- Edmund C.B. Parsons. March 28, 1897. Location: Montgomery, Texas. Age 63 years.
- Edmund Byrd Parsons. March 13, 1938. Location: Houston, Texas.
- Alfred William Morris, Jr. March 23, 1948, of heart attack. Buried March 24, 1948. Location: Conroe, Texas.
Ornate cover, with Scripture, “Search the Scriptures for in them ye think ye have eternal life and they testify of me.” Engraved E.C.B. Parsons, A.D. 1873.