Mary-Louise Parker

by follers on April 27, 2014

LOS ANGELES - DEC 11:  Mary-Louise Parker arrives to the CNN Her

Place of Birth: Fort Jackson, South Carolina, U.S.

Date of Birth: August 2, 1964

Ethnicity: Swedish (maternal grandfather), English, Scottish, Scots-Irish/Northern Irish, German, Dutch

Mary-Louise Parker is an American actress and author. Her maternal grandfather’s parents were Swedish. Her other ancestry includes English, Scottish, Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), German, and Dutch. Mary-Louise has a son with actor Billy Crudup.

Mary-Louise’s paternal grandfather was Joseph Eastburn Parker III (the son of Joseph Eastburn Parker, Jr. and Lotta/Lotto Williams). Lotta was the daughter of John Lewis Williams and Rachel/Rachael Cartwright.

Mary-Louise’s paternal grandmother was Dorothy Blanche Vannatter (the daughter of Ulysses Grant Vannatter and Julia A. Fauber). Ulysses was the son of Perrin C. Vannatter and Mary Ann Foster. Julia was the daughter of William Henry Harrison Fauber and Frances Mary Toney.

Mary-Louise’s maternal grandfather was William Nelson Morell, Sr. (the son of Hinders Sven Morell and Stika Anna Nilsdotter). Hinders was born in Östnor, Mora, Dalarna County, Sweden, the son of Hinders Sven Svensson and Smids Karin Matsdotter. Stika was also Swedish, the daughter of Frost Nils Matsson and Stika Anna Matsdotter.

Mary-Louise’s maternal grandmother was Blanche Louise Cox (the daughter of Percival/Percy Murtaugh Cox and Carolina Louise Acker). Percival was the son of Newton James Cox and Martha Elizabeth Amiss. Carolina was the daughter of Charles Augustus Acker and Sardis Parthenia Sanderson.

Sources: Genealogies of Mary-Louise Parker –

Genealogy of Mary-Louise’s maternal grandparents, William Nelson Morell and Blanche Louise Cox –

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MettaWorkPlease December 23, 2016 at 10:24 am

I thought she had French blood. She’s completely Nordic despite her dark hair and eyes. Beautiful woman and she’s aging well

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