Your website is full of rich information and has already helped me with my research, but I wonder if you can help me a little more
I'm tracing my family tree and have managed to reach back to the early 18th century. My uncle also traced the tree around 20 years ago, thanks to multiple changes of computer, he's lost all the information.
He does however remember that we're direct descendants of Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury.
I've mapped out his family tree using resources available online, mostly Life and Acts of Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury by John Strype, but noticed that only 2 generations later only 1 potential male heir remained, Richard Parker (b. 20/05/1577)
Richard was the youngest son of Sir John Parker (1548-1617) and Matthew's grandson. I know he received a BA from Corpus Christi College, Cambridge in 1597 and an MA in 1600. I don't know if he ever married or had children.
The only other option is Joseph Parker, who is listed as Matthew's son here (http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Bios/MathewParker(ArchbishopCanterbury).htm), but doesn't appear in other records.
I wonder if you have any information about Matthew's descendants that could point me in the right direction? I'd be very grateful for any assistance you can give.
Thank you very much,