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  1. Melville A. PARKER: Birth: 9 JAN 1906 in New York. Death: 29 Oct 1993� in Florida

  2. Bertha (Birdie) Alden PARKER: Birth: 30 AUG 1907 in New York. Death: 8 OCT 1978 in Los Angeles, CA

a. Note:   N32 Name: Beulah Filson
 [Beulah Tahamont]�
 Social Security #: 0
 Birth Date: 28 Mar 1887
 Birthplace: New York
 Death Date: 29 Dec 1945
 Death Place: Butte
 Mother's Maiden Name: Camp
  "the first Indian children to attend a New York public school"
 Funeral services for Mrs. Beaulah T. Filsom, 58, Algonquin Indian of New York, who died Dec. 29 [1945] in Thermallto, were held Thursday at 2 p.m. at Hamilton and Riley's. The Rev. Father P. J. Donnelly officiated.
 A former actress, Mrs. Filson was known professionally as Beulah Darkcloud. She started her stage career as a child of four. She attended public schools and college in Montreal, Canada.
 Mrs. Filson's father, Chief Darkcloud, was brought to Hollywood in 1912 by D. W. Griffith. He starred in motion pictures and was well know as a lecturer on Indian lore, touring roadshow and circus circuits.
 As a young woman, Beulah Darkcloud was active in Los Angeles American Indian Clubs. She produced and directed many pageants, the most notable of which was "The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers", one of the first plays produced in the Hollywood Bowl.
 Failing health as the result of a serious accident forced her to retire from professional life 17 years ago. Following her retirement she accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Bertha P. Cody, writer and associate in ethnology of S. W. Museum, on her ethnological expeditions, aiding in the collecting of data on the lore, mythology, and early history of the California Indians.
 Mrs. Filson is survived by her husband, T. W. Filson, yard clerk at Western Pacific, her daughter, and a son, Melville A. Parker.
 Casket bearers were: Fred Kinder, T. J. Tong Sr., Lloyd G. Cooper, Wallace J. Maloney, Fred S. Uirlch, and Miles Fosdick. Burial was in the Oroville Catholic Cemetery.
 Contributed by: David Benedict & Dorothy McDermott
 Published: Mercury-Register, Oroville CA - Friday, January 4, 1946
 Note: daughter of Elijah (Dark Cloud) Tahamont & Margaret Camp - DB is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.