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When Cynthia Ann Parker was 9 to 10 years old, her family moved to Central Texas, and built Fort Parker, on the headwaters of Navasota River.
May 19, 1836 a large force of Comanche warriors (including some Kiowas, and Kichai allies) attacked the fort killed and seized some people. Cynthia Ann Parker was one of the five people they seized.
In the 1840's Cynthia's brother, John Parker, had asked her to return to their white family. Cynthia refused because she loved her husband and children too much to leave them.
In 1840, a group traveling with a trader named Col. Len Williams came upon a Comanche camp on the Canadian River.
In 1840 Cynthia Ann Parker married the Comanche war chief Peta Nocona (known as the lone camper)
In 1855, a party of white hunters came upon the village of Peta Nocona and met Cynthia.
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