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Parsons, Albert Richard (24 June 1848–11 November 1887), anarchist and labor organizer, was born in Montgomery, Alabama, the son of Samuel Parsons, a shoe and leather factory owner, and Elizabeth Tompkins. Samuel Parsons was religiously affiliated with the Universalists and involved in the temperance movement. Elizabeth Parsons was a Methodist. Both parents died before Albert turned five, and he subsequently went to live with his older brother William in Tyler, Texas. He attended public schools until the age of thirteen, at which time he worked for a Galveston newspaper as a printer’s apprentice....