Alexander Parker (Quaker)
- A Testimony of the Light Within (1657)
- A Discovery of Satans Wiles (1657)
- Testimony of the Appearance of God (1658)
- A Tryall of a Christian (1658)
- A Call out of Egypt (1659)
- A Testimony of Truth (1659)
- An Epistle to Friends (1660)
Parker was one of eighty-four Quakers who founded the six-weeks' meeting for the management of Quaker affairs, in October 1671.
On 8 August 1683 he, with George Whitehead, and Gilbert Latey, presented an address to King Charles II of England at Windsor on behalf of persecuted Friends. Parker accompanied George Fox to the Netherlands in 1684.
He died in London on 8 March 1689.
One of his letters to Friends, advising them on the holding of Meetings for Worship was included in current printed guidance for British Quakers.
- ODNB article by Richard L. Greaves, "Parker, Alexander (1628–1689)", Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, Sept 2004; online edn, Jan 2008 accessed 15 May 2008
- For information on Gilbert Latey, see ODNB article: Charlotte Fell-Smith, ‘Latey, Gilbert (1626–1705)’, rev. Caroline L. Leachman, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, Jan 2008 accessed 18 June 2013
- Quaker Faith & Practice (1994), Paragraph 2:41.