Probably not. First of all, there are several known ways of inducing Parkinson's.. trauma being one of them (like boxers taking blows to the head is one) but getting it genetically... not a lot of evidence that you get it that way.
You didn't mention your age... One good bit of news... IF you're concerned about having Parkinson's, I'd recommend you find a specialist in movement disorders and get checked out; its turning out that IF its detected early enough, there's a drug called Azilect that helps slow down the progress of Parkinson's. This is a big deal because by the time obvious symptoms drive the average person to get checked out, they've lost 80% of their dopamine generation capability. By getting on Azilect earlier, you may buy some time.
I'm 52 and have 'had' Parkinson's for 6 years.
I note someone has answered your Q by referring to 'tremors'.. its a totally different thing.. Essential Tremors IS inherited - interesting home test for Essential Tremors; drink. If a few belts of booze makes the shaking stop, its more likely to be Essential Tremors.