Joseph Palmer (c.1663 - 1710) MP

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Birthplace: Stonington, New London, Connecticut, United States
Death: Died in Stonington, New London, Connecticut, United States
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About Joseph Palmer

Married 12 Nov 1687 Stonington, CT, Frances Prentice.

source: Paul Herbig, "Herbig-Cracken Family Chronicles (1997), p. 127.

email: prsffrpah@aol.com

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This piece of information has been taken from the Ahnentafel for Mary Alice Dewey Barden provided by Shryll Behn.

Sources:

World Family Tree Vo.l 4:2653 and others

Internet: RootsWeb WorldConnect Project CHESEBRO' Genealogy@RootsWeb file uploaded on 4 Jun 2004 by Larry Chesebro' (Larry@Chesebro.net)

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1663: Joseph Palmer was born.

"New England Marriages Prior to 1700" compiled by Clarence Almon Torrey; p. 554; The Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc.; Baltimore, Maryland; 1985 (974.0 NEa/Marriage SCGS)

1663, October 3: Joseph, son of Nehemiah and Hannah (Stanton) Palmer, was born at Stonington, Connecticut.

"Palmer Groups" by Lowell Mason Palmer; pp. 43-44; Press of David Clapp and Son; Boston, Massachusetts; 1901-1905 (HeritageQuest)

1706, April 22: His father, "in order to settle his estate, his sons in life and to prevent trouble after he was gone," made out deeds of his property, in which he gave his son, Daniel Palmer, one half of all his lands "at home, where now dwell," with two acres of salt grass to his son, Nehemiah. He gave his son, Joseph, the other half of all the home lands with the provision that these two sons should care for their mother, who was to hold the old house and receive one third of the income from all the farm products; Joseph to own the house where his father then dwelt (Deeds; II:385)

1709, January 9: Joseph Palmer drew his will. In it he bequeathed to his wife, Frances, one-third of the house stuff, one-third part of the lands. Son, Joseph to have the housing; the land was divided between the sons; the daughters, Hannah and Sarah, to receive £10 each; more than his sons.

"Palmer Groups" by Lowell Mason Palmer; pp. 43-44; Press of David Clapp and Son; Boston, Massachusetts; 1901-1905 (HeritageQuest)

1710, January 31: Lieutenant Jseph Palmer died at Stonington Village (New London) Connecticut Colony.

"Palmer Groups" by Lowell Mason Palmer; pp. 43-44; Press of David Clapp and Son; Boston, Massachusetts; 1901-1905 (HeritageQuest)

Additional Resources:

1) "History of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, Connecticut" by Richard Anson Wheeler; p. 509; Press of The Day Publishing Company; New London, Connecticut; 1900 (974.62 S87Wl LAPL)

2) "Colonial Families of the United States of America" by George Norbury MacKenzie; III:337; Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc.; Baltimore, Maryland (Colonial Families SR) (929 SCGS) (929.1 Col CSL)

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Joseph Palmer's Timeline

1651
August 31, 1651
Witnesham, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
1663
October 3, 1663
Stonington, New London, Connecticut, United States
1674
December 14, 1674
Age 11
Stonington, New London, Connecticut, United States
1677
January 25, 1677
Age 13
Hampton, Rockingham Co., NH
1687
November 12, 1687
Age 24
Stonington, Connecticut
1688
July 8, 1688
Age 24
Stonington, New London, Connecticut, United States
1690
November 14, 1690
Age 27
Stonington, New London, CT, USA
1692
September 23, 1692
Age 28
Stonington, New London, Connecticut, United States
September 23, 1692
Age 28
Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA
1694
May 31, 1694
Age 30
Stonington, Connecticut, United States