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Moses Palmer, Sr. MP (c.1640 - 1701)

page 223 "Notes & Queries," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1896. By NEHGS, New-England Historic Society. page 48-49 of Palmer Groups: John Melvin of Charlestown and Conc...

Moses Palmer, Jr. MP (1673 - 1744)

Moses Palmer (son of Moses Palmer & Dorothy Gilbert) was born 20 Oct 1673 and died 5 August 1744. He married 1 April 1703 to Abigail Allen, daughter of Daniel Allen & Mary Wilder. Their 10 children w...

N.N. (living) Palmer MP (deceased)

Nancy Palmer (Alston) MP (1782 - 1860)

Gov. Nehemiah Palmer MP (1637 - 1717)

1. Charlestown was established in 1629, making it five years older than B oston. Early English colonists resided here first, but many moved across t he Charles River to Boston because of the poor water...

Nehemiah Palmer, Jr. MP (1677 - 1735)

Batt. Chf. Orio Palmer MP (1956 - 2001)

Orio Joseph Palmer (March 2, 1956 – September 11, 2001) was a Battalion Chief of the New York City Fire Department who died while rescuing occupants of the World Trade Center on September 11, 20...

Osma Gallinger Tod MP (1895 - 1983)

from OBITUARY; Osma Gallinger Tod, 87, Dies; Writer and Expert on Weaving Published: January 22, 1983 The New York Times Osma Gallinger Tod, an author, editor and authority on weaving, basketry and r...

Othniel Palmer MP (1742 - 1798)

Parmenus Palmer MP (1719 - 1761)

Patience Husted (Palmer) MP (1746 - d.)

Patience Margaret Taylor (Palmer) MP (c.1601 - 1638)

Paul Palmer MP

Paul Palmer (born 18 October 1974 in Lincoln, England) is a former international freestyle swimmer for England and Great Britain. Coached by Ian Turner at the City of Lincoln Pentaqua Swimming Club, ...

Phebe Ann Palmer (Davenport) MP (1833 - 1921)

Phebe Chesebrough (Palmer) MP (1757 - 1787)

Phebe Palmer MP (1786 - d.)

Phebe Palmer MP (1745 - 1746)

Phebe Ferris (Palmer) MP (1696 - d.)

Phebe Mead (Palmer) MP (1733 - 1828)

Phebe Palmer (Brown) MP (1751 - 1781)

Phebe Curtis (Palmer) MP (1718 - 1763)

Nathaniel CURTIS and Phebe had no known children. Links

Phebe Palmer (Bartholomew) MP (1718 - 1760)

Phebe Palmer MP (1742 - 1793)

Potter Palmer MP (1826 - 1902)

Potter Palmer (May 20, 1826 – May 4, 1902) was an American businessman who was responsible for much of the development of State Street in Chicago. Born in Albany County, New York, he was the fou...

Priscilla Denison Palmer (Dixon) MP (1815 - 1851)

Priscilla Palmer (Hoyt) MP (c.1728 - 1794)

Rachel Palmer (Fowler) MP (c.1702 - c.1780)

Ralph Palmer MP (c.1260 - d.)

Rebecca Palmer (Wheeler) MP (1768 - d.)

Rebecca Palmer MP (deceased)

Rebecca Lillie (Palmer) MP (c.1682 - 1719)

Rebecca Elizabeth Palmer (Short) MP (1598 - 1671)

William PALMER Born: Oct 1590 Place: Parham, Somerset, , England Christened: 9 Oct 1590 Place: Also Of, London, Somerset, England Died: 10 Nov 1661 Place: Stonington, New London, Ct -Or- Cha...

Rebecca Palmer (Page) MP (1681 - 1759)

Rebecca Baldwin (Palmer) MP (1647 - 1713)

Rebecca Read (Palmer) MP (1690 - 1726)

Notes Through her mother, Mehitable was the gr. granddau. of the immigrant Walter Palmer of Rehoboth, Mass. and later Stonington, Conn. Mehitable's mother was the 15 year older sister of Elihu, h...

Rebecca Reynolds (Palmer) MP (1694 - 1726)

Rebecca PALMER c1692-1726 m Benjamin PALMER Links

Richard Briggs Palmer MP (1802 - 1837)

Richard Palmer MP (1614 - d.)

Richard Palmer, 1512 MP (c.1512 - 1547)

Richard Suydam Palmer MP (1834 - 1870)

Richard Suydam Palmer Find A Grave Memorial# 58392595

Robert Palmer MP (deceased)

Robert Palmer, II MP (c.1365 - c.1406)

Robert W. Palmer MP (1774 - 1850)

Robert Palmer, I MP (1339 - 1380)

Birth c.1340

Sir Robert Palmer MP (1474 - 1544)

After the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1540, Henry VIII granted the manor of Parham, which had belonged to the Abbey of Westminster, to a London mercer called Robert Palmer. Parham’s founda...

Roger Palmer, 1st Earl of Castlemaine, PC MP (1634 - 1705)

Roger Palmer, 1st Earl of Castlemaine, PC (1634–1705) was an English courtier, diplomat, and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1660. He was also a noted Catholic writer. His wife B...

Sir Roger Palmer, KB, MP MP (1577 - 1657)

Family and Education bap. 15 July 1577, 4th but 1st surv. s. of (Sir) Thomas Palmer†, 1st bt., (d.1625) of Wingham, Kent, and Margaret, da. of John Poley of Badley, Suff.;1 bro. of James*. educ....

Rosalie Palmer (Kincaid) MP (deceased)

Rufus Palmer MP (1744 - d.)

Ruth Imus (Palmer) MP (1787 - 1860)

Ruth Ramsdell (Palmer) MP (c.1729 - 1812)

From the research of Bruce Cooley Pusch: ID: I073066 Name: RUTH PALMER Sex: F Birth: ABT 1729 Death: FEB 1812 Marriage 1 GIDEON RAMSDEN OR RAMSDELL b: 13 SEP 1712 Children 1. DE...

Salome Lovell (Palmer) MP (1822 - 1910)

1842: emigrated to Nelson, NZ, on the Phoebe. 1847: Salome is keeping house for Francis Jollie at Atawhai, ten miles north of Nelson. Salome received a letter from her mother Miriam, advising her of ...

Samuel Palmer MP (1805 - 1881)

Samuel Palmer (27 January 1805 – 24 May 1881) was a British landscape painter, etcher and printmaker. He was also a prolific writer. Palmer was a key figure in Romanticism in Britain and produce...

Samuel Palmer, Sr. MP (1682 - 1732)

Samuel T. Palmer MP (1659 - 1743)

Samuel Palmer MP (1686 - 1758)

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Samuel Palmer MP (1707 - 1775)

There is an excellent account of Reverend Samuel Parker in this article . Samuel Palmer was born August 8, 1707, in Middleboro, MA, the fourth of nine children born to Thomas and Elizabeth Stevens Pa...

Samuel H. Palmer MP (1782 - 1862)

Occupation: farmer and sea captain

Samuel Palmer MP (deceased)

Sarah Hutchinson (Palmer) MP (1757 - 1825)

Sarah Palmer (Rhodes) MP (1761 - 1832)

Sarah Husted (Palmer) MP (deceased)

Sarah Margaret Palmer (Hardwick) MP (1782 - 1825)

At the time of her marriage to Martin Parmer, he was still spelling his last name "Palmer"; that is why her descendants use the last name Palmer (it's Zina's descendants who use "Parmer.") * Reference:...

Sarah Smith (Palmer) MP (1587 - 1633)

notes ELIZABETH VERNEY (c.1558-March 1592) Elizabeth Verney, although said in some genealogies to have been the daughter of Sir Henry Verney and have had Queen Elizabeth as her godmother, was in fa...

Sarah Palmer (Baker or Wiginton) MP (1624 - 1669)

View Tree for Sarah BakerSarah Baker (b. 1624, d. date unknown) Sarah Baker4 was born 1624, and died date unknown. She married John Palmer, cr, son of Capt Thomas Palmer, cr and Joan Jordan. Includes...

Sarah Susannah Palmer MP (c.1809 - 1894)

Sarah Suzanne Chaney was known as the Stoutest Woman in Canterbury!

Sarah Palmer (Messenger) MP (1644 - 1684)

Sarah Palmer (Jackman) MP (1647 - 1715)

Sarah Rowley (Palmer) MP (1610 - d.)

Sarah Savage (Palmer) MP (1741 - 1838)

Sarah Palmer (Walker) MP (1723 - 1808)

Sarah Chesebrough (Palmer) MP (1744 - 1847)

Sarah Palmer (Lockwood) MP (1772 - 1852)

Sarah Sherman Palmer (Elliott) MP (1795 - d.)

Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : Sep 9 2016, 15:52:06 UTC

Seaton W. Palmer MP (1834 - d.)

Silence Palmer (Stevens) MP (1748 - 1810)

Stephen Palmer MP (1723 - 1790)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NEW HAMPSHIRE. DAR Ancestor # A086764

Susanna Palmer (Cox) MP (deceased)

Susanna Palmer (Cooke) MP (1656 - 1704)

From janet Palo-Jackson, curator: dec 3, 2010 She was incorrectly linked as wife of William Palmer, this is a historic error (see ). I do not know if she is documented as a daughter of William cook...

Susannah Mills (Palmer) MP (c.1640 - 1727)

1. NEHGS: "Mills. - Jamaica, (on Long Island) March 10, [1727.] This day died Samuel Mills of this Place, Yeoman, (who was born in America) Aged Ninety-five years. He was always a very laborious, hones...

Susannah Dutton (Palmer) MP (c.1626 - 1684)

Born about 1626 Married about 1647

Susannah Blackman (Palmer) MP (1692 - 1761)

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson MP

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson (born 23 December 1971) also known as T P-T, is an English socialite, "it girl", television presenter, columnist, model and charity patron. Her activities have been well-covered...

Thirza Palmer (Mead) MP (1792 - 1882)

Sir Thomas Palmer, Kt. MP (deceased)

Thomas Palmer MP (b. - c.1581)

Thomas Palmer MP (1658 - 1707)

Sir Thomas Palmer, MP, 4th Baronet MP (c.1682 - 1723)

bap. 5 July 1682, 1st son of Herbert Palmer of Wingham by Dorothy, daughter of John Pincheon of Writtle, Essex; grandson of Sir Thomas Palmer, 2nd Bt., of Wingham. educ. Canterbury sch.; Sutton (Kent...

Thomas Palmer, Sr. MP (1620 - 1669)

• ~• Note naming of Rowley for Rowley in the (now) UK will I Thomas Palmer being very weake of body and full of paine, yet of perfect meomery and understanding doe make & ordaine th...

Thomas Palmer, Jr. MP (c.1665 - 1743)

When Samuel was just a year old, his father was discharged by the church on June 30, 1708, for "scandalous immorality and intemperance." He was dismissed "by the advice of an ecclesiastical council of ...

Sir Thomas Palmer, MP, 1st Baronet of Wingham MP (c.1540 - 1625)

Alt death date: July 24 ) Sir Thomas Palmer (1540–1626), ‘the Travailer,’ was an English knight and politician. He was created a baronet on 29 June 1621. Life Palmer was th...

Thomas Palmer, of Virginia MP (c.1590 - c.1633)

Mr. John West, 1500 acres, ccomack Co. VA 10 Aug 1664 p. 185 (75). S. side of Deep Creek bounded on West by land of Matilda Scarburgh, running Sly. toward Chucanesseks Creek. Trans. of 30 persons: ...T...

Thomas Palmer, 1548 MP (c.1548 - 1550)

Sir Thomas Palmer, II MP (1508 - 1586)

Individual Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thomas PALMER (AFN: 89CC-1P) Pedigree Sex: M Family ...

Thomas Jefferson Palmer MP (1870 - 1950)

Sir Thomas Palmer, Kt. MP (c.1575 - 1608)

Sir Thomas Palmer, of Fairfield MP (1582 - 1605)

notes ELIZABETH VERNEY (c.1558-March 1592) Elizabeth Verney, although said in some genealogies to have been the daughter of Sir Henry Verney and have had Queen Elizabeth as her godmother, was in fa...

Thomas Palmer MP (c.1795 - d.)

Timothy Palmer MP (1647 - 1696)

Timothy Lewis Palmer MP (1790 - 1833)