1 edition of Walter Palmer of Stonington, Conn. and descendants found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Palmer family of Stonington, Conn|
|Statement||H.F. Johnston, editor|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Walter Palmer of Stonington life. Palmer was likely born in England about He married in England and fathered five children. Recent research suggests that he was probably from Frampton, Dorset, England ("Walter Palmer of the Great Migration: Probable Origins in Frampton, Dorset," New England Historical and Genealogical Register, [Vol.
Winter ; pages ]). Resting place: Wequetequock. Walter Palmer came to America in and settled first in Salem with his brother, Abraham. Rebecca came to America in and settled in Roxbury, MA. Walter and his brother, along with others, founded the town of Chaarlestown, named in horor of King Charles I.
Walter built the first dwelling-house in Charlestown after it was made into a township. Ebenezer HEWITT (Richard HEWITT, Walter HEWITT, Ann PALMER, Gershom, Walter) was born about in Groton, New London Co., died 2 Jul in Genoa, Cayuga Co., New York.
DESCENDANTS OF CAPTAIN THOMAS HEWITT OF STONINGTON, CONN. Compiled by Virginia Hewitt Watterson, Walter Palmer was born about in Nottinghamshire, England. On Ap he sailed from Gravesend, Kent, England on the ship Four Sisters with his 5 children and his brother Abraham.
They were part of Higginson Fleet, six ships that included The Mayflower (of Pilgrims fame) as well as The Talbot, The Lyons Whelp, The George Bonaventure. 32 pages ; 28 cmPages: WALTER PALMER, the progenitor of the family of his name, who first settled in Stonington, Conn., came to New England as early aswith his brother, Abraham Palmer, a merchant of London, England, and nine associates.
Walter Palmer of Charlestown and Rehoboth, Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut: A year () Family History, Volume 2 Doris Palmer Buys Historical Publications.
Walter Palmer was a co-founder of Charlestown, Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut where a large monument was erected naming William Chesebrough, Thomas Stanton, Walter Palmer and Thomas Minor. Note: (The city of Seakonk was renamed Rehoboth) 6. Walter was a large man -- it was said he was 6' to 6' 5", weighing to lbs.
Nov 6, - Explore hollenbec's board "Walter Palmer/Stonington,Ct" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Connecticut, Family history and Stonington connecticut pins. Father - Daniel Brown Mother - Mary Palmer Breed 1st Wife - Elizabeth WILBOR m.3 Jan 2nd Wife Walter Palmer of Stonington Mary Frink Richard H.
Chichester, III (#) Their suggestion: Walter Brown, son of Daniel and Mary Palmer (Breed) Brown, gton, Conn., Feb. Burial: Brown Cemetery, Preston, New London. Walter PALMER ( – ) () was an early Walter Palmer of Stonington Puritan settler in the Massachusetts Bay Colony who helped found Charlestown and Rehoboth, Massachusetts and New London, was Alex’s 11th Great Grandfather twice, one of 4, in the Miner line and one of 4, in the Shaw line.
The Palmer River, a river in the U.S. states of Massachusetts and. Generation One. WALTER 1 Walter Palmer of Stonington was born in  Conn. and descendants book Yetminster, Dorset, England, United Kingdom , and died on 10 Nov.
 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut, Walter Palmer of Stonington States .He married (1st) ELIZABETH PALMER, who was born about  in England , and died about  in Connecticut .He married (2nd) in Charlestown, Suffolk.
James Palmer was born to the family of Walter Palmer of Stonington, Conn. He enlisted in August in the local militia Walter Palmer of Stonington the defense of Stonington, Conn.
and served one month. After the month expired, he enlisted as a Sergeant in Capt. Conn. and descendants book Oliver Smiths company of colonel Webbs Walter Palmer of Stonington and served until Dec 7 th,when he enlisted as a.
Walter Palmer (d) immigrated about from England to Charleston, Massachusetts, married twice, and moved to Stonington, Connecticut. Othniel Palmer (/ca), Walter Palmer of Stonington descendant in the fifth generation, married Silence Stevens, and moved from Rhode Island to Connecticut to Massachusetts, and then to Cayuga County, New York.
Descendants of Walter Palmer (The names of our ancestors are highlighted in red). Generation No. Walter 1 Palmer was born Abt. in London/Somerset, Yetminster Co, Notts Co, E, and died Novem in Stonington, New London, CT.
He married (1) Anne Elizabeth married (2) Esther married (3) Rebecca Short J in. The town of Stonington is located in New London County, Connecticut in the state's southeastern corner.
It includes the borough of Stonington, the villages of Pawcatuck, Lords Point, and Wequetequock, and the eastern halves of the villages of Mystic and Old Mystic (the other halves being in the town of Groton).The population of the town at the : Connecticut.
Married in Windham, Conn., April 8,SAMUEL PALMER, born January 4,in Rehoboth, Mass., son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Kingsley) Palmer, and a grandson of Walter Palmer of Nottinghamshire, England, who died in Stonington, Conn., From the book published in "Abbe -Abbey Genealogy In Memory of John Abbe and his Descendants Memorial ID: View Source.
do not confuse with Sir John Palmer. comments. Last updated July "Walter's ancestry, or more correctly lack thereof, has been confirmed by Elmer Hall Palmer, Society Genealogist, of the Walter Palmer Society and, from the Children: Walter Palmer, of Stonington.
The book focuses on the Goodwill families of Stonington, CT. It has many other surnames, history and anecdotes. Donna Campbell ([email protected]) will do lookups from Everett Pendleton's book, Early New England Pendletons.
It has a great deal of information regarding the descendants of Brian Pendleton who lived in Stonington and the area.
WALTER PALMER, the progenitor of the family of his name, w h o first settled in Stonington, Conn., came to New England as early aswith his brothe r, Abraham Palmer, a merchant of London, England, and nine associates.
A history of the Walter Palmer family of Stonington, Connecticut: and a supplementary history of Mrs. John Leland (Achsah Palmer) Sanders and her descendants. Assumption, Ill.: Daughters of the American Revolution, Illinois Society, Peter Meyer Chapter, Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
The descendants of Ezekiel Maine of Stonington, Conn by Algernon Aikin Aspinall, edition, in EnglishWritten: Walter Palmer Society, Inc. The is a Connecticut Domestic Non-Profit Corporation filed on Ap The company's filing status is listed as Dissolved and its File Number is The Registered Agent on file for this company is Frank N Eppinger and is located at Bridge St, Groton, CT Founded: Walter Palmer of Charlestown and Rehoboth, Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut: a year () family history Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut: a year () family history by Buys, Doris Palmer.
Publication date a preposterous way to view a book - would love to hear a VALID reason for not being. - My 11th and 10th great grandfathers.
Early Puritan leaders. See more ideas about Connecticut, Family history and Stonington connecticut pins. I am trying to merge Walter Palmer, his ancestors and descendants. Walter was born in Nottingham, England aboutcame to Salem MA, in and died in Stonington, CT, in I have been able to merge lots of Walters, and I.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Walter Palmer of Charlestown and Rehoboth, Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut by Doris Palmer Buys; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Family; People: Palmer family, Walter Palmer ().
The descendants of Ezekiel Maine of Stonington, Conn - Kindle edition by Aspinwall, Algernon Aikin. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The descendants of Ezekiel Maine of Stonington, Conn.1/5(2).
Walter Palmer of Charlestown and Rehoboth, Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut: a year () family history by Doris Palmer Buys (Book); Supplement to volume no.
1 of Palmer records: addresses, poems, proceedings of the second Palmer family re-union, held at Stonington, Conn., Aug 11 & 12,the ancestral home of Walter Palmer, the pilgrim. Richard Anson Wheeler, History of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, Connecticut, from its First Settlement in towith A Genealogical Register of Stonington Families (New London, Conn.: Press of the Day Publishing Co., ), pageBridget Palmer, no.
m. Benadam Gallup, no. of Gallup Family. Oliver-Miner Ancestors and Descendants Palmer Groups. John Melvin of Charlestown and Concord, Mass., and His Descendants Walter Palmer of Charlestown and Rehoboth, Massachusetts and Stonington, Connecticut Scrapbook of Mrs.
Marion Haven Wickes Walter Palmer Society Index - Fifteen Generations Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Walter. Ancestors of Robert Harold Palmer Generation No. 9 Deacon Gershom Palmer, born J in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts 32; died Septem in Stonington, Connecticut He was the son of Walter Palmer and Rebecca married Ann Denison Novem in Stonington, Connecticut Ann Denison, born.
Is this your ancestor. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Walter Palmer born bef. Stonington, New London, Connecticut died Stonington, New London, Connecticut including ancestors + descendants + 1 genealogist comments + Y-chromosome DNA + more in the free family tree : Grace Vose. NOTE: General and President Ulysses S.
Grant was a lineal descendant of Thomas Miner and wife, Grace Palmer, dau. of Walter Palmer, who were among the most prominent early planters of Stonington, as follows: their son John Miner, b., Charlestown, Mass.,m.
# Note:Walter, William and Abraham were probably brothers but there is no evidence to prove with William Cheesebrough, Thomas Stanton, George Dennison and his son-in-law Thomas Minor, Walter Palmer was one of the founders of Stonington, Connecticut, and he and many of his descendants played a leading role in the life of that town.
The greater number of the Brown families of Stonington, descend from three brothers, Thomas, John and Eleazer Brown, Sons of Thomas Brown of Lynn, Mass. The names of the parents of his father has not as yet been ascertained. The Captain Palmer House is located at 40 Palmer Street in Stonington, CT.
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Programs & Events Calendar. "Walter Palmer Society Website."Elmer Hall Palmer, Society Genealogist. Includes a descendants database. OnlineDescendants of Walter Palmer database.
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Palmer-Loper family papers, Correspondence, logs and journals, financial and business papers, ships' papers, printed material, and other papers of various members of the seafaring and merchant Palmer and Loper families of Stonington, Conn.
Includes papers. Stonington by the sea [Palmer, Henry Robinson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Stonington by the sea5/5(1).A Genealogical Account of the Descendants in the Male Line of Download pdf Peck, one of the Founders in of the Colony of New Haven, Conn.
By Darius Peck. (Hudson, New York, Bryant & Goeltz, Steam Book Printers, ) Pages and John Peet,of Stratford, Connecticut & His Descendants By Terry Charles Peet.In Gershom Palmer, then aged thirty-one years, participated in King Philip's War and served ebook a lieutenant of a Stonington ebook.
The Pyron Plamer typescript manuscripts, page"His name appears as a soldier in that war on the records of the town of Voluntown, which town was given by the General Court of Conn.
to the soldiers of Alt Name: Deacon Gershom Palmer.