|George PALMER was born on 29 May 1681
in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He died on 28 May 1728 in
Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number
9CPR-GS. Parents: Deacon Gershom
PALMER and Ann DENISON.|
Deacon Gershom PALMER was born on 16 Jun 1644 in Seacunke, Massachusetts. He died on 27 Sep 1718 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He was buried on 30 Sep 1718 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number 597S-QL. Parents: Walter PALMER and Rebecca SHORT.
Grace PALMER was born on 9 May 1612 in England. She immigrated before 1634 to New England. She died on 12 Oct 1690 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She was buried in Oct 1690 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. In Wequetequock Cemetery. She has Ancestral File Number 597T-JP. Parents: Walter PALMER and Rebecca SHORT.
Hannah PALMER was born on 16 Jun 1634 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. She died after 25 Aug 1681 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She has Ancestral File Number 597T-9H. Parents: Walter PALMER and Rebecca SHORT.
Hannah PALMER was born on 31 May 1694 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She died on 17 Oct 1727. She has Ancestral File Number 89C7-HK. Parents: Joseph PALMER and Frances PRENTICE.
John PALMER was born about 1397 in Angmering, Sussex, England. He has Ancestral File Number 89CC-LM. Parents: Robert PALMER.
John PALMER was born about 1433 in Angmering, Sussex, England. He has Ancestral File Number FF05-R0. He is the reputed Descendant of Ralph Palmer, living in Sussex in 1307. Parents: John PALMER and Joan JULIAN.
Joseph PALMER was born on 3 Oct 1663 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He died on 31 Jan 1710 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number 89C7-M8. Parents: Nehemiah PALMER and Hannah STANTON.
Joseph PALMER was born on 16 Aug 1716/17 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He died on 12 Apr 1791. He has Ancestral File Number 89C8-7B. Parents: George PALMER and Hannah PALMER.
Katharine PALMER was born on 6 Nov 1790 in Lincoln Co., North Carolina. She died on 27 Aug 1857 in Gaston Co., North Carolina.
Mary PALMER was born on 24 Aug 1770 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She died on 29 Aug 1832. She has Ancestral File Number LR5G-35. Parents: Waite PALMER and Mary STAFFORD.
Mignon Jane PALMER.
Spouse: Melvin Grant CHRISTLEY.
Nehemiah PALMER was born on 27 Nov 1637 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He died on 17 Feb 1717 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number 597T-CT. Parents: Walter PALMER and Rebecca SHORT.
Robert PALMER was born about 1339. He has Ancestral File Number FF06-66.
Robert PALMER was born about 1365 in Angmering, Sussex, England. He has Ancestral File Number 89CC-N0. Parents: Robert PALMER and Isabel STOPHAM.
Children were: John PALMER.
Robert PALMER was born about 1485 in Parham, Sussex, England. He died on 14 May 1544 in Parham, Sussex, England. He has Ancestral File Number 89CC-6K. He was granted Parham in 1540 by King Henry VIII Parents: John PALMER and Isabel BILTON.
Sir Thomas PALMER was born about 1520 in Parham, Sussex, England. He died on 15 Apr 1582 in Parham, Sussex, England. He has Ancestral File Number 89CC-1P. He began building Parham manor in 1577. Parents: Robert PALMER and Bridget (Beatrix) WEST.
Elder Waite PALMER was born on 27 May 1711 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He died on 19 Oct 1785 in North Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number KBT7-HD. He has Ancestral File Number 205F-4RS. Parents: William PALMER and Grace MINER.
Waite PALMER was born on 5 May 1728 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number LR5F-TS. Parents: Elder Waite PALMER and Mary BROWN.
Walter PALMER was born about 1561 in England.
Walter PALMER was born about 1585 in Yetminster, Dorsetshire, England. He immigrated in Jun 1629 to Salem Massachusets. Walter Palmer, seeking religious freedom sailed from Gravesend, Kent, England with his five children and Abraham Palmer(believed to be his brother) in the "Four Sisters", one of a fleet of six ships that also included the "Talbot", "Lyons Whelp", "George Bonaventure", "Lyon", and "The Mayflower" . He was elected as Selectman in 1635 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He was elected as Constable in 1636 in Charlestown, Massachusetts. He lived in Charlestown, Massachusetts on 26 Mar 1638. "a true record of all such houses and lands as are possesed by the inhabitants of Charlestown" - - prepared by Abraham Palmer listed the possessions of Walter Palmer as follows: "Two acres of land in the east field, 'butting south on the back street,' with a dwelling house and another aptinances "five acres of arable land, milch cow commons six and a quarter, "four acres, more or less in the life field, "eight acres of meadow lying in the Mystic Marshes, "Four acres of woodland in the Mystic Field, "Five acres of meadow on the west of Mount Prospect, "Thirty acres of woodland. "Eighty-six acres of land scituate in the waterfield." On May 13, 1640 a committee was required to be appointed in every town to appraise all livestock. The committee for Charlestown was comprised of "Czechi: Rich'dson, & Walter Palmer.."
He lived in Seacunke, Massachusetts on 24 Aug 1643. The city of Seacunke was renamed Antient Rehoboth on 6/4/1645.
Walter Palmer and his good friend William Chesebrough, whose foutunes closely coincided during their lives left Charlestown along with other planters and started a new settlement at a place known as "Seacuncke" (Black Goose). His home was located along the 10 Mile River in an area called Sowams. The area was to become independent of other organizations until they could decide on a government. At a meeting in 1643, before a division of land had been made other than for house-lots, those attending were required individually to give the value of their estates, in order that the allotments of land might be made accordingly. Will. Cheesebrough was listed 450 pounds and Walter Palmer at 419 pounds.
On June 4, 1645 Seacuncke was renamed Antient Rehoboth (a town by the river) and assigned itself to The Plymouth Colony. Richard Wright was the first Deputy to be elected to represent Rehoboth to the Court at Plymouth, however he had been a strong advocate of the Massachusetts Bay Colony rather than the Plymouth Colony, and refused to acknowledge that the final decision was in favor of the Plymouth Colony. Admitted a Freeman on October 28, 1645, Walter Palmer was immediately sworn in as a Deputy in Wright's place.
Walter along with several others were also dissatisfied over the townspeople voting to consolidate with Plymouth Colony. He was in favor of an alliance with The Massachusetts Bay Colony. Prior to 1653 John Winthrop Jr. who had been granted land in that part of Connecticut known as The Pequot Country by The Massachusetts Bay Colony urged William Chesebrough, also one of those dissatisfied with The Plymouth Colony to settle in New London. Upon examination, William Chesebrough preferred that part of the country known by the Indians as Wequetequoc. He applied for a grant of 300 acres which was soon increased to 2300 acres. He then induced Walter Palmer and Walter's son in law Thomas Minor to join him there. Walter bought land on the East Bank of Wequetequoc Cove. It would appear that the land was originally placed in the name of Thomas Minor and later vested in the name of Walter Palmer.
In August of 1652 Thomas Minor built a house for his father-in-law Walter Palmer on the opposite side of Wequetequoc Cove from William Chesebrough. In 1653 Walter, Rebecca and children Elizabeth, Hannah, Elihu, Nahemiah, Moses, Benjamin, Gershom and Rebecca moved from Antient Rehoboth to their new home. Thomas Minor and his wife (Walter's oldest daughter) Grace with eight children of their own settled nearby in a house built by Thomas in Mistuxet (Quiambaug).
In the following years, Walter acquired additional land south of his location and on the eastern slope of Togwank, and on both sides of Anguilla Brook totaling about 1200 acres. On February 25, 1654 Walter was granted 100 acres of upland and also 100 acres in and about "Porkatush" (Pawcatuck). This land later became that of his sons.
During the first four years in Wequetequock Cove, Walter and his family had to travel 15 miles and across two large rivers to New London to attend church. On September 1, 1654 the first petition of the Stonington settlers for a separate town and church was refused by the General Court of Connecticut.
He was elected as Selectman on 12 Sep 1644 in Seacunke, Massachusetts. He was elected as Committee for The Court on 26 May 1647 in Antient Rehoboth , Massachusetts. He lived in Stonington, New London, Connecticut on 22 Mar 1657. On March 22, 1657 the first religious service was held in Stonington in the home of Walter Palmer with the Reverend William Thompson being the minister. Religious services were continued in various homes until May 13, 1661 when a meeting house was erected.
After a lengthy struggle with both the Connecticut and Massachusetts General Courts, the settlers succeeded in achieving local government. Their first efforts were then devoted to electing town officers and to the erection of a meeting house which was first used in September of 1661, just two months before Walter's death.
He died on 20 Nov 1661 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He is is buried in the Wequetequock burying ground. A rough wolf stone about 9 feet in length covers his grave. The inscription probably added later reads "W. Palmer 1585-1661". The stone lies in the midst of a long line of graves of his children and grandchildren. Nearby is a large monument erected in the memory of the four founders of the area - William Chesebrough, Thomas Minor, Thomas Stanton and Walter Palmer. Rebecca Palmer probably died shortly before June 5 1684. The only known record is the division by sons Nehemiah, Moses and Benjamin of land on that date which "our father left for our mother to divide". He has Ancestral File Number 7TW0-7X. He was Non-conformist. Walter was called a non-conformist, he had strong religious convictions which were contrary to the established Church of England. He felt the church had erred in continuing with the pageantry and formality of the Roman Church instead of returning to the simplicity of the early Christian Churches as they had been during their first three hundred years. This could be the reason no baptisms of his first five children could be found in England. He was described as a vigorous giant, 6 feet 5 inches tall.. 'The 300-year Stonington Cronology' by Haynes aptly describes Walter Palmer as the "Patriarach of the early Stonington settlers...(who) had been prominent in the establishment of Boston, Charlestown and Rehoboth, ...a vigorous giant, 6 feet 5 inches tall. When he settled at Southertown (Stonington) he was sixty-eight years old, older than most of the other settlers."
The following paragraph was taken from:
"Much research has been done to connect Walter to an ancestral family. Some believe his family was connected to Sir Anthony Palmer - others believe John Palmer of Angmering may be Walter's ancestry. Many records needed for proof have been destroyed or are missing and any records discovered have probably disproved any possibilities. We have recorded a Walter Palmer and Elizabeth Carter as parents according to the Walter Palmer Society..."
On September 28, 1630 there was recorded a "Jury called to hold an inquest on the body of Austine Bratcher." It found "that the strokes given by Walter Palmer, were occasionally the means of the death of Austin Bratcher, and so to be manslaughter. Mr. Palmer made his psonall appearance this day (October 19, 1630) & stands bound, hee & his sureties, till the nexte court." At a court session of "a court of assistants, holden att Boston, November 9th 1630" numerous matters were taken up and disposed of, including the trial of Walter Palmer and one other item of interest: "it is ordered, that Rich. Diffy, servt. To Sr. Richard Saltonstall, shal be whipped for his misdemeanr toward his maister." "A Jury impannell for the tryall of Walter Palmer, concerning the death of Austin Bratcher: Mr. Edmond Lockwood, Rich: Morris, Willm Rockewell, Willm Balston, Christopher Conant, Willm Cheesebrough, Willm Phelpes, John Page, Willm Gallard, John Balshe, John Hoskins, Laurence Leach, /The jury findes Walter Palmer not quilty of manslaughter, whereof hee stoode indicted, & soe the court acquitts him." The above is the first discovered reference to William Chesebrough, one of Walter's closest friends.
Walter became very prominent in the affairs of Charlestown, holding public office and is listed among the first group of men who took the Oath of Freemen on May 18, 1631. The original list included, "Mr. Roger Conant, John Balche, Ralfe Sprage, Simon Hoyte, Rick: Sprage, Walt (Walter) Palmer, Abraham Palmer, Mr Rich: Saltonstall, Rich: Stower, Czekiell Richardson, Wm Cheesebrough.
Parents: Walter PALMER and Elizabeth CARTER.
Spouse: Rebecca SHORT. Walter PALMER and Rebecca SHORT were married on 1 Jun 1633 in Roxbury. Massachusetts. They were married in Roxbury Church, of which she was a member and Rev. John Eliot its Minister. She was one of the first members of his church upon her arrival in America in 1632. Roxbury was generally settled by the people from Essex and Hertfordshire under the leadership of the Rev. John Eliot who had been the Vicar of Nazeing. Reverend Eliot's records of the Roxbury First Church state: "Rebeckah Short, a maide srvant, she came in the yeare 1632 and was married to Walter Palmer a Godly man of Charlestown Church." Children were: Grace PALMER, Hannah PALMER, Nehemiah PALMER, Deacon Gershom PALMER.
William PALMER was born about 1554 in Parham, Sussex, England. He died on 24 Dec 1586 in Parham, Sussex, England. He has Ancestral File Number 84V8-ML. Parents: Sir Thomas PALMER and Cartherine STRADLING.
Spouse: Elizabeth VERNEY. William PALMER and Elizabeth VERNEY were married about 1579 in Parham, Sussex, England.
William PALMER was born on 25 Apr 1678 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He died on 28 May 1728 in North Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He has Ancestral File Number 9CPR-DG. Parents: Deacon Gershom PALMER and Ann DENISON.
Zipporah PALMER was born on 31 Mar 1747 in Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She died in 1804. She has Ancestral File Number 1NMJ-FGP. Parents: Joseph PALMER and Zipporah BILLINGS.
Emma PANTULF was born about 1162 in Wemme, Shropshire, England. She died before 1227. She has Ancestral File Number 186V-DLK. Parents: Ivo PANTULF.
Ivo PANTULF was born about 1136. He has Ancestral File Number 186V-DJ5.
Children were: Emma PANTULF.
Maud PANTULF was born about 1220 in England. Date is estimated. She died before 6 May 1289 in England. Parents: William PANTULF and Hawise FITZWARIN.
William PANTULF was born about 1200 in England. Date is estimated. He died in 1233 in England.
Arthur Dixon PARHAM was born on 3 Jan 1883 in Gaston Co., North Carolina. He died on 8 May 1942 in Gaston Co., North Carolina.
Spouse: Minnie Elsie FERGUSON. Arthur Dixon PARHAM and Minnie Elsie FERGUSON were married on 30 Mar 1909 in York County, South Carolina. Children were: Bertha Annis PARHAM, Gladys Catherine PARHAM, Dorothy Mae PARHAM, Edna Faye PARHAM, Lawrence Dixon PARHAM, Lena PARHAM, Walter Clayton PARHAM.
Bertha Annis PARHAM. Parents: Arthur Dixon PARHAM and Minnie Elsie FERGUSON.
Dorothy Mae PARHAM. Parents: Arthur Dixon PARHAM and Minnie Elsie FERGUSON.
Edna Faye PARHAM. Parents: Arthur Dixon PARHAM and Minnie Elsie FERGUSON.
Gladys Catherine PARHAM. Parents: Arthur Dixon PARHAM and Minnie Elsie FERGUSON.
Lawrence Dixon PARHAM was born on 30 Dec 1909. He died on 16 Aug 1987 in Gaston Co., North Carolina. Parents: Arthur Dixon PARHAM and Minnie Elsie FERGUSON.
Lena PARHAM was born on 2 Sep 1914 in York County, South Carolina. She died on 27 Sep 1982 in York County, South Carolina. Parents: Arthur Dixon PARHAM and Minnie Elsie FERGUSON.
S. L. PARHAM.
Spouse: Lillie K. FERGUSON.
Walter Clayton PARHAM was born on 5 May 1921. He died on 12 May 1984 in Gaston Co., North Carolina. Parents: Arthur Dixon PARHAM and Minnie Elsie FERGUSON.
Hunter PARKER was born between 1880 and 1885. Dates are estimated. There was a Hunter Parker who showed up in Choctaw Co, MS in 1905. It is unkown if this was the same person or not.
Sarah PARKER Sally.
Spouse: James Marklee NICHOLS Jim. James Marklee NICHOLS Jim and Sarah PARKER Sally were married about 1890 in Texas.
Spouse: James Franklin (Buster) ROGERS.
Mary PARMELEE was born about 1719 in Connecticut.
Spouse: Nathaniel CRITTENDEN. Nathaniel CRITTENDEN and Mary PARMELEE were married on 21 Jun 1744.
Jack Francis PARROTT was born on 26 Feb 1904. He died on 18 Nov 1956.
Spouse: Ethel Roseller FERGUSON. Jack Francis PARROTT and Ethel Roseller FERGUSON were married on 26 Nov 1927.
Barthelmew PARTRIDGE was born in 1545 in Navestock, Essex, England. He has Ancestral File Number 9J45-2T. Parents: Gabriel PARTRIDGE and Margerie.
Gabriel PARTRIDGE was born about 1518 in Navestock, Essex, England. He has Ancestral File Number 1SFD-V91.
John PARTRIDGE was born in 1578 in Olney, Buckinghamshire, England. He died in 1652 in Olney, Buckinghamshire, England. He has Ancestral File Number 8HK0-TC. Parents: Barthelmew PARTRIDGE and Pernell GREEN.
Sarah PARTRIDGE was born on 24 Aug 1647 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. She died on 27 Oct 1718 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She has Ancestral File Number 24V5-G4. Parents: William PARTRIDGE and Ann GERRISH.
William PARTRIDGE was born in 1615 in Olney, Buckinghamshire, England. He immigrated before 1647 to New England. He died on 5 Jul 1654 in Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts. He has Ancestral File Number 24V5-KM. Parents: John PARTRIDGE and Frances.
Kyrsten PASFIELD was born in 1526 in Rettondon, Essex, England. She died on 12 Apr 1567 in Thaxted, Essex, England. She has Ancestral File Number 8J4Q-25.
Margery PATCHING was born on 17 Feb 1564 in Sussex, England. She died on 15 Nov 1605 in Sussex, England. She has Ancestral File Number 9J3K-GG. Parents: Richard PATCHING and Margery.