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Isaac Ambrose Palmer
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Marriage*: 4 January 1855, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Elizabeth Estabrooks

Parents:

Father: Daniel Palmer

Family:

Elizabeth Estabrooks b. 12 July 1829

Children:

William Estabrooks Palmer

Isabella F. Palmer
Death*: UNKNOWN
Marriage*: 1 April 1875, Lexington, Mo, Principal=William Bartlett

Family:

William Bartlett b. 19 April 1846, d. UNKNOWN

Isabelle Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: circa 1877, Third Tier, Waterville, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Bradford Palmer b. 10 January 1833, d. 6 November 1903
Mother: Charlotte True b. 13 June 1843, d. 30 January 1928

Jacob S. Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 14 November 1852, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: Principal=Rebecca Alma Coes
Religion*: 1901, Advent
Occupation*: 1901, Farmer, self employed, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick
Death*: 1922
Burial*: the Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Lawrence Palmer b. 1815, d. before 1881
Mother: Mary Ann Fisher b. 1821

Family:

Rebecca Alma Coes b. 6 July 1864

Children:

Jenella I. Palmer b. 10 Jun 1883
Bessie E. Palmer b. 4 May 1885, d. 1922
Ezra P. Palmer b. 23 Oct 1889
Mina G. Palmer b. 23 Nov 1900
Manford Herbert Palmer b. 2 Jul 1905

Jacob Sunderland Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 3 August 1834, Saint John County, New Brunswick
Death*: 25 December 1854

Parents:

Father: Joseph S. Palmer b. 9 April 1800, d. 29 January 1879
Mother: Sarah Connor b. 17 April 1812, d. 26 March 1854

Jacob Sunderlin Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Note*: Vol II - part 2 'Loyalist Lineages of Canada' pg 1044-1046. AND Vol I 'Loyalist Lineages of Canada' pg 629.
Note: Jacob never married (not unreasonable as he died at the age of 12 yrs.).
Birth*: 2 March 1805, Queens County, New Brunswick
Death*: 20 February 1818, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Othniel Merritt had a birth date of 2 Mar 1805. Tombstone said he was 15 when he died.
Burial*: the Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Marcus Palmer Sr. b. 5 August 1767, d. 28 April 1822
Mother: Nancy Ann Slocum b. 25 January 1771, d. 11 February 1848

James Palmer
Marriage*:

Family:

Children:

Janet Ann Palmer+ d. Nov 1876

James Bardin Palmer
Marriage*: Principal=Millicent Jones

Family:

Millicent Jones

Children:

Millicent Palmer+ b. 1814, d. 5 Jun 1872

James Isaac Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Name-Com: Isaac Palmer
Name Variation: J. Isaac Palmer
Birth*: 27 September 1867, Hibernia, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: Principal=Annarilla M. Crocker
Occupation*: 1901, Farmer's son, Parish of Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Census*: 1901, Parish of Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Religion*: 1901, F. Baptist, Parish of Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Stephen Palmer b. 12 August 1829, d. 1910
Mother: Mary Sanbourne b. 27 April 1841, d. 1907

Family:

Marriage*: Principal=Annarilla M. Crocker

Annarilla M. Crocker b. 15 June 1875

Children:

Archie R. Palmer b. 15 Apr 1896
Verna M. Palmer b. 20 Jul 1897
Hilda Caroline Palmer b. 20 Aug 1900, d. 1919
Pearl Ida Palmer b. 19 Oct 1903

Jane Palmer
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Birth*: circa 1845
Marriage*: 25 August 1866, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Principal=Duncan M. Carter

Parents:

Father: Marcus Palmer b. circa 1804, d. 2 May 1890
Mother: Sarah M. Harris b. 1818, d. 20 April 1906

Family:

Duncan M. Carter

Jane Palmer
Death*: Deceased

Family:

Charles Bernard b. 1846, d. 1921

Children:

Daniel Bernard+ b. 1885, d. 1970

Janet Ann Palmer
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Note*: Janet Ann Palmer, was the eldest daughter of James Palmer of Scotchtown at Grand Lake in Queens County, New Brunswick.
Marriage*: 7 October 1876, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=Elijah William Carey Estabrooks
Death*: November 1876

Parents:

Father: James Palmer

Family:

Elijah William Carey Estabrooks b. 3 October 1846

Children:

James M. Estabrooks

Jenella I. Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 10 June 1883, New Brunswick, Canada
Census*: 1901, Parish of Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Religion*: 1901, F. Baptist

Parents:

Father: Jacob S. Palmer b. 14 November 1852, d. 1922
Mother: Rebecca Alma Coes b. 6 July 1864

John Palmer
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Note*: John "cut down trees, cleared the land, raised cattle and crops, built mills, logged, stream drove and lumbered, built at least one vessel, was farmer, lumberman, miller, fisherman, sailor, trader, shipmaster and soldier", but "had never made grindstones", one of the favourite occupations of Westmorland County in the early days where grindstones were a measure of value.

His reminiscences included ordering of the Dorchester militia to St. John in 1813 to replace the 104th, which had marched to Quebec. "We marched the first day to the Bend (the Bend of the Pedicodiac, Moncton later). There was no road - only a pathway marked by blazed trees through the woods. There were no settlements - only an occasional house, where now there are towns and villages. We had a hard march through deep snow, made more difficult by the scarcity of provisions along the route. The next month February, 30 volunteers were called for to do garrison duty at Fort Cumberland until the artillery arrived from Halifax. I was one of them. We came up to Shepody in a schooner, of which Thomas Brewster was master and owner. John Calhoun set us over to Belliveau and we trudged home, without food or drink and nearly perished from the cold." (Extracted from the St. John Journal, year unknown.)
Birth*: 11 October 1789
Death*: 3 July 1889

Parents:

Father: Gideon Palmer b. 29 October 1749, d. 6 October 1824
Mother: Catherine Harper b. 8 August 1768, d. May 1832

John Palmer
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Birth*: between 1755 and 1757

Parents:

Father: Philip Palmer b. circa 1715, d. 1785
Mother: Sarah Hunt

John Palmer
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Birth*: 22 January 1671, Bronx, Westchester County, New York
Marriage*: 31 October 1700, Bronx, Westchester County, New York, Principal=Rebecca Baxter
Will*: 15 November 1747, From the notes of Carol Griswold Salli:

New York Historical Society collection, vol 6, pp. 148-149, Page 204: In the name of God, Amen. I, JOHN PALMER, of the Borrough town of Westchester, being in a low weak state of body. I leave to my wife all my lots of land that lie on the west side of Frogs Neck, known by the name of the two houses, which I bought of one Bailey, with the appurtenances. I leave to my son Joseph, all my apparell. To my daughter Esther, my negro girl "Lucy", and two fether beds, etc. To my daughter Martha, my negro boy "Jack." All the rest of household goods to my wife Rebecca, and to my daughters Esther and Martha. I leave to my sons Philip and Marcus all my salt meadow that lies within the bounds of their deed from me, heretofore made, except 2 coves of meadow that lie on the lower end of the Cove, on the south side of the brook. I leave to my sons Lewis and Benjamin, all the rest of my real estate, house, barn, orchard, etc.; Also a L 25 right in the Sheep Pasture; Also my negroes, horses, and cattle, and they are to pay my wife L40, to to my daughter Martha, L40. I leave to my son John L5, and to my son Isaac L5; to my son Thomas L 10; I having already provided for these sons according to my ability. My wife is to have the use of the Old House that I built first, except the cellar, to live in during her widowhood, and then to my sons Lewis and Benjamin. I make my son Philip and my friend Anthony Bartow, executors.

Dated November 15, 1747. Witnesses, John Bartow, Moses Mullinex, Nathaniel Lewis.
Proved, before Israel Honeywell, Esq., December 30, 1747.

Death*: 20 November 1747 or 30 December 1747, Westchester County, New York

Parents:

Father: Joseph Palmer b. 1642, d. 14 December 1726
Mother: Sarah Marsh d. 18 February 1711

Family:

Rebecca Baxter b. 1682, d. 1773

Children:

Thomas Palmer
Phebe Palmer
Joseph Palmer
John Palmer b. 1701, d. b 1771
Marcus Palmer b. 1706, d. b 5 Sep 1771
Philip Palmer+ b. c 1715, d. 1785
Esther Palmer b. c 1718, d. b 18 Oct 1771

John Palmer
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Marriage*: Principal=Elizabeth Seaman
Birth*: 1701, Westchester County, New York
Death*: before 1771, Haverstraw, Westchester County, New York

Parents:

Father: John Palmer b. 22 January 1671, d. 20 November 1747 or 30 December 1747
Mother: Rebecca Baxter b. 1682, d. 1773

Family:

Elizabeth Seaman b. 3 August 1720

John Palmer
Death*: Deceased
Marriage*: 25 August 1798, Principal=Loretta Baker

Family:

Loretta Baker d. Deceased

John Palmer
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Birth*: Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Marriage*: Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Principal=Mary Stickney
Death*: 24 November 1763, Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Parents:

Father: Francis Palmer d. 11 November 1695

Family:

Mary Stickney

Children:

Daniel Palmer Sr.+ d. 1776

John Palmer
Note*: They had at least one son by this marriage. At this time John's parentage is not known. John was a Sargent in the British Army. John moved to Rowley, Masachusetts in 1639, where he died June 17th. 1695. His son Francis also died in Rowley, Nov. 11, 1695. John, son of Francis, died Nov. 24, 1763. Daniel, son of John, moved to New Brunswick in 1763 and settled in Sheffield on the River St. John where he died in 1776. His son, Daniel,was born May 12, 1748; moved to Grand Lake in 1786 and died Feb. 11th.1813. His wife's name was Sarah Whittemore, sister of Mary, wife of Rev. Elijah Estabrooks.
Birth*: 1622, England
Death*: 17 June 1695, Rowley, Essex County, Massachusetts

Family:

Children:

Francis Palmer+ d. 11 Nov 1695

John Palmer
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Death*: UNKNOWN
Birth*: circa 1790, Stonington, New London, Connecticut

Parents:

Father: Amos Palmer , Sr. b. 17 February 1759, d. 1796
Mother: Betsey Stanton b. circa 1768, d. UNKNOWN

John Connor Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 9 June 1849
Marriage*: 11 February 1873
Death*: 14 September 1914

Parents:

Father: Joseph S. Palmer b. 9 April 1800, d. 29 January 1879
Mother: Sarah Connor b. 17 April 1812, d. 26 March 1854

John D. Palmer
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Birth*: 25 December 1848
Death*: after 1902

Parents:

Father: Amos Allen Palmer b. circa 1816, d. UNKNOWN
Mother: Emma Chesebrough b. 24 August 1815, d. UNKNOWN

John Ernest Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Name Variation: John E. Palmer
Birth*: 11 November 1882, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Religion*: 1901, First Baptist
Occupation*: 1901, Student

Parents:

Father: Bradford Palmer b. 17 March 1837, d. 2 September 1910
Mother: Ruth Adelaide McAlpine b. 5 March 1848

Jonathan Palmer
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Birth*: 1753, Westchester County, New York

Parents:

Father: Philip Palmer b. circa 1715, d. 1785
Mother: Sarah Hunt

Jonathan D. Palmer

Charts:
Descendant Chart for David Walker

Name-Com: Johnny Palmer
Name Variation: John D. Palmer
Birth*: 27 January 1864
Marriage*: Principal=Mary Eliza Walker
Death*: 18 August 1910
Burial*: St. Peter's Anglican Church, Foxley River, Prince County, Prince Edward Island

Family:

Mary Eliza Walker b. 31 May 1863, d. 24 November 1949

Children:

Robert Harold Palmer+ b. 31 Jan 1897, d. 1968
Allan Walker Palmer b. 21 Nov 1899, d. 1957
Ingham Wright Palmer+ b. 1903

Joseph Palmer
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Birth*: 1642, Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut
Marriage: March 1665, Principal=Sarah Marsh
Death*: 14 December 1726, Flushing, New York

Parents:

Father: William Palmer b. circa 1590, d. April 1670
Mother: Martha Barnes

Family:

Sarah Marsh d. 18 February 1711

Children:

John Palmer+ b. 22 Jan 1671, d. 20 Nov 1747 or 30 Dec 1747

Joseph Palmer
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Parents:

Father: John Palmer b. 22 January 1671, d. 20 November 1747 or 30 December 1747
Mother: Rebecca Baxter b. 1682, d. 1773

Joseph S. Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Note*: INFORMATION: Vol II part 2, 'Loyalist Lineages of Canada' pg 1044-1046. AND Vol I 'Loyalist Lineages of Canada' pg 629. Joseph is a United Empire Loyalist.
Residence*: Lower Kars, Kings, New Brunswick, Canada
Name Variation: Joseph Sunderland Palmer, There are no written family records that this Joseph had a middle name of Sunderland, but has appeared thus in various writings after his death. (This note from John Elliott)
Birth*: 9 April 1800, Central Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick
Marriage*: 22 February 1829, Principal=Nancy Connor
Marriage*: 6 January 1832, Saint John, St John County, New Brunswick, In the Index to Marriage Bonds Daniel Jones, of Saint John County, and Samuel Jones, of Kings County, are listed as co-signers., Principal=Sarah Connor
Death*: 29 January 1879, Central Hampstead, New Brunswick, Canada
Death: 29 January 1879, Saint John, Saint John County, New Brunswick, Canada
Burial*: the Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Marcus Palmer Sr. b. 5 August 1767, d. 28 April 1822
Mother: Nancy Ann Slocum b. 25 January 1771, d. 11 February 1848

Family 1:

Marriage*: 22 February 1829, Principal=Nancy Connor

Nancy Connor b. 6 August 1810, d. 22 December 1829

Children:

Joseph Sunderland Palmer b. 22 Dec 1829, d. 20 May 1890

Family 2:

Marriage*: 6 January 1832, Saint John, St John County, New Brunswick, In the Index to Marriage Bonds Daniel Jones, of Saint John County, and Samuel Jones, of Kings County, are listed as co-signers., Principal=Sarah Connor

Sarah Connor b. 17 April 1812, d. 26 March 1854

Children:

Nancy Connor Palmer b. 6 Dec 1832, d. 1898
Jacob Sunderland Palmer b. 3 Aug 1834, d. 25 Dec 1854
Thomas Palmer b. 11 Oct 1835, d. 2 Sep 1853
Charlotte Perley Palmer b. 16 May 1838, d. 21 Feb 1862
Catherine Elizabeth Palmer b. 21 Feb 1840, d. 19 May 1916
Daniel Abner Palmer+ b. 25 Apr 1842, d. 1918
George Whitfield Palmer+ b. 22 Apr 1844, d. Aug 1917
Charles Harvey Palmer b. 22 Dec 1846
John Connor Palmer b. 9 Jun 1849, d. 14 Sep 1914
Beverly Robinson Palmer+ b. 4 Jul 1851, d. 29 Mar 1931

Joseph Sunderland Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 22 December 1829, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick
Death*: 20 May 1890

Parents:

Father: Joseph S. Palmer b. 9 April 1800, d. 29 January 1879
Mother: Nancy Connor b. 6 August 1810, d. 22 December 1829

Josiah Palmer
Marriage*: 9 November 1692, Principal=Abigail Carpenter
Death*: 22 June 1709

Family:

Abigail Carpenter b. 9 April 1643, d. 5 March 1709/10

Judson W. Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 1881
Death*: 17 February 1883, Judson died aged 2 years.
Burial*: the Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada,
Gravestone inscription:

Sweet little spirit thou art gone
Thy loss we deeply feel.
But one thought will check the starting tear
To think thou art forever free

Parents:

Father: Bradford Palmer b. 17 March 1837, d. 2 September 1910
Mother: Ruth Adelaide McAlpine b. 5 March 1848

Julia Blanche Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Marriage*: Principal=Charles Henry Wasson
Birth*: 7 May 1871
Death*: 10 May 1912

Parents:

Father: Daniel Palmer b. 22 February 1838, d. 8 February 1909
Mother: Sarah A. Carpenter b. 1847

Family:

Charles Henry Wasson b. 19 February 1868, d. 1948

Children:

Charles 'Alfred' Wasson b. 4 Aug 1895, d. 16 Jun 1945
Albert E. Wasson b. 4 Aug 1895, d. Feb 1967
Ida B. Wasson b. 24 Dec 1896
Walter Daniel Wasson b. 5 Jun 1898, d. 9 Jun 1957
Elva C. Wasson b. 29 Sep 1899, d. 1917
Willis Cilby Wasson b. 31 Aug 1905

Lawrence Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 1815, New Brunswick, Canada
Marriage*: Principal=Mary Ann Fisher
Religion*: 1871, F.C. Baptist
Occupation*: 1871, Farmer, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Burial*: the Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Death*: before 1881, He is not listed in the 1881 Census.

Parents:

Father: William Palmer b. 27 October 1790
Mother: Frances Farrington

Family:

Mary Ann Fisher b. 1821

Children:

William L. Palmer b. 1845, d. 22 Apr 1868
Francis Mary Palmer b. 28 Mar 1848
Ezra Palmer b. 1849
Lonzo Palmer b. 1851
Jacob S. Palmer+ b. 14 Nov 1852, d. 1922
Thomas Palmer b. 1855
Daniel D. Palmer+ b. 3 Jan 1855
Stephen G. C. Palmer b. 1857
George Palmer b. 1861
Albert Palmer b. 1864
Benjamin Palmer b. 1867

Leeson Palmer
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Death*:
Birth*:
Note*: Person Source

Letha Arletta Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 26 July 1904, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Edgar Blanchard Palmer b. 25 June 1865, d. 26 May 1944
Mother: Annie Olivia Lacey b. 8 January 1875, d. 28 December 1966

Lucy Barden Palmer
Death*: Deceased

Family:

George Leslie Haslam d. Deceased

Children:

Reginald Heber Haslam b. 22 Sep 1900, d. 17 May 1971

Magdalene Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: circa 1826, Queens County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: Charles Palmer b. 21 December 1791, d. 8 May 1863
Mother: Mary Slipp b. 10 March 1792, d. 13 February 1858

Manford Herbert Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 2 July 1905, Hibernia, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Jacob S. Palmer b. 14 November 1852, d. 1922
Mother: Rebecca Alma Coes b. 6 July 1864

Marcus Palmer
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Marriage*: Principal=Sarah M. Harris
Birth*: circa 1804, New Brunswick, Canada
Birth: 1813
Death*: 2 May 1890
Burial*: Pioneer Cemetery, Dorchester, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, Canada,
Marker Inscription:
In Memory of
Marcus Palmer
died
May 2nd 1890
aged 77 yrs.

There is sweet rest
in heaven

Parents:

Father: Gideon Palmer b. 29 October 1749, d. 6 October 1824
Mother: Catherine Harper b. 8 August 1768, d. May 1832

Family:

Sarah M. Harris b. 1818, d. 20 April 1906

Children:

Rebecca Palmer b. c 1839, d. 28 Dec 1895
Catherine Palmer b. c 1841, d. 17 Feb 1888
Elizabeth Palmer b. c 1843, d. 27 Feb 1877
Jane Palmer b. c 1845
Phebe E. Palmer b. c 1847, d. 23 Sep 1892
Mary M. Palmer b. c 1849
Zilpha A. Palmer b. bt 1851 - 1854, d. 22 Jul 1851
William Kossuth Palmer b. c 1852, d. 18 Jun 1857
Charlotte Augusta Palmer b. c 1855, d. 28 Jun 1881

Marcus Palmer
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Note*: There is no known spouse.
Birth*: 1706, Westchester County, New York, Other birth years reported are 1713 and 1719.
Death*: before 5 September 1771, Yorktown, or Cortlandt Manor, Westchester County, New York

Parents:

Father: John Palmer b. 22 January 1671, d. 20 November 1747 or 30 December 1747
Mother: Rebecca Baxter b. 1682, d. 1773

Marcus Palmer Jr.
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Note*: The sons of William are well to do, and some are wealthy farmers. (Extracted from "History of Queen's County, N.B." by E. Stone Wiggins, 1876, page 46.)


Note: Marcus Palmer m. Julia Ann Coy. b. ca. 1810. d. 1876. on Mar. 12, 1836 and buried in the Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, N.B. He b.Sep. 13, 1793. They were First Baptist. They farmed in Hampstead. (1861Census Marcus 64 and Julia Ann 52). Their children: 9. Bradford Palmer. b. ca. 1837. m. 1st Ruth Amelia Clark. m. 2ndAdelaide McAlpine. 9. George Palmer. b. ca. 1838. m. 1st Christianne McAlpine. m. 2nd JuneMcAlpine. 9. Sarah A. Palmer. b. ca. 1846. (Extracted from 'History of Queen's County, N.B.' by E. Stone Wiggins, 1876, page 46.) The sons of William are well to do, and some are wealthy farmers. [1861 Census] They farmed in Hampstead. Marcus 64 yrs., Julia Ann 52 yrs. Marcus Jr.and Julia Ann Coy were living with their son George in 1871. He is listed in the 1871 Census for Hampstead as being of 'unsound mind'.
Birth*: 13 September 1793, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick
Marriage*: 12 March 1836, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Principal=Julia Ann Coy
Census*: 1861, they farmed in Hampstead. Marcus was 64 yrs., Julia Ann was 52 yrs. Marcus Jr.and Julia Ann Coy were living with their son George in 1871. He is listed in the 1871 Census for Hampstead as being of 'unsound mind'.
Religion*: 1871, F.C. Baptist
Living*: 1871, New Brunswick, Canada, Marcus Jr. and Julia Ann Coy were living with their son George in 1871. He is listed in the 1871 Census for Hampstead as being of "unsound mind".
Death*: 27 February 1873, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada
Burial: the Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada

Parents:

Father: Marcus Palmer Sr. b. 5 August 1767, d. 28 April 1822
Mother: Nancy Ann Slocum b. 25 January 1771, d. 11 February 1848

Family:

Marriage*: 12 March 1836, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Principal=Julia Ann Coy

Julia Ann Coy b. 1810, d. 3 July 1876

Children:

Bradford Palmer+ b. 17 Mar 1837, d. 2 Sep 1910
George Palmer b. c 1838, d. 19 Oct 1906
Sarah A. Palmer b. c 1846

Marcus Palmer Sr.
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Biographical Note*: Marcus Palmer Sr. was a United Empire Loyalist. His father's first name is unknown, but his widowed mother Mary married William Lawrence when Marcus was three years old. When he was fifteen, Marcus, his mother and his step-father were refugees on the Commerce, a ship in the July 1783 fleet. In 1789 two important events in his life occurred. When court was in session at Gagetown 14 January 1789, it appointed Joseph Nickerson and 21 year old Marcus Palmer constables for the Parish of Hampstead for the year. Later in 1789, when he was 22 years old, Marcus Palmer married. Rev.Richard Clarke of Gagetown's Saint John Anglican Church recorded 'Waterborough Oct. 25 1789. Married Marcus Palmer and Anne Slocum, both of Hampstead, but were married at Mr. Wiggins in the above Parish'. Both Ann and Marcus were Quakers, but a Quaker wedding was not legal in New Brunswick at that time. Ann Slocum's older sister was married to a good Anglican, Jacob Wiggins U.E. So their home at Grand Lake in the Parish of Waterborough was used for the wedding.

The following was transcribed from a photographed copy of a document held at the Gagetown Archives, Gagetown, NB. There are several instances where 'PALMER' is spelled 'PARLMER' in this document. This alternate spelling is also to be found on markers in the Palmer Family Cemetery in Central Hampstead.

MARCUS PALMER WILL Palmer, Marcus - Will Made 1820 - Filed 1822 Marcus Palmer UE. made his will 14 December 1820, more than a year beforehe died 28 April 1822. It was filed in the Queens County Registry Officein Gagetown 25 June 1822. He bequeathed: - to wife ANN (SLOCUM), all my household furniture during her natural life, and then be divided among my three daughters at her discretion. To my wife the use of my house and a comfortable maintenance from the produce of my Lands which shall not be sold during her widowhood, and half the stock. - to son WILLIAM PARLMER his heirs and assigns 10 shillings. - to the rest of my sons, CHARLES, MARCUS, DANIEL, and JOSEPH 180 pounds each. - to son STEPHEN 200 pounds. - to daughter SARAH 50 pounds. - to daughter MARY WATSON 30 pounds. - to daughter SUSANNAH ANN 25 pounds. - In case of any accident among my children that shall leave them incapable of getting their living, I will they be supported out of my estate. - In case any of my children die without lawful issue, his part shall be divided among my children in proportion to the sum annexed to their names. EXECUTORS - MARCUS PARLMER, JR. & THOMAS UNDERHILL EXECUTRIX - WIFE ANN PARLMER WITNESSED BY BENJAMIN CLARK, LEONARD SLIP, JAMES SLIP. MARCUS PARLMER thought when he was making this will that he was taking care of every contingency. He couldn't foresee that in 1835 the home would burn to the ground. Only one chair was saved. It is a hand-made, straight-backed chair. It was painted black with paint made out of buttermilk and lamp black. The rush seat has been recaned several times by Indians, and is in good shape as when the Loyalist ANN SLOCUM PALMER sat in it. Marcus came to St. John in 1783 and settled back of Long Island, on the farm now owned and occupied by his grandson, David Palmer. (Extracted from 'History of Queen's County, N.B.' by E. Stone Wiggins, 1876, page46.) Marcus seems to have moved to the St. John River where he settled near Long Island. (Extracted from The Journal, Saint John, N.B. year Unkown) Loyalist Lineages of Canada, Vol. 1, pg. 629, and Vol. 2, pg. 1044-1046. Will mentions: wife Ann (Slocum) sons William, Charles, Marcus Jr., Daniel, Joseph,Stephen daughters Sarah, Susannah, & Mrs. Mary Palmer Watson. Executrix: wife Ann Executors: Marcus Palmer and Thomas Underhill. There is a painting of the Loyalist Fleet, as well as the landing at Saint John, at the Canadian Heritage Gallery at the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa.
Birth*: 5 August 1767, Dutchess County, New York
Note*: Marcus came to St. John in 1783 and settled back of Long Island, on the farm now owned and occupied by his grandson, David Palmer. (Extracted from "History of Queen's County, N.B." by E. Stone Wiggins, 1876, page 46.)

Marcus seems to have moved to the St. John River where he settled near Long Island. (Extracted from The Journal, Saint John, N.B. year unknown). From "Loyalist Lineages of Canada, Vol. 1", pg. 629, and Vol. 2, pg. 1044-1046.
Immigration*: July 1783, St. John, New Brunswick, (Canada), When Marcus was 15 years old, his mother Mary and stepfather William Lawrence were refugees on the Commerce, a ship in the July 1783 Loyalist Fleet. There is a painting of this fleet, as well as the landing at Saint John, at the Canadian Heritage Gallery at the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa.
Occupation*: 14 January 1789, When Court was in session at Gagetown 14 January 1789 it appointed Joseph Nickerson and 21 year old Marcus Palmer constables for the Parish of Hampstead for the year.
Marriage*: 25 October 1789, Waterborough, Queens County, New Brunswick, Rev. Richard Clarke of Gagetown's Saint John Anglican Church recorded "Waterborough Oct. 25, 1789, married Marcus Palmer and Anne Slocum both of Hampstead, but were married at Mr. Wiggins in the above parish".

Both Ann and Marcus were Quakers, but a Quaker wedding was not legal in New Brunswick at that time. Ann Slocum's older sister was married to a good Anglican, Jacob Wiggins UE. So their home at Grand Lake in the Parish of Waterborough was used for the wedding., Principal=Nancy Ann Slocum
Will*: 14 December 1820, Proved 25 June 1822, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, (Canada), The following was transcribed from a photographed copy of a document held at the Gagetown Archives, Gagetown, NB. There are several instances where 'PALMER' is spelled 'PARLMER' in this document. This alternate spelling is also to be found on markers in the Palmer Family Cemetery in Central Hampstead.


Palmer, Marcus - Will          Made 1820 - Filed 1822

Marcus Palmer UE. made his will 14 December 1820, more than a year before he died 28 April 1822. It was filed in the Queens County Registry Office in Gagetown 25 June 1822. He bequeathed:

- to wife ANN (SLOCUM), all my household furniture during her natural life, and then be divided among my three daughters at her discretion. To my wife the use of my house and a comfortable maintenance from the produce of my Lands which shall not be sold during her widowhood, and half the stock.

- to son WILLIAM PARLMER his heirs and assigns 10 shillings.

- to the rest of my sons, CHARLES, MARCUS, DANIEL, and JOSEPH 180 pounds each.

- to son STEPHEN 200 pounds.

- to daughter SARAH 50 pounds.

- to daughter MARY WATSON 30 pounds.

- to daughter SUSANNAH ANN 25 pounds.

- In case of any accident among my children that shall leave them incapable of getting their living, I will they be supported out of my estate.

- In case any of my children die without lawful issue, his part shall be divided among my children in proportion to the sum annexed to their names.

EXECUTORS - MARCUS PARLMER, JR. & THOMAS UNDERHILL
EXECUTRIX - WIFE ANN PARLMER
WITNESSED BY BENJAMIN CLARK, LEONARD SLIP, JAMES SLIP.

     MARCUS PARLMER thought when he was making this will that he was taking care of every contingency. He couldn't foresee that in 1835 the home would burn to the ground. Only one chair was saved. It is a hand-made, straight-backed chair. It was painted black with paint made out of buttermilk and lamp black. The rush seat has been recaned several times by Indians, and is in good shape as when the Loyalist ANN SLOCUM PALMER sat in it., Witness=Benjamin Clark, Witness=Leonard Slip, Witness=James Slip
Fact 2*: 1822, Will proved. Marcus Palmer Sr., Probate, 1822 [Abstract] I Marcus Palmer of Hampstead in Queens County and Province of New Brunswick, Farmer. My will is that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid and discharged by my executors hereafter named out of my personal estate. To my wife Ann Palmer all my household furniture during her natural life, and then to be divided among my three daughters at her discretion; also the use of my house and a good and comfortable maintenance from the produce of my lands and that my said lands shall not be sold during her widowhood and all of the stock being on the said estate shall belong thereto. To my son William Palmer the sum of ten shillings and to the rest of my sons Charles, Marcus, Daniel and Joseph one hundred and eighty pounds each and to my son Stephen Palmer I two hundred pounds. To my daughter Sarah fifty pounds, to my daughter Susannah Ann Seventy five pounds. I constitute and ordain Marcus Palmer and Thomas Underhill executors and my wife Ann Palmer my executrix. Witnesses: Benjamin Clarke Leonard Slip James Slip Estate inventory taken 14 May 1822: Real Estate               50 4 Cows               24 4 Oxen                    37 26 Sheep               19-10 2 ____[looks like Auks]     6 4 yearlings               8 Swine                    7-10 Farming essentials          15-10-6 Boat and Sail               2-5 8 ____ of leather          2 Goods in Dairy          2-10 4 Beds and Bedding          2 Furnature               9-1 37 yds. Of cloth          9-5 Carpenters tools          2 Sun dried in the garreh     1-10 Cash                    12 -------------------------------------------                L     851-8-6 Appraisers: Thomas Hewlett and Gilbert Merritt Marcus settled in Queens County, N.B. in 1784. (Loyalists of N.B., p. 317) Marcus took up a Land Grant on the West side of the St. John River in what soon became known as Hampstead in Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada. Later he got a Grant of an island in that river just off his original Land Grant. Othniel Merritt's original Palmer research showed Marcus as the son of Gilbert/Gideon Palmer, originally of Westchester, NY and settling in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. This is an error. Marcus Palmer was born about 1767. He died on the 23rd of April, 1822 at a age of 55 according to his tombstone in the Palmer cemetery of Hampstead, N.B. Gilbert Merritt didn't get married and start his family until after he immigrated to Canada. His will does list a son named Marcus, the obvious reason for Othniel's error, but he states that this is one of his two youngest sons. Further, Gilbert's son Marcus was born in 1813, and became a Dorchester, N.B. farmer. This Marcus Palmer was a Deacon to the Methodist Church and married Sarah Millidge Harris. Both of them are buried in Dorchester's Pioneer Cemetary. Together, they had seven daughters--no sons (The Palmer Brothers in the Chignecto, Helen M. Petchey). This leaves in question the origin and ancestery of Marcus Palmer the Loyalist who settled in Hampstead, N.B. He is clearly listed as a loyalist in the Loyalists of New Brunswick. His originating point in America is left blank. Other passenger and loyalist lists do not show where Marcus came from either. The Hon. Horace W. Palmer compiled masses of information on all the Palmers in the United states back in the 50's and early 60's. His unpublished manuscript lists Marcus Palmer of Hampstead on page 4776. Here he says that the parents of Marcus are unknown. Descendants of Marcus 'have stated that their ancestors were said to have come from Rhode Island in 1783 as United Empire Loyalists.' This information fits in that the wife of Marcus, Nancy Ann Slocum's father was a UE Loyalist from North Kingston, RI. This is information Horace Palmer didn't have when compiling his information. He thus concludes that 'we fully believe that they were from the Palmer family of Westchester, NY, and the descendants are somewhat confused in stating that they came from Rhode Island.' Given the rarity of the name Marcus among Palmers, I tend to believe that Marcus Palmer of Hampstead, N.B. is a descendant of the Palmers of Westchester, NY, but not through Gideon Palmer. Further research on Marcus Palmer in the Westchester, NY area may reveal his true ancestry.
Death*: 28 April 1822, Waterborough, Queens County, New Brunswick
Burial*: the Palmer Family Cemetery, Central Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick

Parents:

Father: ? Palmer d. before 1771
Mother: Mary (?) b. 23 October 1737, d. 28 May 1822

Family:

Marriage*: 25 October 1789, Waterborough, Queens County, New Brunswick, Rev. Richard Clarke of Gagetown's Saint John Anglican Church recorded "Waterborough Oct. 25, 1789, married Marcus Palmer and Anne Slocum both of Hampstead, but were married at Mr. Wiggins in the above parish".

Both Ann and Marcus were Quakers, but a Quaker wedding was not legal in New Brunswick at that time. Ann Slocum's older sister was married to a good Anglican, Jacob Wiggins UE. So their home at Grand Lake in the Parish of Waterborough was used for the wedding., Principal=Nancy Ann Slocum

Nancy Ann Slocum b. 25 January 1771, d. 11 February 1848

Children:

William Palmer+ b. 27 Oct 1790
Charles Palmer+ b. 21 Dec 1791, d. 8 May 1863
Marcus Palmer Jr.+ b. 13 Sep 1793, d. 27 Feb 1873
Mary Palmer+ b. 21 Mar 1795
Sarah Palmer b. 3 Nov 1796
Daniel Palmer b. 22 Aug 1798, d. 7 Jan 1867
Joseph S. Palmer+ b. 9 Apr 1800, d. 29 Jan 1879
Stephen Palmer+ b. 30 Oct 1802, d. 23 Sep 1872
Jacob Sunderlin Palmer b. 2 Mar 1805, d. 20 Feb 1818
Susanna Ann Palmer b. 30 Jun 1809, d. 23 Nov 1857

Margaret Kathleen Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Residence*: Anagance, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada
Birth*: 19 May 1903, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada, According to Loyalist Lineages Vol. 1, Margaret was born in Lower Kars, King's Co. According to Loyalist Lineages she was born in Hampstead, Queen's Co.
According to PANB birth records she was born in Hampstead.
Marriage*: 27 August 1927, Palmers Point, Lower Kars, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada, Principal=John Edmund Elliott

Parents:

Father: Beverly Robinson Palmer b. 4 July 1851, d. 29 March 1931
Mother: Lina Poor Wasson b. 5 November 1874, d. 18 November 1931

Family:

John Edmund Elliott b. 9 April 1895, d. 10 February 1954

Martin Bent Palmer
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Parents:

Father: Philip Palmer b. circa 1786, d. 23 May 1873
Mother: Sarah Ayer b. 6 May 1810, d. 26 May 1897

Mary Palmer
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Charts:
Descendant Chart for Thomas Saint Leger
Descendant Chart for John Drake of Exmouth
Descendant Chart for William White
Descendant Chart for Hugh Hull
Descendant Chart for Philip Slocombe
Descendant Chart for Marcus Palmer Sr.

Birth*: 21 March 1795, Hampstead, Queens County, New Brunswick
Marriage*: 17 February 1814, Woodstock, Carleton County, New Brunswick, Principal=Amos Amlee Watson Sr.

Parents:

Father: Marcus Palmer Sr. b. 5 August 1767, d. 28 April 1822
Mother: Nancy Ann Slocum b. 25 January 1771, d. 11 February 1848

Family:

Amos Amlee Watson Sr. b. circa 1791

Children:

Alexander M. Watson b. 1818
Amos Amlee Watson Jr.+ b. 1826
Marcus Watson b. 1829
Charles P. Watson b. 1833
Augusta V. Watson b. 1837
Eliza Watson b. 1840


         

Compiler:
David Walker
Edwards, Ontario, Canada

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