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From: Sarah R Lewis <>
Subject: [PALMER-L] Re: William Palmer.
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2000 08:28:38 -0700
Apparently I have some mis-information. Sorry!
- Sarah Lewis
Have a happy day! :-)
Bud Palmer <> writes:
I, too, am descended from William Palmer, the Naylor, who married
Frances Blossom and Mary Trine. I must point out, as was pointed out to
me when I first started research, that the John Palmer/Elizabeth Verney
connection is not correct. Their son, William, actually died at the
commonly attributed to his birth. For further information on this error,
you may contact Carolyn Goates (), who has the most
complete information on this matter that I know. She actually took a
to England to check it out, and verified the error. This is a very
error, by the way, which we are working hard to correct whenever it is
possible. The true ancestry of William is unknown at the present time,
though it is thought by some to be William Palmer and Margaret White.
I am happy to share my information and lineage with anyone, as I am
descended from William Palmer, born of William and Mary Trine.
Sincerely, Harold "Bud"
Sarah R Lewis wrote:
> Valerie, I have the William Palmer line you were referring to: the
> William Palmer line- married Frances BLOSSOM their daughter Sarah
> Henry ROWLEY around 1633
> I show that William Palmer's parents were John Palmer and Elizabeth
> John Palmer's parents were Sir Thomas Palmer and Catherine Stradling.
> Thomas Palmer's parents were Robert Palmer and Bridget West.
> Robert Palmer's parents were John Palmer and Esabel Bilton.
> John Palmer's parents were John Palmer and Joan Julian.
> This takes you back to abt 1397 in Angmering, Sussex, England. (I
> the web site even shows a few generations further back.)
> This line can be found at:
> I haven't verified the sources, don't know how the research was done.
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