Last name: Palmer
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Hi I am trying to get information on my Palmer line, my father was Harold Daniel Palmer, died in 1972 and I would like more information on his father. I do have some census records that indicate my grandfather was married before he married my grandmother, at age 26, and that he was widowed. I know nothing about this prior family. Anyone doing research on ancestry of Palmer in Missouri or Oklahoma I would love the help.
Kimberly Palmer Hasty
WoW! This is interesting. I thought my name was if Italian descent shortened from DePalmer. Thanks for the page!
Hi fellow Palmers! I'm from a line of Palmers from Cardiff, S Wales, going back to the late 1800s, and before that back to the Middle Ages in Wiltshire, mostly the village of Coombe Bissett. I've been researching the family history for several years, but am always happy to learn about new relatives, no matter how distant!
i meant i am from cardiff in south wales jjpalmer i also have many relatives in wales too
i am from cardiff in soth wales and have many relatives in wales
I am a first generation Australian Palmer, with my father's family coming from Wales, UK. I'm interested in finding any Palmer connections in South Wales. Philip, Charles and John are all well-represented in my family through the generations as family names passed from father to son. I have few relatives that I know of, so therefore am really keen to try and trace some more information. We had a 19thC male relative go from Wales to the USA, but died with no heir. Other than that and my direct family in Australia, the remainder would still be in Wales and the UK. Any South Welshmen Palmers??
Hi I was born in Bridgend south wales and have been researching my family tree for a while now. I have recently found out that I descend from the palmer family of south wales my fifth great grandmother was Mary Palmer who was born 1783 in Llanilid, South Wales she married Evan Griffith at Llanilid. She is descended from William Palmer who was from Llanilid also. I have not traced all my Palmer cousins as of yet but it would be brilliant if we were related My email is email@example.com I have managed to trace the palmer family quite extensively and if I can help in anyway let me know I'm more than willing to send you a copy of the family tree for you to look at.
Hi Martin, thanks for your kind offer to share information, it is very appreciated. I will email you and look forward to hopefully filling in some more of the very sparse details I do know. Again, thanks so much. Kindest regards, Jo.
I am from the US. Have you any relatives in the US?
Te huri nui Paama
Kia Ora ( hello) I am a Palmer from Tauranga New Zealand We are descendents of James Palmer of the ship Primrose. He migrated from America to New Zealand and married two woman of Maori descent . The first Kere rangi ki waho and the second my ancestor Hiria Te uru tawera. Some of our family have changed the name to Paama . We are Maori and we are Palmers( Paama) too
Victoria Joe (Wihongi)
We must be related then. My Grandmother is Erana Jean Palmer, I am researching my family tree and I believe that makes Kererangi ki waho would be my great, great, great, great grandmother!
Awesome. I got Crusader blood in me.
My family has forsaken it, we're Muslims.
Hey, My mother was Mary Palmer (also Pama) Kati Mamoe, (southern Maori Tribe in New Zealand) The Palmer comes through a Richard Palmer and Elizabeth Titley (convicts, Austrailia) 2 of their sons (Edwin and William) and a nephew Edward (son of George) were some of the first settlers in the south of NZ (Sealers) they married into the Maori down here, I come through William and his third wife, Heni Parera, or Anne Holmes, Would be great to get some links back to Richard Palmers family. Cheers, Noel.
I'm from Carlisle and have just started my family tree. Does anyone know of Palmers in Cumbria?
my dad was born in carlisle but moved with his parents to torquay devon in the late 1930s my dads name was alexander palmer but i dont know anything of his family apart from they were from carlisle so dont know if any link
Theres only 1 set of palmers from burnley
being a palmer from burnley perhaps I can help
Hi Kimber, A group of men, known as a "Press Gang," would abduct a man, probably when he had had a little too much to drink and take him back to their British warship, which would have been a square rigger and happened during the 19th century. He would then have to serve on that ship and the press gang would receive a sum for each man pressed. The pressed man may never have seen his loved ones again. You may be lucky in tracing your forebear as the Royal Navy is extremely well documented. If you know his name and about the time he was born and the area he lived your first contact would probably be the Maritime Museum at Greenwich, London. I obtained a photo of my gt grandfather's ship of 1860 from them. There are also the census details which are available up until 1911. Best wishes to all. Clive Palmer
Hi Clive I am descended from James Palmer who came to Australia (Yarraville VIC), from England, in 1857 with his 2 brothers, wife and 2 children. I am trying to trace his father, Simon Palmer, I believe from Middlesex and James' brothers Simon and John's descendants. I believe John never married as it is recorded that he died an old man while living with his brother James in Footscray. Can you help at all, where does your line come in? Retta Palmer Perth WA
My grandmother was a Palmer, descending from John Palmer, 1760-1833,from the First Fleet traveling from England to Australia. There used to be a John Palmer society in Australia and some info can be obtained from the net and the following site gives some info about my great, great etc. John Palmer, of the Serius ship of the First Fleet. Just google Biography John palmer au
PS Palmers were from around landrake Cornwell England
I am in Brisbane, Australia, my connection to Palmer is on my grandmother side, we go back to Rev Philip Palmer(1799-1853) who went to Cambridge to study, left England on the Ship"Warrior" for Van Diemans land in 1833, became charge of St Trinitys Church(Rural Dean) His father was jonathan palmer and mother Ursula Blake(born 1790) of St Erney, England. If anyone has a family tree, could you let me know, thanks.
Doreen La Bastide (nee Palmer)
My maiden name is Palmer, daughter of Norah, grandaughter of Alfred Thomas and Emma Elizabeth (nee Dicks) Palmer, great grandaughter of Joseph John and Elizabeth (nee Goodwin) Palmer from the London area. Does this ring a bell with anyone?????
im palmer from rep dominicana
I am Palmer in Ohio! I'm looking for my family roots from Greenville, Alabama. My great -grandfather Robert Palmer moved from Greenville to Barberton, Ohio around 1940. His fathers name was Fred Palmer. They were known for bringing fresh farm vegetables to Ohio! Where they later stayed. If you have any information please contact me and I can also give you more information to link together! Blessings to All
roberto palmer jr
My names Roberto Palmer Kristin was curiousabout mmy last name BC im cuban american and I know Palmer's noy a Cuban last name and saw ur grand fathers nname was robert Palmer I have cousins I Jersey with last name palmer and im from florida
My grandfather's name was Walter Robert Palmer born in 1900. I am from Virginia.
I'm Brian Palmer, now in Canada, but lived in Bourton-on-the-Water Glos in my youth. My mother's name was 'Sewell' - think I have relatives in New Zealand ???
I'm a Palmer from the North West of England, UK. My fathers family lived in and around the city of Liverpool for at least five generations.
im a palmer robert joseph just like my father befofe me originate from a big palmer family from birmingham erdington area
JOHN FREDERICK HARPER
My Grandfather John Palmer was from Clifton on teme Nr Worcester Worcestershire UK.
I have records of Palmers from Stoke sub Hamdon,Somerset, going back to mid eighteenth century.
Hi Clive , my Palmers also come from Somerset. My grandfather was William Frederick James Palmer from Footscray and Yarraville Aust. His grandfather was James Palmer, who ran the first Yarraville Post Office. Are you from our line??
I am a proud Palmer as well-- family legend has it that our original Palmer was kidnapped and forced to work on a ship--- that is how this branch came to America. I wish I could prove it.
Lyn Smart Chester
Hi, I have heard that myself. I`m sure there was a Captain Palmer but don`t have any proof, just hear say! My ancestors were Palmers originally from Cork, Ireland, but had some Palmers born on Island of St. Helena.
well i am a palmer myself and proud to be but y can we find anything on palmers. I mean i looked every where and I havent found not one piece of info on us. What is up with that?
My name is Wendy Paklmer I have found a lot on my family history. My grandfathers brother was a caption who sailed to austrila* another to florida. The kin in ohio came from a different line 2 brothers that ran a train they named a place in Ar remlap which is palmer backwards I have spoke to a few Palmers in remlap good info but not mine hope this helps.
I'm Michael, from everything I've been told about my past families history, we did in fact get to America on what my grandfather referred to as "labor ships" after being taken captive from Ireland. Still trying to hunt down my families true last name.
Michael john palmer
I am a Palmer born in Tipton which in the Black country my father was moses Palmer, my mother was Vera Mary Daws who came from essex ours was a big family my dad was a royal marine commando in the second world war.
bout ye martin lol my family are mainly the portavogie side hope ur injoyin the good ole norn lreland :)
Did he offer discounts for "family"?
Tina I am from burnley but me and family live in glengormley now fir the last 7 yrs ... wot about ye!
Any Palmers from Birmingham????
There were some Draymen from Birmingham then moved Wolverhampton way
My Grandfather was John William Palmer work as a stoker on trains,the family was from Wolverhampton,John moved to Ladywood,Birmingham.
my fathers family was from birmingham
One of the most famous families were the Palmers of Long Sutton, in Somerset. They were the people who started the buscuit making and went into partnership with the Huntley's to become "Huntley and Palmer's Bucuits." Long Sutton is just a few miles from South Petherton and Stoke sub Hamdon, where my family originated. The buscuit makers were "Quakers" or "Religious Society of Friends" to give the correct title.I beleive they became "Barons" at some point. There are many Palmers in Somerset and probably many are related in some way but it is difficult to find a link. Incidently the gaves at the Quaker meeting house at Long Sutton contain mainly two families: Palmer and Westlake It is avery interesting place to visit. Best wishes to all.
My maiden name is palmer & im from northern ireland there is still alot of palmers near were i live it is lovely to find out the facts about our name i would never of thought it was french but im interested in finding out more now :)
Craig Palmer. I'm a Palmer and I'm proud of it. I'm nearly 70 living in Yorkshire. My dad was born in 1917 and lived in the Dartmoor area of Devon. My Grandad, William Palmer was born in Bath in about 1885. He was decorated in WW1 with the MC and DCM. I believe from my research that his father was Born in Bradford on Avon. I cant go back any further without spending a lot of money.
Don't we all!!
I have also seen the meaning of the name as a lowly person who is likely to "palm of" something. Meaning to sell you something not up to standard. Also a connection with Palermo. I of course come from the pilgrim faction.
lyn smart chester
My GGG Grandmother was a Palmer, was born and lived on St. Helena Island, where Napoleon was exiled.
My dad's name is Edward palmer. he currently lives on St Helena.
Hello everyone - what a surprise to find Palmer's together. I was born a Palmer in Coventry England. I descend from John Palmer bn c 1790 (not sure where) but he lived and worked in the Long Acre area of Westminster as a cutler. He married a Sophia Biggs of Widcombe Somerset (in Widcombe, Bath) 20 October 1814 - they had quite a brood, all born in the Long Acre area and then dispersed into now the Greater London area, Wales, South Africa - more nomadic tendencies.
My moms name was Palmer and came from Birmingham,found the family moved from Suffolk to Shropshire in 1700's,then her grandfather moved to Wolverhampton in mid 1800's !!!
i just found out that my great great great grandma Iram maiden name was Palmer she married a Mel Anglin and they had a son name Mark Anglin who was born in Hamilton Alabama does anyone know of a Iram Palmer back in late eighteen hundreds? if so contract me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interesting point, whilst in the military both my dad's and my nickname was 'Pedlar' or 'Peddlar'. I remember seeing an old B&W movie showing a 'gypsy' cart selling pots and pans, the name on the side was 'Palmer', the implication being that the Palmers were travellers, which would follow through from the pilgrimage idea. Also, do a 'google' for 'Pedlar Palmer'
My dad was also peddlar palmer and was ex army ( comes from the boxer i believe)
i am from yorkshire, with family in perth australia and now have 2 sons to keep the family name!
I can't believe how many palmer's there are. I wonder if any of us could be related some how. Im from Indiana
I have palmer ancestors and living relatives. Im from brisbane, Australia
I am Stewart Palmer from Plymouth traced family back to 1768 in Devon email@example.com
Hi all, I'm another Palmer living in Bridgwater, Somerset. Been here all my life, and my father and his father too!! Sad really. (P.S. Must get a photo of that street name in South Petherton).
I am another Palmer. My father came from near Cleobury Mortimer in Shropshire.
Another Palmer here, strangely enough living in Bridgwater, Somerset...coincidence though, my hometown is Weymouth, Dorset.
My Great nan's maiden name was Palmer. She lived in Bridgwater, Somerset. She married an American GI whos last name was 'Arnsdorf'. Thats my last name. Anyone heard of it?
Me too guys! my branch moved fromm Suffolk up to Yorkshire in the early 1800's and we've remained here ever since. Did you know Dick Turpin was a Palmer - he used his mother's maiden name, calling himself John Palmer when he came up to Yorkshire in hiding. I'm trying desperately to prove a link to me and mine!!!
Im a Palmer as well. In good ole' Illinois Keeping the family name goin
Im a palmer as well. its nice to know it has holy term to it. almost a holy warrior feel to it. very cool and unique. im lovin it. :)
Me too I am proud of my name Palmer I live in hull
Hi my name it tammy palmer I live in hull as well where about u from
I am a palmer too. The last in my family now my grandfather pased. And clive, I'm from bridgwater, so close.
I am a Palmer. One of many in Somerset. My father was born at Palmer Street, South Petherton.
Hi Clive, my name is also Clive. My last name is Minchin,but my mother was a Palmer,& I believe that her mother's name was Ware. I live in Canada. My mother once told me that we may be related to Dick Turpin,(through the Palmer name) the infamous highwayman, who was hanged for his crimes in 1739.
I forgot to mention that my Grandfather's name was George Palmer, and he was a sailor in the Royal Navy,during the steamship era.His daughter, my mother was born in Plymouth, and she served in the WRENS during the second world war.
Extremely proud of my surname, nice to know were it comes from.
Im a palmer :)
My mothers maiden name was Palmer. Descended from Walter Palmer 1585 - 1661. I would love to know more about him before coming to the US.