George Palmer1

(circa 1630 - between 29 July 1679 and 30 November 1686)

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Relationship10th great-grandfather of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Ohlheiser
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Ohlheiser Family Pedigree

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildGeorge Palmer was born circa 1630, in Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony, New England.1
GroomHe married Bethia Mowry, daughter of Roger Mowry and Mary Johnson, on 30 September 1662 in Warwick, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, New England.2,3,4
DeceasedHe died between 29 July 1679 and 30 November 1686 in Kings Towne, Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, New England.1

Children with Bethia Mowry:

Sources - Citations

  1. [S428] Donald Lines Jacobus, The American Genealogist (New Haven, Connecticut: n.pub., 2009), 17:52; name, relationship, event, date, location.
  2. [S646] Clarence A. Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1985) Digitized by americanancestors.org - subscription database. 2:1130; names, events, dates, relationships, locations.
  3. [S645] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633. Volumes I-III (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 1-3:1312-1315;names, events, dates, relationships, locations.
  4. [S428] Donald Lines Jacobus, The American Genealogist, 17:52 & 20:54; name, relationship, event, date, location.
  5. [S428] Donald Lines Jacobus, The American Genealogist, 20:54; names, events, dates, relationships, locations.
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