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The Palmer Family

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In the garden of what is now The Wine Lodge. Another family portrait in the garden. Ready to go out in the Pony and Trap. L to R. Anna, Clara, Mary Ann. All Palmers. 1875 The grave of Elizabeth Palmer Ready to go cycling.
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(We are trying to find marriage dates and to track down Samuel, his father and his roots - any ideas or frankly anything to do with Palmers - children being Arthur, Elisabeth, Fredrick, Nell, Anna, Clara and Mary Ann about which we have very little. Maureen Reid)

A family group. L to R. Arthur, Elizabeth, Jonathan, Frederick, Elizabeth with Ellen on lap, Charles. 1867 In the hay field at harvest. Jonathan Palmer centre and family.