Daniel Palmer

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Daniel Palmer, son of Robert Palmer and Elizabeth (…), was born at New York, about 1796.1,2 He died at Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, 19 January 1853,1,3,4,2 and was reinterred at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, 21 October 1869. His first burial is unknown, but his second is in the same lot as his daughter Amelia, and where Permelia was later buried.5

Daniel married, as her 2nd husband, Permelia Sherman, daughter of David Sherman and Sarah Fancher, at Troy, Rensselaer Co., New York, 18 April 1837.1,4


Permelia Sherman b. 14 May 1804, d. 30 Aug 1892
  • Amelia Palmer3 b. abt. 1838, d. bef. 29 Aug 1871
  • Mary Palmer3 b. 28 Feb 1838, d. 13 Apr 1872
  • Daniel Palmer3 b. Oct 1841, d. 20 Jan 1905
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  1. [S457] Ancestry.com, 1850 United States Census [on-line database and images] (http://www.ancestry.com), Brooklyn, 2nd Ward, Kings Co., New York, population schedule, sheet #343, dwelling #738, family #1478, Daniel Palmer household, age 54, born in New York; original data: NARA micropublication M432, Seventh Census of the United States, 1009 rolls, roll #517.
  2. [S2595] Horace Wilbur Palmer and Nellie Morse Palmer, editor, Palmer Families in America ( 3 vols., subtitle varies, Neshanic, New Jersey: Neshanic Printing, 1966–1973), 1:745, further cited as Palmer, Palmer Families.
  3. [S584] New York State Census, 1855, 4th Election District, 8th Ward, City of New York, New York Co., Sylvester Grossbeck household, dwelling #163, family #445.
  4. [S2307] "War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files," digital images, Fold3 (unknown cd5 : accessed unknown cd3); citing "War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, compiled ca. 1871–1900, documenting the period 1812–ca.1900," National Archives Catalog ID: 564415, Record Group 15, Roll RG15-1812PB-Bx, National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  5. [S281] Burial Inquiry Results, online http://www.green-wood.com/