Deborah Palmer

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Deborah Palmer, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), was born at Wethersfield, Connecticut, 5 February 1642/43.1 She died after 1727.1

Deborah married (1) Lewis Jones at Wethersfield, 4 December 1660;1 she married (2) Henry Champion at Lyme, Connecticut, 21 March 1697/98;1 she married (3) Capt Henry Crane at Killingworth, Connecticut, 26 December 1709;1 she married (4), as his 2nd wife, Richard Towner, 6 March 1717. The ancestries of all four men are unknown (or not traced here).2,1

Family 1

Lewis Jones d. bef. Jun 1696

Family 2

Henry Champion b. abt. 1613, d. 17 Feb 1708/9

Family 3

Capt Henry Crane d. 22 Apr 1711

Family 4

Richard Towner b. abt. 1650, d. 22 Aug 1727
This person was last edited on29 Dec 2017


  1. [S1795] Jean Rumsey, "Two More Marriages for Deborah2 (Palmer) (Jones) Champion: Henry Crane of Killingworth and Richard Towner of Branford, Connecticut," The Genealogist 18 (Spring 2004): 97-98, further cited as Rumsey, "More Marriages for Deborah Champion."
  2. [S13] James W. Towner, A Genealogy of the Towner Family: the Descendants of Richard Towner, who came from Sussex County, Eng., to Guilford, Conn., before 1685 (Los Angeles, California: Times-Mirror Printing & Binding House, 1910), 9-14, further cited as Towner, Towner Family.