All comment/feedback/help requests within the Gravestone Photographic Resource for the name PALMERRevd. Edward PALMER
Thank you for the photograph of the PALMER family at Gt. Malvern, WOR.
very pleasd with quick response, hopeing to match up image with my details, much appreciated
Ernest Coster Palmer
Thank you for sending this image. Amazing site: useful, free, easy to search - what more could one want! A great achievement.
What a great service, I haven't had a chance to visit my grandparents grave as don't live near it so was lovely to see it on the anniversary of my grandads passing. Request was back within a day or 2 of asking. Thanks very much.
This is a great resource thank you - I've requested a couple of images and now await their delivery with much anticipation! Thanks so much.
Thank you for your prompt response to my request for a grave photo. I still have quite a lot of research to complete relating to this family member.
I have struggled with several family members but Thanks to this site have been able to confirm many of them.
Also we so many ppl nor knowing there ancestors there graves are but I have been able to visit some of mine now and told others where there ancestors are
Joseph Hitchen Palmer
This is a great resource and I had an amazingly fast response to my request. I have visited the Rosary Cemetery in Norwich a couple of ties as it was founded by my great(x3) grandfather, Thomas Drummond and he and some of his family are buried there. However I was unaware that Palmer cousins from a different branch were also in the cemetery
Wonderful Site and Service
As I live in Australia it was wonderful to find my 4x grandfather and mother's grave site (James and Mary Palmer 1850's). I will be using it again. Thank you.
Thank you for providing this free site and service. Very use
Thank you for providing this free site and service. Very useful and helpful.
Nathan Palmer 1800 to 1879
According to my records, Nathan Palmer was born 16 October 1800, and died Aug 1880 in Isham. He was buried 27 Aug 1880 in Isham St. Peter, Northants
Conflation of two individuals named John Palmer
Monument to Mary Bathurst in Bishops Lydeard, listed as 541734 & 530620 (I believe this is a duplication)
The monument mentions Dr John Palmer, Warden of All Souls, first husband of Mary Bathurst.
The monument also commemorates John Palmer esq., son of Mary and Dr John Palmer. It is the son's death gate that is given as March 15th 1689.
Thanks for the prompt photo, that I requested.
I am researching the Burrows family from Derbyshire. Miriam Palmer's maiden name was Burrows.
Thanks again, Dale