Henry Laramie Palmer

#394, b. 2 June 1853, d. 5 April 1913
Father*John Henry Palmer b. 2 Nov 1818, d. 1 Mar 1894
Mother*Catherine Nowlin Graves b. 1 Jul 1825, d. 19 Nov 1907
     Henry Laramie Palmer was born on 2 June 1853 Ft. Laramie, Wyoming Territory. He was the son of John Henry Palmer and Catherine Nowlin Graves. Henry Laramie Palmer married Charlotte Ellen Parks, daughter of George Ballard W. Parks and Cynthia Ann Richardson, 12 April 1878 Whitman County, Washington.1
Henry Laramie Palmer died 5 April 1913 , Jackson County, Oregon at age 59.2

Obituary, Henry L. Palmer
Last Saturday, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Oscar Dunford, accured [sic] the death of Henry Laramie Palmer, aged 60 years.
The deceased was born at Fort Laramie, Wyoming, June 2, 1853, as his parents were crossing the plains to Oregon. They finally settled in Marion county near the present site of Mt Angel, where he grew to manhood. In 1878 he was united in marriage to Miss Lottie E. Parks of Colfax, Wash., and to this union were born three children.
Mr. Palmer is survived by his two daughters, Mrs. Nettie Boyd of California and Mrs. Oscar Dunford of Jacksonville, also four brothers, Marion of Silverton, Thomas and Edwin of Portland and C. B. Palmer of Uniontown, Kansas.

Jacksonville Post 7/6/1907-2/28/1914.

Medford Mail Tribune. (Medford, Or.) April 07, 1913, SECOND EDITION, Image 6

PALMER -- At the home of his daughter, Mrs. O. W. Dunford, Jacksonville. April 5, 1913. Henry L Palmer, aged 60 years. He was a resident of Silverton, Ore., where the remains were shipped for Interment. and was buried Miller Cemetery, Silverton, Marion County, Oregon.3
     ( J H on 1870 census.) He appeared on the census of 1900 North Lebanon, Oregon, lodging with Monroe and Nettie Cleaver.

          Rifle:
Model 1876, but just a plain gun and not a centennial one. It's a 40-60, meaning a 40-caliber bullet (rather small considering some were 50-caliber) and uses a 60-grain bullet.4

Children of Henry and Charlotte

Charts
Berger, Jonathan #3263, b ca 1700 Switzerland or Germany, d PA
Graves, Francis #708 b say 1630 d Aug 1691, Virginia
Nowlan, John # 867, b bef 1580, Ireland, d Ireland
Pinckard, John # 1404 b ca 1642 d 1690, Lancaster County, Virginia
Wade, Edward # 838, in Virginia bef 1746
Beasley, John #2041 b ca 1717 d bt 1781-1782, Buckingham County, Virginia
Bruce, John #403 b ca 1724, Kinnard, Scotland d ca 1752, Orange County, Virginia
Claye, John #1523, b ca 1588, England, d bef 1660, Virginia
Eyres, Joseph # 7329, b 17th century, Virginia or England
Ferris, Richard # 2074, b say 1620 or so, immi 1636, d Virginia
Fuquett, Gills # 3276, d Virginia
Green, Thomas # 2060 b 1700. d Virginia
Hooker, Thomas # 3118 d bef 1637, London
Humphreys, William # 7331, d Virginia
Lewis, John # 2831, b ca 1620, d Virginia
Marston?, Thomas # 2756, No further information
Palmer, John # 1430 b aft 1719 Virginia
Povall, Robert # 409 b 1653, England d 1728, Virginia
Samson, Francis # 3266 in Virginia bef 1700
Wilson, John # 417, b say 1620s, England or Henrico County, Virginia
Woodson, John (Dr.) # 133 b ca 1586, England, d 18 Apr 1644, Burmuda Hundred, Virginia
Bobbitt, William (Captain) # 6079, b 1744, Virginia, d 1817 Fancy Gap, Virginia
Hardwick, J. # 2729, probably from Virginia mid 18th century
Humphries, George # 2771 b ca 1770, North Carolina, d aft 1850, Kentucky
Parks, (--?--) # 3649, in Maryland bef 1770
Richardson, (--?--) # 6104, in Virginia before 1765
Beasley, John #2041 b ca 1717 d bt 1781-1782
Berger, Jonathan #3263
Bobbitt, William (Captain) # 6079
Bruce, John #403 b ca 1724 d ca 1752
Claye, John #1523 b ca 1588
Eyres, Joseph # 7329
Ferris, Richard # 2074
Fuquett, Gills # 3276
Graves, Francis #708 b say 1630 d Aug 1691
Green, Thomas # 2060 b 1700
Hardwick, J. # 2729
Hooker, Thomas # 3118 d bef 1637
Humphreys, William # 7331
Humphries, George # 2771 b ca 1770 d aft 1850
Lewis, John # 2831
Marston?, Thomas # 2756
Nowlan, John # 867
Parks, (--?--) # 3649
Pinckard, John # 1404 b ca 1642 d 1690
Povall, Robert # 409 b 1653 d 1728
Richardson, (--?--) # 6104
Samson, Francis # 3266
Wade, Edward # 838
Wilson, John # 417
Woodson, John (Dr.) # 133 b ca 1586 d 18 Apr 1644
Last Edited=10 Sep 2016

Citations

  1. [S348] Washington Marriage Records, online http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/
  2. [S130] , Note: the informant on this record was daughter Nellie Palmer Dunford. Parental information is a mix of Nellie's mother, and Henry's mother.

    Henry L Palmer
    Male, white
    no DOB
    sixty years
    Widower
    BP Wyoming
    Name of father (C. N. Palmer) [should be J.H. Palmer]
    Birthplace of father Virginia [should be Kentucky]
    Maiden name of mother Richardson [should be C. N. Palmer]
    BP of M Virginia
    Occupation Miner
    DOD April 5, 1913
    Dr attended deceased from Jan 26, 1913 to Apr 5, 1913.
    Cause of death was myocarditis of two months duration, contributory causes hypertrophy of heart of one or two years duration,
    Signed R E Golden
    Place of burial Silverton
    Weeks and McGowan, Medford, Oregon State Archives, Salem, Oregon.
  3. [S165] Tombstone, Miller Cemetery.
  4. [S214] Obituary, Jacksonville Post, Jacksonville, Ore., Saturday, April 12, 1913.
  5. [S110] Mary Stapleton Lavlor, Excerpts from Lincoln County leader, Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon (Eugene, Oregon: M. S. Lawlor, 1988), Mary S Lavlor
    2250 Tyler Street
    Eugene, Oregon 97405
    503-484-0009, Died. -- At her home near Elk City, June 10, 1896, of inflamation of the stomach, Katie Palmer, aged nine years and six months.; p 32.
  6. [S101] Newspaper clipping, Lincoln County Historical Society, Newport, Oregon, unknown repository address, In Memory
    Died. -- At her home near Elk City, June 10, 1896, of inflamation of the stomach, Katie Palmer, aged nine years and six months.