Births Mar 1850
Riley Annie Amelia London 2 *
Marriage # 3437/1874 PALMER REYNOLD H - RILEY ANNE A P - ORANGE
Died 24 Mar 1921 at 11 King St Randwick, NSW
Death # 2734/1921 PALMER ANNIE A P - SAMUEL - ELIZA A - RANDWICK
Birth # V1852633 161/1852 PALMER REGINALD H - RODBER - ISABELLA
1903 N.S.W Electoral Roll - Dalley - Annandale
PALMER Reginald H., 40 Johnston-street, accountant
PALMER Annie Amelia Paterson, 40 Johnston-street, domestic duties
PALMER Annie Isabel, 40 Johnston-street, domestic duties
PALMER Edith Rodber, 40 Johnston-street, domestic duties
PALMER Muriel Campbell, 40 Johnston-street, domestic duties
1913 N.S.W ELECTORAL ROLL - RANDWICK—RANDWICK POLLING-PLACE
4223 PALMER Annie Amelia Pattison, The Avenue, domestic duties
4233 PALMER Reginald Heber, The Avenue, valuator
1930 N.S.W Electoral Roll – Cook - Martin
PALMER Amelia Ellenore, 43 Botany road, home duties
PALMER Reginald Heber, 43 Botany road, auctioneer
Death # 16762/1931 PALMER REGINALD H - RODBER W - ISABELLA I - REDFERN
The Sydney Morning Herald - Wednesday 9 December 1931
MR. R. H. PALMER.
Mr. Reginald Heber Palmer, of Messrs. Palmer and Son, auctioneers, of Randwick and Botany, died at his residence, Waddon, Botany road, Botany, after a short illness following an accident.
Mr. Palmer, who was aged 79 years, was one of the oldest auctioneers in the State, having held a licence for over half a century. He and his son were municipal valuers.
Born at Olepen, West Maitland, he was the eldest son of the late Rodber Wylde Palmer, B.A., a teacher at The King's School, Parramatta, under the late Rev. Dr. Forrest.
Mr. Palmer was a Freemason for more than 50 years; he was also a member of the Royal Historical Society. Mrs. Palmer, two sons, four daughters, and two step-daughters survive.
The remains were interred at Randwick General Cemetery, the Rev. Canon Cakebread officiating at the graveside.