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George T PALMER & Catherine I PEMBERTON

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England & Wales Christening Records, 1530-1906
George Thomas Palmer
Birth Date: 27 Apr 1784
Christening Date: 23 May 1784
Christening Place: Chatham, Kent
Age at Christening: 0
Father's Name: John Palmer
Mother's Name: Susanna


George Thomas PALMER & Catherine Irena PEMBERTON

Marriage 1805 Malta ?

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The 1828 census is giving nothing away..

1828 New South Wales, Australia Census (Australian Copy)
Geo T Palmer
District: Parramatta
Residence: New South Wales, Australia
Residence Date: 1828

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The 1828 census is giving nothing away..

1828 New South Wales, Australia Census (Australian Copy)
Geo T Palmer
District: Parramatta
Residence: New South Wales, Australia
Residence Date: 1828

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Yes thanks.

It should show one of the middle children not born in colony.

This is not a copy of what is on that tree.

9 children
1. George Thomas b. 6 Mar 1809 Waddon, Somerset, England
2. William Pemberton b. 11 Oct 1810 Sydney, NSW
3. John Macquerie b. 1 Jan 1814 Parramatta, NSW
4. Catherine Irena b. 1 May 1816 'Peninsula Farm', Windsor, NSW
5. Ingram Ryder b. 1 Mar 1818 Parramatta, NSW
6. Henry Edmund Mitchell b. 8 Feb 1821 Nazapaton, India
7. Rodber Wylde b. 13 Jul 1823 'Pemberton Grange', Parramatta, NSW
8. Susan Adriana b. 2 Feb 1825 'Pemberton Grange', Parramatta, NSW
9. Pemberton Campbell b. 21 Apr 1827 Parramatta, NSW


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Thanks Geoff.

Lots of little errors on that tree.

Baptism record has Volume IB instead of 1B.

I have to go for 2 hours so catch you later.

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Yes, the trees are a guide. They often contain some bits that prove to be correct.

1. George Thomas b. 6 Mar 1809 Waddon, Somerset, England
2. William Pemberton b. 11 Oct 1810 Sydney, NSW
If they arrived together in 1806 then they left for England and returned in 1810. Or perhaps just Catherine returned to England. ???

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albion_(1798_whaler)

Ok, I've edited the link and now it works.

It lists them both as passengers on the 1806 and the 1809 voyage.
 
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This may also be of interest, will send the image details...

New South Wales, Australia, Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1856
George Thomas Palmer
Event Date: 17 Mar 1810
Arrival Year: 1806
Vessel: Albion
Event Description: Appointed to sit as member of Court of Civil Jurisdiction
Comments: Son of John Palmer, Commissary Came free as lieutenant in the 61st Regiment per "Albion", 1806; between 7 May 1810 and 7 November 1811 acted as Provost Marshal in William Gore's absence; in 1813 appointed Superintendent of Government Stock but resigned in less than a year; resided at Parramatta; granted land at Bringelly in 1812; Magistrate dismissed in August 1822 and reinstated in November 1825.
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Thanks Geoff.

CF on census = came free

His father John was Purser on the First Fleet in 1788.

V1797250 4/1797 PALMER JOHN - SPENCER MARY CA= CofE St. Philip's Sydney
No. 250 The Solemnization of Matrimony by permission of his Excellency John Hunter, Esq., Govr. &c. between John Palmer and Mary Spencer and Married this 10th day of August in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred & ninty seven By me Richard Johnson
This marriage was solemnized between us: John Palmer, Mary Spencer's x
In the Presence of: Wm Jamieson, Ann Jamieson


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I can't see anything 1806 and before 1810 :rolleyes:

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EDIT: There are a large number of Col. Sec. papers as you would expect for someone in a similar position, you probably have access to those..
 
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Thanks Geoff.

Don't know where George was in 1851.

1851
HO107 Piece 1942 Folio 604 Page 4
Civil Parish: Walcot
County: Somerset
Registration District: Bath
ED:
Address: 9 Claremont Place
PALMER Catherine I Head Mar 63 Landed Proprietor Abroad Hinton Dorset
PALMER Susan Niece 20 Annuitant New South Wales, British Subject
ROBERTSON Sarah Visitor Sister Widow 59 Annuitant Hinton Dorset
ROBERTSON Helen Visitor Niece 16 Annuitant British Subject, Malta
ROBINSON Jane Servant 24 Enfield Middlesex


Deaths Dec Qtr 1854 Palmer George Thomas Bath 5c 439

Burial 29 Oct 1854 George Thomas PALMER 70 Bath Lansdown Cemetery

Burial 9 Oct 1855 Catherine Irene PALMER 68 Bath Lansdown Cemetery

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