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" Palmers all our faders were, I a Palmer lived here ; And travel'd still, till worn wud age I ended this world's pilgrimage. On the blest Ascension day, In the cheerful month of May, A thousand with four hundred seaven, I took my journey hence to heaven. "
A Brief Genealogical History of the Ancestors and Descendants of Deacon ... - Page 4
by Frank Palmer, Josiah Palmer - 1886 - 95 pages
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A Short and Easy Introduction to Heraldry, in Two Parts ...

Hugh Clark - Heraldry - 1827 - 334 pages
...for an esquire. " Palmers all our faders were, I a Palmer lived here; And traveled still, till worn wud age I ended this world's pilgrimage. On the blest Ascension day, In the cheerful month of day, A thousand with four hundred seaven, I took my journey hence to heaven." Note, Palmer (so called...
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An introduction to heraldry, by H.Clark

Hugh Clark (heraldic engraver.) - 1829
...epitaph : — " Palmers all our faders were, I a Palmer lived here ; And travel'd still, till worn wud age I ended this world's pilgrimage. On the blest...May, A thousand with four hundred seaven, I took my journey hence to heaven." Palmer (so called from a staff of a palm-tree, which they carried as they...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 1

History - 1831
...fathers were, I a Palmer liv'd here, And travell'd still, 'till worn with age, I ended this worlds pilgrimage, On the blest Ascension day, In the cheerful month of May, A thousand with four hundred seven, And took my journey, hence, to heaven. ••*• DATE. March 16 — i? DAYS SUN Mond 13jTues...
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Display of Heraldry

William Newton - Heraldry - 1846 - 415 pages
...epitaph : — " Palmers all our fathers were, I, a Palmer, lived here, And travell'd long, till worn with age, I ended this world's pilgrimage ; On the blest Ascension day, In the cheerful month of May, One thousand with four hundred seven, I took my journey hence to heaven." CHAPTER XXII. VARIOUS FORMS...
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The complete poetical works of William Wordsworth, late poet laureate

William Wordsworth - Poetry - 1851 - 727 pages
...one Palmer. Palmers all our fathers were; I, a Palmer lived here, And traveylcd sore, till worn with One thousand with three hundred seven, And took-mj journey h«nce to Heaven. Had been derived the name...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth ...

William Wordsworth - 1851 - 703 pages
...Palmer. Palmers all our fathers were ; I, a Palmer lived here, And traveylcd sore, till worn with age, 1 ended this world's pilgrimage, On the blest Ascension Day In the cheerful month of May, One thousand with three hundred seven, And took my journey hence to Heaven. Had been derived the name...
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The three days of Wensleydale: the valley of the Yore

William Gideon Michael Jones Barker - Wensleydale (England) - 1854 - 296 pages
...wife was a daughter of Fitzsimons. Palmers all our Fathers were, I a Palmer lived here, And traveld still, till worne wud Age I ended this world's pilgrimage, On the Blest Ascension Day In the Cheerful! moneth of May, A thousand with four hundred Seaven, I tooke my journey hence to Heaven. Along the verge...
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An Introduction to Heraldry: Containing the Origin and Use of Arms; Rules ...

Hugh Clark, Thomas Wormull - Heraldry - 1854 - 267 pages
...epitaph : — " Palmers all our fadcrs were, I a Palmer lived here ; And travelPd still, till worn wud age I ended this world's pilgrimage. On the blest Ascension day, In the cheerful month of Slay, A thousand with four hundred seaveu, I took my journey hence to heaven." Palmer (so called from...
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The three days of Wensleydale

William Gideon M. Jones Barker - 1854
...Fitzsimons. Palmers all our Fathers were, I a Palmer lived here, And traveld •still, till worne wuol Age I ended this world's pilgrimage, On the Blest Ascension Day In the Cheerfull moneth of May, A thousand with four hundred Seaven, I tooke my journey hence to Heaven. Along...
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The Archaeological mine, antiquarian nuggets relating to Kent by A.J. Dunkin

Archaeological mine, Alfred John Dunkin - 1855
...PALMER, ESQ., Palmers all our Father's were I, a Palmer, liv'd here, And Travell'd still, till worn with Age, I ended this World's Pilgrimage; On the blest...cheerful month of May, A Thousand with Four Hundred seven And took my Journey, hence to Heaven. Stapkl)urstEpitaph in Staplehurst Church-yard. A man is...
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