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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 - 1886 - 95 pages
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Journal of the Architectural, Archæological, and Historic Society ..., Volume 1

Architectural, Archaeological, and Historic Society for the County and the City of Chester and North Wales - Cheshire (England) - 1857
...Palmer : — " Palmers all our fathers were, I a Palmer lived here, And traveyld sore, till worn with age, I ended this world's pilgrimage, On the blest Ascension Day In the cheerful month of May, One thonsand with three hundred seven, And took my journey hence to heaven." Another example is of...
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An Introduction to Heraldry: With Nearly One Thousand Illustrations ...

Hugh Clark, James Robinson Planché - Heraldry - 1866 - 279 pages
...following epitaph :— " Palmers all our faders were, I a Palmer lived here; And travell'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." Pilgrim that visited holy places; yet a Pilgrim and a Palmer differed thus...
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Notes about Notts: A Collection of Singular Sayings, Curious Customs ...

Cornelius Brown (F. R. S. L.) - Nottingham (England) - 1874 - 172 pages
...our faders were ; I, a Palmer, lived here, And travel'd still, till worn vmfi ago I ended this wold's pilgrimage ; On the blest Ascen'sion day, In the cheerful...May, A thousand with four hundred seaven, I took my journey hence for heaven. The following is to be found in St. Benet's Church, PauFswharf, London :...
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A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of John and Mary Palmer of Concord ...

Lewis Palmer - 1875 - 466 pages
...the following epitaph: "Palmers all our faders were I a Palmer lived here And travelled still, till 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." Bailey, in "Clark's Introduction to Heraldry," thus defines the difference...
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The names we hear

Harry Alfred Long - 1877
...here, And trauyl'd still, till worn with age, I cndyd this world's pilgrimage. On the blyst Assention day, In the cheerful month of May, A thousand with four hundred seuen And took mj iourney hense to Hcuen." Much of the beauty of this lies in the fact that the palmer...
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Personal and family names

Harry Alfred Long - Names, Personal - 1883
...here, And trauyl'd still, till worn with age, I ended this world's pilgrimage ' On the blyst Assention day, In the cheerful month of May, A thousand with four hundred seuen And took my journey hense to Heuen." Much of the beauty of this lies in the distinction that...
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Some Hobby Horses

C. A. Montresor - Collectors and collecting - 1890 - 193 pages
...: — Pilgrims all our fathers were, I, a pilgrim, lived here ; And travelled 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 home to heaven. Another family whose name dates...
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An Introduction to Heraldry: With Nearly One Thousand Illustrations ...

Hugh Clark, James Robinson Planché - Heraldry - 1890 - 279 pages
...epitaph : — " Palmers all our faders were, I a Palmer lived here ; And travell'd still, till worn wud age I ended this world's pilgrimage. On the blest Ascension day, lu the cheerful month of May, A thousand with four hundred seaven, I took my journey hence to heaven."...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume 8

William Wordsworth - Literary Criticism - 1896
...Palmer '. Palmers all our fathers were ; I, a Palmer lived here, And traveyled sore, till worn with age, I ended this world's pilgrimage, On the blest Ascension Day In the cheerful month of May." The above is Professor Reed's note. The following is an exact copy of the epitaph : — Palmers all...
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Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, Volume 2

1847
...: — " Palmers all my faders were, I, a Palmer, lived here. And travelVd till, in worn-out age, 1 ended this world's pilgrimage. " On the blest ascension...cheerful month of May, A thousand with four hundred seven, I took my journey hence to heaven." An intermarriage took place between this house and that...
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