420 DEBRETT'S ILLUSTRATED BARONETAGE. Seat Cranmore Hall, near Shepton Mallet. Club Carlton. Town Residence 58, Queen Anne Street, W- 1869. Geoffrey Moore-, Sons living RICHARD ARTHUR SURTEES, b. Jan. isth, 186 b. 1881. Daughters living Aletheia Georgina. Hylda Snow. Dorothy Mary. PALMER, Creation 1621, of Wingham, Kent. Sir CHARLES JAMES PALMER, gib. Baronet ; b. July 2 ist, 1828; s. his father, the Rev. Sir HENRY, 1865 ; ed. at Coll. Bourbon, Paris; Bar. Inner Temple 1863: is a J.P. and a D.L. for Bucks, and a J.P. for Berks ; formerly Capt. Bucks Militia : m. 1862, Katharine Millicent, da. of the late Peter Hood, Esq., M.D., of Windmill Hill, Gateshead, and has issue. Jhiron of One Jibing Dorney V., Bucks. ^rms Or, two bars gules each charged with three trefoils argent, in chief a greyhound courant sable. Crtst A demi panther rampant issuing flames out cf its ears and mouth, holding in its paws a palm-branch proper. Seat Dorney Court, Windsor. Club Junior United Service. Son living CHARLES HENRY DAYRELL, b. 1872. Daughters living Edith Gerrard Hood : m. 1890, Henry Wilson lies, Palma virtuti. Esq., Lieut. R.A. Mabel. The palm is/or virtue. Widow living Of 8th Baronet SARAH (Lady Palmer),A*. of Georg* Gerrard, Esq. : m. ist, 1827, the Rev. Sir Henry Palmer 8th baronet, who d. 1865 ; 2ndly, 1866, T. M. Willson, Esq., who d. 1884. Residence, Dorney, near Windsor. The name is derived from the Holy War, at the termination of which Ralph Palmer, of Sussex, was possessor of a great estate of Danish origin, and family admitted as of note before the Conquest. Sir Edward, 8th in male descent from Ralph, of Angermering, Sussex, married a daughter of Sir Richard Clement, of the Moat, in Ightam, Kent, and by her, at one conception, had three sons (John, Henry, and Thomas), who were born on three Sundays successively, Whit Sunday, 1485, being the first. John was twice High Sheriff of Sussex and Surrey, 25 and 35 Henry VIII. Henry was Master of the Ordnance at and about Guines, at the taking of which place, after the fall of Calais, he lost his life. Thomas was beheaded on Tower Hill, with Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, for espousing the cause of Lady Jane Grey. Thomas, eldest son of Sir Henry, K. B., was created a baronet. His grandson, the 2nd baronet, had many sequestrations of property for his loyalty to the Crown and zeal to the Church, and died in confinement. His son, the 3rd baronet, was Sheriff of Kent 1691 ; and his nephew, the 4th baronet, was M.P. for Kent 1709-14, and for Rochester 1714-21. Sir James Palmer, K.B., of Dorney, the youngest son of the ist baronet, was Chancellor of the Order of the Garter, and his son Roger, M.P. for Windsor (1660), was created Baron Limerick and Earl of Castlemaine 1661, and sent as Ambassador Extraordinary to the Holy See 1685 ; he had one daughter, Anne, who married Thomas Lennard, Earl of Sussex. "Dublin Priory," founded by one Palmer, of this family, in 1188, contained in the reign of Edward III. 155 sick persons, besides chaplains and lay brothers. Peregrine A. Palmer, of the Fairfield Branch, co. Somerset, sat for Oxford 1745-62. PALMER, Creation 1660, of Carlton, Northamptonshire. Rev. Sir LEWIS HENRY PALMER, Qth Baronet ; b. Aug. i6th, 1818 ; s. his brother, Sir GEOFFREY, 1892; ed. at Harrow, andatCh. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1840, M.A. 1844) ; was R. of E. Carlton 1843-78. ijjhiron of Stoo -Cibinqs Carlton Curlieu R., Leicestershire ; East Carlton R., Northamptonshire. 5rms Sable, a chevron or, between three crescents argent. Crrst A wyvern, wings addorsed or, armed and langued gules. Seats Carlton Park, Rockingham, Northamptonshire ; Carlton Curlieu Hall, Leicestershire. Par sit fortuna labori. eg " Brothers living GEORGE JOHN, b. Sept. I2th, 1823 ; Bar. Inner Temple 1851. - Rev. Francis, f>. 1828; ed. at Eton and at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1850, M.A. 1855); formerly Minister of St. George's Chapel, Albemarle Street, W. Residence, 17, New Cavendish Street, W. Club, Oxford and Cambridge. Fred Collateral Branch living. Issue of the late Rev. Henry Palmer, 3rd son of sth baronet, b. 1780, d. 1856 : m. 1816, Elizabeth, who d. i6o, da. of the Rev. Samuel Heyrick : derick, b. 1825 ; is a J.P. and a D.L. for Leicestershire (High Sheriff 1865), a J.P. for Rutland, nd patron of two livings; formerly Capt. 27th Regt., and Col. Comdt. Leicestershire Yeo. Cav. : i. 1850, Mary, sister of William Henry Harrison-Broadley, Esq., M.P., and has issue living, Edward Geoffrey Broadley (of Burrough, Melton Mowbray. Club, Junior Carlton), b. 1864; ed. at Eton, and at Magdalene Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1887) ; is a J.P. for Leicestershire, and Major 3rd Batn. Leicestershire Regt. : m. Jan. 1891, Sibyll Caroline, da. of Capt. Smith Neill, formerly R. A., of Barn- weil, and Swindrigemuir, Ayrshire, and has issue living, Sibyll Alice Bridget b. Nov. 1891, Mary Sophia, Hester Alice : m. 1886, Charles H. Vane Holder, Esq., Emily Heyrick. Residences, With- cote Hall. Oakham ; 30, Beaufort Gardens, S.W. Club, Conservative. - Rev. Charles Samuel, b.
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