|6.||i.||SOLOMON3 PALMER, b. April 02, 1787, Jackson County, Georgia; d. May 27, 1867, Village Springs, Blount Co, Alabama.|
|ii.||GIDEON PALMER, b. April 17, 1788.|
|iii.||NANCY PALMER, b. March 24, 1790; m. RICHARD BROWN, March 24, 1809.|
|iv.||JERMIAH PALMER, b. 1792; m. SALLY CATES, March 05, 1817.|
|v.||CHARITY PALMER, b. 1794; m. JOHN WALKER, February 10, 1810.|
|vi.||JAMES PALMER, b. 1796.|
|7.||vii.||JOHN L. PALMER, b. 1802; d. 1846, Webster County, Ky.|
|8.||i.||JOHN3 PALMOUR, b. August 16, 1786, Wilkes County, Ga; d. September 06, 1847, Dawson County, GA.|
|9.||ii.||SIMEON PALMOUR, b. January 03, 1789, Wilkes County, GA; d. February 05, 1833, White County, Ga.|
|iii.||AARON PALMER, b. March 19, 1791, Wilkes County, Ga; d. September 12, 1873, Dawson County, Ga..|
Notes for AARON PALMER:|
Aaron born 3-19-1791, died 9-12-1873, never married. The original fort type compound constructed by the family when they first arrived in Dawson County was moved by Dr. Levi Russell to a site near the intersection of Etowah River Road and Seed Tick Road where it remained intact until just recently. The old homestead was bought and taken apart and moved to another site.
Aaron and some of his brothers came to the Cherokee Nation on the Etowah River and settled a section of land 10 miles in all directions. They were traders with the Indians and here on the Big Savannah they made their homes. Aaron acted as local banker, discounted notes, loaned money and was a stock raiser and farmer.
Aaron built a small fort on the Big Savannah which was a building of logs which was weather boarded on the outside from the ground to the roof with shingles put on with wrought iron nails. Port holes were arraigned so as to give protection from enemy fire on any side of the building. Unfortunately this was destroyed by fire. The home place still survives, (1995). Photograph of his tomb in the McClure cemetery is included with this narrative also a photo of his originial house which has been moved is included.
|10.||iv.||JANE PALMER, b. June 07, 1793; d. January 24, 1843.|
|v.||MARY PALMER, b. December 22, 1795; d. July 25, 1862, Dawson County, Ga.|
|11.||vi.||SILAS B. PALMOUR, b. December 21, 1797, Pendleton District, South Carolina; d. January 11, 1878, Dawson County, Ga.|
|12.||vii.||SARAH PALMER, b. January 26, 1800, Pendleton District, South Carolina; d. Aft. 1849.|
|viii.||BENJAMIN PALMER, b. March 20, 1802, Pendleton District, South Carolina; d. September 24, 1830, Alabama.|
Notes for BENJAMIN PALMER:|
Benjamin born 3-20-1802, died 9-24-1830 in Alabama. In Pickins County, S. C. on 4-2-1832, the estate of Benjamin Palmer was handled by Lewis Barker and Francis Burt. Their bond was set at $70.00. In Alabama, Job Going was the administrator of the estate but died before the estate was settled. William Y. Glover, Sheriff was appointed as the administrator on 5-10-1834. In the family Bible, it states that he died by "the fire of a gun". Benjamin was on a hunting trip and when he failed to return at the time he was expected, friends went to search for him and found his body with the gun near by. He had been accidentally shot.
|ix.||SOLOMON PALMER III, b. February 10, 1807, Pendleton District, South Carolina; d. September 24, 1898, Dawson County, Ga; m. NANCY NIX; b. October 16, 1809, Franklin County, Ga; d. August 08, 1891, Dawson County, Ga.|
Notes for SOLOMON PALMER III:|
Solomon, Jr. (III) born 2-10-1807, died 9-24-1898, married Nancy Nix, who was born in Franklin County, Ga. 10- 16-1809, died 8-8-1881. Photographs of tombs in the McClure cemetery in Dawson County, Ga. They did not have any children.
|13.||i.||HOWARD3 PALMER, b. 1803.|
|14.||i.||BENJAMIN3 PALMER II, b. 1804, Georgia; d. Aft. 1850, Arkansas.|
|ii.||JESSE PALMER, b. Bet. 1805 - 1810; m. NANCY.|
|iii.||JONATHAN PALMER, b. Bet. 1815 - 1820.|
|15.||iv.||MARY3 PALMER, b. 1825, Tennessee.|
|v.||UNKNOWN SON PALMER, b. Bet. 1825 - 1830.|
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