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  • ID: I36599
  • Name: Brian Palmes
  • Sex: M
  • Residence: Naburn, Yorkshire
  • Note: 1

    The Yorkshire Palmes line is from Michael Synge on World Connect, quoting Burke's: LG1937, 743; LG1833, I, 611; Foster (1874) Yorkshire Pedigrees, vol II
    ?The family of Palmes of Naburn was originally settled at Taunton Dene, county Somerset, where Manfred Palmes, in the sixth year of King Stephen (1140), had by the gift of Milo, Earl of. Hereford and Constable of England, 53 oxgangs of land and 25 messuages. This Manfred married and had issue Alexander Palmes, Esq., of Taunton, who married Rose, daughter of Adam Newmarsh, and had, with other issue, a son and heir, Jerome Palmes, Esq. This gentleman married Anne, daughter of John St. Maur, Esq., and was succeeded by his eldest son John Palmes, Esq., of Fontleroy, who married Anne, daughter of John Stourton, Esq., and had issue four sons. William Palmes, Esq., of Taunton, the eldest son and heir married Matilda, daughter (or sister) of Richard Watervill, with whom he received the lordship of Naburn, about the year 1216. They had issue Nicholas Palmes, of Naburn, Esq., who married the daughter of Sir Thomas Fitz Henry, Knight, of Naburn. He was living in the 19th of Edward III. (1345). The second in descent from Sir William, was William Palmes, Esq., who married for his second wife, the daughter of Sir Robert Vere. Then followed in succession, Nicholas, William, Brian, Francis, Thomas, and William. William Palmes, Esq., eldest son and heir of the last named William, married first Elinor, daughter of William Heslerton, Esq., of Heslerton, as appears by a Feofment and by the arms over the gate at Naburn Hall, and by her had two sons, Brian his heir, and Guy, sergeant-at-law. He married secondly Ann, daughter of Wm. Wilsthorpe, Esq., but had by her no issue. He was succeeded by his elder son Brian Palmes, Esq., who was also twice married, but had issue by his first wife only. He was a Justice of the Common Pleas, and died in the year 1511, as appears by the inscription on his portrait still preserved at Naburn Hall.?
  • _UID: EF653D7859054C329E75BA62CF9D176B027B
  • Change Date: 22 DEC 2011

    Father: William Palmes

    Marriage 1 Martha Plumpton
    • Married:
    1. Has Children Francis Palmes

    1. Type: Book
      Periodical: Bulmer's History and Directory of East Yorkshire
      Date: 1892
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