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The following note is found in John Walker's file:
1834: Returned from Stanstead, the family left for Ogdensburg, New York where they found a small branch of the Church (Some of Brother Kimball's first converts.) During 1835 children who were 8 or upwards were baptized by Elder Abraham Palmer.
Following is information about Abraham Palmer and his first wife, Patience Delilah Pierce.
Abraham Whitney PALMER was born on 4 DEC 1807 in Sherburne, Chenango County, New York. He was ordained a High Priest in OCT 1841. In 1850 he was a carpenter in Pottawattamie County, Iowa. He appeared in the census on 27 SEP 1850 in Pottawattamie County, Iowa. He appeared in the census on 5 JUL 1860 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah. (living in the same household in a Anna Palmer age 3 b. NY.) He died on 25 MAY 1875 at Fayette, Sanpete County, Utah. Alternate place of death: Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah. He was buried in Fayette, Sanpete County, Utah. He was ordained a Bishop in Cainesville, Harrison County, Missouri. Places of Residence: Ogden, Weber County, Utah
Vocations: 1860 - Farmer; School Teacher; Carpenter.
Comments: In 1860, Abraham had a household of 5, with a real wealth of $560 and a personal wealth of $260. Abraham came to Utah in 1847. He was captain of his own company of fifty. Abraham was couselor to Lorin Farr in the Weber, Utah Stake Presidency. Abraham was appointed to go on a mission to Chicago, Illinois. Parents: Noah PALMER and Tursy (Thirzah or Thirza) WHITNEY.
Spouse: Patience Delilah PIERCE. Abraham Whitney PALMER and Patience Delilah PIERCE were married on 10 JUL 1825 in Oswegatchie, St. Lawrence County, New York. Children were: Issac Pierce PALMER, Luther Moses Morris PALMER, John Quincy PALMER, Elizabeth PALMER, Ann Eliza PALMER, Susan Charlotte PALMER, Abraham P. PALMER, James Albert PALMER, Patience Delilah PALMER, William Moroni PALMER, Hyrum Smith PALMER.
Spouse: Hulda Catherine HILL. Abraham Whitney PALMER and Hulda Catherine HILL were married on 26 FEB 1857. Children were: Delila Vilate PALMER, Josephine PALMER, Catherine Alfina PALMER, Richard Marcellus PALMER, Mary PALMER, Francis Abraham "Frank" PALMER.
Spouse: Ann ALLAN. Abraham Whitney PALMER and Ann ALLAN were married date unknown.
Patience Delilah PIERCE was born on 15 FEB 1809 in Oswegatchie, St. Lawrence County, New York. She appeared in the census on 27 SEP 1850 in Pottawatomie, Pottawatomie County, Kansas. She appeared in the census on 5 JUL 1860 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah. She appeared in the census on 4 JUN 1880 in Glenwood, Sevier County, Utah. She died on 9 MAR 1894 at Aurora, Sevier County, Utah. She was buried on 13 MAR 1894 in Fayette, Sanpete County, Utah. 1899. Palmer, Patience Delila Pierce, 1809 - 1894
Autobiography (1809 - 1894)
Davis Bitton, Guide to Mormon Diaries and Autobiographies (1977), pg.268
Autobiography (1809 - 1894)
Typescript. 23 pp. HDC [LDS Church Archives] (Ms d 2050,11,10,#1)
Born near Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence County, New York, 1809. Married Abraham Palmer, 1825. Both baptized, 1835. Husband branch president. Branch started journey to Far West, 1838. Troubles with mobs. Camped four miles below Haun's Mill on night of massacre. Account of days following massacre.