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Family of George PALMER and Frances BODDY

Husband: George PALMER (1829- )
Wife: Frances BODDY (1824- )
Children: George William PALMER (1861- )
William John PALMER (1862- )
Frederick PALMER (1864- )
John PALMER (1865- )
Marriage Q2 1858 Kensington, London, England

Husband: George PALMER

Name: George PALMER1
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1829 Notting Hill, London, England
Occupation Butcher, Fishmonger

Wife: Frances BODDY

Name: Frances BODDY1
Sex: Female
Father: William BODDY (c. 1789- )
Mother: Elizabeth HOOKER (1789- )
Birth 1824 Crediton , Devon, England
Baptism 8 Sep 1824 (age 0) Crediton , Devon, England
Occupation 1841 (age 15) Shopkeeper; Crediton , Devon, England

Child 1: George William PALMER

Name: George William PALMER1
Sex: Male
Birth Q3 1861 Kensington, London, England

Child 2: William John PALMER

Name: William John PALMER1
Sex: Male
Birth Q4 1862 Kensington, London, England

Child 3: Frederick PALMER

Name: Frederick PALMER1
Sex: Male
Birth Q3 1864 Kensington, London, England

Child 4: John PALMER

Name: John PALMER1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Maud Mary E BELL (1869- )
Birth 1865 Notting Hill, London, England
Occupation Cheese Monger, fish Monger, Poulterer

Note on Husband: George PALMER

In 1871 George and Fanny are at 1 Portobello Terrace, Kensington. Their forenames are entered as initials, and Fanny's birth place is given as Coddington, Devonshire. Children F, G, W and J (sic) are with the couple. George is still a butcher then.

In 1881 George and new wife Fanny are with children George, William, Frederick, John, Kate and Walter and a cook and a nurse at 115 High Street, Notting Hill.

In 1891 George and Fanny, with daughter Kate and a housekeeper are at 12 Mount Park, Ealing. George is a retired fish monger

Note on Wife: Frances BODDY

In 1841 brother and sisters Frederick, Eliza and Fanny are living in Bowden Hill together. It seems likely that in 1851 Frances is a servant for William Wilson, at 31 Mount Street, Mayfair, a Queens Messenger at the Home Office. Her name is recorded as Rodely, which may be the enumerator's misreading of Rodely.

In 1861 Frances is with husband George Palmer at 2 Portobello Terrace, Kensington.


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