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immigrant flag  Gift  PALMER

  (b. 1615Cambridge, England   d. 8 August 1655Wenham, Massachusetts Bay Colony )  
Summary: Gift PALMER was born 1615 in Cambridge, England. Gift PALMER was the child of

She married  Charles GOTT .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Charles GOTT  was born 12 March 1598 in Brokenbury, England .  He died 23 January 1667 in Wenham, Massachusetts, USA . 

Gift PALMER died 8 August 1655 in Wenham, Massachusetts Bay Colony.
Notes:
daughter of John Palmer and Elizabeth Alger


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Cambridge, England - Clare College
Cambridge, England
Clare College
Cambridge, England - Kings College Chapel
Cambridge, England
Kings College Chapel
Cambridge, England - Trinity College
Cambridge, England
Trinity College
Wenham, Massachusetts, USA - Idlewood Lake
Wenham, Massachusetts, USA
Idlewood Lake
Wenham, Massachusetts, USA - View from Wenham Lake, Mass.
Wenham, Massachusetts, USA
View from Wenham Lake, Mass.
Wenham, Massachusetts, USA - Pumping Station, Wenham Lake, Mass.
Wenham, Massachusetts, USA
Pumping Station, Wenham Lake, Mass.

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Gift PALMER married immigrant flag Charles GOTT-- Place: 


Children:
flag Daniel GOTT (b.28 June 1646, Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony  d. 22 June 1668, Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony)


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England 1620
Mayflower lands at Plimoth Rock

USA 1620 - The Mayflower sails from Plymouth, England and after a journey of sixty-six days anchors in Plymouth harbor, and the Pilgrims established a settlement.

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England 1621 - Thirty Years War began (Protestants against Catholics)

www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/ countrys/ europe/ england/ uketimeln2.htm -

England 1625 - King James I died; son Charles I crowned

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News 1630 - There was a severe outbreak of the plague in Cambridge

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News Wenham was first settled in 1635 as a part of Salem

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England 1642-1645 - 1641 - English Civil War began; 1645 - Civil War ended, Charles I defeated

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News  In September 1643, the General Court of Massachusetts granted that Wenham should be a town in its own right and send a representative to the General Court. It was the first town to be set off from Salem.

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1646 Birth of Child
Daniel GOTT was born 28 June 1646, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
England 1649 - King Charles I tried for levying war; found guilty and was executed; son Charles II declared himself King

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News 1653 - A stagecoach connected Cambridge to London.

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England (1653 - 1658) Lord Cromwell ruled England as Lord Protector

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England 1654 - England declared war on Spain

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Death
8 August 1655
Wenham, Massachusetts, USA

Added: 9/6/2016 12:37:57 PM

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