George Palmer

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George Palmer was a notable Patriot in the American Revolution. - AsNotedIn



Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1719/09/22 George Palmer, son of George Palmer, is born in Connecticut colony, county of New London, and town of Stonington, in New England. Born
1775/04/00 George Palmer equips the first Patriot troops from Saratoga to take the field of battle. The Marker for his home site can be found on Palmer St, 1 block west of Hudson Ave in Stillwater, New York. American Patriot Stillwater New York Battle of Saratoga
1775/12/12 From Ft George, Henry Knox writes Cap George Palmer asking him to obtain 40 good strong sleds, each to carry a 5400 lb Cannon clear from dragging on the ground and to procure Oxen or horses to drag them from Ft Ticonderoga to Cambridge. Patriot Captain Lake George Battlefield Park Historic District Lake George Noble Train of Artillery
1809/12/15 George Palmer dies aged ninety years. Died
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