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Re: Palmateers in France (now Belgium)
Posted by: Eric Palmatier Date: December 10, 2000 at 13:24:59
In Reply to: Re: Palmateers in France (now Belgium) by Linda Prince Smith of 286

Interresting thing about Thonnet Terrin - it appears (if the name I find is correct) that Antoinette's father came to New Amsterdam before on an earlier ship.

As far as I can tell from all my sources, Michael was the only son of Pierre & Antoinette. I thought about this and the fact that they came to the New World with Michael and became very thankful that the child did not die during the voyage, as could have happened on many ships that came over in all those years. IF he had not made it that may have been the end of the whole Palmatier/Palmateer (et al) line for all we know.

Eric


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