OBITUARIES for ESTHER AVERY PALMER
1839-1930
SISTER OF JANE AVERY WARD

A long and useful life has ended in the passing of Mrs. Esther Palmer, widow of the late Elbridge Palmer, for many years prominent in the business and civic affairs of this community, whose death occurred last week Feb. 5, (1930) at her home on Post St., in the village of Boonville, NY. Mrs. Palmer was 91 years old, one of Boonville's oldest residents, her entire life spent in the village and vicinity. Her death is the cause of deep regret and sorrow among relatives and a large circle of friends by whom she was held in highest esteem and affection.

Esther Avery was born Jan. 16, 1839 in that settlement known as Pasadena, near Boonville, the daughter of the late Jonathan and Mary Avery. She was married Oct. 3, 1867 to Elbridge G. Palmer whose death occurred 18 years ago. Mr. Palmer was one of Boonville's best known citizens, having been long engaged in business here and the town for several years its supervisor.

She was a member of the Baptist church and sang in the choir for many years. Mrs. Palmer leaves to mourn her loss, 2 sons, Elwin and Ernest, who conduct a hardware establishment in this village under the firm name Palmer Bros. She also leaves the following grandchildren: Gerry, Ramon, Vera, Clyde, Gerald, Roderic.

From Boonville Herald 2/13/1930

The above news article was supplied by Janet Palmer Fentress, 
a descendant of Mrs. E. G. (Esther) Palmer. See

Mrs. E. G. Palmer
Born in Leyden Hill, January 16, 1839, Died in Boonville February 5, 1930


Mrs. E. G. Palmer, who died February 5th at her home in Boonville was the daughter of Jonathan and Mary Avery and was born in Leyden Hill January 16, 1839. She was the last of a family of 13 children. She taught school for several years and in 1867 was united in marriage to Elbridge G. Palmer who died about 18 years ago. Mrs. Palmer was a member of the Baptist Church and the Woman's Missionary Society, and when her health permitted took an active interest in all church work. On her 91st birthday, a few weeks ago, the Junior Choir of the Baptist Church visited her and directed by Clifford T. Kingsbury rendered several selections which she greatly enjoyed. Of her four children, two sons survive: Ernest A. and Elwin B. Palmer of Boonville. Funeral services were held Saturday.

(from The Journal and Republican Lowville, NY February 13, 1930)

See https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/22493030/esther-a.-palmer

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