Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace Mc Bride HESS Self M Male W 55 PA Common Laborer PA PA Nancy J. HESS Wife M Female W 54 IN Keeping House KY KY Margaret HESS Dau S Female W 21 IN PA IN William HESS Son S Male W 18 IN Common Laborer PA IN Sherman HESS Son S Male W 15 IN Common Laborer PA IN Cordelia HESS Dau S Female W 12 IN PA IN Flora B. HESS Dau S Female W 10 IN PA IN
According to one researcher at rootsweb.com, Blaney Palmer, Jr., died without children.Blaney Palmer information found in newspapers.Perhaps there was more than one Blaney Palmer.familysearch.org also lists Flora B. Hess m. Blaney Palmer.
Decatur Review | Decatur, Illinois | Monday, May 28, 1928 | Page 16 Dora Alice Palmer was granted a divorce from Blaney Palmer, on the ground of desertion. He started for work ostensibly, on May 14, 1925, and never returned. It developed in the hearing that she was his seventh wife.
Obituary for Blaney Palmer, d. IL, 1929: Alton Evening Telegraph | Alton, Illinois | Monday, December 09, 1929 | Page 3
Blaney Palmer Funeral Sunday The funeral of Blaney Palmer, whose death occurred Saturday at the home of his niece, Mrs, Millie Culp, 1205 East Fifth street, was held at 2:30 p.m. today from the Streeper funeral home. The Rev. N. O, Henderson of the Main Street Methodist Church Conducted the service. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery. The pallbearers were Julius O. Vaunn, Louis Bell, Leonard Voltz, Emil Schrimpf, Alois Langnecker and Doran Rice. Mr. Palmer was born and reared In Osgood, Ind., where he spent the greater part of his life. A short time ago he came to Alton to make his home so that he might be nearer his sister, Mrs. Sherman Connerly. Besides Mrs. Connerly, he is survived by one other sister, Mrs. Mary Brown of Miami, Okla,, and several nieces and nephews.
Blaney Palmer (Jr.), b. Osgood, Ripley County, IN circa 1863, per 1880 census.