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Charles H. Palmer

October 6, 1883 – August 22, 1946

Hampton Fisherman and Restaurant Owner Dies

Hampton Union, Thursday, August 22, 1946

Special to The Union.

HAMPTON, Aug. 22 — Charles H. Palmer, 62, native and life-long resident of Hampton, died at his home on Winnacunnett Road, following a period of failing health. Mr. Palmer died in the same house in which he was born. He was born Oct. 6, 1883, the son of Henry F. and Marcia (Mace) Palmer. In his younger days he was a fisherman and later with his wife conducted the Clam Shell, a well known restaurant at North Beach. For 35 years he was a member of Oceanside Grange. He was also a former member of Winnacumet Council Jr. OUAM here.

Besides his wife, Mrs. Ruth Leavitt Palmer, he is survived by two sons, Philip H. and Richard L. Palmer, both of Hampton, also two grandsons.

The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the First Baptist church. The pastor, Rev. Lincoln A. Smith will assist Rev. Z. Richard Henley of the Advent church who will conduct the service.

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