Palgrave Surname History
The surname Palgrave is derived from the village of Palgrave which is in Suffolk, England, on the south bank of the River Waveney opposite the town of Diss in Norfolk, England.
A main branch of the Palgrave family originated in England and is probably named after the village of Palgrave in Suffolk. Branches of the Palgrave family now reside in the United States of America, Australia, and New Zealand. The History and Lineage of the Palgraves is a book by Derek Palgrave and Patrick Palgrave-Moore which was published by the Palgrave Society in 1978. Copies are available in major libraries in the United Kingdom and the United States. The Palgrave Society also publishes a quarterly Newsletter which is available to members. Further details are available on the Society's website, www.ffhs.org.uk/members/palgrave.htm
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Palgrave Family Tree
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- Edward Edward Palgrave 1541 - 1623
- Alice Gunton Edward Palgrave 1517 - 1545
- Walter Pagrave Palgrave 1543 - 1557
- William Palgrave 1546 - 1547
- Mary Palgrave 1548 - ?
- Margaret Palgrave 1554 - ?
- Anne Palgrave 1554 - ?
- Mary Palgrave Wellington
- John PALGRAVE Palgrave
- Lydia Palgrave Heylette
Famous People named Palgrave
Famous members of the Palgrave family:
- Francis Turner Palgrave is probably the most famous Palgrave family member because he compiled a selection of songs and lyrical poems in the English language which was first published in 1861. This collection is still in print.