Elnathan, son of Daniel Palmetier and [[Dains-3|Johanna Dains], was born 8 September 1705 in Stonington, New London County, Connecticut Colony and was baptized on 4 Nov 1705 at First Congregational Church there. He died before 1 Jan 1789 when his wife took oath to administer his estate at Cornwallis, Kings, Nova Scotia, Canada.
He married Elizabeth SCHOFIELD/SCOVIL on 16 Apr 1734 at Colchester, New London County, CT; children (born Colchester; surname PALMETER):
He received part of a 200 acre lot laid out for his father in 1716. In May 1748, Elnathan and his brother Ebenezer were among the members of the church of New Salem (partly in Colchester in Hartford county and partly in Lyme in New London county) who complained they had been without a minister for about 4 years at Stonington, New London County, CT.
He was called son Elnathan by the will of Daniel PALMETER Sr dated 5 Nov 1751. On 19 Apr 1760, Elnathan sold a lot in Stonington which had belonged to his father, Daniel, to his sister Abigail and her husband Josiah Eames of Nowich. Before 29 May 1761, Elnathan went to Horton, Kings, Nova Scotia, Canada, where he was granted 500 acres.
Elnathan's will dated 24 Mar 1779 and proved 11 Aug 1789 with son John and wife Elizabeth as administrators.
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