Today I added the Downes line tree to Panter tree on Ancestry.co.uk. This line stretches back from Sarah Downes to King Edward 1st (Longshanks) and I have started looking up documents to verify this history. This line was originally researched [Read more]
Copy of Words on Tomb of Philip Panter (1785-1832), brother of John Leach Panter, in Nettlecombe Churchyard, Somerset. Sacred to the Memory of The Rev’d Philip Panter M A Curate of the Parish His earthly Career was distinguished by Humility [Read more]
Transcription of William Henry Panter’s Headstone in Brighton Cemetery, Victoria, Australia Courtesy of Shirley Joy and Heather Howells 2003 IN LOVING MEMORY OF Wm. HENRY PANTER, R.N. DIED 14th JULY, 1915, AGED 74 YEARS “Blessed are the pure in heart [Read more]
The 2011 Panter party was held today at the Dorset family venue for the fourth time (also in 2001, 1991 and 1981). Over 100 family members attended from all over the world who represented every branch of the family. After the [Read more]
The 2001 Panter Party was held at the Dorset venue on 4th August 2001.
Louisa Georgina Downes Panter (1889-1979) was known in the family as Georgie Welander. She married Karl (‘Sven’) Welander and had five children. In the 1970s she wrote her memoirs named ‘ So Human’ which were typed up by her daughter [Read more]
The 1951 Panter Reunion at Berley Hotel, St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia on Saturday October 13th, was held to celebrate the centenary of the John Leach Panter Jubilee Party. There is talk in the letter of a group photo – I have yet to [Read more]
[The following transcript is from a document written in 1951 by Bertie Blount] The marriage of John Leach Panter to Sarah Downes on 14th October, 1801, represented the union of two vary different types: for John Leach Panter was a [Read more]
On 31st May 1951, C. H. Panter sent out this invitation to the family to attend the summer party at the home of Air Vice-Marshal and Mrs. A. E. Panter in Basingstoke on July 28th.
Out of the blue a very nice guy called Jack recently uploaded a photo he found in his grandfather’s house in Ireland and sent me a link. He uploaded it to Wikimedia Commons, which is a1897 great idea for photos out [Read more]
Principal Events in the life of JOHN LEACH PANTER, ESQ. Parents John was the 3rd child of William and Ann Panter (nee Leach) Born 30th April 1778 at Peckham, Surrey [A][B] Schools Age 4 – 7 : Mr Jephthson’s School, [Read more]
Description of the Jubilee Party in 1851 – Taken from AUNT LIZZIE’S LIFE AND EXPERIENCES, (no. 14 in the picture: Elizabeth Selby-Hele) ————- “The next morning we were all sitting round the breakfast-table, the chief talk being about the “Jubilee” [Read more]