Ancestors of Tim Farr and Descendants of Stephen Farr Sr. of Concord, Massachusetts and Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England


Thomas DOXEY [Parents] [scrapbook] 1 was born 2 on 5 Apr 1801 in Wirksworth, Middleton, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. He was christened 3 on 10 Apr 1801 in Wirksworth, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 4 on 19 Nov 1849 in St Alkmund, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. He was buried in St Alkmund, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. Thomas married 5 Susannah BREARLEY on 30 Jun 1822 in St Alkmund, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom.

Thomas resided 6 in 1841 in St. Michael, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. He worked 7 as House Painter & Artist.

Susannah BREARLEY [Parents] [scrapbook] was born on 5 Jul 1802 in Ockbrook, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. She was christened 1 on 10 Jul 1802 in Ockbrook, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. She died 2 on 2 Dec 1867 in Markeaton Street, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. Susannah married 3 Thomas DOXEY on 30 Jun 1822 in St Alkmund, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom.

Susannah resided 4 in 1841 in St. Michael, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom.

They had the following children.

  F i Mary DOXEY was born on 21 Oct 1822. She died on 25 Aug 1888.
  F ii Ann DOXEY was born on 18 Nov 1824. She died on 16 Apr 1882.
  F iii
Maria DOXEY was born on 16 Feb 1827 in Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. She died on 1 Aug 1830.
  M iv Thomas DOXEY was born on 27 Mar 1829. He died on 25 Mar 1903.
  M v
David DOXEY was born on 8 Sep 1831 in All Saints, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. He was christened on 30 Oct 1831. He died on 30 Sep 1868.
  F vi
Jane DOXEY was born on 16 Dec 1833 in Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. She died on 5 Nov 1919.
  M vii
Samuel DOXEY was christened on 25 Jun 1837 in St Peter, Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. He died on 9 Apr 1841.
  F viii Harriet DOXEY was born on 24 Mar 1839. She died on 8 May 1868.
  M ix
Samuel DOXEY was born on 5 Sep 1844 in Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. He died on 19 Mar 1917.

John HUNT was born in 1794 in Hull, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. John married 1 Mary DANBY on 3 Jul 1828 in St Mary Woolnot, London, London, England, United Kingdom.

Parents are possibly John Hunt and Sarah of South Cave, Yorkshire or maybe the John from York, Yorkshire born 1802 or John from Middlesex 1802.

Mary DANBY [Parents] [scrapbook] was christened 1, 2 on 14 Jun 1796 in Etton, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. She died on 21 Aug 1853 in On The Plains, Nebraska, United States. She was buried on 21 Aug 1853 in On The Plains, Nebraska, United States. Mary married 3 John HUNT on 3 Jul 1828 in St Mary Woolnot, London, London, England, United Kingdom.

They had the following children.

  M i
Thomas HUNT Twin was born on 3 Feb 1829 in Etton, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 1 on 6 Feb 1829 in Etton, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom.
  M ii
John Danby HUNT Twin was born on 3 Feb 1829 in Etton, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. He died 1 on 10 Feb 1829 in Etton, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom.
  F iii Ann Elizabeth HUNT was born on 20 Dec 1830. She died on 14 May 1873.
  F iv Mary HUNT was born on 28 Apr 1835. She died on 19 Apr 1913.

Alma Thomas DOXEY [Parents] [scrapbook] was born on 14 Jul 1854 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States. He died on 29 Feb 1932 in Clearfield, Davis, Utah, United States. Alma married Leonora Luella EATON on 23 Jun 1880 in St George, Washington, Utah, United States.

Other marriages:
, Jane Eliza

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.847
DOXEY, ALMA T. (son of Thomas Doxey and Ann Elizabeth Hunt). Born July 14, 1854, Salt Lake City.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.847

Married Leonora L. Eaton June 23, 1880, St. George, Utah (daughter of John S. Eaton and Emily Ann Robins), who was born May 31, 1864, Scipio, Utah. Their children: Alma T. b. Feb. 5, 1882, m. Orpha Gould Oct. 28, 1901; Bella b. Sept. 2, 1884, d. Dec. 20, 1890; John Riley b. Nov. 22, 1886, d. Jan. 1, 1890; Ray Eaton b. June 18, 1890, d. May 31, 1907; Myrtle b. July 5, 1892; Leo Samuel b. May 9, 1895; Nora Eva b. March 31, 1897; Paul Dee b. Jan. 8, 1899.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.847

Lived at Ogden until 1876; moved to Arizona, settling on Little Colorado river at Sunset, later at St. Johns; returned to Ogden 1890. Missionary to Australia 1894. Member high council in St. Johns (Ariz.) Stake.

Leonora Luella EATON was born on 31 May 1864 in Scipio, Millard, Utah, United States. She died on 18 Sep 1947 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Leonora married Alma Thomas DOXEY on 23 Jun 1880 in St George, Washington, Utah, United States.

648. Doxey, Luella Eaton, 1864–
Autobiography (1864–1889)
Davis Bitton, Guide to Mormon Diaries and Autobiographies (1977), p.91 Autobiography (1864–1889)
Typescript. 10 pp. UHi [Ut St Hist Soc] (Man A 282) Davis Bitton, Guide to Mormon Diaries and Autobiographies (1977), p.91 Born in Scipio, Utah, 1864. Moved with parents to Arizona, 1878. Lived in Sunset United Order. Married Alma Thomas Doxey, 1880. Moved to St. Johns, Arizona, 1881. Hardships. Experiences with Indians. Moved to Ogden, Utah, 1889.


Alma Thomas DOXEY [Parents] [scrapbook] was born on 14 Jul 1854 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States. He died on 29 Feb 1932 in Clearfield, Davis, Utah, United States. Alma married Jane Eliza on 27 Jun 1917.

Other marriages:
EATON, Leonora Luella

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.847
DOXEY, ALMA T. (son of Thomas Doxey and Ann Elizabeth Hunt). Born July 14, 1854, Salt Lake City.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.847

Married Leonora L. Eaton June 23, 1880, St. George, Utah (daughter of John S. Eaton and Emily Ann Robins), who was born May 31, 1864, Scipio, Utah. Their children: Alma T. b. Feb. 5, 1882, m. Orpha Gould Oct. 28, 1901; Bella b. Sept. 2, 1884, d. Dec. 20, 1890; John Riley b. Nov. 22, 1886, d. Jan. 1, 1890; Ray Eaton b. June 18, 1890, d. May 31, 1907; Myrtle b. July 5, 1892; Leo Samuel b. May 9, 1895; Nora Eva b. March 31, 1897; Paul Dee b. Jan. 8, 1899.

Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah, p.847

Lived at Ogden until 1876; moved to Arizona, settling on Little Colorado river at Sunset, later at St. Johns; returned to Ogden 1890. Missionary to Australia 1894. Member high council in St. Johns (Ariz.) Stake.

Jane Eliza was born on 12 Nov 1866 in Eden, Weber, Utah, United States. She died on 22 Jul 1953. She was buried on 25 Jul 1953 in Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Jane married Alma Thomas DOXEY on 27 Jun 1917.

Jane worked as Servant in Jun 1900 in Layton, Davis, Utah, United States.


David Hunt DOXEY [Parents] [scrapbook] was born on 13 Jun 1858 in Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah, United States. He died on 7 Nov 1934 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. He was buried in Nov 1934. David married 1 Ann Elizabeth CLARK on 31 Oct 1889 in St George, Washington, Utah, United States.

Other marriages:
CLARK, Alfaraia

Ann Elizabeth CLARK [scrapbook] was born on 25 Nov 1867 in St George, Washington, Utah, United States. She died on 2 Nov 1910 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. She was buried on 4 Nov 1910 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Ann married 1 David Hunt DOXEY on 31 Oct 1889 in St George, Washington, Utah, United States.


David Hunt DOXEY [Parents] [scrapbook] was born on 13 Jun 1858 in Spanish Fork, Utah, Utah, United States. He died on 7 Nov 1934 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. He was buried in Nov 1934. David married 1 Alfaraia CLARK on 14 Nov 1920 in Evanston, Uinta, Wyoming, United States.

Other marriages:
CLARK, Ann Elizabeth

Alfaraia CLARK was born on 28 Nov 1858 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. She died on 21 Sep 1946 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. She was buried on 24 Sep 1946 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Alfaraia married 1 David Hunt DOXEY on 14 Nov 1920 in Evanston, Uinta, Wyoming, United States.


Moroni Hunt DOXEY [Parents] was born on 13 Aug 1860 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. He died on 29 Jul 1951 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. He was buried on 1 Aug 1951. Moroni married Olive Jane RILEY on 9 Jun 1886 in Logan, Cache, Utah, United States.

MORONI H. DOXEY

MORONI H. DOXEY was born August 13, 1860 at 147-27th Street, Ogden, Utah, to Thomas Doxey and Ann Elizabeth Hunt Doxey. He was the fourth child in a family of seven children. His birthplace at 147-27th Street is a little log house that is still standing, although it is over 100 years old. The house is still owned by his family.
His entire life was spent in the Second Ward living in it 91 years lacking two weeks. Ron, as he was known, was blessed June 5, 1862 and baptized November 4, 1869 in the Weber River by Charles Welch and was confirmed November 4, 1869 by Robert McQuarrie.
The First school he attended was on Lincoln Avenue in the rear of 2760. It was known as the poor lot and consisted of a one room adobe house with a dirt floor. It was heated by a large stove located in the back of the room. The teacher was a man by the name of Leavitt. Mr. Leavitt cooked corn on the stove and ate it during school hours. The pupils worked. in his garden for which they received school credit for their work. They had no blackboards and wooden benches were used for seats.
Another school he attended was on the four hundred block of 24th Street where the Old Court House later stood. A Mrs. Wilson was the teacher here. His next school was located where the Elk s Club now is on Grant and 25th Street. There was a large spring nearby where the Old Brown Ice Cream Company was located later. It is Swift s Ice Cream Company now. Grant Avenue was first named Spring Street after this Spring. The School children used to get their drinking water from the spring. The place where the City Hall Square is now was also very swampy. The Grant School was taught by L. F. Moench a wonder teacher. We do not know how long Ron went to school but it was not for long.
We have heard him tell of going to St. George to herd cows, for his Uncle Lorenzo Clark. Here he was frightened by Indians that seemed to come toward him. Another story that he told about his St. George adventures was of being out on the hills when a flock of sand cranes come into the field. He tried to drive them back. An Indian, on a beautiful horse came and told him not to do that, because the sand. cranes would turn on him and kill him. He gathered his cattle and hurried away. One time when he was herding the cattle he got lost. An Indian found him and took him to Aunt Mary Clark's place. He said if you were good to Indian they would be your friend.
When Ron was a boy of nine he helped his father grade the roadbed for the first Transcontinental Railroad between 28th Street and the Union Station on Wall Avenue. He drove the horses and wagon.
At twelve years of age he aided the men in obtaining rocks from Ogden Canyon for the foundation of the Second Ward Chapel. There was swampy land where the building was erected and they had to fill up the swamp with big rocks before they could start. Water still comes into the basement of the building today. However, a number of years ago Bishop Simmons was talking with Father about this water and Father suggested they put a pump on it and use the water to water the lawn. This was done and that is the way the lawn is watered today. When it is not being used the surplus water goes into the sewer. The Second Ward Chapel was finished in 1856. However later about 1900, the the back of the building was added on and Father's brother Samuel was the architect for it.
Father was a ward teacher for 59 years but he worked on Sundays so was unable to do much else in the church.
On May 10, 1869 when Moroni was 9 years of age the first train came into Ogden. He was the water boy for the men working on the tracks. As the train came in the engineer blew the whistle. Father did not move, but most of the people ran as fast as they could frightened to death. The engineer said, "Boy you will be a railroader when you grow up." This prediction came true. He entered the service of the Union Pacific in August 1881, as a trucker, at the Ogden Freight Station, and in January of 1891 became check clerk for the Southern Pacific. In November, 1907 he changed to the Oregon Shortline. In July 1918 he was transfered. to Town Track Clerk and remained in that capacity until retired on September 1st, 1930, having reached 70 years of age. He had worked for the railroads for 49 years and ten months of continuous service.
His mother had passed away when he was twelve years of age. His Father married Mary Roades Burt shortly before the death of Ron s mother. He lived with his father and Aunt Mary Doxey until he married. On June 9, 1886 at the age of 26 he married his childhood sweetheart, Olive Jane Riley, in the Logan Temple. They had a reception at 173 27th Street, the Riley Home. Moroni and Jane had worked together to get a home of their own. before they married. This home was established at 367-27th Street. They lived their entire live in this home and their daughter Ethel still lives in. it. Each were buried from this home with services in. the Second Ward. Jane passed away December 6, 1903 leaving five small children, Olive, Irma, Ethel, Willard. and Elwood Doxey.
When Jane passed away her oldest sister, Mary Ann Riley (Annie to Us) with Grandpa Riley moved into our home and with Father took care of the children. Grandpa Riley lived with us but in 1905 he passed away too. Grandmother Riley had passed away in June of 1903, the same year Jane died.
After seventeen years of widowhood, Moroni married Elizabeth Thompson in the Salt Lake Temple June 9, 1920. They lived together for. 12 years. She passed away January 23 1932.
Moroni H. Doxey was honored at the Second Ward's Father Day Services in 1949. He was the oldest member of the Ward and had lived in the ward, about 91 years. At this meeting he spoke of the history of the ward, the different bishops c the ward who had advanced to much higher position in the church
He was an active worker in the ward all his life. A week prior to his death he prayed at the funeral of Mrs. Ann Oakden. He had been her wardteacher for thirty years.
It was said he could remember the principles and history of the church and could discuss them with anyone. He seldom missed a Sacrament meeting. He had heard every President of the Church speak from Brigham Young to David O. McKay.
Moroni H. Doxey passed away July 29, 1951. Services were held from his beloved Second Ward, August 1,1951.
Moroni was an Honorary member of the Sons of Utah Pioneers.

This Story written by a daughter Irma
(Read in Camp 0 February 17, 1961
by daughter Ethel.)

Olive Jane RILEY. Olive married Moroni Hunt DOXEY on 9 Jun 1886 in Logan, Cache, Utah, United States.


Samuel B DOXEY [Parents] [scrapbook] was born on 17 Feb 1866 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. He died on 8 Feb 1907 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States. He was buried on 11 Feb 1907. Samuel married 1 Margaret Naomi MOYES on 31 Aug 1898 in Logan, Cache, Utah, United States.

DEATH: Died as result of epileptic fit.

Margaret Naomi MOYES was born on 20 Aug 1879 in Marriott, Weber, Utah, United States. She died on 22 Mar 1929 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States. She was buried on 22 Mar 1929 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Margaret married 1 Samuel B DOXEY on 31 Aug 1898 in Logan, Cache, Utah, United States.


Henry ORAM was born 1 in 1792 in Keymer, Sussex, England, Great Britain. He died on 16 Jun 1865 in Haywards Heath, Sussex, England, United Kingdom. Henry married 2 Jane PACKHAM "Jenny" on 1 Aug 1818 in Keymer, Sussex, England, United Kingdom.

Henry was counted in a census 3 in 1851 in Wivelsfield, Sussex, England, United Kingdom. He was counted in a census 4 in 1861 in Cuckfield, Sussex, England, United Kingdom.

Subject: Oram surname in Sussex
Date: Sun, 20 Sep 1998 16:37:29 +0100
From: "Raymond E. Oram"
To:

3xgt.grandfather James Oram lived in Brighton with his wife Lucy nee Bishop ( who was born in Piddinghoe c.1798.)
I am trying to find out where and when James was born, with little success.
Any help would be appreciated.
Look forward to hearing from you.

Ray Oram.
37, Market Street,
Wesham, Kirkham,
Nr. Preston, Lancs.
PR4 3AY
England

The following is from a fax cover page from a Martin Oram in the Lake District in the North of England:

Dear Tim,

Here is the family tree. The early Orams all lived in Keymer which is near Brighton on the coast of Sussex. They then moved North to the Tonbridge area. What we wonder is which Viking invasion did they come from? We have found two villages in Denmark both called ORUM.

Hope we can link our families up and then you can help with the ______ William.

best wishes
Martin Orrom

The following is an email:

Subject:
Re: The Orrom tree
Date: Mon, 05 Apr 1999 10:24:42 +0100
From: Martin Orrom m02ydp00@cwcom.net
Reply-To: martin.orrom@cwcom.net
To: Tim Farr tf@srjh.emery.k12.ut.us

Dear Tim Farr,
We are researching our tree and it starts with William Oram who was married to Sarah, moved into Keymer parish and had a large family from 1716. In 1790 Edward was born and changed the spelling to Orrom and we have a fairly complete tree from then. If you are interested in our details I shall be glad to share them with you . Should you have any advice for us on how to go further back from William (died 25 April 1762)  we would be very grateful. We live in the Lake District which makes local studies difficult...
Yours Martin Orrom

The following is an email:

Dear Tim,
We live in the Lake District in the North of England. It will be easiest to fax to your works so I'll do that after checking my corrections. I started researching my tree just over a year ago and quickly made contact with Howard Orrom who turned out to be a second cousin. Contact was made by writing to all the Orroms in UK telephone directories: there  were only about 9 others outside my immediate family. So between us we have found relations in Canada and New Zealand.You are the first in the States...
best wishes           Martin.

In Reply to: ORAM HENRY 1801 ENG posted by RUSSELL MCLENDON on February 18, 1999 at 19:51:25:

If you haven't already looked at these it might be worth while. The IGI for Sussex has a Henry Oram marrying a Jane Packham 1 Aug 1818 at Keymer which sounds possible given faulty transcription. The Batch Film No is 7511839 serial 71. Perhaps the film might help. There is also Henry b Haywards Heath 1801 relative James G Oram Film 0183473 and also a Henry so Thomas & Eliza b 08 Mar 1807 at Cuckfield Film No 0447998. (these are births not christenings)The same film contains info re the Marriage of the latters father Thomas, to Eliza about 1775.

Subject:
Re: Oram surname in Sussex
Date: Sat, 12 Jun 1999 14:39:45 +0100
From:"Ray Oram" oramre@globalnet.co.uk
To:"Tim Farr" tf@srjh.emery.k12.ut.us
References: 1 , 2

Hello Tim,

Sorry to be so late in replying.  I have recently spent a long period in hospital and now I am trying hard to catch up with my mail.

There may possibly be a connection between my James and the Henry you mention, but I have no evidence to prove it. If he married about 1822 and assuming he was about the same age as Lucy, then James would have been born c.1798, but this is pure guesswork.

The area around Tonbridge seems to be a likely location as Jame's wife Lucy Bishop came from the village of Piddinghoe which is not far from there.

Arundel is another place where James and Lucy lived and where 3 of their children were born.

Their children were:

Richard Alfred (my 2xgt.grandfather) born Brighton 1823.
Walter William born Arundel 1826.
Charles Thomas born Arundel 1828.
Edwin born Arundel 1830.
Frederick Aaron born Brighton 1832.
Louisa Ann Mary born Islington, MDX 1841.

Apart from this, I know nothing of previous generations.

About variations in spelling, in the 1891 census Richard Alfred's surname was given as Orram.

Hope you can find something of interest in the above.

Ray Oram.

CENSUS: Father-in-law age 69.

Jane "Jenny" PACKHAM [Parents] was christened 1 on 13 Sep 1789 in Bolney, Sussex, England, Great Britain. Jenny married 2 Henry ORAM on 1 Aug 1818 in Keymer, Sussex, England, United Kingdom.

Marriage Notes:

MARRIAGE: Marriage Banns

They had the following children.

  F i
Sarah ORAM was christened on 8 Nov 1818 in Cuckfield, Sussex, England, United Kingdom.
  F ii Phoebe ORAM was christened on 21 Jan 1821.
  F iii
Mary ORAM was christened on 20 Jul 1823 in Cuckfield, Sussex, England, United Kingdom.
  M iv Henry Richard ORAM was born on 10 Mar 1828. He died on 13 Jun 1861.
  M v James ORAM was christened on 19 Jun 1831.

Charles James MILLER was born 1, 2 on 8 Oct 1818 in Fletching, Sussex, England. He was christened 3 on 8 Nov 1818 in Fletching, Sussex, England. He died 4, 5 on 18 Aug 1900 in West Weber, Weber, Utah, United States. He was buried 6 on 21 Aug 1900 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Charles married Sarah Smith BERRY on 17 May 1865 in Fletching, Sussex, England.

Charles resided 7 in 1841 in Fletching, Sussex, England, United Kingdom. He resided 8 in 1851 in Clayton, Sussex, England. He resided 9 in 1861 in Keymer, Sussex, England. He immigrated 10 on 6 Aug 1868 to New York, New York, United States. He resided 11 in 1880 in West Weber, Weber, Utah, United States. He resided 12 in 1900 in West Weber, Weber, Utah, United States.

Other marriages:
HILL, Harriet
GINGELL, Sarah Ann Clothier

Sarah Smith BERRY [Parents] [scrapbook] 1 was born on 12 Dec 1828 in Wivelsfield, Sussex, England. She was christened 2 on 18 Jan 1829 in Cuckfield, Sussex, England. She died on 30 Aug 1881 in Logan, Cache, Utah Territory, United States. She was buried on 1 Sep 1881 in Logan, Cache, Utah Territory, United States. Sarah married Charles James MILLER on 17 May 1865 in Fletching, Sussex, England. There were other parents.

Sarah resided 3 in 1841 in Cuckfield, Sussex, England. She resided 4 in 1851 in Keymer, Sussex, England. She resided 5 in 1861 in Ditchling, Sussex, England. She immigrated 6 on 6 Aug 1868 to New York, New York, United States. She resided 7 in 1880 in West Weber, Weber, Utah, United States.

Other marriages:
ORAM, Henry Richard

I don't believe that we know who the birth father of Sarah Randall's daughter Sarah Smith Berry is because she was born illegitimate as Sarah Smith and then took the last name of Berry after her mother married Richard Berry. This would also mean that John Smith could not have died in 1830 but actually died 25 Sep 1824 one day before the birth of his son Peter.

CHRISTENING: Illegitimate.

RESIDENCE: 33 years of age.

IMMIGRATION: Came on the ship "Constitution" with her 2nd husband and his children and her children.

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