Ancestors of Tim Farr and The Descendants of Stephen Farr


Percy Walter FARR [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3 on 26 Mar 1888 in East Swanzey, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. Percy married 4 Ruth Watson FILION on 10 Sep 1930 in Vermont, United States.

Other marriages:
JONES, Alice

WW2, 1942: II draft registration card, (age 54) Said he was born in Swanzey, NH, 26 March, 1888. Address: R. F. D. #1, Brattleboro (Windham Co) Vt. Name and address of contact person: Mrs. P. W. Farr (same address).

Ruth Watson FILION was born 1 on 12 Jun 1893 in Townshend, Windham, Vermont, United States. Ruth married 2 Percy Walter FARR on 10 Sep 1930 in Vermont, United States.

They had the following children.

  F i Ruthana Mae FARR.

Leslie Joseph FARR [Parents] 1, 2 was born 3 on 16 Dec 1893 in East Swanzey, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. Leslie married 4 Bessie Eva MERRIAM on 9 Sep 1920 in Marlborough, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States.

The following is from "The Family of Willis Vernon Farr" by Jayne E. Bickford:

Bessie tells me that the early generations of her Merriam family were of Concord, Massachusetts. Perhaps the mother of Mary Taylor who married ¹Samuel Farr was of the same family.

Leslie Farr was a veteran of World War I. He was the Republican representative from Ward 5 to the State legislative body for the 1957-58 term. He was also President of the State Federation of Letter Carriers of New Eampehire in 1935, National State Vice President of the National Letter Carriers for New Hampshire in 1952-53 and the New Hampshire State Representative in 1954 to Cleveland, Ohio.

He is a charter member of the Federal Retired Employees, Cheshire Chapter 529, and Past President and a charter mem­ber of the State Federation. He presently holds a Gold Card, National Association of Letter Carriers.

He has been a member of the Golden Rod Grange of Swanzey for 66 years and holds a sixty-year certificate. He has been a member of Paquoig Lodge of Odd Fellows for sixty- one years and is a Past Grand Master of the same.

Leslie's wife has always shared her husband's activities. She was ten years in the State Auxiliary of the N. A. L. C., is a Past President of the organization and received a Life Membership State Pin. They both are active in the Keene Senior Citizen's Association and have taken a number of trips with this group.

“Golden Wedding Observed by Farrs
“Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Farr celebrated their golden wedding anniversay Sept. 13 from 2 pm. to 5 p.m. in the parlor of the United Church of Christ. “Mr. and Mrs. Farr were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Merriam, in Marlborough on Sept. 9, 1920. They have one son, Robert M. Farr, two grandsons and granddaughters living at Studio City, California. They were not able to be present for the recep­tion. The name Merriam appears as “Merrian" in the article, and I have taken the liberty to correct this error. Also it should have shown two grand­sons and one granddaughter.

“Gertrude Merriam, Mrs. Farr's sister, who served as bridesmaid at their wedding, was in the receiving line at their reception as was Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hagar. Mr. Hagar is Mr. Farr's nephew. “A highlight at the reception was the appear­ance of the Rev. S. Burnham Long with his wife and daughter. The Rev. Long was the minister who married Mr. and Mrs. Farr. He is now living at Worcester, Mass. “During the reception the Rev. Oliver Francisco played on the piano and Audrey Cummings sang solos. Then a tape recording was played bringing greetings from Mr. and Mrs. Farr's son, his wife and their grandchildren. “Friends assisted at the reception. An anni­versary cake, made by Mrs. Shirlee Crotto, was served by her. “Flowers from relatives, lodges and friends added more to the tables. Gifts, money, money trees and many cards were received by Mr. and Mrs. Farr. “Relatives and friends were present from Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.”

My mother's brother, John E. Farr', and his wife of Westminster Station, Vermont, also attended this anniversary party.

Leslie Farr was employed for many years by the post office at Keene, New Hampshire.

¹Stephen Farr of Concord married Mary Taylor not Samuel(note added by Tim Farr)

Bessie Eva MERRIAM was born 1 on 25 Jun 1889 in Marlborough, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. Bessie married 2 Leslie Joseph FARR on 9 Sep 1920 in Marlborough, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States.

Daughter of Joseph S. Merriam.

They had the following children.

  F i
Arline Marie FARR was born 1 on 14 Aug 1921 in Marlborough, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. She died 2 on 14 Aug 1921 in Marlborough, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States.
  M ii Robert Merriam FARR.

James FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3 was born 4 on 30 Nov 1789 in Fort Beard, Nelson, Kentucky, United States. He died 5 on 14 Jul 1866 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. He was buried 6 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. James married 7, 8 Catherine CURRY on 7 Jul 1808 in Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.

1850 Morgan Co., IN, census index, p.66B, Ray Twp., Nov. 2, 1850, C. Stafford:
785/785, JAS FARR, 60 M, farmer, $2000 real, KY; Catharine, 61 F, KY; Jas. L., 3 months M, IN.

1860 Morgan Co., IN, census index, JAMES FARR, p.915, Baker Twp.
1860 Morgan Co., IN, census index, JAMES FARR, p.938, Ray Twp.

James Farr ~ Early Indiana Pioneer ~
At the close of the Revolutionary War, a young man named Benjamin Farr with his wife, Elizabeth Cochrane Farr, and son George, a lad of 2 or 3 years, moved from an English colonial settlement in the state of Maryland and located at Fort Beard or Beards Block house, as it was sometimes called, on or near the site of the little city of Bardstown, now the Nelson county seat in Kentucky. This around 1780 or 1790. The land in this area and north of the Ohio River was still wilderness.

It was necessary for an emigrant from Maryland, with Kentucky as his objective point of location, to take a circuitous route, bearing south and over the mountains of Tennessee, probably over the trail blazed by Daniel Boone and his comrades. It was not long after the Farrs settled in Kentucky and while they yet lived in the fort, that their son, James was born (30 Nov 1789). This son, a sturdy Scotsman, was destined to become the father and founder of this branch of the Farr family. Fate had also decreed that he should become an orphan at a very early age, by the death of his mother.

Benjamin, becoming discouraged over the loss of his helpmate, decided to move back to his old home and friends in Maryland. A neighbor in Kentucky, a Mrs. Tucker, knowing the circumstances and realizing the difficulties that would be met in supplying a motherless infant with the proper food and care while traveling through a sparsely and sometimes wholly unsettled country, prevailed on the father to leave the child with her until he was older and strong enough to stand the trip, when, she proposed, that Benjamin might return for him. This the father decided to do and, after leaving some household goods and other property for the baby, in case anything happened to prevent his return, he and his son, George set forth into the wilderness, leaving his son and his dream of the new country behind*

Neither father nor son was heard of again, although James and his foster parents, the Tuckers, made inquiries in the later years. In those years, Kentucky was known as the "dark and bloody ground" and it was believed by his Kentucky friends, that a roving band of savages had overtaken and massacred them.

Little more is known of the story of James Farr's childhood days at the frontier settlement in Kentucky. He was never enrolled in any school; he never learned the letters of the alphabet. He did, however, learn to read two words, his own name- James Farr. And he memorized Biblical Scripture which was taught to him as a child. He memorized it so well that he became a Minister of the Gospel and was listed, along with his son Nathan, as ministers in the history of the First Baptist Church of Martinsville.

~ War of 1812 ~

He served his country in the War of 1812 and fought in the Battle of New Orleans (Private, 13th Regiment of the Kentucky Militia). He slept on the ground around New Orleans where the water was so near the top of the ground that when he moved a shovel full of dirt, he had dug a well. He stood guard where the water was to his knees. He was a great admirer of General Andrew Jackson, as a commanding officer and sometimes met him on the road to the city. Jackson always lifted his hat to his soldiers when he met them out of camp.

The soldiers had to walk to the war zone and then back home at the end of the war since there were no railroads in that part of the country at that time. The monthly pay was $8, which James took in a lump sum after his service ended. He was paid $48. Later, he received from the Federal Government, a land warrant for 40 acres of vacant land of his choice, anywhere in the country. He chose a plot of raw prairie near where Toledo, Illinois now stands, and later sold it for $200.

~ Morgan County, Indiana ~

James married Catherine Curry in 1807 (7 Jul 1808). To this union were born nine children: Matilda, Malinda, Jefferson, James, Daniel, William, Nathan, Sarah, and Juliann. All born in Kentucky.

In 1823, James and his family moved to Baker Twp., Morgan County, Indiana. Later he moved to Ray Twp., where he owned 80 acres, part of which is the present town of Paragon. His farm was located just west of Paragon where he built a house for his family. In 1850, he planted a cottonwood tree in front of the house. The house burned down in 1934, and the tree blew down in a windstorm in 1970. The stump of the tree, some 40 inches in diameter, is still visible.

James Farr died in Ray Twp., 14 Jul 1866. He is buried in the Samaria Cemetery in Ray Twp. next to his wife and three of his children. The inscription on his headstone reads: 76 years, 7 months, 14 days.

Transcribed in part from a newspaper story, the clipping of which is located in the Morgan County Library, Genealogy Department. Other information taken from: Burnett, Baker, Beaman and Related Families; Morgan County Library; Federal Census Records; personal observation of memorials. JHR 15 May 2000

* Another account of this story has Benjamin leaving his 4 year old son , James, with the McCarty family, who were living with the Thomas Curry family in Kentucky. (Burnett, Baker, Beaman, and Related Families; Morgan County Library)

James Farr was the grandfather of Hannah Farr, Absalom's wife, and was my great, great grandfather (JHR).

James and Catherine Farr saw ten of their young men march off to the great War to Save the Nation: son Nathan; grandsons Nathan L., Uriah H., James B., Thomas J., Jefferson C., William L., Benjamin F., and Harvey J. Laughlin; grand son-in-law, Absalom Ross. Of these: two became prisoners of war and were released in exchange; four were wounded in action. All survived the War. (Information provided by Joseph Burkhart, taken from a family history document that was compiled by Dr. James Farr, great great grandson of James and Catherine Farr.)


Veteran of the C.S.A. Army, connected to the Farr family by marriage. "Two daughters of Michael and Sarah (Killian) Teague married into the James and Catherine Farr family: Susannah Teague (Absalom Ross' mother-in-law) married Daniel Curry Farr; Delilah Teague married James Farr Jr. The Teagues were from North Carolina and were very staunch Southern Democrats who supported the Confederacy at it's inception and throughout the war. Susannah was very vocal about her feelings and adamant about her sons Nathan L. and Uriah H. becoming "Lincoln Soldiers". She remained so to her death. I cannot vouch for Delilah's stand, however, since my Grandfather (Uriah) Farr never mentioned it."

"These sisters had a younger brother, John Teague, who moved from Indiana to Missouri in the 1840's. He took his mother (Sarah Killian Teague), a widow, and some of the family who wished to go. While living in Missouri, the Mexican war started (1840's). John joined a Missouri Unit and saw service, under General Kearney, on U.S.-Mexican border. After this war ended, John moved his family, including his mother, to Wise County, Texas. When the Civil War started in 1861, John enlisted in the C.S.A." (Information provided by Joseph Burkhart, taken from a family history document that was compiled by Dr. James Farr, great great grandson of James and Catherine Farr.)

Catherine CURRY [scrapbook] 1 was born 2 on 15 Jun 1791 in Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States. She died 3 on 15 Jun 1875 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. She was buried 4 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. Catherine married 5, 6 James FARR on 7 Jul 1808 in Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.

They had the following children.

  F i Matilda FARR was born on 18 May 1809. She died on 9 Sep 1867.
  F ii Malinda FARR was born in 1810.
  M iii Jefferson C. FARR was born on 25 Dec 1812. He died on 29 Dec 1883.
  M iv James Logan FARR was born in 1814. He died on 25 Feb 1899.
  M v Daniel Curry FARR was born on 8 Jun 1817. He died on 15 Aug 1850.
  M vi Nathan FARR was born on 21 Feb 1822. He died on 14 Sep 1893.
  M vii
William FARR [scrapbook] was born on 4 Oct 1820 in Kentucky, United States. He died 1 on 8 Apr 1848 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. He was buried 2 on 11 Apr 1848 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States.
  F viii Sarah Ann FARR was born in BET 14 SEP 1827 AND 1829. She died on 4 Mar 1850.
  F ix
Julia Ann FARR was born about 1832 in Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States.



Needs more research!

James Logan FARR [Parents] 1 was born in 1814 in Kentucky, United States. He died 2 on 25 Feb 1899 in Alanthus Grove, Gentry, Missouri, United States. He was buried 3 in 1899 in Atlanthus Grove, Gentry, Missouri, United States. James married 4 Delilah TEAGUE on 20 Mar 1836 in Morgan, Indiana, United States.

1850 Morgan Co., IN, census index, pp.66B-67A, Ray Twp., Nov. 2, 1850, C. Stafford: 790/790, JAMES FARR, 32 M, farmer, $1200 real, KY; Delilah, 28 F, NC; Wm. L., 13 M, IN; Jefferson C., 10 M, IL; B. L., 8 M, IL; Mary E., 6 F, IN; Sarah E., 5 F, IN; C.A., 3 F, IN; E., 1 F, IN.

FindAGrave memorial #44728079:
The following is from an unknown newspaper in the Neoga, Cumberland Co., Illinois area where his son, William Logan Farr, lived. The date of 1899 is penciled in.
"James Farr Dead. [1899]
James Farr aged 84 years died Feb. 25th in Atlantic,[sic] Mo. of heart disease. He was born in 1815 while his father was fighting the British under Gen. Jackson at New Orleans. He lived a long and useful life, being a farmer, and brought up a large family, of 12 children, three of his sons serving in the war of the rebellion, one of whom W. L. Farr resides east of this city and is one of our most honorable citizens." From a scrapbook of news clippings of his granddaughter, Ethel Grace (Farr) Deal.

Delilah TEAGUE 1 was born on 10 Feb 1816 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United States. She died 2 on 10 Nov 1892 in Stanberry, Gentry, Missouri, United States. Delilah married 3 James Logan FARR on 20 Mar 1836 in Morgan, Indiana, United States.

Marriage Notes:

CENSUS: 1870 United States Federal Census
about James Farr
Name: James Farr
Birth Year: abt 1815
Age in 1870: 55
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1870: Neoga, Cumberland, Illinois
Race: White
Gender: Male
Value of real estate: View image
Post Office: Neoga
Household Members: Name Age
James Farr 55
Delila Farr 52
Benjaman Farr 28
Elizebeth Farr 20
James M Farr 18
Malinda Farr 16
Martha Farr 14
John A Farr 10
Cynthian Deal 22
Libbie Deal 3
Thomis Deal 1
Frankie Deal 3/12

They had the following children.

  M i William Logan FARR was born on 24 Dec 1837. He died on 6 Oct 1904.
  M ii Dr. Jefferson Coleman "Little Doc" FARR was born on 9 Dec 1840. He died on 20 Aug 1906.
  M iii
Benjamin Franklin FARR [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 5, 6 on 5 Nov 1840 in Morgan, Indiana, United States. He died 7, 8 on 13 Jun 1914 in Alanthus Grove, Gentry, Missouri, United States.
  F iv Marietta FARR was born on 5 Mar 1843. She died on 2 Feb 1927.
  F v
Sarah Ann FARR 1, 2 was born on 7 Nov 1844 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. She died on 30 Jan 1866 in Illinois, United States. She was buried 3 in Neoga, Cumberland, Illinois, United States.

Named Sarah E. Farr in the 1850 census.
  F vi Cynthia Ann FARR was born on 2 Oct 1846. She died on 20 Jun 1913.
  F vii Elizabeth FARR was born about 1849.
  M viii James Madison FARR was born on 19 Feb 1850. He died on 15 Dec 1937.
  F ix Malinda FARR was born about 1853. She died on 28 Oct 1886.
  F x Martha FARR was born in 1855. She died in 1896.
  M xi
John Allen "Johnnie" FARR [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3 was born 4, 5 on 30 Jul 1859 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. He died 6 on 19 May 1946 in Albany, Gentry, Missouri, United States.

Living with his brother Benjamin in 1900.

Richard LAUGHLIN was born 1 on 6 Aug 1800 in North Carolina, United States. He died 2 on 8 Dec 1876 in Indiana, United States. Richard married Matilda FARR in 1829 in Kentucky, United States.

Matilda FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 18 May 1809 in Kentucky, United States. She died 2 on 9 Sep 1867 in Indiana, United States. Matilda married Richard LAUGHLIN in 1829 in Kentucky, United States.

The 1810 census shows James having one female in the houshold 0-9 years of age. This would be Matilda or possibly Malinda.


Martin GREGSON was born in 1806 in Owen, Indiana, United States. Martin married 1 Malinda FARR on 13 May 1834 in Owen, Indiana, United States.

Malinda FARR [Parents] was born in 1810 in Kentucky, United States. Malinda married 1 Martin GREGSON on 13 May 1834 in Owen, Indiana, United States.


Jefferson C. FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1, 2 on 25 Dec 1812 in Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States. He died 3 on 29 Dec 1883 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. He was buried on 1 Jan 1884 in Union Cemetery, Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. Jefferson married 4, 5 Sarah MILLER on 6 Feb 1834 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States.

1850 Morgan Co., IN, census index, pp.50A-B, Bakers Twp., Sept. 25, 1850, G. Stafford: 576/576, JEFFERSON FARR, 45 M, farmer, $3000 real, KY; Sarah, 35 F, KY; Julia A., 14 F, IN; Elizabeth, 12 F, IN; James, 8 M, IN; Catharine, 7 F, IN; Thomas, 6 M, IN; Sarah, 5 F, IN; Martha, 1 F, IN. Julia, Elizabeth, James, Catharine, Thomas attend school.

1860 Morgan Co., IN, census index, JEFFERSON FARR, p.911, Baker Twp.
1860 Morgan Co., IN, census index, JEFFERSON C. FARR, p.938, Ray Twp.


Counties of Morgan, Monroe and Brown, Indiana. Historical and Biographical. Charles Blanchard, Editor. Chicago: F. A. Battey & Co., Publishers, 1884. MORGAN COUNTY, INDIANA BAKER TOWNSHIP PAGE 364:

JEFFERSON FARR (deceased), was born December 25, 1812, at Lexington, Ky., and was one of the family of James and Catherine (Kurry) Farr, respectively of English and Irish descent. James Farr was a soldier in the war of 1812, and came to and settled in Ray township in in 1824. Jefferson Farr married, February 26, 1834, Sarah Miller, to which union were bestowed twelve children, eight of whom are living - Julia, James, Thomas, Jane, Martha, Joseph, Angeline and William H. In 1841, Mr. Farr moved to this township, where he met his death December 29, 1883. He was the owner of about 300 acres, well improved and provided with a good residence. During life, he gave to each of his children about $1,500. He was an industrious and prudent man, by the exercise of which virtues he accumulated his property. He was a leading Republican of this township, and served several terms as Township Trustee. Mr. and Mrs. Farr were both members of the Baptist Church.

Sarah MILLER was born 1, 2 on 1 Jul 1817 in Kentucky, United States. She died 3 on 13 Feb 1894 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. She was buried in Feb 1894 in Union Cemetery, Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. Sarah married 4, 5 Jefferson C. FARR on 6 Feb 1834 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States.

They had the following children.

  F i Julia Ann FARR was born on 18 Dec 1835. She died on 19 May 1895.
  F ii Elizabeth FARR was born on 19 Nov 1837. She died on 11 Apr 1879.
  M iii James Barber FARR was born on 20 Mar 1840. He died on 5 Jun 1925.
  F iv Catherine FARR was born on 3 Feb 1842. She died on 17 Jan 1880.
  M v Thomas Jefferson FARR was born on 1 Jan 1844. He died on 20 Dec 1935.
  F vi Sarah Jane FARR was born on 2 Nov 1845. She died on 23 Sep 1929.
  F vii Martha Isabel FARR was born on 8 Jun 1839. She died on 29 Jan 1933.
  F viii Matilda FARR was born on 23 May 1851. She died on 24 Jun 1872.
  M ix Joseph Marshall FARR was born on 13 Jul 1854. He died on 16 Jan 1922.
  M x John Dabney FARR was born on 10 Dec 1855. He died on 22 Dec 1877.
  F xi Angeline A. FARR was born on 11 May 1858. She died on 31 Aug 1912.
  M xii William Harrison FARR was born on 23 Mar 1861. He died on 13 Nov 1940.

Daniel Curry FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 8 Jun 1817 in Jefferson, Indiana, United States. He died 2 on 15 Aug 1850 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. He was buried 3 on 17 Aug 1850 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. Daniel married 4 Susannah TEAGUE on 21 Feb 1836 in Morgan, Indiana, United States.

Susannah TEAGUE [scrapbook] was born 1, 2 on 13 Feb 1810 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United States. She died 3 on 30 Aug 1901 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. Susannah married 4 Daniel Curry FARR on 21 Feb 1836 in Morgan, Indiana, United States.

Susannah was counted in a census 5 in 1850 in Ray Township, Morgan, Indiana, United States.

Other marriages:
BAKER, James H.

They had the following children.

  M i Nathan Logan FARR was born on 18 Dec 1837. He died on 23 Sep 1913.
  F ii Hannah FARR was born on 13 Dec 1840. She died on 21 Jul 1898.
  M iii Dr. Uriah Hester FARR was born on 23 Oct 1846. He died on 2 Oct 1934.

Nathan FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3, 4 was born 5 on 21 Feb 1822 in Wayne Township, Marion, Indiana, United States. He died 6 on 14 Sep 1893 in Morgan, Indiana, United States. Nathan married 7 Martha GOSS on 26 Jan 1843 in Owen, Indiana, United States.

Republican Progress, Sept. 20, 1893.
FARR, Nathan
Father of Dr. A. C. Farr. Died in Morgan Co. on Thursday (Sept. 14, 1893). Age 70. A Civil War veteran.

1850 Morgan Co., IN, census index, p.50B, Bakers Twp., Sept. 25, 1850, G. Stafford:
583/583, NATHAN FARR, 24 M, farmer, $1500 real, IN; Martha, 23 F, IN; Isabel, 6 F, IN; Alexander C., 4 M, IN; Sarah C., 2 F, IN.

1860 Morgan Co., IN, census index, NATHAN FARR, p.913, Baker Twp.
1860 Morgan Co., IN, census index, NATHAN FARR, p.938, Ray Twp.

Martha GOSS 1 was born 2 on 12 Aug 1827 in Owen, Indiana, United States. She died 3 on 10 Feb 1864 in Baker, Sullivan, Indiana, United States. Martha married 4 Nathan FARR on 26 Jan 1843 in Owen, Indiana, United States.

They had the following children.

  F i
Isabel FARR [scrapbook] 1 was born on 9 Sep 1844 in Morgan, Indiana, United States. She died 2 on 11 Sep 1862 in Morgan, Indiana, United States.

Isabel was counted in a census 3 in 1850 in Baker Township, Morgan, Indiana, United States.


Inscription:
ISABELLA
DAU. OF
NATHAN & MARTHA
FARR
DIED
SEPT. 11, 1862
  M ii Dr. Alexander Campbell FARR was born on 11 Sep 1846. He died on 13 Oct 1930.
  F iii Sarah C. FARR was born on 7 Jul 1848. She died in Aug 1871.
  M iv
Daniel Webster FARR [scrapbook] 1 was born on 2 Nov 1850 in Morgan, Indiana, United States. He died 2 on 9 Mar 1866 in Morgan, Indiana, United States.
  F v Melinda Juretta FARR was born on 2 Jan 1852. She died on 13 Apr 1878.
  F vi Rebecca Savannah FARR was born on 17 Feb 1853. She died on 1 Dec 1889.
  F vii Martha Bethsaida "Bertha" FARR was born on 14 Apr 1857. She died on 20 Mar 1942.
  F viii Queen Victoria FARR was born on 8 Oct 1859. She died on 31 May 1942.
  M ix
Curtis Daniel FARR [scrapbook] 1 was born on 5 Nov 1861 in Morgan, Indiana, United States. He died in 1862. He was buried in 1862 in Morgan, Indiana, United States.
  M x
Scott Barber FARR [scrapbook] was born 1 on 4 Nov 1862 in Morgan, Indiana, United States. He died 2 on 19 Dec 1863 in Morgan, Indiana, United States. He was buried 3 in Dec 1863 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States.

From Robin Allison: "County records show DOD as 12-19-1863 and age as 1 year 15 days Son of Nathan and Martha." 
 
Inscription:
"DEC. 1_. 18__.
aged
1 Y___. & 15 D."

Charles OVERMAN was born in 1825 in Kentucky, United States. Charles married 1 Sarah Ann FARR on 18 Mar 1849.

Sarah Ann FARR [Parents] was born 1 in BET 14 SEP 1827 AND 1829 in Kentucky, United States. She died 2 on 4 Mar 1850 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. She was buried 3 in Paragon, Morgan, Indiana, United States. Sarah married 4 Charles OVERMAN on 18 Mar 1849.

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