Ancestors of Tim Farr and The Descendants of Stephen Farr


William HAMLIN was born on 11 Jul 1756 in Clevedon, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. He died 1 on 14 Mar 1828 in England, United Kingdom. William married Mary about 1775 in England, United Kingdom.

Mary was born about 1758 in England, United Kingdom. She was buried 1 on 21 Jul 1822 in England, United Kingdom. Mary married William HAMLIN about 1775 in England, United Kingdom.

They had the following children.

  F i Betty HAMLIN was christened on 27 Oct 1776. She died on 1 Jan 1860.
  F ii Nancy HAMLIN was christened on 24 Oct 1779. She died on 6 Apr 1862.
  F iii Mary "Molly" HAMLIN was christened on 23 Sep 1781. She died on 8 Feb 1861.
  M iv William HAMLIN was christened on 23 Mar 1784. He died on 10 Aug 1843.
  F v Sarah HAMLIN was christened on 4 Feb 1787. She died in 1825.
  M vi George HAMLIN was christened on 18 Jan 1790. He died on 29 Jan 1844.
  F vii Ruth HAMLIN was born on 4 Nov 1792. She died on 21 Apr 1871.
  M viii Thomas HAMLIN was born in 1794. He died on 14 Nov 1867.
  F ix
Phebe HAMLIN was born in 1795 in Clevedon, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. She died on 1 Jun 1822.

James BARTLETT Jr. James married 1, 2 Ruth HAMLIN on 30 Apr 1838 in St John Baptist, Bristol, England, United Kingdom.

Ruth HAMLIN [Parents] [scrapbook] was born on 4 Nov 1792 in Clevedon, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. She was christened 1 on 25 Nov 1792 in Clevedon, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. She died on 21 Apr 1871 in Wrington, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. She was buried in Wrington, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. Ruth married 2, 3 James BARTLETT Jr on 30 Apr 1838 in St John Baptist, Bristol, England, United Kingdom.

Ruth was counted in a census 4 in 1841 in Wrington, Somerset, England, United Kingdom.

Other marriages:
WATKINS, Richard

RUTH HAMBLIN WATKINS' CONVERSION TO THE L.D.S. CHURCH

She had been deaf for three years when the Elders came to her home and asked if they might use her home for holding a meeting. After explaining who they were and that they had a message for the people, she said yes she liked anything that was good and would open her doors and invited the neighbors to hear what they had to say. They asked her to take a front seat; because of her deafness, they thought she might be able to hear some of their talk. After the meeting was over, the Elders asked her if she had heard any of it, and she said, "I have heard every word distinctly," and asked for baptism. Her husband was afflicted with paralysis and was forced to use crutches, and when he was converted and asked for baptism, the Elders told him that he could not expect to be healed and made well unless he had sufficient faith; so when he was ready for baptism, they ordained Ruth Hamblin's son an Elder. He was by a former husband named Richard Watkins, my great-grandfather so he would be able to help in the baptism because of ____ condition. After the baptism, they brought him his crutches. He walked out of the water and all the way home without the aid of anyone or the crutches. Next morning he walked down to his shop; he was a cooper by trade. He made a bucket and carried it in his hands and swung it around and declared to all the people that he had been healed by the power of the Lord and through his faith. Through this testimony many people in England were converted to the Church.

Scanned and edited by David Cook and Sherrie Markman, Sept 1998.

CENSUS: Ruth Bartlett age 40, husband James Bartlett age 35. Children: John Watkins age 12, Thomas [Henry] Watkins age 10 and Charles Watkins age 9.


George ROLFE. George married Sarah Ann WATKINS on 16 Jan 1843 in Banwell, Somerset, England, United Kingdom.

Sarah Ann WATKINS [Parents] was born on 1 Jun 1817 in Rickford, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. She died on 8 Sep 1859 in Bristol, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. Sarah married George ROLFE on 16 Jan 1843 in Banwell, Somerset, England, United Kingdom.


Isaac BATH. Isaac married Mary Ann WATKINS.

Mary Ann WATKINS [Parents] was born in BET 20 APR 1820 AND 1827 in Wrington, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. She died on 2 Aug 1892. Mary married Isaac BATH.


Henry Thomas WATKINS [Parents] was born on 5 Jan 1831 in Wrington, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. He was christened on 30 Jan 1831. He died on 17 Sep 1905. Henry married Eliza CLEEVE.

Eliza CLEEVE. Eliza married Henry Thomas WATKINS.


Charles Frederick WATKINS [Parents] was born on 10 Oct 1832 in Wrington, Somerset, England, United Kingdom. He died on 12 Nov 1904 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. He was buried in Nov 1904 in Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Charles married Elizabeth Mary LOUD on 22 Nov 1852 in St Mary Redclif, Bristol, England, United Kingdom.

Elizabeth Mary LOUD was born on 24 Dec 1828 in Lambeth, Surrey, England, United Kingdom. She died on 24 Sep 1912 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Elizabeth married Charles Frederick WATKINS on 22 Nov 1852 in St Mary Redclif, Bristol, England, United Kingdom.


Jonathan FARR 2nd [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1, 2, 3 on 4 Feb 1724/1725 in Littleton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. He died 4, 5 about 25 Feb 1791 in Chesterfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. Jonathan married 6, 7 Marey WINSLOW on 19 Jan 1757 in Hardwick, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States.

He was counted in a census 9 in 1790 in Chesterfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. His will was probated 10, 11 in 1792 in Chesterfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States.

Other marriages:
WELLS, Mary
, Rebecca

Jonathan Farr was styled the second in 1776. There were four adult Jonathan Farr's in the area at the time so they styled them 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th to avoid confusion on the tax records etc. and it had nothing to do with generation.

I found the original Estate files of Jonathan Farr 2nd on Ancestry.com dated 1972. His estate was administered by Jonathan Farr 3rd who would be his first cousin once removed. Jonathan Farr 3rd was noted on several pages of the estate files as "Jonathan Farr 3d now 2d". This proves that the numbers had nothing to do with generation. On the eighth page of the papers it mentions "Cash paid the deceaseds widow for the support and maintenance of one child under 7 years old from Feby 25th 1791 to March 20th 1793". This would lead one to believe that Jonathan Farr 2nd died abt Feb. 25, 1791. The child under 7 would be Charlotte Farr daughter of Rebecca/Robena the third wife of Jonathan Farr 2nd.

Jonathan sold his homestead Apr 27th, 1768 to Isaac Thomas. It was bounded on the East by the Ware River South by the land of Thomas Farr and west by the highway.

Marriage from the "Chesterfield, N.H. History" it only mentions of his wives that "there were 3 of them". Married Mary Wells 5 Jun 1751 (from Vital Records of Hardwick  974.43/H3, v2b) and had William and Jonathan in Hardwick.  Jonathan's Great Grandson, Marshall H. Farr, went to Hamilton, Ontario and built railroads. Marshall's son, Herbert Marshall Farr, went from Hamilton to Hespeler, Ontario to start a factory making alpacca. Later he moved the factory to Holyoke, MA., he employed over 1,000 people. He married Annie Hespeler, daughter of Jacob Hespeler of Hespeler, Ontario. (from "The Farr Genealogy" by Rev. Charlese N. Sinnett)

Book Area US/CAN 973 C4 of Supp. 1 "The Order of the Founders and Patriots of America" Jonathan Farr: he signed the association test.

FHL film #0563308 "Stow, Massachusetts, 1683-1933" p.70:
FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR

DURING the French and Indian War, from 1755 to 1763, the town furnished soldiers for the army at Fort William Henry, Crown Point, Canada and Nova Scotia. Sometimes when the soldiers were leaving for the seat of war, services were held by the resident minister. Thus, on the 23rd of June 1755, Rev. Mr. Gardner preached at the desire of Capt. William Pierce, being the day he began his march with his company for Albany, in the expedition against Crown Point. Samuel Preston was a captain in the army in 1756. In Capt. Pierce's company, Michael Law was sergeant, John Law was corporal, Jonathan Farr was drummer, Nathan Whitney; Solomon Taylor, Josiah Wetherbee Jonathan Pierce of Stow, were privates. Ephraim Powers was sergeant in Capt. Preston's company, and Ezekiel Davis in another company. May 22, 1758, Ensign Jabez Brown and others of Stow, whose names are not known, started to join the army destined for Canada. In April, 1760; others started for Crown Point.

The following Stow soldiers went to Canada in 1760: Joshua Brown, Jonathan Far, Phineas Fuller, Amos Gates, Simon Gates; Abra Gates, Paul Graves, and Solomon Savcas, a servant of Mary Hapgood. None of the men were killed in the army during the war, but the following died while in service from diseases contracted in camp: January 4, 1756, Capt. Ephraim Brown, a few after his return from the army; July 23, 1758, Ebenezer Gates died at Lake George May 24; 1760, Abel Ray died at Shrewsbury, on his march to the army; November 1760, Isaac Taylor died at Crown Point; November 28, 1761, Stephen Houghton while returning from Crown Point. Robert Lawrence held a garrison a short time; was promoted Captain; was mortally wounded in an attack on the fort in 1690, by the French and Indians. Captain Thomas Lawrence, commander of a company, enlisted in the French War in 1758, from Pepperell and vicinity.

Jonathan Farr was a Revolutionary War Soldier also from New Hampshire. In Vol. XV of New Hampshire Rev. Rolls, reference is made to the service of Private Jonathan Farr who served under Capt. Kimball Carllon and Col. Moses Nichols, enlisted or marched from Chesterfield, N. H. in July 1777.

The following shows all four adult Jonathan Farr's in Chesterfield  at the same time: "On April 12, 1776, the Committee of Safety of the State of NH, required that all males above 21 years of age to sign a DECLARATION, which read as follows: "We, the Subscribers, do hereby Solemnly engage and promise that we will, to the utmost of our Power, at the Risque of our Lives and Fortunes, with Arms, oppose the Hostile proceedings of the British Fleets and Armies against the United American Colonies." The Selectmen of Chesterfield in 1776, namely Ephraim Baldwin, Michael Cresey and Samuel Hildreth went about obtaining signatures. On June 12, 1776 the selectmen made their return, "In obedience to the within Declaration that we Rec'd from your Honors, we proceeded According to your Directions and the persons Names underwriten are those that Refuse to sign the Declaration on your paper: Capt. Jona. Hildreth. Eseek Earl. Lieut. Ephraim Whitney. Ebenezer Harvey. Ephraim Whitney. Joseph Prentice. Elisha Walton. Sam'l Davis Converse. Eleazer Pomeroy. Silas Bennett. Ebenezer Cooper Sal. Keing [Sam'l King]. Ebenezer Fletcher Jr.----------------------- this was signed by the Selectmen of Chesterfield, Eph. Baldwin, Moses Smith Jr., Michael Cresey, Ephraim Hubbard and Samuel Hildreth. NAMES OF THOSE WHO SIGNED THE DECLARATION: Abraham Wood, John Pratt, Simon Davis, Nathaniel Bingham, Isaac Davis, Abel Ray, John Snow, Samuel Farr, Oliver Cobleigh, Nehemiah Merrill, Jonathan Farwell, Samuel Farr Jr., Oliver Farwell, John Haskell, Silas Thompson, Ezekiel Powers, William Farwell, Silas Wood,Jonathan Davis, Obadiah Merrill, Warren Snow, William Henry, Ebenezer Streeter, Daniel Farr, William Thomas, Amasa Colburn, Daniel Baldwin, Thomas Harris, William Simonds, Douglas Robbins, Amos Smith, Ullainell Merrill, Josh Smith [prob. Jos. Smith], Sherebiah Fay, Zur Evans, Jonathan Farr (4th), William Farr Jr.,Jonathan Farr (3d), Ithamar Chamberlain, Thomas Farr, Caleb Johnson, Benjamin Judson, Amos Streeter, Moses Smith, Abner Johnson, Josiah Streeter, Kimball Carlton, Michael Woodcock, Theodore Bingham, Jonathan Cobleigh, John Pierce, Jonas Stearns, Benjamin Colburn, Samuel Fairbanks, Ephraim Farr, Jonathan Farr (2d), Isaac Farr, Josiah Lamb, Thomas Darby, Samuel Walker, Joseph Metcalf, Archibald Robertson, Martin Warner, Andrew Colburn, David Stooder Jr.[David Stoddard Jr.] Lawrence Walton, Phineas Brown, Samuel Peacock, John Sanderson, John Peacock, William Fisher, Ephraim Baldwin ,Jonathan Hildreth Jr., Michael Cressey, James Wheeler Jr., Samuel Hildreth, Josiah Hastings, Moses Smith Jr., Andrew Hastings, William Aires, Noah Emmons, David Stone, Jonathan Cressey, John Grandy, Ephraim Wheeler, John Grandy Jr., John Cobleigh, Increase Lamb, Joseph Higgins, Abner Albee, James McElroy, Ebenezer Taft, Joseph Wheeler, John Richardson, James Wheeler, David Kinnison, Zenas Fairbanks, Joel Whitney, Nathan Bishop, David Farr, Isaac Hildreth, James Mansfield, Israel Johnson, Amos Hubbard, James Robertson, Jonathan Farr (1st), Elisha Rockwood, Patrick McMichael, Dan Cobleigh, Abijah Kingsbury, Aaron Farr, Ebenezer Gail, Peter Wheeler, Sylvanus Battey, Moses Ellis, Ebenezer Faver, Ephraim Hubbard, Abijah Stearns, Amos Davis, Matthew Gray, John White, William Hildreth, Nathan Metcalf, James Reed, John Bishop, John Ellis, Jonathan Cobleigh, Oliver Hubbard, Nathan Thomas, Michael Metcalf, Abel Emmons, Charles Johnson, William Robertson, Benjamin Smith, Edward Hildreth, Samuel Fletcher, James Davis, Abraham Farr, and Enoch Streeter.(One hundred and thirty-nine persons signed the declaration and thirteen refused to sign). The declaration was known as the"Association Test," and according to the returns that were made, was signed by eight thousand one hundred and ninety-nine persons in the colony of New Hampshire, while only seven hundred and seventy-three persons refused to sign."

Marey WINSLOW [Parents] [scrapbook] was born on 19 Aug 1736 in Rochester, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. She was christened 1 on 14 Jan 1744/1745 in Rochester, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. She died about 1776 in Chesterfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. Marey married 2, 3 Jonathan FARR 2nd on 19 Jan 1757 in Hardwick, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States.

Marey's name in most publications is listed as "Mercy" or "Marcy". Looking at the records of Hardwick closely and seeing how the letter "c" is wrtten in the records, her name is clearly "Marey" and on the birth record of her son Joshua, her name is simply spelled "Mary".

They had the following children.

  M i Joshua FARR was born on 23 Sep 1757. He died on 28 Aug 1815.
  M ii
Amos FARR was born 1, 2 on 9 Mar 1759 in Hardwick, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States.



No mention of him in Chesterfield New Hampshire History. May have married Mary Cobleigh 23 Sep 1804 in Chestefield.
  F iii Mary "Molly" FARR was born on 18 Oct 1760.
  M iv Moses FARR was born on 18 May 1762. He died on 14 Jul 1829.
  F v Mercy FARR was born on 23 Oct 1764. She died on 16 Dec 1839.
  M vi Asahel FARR was born on 22 Jan 1766. He died on 20 Feb 1823.
  F vii Abigail "Nabby" FARR was born in 1769. She died on 25 Jan 1837.

Alpheus FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1, 2 on 20 Feb 1784 in Chesterfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. He died 3, 4 on 13 Mar 1852 in Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont, United States. He was buried 5 in Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont, United States. Alpheus married 6, 7 Sybil FARR on 14 Sep 1804 in Chesterfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States.

Alpheus was counted in a census 8 in 1820 in Woodbury, Washington, Vermont, United States. He was counted in a census 9 in 1850 in Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont, United States.

Men of Progress- book of Kenosha, WI listed Asahel Farr, MD (Alpheus & Sybil's son) as grandson of Jacob Farr.

Alpheus is listed as a head of household in the household of Asahel in the 1810 Chesterfield N. H. census.

In the 1820 census he is living in Woodbury, VT. Males:1 age 0-9, 1 age 10-15, 1 age 26-44. Females: 3 age 0-9, 1 age 26-44.

In the 1850 census we find: Name: Alpheus Farr Age: 65 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1785 Birth Place: New Hampshire Gender: Male Home in 1850: Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont Household Members:
Name      Age
Albert Farr 1 (grandson)
Alpheus Farr 65
Asahel Farr 29 (son)
Martha J Farr 22 (daughter-in-law)
S Sampson 21

CENSUS: In the household of his son Asahel.

Sybil FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1, 2, 3 on 13 May 1787 in Chesterfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. She died 4, 5 on 13 Jan 1843 in Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont, United States. She was buried 6 in Peacham, Caledonia, Vermont, United States. Sybil married 7, 8 Alpheus FARR on 14 Sep 1804 in Chesterfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States.

They had the following children.

  M i Shubael FARR was born on 4 Mar 1805.
  M ii Dr. Hosea FARR was born on 14 Dec 1807.
  F iii
Sepha FARR was born 1, 2 on 26 Sep 1811 in Chesterfield, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States.
  F iv Edith FARR was born on 5 Dec 1814. She died on 7 Jul 1897.
  M v Pardon Davis FARR was born on 5 Sep 1816. He died on 1 Aug 1884.
  M vi John Ryley FARR was born on 30 Oct 1818.
  M vii Dr. Asahel FARR was born on 10 Oct 1820. He died on 13 Jun 1887.

William CRAWSHAW. William married Jane POULTER on 13 Jan 1852.

Jane POULTER [Parents] was born on 30 Jan 1822 in Esher, Surrey, England, United Kingdom. She was christened on 7 Apr 1822. Jane married William CRAWSHAW on 13 Jan 1852.

Other marriages:
HARRIS, Joseph William


William WALTON. William married Margaret DYES in 1532 in of St Michaels, Queenslittle, England, United Kingdom.

Margaret DYES. Margaret married William WALTON in 1532 in of St Michaels, Queenslittle, England, United Kingdom.

They had the following children.

  M i Andrew WALTON.

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