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


William Henry JOHNS [scrapbook] was born 1, 2 on 10 Jun 1885 in Pleasant View, Weber, Utah, United States. He died 3 on 23 Oct 1962 in Gridley, Butte, California, United States. William married Lucinthia Carrie FARR on 17 May 1911 in Lewisville, Fremont, Idaho, United States.

Lucinthia Carrie FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 5 Jun 1890 in Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, United States. She died 2 on 31 May 1974 in Gridley, Butte, California, United States. Lucinthia married William Henry JOHNS on 17 May 1911 in Lewisville, Fremont, Idaho, United States.

Lucinthia was counted in a census 3 in 1900 in Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, United States.

A Short Sketch of My Life as I Remeber It (This story was told by Mom Johns at age 83)

I have not had such an exciting life but a very good and happy one. I was born in Lewisville, Idaho in 1890, to William and Anna Farr. I had three sisters, Maud, Norma and Lillian and three brothers, Vern, Clarence and Lavon.

I had a very happy childhood. My daddy had a farm and we all had to help by picking up the potatoes, hoeing beets and herding cows. Of course, we went to school but we had a one-room school house. In the winters we did not learn much in the short time we were in school.

We did have a lot of fun skating, sleigh riding and playing in the snow. We had a nice warm home to come home to when we got too cold. I have a lot of sweet memories of the parties and dances we went to. It was a happy childhood.

I was sixteen when my daddy and mother decided we had spent enough long, cold, winters in Idaho and decided to move to California. We arrived in Gridley January 16, 1907. We felt that we had found Paradise coming out of snow banks to the beautiful green grass. There were oranges on the trees and roses in bloom. It was a Paradise to us after so many years in the cold climate.

Daddy bought a home for us in town. In the spring, the high water ame and most of the town was covered. They came with a boat and took us to a hotel on Main Street as the water never got up on the Main Street, of course. That was exciting for us. The water soon went down and it did not do too much damage. It only got as high as part of our porch, not in the house.

Daddy was about ready to move back to Idaho or to the mountains. We did not have any drainage or any way to control the high water then. but is was not long before they found a way to control that problem.

We were among the first Mormons to come to Gridley. There were three other families who had come from Idaho. The Dewsnips were one of these families. They had two girls, Laura and Alicia who were the same ages as Lillian and I. They were real pals because the people here did not care much for Mormons settling here. Of course they didn't know anything about Mormons, only all the lies and bad things they had heard. They thought the Mormons were a different kind of people. We had to prove to them that we were no different than they were, only in our religious beliefs. Of yes, the boys wanted to find out what kind of girls Mormon girls were. They soon found out. We put them in their place and they treated us like ladies.

We had a lot of good times and difficult ones. We were still Mormons and we lived up to our standards and ideals. They soon found out that they could not run us out. We had grown from five families to 2000 strong. But enough about that. Back to my life.

After we were in Gridley about a year, I was homesick to go back to Idaho. My sister, Norma, never came to California with us. She had stayed in Idaho and married Edmund Taylor. I worked in the cannery and earned enough money to go back to see her. I stayed with her one winter, then I was satisfied to come back to California and be contented. I never again wanted to leave here. The people in Gridley found out that the Mormons were farmers and knew more about agriculture than they did and began to treat us much better.

We had a lot of good times. We went to dances in other towns, but we would have to go in the afternoon to go very far because we went by horse and buggy. The boys had fancy buggies and real foxy horses but it took hours to get where we were going. But, oh, what fun. Lillian and I always went together everywhere. We always felt safe if we stayed together.

Lillian did leave at this time for Idaho for a visit with Norma. As more Mormon families came to Gridley, we built a hall out of town in West Liberty. We held Church there and also dances and parties.

One night at Church there was a new member. I was introduced to him and he took me home. I guess it was love at first sight. It was Will Johns from Idaho. We went together for eight months and were married in Sacramento on May 17, 1911. Of course my life then changed. We were very happy. We had everything in life we had ever wanted. Will worked with Daddy. They were leveling and building canals. We had a cook wagon and I cooked for the men that were working for them.

The next year we were blessed with our first son Ersal. We were so happy and proud of him. Our love for each other grew stronger. I was kept busy with the baby to take care of and men to cook for, but time went on and so did we with our ups and downs.

Two years later we were blessed with another baby, Orland. At the time this event took place, I stopped cooking for the men and took care of my husband and baby. Will had a brother in Idaho who wanted him to come and help him dry farm. Of course, we were all for adventure.

At the same time, My Uncle Joe (Hansen) with his family of six boys, wanted to go to Utah. So we decided to make a trip of it. We had a nice team of horses and fixed up a wagon just like the campers we have now. The only difference was that we had horses to pull it instead of a car.

We left Gridley in June. It was September before we got to Idaho. We stopped and worked on the way putting up hay. We didn't have much money to go on. Ersal was four, Orland was two. They thought it was great fun riding and sleeping in the same place. We really did enjoy every day of it. As long as we were all together, that was all that mattered.

A year later another bundle of love was given to us, Leland. Of course we did want a daughter but we were real happy with another son. We stayed on the dry farm two years hauling water to drink in the summer and using melted snow in the winter. There was not much money to get by on. We moved into Idaho Falls and Will drove to work. It was here when we got our fourth son LaDell. I was so disappointed when we got another son, but we did love him just the same. Will said we will have a baseball team. He loved to play ball and everywhere we went he played on the ball team. We were still very much in love and it didn't seem to make much difference where we were.

We stayed in Idaho three years and then decided to return to Calfornia. My folks were still there, so I took the four boys and stayed with them until Will could move back. When he got back we moved up to Grenada. Now the boys were big enough to go to school. Will bought them a Shetland pony and they really had a lot of good times roaming the hills, chasing gophers and swimming with their dogs.

We moved onto a ranch and put up hay. I had another bunch of men to cook for and I baked eight loaves of bread every other day. We went to Church and had dances and parties. So it wasn't all work. Some of my happiest memories were when we lived there. One of our happiest was when the Lord blessed us with a daughter. I don't think any baby was ever received with more love than she was. We had waited for a daughter for so long. She was perfect in every way. The boys loved her as much as we did and still do. She was always her Daddy's shining star and we gave up on the ball team. Her Daddy named her Wanda.

We moved back to Gridley when she was a year old. It was nice to be back where we started from, still happy with our adventures behind us. We moved onto a farm in Gridley. The boys were big enough now that they could help their Daddy. We always had a job for them when they were not in school. He always wanted to keep them near him. They had cows to milk in the morning before school and again in the evening. So there wasn't much time for them to play around.

They all got through high school and grew up to be boys we were real proud of. Oh yes. We had some good times along with the hard ones. Every summer we took two weeks off to go on a family vacation. We always went up to Buck's Lake. Even when the boys had girl friends, they went with us. We still have a lot of sweet memories of our trips to the mountains.

Time marched on and the kids grew up all too fast. All of the children got married and we have four lovely daughters-in-law and one son-in-law and we love them all. They gave us nine grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren. So our family was complete and we are so proud of them all.

We were all alone again as it should be. The children all stayed near enough so that we could see them often and enjoy the babies as they came along. The boys all stayed close to their Daddy and worked with him buying cattle and running the trucks for the long hauls they had to drive.

We had some happy years and some sad ones. Will was in a wreck and was laid up for a couple of years. In fact, he never did get over it. In 1962 Will got sick and was taken from us. I was left alone and after living together almost sixty years, I felt like half my life had been taken away. But we have to go on living as best we can. That is when my family meant the most to me. They were so good to me. I had my little home and so much to be thankful for.

I went to the Temple and was sealed to him for all eternity. Now that I am sure when God calls me home and I meet my sweetheart again, it will be forever. Isn't it a wonderful belief and hope.

Now there is not much more I can or should write about as I am growing old and don't get around too well. But I still enjoy my family and many dear friends and thank my Father in Heaven for the wonderful life I have had.

I hope this will let you know how much I love you all.
Mom

(Carried joined her sweetheart on May 31st 1974 in Gridley, Butte, California - Marcia L Nelson)


John Thomas NIELSEN Jr. [scrapbook] was born 1 on 21 May 1890 in Ramah, McKinley, New Mexico, United States. He died on 30 Sep 1976 in Sacramento, California, United States. John married Lillian Francis FARR on 24 Jun 1914 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States.

Lillian Francis FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 28 Jun 1892 in Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, United States. She died 2 on 15 Dec 1982 in Carmichael, Sacramento, California, United States. Lillian married John Thomas NIELSEN Jr. on 24 Jun 1914 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States.

Lillian was counted in a census 3 in 1900 in Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, United States.


Clarence Henry FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 17 May 1896 in Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, United States. He died on 31 Jul 1993 in Gridley, Butte, California, United States. He was buried on 3 Aug 1993 in Gridley, Butte, California, United States. Clarence married Margaret Olive Cook MORRELL on 22 Jul 1918 in Logan, Cache, Utah, United States.

Clarence was counted in a census 2 in 1900 in Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, United States.

Other marriages:
FLOWERS, Ethel Pearl


Clarence Henry Farr was born the fourth child to Anna Hansen and William Freeman Farr and their oldest son. He was born in Lewisville, Idaho 17 May 1897
Clarence would have been about eleven years of age when Will and Anna sold out in Lewiston, Idaho and moved to Gridley, Butte, California.

Assimilation into the community was not easy, however. Many of the residents had heard weird tales of the "Mormons" and were not happy about them arriving in droves. When the children were pelted with rocks going to and from school, it was Clarence who responded in kind.

It is not clear why Clarence was in Logan, Utah, when he met the cute little English girl who was to become his wife. Margaret was born in Middleton, Moor, England 7 October 1897. She was an adopted daughter of George Heber Morrell and Margaret Pearson. Her biological mother had left the family and her father permitted L.D.S. missionary, George Morrell, to send Margaret to his wife in Utah in company of a convert family. The Morrell's had two sons and were happy to get a little girl.

Clarence and Margaret were married 22 July 1918 in Logan, Utah. They moved to Gridley to start life together and raise a family. They were blessed with three sons: Clarence Morrell 29 May 1919, Ronald William 10 December 1923 and William Freeman 2 December 1925.

During the great depression days, Clarence purchased a one-room cabin on Park Street in Gridley into which he Margaret and Morrell moved. Over the years he added to the cabin to make it a three-bedroom home for the five of them.

Like his father, Clarence loved to garden. He was also an avid fisherman and hunter and taught his three sons to love these sports. Game was very plentiful in the Sacramento Valley.

The boys grew up with numerous cousins, the sons and daughters of Lillian and Jack Nielson and Carrie and Will Johns. Morrell and young Jack spent time with their grandfather and loved to play pranks on him.

Participating in the extended family tradition, Clarence's family joined the others in the annual camping reunion at Buck's Lake.
All three of the sons served in World War II, Morrell and Bill in the Navy. Ronald had previously joined the Marines.

Clarence loved to play the piano and sing. He played "by ear", never having taken lessons to learn to read music. He had a warm, happy disposition with a ready smile and appeared to enjoy life.

He, along with his brothers and sisters, inherited their father's strong work ethics. Clarence was co-owner with Lavon in the Farr Brothers Sand and Gravel business and drove large dump trucks.

When Margaret died 10 June 1964 from lung cancer, he suffered great loneliness. He married Olive Ruth Porter on 16 April 1965 but they divorced in 1970. He then married Pearl Ethel Earl on 5 June 1971. He enjoyed Pearl's companionship until her death 26 December 1990. Clarence died 31 July 1993 in Gridley.

Margaret Olive Cook MORRELL was born on 7 Oct 1897 in Middleston, Moor, England. She died on 10 Jun 1964. Margaret married Clarence Henry FARR on 22 Jul 1918 in Logan, Cache, Utah, United States.

They had the following children.

  M i Clarence Morrell FARR was born on 29 May 1919. He died on 2 Feb 2006.
  M ii
William Freeman FARR was born 1 on 2 Dec 1925 in Gridley, Butte, California, United States. He died 2 on 28 Dec 2000. He was buried 3 on 3 Jan 2001 in Gridley, Butte, California, United States.

Clarence Henry FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 17 May 1896 in Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, United States. He died on 31 Jul 1993 in Gridley, Butte, California, United States. He was buried on 3 Aug 1993 in Gridley, Butte, California, United States. Clarence married Ethel Pearl FLOWERS on 5 Jun 1971 in Reno, Washoe, Nevada, United States.

Clarence was counted in a census 2 in 1900 in Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, United States.

Other marriages:
MORRELL, Margaret Olive Cook


Clarence Henry Farr was born the fourth child to Anna Hansen and William Freeman Farr and their oldest son. He was born in Lewisville, Idaho 17 May 1897
Clarence would have been about eleven years of age when Will and Anna sold out in Lewiston, Idaho and moved to Gridley, Butte, California.

Assimilation into the community was not easy, however. Many of the residents had heard weird tales of the "Mormons" and were not happy about them arriving in droves. When the children were pelted with rocks going to and from school, it was Clarence who responded in kind.

It is not clear why Clarence was in Logan, Utah, when he met the cute little English girl who was to become his wife. Margaret was born in Middleton, Moor, England 7 October 1897. She was an adopted daughter of George Heber Morrell and Margaret Pearson. Her biological mother had left the family and her father permitted L.D.S. missionary, George Morrell, to send Margaret to his wife in Utah in company of a convert family. The Morrell's had two sons and were happy to get a little girl.

Clarence and Margaret were married 22 July 1918 in Logan, Utah. They moved to Gridley to start life together and raise a family. They were blessed with three sons: Clarence Morrell 29 May 1919, Ronald William 10 December 1923 and William Freeman 2 December 1925.

During the great depression days, Clarence purchased a one-room cabin on Park Street in Gridley into which he Margaret and Morrell moved. Over the years he added to the cabin to make it a three-bedroom home for the five of them.

Like his father, Clarence loved to garden. He was also an avid fisherman and hunter and taught his three sons to love these sports. Game was very plentiful in the Sacramento Valley.

The boys grew up with numerous cousins, the sons and daughters of Lillian and Jack Nielson and Carrie and Will Johns. Morrell and young Jack spent time with their grandfather and loved to play pranks on him.

Participating in the extended family tradition, Clarence's family joined the others in the annual camping reunion at Buck's Lake.
All three of the sons served in World War II, Morrell and Bill in the Navy. Ronald had previously joined the Marines.

Clarence loved to play the piano and sing. He played "by ear", never having taken lessons to learn to read music. He had a warm, happy disposition with a ready smile and appeared to enjoy life.

He, along with his brothers and sisters, inherited their father's strong work ethics. Clarence was co-owner with Lavon in the Farr Brothers Sand and Gravel business and drove large dump trucks.

When Margaret died 10 June 1964 from lung cancer, he suffered great loneliness. He married Olive Ruth Porter on 16 April 1965 but they divorced in 1970. He then married Pearl Ethel Earl on 5 June 1971. He enjoyed Pearl's companionship until her death 26 December 1990. Clarence died 31 July 1993 in Gridley.

Ethel Pearl FLOWERS was born on 28 Apr 1901 in Grayson, Texas, United States. She died on 26 Dec 1990. Ethel married Clarence Henry FARR on 5 Jun 1971 in Reno, Washoe, Nevada, United States.


Aaron Lavon FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 14 Dec 1903 in Lewisville, Jefferson, Idaho, United States. He died 2 on 24 Sep 1979 in Plumas, California, United States. Aaron married Gladys Mae SCHROEDER on 11 Apr 1923.

Someone has said that when an elderly person dies, it is like a library burning to the ground. This statement appears to apply to Lavon because at this point there is a frustrating lack of detailed information available to us on this good and decent man. Those who knew him intimately have preceded him in death.

Lavon was born 14 December 1903, the last child born to William and Anna Hansen Farr.

His family moved from Idaho to Gridley California when he was four years old. His father would have taught him the satisfaction of hard work. He unquestionably learned to fish and hunt with his father, brothers and cousins. Numerous pictures give evidence of their huge success and their enjoyed camaraderie on these ventures.

How Lavon met Gladys Mae Schroeder, born 7 May 1903 is not known. She was born in Colusa, thirty miles to the west of Gridley. She was very pretty, soft spoken, as was Lavon. They made a handsome couple. They were married 11 April 1923. They had no children, but a nephew Jack Nielson, said Lavon spent a lot of time with him and that when it came to hunting and fishing, his Uncle Lavon filled the roll of father since Jack's own father had no interest in those sports. Lavon looked out for Jack's safety and saw that he had the best spots for hunting and fishing.

It was Lavon and Gladys who gave up their privacy and moved into his parent's home to care for Will after Anna died.

For many years Lavon was co-owner with his brother Clarence, of the Farr Brothers Sand and Gravel business. During World War II, both brothers and their wives moved to the San Francisco Bay Area where they worked in the shipyards. Lavon was employed as a heavy equipment operator and feminine, quiet Gladys was an overhead welder. After spending a few years in Gridley after the war, the brothers and their wives moved to Quincy, California up in the beautiful wooded Plumas County area where they operated a Dodge/Plymouth auto agency for several years. They later again returned to Gridley.

Lavon and Gladys, together with a close friend, were on a hunting trip near Lake Almanor in Plumas County, a place and activity that Lavon loved, when he suffered a fatal heart attack on 24 September 1979.

Gladys lived another eleven years, dying in Yuba City, Sutter, California 15 August 1990. They are both held in loving remembrance as gracious, gentle beings by the few nieces and nephews still living who knew them.

Gladys Mae SCHROEDER was born 1 on 7 May 1903 in Colusa, Colusa, California, United States. She died 2 on 15 Aug 1990 in Sutter, California, United States. Gladys married Aaron Lavon FARR on 11 Apr 1923.


George Edward HYDE [scrapbook] was born 1 on 23 Apr 1864 in Manchester, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. He was christened on 27 Aug 1865 in Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom. He died 2 on 22 Jun 1922 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States. He was buried on 25 Jun 1922 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. George married Lucretia Rosabell FARR on 15 Oct 1886 in Logan, Cache, Utah, United States.

Lucretia Rosabell FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] 1 was born on 17 Aug 1866 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. She died on 25 Sep 1957 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. She was buried on 27 Sep 1957 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Lucretia married George Edward HYDE on 15 Oct 1886 in Logan, Cache, Utah, United States.

Lucretia Rosabell (Rose) Farr was born August 17, 1866 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. The last child of Aaron Freeman Farr and Lucretia Ball Thorp.

When she was 19, she met George Edward Hyde. They courted for a year and then were married October 15th 1886 in the Logan Temple. George was born in Manchester England on April 23, 1864. His father died when he was very young and he changed his last name from Whitehead to Hyde, which is his mother's maiden name, for inheritance purposes. When he was nineteen he came to America as a convert. He landed in New York City. He came to Salt Lake and worked for Z.C.M.I's for nine years.

After their marriage they lived for a little while in part of the Farr house, then they moved to the house next door.

Rose and George welcomed the birth of their first born July 7, 1887, Vida Florence. They then had the following children all born in Ogden, Myrtle Cordelia b. April 1, 1889, George Aaron on August 12, 1891, and Charles Lyman b. November 28, 1892 (he died three years later December 15, 1895)

After Rose and George were marrried, he decided that he wanted to go into medicine so he went to the Unversity of California and John Hopkins and graduated in 1895. He would come home for summer vacations. Rose took in boarders and her parents helped out.

George practiced in Ogden for a little while, after which he had a friend in Rexburg, Idaho, who told him they needed a Doctor in the Snake River Basin in Idaho. He and Rose decided to move there to practice medicine. Dr. Hyde went first to find a place for the family to live. The train did not go through to Rexburg, so when Rose and the family arrived, George met them at Market Lake in a white top buggy. It was quite a long and rugged trip.

George had found them a three-room house where they lived until a new home could be built. Many hardships were encountered during the first year. The winters were extremely cold and Dr. Hyde and only one other doctor were available in the valley. This meant that he had to travel through out the area in those early days. He used horses and in the winter he went by sleigh. Rose would go with him sometimes. She would see to it that his feet were kept warm by heating bricks and wrapping them and placing them at this feet.

Here Afton Rose was born August 26, 1896. Followed by Clarisse born on August 1, 1899, Harold on June 1, 1902 (died same day) and Melba Estell on March 1, 1905.

George Hyde loved music and was an accomplished musician. He wanted his family to enjoy the arts, because he was the doctor for the railroad, they gave him rail passes and he would take the family to Salt Lake to see the opera and musical productions.

While in Rexburg the Hyde residence was the place Church authorities stayed and music lovers met. He was interested in Government affairs. George would bring everyone home to Mama for a good meal. Rose was lucky as she had a hired girl who could always help get a good meal available for visitors on quick notice. "Mama" is what George always called Rose.

Rose and George lived in Rexburg for 17 years. They they moved to Blackfoot State Mental Hospital.

Their next move was back to Salt Lake when he was asked to be director of the Utah Mental Hospital in Provo. The family lived in the institution and have taken some joking about that. They were all involved in the working of the hospital. George was very interested in trying to help the mental ill patients and he was successful. They named a building after him.

George went to Canada to give a paper on his treatment and ideas, Rose had gone with him. On the train during the return trip he had an appendicitis attack and waited until he returned to Salt Lake to have it taken care of. He died during surgery.

Rose moved in with her daughter Clarisse and helped raise Gloria. Gloria remembers being able to talk to her grandmother about anything. Rose made Gloria doll clothes. My father George Aaron Hyde returned from Idaho to be close to his mother. I remember staying over night with Grandmother. Marian my sister recalls toast and jam in the morning. In her later life her Doctor advised that she take a little whiskey for her heart. Rose refused to drink it, but would take it in a teaspoon like medicine. She as always loving and caring. She died at the age of 91 on September 25, 1957. She was the last surviving child of Aaron Freeman Farr, Sr.


Joseph Albertus FARR [Parents] 1 was born 2 on 1 Jan 1876 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. He died 3 on 10 Nov 1950 in Oakland, Alameda, California, United States. Joseph married 4 Ethel Jane DRURY on 24 Jun 1905 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States.

Joseph was counted in a census 5 in 1900 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States.

Other marriages:
WINTLE, Sarah Ann

Ethel Jane DRURY 1 was born 2 on 23 Dec 1883 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States. She died 3 on 28 Oct 1909 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States from of uremia. Ethel married 4 Joseph Albertus FARR on 24 Jun 1905 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States.


Joseph Albertus FARR [Parents] 1 was born 2 on 1 Jan 1876 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. He died 3 on 10 Nov 1950 in Oakland, Alameda, California, United States. Joseph married 4 Sarah Ann WINTLE on 22 Feb 1919 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States.

Joseph was counted in a census 5 in 1900 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States.

Other marriages:
DRURY, Ethel Jane

Sarah Ann WINTLE was born on 26 Jul 1885 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. She died on 18 Dec 1931. Sarah married 1 Joseph Albertus FARR on 22 Feb 1919 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States.


Emil Ludwig KELLER Jr. was born 1 on 10 Sep 1875 in Marysville, Seward, Nebraska, United States. He died 2 on 22 Apr 1964 in Antioch, Contra Costa, California, United States. He was buried on 27 Apr 1964 in Oakland, Alameda, California, United States. Emil married 3 Nellie Rosella FARR on 24 Nov 1896 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States.

Nellie Rosella FARR [Parents] was born 1 on 22 Oct 1877 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. She died 2 on 13 Nov 1955 in Oakland, Alameda, California, United States. Nellie married 3 Emil Ludwig KELLER Jr. on 24 Nov 1896 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States.


James REEDER [scrapbook] 1 was born on 15 Jun 1877 in Marriott, Weber, Utah, United States. He died 2 on 19 Mar 1939 in Marriott, Weber, Utah, United States. He was buried on 22 Mar 1939 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. James married 3 Marcia (Rachel) Aurora FARR on 19 Dec 1901 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States.

Marcia (Rachel) Aurora FARR [Parents] [scrapbook] 1 was born on 29 Aug 1880 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. She died on 7 Oct 1960 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States. Marcia married 2 James REEDER on 19 Dec 1901 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States.

Marcia was counted in a census 3 in 1900 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States.

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