|Birth: ||Feb. 2, 1887|
|Death: ||Dec. 20, 1891|
The daughter of Richard Farrar, Jr. and his wife Nancy Jane Thurmond.
She was listed among their children in her father's 1888 biography:
From "History of Franklin, Jefferson, Washington, Crawford and Gasconade Counties", Goodspeed Publishing Co.; pub'd 1888.
Richard Farrar is a native of Franklin County, Mo., and was born December 8, 1832; he is the seventh of the eight children of Richard, Sr., and Lydia (Harrison) Farrar. His educational advantages were those of the common schools, and his life was spent on the farm with his parents until their deaths, the father dying in 1879 and the mother in 1873. March 7, 1860, he was united in marriage with Nancy J., daughter of Bennett Thurmond. They are the parents of eight children, of whom six are living, viz.: Thomas J., Emma (now the wife of J. W. Calvird), Richard B., Charles E., Arthur F. and Lillian.
Mr. Farrar still owns the old homestead of his father, consisting of 574 acres, to which he has made an addition, and which is well stocked with cattle, sheep, horses and hogs. He is also a member of the firm of R. Farrar & Son, of Champion City. A stanch Republican, he has never aspired to public office, having preferred the life of a quiet citizen, respected by all. He is one of the leading and substantial farmers of the county.
Lillian died age four and was buried on her parents' homestead.
Richard Fenton Farrar (1832 - 1908)
Nancy Jane Thurmond Farrar (1844 - 1923)
Emma P Farrar Calvird (1864 - 1928)*
Richard Bennett Farrar (1868 - 1952)*
Charles E. Farrar (1870 - 1963)*
Arthur Fenton Farrar (1878 - 1920)*
Lillian Pauline Farrar (1887 - 1891)
Farrar, Richard Family
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