|Birth: ||Sep. 10, 1892|
|Death: ||Oct. 25, 1959|
Sybley began his employment career as a clerk in 1914 Birmingham, AL at age of 22. When he enlisted in the Army at Cleveland, Ohio on 19 Sep 1917, he was working as a railroad pipefitter.
He was shipped to France as part of the WWI American Expeditionary Force on 31 Mar 1918 and returned to the states on 22 Jun 1919 and was honorably discharged 01 Jul 1919. Extant postcards to his wife show he served in Nevers, France. He was a Private First Class in Company "D" 19th Engineers.
He came back from WWI to his old job of pipefitter in Birmingham, AL. He worked for both the railroad and a steel mill as a pipefitter until he retired in the early 1940s.
The Children of Sybley and Willie (Schwend) Farrar were: Elizabeth Estella Farrar, b. 08 Sep 1914, d. 18 Feb 1987; Cathryn Virginia Farrar, b. 19 May 1921, d. 03 Dec 2011.
Charles Thomas Farrar (1851 - 1933)
Rosalind Virginia Dawn Farrar (1857 - 1933)
Willie Oliver Schwend Farrar (1893 - 1984)*
Elizabeth Estella Farrar McGehee (1914 - 1987)*
Maye Hardwick Farrar Gresham (1874 - 1960)*
Thomas Bennett Farrar (1877 - 1888)*
William Charles Farrar (1879 - 1958)*
Ogden Shelby Farrar (1881 - 1955)*
Jimmie Oden Farrar Tucker (1885 - 1936)*
Sam Cross Farrar (1888 - 1967)*
Dawn Franklin Farrar (1890 - 1944)*
Sybley John Farrar (1892 - 1959)
Enoree Yvonne Farrar Jackson (1895 - 1970)*
Edward Larston Farrar (1898 - 1980)*
PFC CO D 19 ENGINEERS World War I
Maintained by: Gresham Farrar
Originally Created by: CDinsmore
Record added: Oct 28, 2011
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