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Burdine Farmer
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Birth: Nov. 28, 1821
Fairview (Coffee County)
Coffee County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Aug. 16, 1911
Emhouse
Navarro County
Texas, USA

Biography of Burdine Farmer.


Burdine is thought to have come to Texas in the 1830's. He could have came with or followed his step-brother, Calloway Dean, as shown in the1830's Muster Rolls of the Texas Revolution (Daughters of the Republic ofTexas) p255 that he Calloway Deen was issued Donation Certificate for 640 acres of land for having participated in the storming and capture of Bexar, Dec. 5 to 10, 1835. Burdine at San Augustine County Texas for the Mexican War of 1847 and in the battle of Monterrey. He was 5'11" talland had blue eyes, fair skin and dark hair (note some remember him as having red hair, if so it was dark red).


The State of Texas }
County of Navarro } Know all men by these presents that I, Finley Cameron, of said state and county, for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred and fifty dollars in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby duly acknowledged, have this day bargained, sold and by these presents do bargain, grant and sell and convey to Berdine Farmer his heirs and assigns forever, the two following tracts of land lying on Richland Creek, Navarro County, Texas, being a part of the J. T. Bell League sold by Ward to Wm. Hunt bounded as follows: Beginning at the SW corner of the One Hundred and Eighty Seven [187] acre tract set apart to Julia A. Donahoo and running E. 30o North three hundred and eleven [311] varas Thence S. 30o East Eight Hundred and forty eight [848] varas Thence West 30o South Three Hundred and eleven [311] varas Thence North 30o West Eight Hundred and forty eight [848] varas to the beginning, containing Forty Six and three fourths [46 3/4] acres. The second tract beginning at a stake on the north line of the Eighty three [83] acres tract sold by Ward to Wm. Hunt at a distance of seven hundred and thirty six and one half [736 1/2] varas from the N.E. corner and running thence West 30o South Two Hundred and forty five and one half [245 1/2] varas thence South 30o East Two hundred and sixty three [263] varas to the beginning, containing Eleven and three fourth [11 3/4] acres with all the rights, privileges, tenements and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the said Berdine Farmer, his heirs and assigns forever and I, the said Fenley Cameron, for myself, my heirs, Executors and administrators, do hereby covenant with the said Berdine Farmer, his heirs and further representatives that I am sured in fee of said tract of land and will warrant and defend the same to the said Berdine Farmer, his heirs and assigns forever against any and all persons claiming any part thereof. In testimony whereof, I hereto set my hand and seal using scroll for seal this the 23rd of Oct 1871.


Witnesseth Fenley Cameron {seal}


State of Texas }
Navarro County} This day before me Sam R. Frost, Notary Public, in and for the County of Navarro, personally [page 631] appeared Finley Cameron to me well known who acknowledged that he hath signed and delivered the foregoing deed for all the purposes and considerations. To certify which I hereunto sit my hand and notorial seal this 23 day of October A.D. 1872.

{seal} Sam R. Frost,
Notary Public

The State of Texas, County of Navarro} I, H. V. Hurlock, clerk of the District Court of Navarro County, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original Deed and Certificate of Acknowledgement filed in my office at 3 o'clock P.M. on the 24th day of June A.D. 1872 and recorded.

Given under my hand this day and date both above written.

H. V. Hurlock.
Clk. D.C.N.C.


Comment: Please note that Burdine Farmer's name was BUrdine, not Berdine.



DEED
BURDINE FARMER TO T. P. SPARKS
160 Acres, Dresden, Navarro County, Texas
$1000.00 5 January, 1873



[Page 297]

THE STATE OF TEXAS }
COUNTY OF NAVARRO } Know all men by these presents that I, Berdine Farmer, of the aforesaid state and county, for and in consideration of the sum of One Thousand Dollars coin to me in hand paid by T. P. Sparks of same state and county the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have this day sold, alienated, and conveyed and by these presents do sell, alien and convey unto the said T. P. Sparks a certain tract or parcel of land containing One Hundred [page 298] and sixty acres & more particularly designated towit. Being the North West Corner of an Eight Hundred acre tract set apart by will of Alex Younger to the heirs of M. J. Shackleford, deceased, running down the Southwest line of said tract to what is known as the Price One hundred and fifty acre Survey. Thence East for quantity being a part of Meridith League To Have and to hold the Said land with all the rights and privileges thereunto or in any wise belonging to the same. I Berdine Farmer bind myself, heirs & Executors to warrant and defend the title of said land against all parties claiming the same or any part thereof unto the said T. P. Sparks, his heirs and assigns forever. In Testimony whereof I hereunto set my hand and affix my Seal in this the way of a Scroll in the Town of Dresden this the twenty fifth day of January A.D. 1873


B. FARMER {seal}
Witness
J. C. Sparks}
T. C. Sparks}

THE STATE OF TEXAS }
COUNTY OF NAVARRO} This day before me the undersigned authority personally appeared B. Farmer to me well known & being by me duly sworn, acknowledged that he made, executed, signed, sealed & delivered the foregoing deed bearing date 25th January, 1873 for all the purposes & considerations therein Stated to Certify which I hereunto set my hand and affix my official seal this 25th day of January, 1873.

James C. Key, J.P. and

Ex Officio Notary
Public N.C.

THE STATE OF TEXAS }
COUNTY OF NAVARRO} I, J. M. Doolen, Clerk of the District Court of Navarro County do hereby Certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the original Deed filed for Record in my office at 3 o clock P.M. February 19th 1873 and Recorded Same day. Given under my hand the day and date last above written.


J. M.
Doolen, C.D.C.N.C.

By S.H. Kerr, Deputy
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Marilla P. Farmer Deen (1806 - 1893)
 
 Spouses:
  Lovenia Speer Farmer (1832 - 1866)
  Sarah Jane Germany Howard Farmer (1849 - 1888)*
 
 Children:
  James Alexander Farmer (1851 - 1901)*
  Isaac M. Farmer (1853 - 1916)*
  Alfred Franklin Farmer (1859 - 1936)*
  Marth Ann Farmer Patterson (1863 - 1952)*
 
 Sibling:
  Burdine Farmer (1821 - 1911)
  Alexander Patton Farmer (1829 - 1890)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Zion Rest Cemetery
Corsicana
Navarro County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: Bill Wallace
Record added: Aug 06, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6665404
Burdine Farmer
Added by: Bill Wallace
 
Burdine Farmer
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Burdine Farmer
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