|Tim & Grace||David Farrar & Judith Stoddard|
I am happy to be able to transfer the memorials for David Farrar & Judith Stoddard to you.
We have been in touch via this one way communication a few times, and things have always seemed to go okay.
I was a District 5 Chaplain for 2009 & 2010... but probably not the same State.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Added by Tim & Grace on Jun 07, 2017 6:22 PM
|Annis J Farrar Hill||Franklin Farrar|
Do you know anything about Franklin Farrar, parents John Farrar & Elizabeth Abernathy. wife Eleanor Pinkerton
Added by Annis J Farrar Hill on Jun 05, 2017 8:52 PM
|karen cuccinello||RE: VanValkenburg photo appears posted sideways.|
you can save it and flip it- I have posted lots of VanValkenburgs
Added by karen cuccinello on May 30, 2017 1:33 PM
Whoops. The state should be MI - Michigan.
Added by MLW on May 11, 2017 10:05 AM
|MLW||Ernest Luthy 1906-1906 Riverside Cem., Ironwood, MY|
Hello Farrar. I called the courthouse today as the cemetery is open. They have no Luthy of any first name listed. Sorry, Lynn
Added by MLW on May 11, 2017 10:04 AM
|Dianne J||Regarding Ida Farrar|
According to the obituary for the son of Ida Farrar buried in OK, the Ida Farrar in your family has Langley as part of her name, so was this her maiden name or from a previous marriage?
These are some genealogy records for the Ida Chambliss Farrar in Newton Chapel Cemetery where Charley and Martha Chambliss are also buried:
The only thing I cannot reconcile is the fact that both markers show the same years. The Ida Farrar in AR died April 16, 1986 and the Ida Farrar in OK is shown to have died April 1, 1986, a small discrepancy.
Please let me know what you find out. I will leave my entry until it can be determined who is where. As a side note, my husband knew the Ida Farrar who is in Newton Chapel, visited her in the nursing home, and this Ida Farrar had no children. Small community, everyone knows everyone. :)
Added by Dianne J on Apr 12, 2017 8:12 AM
|Dianne J||Regarding Ida Chambliss Farrar|
I found the other entry:
Where is Mrs. Farrar really buried? Or perhaps there was a cremation and the ashes divided? It needs to be cleared up where she is.
Added by Dianne J on Apr 11, 2017 2:28 PM
I believe this is my 3rd or 4th great grandfather. His son, James Hunter jr was my 2nd or 3rd grandfather. James hunter jr went to indiana and had children in marion county indiana. i have traced this grandfather back to north carolina but have hit a stump. my email is: email@example.com. i also have a tree on ancestry.com, filbert/hunter tree 2.
Added by janice filbert on Jan 14, 2017 11:08 PM
|B. Smith Newmans||Barbara Alice MacKesson Babsie|
Thank you for your memorial page and photos of Babs. i hadn't seen them in a long time Babs is/was my aunt. Her twin being my mother.
We have located her grave in Durham, Ct
Added by B. Smith Newmans on Jun 15, 2016 7:29 AM
|Green Jewell||Margaret Fisher Trowbridge #132483642 & Margaret Farrar Trowbridge #132483657|
I believe these two records are for the same person, Margaret Farrar Trowbridge and have been confused. Margaret Farrar was the wife of "Col." John Trowbridge and mother of "Capt" John Trowbridge
Added by Green Jewell on May 20, 2016 1:17 PM
|jackie||Howard (Abernathy) Mary K.|
I am related to Mary K. Howard who was married to Alexander Abernathy. Does anyone out there have any info on this marriage or on Mary K.'s family.
Would be very interested. Thanks, Jackie
Added by jackie on May 08, 2016 3:57 PM
|Roibeard||Infant McKesson at Holy Sepulchre|
Have you any idea where the "Stillborn Plot" is located? I've been going to Holy Sep for about 4 years now and have never seen such a section. Perhaps you should call the cemetery to get an exact location. You may also find locations for other McKessons there and this infant might be buried on that plot.
Added by Roibeard on Apr 02, 2016 11:39 AM
|Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts||Elisha Blackmar|
What have I done? 156828775 v. 118464978
Is his last name VanDuesen?
Added by Jacki, Weymouth Massachus... on Mar 12, 2016 8:51 PM
|Christine Thacker||Jennene Farrar Terry|
Here in her mothers obits it has her as a Dau. ?
""Survivors include two daughters, Jennene Terry of Columbus and Joyce Molton of Waynesboro, Ga.; six granddaughters, Jane
Added by Christine Thacker on Feb 23, 2016 7:35 PM
|Christine Thacker||Jennene Farrar Terry - Park Hill Cem.|
You have sent a duplicate for the change of her maiden name to her Middle name.
Do you have anything showing her middle name as Farrar?? You told me earlier todau that she was the dau ?? So I am gonna decline the request .
Found the 1940 census( pg 831?)
it has a Dau age 6 and with the way the spelling is this could very well be a Dau. ?? Jennie
Myrra Jassie Farker 6
Name: J C Farker
[James Elmer Farrar]
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1908
Marital Status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Home in 1940: Beallwood, Muscogee, Georgia
Map of Home in 1940: View Map
House Number: 5120
Inferred Residence in 1935: Beallwood, Muscogee, Georgia
Residence in 1935: Same Place
Resident on farm in 1935: No
Sheet Number: 25A
Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 410
House Owned or Rented: Rented
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 12
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 5th grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 40
Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in private work
Weeks Worked in 1939: 40
Income Other Sources: No
Neighbors: View others on page
J C Farker 32
Trandie Louise Farker 30
Joyce O Farker 8
Myrra Jassie Farker 6
Minnie Lee Kite 58
Fred Lee Kite 21
Added by Christine Thacker on Feb 23, 2016 7:28 PM
|William Houston||Leonard Farrar Sr.|
Thank you for getting back to me. I descend from Richard Farrar who married Hannah Warren. Based on DNA, I believe that Richard was most likely the son of Leonard's brother, Stephen Farrar.
The reason I asked about the tombstone inscription is that there has been a long running discussion about whether a Rene or Reynard Farrar found in early Virginia is the same man as Leonard Farrar Sr. If they were different individuals, then they were brothers, the sons of Richard and Elizabeth Sanders Farrar of Goochland and Pittsylvania Counties, Virginia. "Rene" was born in 1761 but Leonard says in his pension application he was born in 1764. So are they the same person? Your reading of the tombstone would support the idea that they are one and the same. Yet Alvahn Holmes, in her book "Some Farrar's Island Descendants" states that the tombstone gives a birth date of 4 August 1761.
May I ask if the tombstone actually gives a birthdate or if it is being computed from a statement that Leonard was X days, Y months, and Z years old? Maybe Mrs Holmes calculated wrong. I'm also curious if someone used flour or shaving cream to decipher the inscription.
Any assistance you can give me is much appreciated. I couldn't find your private e-mail address so here's mine:
Added by William Houston on Feb 23, 2016 10:51 AM
|William Houston||Leonard Farrar Sr.|
Has anyone visited the Giersa-Drace Cemetery and actually verified the birthdate of Leonard? The photo on Find-A-Grave is not legible due to weathering and I have seen printed accounts that say the stone has an 1761 date. Thank you.
Added by William Houston on Feb 22, 2016 8:58 AM
I just uploaded a photo as per your request and hope it is to your liking. I also took a very beautiful photo of the other side, which reads "Poole", and has very beautiful fancy carving of flowers. Would you like that uploaded also? It is of very good quality with excellent lighting.
Added by KSonier on Feb 18, 2016 6:47 PM
It would help me to fulfill your photo request if you would call All Soul's Cemetery and ask where she is buried. Thank you :-).
Added by BB on Feb 18, 2016 8:26 AM
|Mary S||RE: Happy Valentines Day|
I tried to find a death record online in Missouri, but could find none. There was a death index listing for Charles J. Markle in 1933 in Illinois, as well as another Charles Markle. Perhaps one of them is your Charles and his Illinois death certificate would give a clue to his burial place.
Home • Departments • Archives • Databases • Illinois Statewide Death Index
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Illinois Statewide Death Index
Search Criteria: Markle
Death certificates filed after 1947 are not currently available in the Illinois State Archives Reference Room. For deaths occurring after 1947, the death date will appear in BOLD
Last Name First Name Middle Name Sex/Race Age Cert No. Death Date County City Date Filed
MARKLE CHARLES F M/W Y-60 0001842 1936-01-27 KANE ELBURN - -
MARKLE CHARLES J M/W UNK 6019851 1933-07-27 COOK CHICAGO 33-07-27
Added by Mary S on Feb 14, 2016 2:58 PM
|Renee Schneider||Farrar / Woodmere, Detroit, MI|
Can you please call the office for exact grave locations? I was fulfilling some requests last year & found the staff will NOT give out info or maps unless you are family.
This makes it very difficult for Find A Grave members. I do have some maps to work with, but not all. Also this is a very large, old cemetery with NO lot markers. Many headstones have fallen, sunk & are ground covered. I have pinpointed some that were 4-6 inches down.
Since the cemetery staff is unhelpful, any other help for the volunteers would be appreciated.
Added by Renee Schneider on Feb 14, 2016 10:58 AM
|Donna Alexander Lander||elizabeth Cade Photo request, Greenwood Cemetery, Jackson MS|
A volunteer with the Historical Assoc for the cemetery responded to me when I was trying to find the grave to honor your request
The first name on the list is Elizabeth Care who is listed in the records as being buried in the old cemetery in 1880. I can guess where she is buried but there is no extant marker for her. She is the sister of Cynthia Thomson, my relative over in section 2 where the nice bench is now, and the mother of the niece of Cynthia Cade also buried in that lot. There is another daughter, Ann Cade Tabley buried in Section 5 and a grandson is buried in the old cemetery with his mother Ada Cade.
Added by Donna Alexander Lander on Feb 08, 2016 3:20 PM
|FDP||Susie Jackson Farrar|
I would have had her with just the middle initial, according to what is on the tombstone, and someone who had better knowledge of the family than myself would have requested that Jackson was her middle name. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of SAC requests, it would be impossible to keep records from each request. If you have information that is contrary to what was already submitted, I would certainly take it under consideration.
Added by FDP on Jan 28, 2016 1:56 AM
|Diana||RE: James H. Biggs photo|
I photographed the entire cemetery several years back. That was the only Biggs headstone in the cemetery at the time. I suppose there could be an unmarked grave or a new burial.
The census information that is posted in the memorial is for Stoddard County, MO. This Hilton cemetery is in Barry County.
Did your relative live in Barry County, MO? What are his birth and death dates?
Added by Diana on Jan 20, 2016 11:39 AM
|Mazz||James F Farrar 1867-1914|
James F Farrar Memorial# 39086752 married Jessie Henvey 1879-1970 Memorial# 39086764. I believe Jesse and I are related through a common immigrant ancestor though I haven't been able to prove it. Is there a wise 'ole Farrar sage I could exchange a little information with?
Added by Mazz on Jan 07, 2016 4:03 PM