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Farrar and related families (#47348938)
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BOYLANS in St. Johns Catholic Cem - Morrison, WI
Farrar and related families,

Spoke with the cemetery sexton today. Their records of where anyone is buried start with 1970 and work forward. The earlier records were lost when the church and parsonage came down. The Green Bay Diocese doesn't have records either.
I was told that a Jim Boylan, possibly related to those you were requesting, knew where everyone was buried in the St. John's Catholic Cemetery. The sexton suggested he sit down and draw a mapping of names and locations. Sadly, he passed away and this was never accomplished.
There is a tall BOYLAN monument on the far east side. The sexton thought that some burials might be around it but 4 (at least) of us volunteers have never found stones for Patrick, Sarah, or Thomas. If you'd like, I can place a photo of the tall monument for each. Otherwise, your requests will not be realized and you might as well remove them. Sorry, Bulldog
Added by Bulldog on Jun 28, 2017 5:25 PM
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
Riverside Cemetery
Whoops. The state should be MI - Michigan.
Added by MLW on May 11, 2017 10:05 AM
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
janice filbert
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: i also have a tree on, filbert/hunter tree 2.

janice nichols
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
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