Ethel <I>Martin Sapp</I> Farrar

Ethel Martin Sapp Farrar

Birth
Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia, USA
Death 24 Aug 1990 (aged 87)
Whitfield County, Georgia, USA
Burial Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia, USA
Memorial ID 50880575 · View Source
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Ethel Martin Sapp was the daughter of William Martin and Ethel M. (Snow) Sapp of Dalton, GA. They were married on 22 Jan 1902. William Martin Sapp was a lawyer and was elected as Clerk of Superior Court of Dalton, GA in 1901 and served continually until the late 1920s. William Martin Sapp, born 07 Jun 1876, was the son of George W. Sapp and his wife, Julia (Martin) Sapp.

The 1910 US Census of Dalton Ward 5, Whitfield Co., GA enumerated the household of 34 Y/O William Martin Sapp, a Clerk of Dalton Georgia Superior Court born in GA, and his 30 Y/O wife, Ethel M. (Snow) Sapp, born in GA. Also living in the household were their children: 7 Y/ O Ethel Martin Sapp; 5 Y/O Eugenia Lovelace Sapp and 3 months old William Martin Sapp, Jr.

The 1920 US Census of Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA enumerated the household of 42 Y/O William Martin Sapp, a Clerk of Dalton Georgia Superior Court, and his 39 Y/O wife, Ethel M.(Snow) Sapp. Also living in the household were their children: 16 Y/O Ethel Martin Sapp, a student; 15 Y/O Eugenia Lovelace Sapp, a student; 10 Y/O William Martin Sapp, Jr., a student, and 4 Y/O Dorothy C. Sapp.

The 1930 US Census of Dalton, Whitfield Co., GA enumerated the household of 53 Y/O William Martin Sapp, a general practice lawyer, and his 50 Y/O wife, Ethel M. (Snow) Sapp. Also living in the household were their children: 26 Y/O Ethel Martin Sapp, a public school teacher; 24 Y/O Eugenia Lovelace Sapp, a public school teacher; 20 Y/O William Martin Sapp, Jr. and 14 Y/O Dorothy C. Sapp.

Following the death of her husband in 1941, the widow, Ethel M. (Snow) Sapp, is recorded yearly in the Dalton, Georgia City Directory until it ceased publication in 1960.

Ethel Martin Sapp was a public school teacher in Dalton, GA for many years prior to her marriage. She married William Baker Farrar on 26 Feb 1945. The union did not result in any children.

Their hobbies were genealogy research, fishing and boating. Attached is a 1956 photo of William and Ethel Farrar with their catch of 158 King Mackerel, the lightning of the sea, weighting 1480 pounds caught from their boat the "Sea-Farrar" in the Gulf of Mexico off shore from "Farrar's Landing", St. Petersburg, FL. Together they published the genealogy book, "The Farrars" in 1964.

Sources:
1) "The Farrars" by William B. and Ethel Farrar, 1964, pp21, 22, 50, 51, 110.
2) "John Pankey of Manakin Town, Virginia, and His Descendants" by George Edward Pankey, Vol. I, 1969, p439.
3) "A History of the Sapp Family" Compiled and Published by J. Gooden Sapp and H. W. Stanley, 1910, pp71-73.

Bio by Gresham Farrar.


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  • Maintained by: Gresham Farrar
  • Originally Created by: Jaime Crandell-Stapleton
  • Added: 9 Apr 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial 50880575
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Ethel Martin Sapp Farrar (12 Jan 1903–24 Aug 1990), Find a Grave Memorial no. 50880575, citing West Hill Cemetery, Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia, USA ; Maintained by Gresham Farrar (contributor 47643741) .