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 Enoch Farmer

Enoch Farmer

Birth
North Carolina, USA
Death 25 Dec 1854 (aged 73)
Indiana, USA
Burial Independence, Warren County, Indiana, USA
Memorial ID 66827746 · View Source
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He was the son of Nathan Farmer (1764-1836) and Hannah Woodard. He married Phebe Vestal on April 27, 1806 in Surry County, North Carolina.

Enoch was one of the Warren County's earliest settlers. He operated a sawmill on the Kickapoo Creek near his home.

Warren County, Indiana was established on March 1, 1827 by the Indiana General Assembly. The short-lived town of Warrenton, named for Dr. Joseph Warren, was selected for the original county seat by the commissioners. The first county courthouse was a log house in this town that belonged to and was occupied by Enoch. The courthouse was relocated in June of 1829 to the present town of Williamsport.

Enoch was elected to be the first Treasurer of Warren County.


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Aged 73yrs, 10ms, 21ds


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  • Created by: Lesa Epperson
  • Added: 12 Mar 2011
  • Find A Grave Memorial 66827746
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Enoch Farmer (4 Feb 1781–25 Dec 1854), Find A Grave Memorial no. 66827746, citing Kickapoo Cemetery, Independence, Warren County, Indiana, USA ; Maintained by Lesa Epperson (contributor 46576986) .