Ancestors of Tim Farr and Descendants of Stephen Farr Sr. of Concord, Massachusetts and Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England


Rick Edward AYERS.

Gail Lee FARR [Parents].


Marion S. FARR [Parents] 1 was born 2, 3 on 25 Dec 1891 in Stanberry, Gentry, Missouri, United States. He died 4 on 31 May 1968 in Pittsburg, Crawford, Kansas, United States. Marion married Celeste FRANCIS in 1919 in Kansas, United States.

Celeste FRANCIS was born 1 on 31 May 1901 in Plainville, Rooks, Kansas, United States. She died 2 on 29 Jul 1965 in Pittsburg, Crawford, Kansas, United States. She was buried 3 in Seventh Day Adventist Cemetery, Pittsburg, Crawford, Kansas, United States. Celeste married Marion S. FARR in 1919 in Kansas, United States.

They had the following children.

  M i Merlin FARR.
  M ii
Ervin FARR died 1 in Kansas, United States.

DEATH: Died young.
  M iii Floyd FARR.
  M iv
Kenneth FARR died 1 about 1974 in Kansas, United States from of cancer.

Was a cripple from polio.

Robert L. OSBORNE.

Donna Lee FARR [Parents].

Other marriages:
PERRY, Robert Lucian


Robert Lucian PERRY.

Donna Lee FARR [Parents].

Other marriages:
OSBORNE, Robert L.


William Max FARR [Parents].

Patsye Ruythe MOONEY.

They had the following children.

  M i William Max FARR Jr..
  F ii Lynda Lu FARR.

William Max FARR Jr. [Parents].

Helen Lou KOENIG.

They had the following children.

  M i Spencer Anthony FARR.

Dennis H. SKAU.

Lynda Lu FARR [Parents].


Raymond Donald HAMLIN.

Lorene May FARR [Parents].


Jackson Scott HYER was born 1 on 16 Nov 1900 in Verona, Essex, New Jersey, United States. He died 2 on 5 Oct 1965 in Roseland, Essex, New Jersey, United States. He was buried 3 on 8 Oct 1964 in Caldwell, Essex, New Jersey, United States. Jackson married 4 Alma Mae FARR on 8 Aug 1937 in Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, United States.

Alma Mae FARR [Parents] was born 1 on 18 Apr 1912 in Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, United States. Alma married 2 Jackson Scott HYER on 8 Aug 1937 in Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, United States.

Alma was counted in a census 3 in 1920 in Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, United States.

Other marriages:
STEVENS, Kenneth

The following is from "The Family of Willis Vernon Farr" by Jayne E. Bickford:

An account of the marriage of Alma Farr and Jackson Hyer follows. It appeared in the Burlington Free Press accompanied by a picture of the bride in her wedding d re ss.

“Jackson S. Hyer
Takes For His Bride
Miss Alma Mae Farr
"Under a floral arch in a setting of garden flowers, Miss Alma Mae Farr, daushter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis V. Farr of 83 North Union street, exchanged her marriage vows with Jackson Scott Hyer of Roseland, N. J., yesterday afternoon, the wedding taking place at the residence of the bride's parents.

"The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. David Reid, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at 2 o'clock, E. S. T., as the bridal party stood under a garden arch in the bay window of the living room. On either side of the arch were baskets of garden flowers, a color scheme of pink and white predoniinating.

“The bride was attractively atired in a gown of white satin with a yoke and Queen Anne collar of lace. Her long tulle veil, bordered in matching lace, was caught to a coronet of seed pearls with orange blossoms. The bride's bouquet was of Briarcliff roses showered with pink sweet peas.

“The matron of honor and only attendant of the bride was Mrs. John E. Farr of Westminster Station. Mrs. Farr, sister-in-law of the bride and sister of the bridegroom, wore a gown of hyacinth sheer with white costume accessories. She carried a bouquet of garden flowers.

“John E. Farr of Westminster Station served as best man for the bridegroom. The flower girl was little Miss Jacqueline Hyer of Westminster, daughter of the bridegroom. She was dressed in pink organdy and wore a wreath of pink sweet peas. The train bearer for the bride was Master Donald A. Hemenway, Jr., of Northfield, a nephew of the bride.

"The bridal marches were Flayed by Miss Arlene Bashaw.

“A reception was held at the home of the bride immediately following the wedding ceremony. The house was artistically decorated with ferns and garden flowers. A bridal luncheon was served at Oakledge Manor.

“Mr. and Mrs. Hyer will make their future home at 218 Eagle Rock avenue, Roseland, N. J.

“Mr. Hyer attended the Caldwell High school and Pennsylvania State College. He now holds a position with Borden Farm Products, Inc.

“His bride is a graduate of the Burlington High school in the class of 1932 and until her marriage has held a position with J. C. Penny Company.”

There followed a list of out-of-town guests which showed that by now John Farr was living in Westminster with his family and Donald and Mattie Hemenway were living in Northfield.


Kenneth STEVENS.

Alma Mae FARR [Parents] was born 1 on 18 Apr 1912 in Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, United States. Alma married Kenneth STEVENS.

Alma was counted in a census 2 in 1920 in Burlington, Chittenden, Vermont, United States.

Other marriages:
HYER, Jackson Scott

The following is from "The Family of Willis Vernon Farr" by Jayne E. Bickford:

An account of the marriage of Alma Farr and Jackson Hyer follows. It appeared in the Burlington Free Press accompanied by a picture of the bride in her wedding d re ss.

“Jackson S. Hyer
Takes For His Bride
Miss Alma Mae Farr
"Under a floral arch in a setting of garden flowers, Miss Alma Mae Farr, daushter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis V. Farr of 83 North Union street, exchanged her marriage vows with Jackson Scott Hyer of Roseland, N. J., yesterday afternoon, the wedding taking place at the residence of the bride's parents.

"The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. David Reid, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, at 2 o'clock, E. S. T., as the bridal party stood under a garden arch in the bay window of the living room. On either side of the arch were baskets of garden flowers, a color scheme of pink and white predoniinating.

“The bride was attractively atired in a gown of white satin with a yoke and Queen Anne collar of lace. Her long tulle veil, bordered in matching lace, was caught to a coronet of seed pearls with orange blossoms. The bride's bouquet was of Briarcliff roses showered with pink sweet peas.

“The matron of honor and only attendant of the bride was Mrs. John E. Farr of Westminster Station. Mrs. Farr, sister-in-law of the bride and sister of the bridegroom, wore a gown of hyacinth sheer with white costume accessories. She carried a bouquet of garden flowers.

“John E. Farr of Westminster Station served as best man for the bridegroom. The flower girl was little Miss Jacqueline Hyer of Westminster, daughter of the bridegroom. She was dressed in pink organdy and wore a wreath of pink sweet peas. The train bearer for the bride was Master Donald A. Hemenway, Jr., of Northfield, a nephew of the bride.

"The bridal marches were Flayed by Miss Arlene Bashaw.

“A reception was held at the home of the bride immediately following the wedding ceremony. The house was artistically decorated with ferns and garden flowers. A bridal luncheon was served at Oakledge Manor.

“Mr. and Mrs. Hyer will make their future home at 218 Eagle Rock avenue, Roseland, N. J.

“Mr. Hyer attended the Caldwell High school and Pennsylvania State College. He now holds a position with Borden Farm Products, Inc.

“His bride is a graduate of the Burlington High school in the class of 1932 and until her marriage has held a position with J. C. Penny Company.”

There followed a list of out-of-town guests which showed that by now John Farr was living in Westminster with his family and Donald and Mattie Hemenway were living in Northfield.

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