Person:David Farmer (20)

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David V Farmer
d.09 JUL 1862
m. 02 MAY 1815
  1. Mahaley FarmerEst 1815 -
  2. George Preston Farmer1817 - 1892
  3. Lucy Hale Farmer1819 - 1847
  4. Elizabeth Lydia Farmer1822 - 1879
  5. A C Farmer1824 - 1847
  6. Joseph Beryl Farmer1826 - 1891
  7. Mildred P Farmer1828 - 1882
  8. David V Farmer1829 - 1862
  9. Elijah Ward Farmer, Jr1831 - 1915
  10. Polly B FarmerEst 1834 -
  11. Arline M Farmer1836 -
  12. Lance Farmer1841 -
  • HDavid V Farmer1829 - 1862
  • WNancy VaughanAbt 1830 - Bef 1862
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Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] David V Farmer
Alt Name[4][5] David Vaughn Farmer
Alt Name[6][7] David B Farmer
Alt Name[7] D B Farmer
Alt Name[7][8] David V Farmer
Gender Male
Alt Birth[3] EST AUG 1828
Birth[4][1][9] 1829 Roane County, TN, USA
Alt Birth[12] EST JUL 1831
Alt Birth[13] ABT 1832
Residence[5][14][22] 1849 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Marriage to Nancy Vaughan
Marriage to Elizabeth J Thomas
Residence[7][15] 1851 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[16] ABT 1851 White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[7] 1852 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[7] 1853 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Property? 13 MAR 1854 Tarrant County, TX, USAsurvey #2837
Residence[7] 1854 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[6][7][23] 1854 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[18][19] 1855 Birdville, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[7] 1855 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[7] 1856 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Property[21] 09 MAY 1860 Tarrant County, TX, USA279 acres
Residence[7] 1860 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Other[12][13][3][25] 26 JAN 1862 Tarrant County, TX, USAMilit-Beg
Death[4][10][11] 09 JUL 1862
Burial[4] Tarrant County, TX, USA
Probate[11] 07 MAY 1864 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Probate[11][20][26] 07 MAY 1864 Tarrant County, TX, USA
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Fannin County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admin. (1850)
    176.
  2. Farmer, Jane. "Jane Farmer (Fannin County, Texas) to Jean Preston," 24 November 1847. Held by Murphy, Julia Ann Perkins (600. (24 November 1847).
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Records of the Adjutant Generals Office Civil War--Confederate Soldiers--Texas, Subject: Farmer, David, File N.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 Daniel, Raymond M. Family Group Sheets, Location: 2968 Chris Ln., Grapevine, Texas. (26 Mar 1992).
  5. 5.0 5.1 Garrett, Julia Kathryn. Fort Worth a Frontier Triumph. (Texas Christian University Press, Fort Worth, Texas, 1996, Second Date, 1972)
    92-99.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Hudson, Weldon I. First Settlers of Tarrant County, Texas, 1841-1859. (privately printed, Fort Worth, Texas, circa 1983)
    137.
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 Samuels, Nancy Timmons. "Nancy Timmons Samuels (Fort Worth Genealogical Society, 4783 Lubbock Ave., Fort Worth, Texas 76115-3026) to R
    10 Oct. 1996.
  8. Index to Deeds--Tarrant County, Texas, Volume: Grantor, Record Info: Tarrant County Texas Recorder
    Deed Book J p. 289.
  9. Vaughan of Grayson County, Virginia Descendants of William Vaughan and His Wife Mary. (self published, 723 Lisa Lane, Mulvane, Kansas 67110-1220, 2002)
    69.
  10. Bartlett, Gaylene Margaret. "Gaylene Margaret Bartlett (1255 San Moritz Dr., San Jose, CA 95132, gaylene.at.ix.netcom.com) to Richard Tons
    Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2001 01:41:49 -0700, Subject: Re: Preston, George 1769-1808.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Abstract of Title to south ½ of lot no. 12 in block no. 7 Timberlake Heights Addition, to the city of Fort Wor
    5.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Race, Lila Bunch. Pioneer Fort Worth, Texas: The Life, Times and Families of South Tarrant County Families Researched by Genealo. (Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas, 1976)
    175.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Footprints 1957-1997 with Surname Topical Index. (September, 1998)
    unknown author, "Confederate Veterans of Tarrant County Members of the Robert E. Lee Camp #158," vol. 39, p. 88 (1996).
  14. Race, Lila Bunch. Pioneer Fort Worth, Texas: The Life, Times and Families of South Tarrant County Families Researched by Genealo. (Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas, 1976)
    20.
  15. Footprints 1957-1997 with Surname Topical Index. (September, 1998)
    O'Donnell, Mrs. Pearl Foster, "Tarrant County Tax List, 1851," vol. 14, p. 5 (1971).
  16. Chambers, Norris. White Settlement Business Directory 1996-1997: Pioneers of White Settlement. (White Settlement Area Chamber of Commerce, White Settlement, Texas, 1996)
    2.
  17.   Race, Lila Bunch. Pioneer Fort Worth, Texas: The Life, Times and Families of South Tarrant County Families Researched by Genealo. (Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas, 1976)
    170.
  18. Williams, Mack. In Old Fort Worth. (The News-Tribune, Fort Worth, Texas, 1986)
    4-5.
  19. Garrett, Julia Kathryn. Fort Worth a Frontier Triumph. (Texas Christian University Press, Fort Worth, Texas, 1996, Second Date, 1972)
    255.
  20. Abstract of Title to West ½ of Tract No. 3, Trinity Acres, an addition to the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant Coun.
  21. Texas General Land Office. Land Grant Search, Record Type: database online, Location: Austin, Texas, Url: wwwdb.glo.state.tx.us/central/L
    County: Tarrant; Abstract Number: 523 ; District/Class: Robertson 3rd; File Number: 002837; Original Grantee: Farmer, David V; Patentee: Farmer, David V; Patent Date: 09 May 1860; Patent No: 434; Patent Vol: 29; Acres: 279.
  22. 320 acres extending north to Knight's Lake and east to the West Fork, one mile north of Elijah's farm
  23. 6 miles west of Fort Worth
  24.   survey #2837
  25. Private, Commanding Officer Capt. Stephen C. Ragen, Company of Mounted Volunteers, 1st Regiment Texas Calvary; Col. M. T. Johnson, Commander CSA
  26. 279 acres