Person:Elijah Farmer (17)

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Elijah Ward Farmer, Jr
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 -
m. 1858
  1. James David Farmer1858 - 1942
  2. Joseph Preston Farmer1860 - 1935
  3. William Robert Farmer1862 - 1934
  • HElijah Ward Farmer, Jr1831 - 1915
  • WAmanda DeanEst 1841 -
m. 30 OCT 1867
  1. Eugene Ward Farmer1868 - Est 1910
  2. Martha Jane Farmer1876 - 1967
  3. Ada Myrtle FarmerEst 1878 -
  • HElijah Ward Farmer, Jr1831 - 1915
  • WMary Eddy1839 - 1907
m. 27 JAN 1884
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3][4] Elijah Ward Farmer, Jr
Alt Name[5][6] Lige Farmer
Gender Male
Birth[7][8][9] DEC 1831 Roane County, TN, USA
Alt Birth[10] 27 DEC 1832
Residence[13][14] BEF 1846 Roane County, TN, USA
Residence[13][5][9] EST 1846 Fannin County, TX, USA
Residence[5][9][15][44] EST 1846 Lamar County, TX, USA
Residence[16] 1849 TX, USA
Residence[13][45] 1849 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[17] 1849 Westworth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[5][18][9] EST 1850 White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[19][13][46] ABT 1851 White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Occupation[20] 1853 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USAa signed a contract with military to take all the company's baggage by ox-drawn cart from Fort Worth to its next post Fort Mason
Residence[21] 1856 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Marriage 1858 TX, USAto Sarah A Jackson
Residence[21] 1860 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Other[22][47] 1860 White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USAMisc
Residence[23] 1864 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Other[24][48] 02 FEB 1864 Milit-Beg
Occupation[9] BEF 1866 Flag Springs, Fannin County, TX, USAa stockman
Residence[25] 1867 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Marriage 30 OCT 1867 TX, USAto Amanda Dean
Census[1] 01 JUN 1870 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Property[27] 06 AUG 1870 Buck Oaks Farm, , White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USA320 acres from William A. Connelly
Occupation[1][26] FROM 1870 TO 1892 a farmer
Occupation[28] 1873 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USAa Grand Juror serving in district Court
Residence[21] 1875 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Property[35][36][37] 11 MAR 1878 D V Farmer et al survey, , Tarrant County, TX, USAtracts of 49 acres and 420 acres
Property[38] 11 MAR 1878 J. B. Farmer survey, , Tarrant County, TX, USA35 acres
Census[29] 01 JUN 1880 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Occupation[30] 1883 Birdville, Tarrant County, TX, USAa secretary to Democratic Executive Committee
Marriage License 26 JAN 1884 Tarrant County, TX, USAto Mary Eddy
Marriage 27 JAN 1884 Tarrant County, TX, USAto Mary Eddy
Property[39] 27 DEC 1889 Smith W. Side addition, , Tarrant County, TX, USAplot
Census[8] 01 JUN 1900 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[31] 1902 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Property[40] 17 AUG 1903 M G Ellis Addition, , Tarrant County, TX, USAlots 4 to 6 block 173
Property[27] 21 NOV 1903 Buck Oaks Farm, , White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USA320 acres
Property[41] 20 JAN 1904 Socora Farming Co, , , Tarrant County, TX, USA20 acres
Residence[32][9][2] FROM 1904 TO 1907 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Retirement[10][50] BEF 1915
Residence[12][43] Tarrant County, TX, USA
Death[10][11] 05 APR 1915 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Burial[10] 07 APR 1915 White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Probate[11] 17 JUL 1915 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Probate[33][51] 02 JUN 1919 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Probate[34] 10 SEP 1919 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Other[42] Misc
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  42. first settler in White Settlement
  43. five miles north of Fort Worth on the West Fork of the Trinity
  44. 3 mos.
  45. The residence of the commanding general of Carswell AFB is on the former site of Elijah's home.
  46. built the first log houses in this area
  47. saw a bear
  48. Pvt. Bastrop Calvary Co. 26th Brig.
  49.   320 acres from William A. Connelly
  50. farmer
  51. lots 4 to 6 part 7-8 block 173