Person:George Farmer (25)

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George Preston Farmer
b.02 MAY 1817 Roane County, TN, USA
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 -
  • HGeorge Preston Farmer1817 - 1892
  • WJane L Woody1827 - 1895
m. 13 JUL 1845
  1. Joseph FarmerAbt 1846 - Bef 1850
  2. Susan Ann Farmer1846 -
  3. Hannah Farmer1853 - 1882
  4. Jacob David Farmer1854 - 1922
  5. William Preston Farmer1855 - 1890
  6. Alexander FarmerEst 1860 - Est 1881
  7. Mary Amelia Farmer1861 -
  8. Emma Bell FarmerEst 1866 - 1924
  9. Josephine FarmerEst 1867 -
  10. Florence Farmer1870 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] George Preston Farmer
Alt Name[4][5][6] Press Farmer
Alt Name[7][8] Preston Farmer
Alt Name[9] G P Farmer
Alt Name[9] G N Farmer
Gender Male
Birth[10][11] 02 MAY 1817 Roane County, TN, USA
Other[4][12][36] 1835 AL, USAMilit-Beg
Residence? 1837 TN, USA
Other[11][37] 07 JUL 1837 Bradley County, TN, USAMilit-Beg
Physical Description[11] 07 JUL 1837 gray eyes, auburn hair, dark complexion, 6' 2" high, and 200 lbs.
Residence[11] FROM 31 OCT 1837 TO 28 FEB 1838 Clay County, NC, USA
Occupation[7] 1841 Roane County, TN, USAan one of a party of three which surveyed 5621 1/2 acres for Samuel Eskridge Esq.
Marriage License 12 JUL 1845 Roane County, TN, USAto Jane L Woody
Marriage 13 JUL 1845 Roane County, TN, USAto Jane L Woody
Residence[11] FROM 13 JUL 1845 TO 16 DEC 1846 Roane County, TN, USA
Other U.S. Public Health Hospital, , , Tarrant County, TX, USANote
with Jane L Woody
Residence[8][11] FROM MAR 1847 TO MAR 1849 Fannin County, TX, USA
Occupation[16][17][18] 1849 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USAa the first sutler for
Residence[16][19][20][11] 1849 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Census[10] 01 JUN 1850 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[9][21] 1850 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Occupation[10][22][23] FROM 1850 TO 1891 a farmer
Residence[9][24] 1851 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[9] 1852 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[9] 1854 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Property[34][35] 02 JUN 1855 Tarrant County, TX, USA320 acres, 3rd class, from original grantee Elijah Rogers
Residence[25] 1855 Birdville, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[9] 1855 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[9] 1856 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Property[26] 17 FEB 1857 Tarrant County, TX, USAPeter's Colony Certificate # 57 filed book G, page 58, 17 Oct 1857
Other[27][39] 30 OCT 1858 Tarrant County, TX, USAMisc
Other[28][40] 30 JUL 1859 Tarrant County, TX, USAMisc
Residence[9] 1860 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Other[29][2][41] JUL 1861 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USAMilit-Beg
Residence[23] 1863 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[23] 1864 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Census[30] 01 JUN 1870 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Occupation[30] 1870 a stock raiser
Other[31][42] 14 FEB 1870 Tarrant County, TX, USAMisc
Census[23] 01 JUN 1880 Tarrant County, TX, USA
Other[29][32][43] OCT 1890 Tarrant County, TX, USAAssociatn
Occupation[33] 1891 a farmer
Occupation[15] Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USAa contractor for hay
Death[4][12][11] 14 JAN 1892 Forest Hill, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Burial[6][11][13][14] Forest Hill Cemetery, 5713 Forest Hill Dr, Forest Hill, Tarrant County, TX, USA
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References
  1. Marriage records, 1801-1955, Volume: Marriage records, 1801-1876, Record Info: Roane County (Tennessee). Count
    3.
  2. 2.0 2.1 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)
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  3. 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)
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  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 History of Texas Together with a Biographical History of Tarrant and Parker Counties: Containing a Concise His. (The Lewis Publishing Co, Fort Worth, Texas, 1895)
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  5. Selcer, Richard F. The Fort that Became a City an Illustrated Reconstruction of Fort Worth, Texas, 1849-1853. (Texas Christian University Press, Fort Worth, Texas, 1995).
  6. 6.0 6.1 Schmidt, Ruby;Tarrant County Historical Society. Fort Worth and Tarrant County a Historical Guide. (Texas Christian University Press, Fort Worth, Texas, 1984)
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  7. 7.0 7.1 Certified Copy of 5621 1/2 A. Plat and Survey for Samuel Eskridge Recorded 22 September 1842, Volume: H p. 521. (13 August 1890).
  8. 8.0 8.1 Farmer, Jane. "Jane Farmer (Fannin County, Texas) to Jean Preston," 24 November 1847. Held by Murphy, Julia Ann Perkins (600. (24 November 1847).
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 Samuels, Nancy Timmons. "Nancy Timmons Samuels (Fort Worth Genealogical Society, 4783 Lubbock Ave., Fort Worth, Texas 76115-3026) to R
    10 Oct. 1996.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Tarrant County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admi. (1850).
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 11.8 Vaughan of Grayson County, Virginia Descendants of William Vaughan and His Wife Mary. (self published, 723 Lisa Lane, Mulvane, Kansas 67110-1220, 2002)
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  13. Daniel, Raymond M. Family Group Sheets, Location: 2968 Chris Ln., Grapevine, Texas. (26 Mar 1992).
  14. Star-Telegram, Location: Fort Worth, Texas
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  18. Knight, Oliver; Lale, Cissy Stewart. Fort Worth, Outpost on the Trinity. (Texas Christian University Press, Fort Worth, Texas, 1990, Second Date, 1953)
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  20. Schmelzer, Janet L. Where the West Begins: Fort Worth and Tarrant County. (Windsor Publications, Inc, Northridge, Ohio, 1984)
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    O'Donnell, Mrs. Pearl Foster, "Tarrant County Tax Lists, 1850," vol. 13, p. 140 (1970).
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    unknown author, "Planters and Farmers in Directory of Texas, 1890-1891," vol. 25, p. 97 (1982).
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 Vaughan of Grayson County, Virginia Descendants of William Vaughan and His Wife Mary. (self published, 723 Lisa Lane, Mulvane, Kansas 67110-1220, 2002)
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    O'Donnell, Mrs. Pearl Foster, "Tarrant County Tax List, 1851," vol. 14, p. 5 (1971).
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    unknown author, "Estate Records, Tarrant County, Texas," vol. 19, p. 81-82 (1976).
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    unknown author, "Estate Records, Tarrant County, Texas," vol. 20, p. 93 (1977).
  29. 29.0 29.1 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).
  30. 30.0 30.1 United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Tarrant County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admi. (1870)
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  31. Footprints 1957-1997 with Surname Topical Index. (September, 1998)
    unknown author, "Estate Records, Tarrant County, Texas," vol. 21, p. 179 (1978).
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    Deed Book J p. 299.
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    unknown author, "Tarrant County Abstract of Land Titles," vol. 12, p. 1 (January 1969).
  35. 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: 1292 ; District/Class: Robertson 3rd; File Number: 002152; Original Grantee: Rogers, Elijah; Patentee: Farmer, G P; Patent Date: 02 Jun 1855; Patent No: 1012; Patent Vol: 10; Certificate: 212; Acres: 320.
  36. Seminole War
  37. Capt. Hembree's Co., Lindsay's Regiment Tenn Mounted Volunteers
  38.   Peter's Colony Certificate # 57 filed book G, page 58, 17 Oct 1857
  39. made inventory and appraisal of the Jacob Prickett estate
  40. held security for debt of Jesse A. Hanley, deceased
  41. Pvt., Commanding Officer Chas. Turner, Tarrant County Hussars Mounted Infantry, 20th Brig.
  42. witnessed inventory and appraisal of Lewis B. Gant estate
  43. members of the Robert E. Lee Camp #158