Person:Mildred Farmer (6)

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Mildred P Farmer
b.06 FEB 1828 Roane County, TN, USA
d.29 OCT 1882 TX, 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 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Mildred P Farmer
Alt Name[4][5][6] Millie Farmer
Alt Name[7] Milly Farmer
Alt Name[8][9][10] Mildra P Farmer
Alt Name[11] Mella Farmer
Gender Female
Birth[11][12][2] 06 FEB 1828 Roane County, TN, USA
Alt Birth[15][7] EST DEC 1831 TN, USA
Residence[1] 1851 White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Marriage 13 JUL 1851 Elijah Farmer's home, , White Settlement, Tarrant County, TX, USAto James August Ventioner, Jr
Alt Marriage 13 JUL 1851 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USAto James August Ventioner, Jr
Death[13][12] 29 OCT 1882 TX, USA
Burial[8][12][13][14] Thompson Public Cemetery, Alta Mere (Hwy. 183), Westworth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
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  2. 2.0 2.1 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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  3. 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.
  4. Down Historic Trails of Fort Worth and Tarrant County. (Dudly Hodgkins Co, Fort Worth, Texas, 1949)
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  5. 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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  6. 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)
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  7. 7.0 7.1 United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Fannin County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admin. (1850)
    176.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Daniel, Raymond M. Family Group Sheets, Location: 2968 Chris Ln., Grapevine, Texas. (26 Mar 1992).
  9. Garrett, Jenkin; Boy Scout Troop. Thompson Public Cemetery List of Tombstones and Graves, Record Type: typed list, Subject: Thompson Public Ceme. (1960).
  10. Garrett, Jenkin; Boy Scout Troop. Thompson Public Cemetery List of Tombstones and Graves, Record Type: typed list, Subject: Thompson Public Ceme. (1960)
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  11. 11.0 11.1 United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Tarrant County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admi. (1870)
    James Ventioner household, precinct 4, p. 522, dwelling 733, family 735.
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 Thompson Public Cemetery (Alta Mere (Hwy. 183), Westworth, Tarrant County, Texas); Richard Tonsing, 1996. Cont. (1996).
  13. 13.0 13.1 Roper, Mrs. Homer L.; Daughters of the American Revolution. Thompson Cemetery (Sometimes Called Farmer), Record Type: typed list, Subject: Thompson Public and Family Ceme. (1958).
  14. Find A Grave, Record Type: (Internet), Location: PO Box 522107, Salt Lake City, Utah 84152-2107, Url: www.find
    Memorial# 25200322.
  15. Marsh, Helen;Marsh, Timothy. Tennesseans in Texas. (Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina, 1986)
    106.