Person:Minnie Farmer (5)

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Minnie Campbell Farmer
b.30 SEP 1886 TX, USA
m. 19 APR 1883
  1. Fred Thompson Farmer1884 - 1951
  2. Minnie Campbell Farmer1886 - 1969
  3. Alvy Ward Farmer1887 - 1931
  4. Jeannette Farmer1890 - 1982
  5. James David Farmer, Jr1892 - 1969
  6. Martha Cherokee Farmer1894 - 1967
  7. Henry Jack Farmer1897 - 1957
  8. Jolly S Farmer1899 - 1949
  9. Robert Harris Farmer1902 - 1902
m. 10 JUL 1917
  1. Sarah Nicodemus1924 - 1999
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Minnie Campbell Farmer
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][4][5] 30 SEP 1886 TX, USA
Occupation? FROM 1912 TO 1914 Diamond Hill School, , Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USAa teacher
Property[13] 19 JAN 1914 Fairmount National Historic District, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USAPt lot 20 to 23 block 6
Occupation[9] 1916 a teacher
Residence[10] FROM 1916 TO 1922 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Marriage 10 JUL 1917 to Earl Weeks Nicodemus
Residence[11] 1942 Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
Residence[12][5] FROM 31 MAR 1967 TO 02 FEB 1969 University Park, Dallas County, TX, USA
Death[5][4][14] 02 FEB 1969 Dallas, Dallas County, TX, USA
Burial[4][5][6][15] 04 FEB 1969 Oakwood Cemetery, 701 Grand Ave, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, TX, USA
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 James David Farmer. The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments, Translated Out of the Original Tongues and with the Form. (National Publishing Co, Philadelphia, 1882, Second Date, 1996).
  2. 2.0 2.1 United States. 1910 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Tarrant County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admi. (1910)
    ED 149, p. 11.
  3. United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Tarrant County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admi. (1900)
    ED82, p. 25A.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Oakwood Cemetery (700 Grand Ave., Fort Worth, Texas); Richard Tonsing, 1996, Record Type: Tombstone, Reader: R. (1996)
    headstone of Minnie Farmer Nicodemus.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Scales, Mr. R. T. Minnie Nicodemus, death certificate 16771 (1969), Texas Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Aust. (1969).
  6. Markgraf, Helen McKelvy. Historic Oakwood Cemetery with Calvary Cemetery and Old Trinity Cemetery of Fort Worth, Texas. (Fort Worth Genealogical Society, Fort Worth, Texas, 1994)
    225.
  7.   United States City Directories. (Research Publications, New Haven, Connecticut, 198-)
    1914 p. 202.
  8.   United States City Directories. (Research Publications, New Haven, Connecticut, 198-)
    1912-1913 p. 205.
  9. United States City Directories. (Research Publications, New Haven, Connecticut, 198-)
    1916 p. 340.
  10. United States City Directories. (Research Publications, New Haven, Connecticut, 198-)
    1922 p. 633.
  11. Star-Telegram, Location: Fort Worth, Texas
    "James D. Farmer, Pioneer Livestock Commission Man, Dies at 83 After Stroke", 28 June 1942.
  12. Star-Telegram, Location: Fort Worth, Texas
    31 March 1967.
  13. Index to Deeds--Tarrant County, Texas, Volume: Grantor, Record Info: Tarrant County Texas Recorder
    Deed Book 387 p. 392 warrant deed.
  14. organic brain syndrome
  15. block 41, lot 37, space 1
  16.   a teacher