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Re: Anyone Researching Ira E. FARMER of North Carolina?
Posted by: AZ LIL OWL (ID *****5760) Date: August 11, 2003 at 08:16:05
In Reply to: Re: Anyone Researching Ira E. FARMER of North Carolina? by Anne Westbrook of 901

Thanks Anne. I followed your lead on the Richmond Co., NC board and left a message about Ira E. Farmer. Finding him between 1850-1880 is not a problem. It's the 1840 census that is the problem and finding out where he and his family came from before they arrived in Georgia is another problem.

In 1820 & 1830 Ira would probably be to young to be listed as head of household and he didn't get married until 1836 (Henry Co., GA), and he had a daughter by 1838. So, he should have been in the 1840 census, but I just can't find him anywhere. I believe he was related to the older James Farmer in the 1820 Henry Co., GA Census, too. I believe that the younger James and John Farmer in Henry County on the same 1820 Census might possibly be his brothers. I just don't have any proof. I'm going on my own theory and reasoning.

Thanks in any case. All help is appreciated. TJ

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