Family: Farr, Lorin / Giles, Sarah (F20022)

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Farr, Winslow
Male (1794-1867)
Freeman, Olive Hovey
Female (1799-1893)
Farr, John
Male (1817-1818)
Farr, Aaron Freeman
Male (1818-1903)
Farr, Olive Hovey
Female (1824-1915)
Farr, Diantha
Female (1828- )
Farr, Winslow Jr.
Male (1837-1913)
Giles, Thomas
Male (1789-1851)
Davis, Maria
Female (1791-1851)
Giles, Ebenezer
Male (1815-1815)
Giles, Mary Ann
Female (1817-1817)
Giles, Mary
Female (1818- )
Giles, Thomas Davis
Male (1820-1896)
Giles, John
Male (1823-1834)
Giles, David
Male (1825-1826)
Giles, Edward
Male (1833-1860)
Farr, Lorin
Male (1820-1909)
Giles, Sarah
Female (1831-1892)
Farr, Joseph
Male (1852- )
Farr, Thomas
Male (1854- )
Farr, Marcus
Male (1856-1934)
Farr, Sarah Mariah
Female (1858-1943)
Farr, Roxanna
Female (1860-1927)
Farr, Winslow
Male (1862-1914)
Farr, Lenora
Female (1867- )
Farr, Hyrum
Male (1870-1870)


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