Mary Farmar

Female, (1792 - 1868)
FatherThomas F. Farmar (circa 1763 - 1832)
MotherGrace Broadley (1767 - 1847)
RelationshipDaughter of Thomas F. Farmar
ChartsFarmar Descendants
BirthMary Farmar was born 10 June 1792 in Eythorne, Kent, England. 
INFO BIRTH Record at Eythorne Baptist Church. Mary Farmer, dtr of Thos Farmer and Grace ...10 June 1792 in the Parish of Eythorn. (EytBapPRBir LDS596907#6 1792.) 
MarriageShe married John Clark Atkins, son of John Atkins and Ann Burvill, 5 October 1812 in Dover, Kent, England. 
INFO MARRIAGE. St. Mary the Virgin, Dover. 5 Oct 1812 John Clark Atkins, batchelor and Mary Farmer, spinster, born in the parish of St. Mary's. Witnesses: Thomas Farmar and Elizabeth Farmer. (DovSMPRtr LDS355634, p.1109.) 
Note NOTE Burial of husband John Clark Atkins 8 Oct 1813. 
INFO ADULT BAPTISM. 9 Aug 1821 Mary Atkins, daughter of Thomas and Grace Farmar of the Parish of St. Mary's Dover. Mary b 10 June 1792. Father a house carpenter and wheeler. Baptized by James Jareth, minister at Snargate St. Wesleyan Chapel. (DovSnarPR LDS596906#12 Bap 1821 #118.) 
INFO BANNS of Marriage at All Saints Church Maidstone. 1826 #201. Edward Eaton of this parish Bachelor and Mary Atkins of the parish of St. Mary Dover Widow. May 7, May 14, May 21. (MaidPR LDS1866561 1826:201 p.146.) 
MarriageMary Farmar married Edward Eaton, son of Daw Eaton and Sarah ...?..., 17 June 1826 in Maidstone, Kent, England. 
INFO MARRIAGE RECORD. Parish of Maidstone, All Saints. 1826 17th June. Edward Eaton of this parish bachelor and Mary Atkins of the parish of St. Mary Dover widow were married by Banns the presence of William Cochrane & Elizabeth Cochran [sic]. (MaidPRBt LDS1835448 Marr 1826, p.179 #535.) 
Note NOTE: Death of daughter Hannah about 20 Jan 1832 at age 2. 
INFO JOURNEY TO AMERICA 1832." May 16 1832 My Brother Edward Eatton sailed for Amer[ica] May the Lord preserve him in safety this is your Aunt Smith Writing. 1832 We Left Maidstone on the 9 of May for London and went on Board on the 12 and Sailed Sunday 13 and Arived at Statten Island on Sunday the 24 June and landed at New York 27 June Eaton Left me at New York to Richmond at virgene on Saturday the 5 of September and was Drowned on the 19 at 4 Clock in the afternoon he fell over board it is Supposed that he was taken with gidiness in 'is head he sank to rise no more as the vessel waited 20 minutes but he never rose he was he was 37 years of Age I heard the fatal news on the 2 October I went on Board of the Sovrien for England on the 20 of October from New York and arrived in London 15 November in April following [?] 1841 I came to London to live on the 30 March." (MaryNtbk1832.) 
Exhibit NOTEBOOK in Mary's handwriting with notes about the family's voyage to New York and her husband Edward's death. Also notes of births and deaths of her siblings. Digitized photocopy of the notebook (5 pages). (MaryNtbk1832.)
Exhibit NOTEBOOK from 1832. Transcript by Donna Farmar. 1 page. (MaryNtbk32tr.)
Note NOTE Death of husband Edward at sea 19 Sep 1832. 
INFO SHIP Sovereign sailed from New York for London, 20 Oct 1832. (NYEvePost, 20 Oct 1832, p.2.) 
INFO RESIDENCE for Mary Eaton. "I came to London to live on the 30 March 1841." (MaryNtbk1832.) 
INFO CENSUS 1841 (6 June 1841). Surrey, Christ Chruch, Southwark, Nelson Place. Mary Eaton, 45, vintner[?]. Edward, 14, apprentice. Emily 17, servant. Sarah, 12. None in household were born in the county. (GBCens1841 HO107/183/3 46:32) NOTE: Emily the servant is probably the daughter of Edward Eaton's brother William. Emily b.abt 1825. 
INFO CENSUS 1851 (30 Mar 1851). St. Giles Camberwell, Middlesex. #96 6 Grove Place. Mary Eaton head, Wd, 58 Proprietor of houses, b Kent Eythorn. Son Edward unmar, 24, builder's clerk, b. Kent Maidstone. Visitor Emily Deadman unmar 22 at home, b.Sussex Worthing. Note: location probably Hamlet of Peckham. (GBCens1851 LDS174817 HO107/1851 f.67,p.23.) 
MarriageMary Farmar married Thomas Turner 16 October 1855 in Camberwell, Surrey, England. 
INFO MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE 1855 #460 St. Giles Camberwell Surrey. Thomas Turner, full age, widower, gentleman, res. Manor Grove Old Kent Road, son of Thomas Turner, schoolmaster. Mary Eaton, full age, widow, of St. James St. Old Kent Road, dtr of Thomas Farmar builder. Marr in the Parish Church by Banns. Witnesses William Jaques Wright and Elizabeth Wright. (GBCertMarONS.) 
Note NOTE: Witnesses for wedding are William Jaques Wright and Elizabeth Wright, probably son-in-law and dtr of Thomas Turner. 
INFO CIV REG INDEX Marriage 1855 DecQ Mary Eaton Camberwell, 1d,691. (GBCivRegInd LDS6102573.) 
INFO NOTE- Diary entries Aug 5 1857 Edw sent letter to his mother, also one to Miss Denyer with a Power of Attorney." 1858 - Recd a letter from Mrs. Turner 1 Jan. Recd one from Miss & Annie Denyer on 8 Feb. Feb 12 recd letter re death of husband of Mrs Turner. Mar 3 letter from Mrs Turner informing us of Mr. Seymour visiting England "on account of the war it appeared she had not received the letter he sent respecting the House". (EmilyDia1853.) 
Note NOTE death of husband Thomas Turner 15 Oct 1857. 
INFO CENSUS 1861 (7 Apr 1861). (very dim) Surrey Camberwell. 6 Grove Place Mary Turner, head, wid, 68, independent, b.Kent. Fordham Loath, unmar, 18, cork burner, b.Cambridgesh. (GBCens1861 LDS542627 RG9/384 f.134.) 
Exhibit PHOTO of seated mature woman, carte-de-visite format. No photographer's name. Handwritten on back "for Edward Farmar Eaton his Mother's Likeness Aged 70 years." (CorresANNTA email 29Nov2000.)
DeathMary Farmar died 17 January 1868 in Peckham, Surrey, England, at age 75. 
INFO DEATH CERTIFICATE. Peckham Sub-Dist (of Camberwell dist, Surrey) #26. Mary Turner, f, age 77; d. 17 Jan 1868 at 6 Grove Place, New Hatcham; widow of Thomas Turner a retired whitesmith. Cause: paralysis (paraplegia) 2 years - certified. Informant: H. Rogers, present at death (6 Grove Place). Reg 21 Jan 1868. (GBCertDeaONS.) 
Note NOTE (after death of Mary) 1871 Thos King & large family at 6 Grove Place -on LDS824713 10/734 f.169. 

Family 1

John Clark Atkins (circa 1789 - circa 1813)

Family 2

Edward Eaton (1795 - 1832)