Richard Broadley Farmar

Male, (1892 - 1934)
FatherRichard James Farmar (1861 - 1898)
MotherMiriam Magdalen O'Sullivan (1865 - 1947)
Relationship2nd great-grandson of Thomas F. Farmar
ChartsFarmar Descendants
INFO FAMILY BIBLE RECORD. Births. "Richard Broadley Farmar Born Oct. 6th 1892 at 5 a.m. Thurs (San Fran.) " (FarMitBible Records, p.5.) 
BirthRichard Broadley Farmar was born 6 October 1892 in San Francisco, California. 
Exhibit PHOTO of brothers John Mitchell Farmar and Richard Broadley Farmar as young boys. Date estimate 1899 -- before Mitchell wore long pants. (OSulDonPhoto.)
INFO US CENSUS 1900 (1 Jun 1900). Enumerated with grandmother in San Francisco: --- California, San Francisco, 2236 Post St., Farmar, Mary A, head, w, f, b. Jan 1833, age 67, widow, mar 49 years; 9 children born, 4 living; b. Australia, parents b. England, to U.S. 1850, in U.S. 50 years, can read, write, speak English, owns house. Son Fred C., w, m, b. Jun 1856, age 43, single, b. Calif, father b. England, mother b. Australia, Journalist, can read, write, speak English. Daughter Mary E., w, f, b. Feb 1858, age 42, single, b. Calif, father b. England, mother b. Australia, School teacher, can read, write, speak English. Daughter Ada M., w, f, b. Jul 1866, age 33, single, b. Calif, father b. England, mother b. Australia, bookkeeper, can read, write, speak English. Grandchild Richard B, w,m, b. Oct 1891, age 7, single, b. Calif, father b. Calif, mother b. Ireland, at school, 7 months, can read, write, speak English. (USCen1900Anc T623-105 ED215, p.11A.) 
INFO SCHOOL GRADUATION. June 1906 Hamilton Grammar School graduates -- Farmar, Broadley -- one of 86 graduates listed in the San Francisco Call, Friday, June 1, 1906, page 5. (SFGene.) 
INFO ESSAY PRINTED IN NEWSPAPER. San Francisco Call, 21 Nov 1908. History Stories and Prize Winners. "The First Shot of the Civil War, [by] Broadley Farmar, 2236 Post Street, San Francisco, age 16 years.". [ Broadley's essay is printed in full.] (SFCallCDN.) 
INFO SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORIES. 1910 and 1911 Farmer, Richard salesman r2708 Bush. (SFCityDirect) NOTE: uncle Edward J. Sullivan at same address. 
INFO WORLD WAR I DRAFT Registration, 31 May 1917. Richard Farmar, 9 Frankfort St. Daly City California. Born 6 October 1892. Natural-born U.S.citizen, b. San Franicsco, Cal. Occup: car manager for Sells-Floto Circus, on road. Single, caucasian, tall, medium build, light blue eyes, dark brown hair. (WWIDraft 3129:233.) 
Exhibit PHOTO of (Richard) Broadley Farmar in military uniform, probably taken about 1917-18 at a military installation. (JDFarmarColl.)
INFO WORLD WAR I. California Draft Report. Richard B. Farmar of Daly City. (CADraftWWi LDS002496 p.441.) 
INFO CENSUS 1930 (1 Apr 1930). CA San Mateo, Daly City, 1st township. 199 Templeton. Farmar, Richard, stepson (to C.F. Rodenberger), white male, age 35, single, can read & write, b. California, father b. CA, mother b. Ireland, speaks Eng, Storekeeper for govt transport, not a veteran [sic]. (USCens1930 T626 #216 E.D.41-9, 8B, 99.) 
MarriageHe married Sybil Donna Furry, daughter of Frederick S. Furry and Mary I ...?..., 27 July 1931 in Phoenix, Oregon. 
INFO MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE filed 29 July 1931. Affidavit for Marriage License: Richard B. Farmar and Donna Sybil Furry. State of Oregon, County of Jackson. Ralph G. Jennings of Medford Oregon being duly sworn says that he is acquainted with Richard B. Farmar of San Francisco County, Cal. and Donna Sybil Furry, applicants for a Marriage License; that he knows the former to be above the age of 21 years, and the latter to be above the age of 18 years, and that the said Donna Sybil Furry is a resident of Jackson County, State of Oregon. Affiant further says that he knows of no legal impediment to their marriage. [signed] Ralph G. Jennings." 27 July 1931. [name of clerk, signature of deputy]. Marriage Certificate [bottom of same page]. State of Oregon, County of Jackson. This is to certify that the undersigned, a Minister of the Gospel by authority of a license bearing the date the 27 day of JUly A.D. 1931 and issued by the County Clerk of Jackson County, Oregon, did on the 27 day of July A.D. 1931 at Phoenix in the County and State aforesaid, join in lawful wedlock Richard B. Farmar of the county of Jackson and State of Oregon and Donna Sybil Furry of the County of Jackson and State of Oregon with their mutual assent, in the presence of Mrs. Fred E. Furry and F. E. Furry, witnesses. Witness my Hand: Fred F. Schell. Filed July 29, 1931 -- name of clerk and signature of deputy. (JacksonMarr book 16, p.263.) 
DeathRichard Broadley Farmar died 3 April 1934 in Daly City, California, at age 41. 
INFO CEMETERY INFO from Cypress Lawn Cemetery, Colma, California, plot 331D, owner: Mrs. Eliza White. Burial #13, Richard B. Farmar, d. at age 41-5-27, b. Calif. d. 3 Apr 1934. married, male, died in Daly City CA, of Myocarditis. Burial #73699, Book 11. (ashes) top. [no burial date given in this list]. (CypLawn331D 13Oct1975 info.) 
INFO FUNERAL RECORD. N. Gray & Co., 1545 Divisadero St. (San Francisco). Book 27: page 196. Call received: 4 April 1934 12:34 a.m. . . [details for caller] . . . from Dr. O'Conner. RICHARD BROADLEY FARMAR. d. at 199 Templeton Avenue, Daly City, California. (his home address) Male, white, married to Sybil D. Farmar. Born 6 Oct 1892, age 41-5-27. Occup: Steward for H.S. Anderson Co., 15 years, last worked 2-34. Born San Francisco CA. Father Richard J. Farmar, born San Francisco CA. Mother Miriam O'Sullivan, born Ireland. Lived in Daly City 2 years. In CA life. Informant: Sybil D. Farmar, 199 Templeton Ave., Daly City, CA. Cremation at Cypress Lawn, 6 Apr 1934. Medical: death date 3 Apr 1934. Dr. Thomas H. O'Connor of 909 Hyde Street attended deceased from 12 Feb 1934 to 31 Apr 1934 [sic-- should be 3 Apr.]. Last saw him alive 2 Apr 1934 11:30 p.m. Cause: Chronic myocarditis. Wife: Sybil D. Farmar. Father of Charles D and John M. Farmar [sic -- error. These are brothers.] Funeral, Fri Apr 6 1934 10:30a.m. by Rev. John A. Collins... Physical: weight 170, length 6'2", width 20", hair Dk. Brown, eyes Blue. (SFFunerRecAnc.)