Frederick Charles Farmar

Male, (1856 - 1918)
FatherRichard Broadley Farmar (1822 - 1888)
MotherMary Ann Mitchell (1833 - 1909)
RelationshipGreat-grandson of Thomas F. Farmar
ChartsFarmar Descendants
INFO FAMILY BIBLE RECORD. Births. "Frederick Charles Farmar Born June 2nd 1856 at 5.00 P.M. Monday San Francisco Cal." (FarMitBible Records, p.4.) 
BirthFrederick Charles Farmar was born 2 June 1856 in San Francisco, California. 
INFO END OF SCHOOL YEAR. Daily Alta California, 28 May 1870. "School Exhibitions. The Closing Exercises Yesterday. . . . The Boys' Union Grammar School. . . . This institution contains some of the brightest boys in the Department . . .. Distrubution of certificates . . . Fred Farmar, 84 . . ." (AltaCalifCDN.) 
INFO SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORIES. 1875 to 1896. Listings for all years: Farmar, Frederick C. compositor Bulletin (or Evening Bulletin) r. 1713 Stockton. From 1889 he is sometimes a journalist or reporter for the Bulletin. (SFCityDirect.) 
INFO N.S.G.W. MEMBER. Daily Alta California, 10 Aug 1885. S.F. Parlor, N.S.G.W. [Native Sons of the Golden West]. For the first invitation social event, the committee included floor manager Fred C. Farmar. "This Parlor can boast of 149 members, who hail from North Beach. It was organized on the 11th of December 1884." Newly-elected officers include President, F. Farmar. (AltaCalifCDN.) 
INFO OFFICER OF N.S.G.W. Daily Alta California, 3 Jan 1886. Native Sons of the Golden West, San Francisco Parlor, no.49, elected officers, include Past President F.C. Farmar. (AltaCalifCDN.) 
INFO DELEGATE TO CONVENTION. Daily Alta California, 8 Mar 1887. Native Sons of the Golden West S.F. Parlor, no.49, delegates to the Grand Parlor include Fred Farmar. (AltaCalifCDN.) 
INFO VOTER REGISTER 1890. Farmer, Frederick Charles, 34, b. Calif, occup: Journalist. Address: 1713 Stockton, reg 13 Oct 1890, DistPct: D33/P5 (SFGtReg1890.) 
INFO NATIVE SONS' CONVENTION. Daily Alta California, 29 Apr 1890. Grand Parlor of the Native Sons of the Golden West held at Chico. Fred C. Farmar of the San Francisco Bulletin [newspaper] selected to be official reporter. (AltaCalifCDN.) 
INFO NATIVE SONS OFFICERS. Daily Alta California, 4 Jun 1890. Officers of the Alcalde Parlor, No. 154, N.S.G.W. to serve for the new term include Fred C. Farmar, historian. (AltaCalifCDN) Also San Francisco Call, 5 Jun 1890. 
INFO SOCIAL EVENT. Daily Alta California, 10 Sep 1890. "The Grand Ball. Dancing Prevented by the Crowd at the Pavilion. Thousands in the Grand March . . .at the Mechanics' Pavillion." Members of the floor committee included F.C. Farmar. (AltaCalifCDN.) 
INFO N.S.G.W. OFFICERS. San Francisco Call, 26 Jan 1891. At the installation of officers for the Alcalde Parlor, no. 154, of the Native Sons of the Golden West, a presentation was made by Past President Fred Farmar. (SFCallCDN.) 
INFO DIRECTORY. Daily Evening Bulletin staff. F.C. Farmar, Local staff (one of 8 with this title). Published in San Francisco Blue Book & Pacific Coast Elite Directory, 1892. SF: Bancroft Co., 1892. (SFGenCom.) 
INFO NATIVE SONS. Sacramento Daily Union, 24 Mar 1893. Native Sons San Francisco delegates to the Grand Parlor in Sacramento. From Alcade, 154 - F. C. Farmar and two others. (SacUnionCDN.) 
INFO PROPERTY SALE. San Francisco Call, 30 May 1896. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Two transactions: Frederick C., Richard J. and George B. Farmar to Mary E. and Ada M. Farmar, lot on W line of Stockton street, 69:8 S of Greenwich, S 22 by W 70; $1 and Mary E. and Ada M. Farmar to Rosina Lometti, same; $10. (SFCallCDN.) 
INFO SAN FRANCISCO CITY DIRECTORIES. 1897 to 1908. Listings for all years (except 1906): Farmar, Frederick C. journalist or reporter (no employer listed) r.2236 Post. (SFCityDirect.) 
INFO ATTENDANT FOR WEDDING. San Francisco Call, 16 June 1898. " Nuptials of Miss Kelly and E. J. Dollard. Elaborate Church Ceremony at St. Dominic's, Followed by a Brilliant Reception." Ushers included Fred Farmar. (SFCallCDN.) 
Exhibit PHOTO of Fred Farmar as a mature man. On post card sent to brother George B. Farmar in Lodi as part of a Christmas greeting. On back: To George & May. "This postal is too thin to trust in the mail. Merry Christmas to both. Fred. You will find a little hardware from me that may come in useful. F." (JDFarmarColl.)
INFO PICNIC FOR Y.M.I. San Francisco Call, 19 May 1900. "The members of the Cathedral Council No. 59 Young Men's Institute will celebrate the annual picnic . . . " Floor committee includes Fred E. Farmar. (SFCallCDN.) 
INFO PROPERTY TRANSFER. San Francisco Call, 13 May 1909. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. "Frederick C. Farmar, to Eliza White, lot in SE line of Paris street, 270 NE of France avenue, SE 100 by NE 30; $10." (SFCallCDN.) 
INFO WEDDING WITNESS. Fred C. Farmar, resident of Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, CA, is a witness for the wedding of his sister Ada Maria Farmar to Daniel Joseph White in Lodi, CA, on 26 Aug 1909. (SJMarrLicAp LDS1841860 26 Aug 1909.) 
INFO SANTA ROSA DIRECTORY. R.L. Polk & Co's Santa Rosa, Petalum and Sonoma County Directory. 1911 listing "Santa Rosa Rural Routes: Farmer FC rt 6 Bx 120. (note: route 6 covered all territory north of the city of Santa Rosa.) (SantaRosaDir.) 
DeathHe died 29 November 1918 in Atwater, California, at age 62. 
INFO CEMETERY INFO from Cypress Lawn Cemetery, Colma, California, plot 331D, owner: Mrs. Eliza White. Burial #7. Frederick C. Farmar, d. at age 62, b. Calif. d. 29 Nov 1918, single, male, died in Atwater, CA, of rupture of heart. Interment #33984, book5. [no burial date on this list]. (CypLawn331D 13Oct1975 info.) 
INFO FAMILY BIBLE RECORD. Deaths. "Frederick Chas. Farmar, Died Nov.29, 1918 at Atwater. Aged 62 yrs. 5 mos. & 27 das." (FarMitBible Records, p.7.) 
INFO DEATH CERT FILED. 30 Nov 1918. Frederick Charles Farmar. d. 29 Nov 1918, single, birth unk, age abt 62, occup: laborer. b. CA. Father Richard P. Farmar, b. England; mother Mary A. Mitchell b. Australia. Res at place of death 5 yrs (i.e. Atwater, Merced Co.) Cause-rupture of the heart. Informant D.J. White of Atwater CA. Burial SF 30Nov1918. (CADeaCertMer.) 
INFO FUNERAL RECORD. N. Gray & Co. Record book 12. Page 22, #730, 2 Dec 1918. Deceased: Frederick Charles Farmar, Charge to Miss Mary E. Farmar, Atwater Cal; Ordered by Geo B and Mary E Farmar & Ada M. White. Single, age 62, place of death- Atwater, Cal, Occupation- Laborer, Date of Death: 29 Nov 1918. Physician W.M. Griffin, Coroner. Born California, Cause of Death - Rupture of heart. Burial date 2 Dec 1918 by Rev. Isaac Dawson. Services at Chapel, Burial Cypress Lawn. Detailed funeral costs total 79.80. Obituary from ?? newspaper: "FARMAR -- Atwater, Cal., November 29, 1918. Frederick Charles Farmar, beloved brother of Mary E. and George B. Farmar and Ada M. White, native of San Francisco, Cal, aged 62 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services at 3:30 Monday afternoon, December 2d, at Gray's Divisadero at Geary. Interment Cypress Lawn. Friends may call at Grays." (SFFunerRecFS.)