Flavius Farmar

Male, (1836 - 1890)
FatherWilliam Farmar (1806 - 1889)
MotherCharlotte Cook (circa 1805 - 1877)
RelationshipGrandson of Thomas F. Farmar
ChartsFarmar Descendants
BirthFlavius Farmar was born 26 March 1836 in Dover, Kent, England. 
INFO BIRTH RECORD. Dover Pent Side Baptist Church. Flavius Farmar, son of William Farmar and Charlotte, born in the parish of St. Mary the Virgin, 26 March 1836. (DovPentPR LDS917002#1 p.15.) 
INFO ENROLLMENT AS APPRENTICE. 15 July 1850 Quarter Session Dovor. Flavius Farmar son of William Farmar schoolmaster of Dovor, with consent of father. Indenture dated 6 Apr 1850; apprenticed to William Batcheller of Dovor printer to serve for 7 years. Master to pay weekly in 5-6 yrs 9 shillings, and in 7th yr 12 shillings. Money to be paid to apprentice or to father or other person who is maintaining him. Father to provide food, lodging, clothing, medical care. (DovAppren LDS1656692#3 p.530.) 
INFO ENROLLMENT AS FREEMAN of Dovor 26 Jul 1859 Flavius Farmar, residence Dovor, by right of birth. (DovFree1760 LDS1656692#5 p.57.) 
INFO CENSUS 1861 (7 Apr 1861). Note Flavius, age 25, unmar, printer, is at home with father. (GBCens1861 LDS642659 Kent Dover St.Mary's Ed1, #52.) 
INFO PRINTER FOR DOVER COUNCIL. Dover Express 22 Jun 1861. A report of city council actions includes the appointment of tradesmen for the year ahead. Farmar and Bourner were appointed as printers for the council [i.e. Flavius Farmar]. (DoverExprFMP0. 
INFO PRINTING PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. Dover Telegraph, 23 Nov 1861, p.4. "The undersigned Flavius Farmar and Edwin James Bourner return their sincere thanks for the support they have received during the time they have been in business in Dover as Printers, and, having this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent, they beg to inform their friends and the public that the business will in future be conducted by E.J. Bourner only, on his own account, at the new Printing-office,situate in the new street leading out of Biggin Street . . .." (DovTelCPFMP.) 
INFO MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE. 1861 10 Dec. no. 108. Marriage at St. Mary's Church in the parish of St. Marylebone in the county of Middlesex. Flavius Farmar, full age, bachelor, Printer, residence at 19 Circus Street. Father, William Farmar, school master. Susannah Pain, full age, spinster, of 56 Seymour Place. Father, William Pain, builder. Married by Banns by Arthur S. Thompson. Witnesses Richard Penley Burres, Ann Snett? Pain, Ellen Payne. (GBCertMarONS.) 
MarriageHe married Susannah Pain, daughter of William Pain, 10 December 1861 in St. Marylebone, Middlesex, England. 
INFO MARRIAGE NOTICE. Dover Express, 14 Dec 1861. "MARRIAGES. Dec 10, at St. Mary's, Bryanstone Sqaure. Flavius, the elder son of Mr. W. Farmar, of York Street, Dover, to Susannah, youngest daughter of the late Mr. W. Pain, of Buckland, near Dover." (DovExpresFMP.) 
INFO CIV REG INDEX Marriage. Flavious Farmar. DecQ,1861. Marylebone, 1a,776. (GBCivRegInd LDS6102597.) 
INFO CENSUS 1871 (2 Apr 1871). Surrey, Battersea. 51 Broughton Street. Flavius Farmer, head, mar, 35, printer compositor, b.Kent Dover. Wife Susanna, 35, b. Kent Dover. Son Frank, 4, scholar, b. Mdx Kensington. (GBCens1871 RG10/705 95:61.) 
Note NOTE: son Willie age 6 is with grandfather William Farmar for 1871 census, 2 Apr 1871. 
INFO CENSUS 1881 (3 Apr 1881). Surrey, Battersea. 10 Basnett Grove. Flavius Farmar, head, mar, 45, Printer, b. Kent Dover. Wife Susanna, 45, b. Kent Buckland in Dover. Son Willie, 17, Printer, b. Middlesex Kensington. Son Frank, 15, Chemist, b. Middlesex Kensington. (GBCens1881 RG11/1650 90:36.) 
INFO PROBATE of father's will (written 1887, proved 1889). Flavius given twenty pounds. Estate valued at £177.4.9. Brother Austin given property and life insurance policy. (PPRWillsDist LDS1471584-10 Canterbury Oct 1889.) 
DeathFlavius Farmar died 25 January 1890 in Battersea, Surrey, England, at age 53. 
INFO DEATH REGISTRATION. 1890, district Wandsworth, sub-district East Battersea in County of London. #370. died: 25 Jan 1890 at 4 Queens Road. Flavius Farmar, male, 53 years, Compositor (foreman), Cause: Bronchitis, exhaustion (10 days), Certified by J.B. English L.R.C.S.. Informant: W. Farmar, son, present at the death, residence 27 Robertson Steet East, Battersea. Registered 27 Jan 1890, by H.R. Baker, Registrar. (GBCertDeaONS.) 
INFO NEWSPAPER DEATH NOTICE. Dover Express, 31 Jan 1890. "Farmar - January 25th, at 4, Queen's Road, Batteresa Park, London, Flavius, eldest son of the late William Farmar, of Dover, in the 54th year of his age." (DoverExpFMP.) 
INFO ESTATE ADMIN. 1890 Farmar Flavius. 15 Feb. Administration of the Personal estate of Flavius Farmar late of 4 Queen's-road Battersea in the County of Surrey who died 25 January 1890 4 Queen's-road was granted at the Principal Registry to Susannah Farmar of 4 Queen's-road widow the Relict. Personal estate £132 11s. (PPRCalen LDS 251342 1890, p.18.) 
INFO CIV REG INDEX Death. Flavius Farmar 54. MarQ,1890. Wandsworth, 1d,414. (GBCivRegInd LDS6103296.) 
Note NOTE 1891 Census -the house at 4 Queen's Road, the residence of Flavius at his death in Jan 1890, is uninhabited. 


Susannah Pain (circa 1835 - 1916)