Last name: Farr
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Hello all Farr's out there :) I don't really know much about any of my ancestors, but my Dad is called Craig Farr, i've never met my Grandad but I know he is called James Farr and is a Welder :) If anyone knows of anyone that fits this description, then please leave a reply. :) I'm 22
hello all farr's out there i would love to find out about our heritage,but i can't get past my grandad, albert edward WHO WAS BORN IN MANCHESTER in 1912,his parents were william and christine,he was born in blackley.he had a sister called gertrude and brother's tony and john, my dad william was born june 4th in crumpsall,he had two younger brothers john and peter, they have sadly all passed away,hopefully there's some one out there who can help me along looking forward to hearing off anyone
You might have to hit up a local library or contact a well known one in Manchester for cenus records.
my dad name is william david farr, from plymought
My Brother's name is John David Farr and My Uncle is David Farr & My Dad James Farr
I'm in 6th grade and I'm doing a project about history. on my fathers side. and still have no idea how to write about this. lol
Thomas Farr is the name of my childs father who I gave up for adoption in 1972. I want to know more about his origens because I have recently found my child and am hoping to foster a relationship with her. I anticipate she will want to know about her ancestry. I was told that the name Farr is far from a common name, which added to my curiosity.
Contact Eugene Farr (he's on the web) he wrote a book about the Farr famiily. Good Luck!
Interesting debate on the name. The only thing I know is that FARR is a given surname (which probably explains the broken family tree - and different definition). I have heard multiple versions including: - Metal working / blacksmith (Ferric / Ferrum user) - Farrier (worker/slave) - Traveler - Farrier (Vet) - Farrenholtz - Knight - Problem solver So I guess its where (and when your from). However I have been told that the 2 oldest definitions are blacksmith/metalworker and problem solver. I imagine the other references were due to demand of ability. e.g. Horse needs shoes, I should make myself some armor (knight), I am needed overseas (traveller)..... what do you guys think?