Our wonderful host, Bernice Bennett's on-line Geneaology BlogTalk Radio Program did her best to assist in clarification and a orderly presentation of thousands of years of history in one hour.
This is the 2nd on-line radio interview I have done and I what to thank her for having me (Mrs. Teresa R. Kemp) as a guest. I will continue adding documents and more primary sources and Methodology. These post are part of the documents we will be discussing. I put the information here for your study & review. It continues my mission
To document, discuss preserve our families cultures and contribution to World & American History.
- Thomas “Tom” Farrow born October 1883.
- James (“Jim”) Farrow born September 1885, he died 12/19/1964.
- Nora Bell Farrow born October 1888, died September 2, 1957. (my great grandmother)
- Jencia “Jency” Farrow-Holms born in died 10/15/1968 married Gary Holms and (they had a son, Willie P. Bonham born 1890 in Georgia). She stuttered and was called "Auntie 10 cent" by my mother told me.
|Tom & Alma Farrow with their daughter Lucille (I met her)|
|1940 U.S. Census of Tom & Alma Farrow|
|Eliza Farrow's 1933 Standard Certificate of Death |
State of South Carolina
|Scoggins Family Death Record with both Peter & Eliza Farrow's death dates.|
|William "Will" McDaniel|
|Nora Bell (Farrow) McDaniel|
Nora married my great grandfather William McDaniel in 1908 and I have done a separate Blog Post for them since they had so many children. Here is their certificate and we also have a photo of the page in the County Marriage Book where their information is hand recorded.
I found it on www.Familysearch.org
I am in the process of digitizing our family’s birth, marriage, court,military, land and death records before information is lost.