Edward Neddy 2.1.1 Pharr dies 11 Feb. 1795. So what happens to his sons?
1. Ephraim 2.2.3 dies at Lexington Ga. in 1798. His only know son moves to Wilcox C. Ala. about 1814. He has a large plantation there.
2. Samuel Ezekiel 2.2.4 dies 7 May 1804. His wife and son Samuel are in Abbeville SC on 1820 census but move to Gwinnett C. Ga later.
3. Rev. Edward T. 2.2.7 is on the 1800 Oglethorpe C. and the 1820, 1830 and 1840 Jackson C. Ga. census.
4. Francis 2.2.8 never marries and dies about 1803 In Elbert C. Ga.
5. Jonathan 2.2.9 lives in Georgia and moves to Concordia Parrish La. on the 1820 census and dies in Pulaski C. Arkansas 1829. He has 3 sons. One dies in Texas and one in Mississippi but his wife delivers a son soon after he dies. They move to Texas. I'm told this line has some connection to the Kings Ranch.
6. John Houlton 2.2.10 lives in Oglethorpe C. and moves to Newton C. where he dies 3 Aug. 1844. His wife is Sally Tatum. I can only find the name of one son. Alexander M. who dies in 1865 in Newton C.This family has a large plantation in Newton C. Several in this line become Doctors.
Notes on Ephraim
- 2.2.3 Ephraim recorded his will 12 July 1798 in Oglethorpe Co. He list his wife as Jane, His daughters as Mary, Elizabeth, Margaret and Jemima and one son Ephraim.- 2.3.14 Info from Pharrs and Farrs. His Will is in book A pg. 78 at Lexington, Ga. dated 7/12/1798. recorded 10/2/1798. It is signed "Ephraim Phair" His wife Jane and Alexander McEwen are named as executors. He was a Revolutionary Soldier (See Lottery of Olgethorpe Co., Ga. 1804 p. 9) His wife had two draws as a wife of a Rev. soldier. His fathers will in 1793 left him with "one third of price of land tha I sold to Nathanial Hicks and one ewe and one weather and 1/4 intrest in a wagon.
Notes on Samuel
2.2.4 from Pharrs and Farrs enlisted at the beginning of the Revolutionary War in Mecklenburg Co., NC. He served as a Private under Captain Alexander, Majpr Bow in N.C. milita part of the time as a wagnoer and was promoted to Lieut. of Cavalry toward the end of the Revolutionary War. He died in Abbeville Dist. of S. C. at the age of 47 and his widow was granted a pension in Gwinnett Co., Ga. 8/3/1844. (See bureau of Pensions Wash. D. C.) His will was recorded in 1806. In his fathers will, 1793 he was bequeathed "one mare by the name of "Fly" and two ewes and 1/4 intrest in a wagon. He was one of the Executors of his father's will.
notes on Edward T.
- 2.2.7 Was ordained in 1803 by Hopwell Presbytery of North Carolina. In the Georgia roster of Rev. soldiers by Knight 1920 p. 317 he is listed in Maj. Bowen's battalion, see p.5. he was one of the executory of his fathers will in 1794. He inherited from his father one hundred acres of land tht Edward Pharr had bought from "Hue and Walton" also Edward's "riding horse". In 1813 Edward Pharr sold his land in Oglethorpe Co., Ga. and is named as "a student of the state of South Carolina". He was one of the executors of his fathers will in 1794. Capt. Orr Dist. No. 257 and his widow was entitled to draw in the land lottery of 1825 in Jackson Co., Ga. (question he was still alive in 1825. Got remarried that year.)
-1800 census for Oglethorpe County, Phair Edward 1 male 26-45=1, 3 females 0-10=1, 26-45=1. The male would be Edward. The older female would be Mary Orr, the two younger females would be Hanna Feb. 1799 and Elizabeth Oct. 9 1800.
-1820 census for Jackson County, Edward Phair males 0-10-2(Ephraim- William), 10-15=2(Edward and John Thomas), 45-up=1 (Edward) females 0-16=2,
-1830 census for Jackson County, No.4 322 line 2 Edward Pharr males 0-5=1, 15-20=1, 20-30=2, 60-70=1
females 0-5=2, 20-30=1,
-1840 census for Jackson County, line 4 Edward T. Pharr males 5-10=1,10-15=1, 20-30=1, 70-80=1,
females 5-10=1, 10-15=2, 40-50=1. Son Edward III is next door.
notes on Francis
2.2.8 No record of him getting married and bequeathed his estate to his namesake Francis Pharr son of Johnathan. He was about 35 or 36 at his death. He witnessed his fathers will in 1793 as Francis Phair but signed his own Will 4/24/1803 as (recorded at Alberton, Elbert Co. Ga. Book of Probates 1803-1804 p. 58) as Francis Pharr. In his father's will he was left 100 acres of that land that bought of Hues and Walton and one ewe and one ram and two cow's and a set of plow iron's and gear and 1/4 intrest in a wagon.
Notes on Jonathan
-2.2.9 From the book Pharrs and Farrs was born in Virginia before his father, Edward moved to Meck Co. NC about 1779 following the death of his wife Rachel Beard. Edward and his family was in Wilkes Co. Ga. in March 1784 where he was evidently married. The son 2.3.8 Francis is named in the will of 2.2.38 Francis Pharr (brother of Jonathan) as his legal heir. The other two sons Samuel and David, are named in the "bill of sale" of slaves in Texas Previously mentioned as the sole heir of Jonathan Pharr. He is a Justice of the peace in Elbert County,Ga. in 1797 and held court in that year (see land grant book in Elbert Co. 1791-1822. In 1803 however he was captain of his milita Dist. in Jackson Co. Ga. A Jonathan Pharr is mentined in Herdon's Centenial History of Arkansas, 1932 published by S. J. Clarke publishing of Chicago, as one of the early settlers in about 1817 to 1829 of Pyeatsville, Pulaski Co. Ark. As he seem to have 'a wanderlust" bent he probley moved with other Pharrs to Mississippi where David married Elizabeth Bailey. (See 2.3.40)
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I believe he is shown on the 1820 census for Concordia Parish, Louisiana.
notes on John Houlton
2.2.10 from the book of Pharrs and Farrs. He inherited from his father "287 acres of land in Greene Co. Ga., one mare called Phenix and a horescolt and bed and furniture" also 200. of money i have, bonds and notes for to be used to defray the cost of my sons John's schooling and what is over is to help my son, Edward, in his learning". The family lived in Oglethorpe Co. Ga. The tax records for 1796 show as follows: Jean (John?) Pharr Oglethorpe Co. Ga. 3 slaves and Ephraim Pharr, agent for John Farr 287 1/2 acres in Greene Co. Ga. There is a John H. Pharr who enlisted from Greene Co. Ga. in the War of 1812 in Captain Burwell Pope's Company, Colonel Jett Thomas' Regement Ga. State Troups, Sept. 12, 1814 and was discharged at Savannah, Ga. 2/21/1815. He was head of a family in Greene Co. Ga. in the U. S. census for 1820. In 1825 he drew one land lot in Hill's Dist. in Oglethorpe Co. Ga. He applied for land bounty at Seale, Russell Co. Ala. 11/12/1850 for 80 acres, 26383, 3/11/1851. Someting wrong here. He died in Aug. 1844 so this has to be his son?
-Question, On the 1820 Oglethorpe County pg? line 9, John Farr, males 10-16=1, 16-18=1, 16-26=2, 45-up=1, females 0-10=2, 10-16=1, 16-26=2, 26-45=1I believe this to be our John Farr.
-Question, On the 1830 Newton County, Georgia census pg 33 line 21, John Farr, males 10-15=1, 50-60=1, females 15-20=1, 50-60=1
-Question, On the 1840 Newton County, Georgia census pg 21 line 5, John Farr, males 60-70=1, females 60-70=1, The only Farr in county.
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