Farrar Cemetery

Name & Place

Dates

Age

Husband, Wife or Child of

Epitaph & Notes

Farrar Sr., Jeduthan (1)

d.  06/1784

Not Listed

Father of Israel & Jeduthan Farrar

2nd. N.H Regiment Rev. War Soldier

Farrar, Jeduthan (4)

d. 08/10/1812

Not Listed

Not Listed

His wife died Feb. 27, 1843 No other info. given nor is it stated that they are buried here.

Farrar, Israel

d. 03/13/1819

80yrs.

Father of Josiah, Jonathan & John Farrar

His wife died Dec. 27,1810 No other info. given nor is it Stated that they are Buried here.

Farrar, Jeduthan esq.

d.  07/30/1863

68yrs.

Husband of Sally(Cate) Farrar & Father to Wm.Farrar

Not Listed

Farrar, Josiah

b.11/6/1767 m.11/1796

d. 1845

78yrs.

Husband of M-- Dow, Father of Sally, Perley, Israel, Debonair, Julia , Ira , & Hiram Farrar

He kept a diary of weather changes, deaths & events for 40 yrs.

Farrar, Mary (2)

d. 01/21/1848

Not Listed

Not Listed

Not Listed

Farrar, Sally Cate(3)

d. 10/31/1885

89yrs.

Wife of Jeduthan Farrar & mother of Wm. Farrar

Maiden name of Sally is Cate

 Notes:

Farrar Cemetery is located on Province Road in Belmont, NH. *Coming from Laconia Road (State Route 106 North) take a right onto Leavitt Road. Follow Leavitt Road to end, turn right onto Province Road (State Route 107 South).  Continue on Province Road for 1.6 miles, the cemetery is on the left. It rests close to the road on a rise, and is not enclosed by a wall.*   Farrar Cemetery is #21 on the map.

*The first person known to be buried here is Jeduthan Farrar Sr. in June 1784,  and the last known person was Sally Cate Farrar who died on October 31, 1885. There are seven (7) people buried here.*

*Edited by Diane Marden to reflect today’s directions.