Farrar Surnames

History of Gilmanton
Written by: Daniel Lancaster
Published in 1845 
Israel Farrar moved from Epping to Gilmanton, March, 1772. His sons were Josiah, Jonathan and John. He d. March 13th, 1819, aged 80. His wife d. Dec. 27th, 1810, aged 61 years. His brother Jeduhun, the father of Jeduthun, Esq. moved into town at an early date, and d. Aug. 10th, 1812. His wife d. Feb. 27th, 1843. (Gilmanton)

Josiah Farrar,  son of Israel, born July 5, 1767, m. Mary Dow Nov. 13, 1796. who was born Nov. 1774. They had Sally, Israel, Perley, Julia, Ira, Hiram. He died April 16, 1845, aged 78. He kept a diary of the changes in weather, a record of deaths and most remarkable events for about 40 years before his death.

Juduthun Farrar, Esq., son of Jeduthun names above, m. Sally Cate March 24th, 1816, and is the father of William H. Farrar, a graduate at D.C. in 1844. He has been a militia officer, Magistrate, Selectmen, Representative, and Director of the Fire Insurance Company.

Juduthun Farrar, Esq., is also the father of Rufus L. Farrar who married Lucina Dickey she died of dropsy on 9/4/1898 at age 61 and she was born in Orange, VT. Rufus L. died 9/5/1915 at age 86 and was born in Belmont. He was a farmer. Together, they had a daughter Sadie who married Harry B. Jones in Belmont on 11/19/1898, Sadie died on 4/18/1937 in Orange, VT. (information on above paragraph came from within this website, and it's stated resource)

Jeduthun Farrar, Senior, father of Israel and Jeduthun, came to town late in life, and died in June, 1784.

The Granite Monthly
Volume XVIII, January - June, 1895.
Published in 1896 p.195
Almon J. Farrar was born in Gilmanton, and died in Laconia, February 8, 1895, aged 51 years. He was a veteran of the Twelfth, New Hampshire Volunteers and was severely wounded at High Bridge, Va., April 7, 1865. He was quartermaster-general on Department Commander Thomas Cogswell's staff, and was commissary of the New Hampshire Veterans' association at the Weirs for sixteen years.
Farrar Family Photo coutesy of Belmont Cemetery Trustees. (Rufus & Lucina in photo)