Sgt. Perry Farrow

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Perry Farrow, 2nd Sargeant

Also Known As: "Farrow", "Farrar", "Farrer", "Farror"
Birthdate: (51)
Birthplace: Augusta, VA, United States
Death: January 3, 1887 (51)
Rockbridge, VA, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Isaac Farrow and Ann Farrow
Husband of Diana Virginia Farrow
Father of Ann Eliza Bankert; James Walker Farrow; Samuel B. Farrow; Franklin R. Farrow and Homer Jay Farrow
Brother of Mary Ann Litten / Palmer; Cyrus Farrow; Enos S. Farrow; John Farrow; Benjamin Franklin Farrow and 2 others

Occupation: Farmer; Company G, Virginia 58th Infantry Regimen
Managed by: Erin Spiceland
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About Sgt. Perry Farrow

At an early day he learned the trade of mill-wright. When the War of the Rebellion broke out Mr. Farrow took sides with the South, or rather was drafted into the Rebel services. After serving until 1863 he became satisfied that he was in the wrong and left his companions in arms and came North stopping in Fulton county. For a few years after he came to Illinois he was engaged at his trade but finally gave it up and commenced farming. On the 7th of May 1865, he was united in marriage with Miss Dianah V. Lutz, who with five children, survive him and deeply mourn his loss. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Bair, at the late residence of the deceased at 10 o'clock Tuesday forenoon. The remains were interred in the Astoria cemetery.

Obituary for Perry Farrow Perry Farrow Perry Farrow was born in Augusta County, Va. and died January 3d, 1887, aged 51 years, 7 months, and 11 days. He was united in marriage with Dianah V. Lutz, May 7th, 1865. He leaves a wife and five children to mourn. He was not a professor of religion. About three months before his death he expressed himself as being convinced of the reality of religion, and since that time a marked change was visible in his life. He was loved and esteemed by all who knew him. He was a very kind father and an affectionate husband. He was also a friend to the Church. Ministers and other members always received a warm reception in his house. May of kind Father in heaven sustain Sister Farrow in this to he sad bereavement, and may it lend the sons and daughter to the Savior.

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Sgt. Perry Farrow's Timeline

May 22, 1835
Augusta, VA, United States
Age 30
IL, United States
May 1868
Age 32
IL, United States
April 10, 1870
Age 34
IL, United States
August 14, 1872
Age 37
IL, United States
February 27, 1877
Age 41
IL, United States
January 3, 1887
Age 51
Rockbridge, VA, United States