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Thomas Buery Farley

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Henrico County, Province of Virginia, Colonial America
Death: Died in Pearisburg, Giles County, Virginia, Colonial America
Place of Burial: Walker's Creek, Giles County, Virginia, Colonial America
Immediate Family:

Son of Francis Marion Farley, I and Nancy Anna Farley
Husband of Judith Farley
Father of Judith Nicewander; Capt. Henry Farley; Thomas Farley, Jr.; Rebecca Thompson; William Farley and 5 others
Brother of Francis Marion Farley, II; Booker Farley; Adam Farley and Eleanor Laforey
Half brother of John Farley; James Parke Farley; Mary Pack (Farley) and Matthew Farley

Managed by: Martin Severin Eriksen
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About Thomas Buery Farley

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of SOLDIER. DAR Ancestor #: A038649


The DAR has erected a Thomas Farley Memorial near Walker's Creek, Giles County, VA. It reads:

"Thomas Farley, Sr., a revolutionary soldier was buried near this site in 1796. His services extending over 20 years include 1758 French and Indian Wars, 1774 Battle of Point Pleasant(Cornstalk). 1776 erected Farley's Fort near the New River, 1778 fought in campaign under General McIntosh, 1779 Indian Scout under Captain Patton . .

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Thomas Buery Farley's Timeline

1730
October 25, 1730
Henrico County, Province of Virginia, Colonial America
1752
1752
Age 21
Virginia, Colonial America
1757
1757
Age 26
Chesterfield County, Province of Virginia
1760
1760
Age 29
Summers, Virginia, USA
1763
1763
Age 32
Walker's Creek, Augusta County, Province of Virginia
1764
1764
Age 33
Walkers Creek, Augusta County, Province of Virginia
1764
Age 33
Henrico Co., Virginia
1764
Age 33
Giles or Henrico County, Virginia, Colonial America