|Thomas Beattie FARRINGTON
Thomas Beattie FARRINGTON
- Born: 9 Nov 1861, , Yadkin County, North Carolina 1
- Marriage (1): Betty Elizabeth WILLIAMS
- Died: 10 Mar 1922, Sumner, Guilford County, North Carolina at age 60 1 2 3
- Buried: 12 Mar 1922, , Guilford County, North Carolina 1 2 3 4
Thomas married Betty Elizabeth WILLIAMS, daughter of Unknown and Unknown. (Betty Elizabeth WILLIAMS was born in Sep 1866 in , Guilford County, North Carolina, died on 6 Jan 1904 in , Guilford County, North Carolina and was buried in , Guilford County, North Carolina 4.)
Thomas next married Alice.
Guilford, North Carolina, death certificate (1922), Thomas B. Fearington;
Thomas B. Fearington died at 11:00 p.m. on 10 Mar 1922 in Sumner, Guilford County, North Carolina of chronic hepatitis which he had for four years. He was a married white male about 60 years old. He was born about 1862 in North Carolina to an unnamed father and Peggy Lineberry. His wife was Alice Fearington. He was a farmer. The informant was C. A. Fearington of Randleman, North Carolina. He was buried in Burnetts Chapel on 12 Mar 1922 by Hanes Funeral Home in Greensboro, North Carolina.
"Tom B. Farrington," (Greensboro) Patriot, 13 Mar 1922, p. 2, col. 2;
Tom B. Farrington, a well known farmer of Summer township, died at his home Friday, after an illness of several wees. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Bennett's chapel and interment was made in the church cemetery. Mr. Farrington leaves his widow and eight children, all residents of the county.
"Funeral Services Are Held For Tom Berkley Farrington," (Greensboro) Daily News, 13 Mar 1922, p. 10, col. 2;
Tom Berkley Farrington, who died at his home in Sumner ownship, Guilford county, last Friday after several weeks' illness, was buried yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the graveyard at Bennett's chapel. Funeral services were conducted at the church. Mr. Farrington is survived by his widow and eight children, all of this county.
Tombstone photograph; privately held by Autumn Dipert Brown, [ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Greensboro, North Carolina.