FARRAR, Clinton, Block 38
On the 1930 census of Beat 2, Herman C. Farrar, 27, is enumerated as a truck driver for a milk company along with wife Joesie I. 23, daughters Willie M., 5, Mary R., 3, and son Paul W., 2.
According to Kermit McFerrin, Clinton Farrar was a farmer, an auto-mechanic, and a truck driver. He is buried at Center Star Cemetery.
FARRAR, Irene, Block 38
Jossie Irene McNutt Farrar was the wife of Herman Clinton Farrar.
See information from the 1930 census above at Clinton Farrar.
Kermit McFerrin states that Irene McNutt Farrar worked in the Tupelo Hospital in the nursery for several years during the 1950s-60s. She was the mother of three: Willie Mae Farrar, Mary Ruth Farrar, and Paul Wayne Farrar.
McNUTT, Roy, Block 38
Roy McNutt, 2 year old son of William A and Lessie McNutt, was named on the 1920 census of Mantachie.
William Roy McNutt, son of William A. and Lessie A. McNutt was born 1917 and died in 1936. He is buried at Stephens Cemetery next to his father according to Burton-Cruber.
McNUTT, W.A., Block 38
William A. McNutt is listed on the 1910 and 1920 census of Mantachie as a farmer. In 1910 his household consisted of W.A. McNutt, 35, wife Lessie, 23, and daughter Irene. They were enumerated as living along the Cotton Gin-Aberdeen Road.
In 1920, William A. McNutt, 45, wife Lessie, 33, daughters Jessie, 13 and Winnie, 9, and son Roy McNutt, 2, were named.
The 1930 census lists the family as William A. McNutt, 54, wife Almeda, 42, and son William Roy, 13.
W.A. McNutt 1878 - 1959 is buried at Stephens Cemetery next to son William Roy McNutt.
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