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Farrer, William James.
Adm. pens. (age 19) at PEMBROKE, June 23, 1864.
Eldest s. of Thomas, farmer, of Keastwick, Kirkby Lonsdale [and of Wythmoor, Westmorland]. B. [Apr. 3, 1845], at Oldfield.
School, Christ's Hospital.
Matric. Michs. 1864; Scholar, 1865; B.A. (29th Wrangler) 1868.
Studied medicine at Cambridge.
Emigrated to Australia; of Lambrigg, Thorwa, New South Wales.
Married Henrietta Sarah Nina Sophia, dau. of The Hon. Leopold Fabius de Salis (1837), formerly a member of the Upper House of Parliament, New South Wales, Sept. 1882 Died s.p. Apr. 16, 1906, (Burke, L.G.; Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners.)
William James FARRER
Approx. lifespan: 1845–1906
pens. aged 19 Pembroke College adm1864:06:23
Eldest s. of Thomas FARRER farmer, of Keastwick, Kirkby Lonsdale, [Westmorland], [and of Wythmoor, Westmorland ,
b. Oldfield, [West Riding of Yorkshire ???], 1845:04:03
School Sch: Christ's Hospital [Sussex],
Matric 1864:10MT:
Scholar 1865
BA 29 th Wrangler 1868
Studied medicine CB, ???,
Emigrated to Australia , ; of Lambrigg, Thorwa, New South Wales , Australia ,
m. Henrietta Sarah Nina Sophia FABIUS dau. of Hon. Leopold FABIUS de Salis (1837), formerly a member of the Upper House of Parliament, New South Wales , Australia , 1882:09
d. s.p. 1906:04:16,
(Burke, L.G.; Christ's Hospital Exhibitioners. )
[add:]Born at Lambrigg, near Kendal [Westmorland], [:add]
[add:]Bought land in Australia , and called it Lambrigg[:add]
[add:]Spent 26 years laying the foundation of the Australian wheat industry[:add]
[add:]Appointed to a Government post in 1898[:add]
[add:]A Farrer commemoration stamp was issued in his honour.[:add]
[add:]The Farrer Memorial Trust and Farrer research scholarships in wheat were[:add]
[add:]instituted in 1911[:add]
[add:]C.R. Hudleston: Article on William FARRER in the Penrith Herald 1967:05:27 [:add]