Very seldom do descendants find the message boards (although sometimes it happens).Most responses are from persons who enjoy research.This is not my Farley line, but this seems to be the family you are researching.
1900 U. S. Census, Mt. Carmel, Northumberland Co. PA
James Farley, b. April 1859, PA, parents born Ireland. Catterine, born March 1858, PA, parents born Ireland. All the children were born in PA Mary, Aug 1881 Thomas, April 1885 Francis, Jan or Jun 1886 (difficult to read) Catherine, May 1888 Rosa, Aug 1890 Ellen, Jan 1893 John, May 1895
1910 U. S. Census, Mt. Carmel, Northumberland Co. PA
James V. Farley, 56, b. PA, both parents b. Ireland Katherine, 52, b. PA, both parents b. Ireland Children b. PA Thomas A., 26 Francis, 23 Rose, 19 John, 15 Also living in the household was a sister of Katherine: Bridget Nolan, age 56, b. PA, parents b. Ireland.She was single.
Because these Farley names are so common it might be difficult to get the right family members in later census records, but I will see what I can find.I did see a Thomas A. Farley, b. PA, about the right age, living in the Bronx in a later census.I will look further into it, and also see if I can find the parents of James V. Farley.