Hi Doris, Thanks for your response.I will tell you what I have on James Silas Farlow.Also, I have one more child listed of John & Frances- S.M.- that's all I know though I believe it is a male child. As for Johns parentage, all I know is census lists him born in Delaware.
James Silas Farlow b.16 July, 1850 Jefferson Illinoism. Malinda Ellen Redmond 15 October, 1871 Jefferson, Illinois. James died 19 May 1918 Spring Garden, Illinois-buried Hams Grove Cemetery Jefferson Co, Ill In Hams Grove these are the Farlow listings: FARLOW: top of stone gone FARLOW, Cora Bell 1877-1878 FARLOW, James Silas 16 July 1850-19 May, 1918 FARLOW, Samuel M. 1853-1925 REDMAN, Miriam 1859-1897 Perhaps first listing could be John & Samuel M. a brother? Children of James Silas and Malinda Redman (Spelling varies for Redman) Clara B. Farlow m. Mc New b. Sept 1873 Walter S. Farlow b. Apr 1881; of Mt. Vernon, Ill Lulu Farlow b. Sept 1877 MF Farlow b. abt 1882 Luther CurrenFarlow b. 15 Dec 1883-d. Sept 1949 Union Cemetery, Uhrichsville, Ohio In Malindas obit she remarried to Henry Lovan and died in Le Grand, Oregon. Clara, Walter & Curren are mentioned as survivors. Curren, my great grandfather, signed his name as LC Farlow.I've seen it mostly Curren Luther on forums. Children of LC Farlow & Lydia Belle Van Allen: Rufus Dell b. 18 Jan 1918 Fowler, Benton Co, Indiana; d. 3 Jun 1976 buried Union Cemetery, Uhrichsville, Ohio m. Doris Isabel Cain 17 May 1929 Cairo, WVA Keith b. 7 Feb 1910, Oregon-died as a child Juanita Malinda b. 23 Sept 1915 Cove, Oregon d. 19 June 1926 Uhrichsville, Ohio Leland Clair b. 13 March 1918 Cove, Oregon m. Josephine Sherer d. 25 April 1985 North Olmstead, Ohio LC & Lydia both buried in Union Cemetery-Lydia d.6 Aug 1959-Juanita is also buried there.LC lived around Uhrichsville, Stillwater, Brightwood all close in Tuscarawas Co, Ohio before finally settling in Cleveland, where they both died.LC worked on the Railroad. My grandparents, RD & Doris Farlow settled in Uhrichsville where my mother was raised and I grew up at RD# 1 Uhrichsville. Leland raised his family in North Olmstead, Cleveland area.One son died in Viet Nam the other a professor in Minnesota now I believe.