Here is William's obit; please contact me if this is your line:: "The Independence Examiner", Independence, Missouri, December 30, 1921: William Farlow is Dead. Lived Many Years West of this City; Was Son of a Pioneer. William Farlow died at 10 o'clock this morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J.A. Denton, 811 North Union street.He became ill three weeks ago while visiting in Texas.A week ago today he arrived in Independence on a stretcher but failed to rally after he got here.He was 72 years old. Mr. Farlow came to Jackson County with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Farlow in 1867.He was born at Hamilton, Ohio.His parents bought a farm in the vicinity of where the Van ,,,*,,, road now passes over the Chicago and Alton Railroad tracks between Independence and Kansas City.William Farlow afterwards came into possession of the land and continued to own it until about a year ago, when he sold it to an investment company.It has since been cut up into plots and is being sold out for building purposes.The farm contained 104 acres.Mr. Farlow and his family saw Independence and Kansas City gradually creep towards one another until at last the advance from the Independence side has come to and is passing over his own place. Mr. Farlow is survived by the following sons and daughters:Mrs. George Tripp, Greenwood, MO; Mrs. J.W. Hunter, Dallas, Tex; Mrs. Adam Hill, Fairland Heights; Mrs. W.W. Hobbs, Raytown; Mrs. J.A. Denton, Independence; Mrs. G.C. Boyd, Weiser, Id.; J.F. Farlow, Mt. Washington; Ollie Farlow, Kansas City; J.S. Farlow, Huntington, Ore.Surviving also is a sister, Miss Hannah Farlow, 811 North Union Street.Mrs. Farlow died about thirty years ago.Funeral arrangements have not been made.