Sorry, I forgot to answer your question about Isaac Fernando Farlow. In perusing the 100+ page Farlow book, which is not indexed, I did not find one with that name, but found plenty of Isaacs, with and without middle names. I could have missed him, or maybe he was listed without a middle name. If you could give me some info about when and where he lived, his parents, family, etc., I can look again. The Farlow book, however, is very incomplete. It was first compiled by E. Edgar Farlow (1872-1955), who went blind over 20 years before his death, and his daughter, Clara B. Farlow (1900-1989)of Greensboro, NC, later had his material printed. I had been in contact with Miss Farlow's niece and nephew who were interested in updating the book, but am not sure whether they plan to publish. If so, I have a lot of material on my own branch, descendants of Ruth Farlow Newlin.
In case you weren't aware, there are two volumes of books on Randolph County Heritage in the Asheboro library that have several narratives on Nathan and Ruth Carter Farlow (Isaac's parents) and their descendants in that area. It appears all Farlows in that area descend from Nathan, as his father Michael's other children and Michael's brothers went to the Midwest.