Indeed, if you are descended from the John Farrar - Cecily Kelke marriage, then we are cousins!They are (two of my) 10th great-grandparents.
I am responding re: your Farrar post on that GenForum separately (sorry I hadn't seen this before today).As I indicate there, the information agrees with what I have.
I would be happy to send a GEDCOM file for your use.You should know, the descendants portion is not very up to date, as loading even just what Alvahn Holmes has in her 2nd book would take a LONG time.I do have all the descendants of Dr. John Seay (1826-1898) in my database - he was my great-great grandfather, therefore some 8 generations removed from John Farrar and Cecily Kelke; I also have some other information on other branchs, but this is not what I would call 'complete'.
Since my long-term interest has been researching our ancestry, I do have quite a bit in that direction: my count just now shows 2,684 ancestors [JUST ancestors] of William Farrar, the emigrant - mostly through Cecily Kelke, but a large number through the Lacy marriage.
Let me know if you want 'the whole thing', and I will send it to your email address above.I think it will approach 1 mg of memory.