O'Farrell Family

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O'Farrell Family

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The O’Farrell Family owned and operated a general store in Saint-Malachie, Quebec. James O'Farrell (1846-1893), merchant farmer, operated the general store. He also served as the Secretary Treasurer for the town of Saint-Malachie. James O'Farrell was married to Catherine Reid (1849-1910). Their son, James T.A. O’Farrell (1886-1973), was a farmer. He was married to Susan Cassidy (1887-1946). Together they had four children, Francis (1919-1992), Norman, James J., and William. Francis O’Farrell was married to Berthe Renaud (1923-2010). Together they had three children, Kevin, Glenn, and James. Francis O’Farrell was elected as a Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly in Dorchester, Quebec, in 1964. Norman O’Farrell was married to Mary-Sarah Paulmert. James J. O’Farrell was married to Madeleine Selway. William O’Farrell was married to Ruth O'Rourke. Mary Bridget O'Farrell was the niece of James O'Farrell and cousin to James T.A. O'Farrell.

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Created 2017-08-16

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National Assembly of Quebec. (2009). Francis O’Farrell. Retrieved from http://www.assnat.qc.ca/en/deputes/o-farrell-francis-4645/biographie.html

O’Farrell, G. (2010). Berthe Renaud O’Farrell. The Globe and Mail. Retrieved from https://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/facts-and-arguments/berthe-renaud-ofarrell/article4325425/

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