Once a teacher at Wenonah Elementary, then Gateway Regional High School, and on to Pitman, and Gloucester County Community College.
Jack Hain wrote, "You know you're from Wenonah if you remember when this fellow (my Dad) was Chief of Police and the big crime was running the stop sign in front of our house at Maple and Jefferson by Wenonah Lake!"
By Lou McCall
Born in Maine in 1861, he was the son of Lincoln D. Farr ( of Bailey and Farr Manufactory in Camden, previously know as Farr’s Oil Cloth Works ) and Hannah Bailey Farr (daughter of a leading oilcloth manufacturer and niece to CM Bailey, a financial magnate and oil cloth manufacturer). He hails from a long line of Quakers and Puritans dating back to Plymouth Rock.