This William Farrar appears to be of Jamestown and wife noted as Sisley Jordan

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Just wanted to double-check, as he is not noted as a Jamestown ancestor, but the narrative seems to clearly indicate that he was not only present, but was also Councillor - Council of Virginia and Virginia General Assembly (of Colonial Jamestowne). [Need to look at his wife's profile too, given that she's on the following list as Jordan, Sisley (add alternate spelling).]

See also: Seventeenth Century Qualifying Ancestors

WikiTree profile: William Farrar
in Genealogy Help by Porter Fann G2G6 Mach 6 (67.0k points)

Thanks Fann! I've added the Jamestowne Qualifying Ancestor sticker and supporting citation to both Farrar-75 & Farrar-393,

Thanks so much, Liz.

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That is correct.
by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Pilot (627k points)
selected by Porter Fann
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William Farrar and wife Sisley are my 9th great grandparents and I have proven genealogy for them. Both are qualified ancestors for membership in the Jamestowne Society, which I am a member of.
by Wiley Clarkson G2G Rookie (290 points)
He is also my 9th great grandparent and my namesake, and proven by DNA (hg R-YP5905)  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William Farrar (settler)

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