Hi Colleen. I think I would have to see this in context. Farraher is an unusual name, it might be derived from Irish (west coast - Galway) or Scottish Farquhar. In Scotland, at least, it was sometimes seen as a first name as well as a surname. It was popular in Scotland, up to about the 16th Century, as a first name for a number of the Highland families. There is a popular Highland fiddler today, from the Isle of Syke, called Farquhar MacDonald. This may be a clue. Any chance of sending me the document?