The SS F. Southall Farrar was a Liberty Ship built by the United States to be used for World War II operations. It was named after F. Southall Farrar, an agriculturist and 4-H leader from Virginia. The ship was laid down in May 1944 under a Maritime Commission contract by J.A. Jones Construction in Brunswick, Georgia, and launched in July the same year. After launch, the vessel was allocated to the Union Sulphur & Oil Corporation. It was placed in the reserve fleet at Beaumont, Texas in 1948 and sold in December 1965 for scrapping.