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Walter Macfarlane (1853-1932)

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Walter Macfarlane (1853-1932) of Walter Macfarlane and Co

1853 Born in Glasgow. nephew of Walter Macfarlane

Educated at Glasgow Academy and then Glasgow University

Married the daughter of William Cross, Seedsman, subsequently having one son, who was named Walter MacFarlane and five daughters.

1891 Living in Kelvin, Glasgow: Walter Macfarlane (age 37), ironfounder. With his wife Helen Macfarlane (age 32) and their children Marion C. Macfarlane (age 9), Walter Macfarlane, Junior (age 7), Mary R. Macfarlane (age 4), Helen H. Macfarlane (age 9 months).[1]

1901 Living Kelvin, Glasgow: Walter Macfarlane (age 47), ironfounder. With Helen Macfarlane (age 42) and their children Marian C. Macfarlane (age 19), Walter Macfarlane (age 17), Margaret Macfarlane (age 14), Helen Hope Macfarlane (age 10), Jessie M. Macfarlane (age 7), Elsie C. Macfarlane (age 4). [2]

1932 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 census
  2. 1901 census