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John & James McFARLANE


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John McFARLANE b. 30 Nov 1863 Milton, Lanark

James McGregor McFARLANE b. 1 Aug 1867 Milton, Lanark

Registration District: Maryhill
Civil Parish: Maryhill
County: Lanarkshire
Address: 330 Saracen Street
MCFARLANE William 1840 age 41 Irondresser (Unemployed) Glasgow, Lanarkshire
MCFARLANE Agnes 1843 age 38 Glasgow, Lanarkshire ??
MCFARLANE John 1864 age 17 Apprentice Iron Moulder Glasgow, Lanarkshire
MCFARLANE William 1866 age 15 Apprentice Iron Dresser Glasgow, Lanarkshire
MCFARLANE James Mc G 1867 age 13 Message Boy (Telegraph) Glasgow, Lanarkshire

William & Agnes and William left Scotland in 1885.

I'd like a look up please for John & James McG in 1891 and 1901.

EDIT: I have no information that either made it to Australia.


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