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James Wright Macfarlane

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James Wright Macfarlane ( -1928) of the Macfarlane Engineering Co

Born the son of Andrew Macfarlane, farmer, East Hatton, Cargill.[1]

1877 Birth of son James Colquhoun Macfarlane

1908 Patent. James Wright Macfarlane, Cathcart. Improvements in evaporators for the concentration of liquids.[2]

1913 James Wright Macfarlane of Watson, Laidlaw and Co.[3]

1928 February 16th. Died.

1928 April 05th. Probate. James Wright Macfarlane, Engineer, 'Cathbank', Cathcart, Glasgow to William Allan Macfarlane, Engineer, Alderwood, 27 Holmwood Road, Cathcart; James Colquhoun Macfarlane, Engineer, Braehead, Netherlee Road there; and Charles Berty Macfarlane, Company Secretary, 'Cartbank', there.

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Sources of Information

  1. Dundee Courier - Saturday 15 September 1900
  2. Belfast News-Letter - Monday 01 June 1908
  3. The Scotsman - Friday 21 November 1913