The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Mrs. Carrie Macfarlane
Oswego Palladium-Times (Oswego, NY), 7 Jun 1939

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Mrs. Carrie Macfarlane

Word has been received in Oswego of the death Monday evening in Germantown, Pa., of Mrs. Carrie Macfarlane, widow of James D. Macfarlane, former resident of 88 West Fifth street, Oswego. Mrs. Macfarlane had been in failing healh for several years. Her husband was for many years prominently identified with the early business life of Oswego. He was associated with the late George Goble in the shipbuilding business under the firm name of Goble & Macfarlane, at the foot of West Second street, and was also connected with the Indurated Fibre company, located on the Varick canal. He was a brother of the late Dr. Carrington Macfarlane, prominent physician and surgeon of Oswego.

Surviving Mrs. Macfarlane is her daughter, Mrs. Norman Miller of Germantown, Pa., and a cousin, Mrs. Homan F. Halleck, Oswego.

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7 Jun 1939
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  • New York, United States
    Latitude: 43.4573690724333 Longitude: -76.516916512046
Richard Palmer
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Mrs. Carrie Macfarlane