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Angus Macfarlane was the son of Donald Macfarlane (1813-1895) and Mary Smith (1824-1912) who lived latterly at 7, Am Baile Ard, Borve.
Angus worked as a carpenter on several ships including the "Laurel" in 1891 and the "Lord of the Isles" in 1911. He also worked as a shipwright in Govan shipyards until his retirement.
He and his wife Mary nee Macaulay (23 Valtos) lived at 203 Langlands Road and 11 Burndyke Street, Govan before moving to 54 Angus Oval, Cardonald, Glasgow G52 around 1932.
He was killed by a tram car while crossing Paisley Road west on 24 June, 1950 (aged 89).