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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

11 Oct 1884

IMPORTANT DISPLENISHING SALE OF CROP, HORSES. MILCH COWS, AND OTH CATTLE, FARM IMPLEMENTS, Ac., At CARBRANE, CUMBERNAULD, On FRIDAY. 31er OCTOBER THOMAS BINNIE beg* to intimate that i* instructed by Mr Allan Kirkwood, who is Retiring from Farming, Sell

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 Sep 1927

M’Furlane, Carbrane Farm, to failing to keep a record at his farm in which to enter the movement of the following animals between 28th June and 13th July:—2 pigs from Falkirk Market to Carbrane Farm, pigs from Falkirk to Carbrane, and 2 pigs from Carbrane to

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

26 May 1870

CUMBERNAULD. Notice of the Finlayson Family, and Blair's MS. Sermons.—By the removal of Mr William Finlayson, late of Carbrane, from the parish at this term, is witnessed the close of the connexion of a family with Cumbernauld, after continued residence

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

24 May 1947

second awards in their classes for Adair Adams, Wyndford. In the Baking Section, the Misses Agnes and Isabel Macfarlane, Carbrane, were the principal prizewinners, having no fewer than four firsts, four seconds and four thirds In addition, Miss Isabel

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

28 May 1870

CUMBERNAULD. Notice the Finlayson Family, and Blair's MS. Sermons. —By the removal of Mr William Finlayson, late of Carbrane, from the parish at this term, is witnessed the close of the connexion of a family with Cumbernauld, after a continued residence

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

26 Mar 1932

accidents occurred, a young man. William H. Arnott. engineer. Dixon Street. Coatbridge, being killed. Amott was ascending Carbrane Rr&e on a motor cycle, a companion being on the pillion, when he collided head-on with a Baby Austin car in which there were

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

16 May 1951

Annela Watt. Produce, etc. (Open).—Six Hen Eggs (White) —1, Isabel A. Macfarlane, Carbrane Farm, Cumbernauld; 2, Mrs Steel. Mid Forrest. Cumbernauld; 3, Jean Macfarlane, Carbrane Farm, Cumbernauld. Six Hen Eggs (Brown) —l. Jean Wacfarlane; 2, Mrs Steel; 3

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

22 Jan 1874

Westerwood; 2d, John Allan, do.; 3d, Matthew Kirkwood, Carbrane; 4tb, James Shaw, Carrickstone; stb, Alex. Main, Langlands; 6th, Wm. Scott, jun., Condorrat; 7th, Wm. Cewie, farm servant, Carbrane; commended, Thomas farm Smithatone. Junior Class. lst,

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

19 May 1951

Annela Watt. Produce, etc. (Open).—Six Hen Eggs (White) —1, Isabel A. Macfarlane, Carbrane Farm, Cumbernauld; 2, Mrs Steel, Mid Forrest. Cumbernauld; 3, Jean Macfarlane, Carbrane Farm, Cumbernauld, Six Hen Eggs (Brown) —l, Jean Macfarlane; 2. Mrs Steel; 3

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

22 May 1948

2, D. Reid & Sons. PRODUCE, etc. (Open)— Six hen eggs (white) —l, Hiss J. Muir, Milton of Campsie; 2, Isabel Macfarlane, Carbrane Farm. Cumbernauld Station; 3, John Harkins. Haronhill. Cumbernauld. Six hen eggs (brown) —l, Betty M’Lachian, Greenyards

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

21 May 1947

Miller & Son. Cross-bred Utility Hen—l, R. C. Miller & Son. PRODUCE. ETC. Six Hen Eggs (white) —1, Miss Isabel Macfarlane, Carbrane, Cumbernauld; 2, John Harkins. Six Hen Eggs (brown)—l, John Harkins; 2, Mrs Boyd, Bridgend, Casltecary; 3, Miss Elsie Renwick

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

21 Feb 1867

commence at Half-past Ten o'clock Forenoon. JOHN SMITH, Auctioneer. Kirkintilloch, I4th Feb., 1867. DISPLENISHING SALE, AT CARBRANE, PARISH OF CUMBERNAULD, On TUESDAY, 26 th FEBRUARY Current. J OHN SMITH has been favoured with instructions from Mr Finiayson

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

29 Mar 1922

MARRIAGES V 1;,.*: 'H’NLOJ*-- At MUncxOft Farnt, 22iiii inst., Rev. John nj. '“ken M'Karlaac, farmer, Carbrane, v, -' 1 -'' snrvivDHr donghter the late -'LliKrofl, and Mrs Dunlop,

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

1 Aug 1891

CUMBERS A ULD. U.P. Saddath School Trip.—The annual outing of the U.P. Sabbath School children look place on Saturday last to Carbrane’Farm (Mr Jackson »). The day was fiue, and the children enjoyed themselves thoroughly. A number of nice prizes were given

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

27 Jan 1922

thanks to their many friend's and neighbours for their kind expressions of sympathy and tributes in their rad b'-reave ment,— Carbrane, Cumbernauld Station. MR WALKER ar>;l Family desire to than all friends for their expressions of sym pathy and floral tributes

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

25 Mar 1880

side ; the third Peter Gray, West Forreat; the fourth William Allao, Leox emi.l; high y cummeu led. Mr Matthew Kirkwood, Carbrane. the oduaioo the day’s work Mr Cowie entertained tbe company aub•laotial dinner. Mr John Mscgrvgur, Brae foot, officiated

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

31 Mar 1922

MACT^I^NE-DUNLOP—AtMitaraoft Farm, New Mookland, on 2SJnd March, 1922, by Rev. John Ogilvie, John Aitken Macfarlane, farmer, Carbrane, to Janet Taylor, only surviving daughter the late John Dunlop, Milncrott, and Mr* Dunlop, Wester Blairtinn. DEATHS. MURDOCH

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

6 Jan 1886

CALVES PIGS, Ac., at Eleven o’clock Forenoon. THOMAS BINNIE. Auctioneer. SALE OF 45 STACKS OF GRAIN, 3 HORSES, AND 2 COWS, At CARBRANE. Os FRIDAY, Bth JANUARY. THOMAS beg* to intunmte that « instructed by Matthew Kirkwood to Sell by Public Auction, at Cahbkanic

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Falkirk Herald

Falkirk Herald Stirlingshire, Scotland

25 Sep 1937

sister, Miss Emma Heron, were returning to Greenside Farm .when the car they were in was involved in a smash. When descending Carbrane Brae Mr Heron failed to observe that a motor lorry had come to a stop on the roadway and crashed into the rear of it. Miss

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Kilsyth Chronicle

Kilsyth Chronicle Stirlingshire, Scotland

17 Feb 1922

DISPLENISHING SALE OF CATTLE, IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE. DAIRY UTENSILS. ETC., AT CARBRANE FARM CUMBERAULD STN Wm. Jackson, Esq., has favoured us with Instructions to Sell by Auction at above on FRIDAY 17th FEBRUARY. 1922, at 11.30 a.m., the following: 10

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