|Burial register ID:||11386|
|Cause of death:||Unknown|
|Date of death:||26-Jun-1909|
|Date of burial:||28-Jun-1909|
John Macfarlane was born at Bushmills, Antrim, Ireland about 1842. He emigrated to New Zealand before 1870; his first appointment in Otago as a school teacher was at Port Chalmers in 1870. He married Julia Lehane in Dunedin on 29th August 1871. They had seven children, six of whom were alive at the time of his death; four sons and two daughters.
John Macfarlane’s teaching appointments in New Zealand were: Port Chalmers 1870-1879; possibly Albany Street in 1879; North East Valley 1880-1886, 1892 and 1893 (he resigned on 28th December 1893 (Otago Witness)); and Waitahuna Gully 1890-1891. He was listed but not engaged as a school teacher from 1895-1900.
John Macfarlane died at Victoria Home, Test Street, Oamaru on 25th June 1909 aged 67 years, having suffered spinal degeneration for twelve years, and cystitis and uraemia for four days.
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|HAYES||AMELIA EMMA||51 Years||08-Feb-1880||10-Feb-1880|